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Who built Bosnia’s newly discovered pyramids? How were the pyramids’ underground tunnels filled in 5,000 years ago? Researcher Semir Osmanagich shares his intriguing findings from this notable archeological site.

New Book about the Bosnian Pyramids

Thursday, 30 January 2020 13:45 Published in News

Danish anthropologist Rie Jespersen is the author behind a new book about the Bosnian Pyramids, which is being published by the Danish publisher Lemuel Books on February 1, 2020.

The book is called ‘De Bosniske Pyramider’ (the Bosnian Pyramids) and it tells the whole story about what has been found in the Bosnian Valley of the Pyramids, the struggle for scientific recognition, the theories about the origin and purpose of the pyramids, and what we can learn from the pyramids and the drama they have created. The book also tells the fascinating story of some of the spiritual phenomena that are known to occur around the pyramids; the special energies, orbs, altered time perception, healing stones that appear to be somehow alive, as well as the positive effect of the pyramids on the spiritual abilities of the visitors. The book also contains an appendix with useful practical advice to pyramid travelers.

Rie Jespersen has visited the pyramids several times; firstly as tourist, then as volunteer, in 2014 as employee by the foundation assisting Timothy G. Moon in the coordination of the excavations, and latest in 2019 as guide for a group of Danish visitors. Along with her twin sister Julie Mariel, who is also an anthropologist and a former volunteer in the pyramid excavations, Rie Jespersen will continue to lead spiritual group journeys to the Bosnian Pyramids under the brand name Portal Journeys.

The Danish shaman and former engineer Marianne Lane, who has also visited the Bosnian Valley of the Pyramids with spiritual groups on multiple occasions, says about the book: “Valuable and strongly based book with elegant and easily read description of the Bosnian pyramids in all dimensions. Worth reading, both if you have never heard about them, if you are curious to know more about them, or if you want the overview.”

Spiritual author and speaker and former engineer Eskild Tjalve says: “Rie Jespersen has as volunteer participated in the excavations of the pyramids in Bosnia. With the openness, curiosity, and professional ability of a scientist to ask the right questions and reflect upon the answers, she describes her own journey into this mystery. This is done with great clarity, so that you as a reader will have the experience of having the best guide beside you at all times. This book uncovers mystery after mystery in a long chain of questions where every answer reveals new mysteries.”

The book is the first in Danish about the Bosnian Pyramids, and it can be purchased on www.riejespersen.dk, www.lemuelbooks.com, or www.saxo.com.

Author Rie Jespersen with a group of visitors at Ginje mound with a view of the Bosnian Valley of the Pyramids in 2019. Photo credits: Morten S. Dahl, DK.


Author Rie Jespersen examining a dry wall in the Ravne 1 complex during her time as volunteer with the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun Foundation in 2013. Photo credits: Timothy G. Moon, NZ.


Author Rie Jespersen at work in the Ravne 1 tunnels during her time as foundation employee in 2014.


Author Rie Jespersen and pyramid discoverer Dr. Sam Semir Osmanagich at their first meeting in 2012. Photo credits: Julie Mariel, DK.


Author Rie Jespersen at her first visit to the Bosnian Pyramid of the Moon in 2012.


Author Rie Jespersen showing the large sandstone blocks at tumulus Vratnica to a group of visitors from Denmark in 2019. Photo credits: Morten S. Dahl, DK.


The Bosnian Pyramids: One of the Greatest Finds Ever?

Wednesday, 29 January 2020 07:42 Published in News

In 2020, as we begin a new decade, Dr Sam Osmanagich and The Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun Foundation is celebrating its 15 th year since multidisciplinary investigations of the Bosnian Pyramids began. This year’s upcoming summer excavation season promises to be the most active yet, with active archaeological excavations taking place across the pyramid valley, both above and below ground on the Bosnian Pyramids of the Sun and Moon, Vratnica Tumulus, Ravne Tunnels, Ravne3 Tunnels and the newly discovered Ravne4 Tunnels.

In 2005, Bosnian born anthropologist Dr Sam Osmanagich announced to the world’s media his discovery, that a group of hills in the vicinity of Visoko, a small town in central Bosnia, were not hills at all but were in fact buried and forgotten Pyramids of both monumental size and extreme age. The Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun, the largest of the Bosnian Pyramids, is estimated to be at least 300m (900ft) tall. The Bosnian Pyramid of the Moon, though smaller at 190m (600ft) tall, is still over 50m (150ft) taller than the Great Pyramid of Giza .

The response to his announcement was mixed, with equal amounts of excitement from those enthusiastic to esoteric ideas regarding the world’s ancient pyramids. But there was skepticism from many, including the local Bosnian population, and despite lack of any proper scientific investigation on their part, outright condemnation from academic circles intent on maintaining a crumbling paradigm.

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Video clip from Visit to Bosnian Valley of the Pyramids 2014

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