The Bosnian Pyramids: rewriting human history
Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun
Altered States & the DFW IONS hosts Bosnian archaeologist Dr. Semir "Sam" Osmanagich,
who discovered the first pyramids on the European continent in his home country of Bosnia in 2005. This amazing site includes 5 pyramids and an extensive network of pre-historic tunnels and chambers.
Radiocarbon dating has proved the Bosnian site is the oldest yet discovered on the planet.
Some mainstream scientists have tried to discredit his efforts, making his research a most controversial scientific project. Only a successful court case of 2010 cleared the way for renewed exploration of the Bosnian pyramids and in the process human history is now being rewritten.
The Bosnian Valley of the Pyramids has become the most active archaeological site in the world. Volunteers from around the world come each summer to help uncover the biggest pyramids on our planet. Dr. Sam declares, “This project is open to everyone, no elite scientists here”.
Dr. Semir Osmanagich
With a Ph.D in Mayan Studies and years of studying ancient pyramid sites around the world set the stage for Dr. Sam to offer this huge contribution to the world. His portfolio includes several books, and media specials and appearances on CNN, ABC, BBC, NatGeo, History Channel, and most European TV networks. Dr Sam is a Bosnia-born US citizen and resides in Houston Texas. His credentials include Anthropology Professor at the American University in Bosnia-Herzegovina and foreign member of distinguished Russian Academy of natural Sciences.
Please join us for this eye-opening lecture.
You will never think the same about human history again!
$20 per person or $30 for two (discount given at the door)
Money raised from this event will be donated to The Archaeological Park: Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun Foundation
Here is DFW IONS member Adele Good, in the mountains in Visoko, Bosnia with Dr. Sam Osmanagic - the scientist who discovered the pyramids in 2005. The HUGE Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun is behind her right shoulder - YES - it is massive! The complex covers many square miles and whose structure displays a mathematically significant, geometric placement.