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so do not reference the pyramids of Giza or the pyramids of the hungarian empire. These are ESTABLISHED and KNOWN in the world of arachaeology.
Originally posted by Sentinel412
And... Hungarian Runes (Ours is the only nation which is still using these runes and we were the only ones whose ever used them.).
Then compare with the Pyramid runes...
No real comment on the rest of your posts at the moment, but that bit stuck out like a sore thumb and does damage the credibility of the rest of the comments you are making. Any links to actual inscriptions from the pyramids?
The map you linked to says 453 AD.
Originally posted by Sentinel412
Map of the Hungarian Empire 453 BC (It was called as Hunnic Empire).
Map of the Hungarian Empire in the 17th century.
....But here in Hungary we have nice maps about our empire prior 453BC too.
Got anything to refute professor John Parker, who I quoted on page 2 who has actually been to the site and seen the evidence in person and says it's a natural formation?
"Clearly there are voids or something similar in the rock, but that is a long way from saying these are man-made," said Anthony Harding, president of the European Association of Archaeologists. In relation to how old Osmanagic claims the pyramids are Harding states: "Europe was in the late Upper Paleolithic at this point and no one was building anything except flimsy huts."
"I was informed of that article when it was first posted; a person who works for Semir and the Foundation translated it and sent it to me. The people who work for Semir and the Foundation know Semir was wrong to write that about us; I have emails from them, Semir has lost their respect.
I am not a Dr. of Parapsychology, the whole article he wrote is full of deception, the kind that I was trying to point out in the information I sent to Greg Taylor (Ph.D.) about what was going on in Bosnia. The article Semir wrote was conspired and mal-intended. What I wrote about what Dr. Schoch and I were experiencing in Bosnia was written with good intentions to inform you folks on what was going on in Bosnia and what we were learning and experiencing. As you can read in my reports, it was very disturbing; Semir has just proven my point.
I did not speak that Bosnia was a backward Country or Nation. I spoke about Bosnia and Bosnians as being lovely people. This is Semir’s way of manipulating people’s minds, it is called propaganda."
"Ignoring the public outcries by the Bosnian-Herzegovinian geologists, archaeologists
and historians, Mr. Osmanagic started excavating in the area in the fall of 2005 and
continued in the spring of 2006. His activities raise great concerns about the survival of
existing cultural and historical heritage in the area...
Also, there are indications of deliberate supression of those archaeological finds that do
not fit the theories of Mr. Osmanagic and his team...
Mr. Osmanagic has no credentials in archaeology. His work, in fact, carries all the
hallmarks of pseudoarchaeology, as recently defined in some detail.16 Many features of
his project make this conclusion clear: Osmanagic reached his conclusions about the
existence of alleged pyramids before investigative work was carried out, to the point of
even naming the supposed pyramids; the work was undertaken to prove Mr. Osmanagic's
conclusions, not to test them (he says, on his own webpage: "I am working intensively on
proving the improvable"); extreme, history-altering claims are being promoted on the
basis of flimsy or non-existent "evidence"; countervailing evidence is suppressed; Mr.
Osmanagic runs a slick PR exercise and communicates his "results" directly to the press
rather than through genuine, scientific channels; critics of Mr. Osmanagic's enterprise are
met with political sloganeering rather than reasoned argument; Mr. Osmanagic is guided
by a powerful nationalist ideology, which distorts and corrupts his efforts (he says:
"Bosnia is a source of civilization of Europe and that is a reason enough that Bosnians should be proud of their heritage"); several archaeologists are claimed to support the
project, when they are either not involved or actively oppose Mr. Osmanagic's destructive
efforts (e.g., Prof. Bruce Hitchner of Tufts University, USA; a signatory to this letter); the
whole enterprise is being run as a money-making exercise rather than a scientific
investigation; the academic credentials of many supporters are proudly proclaimed, when
those credentials have nothing to do with archaeology.
We could go on. Let there be no doubt: Mr. Osmanagic is conducting a
pseudoarchaeological project that, disgracefully, threatens to destroy parts of Bosnia's
Drs. Taylor, Schoch, and Dowell are all in agreement that the samples collected from the site itself do not indicate man-made structures. Oh yes...and it gets better. Regarding the "inscriptions" in Osmanagic's tunnels.
"Also, the inscriptions, the letter E on the famous rock that as found in the tunnels. Well, sorry to tell you this, but those inscriptions were not in the tunnels on that rock initially, I spoke many times with the geologist who first entered those tunnels and found the rock and was in the tunnel many times – those inscriptions were never there, then one morning they just showed up. Now there are more."
"Semir presents slides of touched up photos of the stone showing an arrow, where we found a thing that looked like an M. Our photographs clearly depict the image, and I am preparing the graphics now to show how Semir's photographs that he presents to the public are very mis-leading and deceptive. THEY ARE HOAXED. His father just wrote an article now as well on August 14th, 2006 about the inscriptions and posted it on their Bosnian speaking site -- piramidasunca --no kidding. His father has added symbols to the stone now that were not even on it when we were there."
"The supposed pyramid, Dr. Hawass says, is "evidently a natural geologic formation" and that "Apart from its general outline, this hill bears absolutely no resemblance to the Egyptian pyramids." He concludes that, "Mr. Osmanic's theories are purely hallucinations on his part, with no scientific backing."
"Others fear that Osmanagic's excavations will damage real sites (the hill he calls the "Pyramid of the Sun" is said to have medieval, Roman, and Illyrian remains on it). In one of the few critical accounts of the Bosnian pyramid story, which appeared in the Art Newspaper, the University of Sarejevo's Enver Imamovic, a former director of the National Museum in Sarjevo, is quoted as saying, "This is the equivalent of letting me, an archaeologist, perform surgery in hospitals."
There is public outcry within Bosnia, and an online petition that seeks to shut down Osmanagic's project. But he apparently has backers within the federal government and the Sarejevo city government. Whether he is allowed to continue or not is unresolved for now, and his website makes no mention of any controversy. And even when the mainstream media catch up and realize that the "Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun" is no such thing, it will have entered the annals of fantastic archaeology and will have a multitude of believers and defenders."
Your reasoning and logic are garbage and no one supports him. The people of Bosnia are outraged, the archaeological community is outraged, I'm outraged, and so is everyone else.
Originally posted by searchforknowledge
Discredited by who as a Hoax?
And on what proof thats ist a hoax?