posted on Aug, 29 2013 @ 03:23 AM
I've posted on this topic before, but here it goes again.
This is not a pyramid. Osmanagic is cleverly excavating the ruins on that site in an attempt to fool others into believing his pyramid hypothesis.
I personally know a number of people that grew up in Visoko and have been back a number of times over the years, every single one of them thinks the
idea of the pyramid is hilarious. Its known that the hills were used by past civilisations in various ways, but there were never pyramids.
The Balkans has an extremely rich history, and as the location is a major intersection between East and West it has been populated for many thousands
of years. As a result there are vast complexes, underground tunnels, fortresses and the like scattered across the peninsula.
A good example is at Petrovaradin in Serbia. While the current fortress is a few hundred years old, excavations have shown that the area has been
constantly occupied for the last 15,000-20,000 years. There are fortifications on site that are 5,000 years old. Following that were Roman
fortifications, and after that a monastery. There are many kilometres of tunnels in and around the area.
This also shows the turbulence of the region throughout known history. It hasnt had the kind of stability required to support a civilisation with the
strength and stability to put in the monumental effort required to build pyramids. There have always been wars and invaders from all sides; even the
slavs only arrived in the last 1500 years or so and it has been a period of virtually constant fighting (the slavs, of course, conquering the previous
You can expect to find the ruins of fortifications and tunnels throughout strategically important areas of the Balkans. But no pyramids.
on 29-8-2013 by zvezdar because: (no reason given)