17th July 2010 23:25
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Bosnian Valley of the Pyramids - Worlds Biggest Pyramids
I have been working on the excavations in Bosnia. My background is geology.
Now, a lot of the establishment science bodies such as the British Archaeological Society and the European Archaeology Society have played down the discovery by saying it is a hoax. Egyptologists have also helped with the disinformation as they do not want to lose any of their economy to Bosnia.
I spent the last month working on the Pyramids and I shall be returning soon.
The findings that have been made are nothing less than astounding and at the very least should prompt us to question how accurate our 'text-book' history really is.
I shall try give a brief outline of what has so far been discovered in Bosnia in several parts.
Questions and comments are welcomed and encouraged.
Bosnian Valley of the Pyramids
20km North West of Sarajevo around the small town of Visoko there are at least 4 Pyramids and several other Pyramidal structures, possibly as many as nine or even more.
The structures which have been confirmed with satellite, IR, geophys, excavations etc are;
The Pyramid of the Sun
The Pyramid of the Moon
The Pyramid of Love
The Pyramid of the Dragon
Temple of Mother Earth
& an underground Tunnel Network
Different materials and construction methods are used across the Valley though they all do have one thing in common - Concrete.
Currently we have not discovered the absolute date for when the pyramids were constructed, but we have several clues which I will discuss.
Briefly, the Pyramids are at least 16,000 years old but it is more likely we are actually dealing with something far older than that.
Pyramid of the Sun
The Pyramid of the Sun is conservatively at least 220m tall, making it 1/3rd taller than the Great Pyramid. The entire volume of the Sun Pyramid dwarfs the GP.
Exact measurements on the foundations have yet to be made to give us a conclusive height but it may be as high as 240m or even more.
I will stress that this Pyramid is monumentally huge.
Many people on the internet dismiss the Sun Pyramid as a hill and their primary reason for this is they say, because it is covered with trees and vegetation. Its interesting to point out that the local government had a drive to plant lots of trees upon the slopes of the 'hill' in the 80s.
Pedologists have studied the soil build up on the Sun pyramid and have concluded that there is at least 16,000 years worth of deposition. This does not give us the date of construction but rather, the date the Pyramids were left to nature.
Pyramid of the Moon at Teotihuacan, Mexico where it was photographed in 1858 prior to excavations
The pyramid of the Sun is built into the side of a natural hill formation.
You can see from the pic below, the Pyramid has a causeway leading up to it, 2/3rds of its height high.
The Sun is constructed with 5 layers of concrete covering the pyramid, each interspersed with a 15cm layer of clay. Under the concrete the the pyramid is constructed with sandstone blocks.
The image above shows how thick each layer of concrete is. That is a lot of concrete!!!
The clay between the concrete acts to cushion and allow small amounts of relative movement between the layers, protecting the structure from Earthquakes, subsidence, thermal expansion etc.
Here is the concrete closeup
The concrete is manufactured from material taken from a locally deposited post glacial conglomerate; Pebbles & cobbles of varying rock types and sandy quartz limestone.
Looking at the crystal grains within the material we can ascertain that during the manufacturing process the material was heated to above 500 degrees C. That takes knowledge and technological know how.
What is most interesting is that samples were sent to the University of Paris where a world leading materials professor tested the properties of the concrete. It is as much as 5 times stronger than any concrete we can make today and 5 times more resistant to water as well.
Energetically, this pyramid is in harmony with its surroundings as it is built from its surroundings.
The tunnels under the Pyramid complex cut through the local conglomerate, so the material removed in the creation of these tunnels would have been used for making the concrete.
It is important we look at the pyramid as a piece of technology, a device of sorts rather than a simple building/temple/burial chamber because then the relative energetic fields become an important factor.
Harry Oldfield who is famous for his development of photographing human energy fields visited the Bosnian Pyramids to use his photography techniques.
Here is a picture of a natural hill, you can see the energy fields are horizontal.
Here when the Pyramid of the Sun was photographed, you can see how different the natural energy fields are. They are almost vertical.
This photo identifies there is a clear interaction between naturally occurring Earth energy fields and the Pyramid.
Now, here is some cool info
At the top of the Pyramid is a beam of electromagnetic energy. This beam is resonating up to a frequency of 28Khz at intervals of 4.2khz. Im no physicist but the Physics professor made a point of saying that the readings he was taking were too specific to be a natural phenomena.
But what is most interesting about this beam is that a current can be drawn from it. At 1m above the top of the pyramid 30mV can be drawn. At 3m 4V can be drawn. Imagine what could be drawn at 10 or 100m? More testing is due to be carried out.
Simply though, we have free, clean, abundant energy waiting to be tapped, here in Bosnia.
Thats all for now.
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17th July 2010 23:42
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Re: Bosnian Valley of the Pyramids - Worlds Biggest Pyramids
Excellent work...keep it coming
18th July 2010 00:05
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