posted on Oct, 15 2012 @ 11:50 PM
Originally posted by On7a7higher7plane
It doesn't look remotely natural aside from the trees. I've seen a lot of mountains and none looked like this.
Ask geologist what they think, they have investigated the hill and found it to be.... a hill why do you deny their opinions?
Bosnia would be an appropriate place for prehistoric man to have civilized. Outside of western culture most people agree that humans created
civilizations multiple times and civilization post 6,000 BC was only a remnant of what once was.
Its a nice theory but it falls apart based on the lack of evidence for such 'cycles' and is further damaged by the evidence against it
Where is the culture that Osmie thinks built these pyramids, absolutely no doubts about the cultures in Meso-America, South America, AE and Sumeria
they are there and easy to find - but other than some hunter-gather groups, there is no city at that location in Bosnia- how do you explain that?
Surely there is more evidence below the surface?
Well that's the problem for the hills - there is isn't anything to point to their builders. I have noted before, for the volume of these hills where
did the materials come from - can you point to the quarries?
Again these quarries are easy to find in AE and Meso-America
One would wonder where the habitations are, the briquetage, and other commonly found relics of large cultures or civilizations - why are they lacking
If you follow the evidence you get hills, if you go on pure 'belief' and deny the known evidence you get 'pyramids'
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Hanslune because: (no reason given)