Originally posted by rickymouse
reply to post by Hanslune
So it's nice to meet someone who has been there personally as you have. I know you must have been there and seen them yourself to make such a
strong statement. I have met three people that have been there and all them know they were some sort of pyramid from looking at them with their own
eyes, but they must be disillusioned I guess. I am going to go there someday, to an area where it is cheap to vacation and the people are friendly to
see for myself, beats going to that certified real pyramid with their expensive restaurants and motels. I guess I'm just thrifty with my money.
No I haven't been there, I know how to read, I would suggest it
You will find this reading list at the summary of the Bosnian debacle at Wiki
1.^ a b c Colin Woodard, December 2009, "The Pyramid Man", Smithsonian 40:9
2.^ Pyramid No More, Sub Rosa, Issue 6, Oct 2006.
3.^ a b The great Bosnian pyramid scheme by Anthony Harding, British Archaeology November/December 2006
4.^ John Bohannon, Mad About Pyramids, Science Magazine, 22 September 2006.
5.^ Declaration from the European Association of Archaeologists, 11 Dec 2006
6.^ Australian in Bosnia pyramid riddle, Sydney Morning Herald, 20 January 2006
7.^ a b Mark Rose, Bosnian "Pyramids" Update, Archaeology Magazine Online, 14 June 2006
8.^ Osmanagic: Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun Candidate for “Mother” of all Pyramids, FENA News, 20 April 2005
9.^ a b Osmanagić, Semir (July 2006). "Energijsko središče sveta? [The energy center of the world]" (in Slovenian). Misteriji. pp. 5. Archived
from the original on 2009-05-08. Retrieved 2009-11-20. "Mi razbijamo negativni energijski oblak. To mora biti narejeno pred letom 2012, da bi lahko
sprejeli zgodovinski vpliv vesoljne energije iz koz- mičnega centra naše galaksi- je."
10.^ 5-year Plan of Research on Visoko’s Visocica 1 Jan 2006 – 31 Dec 2010, Archaeological Park: Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun Foundation. Accessed
13 July 2006.
11.^ Major victory in bid to uncover potential remains of a lost civilisation, Balkans Business News, 19 January 2012
12.^ Nick Hawton, Indiana Jones of the Balkans and the mystery of a hidden pyramid, Times Online, 15 April 2006
13.^ Rose, Mark. "The Bosnia-Atlantis Connection". Archaeology Magazine Online. URL accessed 2006-04-29.
14.^ Lucian Harris, Amateur to dig on site of medieval capital in search of Bosnia's own Valley of the Kings, The Art Newspaper, 15 April 2006
15.^ Archaeologists find medieval artefacts on Mt. Visocica, disparage pyramid seeker
16.^ Anthony Harding, Bosnia's rich heritage, Times Online, 25 April 2006
17.^ "Vrabac: Visočica je prirodna geološka tvorevina" (in Bosnian). FEMA News Agency. 2006-05-08.
18.^ a b Sejfudin Vrabac et al. (2006-04-17). "Izvještaj o geološkim istraživanjima Visočice kod Visokog" (in Bosnian). Mining, Geology and Civil
Engineering Faculty of University of Tuzla.
19.^ Bosnian 'pyramid' created by nature, say European experts, Yahoo! AFP, June 9, 2006.
20.^ Letter to Archaeology Magazine (PDF)
21.^ Aida Cerkez-Robinson British Expert Nixes Bosnia Pyramid Claim, ABC News
22.^ At last, Dr. Barakat’s report, 8 May 2006
23.^ The Bosnian Pyramid Phenomenon, The New Archaeology Review vol 1.8, pp 16-17, September 2006
24.^ Articles by Dr. Schoch & Dr. Dowell
25.^ "Dr. Swelim: Bosnian Pyramid Of The Sun Is The World’S Largest". July 2007. Retrieved 19 March 2011.
26.^ Swelim, Nabil (2007-09-17). "The pyramid hills". Archeology. Retrieved 2011-04-11.
27.^ Swelim, Nabil Mohamed Abdel. "VISOCICA ON THE BALANCE". Retrieved 19 March 2011.
We are going off the topic of this thread. If you want to debate this resurrect an old Bosnian pyramid thread or create another, thanks
27/2/12 by Hanslune because: (no reason given)