Fondacija “Arheološki park: Bosanska piramida Sunca, Archaeological Park: Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun Foundation

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In spite of the variable weather, the month of May 2017, became the month with the biggest number of the visits to the Bosnian Valley of the Pyramids, in the last couple of years. The numerous excursions and organized groups came from India, Germany, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Slovenia, Croatia, Serbia, Switzerland, Austria and other countries, to visit the Bosnian Pyramid of The Sun, the Underground Labyrinth Ravne and the Park “Ravne 2”. Also, there are the individual visits of the Bosnian Diaspora and the visitors which are going into the tunnels for the medicinal energy of the pyramids.

The guests are finishing the visit to Visoko by going to the beautiful Park “Rave 2 “, which fills up the energy of all visitors. The access, parking and the use of the installations in the park are free. The team of the “Archaeological Park: Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun” Foundation flawlessly maintains the park applying the highest global standards.

The kindest and experienced guides, the Bosnian Pyramids and all the efforts of the Foundation are the magnets for the guests, which will return to Visoko in the years ahead.

Saturday, 27 May 2017 08:19

In May, the kid’s playground in Park “Ravne 2” is completed and the board with the basic information about the donor and the installation is placed. 

The long-term associate of the “Archaeological Park: Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun” Foundation and the member of the International Advisory Board of the Foundation, Dr. Salah Al-Rashed from Kuwait has donated the funds through the company Salam International, which mounted the tower and the swing for the children 3-12 of age. The contractor, which works in accordance with the Safety Standards of the European Union, is the Company “Istracom” from Sanski Most.

The playground is already in use and many youngsters have been spending eventful time on the “Three Pirates” tower and the “Maja” swings, with the attentive looks of their parents or the school teachers. 

Saturday, 27 May 2017 08:17

In mid-May 2017, the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun was visited by Indian spiritual teacher Mohanji together with 110 followers from Serbia, Slovenia, Bulgaria, Croatia, Bosnia-Herzegovina and other European countries. For two days they explored the archaeological sites in Visoko.

Together with the Guide Service Coordinator, Ajdin Ahmetspahić, they visited the north side of the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun and Tunnels Ravne where, after the visit, they decided upon a two-hour meditation in the healing chambers of this ancient complex.

They spent a fair share of the time in the “Archaeological-Touristic Park Ravne 2”. Over there, after seeing the entire park, they decided to stay on the third platform for yoga and relaxation, or more exact, “HUESA platform”.

There, they met Dr. Osmanagich who found time for a good friend and his group, and later on, they were joined by Grand Master Patriji at the entrance to the tunnels. This was an interesting meeting of the three experts in their fields.

This is the third year in a row that Mohanji together with his followers and families from Serbia decides to visit Visoko and according to his words, he is planning to keep coming back, because for him this is the place with a special energy and perfect conditions for meditation.

The others from the groups coming from the neighbouring countries were also amazed at what they saw and what they have experienced, announcing the more numerous following visits.

Tuesday, 23 May 2017 06:38

In Visoko, from May 13 to May 20, 2017, there was a Conference held: “The Healing Energy of the Bosnian Pyramids – Conference and a Tour” organized by the Indian Non-Profit Association PSSM (Pyramid Spiritual Science Movement).

The leader of the organization is the prominent spiritual teacher Grand Master Brahmarshi Patriji, the front man in the Indian pyramid construction, where his inspiration and leadership raised several hundreds of large pyramids, especially in the south of India (Hyderabad, Bangalore, etc.). Inside these pyramids thousands of people come to meditate. Besides these, in the smaller places in India, there are several thousand smaller pyramids, which make India the country with the most modern pyramids in the world.

For Patriji, this was the first visit to the Bosnian Pyramids. On the International Airport in Sarajevo, he was given a warm welcome by the delegation of the “Archaeological Park: Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun” Foundation with Dr. Osmanagich in the lead.

At the conference and the tour, there were 128 guest participants from India and other twenty countries from Europe, Asia, Australia and USA. During the one-week Conference, the presenters from India, Bosnia-Herzegovina, New Zealand, Croatia and Singapore spoke about the various aspects of the pyramid's energy.

The Foundation’s team took guests at the locations where the archaeological and scientific recordings were done in the last twelve years, among which are the probes on the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun, Bosnian Pyramid of the Moon, tumulus in Vratnica, prehistorical Underground Labyrinth Ravne and Park “Ravne 2”.

Although in Visoko there is no hotel which could accommodate 130 guests at the same time, this number was divided into several tourist accommodation capacities in Visoko (Hotel “Pyramid of the Sun”, the Franciscan monastery, Motel “Luxor” and Hotel “Centar”). For the transportation of the guest we employed three buses of the Visoko’s “Centrotrans” Bus Company, and for the diet, we used the products of the local traders, fruit, vegetable and cereals. The group was entirely vegetarian.

Impressed by the hospitality and extraordinary organization of the entire Foundation’s team of thirty members, the Indian guests decided that their visit to Visoko and the Bosnian Pyramids becomes traditional and that each May, here, there is a conference held for the members from all over the world.

Upon his departure, Patiji said:

 “Until now, we went every year to the Egyptian Pyramids. However, those pyramids are energetically dead. The Bosnian Pyramids are untouched and energetically alive. All people, which come here, are opened with a smile on the face. As of today, Visoko is our Hub for the Europe.”

Tuesday, 23 May 2017 06:35

Pyramid researcher Sam Osmanagich, Ph.D. has sent the message to Tibetans and Chinese while doing Kailash Kora around holly pyramidal mountain Kailash in Tibet.

Monday, 22 May 2017 07:00


Written by: Dr. Sam Osmanagich

Kailash, Western Tibet, China

May 2017.

For seven days I had to stay in Tibet for the acclimatisation period and preparation of the tour around the Pyramid Mountain Kailash. 

Kailash is a Hindu traditional name and it means “the eternal snow gemstone”. In many Eastern religions, Kailash is “the most sacred place on the Planet”, “centre of the world”, “stairway to heaven”. Some sources talk about the mysterious town beneath Kailash, Shambala, where “the perfect people live”. Kailash is surrounded by four rivers: Indus, Sutlej, Brahmaputra and Karnali. Kailash is located at the heart of six mountain chains, symbolising the lotus flower.

Kailash is a Holy Mountain for all four religions: Hindu, Buddhism, Jainism and Bompo. Hindu teaches that the Shiva is a God, the victor over the evil and sadness, who resides on the top of Kailash in the state of perpetual meditation together with a woman called Parvati. For Buddhists, this is the home for the Buddha Demshok, who represents the divine light. According to them, this is the place where the Buddhism inherited Bonpo, as the former Tibetan religion. For the Jainism, this is the home of the first Jain, Tirthankar Rishabhadey, who has freed the reincarnation cycle of repeated births.

Indeed, Kailahs has great religious and cultural influence for the Tibetans, Hindu, Buddhists, from India to Japan, for the western and Chinese visitors. The begging of May is still too cold for the Indians, therefore, the most of the visitors are Russian and Eastern Europe nations (Belarus, Ukraine, Moldova, Bulgaria).

The start on the Kailash Cora from the base camp in Darchen is on 4678 meters of altitude. The hike is 52 kilometres long and usually, it’s done in three days.

Kailash is 6714 meters tall and it’s believed that no one ever climbed to the top of this mountain. However, some people got the special permits to climb to the top, but because of the international pressure, they didn’t dare to attempt it. The members of all the religions mentioned above think that the climbing would be considered as the desecration and certain death for the climbers. On the other hand, Kailash Cora is the act of respect for the natural pyramid and the sign of good fortune. For many people, this is the chance to be released of the sins, or to earn the merit, and to get the own divine spirituality.

Cora is usually done walking in the clockwise direction.


On that day, May 7, 2017, I woke up early in my room at the Darchen motel. Under two quilts and two blankets, with severe minuses, the cap on my head and three layers of clothes, I added three jackets, the mountain boots and I left the room with the backpack on my back. These several days I hardly slept, I have the problem with the diet, exhaustion of the high altitude and the lack of oxygen, without having any preparations for the adventure, all these are the featuring elements. In the other hand, I know that everything is the strong will and victory of the spirit over the body.

I get out. Boris, the medical doctor from Bulgaria and Tsenko, the Bulgarian pilot, are the members of this, a little bit staggered trio of the fifty-years old guys. We have Jang the guide with us.

The van left us at the beginning of the trail for the Kailash tour. Jang and the driver spread up the colorful flags with the prayers, and leave them in the valley together with the other hundreds of hanging flags with the messages, mantra’s, and Buddhist prayers for the good fortune.

The thin and cold morning air and the 12 degrees below zero, but in the sky there are no clouds, breeze, so we were fortunate with the weather. I came to the first mortar, a small Indian temple, decorated with the flags, feathers and animal bones. I went around three times around the mortar, I stepped inside, I bow, and with the arms crossed I send the thought to Kailas to regard our venture in goodwill and as the sign of respect.

On my leaving from the mortar, I stopped, closed my eyes again and send the message:


“I am nobody. Only a grain of dust in the infinite universe. I call upon the mighty energy of the pyramid, the oldest constructed pyramid in the world the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun, the Mother of all Pyramids and the oldest shaped pyramidal mountain Kailas, the Father of all pyramidal mountains, to bring Tibet back to Tibetans, to influence the Chinese which are travelling around the world to realize the truth about the events in Tibet six decades ago, that many Chinese which converted to Buddhism are slowly pressuring the Chinese Government to release the attitude towards Tibet. I call upon all Tibetans to combine the modern technology with the ancient spirituality, and so the new generations return to Tibet and continue to protect Tibet and respect the nature.

I am no one, just a dust particle in the infinite universe. “


I was hiking fully geared up, with walking poles, cap and two hoods over it and my face completely covered for the protection from the cold and sun. Today, the road was mostly on flat ground, with a few hills and easy downhills. As the time goes by it became warmer. Already after one hour, I was wet from sweat, but I didn’t unzip. And that will remain the same until the end of the first day of Cora.

On our way, we skip the pilgrims touring around Kailash whose journey lasts for three weeks. They make two steps forward raising the arms over the head, dropping them down to the forehead, and then the chest. They fall on their knees and with the help the arms lowering their entire body to the ground, saying the mantra. I stopped for the moment and did the same as they did. The frozen ground and stone. One time to get down and rise up is a good exercise. To do it all day long is exhausting, physically and mentally. To do it for 21 days is a miracle. Nothing else but appreciation I hold for these people. I met several of them on that day.

We were making a break every hour. While walking we watched Kailash under the everlasting snow. At first, its south-west looked at us and slowly his wide west side opened up.

Kailash is called the pyramid. According to my criteria, Kailash isn’t the pyramid. It doesn’t have four regular triangular sides. It doesn’t have the artificial construction material. But, Kailash has four distinctive sides properly oriented. They aren’t triangular, but in the strange curved rectangular shape narrowed at the top. Its location in the space, surrounded by the other pyramidal mountain tops tells something about organised activities on processing and arranging. Taking the size into consideration, that certainly isn’t something inside the human limits. 

Sometimes I was in the lead, sometimes Boris, and then Jang joined me. After a couple of hours of the hike, I started thinking about the extra weight I had with me. In the flask, I had the combination of the water and tea, so I drink it to lower the load. However, I thought, I kept the liquid inside myself, therefore I haven’t decreased any weight, and so only the bottle was eased. The walking poles became excessive. I pass them to Jung who was happy to use the. I rubbed off the two toes on my left foot. Each step is becoming a little bit painful.

But, we keep further on with the same pace. A beautiful day and Tibet opened itself in its beauty. We pass the fast streams fed by the melted snow.

There was a herd of nine yaks. These strong Tibetan bulls were always helpful to the local community. Nothing can stop them, not the lower temperatures or the snow or the heavy cargo. In Tibetan restaurants, the yak meat is the main special dish. If you pass by near them, they get scared easily and react to every move.

We made two breaks. In the improvised tents, opened from May, the tea is served, they have water, and you can heat up and rest. In one of these tents, we met a smaller Russian group. In Darchen these days the Russian language is mostly you can hear.

At the second rest, Tibetans joined the forces and raised another tent next to the existing one. The spikes are hammered into the ground, the tent swing opened, and they were putting it on the tubes. All men.

I had a tea, then another one, and then we took some photos and loosened up since it’s much warmer.

Later, we moved on. Since this is my first time, I didn’t have the clear vision where I’m going, how long it will last, or when will we arrive. I knew the numbers: 18 km and about six hours.

We came around Kailash and from its west side, we came to its north-west edge.

“After this turn, we’ll reach our destination for today.”

It wasn’t exactly “after this turn”, but after another one, however, after six and half hours of walking, we came to the today's destination, Daraphuk, within 4800 meters of the altitude. A big tent, the wood-stove in the middle, with the beds serving as the benches over the day and in the night, for sleeping for the host members, but also for the guides or anybody who needs to sleep. Boris, Tsenko and I, have got the room number 13. From far away, it looks like a small pavilion with five rooms each. Inside, the rooms were very simple, with five beds next to each other. It’s difficult to say when the last time the bed cloth is washed. I took a blanket from another bed and put it on mine.

The heating, in the European sense of the word, is something that doesn’t exist in western Tibet. If you hold a restaurant or an inn, you’ll find the bed is next to the stove. The same thing is in the private homes. The floor is the soil or concrete. The furniture is old and the hygiene condition is poor, on the 18th-century level.

But the people are very dear. On the smile, they always return the smile. If you speak to them in English they reply in Tibetan. They are especially amazed by our white, European faces.

I asked Jang to make the video. I was standing in the foothill of the north-west edge of the Kailash and I did two five-minute reports. The one I did in our language, and the other in English. In my reports, I spoke about my telepathic message I sent to the energies of the pyramids in Bosnia and on Kailash, and my desire that the economically and technologically mightier China steps forward and help Tibetans by softening the approach: To Tibetans I sent the wish to combine the 21st century standard and the millennium spirituality and to keep on living in harmony with the Planet as they did all this time.

Jang was listening, approving what he heard, but he asked me not to mention him or Tensin, the other guide because they might have problems.

Then I realise that could have problems as well. Even if China isn’t the same country as it was 20 years ago, or even ten years ago, it’s better to be reasoned.

All alone, I turned to the north-west edge of Kailash, and with my eyes closed, I asked if it heard my message.



“The message is received. The action by a lot of people is needed. It’s necessary to raise the awareness.”


Our evening out was under the tent in the restaurant. I ordered scrambled eggs with tomatoes and this time without the beverage. Usually, they serve the salted tea and sweet tomato. It’s necessary to say how you wish that the food and the beverage are being prepared.

We also order the breakfast for tomorrow at six o’clock. I wanted two hard boiled eggs and a tomato.

The night was falling. As soon as you got to the room it meant you run under the blankets, dressed up of course. I was writing for a little bit, I laid down my computer and tried to fall asleep. Boris is on my right side, breathing heavily, coughing. I couldn’t hear Tsenko.

This night wasn’t the exception, too. The organism was fighting to take oxygen and it woke me up at three in the morning. Another night in which I didn’t sleep.

At five o’clock Boris and Tsenko woke up, walking in the room, packing, taking in and out the things in the backpack. They went to the restaurant which was closed. They are impatient.

“Well, they told us last night, they open up at six.”

I use a half an hour more and then I also got up just before six o’clock. Three pair of socks (and still my feet were cold yesterday), six layers of shirts and jackets, underwear and warm trousers. I put on my cap and leave the room. It was pitch dark. We came to the restaurant and they opened exactly at six. Jang was sleeping under the tent and he woke up with the messy hair.

Today is the “D-day”, I said to Boris. It was the day of the disembarkation of the Allies in Normandie 73 years ago. For a long time, it was unknown where and when but was known that it will definitely happen.

In my case, I knew this day would come. It is the second day of the Cora, the most difficult and exhausting one when the body, mind and soul are tested.

We started at seven o’clock. It’s still dark. We follow the flashlight on the frozen land and pebble. And then, as on purpose, the ascent started. It’s cold, the air was cutting, but we needed to inhale it even more because of the climb.

The other day Wolfgang told me:

“First, you will have to ascend than it will be flat, after are another ascent and a plateau, later on, is the third highest ascent and reaching the saddle Drolma La on the 5630 meters of the altitude. Later are the descent and a long plateau.”

So I arranged the images in my head. We are heading for the first ascent after which we’ll rest our bodies walking on the flat. Step by step, the feet looked for the most favourable place to step on, not to slip. If you hit the stone with the mountain boot, it’s pretty disturbing.

There are a few Russians with us. We are walking, resting, passing each other and so on. As long as you are resting, it’s harder to get up and continue. Therefore, I held my breaks at the minimum.

There was one girl going downhill accompanied by the guide. I was immediately thinking: “She gave up”.

She passed next to me. She was tall, maybe in her thirties, as if she was hiding the eyes. They were light eyes. Most probably, she started with the group around five o’clock to give up after an hour or two. I feel sorry for her. But, the problem is that this has the negative impact on everyone else. Immediately, the idea runs through your head to return and leave Cora for someone else. 

Nevertheless, the theory of the lesser resistance doesn’t apply to me today.

It was after only fifteen minutes when we saw another Russian woman going back with the guide. Apparently, it was a larger group, 10-15 people, since they had the luxury to hire two guides. But, it means the group was left without a guide and it is up to their leader who brought them to Tibet.

So, there was a movie inside the head, guessing. During this time, almost automatically, the eyes and the feet are in harmony. They seek for the best place to step forward. Climbing up I thought about when the first ascent will finish.

These two Russians have a demotivating effect. I have to find my motivation to continue climbing.

At the next moment, we met two Tibetan pilgrims. On that hill, on the stone and frozen ground, they lowered the bodies every couple of seconds and conquer the new meters of the Kailash Cora. In my head, I was ashamed of my earlier thoughts. I greet the pilgrims and smile. I continue.

At last, we ascended the first elevation top. The path that followed wasn’t exactly flat, but it’s significantly less steep. Today, of course, for the first half of the day we will climb because we have to reach 1000 meters of the height.

“I prayed for days that there is no wind”, Tsenko said.

“And I hoped there will be no snow. We were both lucky”, I responded.


The second ascent was on. I don’t know which one is longer, the first or the second. Do they ever end, I asked myself.

While I walk around Kailash, I realised how insignificant are the everyday worries we have. How many people are overburdened with meaningless things which only hurt?

“The mirror”, Tsenko yells. The Kailash was reflecting on the mountain across the way.

“This is the place where, according to some people, the distortion of the time and space takes place. People here can have hallucinations”, Tsenko knows every detail.

I turned slowly, looked, smiled to Tsenko and then I continue. Every additional move was done with great effort.


I read that on the second day of Cora an interesting phenomenon happens. The nails grow as 14 days have passed, and you get older quicker.

I will look at my nails at the end of the day.


The intense walk in the second valley.

“Can you see that passage? This is the start of the ascent to the Drolma La. That is going to be a bit harder.” Jang said.

“A little bit harder”, I was thinking to myself. So, this was only a warm-up.

Two hundred meters in front of us was a group having a break.

“This Russian group has started this morning at 5:30 AM. And we already caught up with them. We have a good pace”, Jang was satisfied.

I agree with him. We had a good pace, taking short breaks. Even if it seems that our steps were slow and short, apparently we were quicker than this younger group.

When we reached the foothill of the Drolma La saddle, I realised why they speak about it with such awe. The passage was snowy and very steep. The elevation is greater than the Nubian pyramid of 70 degrees.

But, it’s power replenishing to know for a fact, that you’ve overpassed a group which started the hike much earlier than us. After a short break on the rocks which had the Buddhist messages, we took off. Relatively fast we caught up with a group which was ahead of us. The ascent was becoming steeper and the steps shorter. I took a look at my footprints, and when I walk it doesn’t seem that I’m progressing much. Almost as if you’re placing the foot to the foot.

As a little boy, I played with the long forgotten games “klis” and “pala”. To measure who is closer to the hole we used the foot, span and fingers as the units of measurement. “Five feet, two spans and four fingers”. This time was long forgotten. Why is this falling in my mind right now in this moment?

In front of me, there were two Russians, big as there were the giants. They make several steps and then stop. They are the last hikers in their group. I caught up with them. I thought they would continue after the break, but they took a new one just after another three to four steps ahead. I decide to overtake them. I took my right walking pole in my left hand (such an exhausting thing to do!), and with my right hand, I touch the elbow of the first Russian guy. I greet him with a smile and saying to him to persist (I never knew a smile can be that exhausting for the organism, it’s spending the energy). I came to the second one and did the same. They could barely catch the breath. I know it’s not nice when you are overpassed, but at least I showed the respect to them.

There was the snow in the cold shadows. The sun will reach it in this place in a couple of hours. The snow that has melted yesterday just superficially is frozen now. I hit with the poles a bit harder to make the support and then step by step.

It’s getting steeper. The air is thin. The Russian group is falling apart. Some were standing, leaning on the poles, bending and trying to get more oxygen in the body.

I breathe in the two-two rhythm. The inhale consists of two shorter breaths and then the double exhale. Two-in-two out. I’m thinking about breathing, about anything, as long as I don’t disturb the legs in the ascent.

“The Death valley” is on our right side. It isn’t surprising why the Indians gave up on living here. This physical endeavour for the unprepared is very big.

No one is talking, saving power. I’m not thinking any more about sweating a couple of times since this morning. The legs are in pain. The mind took the control long time ago and it's sending the motivational stimulants. Two pilgrims were in front of me. Getting down on the snow and getting back up again. They’re tireless. I won’t waste the energy to join them and get in the snow as the act of solidarity.

But, they’ve motivated me more. I continue with the ascent. Jang is behind me.

“How much longer,” I asked. And while saying that I looked at these hills top thinking that it could be the end.

“Another 40 minutes”, he responded.

Only in dreams, I thought. This first hillside isn’t even a half of the ascent. And really, when we came up there was a much steeper and a white ascent in front of us.

I’m not thinking about anything, at this moment. Only taking the foot after foot. You don’t care about anything else. Just how to conquer a meter by meter. When you are walking, you are one step closer to the finish.

When the legs are giving up, throw yourself out and go forward by the inertia. When the physical body wants to give up, the mind overruns and pushes forward. And when the ratio doesn’t have any arguments left, the soul is here to stimulate, refine and give the extra stimulus.

 “Everything is passing. This ascent will also pass”, I was thinking. I passed by a couple more of Slavik brothers and sisters and then two people passed me. I made some space for them, both Tibetans. I don’t have the strength even to think about how many times they walked through here.


When you reach your destination, then you can’t believe yourself that the hardest part of the way is behind you. While you are climbing, you think that at the moment you will raise the walking poles, shout out, or do something to express your victory.

In my case, when I climbed on the top of the saddle I was only thinking about finding an adequate, enough tall and flat stone to sit on it. On the saddle top, there were about ten persons which managed to reach it. Everyone was sitting, resting, and looking satisfied.

I took off the protection for my nose and mouth, I lay down the walking poles and I unzipped my jacket because was constricting me. The sun shined just at that moment. We came up at the right time. If the snow was melting it would be much harder and we would have the sun in our eyes.

I can see white little birds. I remembered that yesterday I took some bread from the restaurant. I found it, broke a piece and tossed it to the “Tibetan sparrow”. Carefully, skipping on its thin legs it took the bread. I tossed one more piece. Another bird comes, and soon there were ten of them. I was tossing small pieces to have them around for a longer time.

Borris arrives and crosses over the imagined bird feeder. They ran away.

“Boris, you’ve chased away my birds”, I said.

“I’m sorry” and he went to search another rock.

Indeed, this was wide and maybe the best of all rocks to rest. I looked for Boris but he already sat in the other place.

“I’m sorry, you can sit on this rock, I was just feeding the birds”, I spoke to him.

“It’s not a problem, it feels good here”.

I kept on feeding them and in these moments I forgot where I was. I was staring at the birds and now I could see the difference between them. That one had an injured leg, the other was the smallest, the third is a big one, true gangster…

I spent all the bread.

“Will we move slowly?” Jang was asking.

“Let’s go”, this tireless Bulgarian-Bosnian triple replied.


They say, if you passed Droma La you mastered Cora. However, we had a three-hour ascent behind us, from seven till ten in the morning.

We continue to walk on the flat, rocky and snowy ground. It’s much easier, no elevation, and I wasn’t thinking about the oxygen anymore. Downhill was always my favourite. I know that we will have to descend a couple hundred metres of the altitude by the rest of the day.

In some places, it was pretty steep. We walked carefully not to twist our feet. In fact, we passed two signs telling that there is the danger of injuring the ankles.

Now I know that nothing can stop us. The hard part is done and now we only have to pass these kilometers of the downhill, later it’s almost flat all around.

We came to the next resting spot. I had two sweet teas. The organism seeks for the liquid. We talked with the locals. How much is left? If we passed 18 kilometres yesterday, the rest of the Cora is 34 kilometres. What if we try to do the Cora in two days instead of three?

Jang and I talked about it and later we shared our idea with Tsenko and Boris. They’ve agreed.

Super, this is a new challenge. It will look nice in our biography: “completed the Kailash Cora in two days!” I joked in my head.

“But we need additional motivation. I propose we do a hot bath in Hot spring we saw on the other day”, I suggested to my fellow man.

They’ve agreed.

Having a new source of enthusiasm we headed for Darchen. Of course, all these kilometres won’t be walked just like that, with the tired legs and bodies.

Walking on the flat we have the opportunity to see more of nature, listen to the gurgle of the rivers and look at the unusual geometric shapes of the surrounding mountains.

Now we walk on the flat ground.

“Jang, take my walking poles here.”

A half an hour later Jang comes to me:

 “These are very good poles. Did April give it to you?”

“No, I bought them in Sarajevo before the departure. But they are of the best quality”, and I tried to remember how much money I gave for them, but I know that any gear item wasn’t cheap.

Again, Jung said that the walking poles are very good.

“Jung, I’ll give the walking poles to you as a present. You’ll be needing them more than I will.”, and I close the walking pole story and move on.

Now it’s full sunshine, I removed the hoods and leave only the cap on the head. I unzipped my jacket. I thought about changing the plan to return to Sarajevo.


The next resting point was here. A modest little house of bricks and mud, with a wood stove in the centre of the room. I had two ice teas. There was a woman with a baby on her back and her son on the couch. Jung ordered Chinese noodles. I was playing with the boy. He is four years old. He was showing me the mobile phone with the games and an empty drawing paper. I took the paper and draw a small duck. He says the duck in Tibetan. Then I draw a house, and a yak and Kailash. He took one paper and tried to make something. I took it and made an airplane, which was flying as I tossed it. He liked it. We went outside and played for a while with the paper flying object. 

On the way out of this resting place, we saw a pick-up truck. Jung tells me:

“Should we go back with this vehicle?”

“No, I should complete Cora. I’m doing it for myself and I can’t cheat.” I answered.

We passed 100 meters and we saw Tsenko and Boris sitting and waiting for us.

“We saw you coming in there, so we thought you went to recharge the battery of the mobile phone”, Boris Said.

“That’s right”, I responded. I was indeed recharging the smartphone battery, which doesn’t operate well in the lower temperatures. The battery is consumed very quickly. A criticism of the Apple. Most probably my next phone will be some other brand. 

We continued together.

After the kilometres and kilometres walked, we came to the Buddhist monastery in which we should sleep on the second day. Several people are already placed in the rooms and check out tomorrow morning.

We pass by, ignoring the attractiveness of the resting. 


In front there are three hours of walking. Usually, it is the third day of Cora. The way is flat, at some places we raise above the valley, in mild inclines.

I tell Jung about the change of my plans.

“Call April and tell her to buy me the ticket Ngari-Lasa and Lasa-Chengdu”, I said.

“But the tickets cannot be changed, especially not for the strangers”, Jung responded.

Boris and Tsenko agreed upon it, too.

“No, no, these are different times. This isn’t China from ten years ago”, I persisted.

Jung finally got in touch with April. She started to take care of the tickets. In an hour, she said that the reservations can be changed, with the additional payment.

“Make the reservations!” I was determined.


“Two more hillsides and there we arrive. The car will be waiting for us”, Jung commented. 

It seems reachable. We walk. Of course, it wasn’t only two, but four hills and it took some time, but at the end, we saw the first house. The Darchen periphery.

“The cars are allowed here”, Jung said

We came to the board which indicated the ending of the Kailash Cora. I took a photo of myself.

We entered the house to recuperate. Inside, there were seven Tibetans, black as the coal. As they just came back from the mines. I took a photo with them too.

Until then, it was pretty difficult to remove both gloves, unzipping the jacket and looking for the phone, turn it on and take the photo.

I turn to the Kailash and once more I shut my eyes.


“Is this the “activity”. Fight over the physical?”

“Yes, it is. You’ve seen the faithful. We’ll take care of everything. Those which are worthy will be awarded. The others will learn again.” 


I dumped my tired body in the hot, mineral, holy water. Now when everything is done, it’s the time to give a call to Sabina. I sent her a message:

“My dearest, I made it. I did the Kailash Cora on twelve degrees below zero, at a fast pace, so we walked 34 km in 11 hours, and we completed the whole Cora in two instead of three days. The vertical passage on 5650 m was the most difficult. I wouldn’t recommend this heavy physical, mental and spiritual experience to anyone. I love you.”

Soon I received the answer:

“I can’t describe how happy I am that you have made it and because you called to say you’re all right ”.


I was looking at my nails. They didn’t grow much since this morning.

I was thinking about us three. Maybe, to someone, we seemed as the fifty-year-old, unfit trio, but indeed we are three mountain ibex still worthy of a challenge.

Sunday, 21 May 2017 12:50

Constructed clay-layer side-walls, massive artificial concrete ceiling, running water: "Ravne 2" - a second tunnel level found 15 meters below Ravne Tunnel Labyrinth in the Bosnian Pyramid Complex. Photos by Jock Doubleday, May 18, 2017.

Friday, 19 May 2017 11:20

In 2005, in a little Bosnian town of Visoko in central Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH), Mr. Semir Osmanagic claimed to discover the first pyramids on the European soil. Can you tell us how that discovery came about?

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Friday, 19 May 2017 10:54


Written by: Dr. Sam Osmanagich

Darchen, Base Camp, Western Tibet

May 2017.

Darchen is the starting base for Kailash Cora. Here, on 4650 meters of altitude, you sleep or spend a couple of days to acclimatize, and then head on the hike to see the Sacred Mountain Kailash. Warmly dressed up I fall asleep. In the middle of the night, I was awakened by the pain in my chest. I took a deep breath, twice. I remember that I am on Tibet. I looked at my watch. It’s three after midnight. I try to fall asleep. I don’t manage. After taking two deep breaths the exhausted organism reacts with shorter inhales, the oxygen runs out fast and the body alarm starts – I wake up again. I hope something is going to change, but until six in the morning, I couldn’t fall asleep. With the sunrise, I got some rest for an hour, from six to seven.

Today on our agenda is the visit of sacred lakes Rakshas Tai and Kurgual Chungo.

At seven we went for a breakfast in Darchen. I dressed up warm enough. I have to compliment the thermal underwear produced by the Bosnian manufacturer “Alma Ras”. The domestic company has manufactured the cotton clothing which is keeping me warm, on the first layer. The professional mountain clothing, with special materials which preserve the temperature, has also passed the test. Expensive mountain boots, advertised as windproof, rain and snow proof, but they’ve never advertised the thermal particulars, and now I know why. My toes are freezing.

A small restaurant was 200 meters far away, going up on a mild hill. I was surprised that the distance of 1000 meters of altitude (Lasa-Darchen) could be such a burden for the organism. My steps are slower, and I started wondering why they chose exactly that restaurant when there were closer ones.

The restaurant is one large room with a wood stove in the centre. It heats a little bit and shatters the 12 degrees below zero from the outside. In the restaurant, on the side wall, on benches, the members of the household were sleeping. Two persons are awake and serve the ginger tea, honey and lemon, and real scrambled eggs with tomatoes. Finally, I ate something concrete.


The ride to the Rakshas Tai is special. Immense opened spaces and from every corner you can see Kailash, absolutely dominating with its white figure over the entire space. The lake’s blue color is spectacular and more than 150 square kilometers of the surface. Jang the guide, tells me that the fish is good for pregnant women.   

“I can’t see any fishing boats, is there a harbor on the lake?” I asked.

“No, here we don’t hunt for the fish. Only if the waves bring the dead fish, they eat it. This is a sacred lake”, he responded.


Open space, thin mountain air, the wind and the start of the hike around the lake, the Rakshash Tai Cora. My nostrils were freezing. I put up the mask on my face, to protect the nose and mouth. With the black sunglasses and a cap, I can protect the whole face from the sun. Here, we are four kilometers closer to the sun than in Sarajevo. The skin burns quickly.

A part of Cora (the circular walk) around the Lake Rakshah Tai we did with a car, and one part, by the foot. Somehow, on the leading point of the group of six persons, there was Peter from Bulgaria and me. Peter listened to me at the presentation in Sofia a couple months ago.

“Are you a professional mountaineer?” he asked.

“Not really, this is my first time”, I answered.

 “I can see you have the professional gear”.

“I bought is just before departure for Tibet”.

A faster walk along the blue lake shore and we took a break while the others came and joined us. One SUV managed to break through to reach us. The van couldn’t cross the snowy hill. All six of us sat in the SUV (two in the trunk). We stop for two times. The first stop was at the salt, triangle lake where the three rabbits felt safe and without fear. 

The second stop was on the plain from which you can see several hills. This was today’s goal for Sergei. These hills on a satellite image look like a man with a beard. From this perspective, these are common, eroded hills.

Sergei, Wolfgang and Tsenko made a plan for which way to go, what to see, and how much time to spend. They pick up the walkie-talkies and exchange the phone numbers. 

At that moment two SUV’s arrived, with Jang and Tensin the guides. Jang tells me he has one free place in the SUV.

I looked at Sergei. I can feel his energy and he’s not sure what he wants to see and how long it’s going to take. Then I receive new information that they won't be back until 9 or 10 PM, it means in the dark.

I said to Jang I will come with him in the SUV. I step into the vehicle. The five other persons were a bit surprised, but I know why I said that.

We started moving. In the car, there are two employees of the Regional Direction of the roads. They checked the condition of this mountain, pebbled roads after (partial) snow melting. They drive sharply, crossing the stream, uphill, downhill, the kidneys dance with the rhythm.

I start the conversation:

“Do you have here the standing stones, megaliths?”

“Yes, we have” my new hosts answered.

They take me “over the hills and across the sea”, where there are no roads, and bring me to the interesting archaeological site. Here, there are eleven vertically placed stone blocks, with irregular geometry. They are forming the rectangle of the dimensions 8x6 meters. The orientation is exact with the sides of the world, with the longer side of the rectangle turned towards the south. The two largest stones are about two meters tall. The first stone weights 900 kg and the second one 700 kg. In the surrounding vicinity, there aren’t any long stones like this, but later I noticed that on the hillside 4-5 kilometers away there are same shapes. A high percentage of iron can be noticed in this stone.

My hosts are telling me:

“This is Mandar (cemetery)”.

However, the blocks are too close to each other to be the tombstones. They say that here the excavations never happened. In fact, this location is unknown, only some Sheppard’s. I was convinced in this during the evening when no one from the nearest city Darchen has ever heard about the Mandar megaliths, as I called them.

It was the time for a shorter meditation.


Mandar megaliths are made to praise the Sun. The builders have transported the blocks on the “Tibetan” yaks, dig out the holes, and with the help of the ropes, they placed them vertically in the holes. There is no skeleton of the rulers under the blocks at this location. However, there has been a ruler who asked to be buried under a similar, but a larger megalith location.   


After The visit to the Mandar megaliths, we go further around the lake. After a longer ride, we hit the main road to Darchen, A wonderful view on Kailash, but also of the entire mountain chain on the left and the right side. 

I shut my eyes. The palm of my left hand, I turn to the Earth and modestly ask to give the information to me. With my right arm, I start to scan the mountain chain.


Far away on the horizon, on the right side, I can see two pyramidal tops. From them, there was an energy beam going out towards the sky. I keep on passing through space with my arm. Around Kailash, there are a series of stair and “regular” pyramidal hills. They direct their energy towards Kailash. Kailash itself has the mightiest energy beam. I go further; on my left side is a valley trough which the energy flows, in two directions. With the help of this energy, the impact is made on the consciousness of beings on the surface of the Planet. I keep on scanning and on my left side in the distance there are another two pyramids and its beams.  


I ask myself, where is the boundary between these two worlds, the imaginary and the real one? The white mountains, forever covered by the snow, or the energetic and conscious machines on the inside.


In the meantime…

Sergei was leading his group of five people to the hill, the “man with the beard”. They come out first to the shores of the lake. After that, Boris and Tsenko decide to go back and to wait for the second part of the crew to join. Sergei is taking Peter and Wolfgang to climb the top of the hill, to look for the eventual petroglyphs and maybe something else. Sergei and Tsenko have the walkie-talkies to stay in connection. 

Boris and Tsenko are going back, to find the SUV and the driver. Here they waited for the other three to come back. The first hour has passed, then the second and the third… Tsenko was trying to establish the radio link with Sergei but without success. The fourth hour has passed.

While this drama was happening here in the open, I already went back to my hotel room, working on the computer. Jang, the guide came and said that they’ve lost the connection with Sergei’s three for four hours already. I was thinking to myself that I was expecting something like this.

Finally, after four hours passed, Sergei established the connection by the mobile phone with the driver, explaining where to meet him. The driver is not a local, and he heads with Boris and Tsenko in the search for the remaining four members of the crew. They’ve said five kilometers to the west. The driver went straight, left, right, over the streams and hills, by roads and off-road, and it’s eight at night.

At the same time, Sergei is persistently going straight. Wolfgang got tired, so he laid next to the road and fell asleep (!). Peter, who was afraid to be caught by the dark, started running (?). At the 4700 meters of altitude and it’s 40 kilometers to Darchen.

And finally, the SUV arrived, picked them one by one in the car and they headed back to Darchen. They’ve arrived at 9:30 PM. (Exactly as I assumed. What could happen if the inexperienced driver wasn’t able to find them and leave them at 17 degrees below zero, better not to imagine).


Again, during the night I was missing air. I took a deep breath a few times. It’s dark outside, three in the morning. All I’m left to do is to take the computer and work since sleeping is impossible.

Today is a wonderful, sunshiny day. Cold, but with the sun. We all head for a tour (Cora) around the sacred lake Manasarovar which is at 4690 meters of altitude. Beautiful blue colours. Nature here is untouched, magnificent. On the hill, which has a total overview of the lake, there is the Buddhist temple Chi Io. We met with the priest and he unlocks one room at the time. The preserved Buddha statue is a good sign.  

Both interior walls are the numerous shelves with the preserved scripts, manuscripts, and Buddhist documents. Finally. I wandered for a long time if certain monasteries still keep the books like this because mainly they were destroyed or taken to Beijing during the Chinese Cultural Revolution in 1967. A smaller part is taken to India, some of it is Nepal, and now I see that still, you can find them in Tibet. 

I asked nicely the priest to show me the oldest document. He brings out the valuable, heavy document.

“This script is 1500 years old. The other scripts on the shelves are 1200 years old”, he said.

I bow my head and he touches my nape with the book. The sign of the respect for the ancient knowledge.

Buddhism came to Tibet one thousand years ago, but they hold documents much older than that. They even had the documents 5000-year-old. With the great effort, they collected the knowledge for the centuries. Lamas taught the young monks how to write, and then how to understand the ancient texts in history, philosophy, agriculture, political system, wars and conflicts… 2000 or even 5000 monks were taught on a site, so they could become the spreaders of the knowledge.

Some books would be so heavy that they would bring it out only one time a year to study, for what it would take three monks to carry.

Today all Tibetan monasteries and temples are the ownership of the Chinese state. Lamas are gone, and there aren’t as many monks as it used to be. The rear ones with the permission to work don’t have the same function as before. The books aren’t getting opened and in the libraries, there are only the guardians, the protectors.

This is a small monastery, but nicely decorated. On the walls, there was the “Wheel of Life” pattern. Later on, there was the unavoidable lotus flower. The sacral geometry. Buddha’s and Lamas.


The holy place is on the top of the monastery, formerly at the top of the stone hill. Here, in the eight century, Ratmasamlea Gurumbicea has meditated in the small cavern. His statue and the lighted candles. At the corner, there was a stone which had a footprint on.

“This is Gurumbice’s foot and there are four in Tibet,” the priest said.

After everybody left the small space, a set with my legs crossed, under the wall as Gurumbice used to do.


The footprint was made by the student, the Gurumbice follower, in the rock after the death of the holy teacher. Gurumbice was very spiritual and outside the material world. He has a special energy wrap around the body visible to animals and the people. He established the contact with the beings under the mountain.


Under the temple, there are springs of hot mineral water. Of course, we took a bath. For many days we haven’t done it. Or we don’t have the hot water, or when we have it, the temperature in the hotel’s bathroom equals the outdoors, the minuses.

The mineral water contains Radium and Lithium. This is the opportunity to shine radioactively. The water is hot, bordering with resistibility. Energy drainer, but I needed this refreshment.

We moved on. At the widths, on the shore of the sacred, at blue lake Manasarovar, we stop. I fill my bottle with the water. The guide said that this is holy water, and the driver brings me two smaller rocks from the lake. They are full of the energy of the lake.

“Why is this water sacred?” I asked.

“It’s because the lake is filled with the water coming down from Kailash. That is the place where the gods reside”, my guide answered.

For a moment I closed my eyes, the other palm I turned to the lake and ask why is the Manasarovar lake sacred in the Hindu religion and is this the residence of the Shiva the Lord.


The beings left the energy marks on the humans, which lived within the extended region for such a long time in the past. The stories were explained to the humans so they can have the life pattern and stories to tell. 


During the tour around the lake, I saw the first pilgrims, doing their Cora around the lake. After two steps they lay down, and say the mantra, get up and go further on. The Cora around the lake lasts for several weeks.

Tibet is a special experience.

Monday, 15 May 2017 10:03

After 22 days of the Asian tour, Dr. Semir Osmanagich has returned to Visoko, to receive the great Indian group led by the Grand Master Brahmarshi Patriji and to monitor the archeological works in the Underground labyrinth Ravne and Park “Ravne 2”

Osmanagich went for a study visit to Cambodia, where he explored the Koh Ker Pyramid, which has all characteristics of the energy machine (the pyramid geometry, orientation towards the sides of the world, the application of the sacral geometry elements, the water flows, the passage under the pyramid, the presence of iron as the source of the electromagnetism, etc.). Therefore, this pyramid also, as the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun, acts like the amplifier of the natural energy sources. Besides this, Osmanagich has visited several pyramidal temples in this country, among which the most famous is Angkor Wat. 

After that, Dr. Osmanagich was the keynote speaker at the international conference on ancient history that took place in the Philippine city Butuan. At the first presentation, he spoke about the archaeological tourism and the chances which the Philippines have to raise the share of the tourist cake of Asia and the chronology of the research of the Bosnian Pyramids for which he received the standing ovations by the public. 

First ten days of May 2017, Osmanagich spent in Tibet. Besides visiting the Buddhist temples and encounter with the ancient documents, his goal was to visit the pyramidal mountain Kailash. This is a sacred mountain for the members of all four religions (Hindu, Buddhism, Jainism and Bonpo) and recommended spiritual activity to make a circle once in the lifetime around the Kailash as the sign of the respect. Usually, the tour takes three days and during which the distance covered is 54 kilometers and reaching the 5650 meters of the altitude. Dr. Osmanagich did this demanding journey, on 12 degrees below zero and very thin air (lack of oxygen) for only two days without a day of preparation. 

Now in Bosnia-Herzegovina, the director of “Archaeological Park: Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun” Foundation will host, together with the Foundation’s team, a group of 130 guests led by the pyramid constructor from India and the founder of the new meditation technique, much appreciated Brahmarshi Patriji. After Dr. Osmanagich participated for two years in the conferences organized by the Indian friends in Singapore, Egypt and India, he has invited Indians as well to come in Visoko. Finally, this visit will be realized in mid-May 2017. About 130 participants of the conference and the tour around the Bosnian Pyramids will be accommodated at four hotels in Visoko.

Saturday, 13 May 2017 15:23


Written by: Dr. Sam Osmanagich

Western Tibet

May 2017

The ride from Tholling to Darchen is six hours long. Three hundred kilometers of the narrow, mostly asphalted road going through the enormous valleys surrounded by the mountain chains. Occasionally there was grass and the herds of yaks.

On the horizon, you can see the mountain tops covered by the snow. The highest are regular, with triangle endings. They strive to the sky. The two visible sides with two edges each drew attention to my eye. The neighbouring mountains are regular stair pyramids with a plateau on the top. Tsenko calls out, have you seen this, and look at the one over there…

Very unusual. I never saw such big concentration of the regular, pyramidal tops. Some are three-sided, but most of them are four-sided pyramids.


It was the lunch break. One street was with the shops and restaurants. We enter the best one. The meals are all pretty similar, so we ordered the potatoes and noodles with salad. At least we thought we did. I look for the toilet. The waitress sent me in the garden. There is no toilet, but there is a larger yard with no one around. The natural restroom. 


Hours of riding have passed, and there were the two new pyramidal endings. It’s clearly visible that in the distance there are two pyramidal endings. The sky was cloudy, but in front these two tops there was the hexagonal hole formed in the clouds. The hexagon is the mightiest geometrical form. Tsenko and Boris were overjoyed. We stop the van and take some photos.

“This cosmic gate could maybe be invisible if there weren’t any clouds,” Tsenko said.

“The cosmic gate”, I was repeating myself. The game of nature or Tsenko is right?


After five-hour ride, Jang the guide points to the left.


And really, the familiar form is in front of me. It reminds me on the plate from the top of the Black Jaguar Pyramid in Tikal, Guatemala. Relatively flat side, edges visible, rising high above the surrounding mountain tops. In front of it there is a similar, but the smaller mountain. 

“That is little Kailash”, Tsenko says.

Indeed, they look alike.

This is my first encounter with Kailash.

I close my eyes. One palm I turn towards the ground, asking modestly to connect with the Earth’s energy, and the second palm I turn to Kailash.


Underneath Kailash are beings which are managing the Planet for endless time. They take care of its health. They follow the processes up on the surface. Not ancient, only the main ones which can affect the global processes.

The existence of Tibetans or Chinese in Tibet is insignificant to them, as long as they don’t hurt the Planet. The spirituality and life in harmony with the nature practised by Tibetans is something they approve.

How do I know that this information is accurate, and not my creation or product of the memory of the descriptions made by others that I have read at some point? How to be certain that this “control centre” really exists under Kailash? 

Open your heart. Be clear.


We were arriving at Darchen. The starting point for the Kailash Cora. Ten years ago, this was a small camp. Now it is a village, with shops and hostels. We enter the best one and look at the rooms. They are all three-bedded and six-bedded rooms. No electricity. They said that it was snowing yesterday and since then it’s gone. But, they expect that it will arrive tonight at seven. We won’t have the heating, but warm water maybe. Anyway, it’s hard to imagine having a shower at zero degrees. 

The snowflakes started to fall. The thick clouds covered Darchen.

I’m switching two quilts and two blankets on one bed. Soon I fell asleep. Tomorrow is Cora around the sacred lakes, and in three days is Kailash Cora.

Friday, 12 May 2017 09:56

Besides the numerous guest of “Archaeological Park: Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun” Foundation, which are visiting the archaeological sites around Visoko, on Monday, May 8, 2017, we have been visited by the president of the Austrian auto-moto club (OAMTC) Mr. Werner Kraus, who came to Visoko together with the member of the Steering board of the Bosnian auto-moto club (BIHAMK) and long-term friend of the Foundation, Rasim Kadić. After a shorter visit to the Underground prehistorical labyrinth of tunnels Ravne, Mr. Kraus was positively surprised with what he saw, but also with the project itself.

–  I came to your country with the invitation from BIHAMK and Rasim Kadić, who said to me that I have to visit this place. I was astonished, because in my craziest dreams I haven't dreamt that there is such a place, and especially I couldn't imagine that there are the pyramids outside Egypt. I was a little bit tired, but the visit to the tunnels recuperated me as well as the visit itself, and the presentation by the guide was exciting. Shortly – it's a beautiful feeling to be inside. – the president of the Austrian auto-moto club (OAMTC) Warner Kraus said, after visiting the Tunnels Ravne, who came with the invitation by the BIHAMK as the part of the continuation of the cooperation between the two auto-moto clubs which lasts for 15 years now. 

Friday, 12 May 2017 09:27

Rasim Kadić, the high political official in the former state, and today the member of the BIHAMC management core, on Monday, has come for yet another visit to the complex of the Prehistorical Labyrinth of Ravne tunnel, accompanied by the president of the Austrian auto-moto club (OAMTC). Rasim doesn't hide the enthusiasm for the everything what is happening with the project in Visoko and this visit we've used to hear his opinion about the work that has been done up to date, about everything that he saw, but also about other things related to this project.

- Of course, this isn't my first visit, I came here hundreds of times, also with friends...I spoke to thousands of people here and abroad about the amazing persistence and persuasion of Dr. Semir Osmanagich. Last year I enjoyed the unreal peace and the beauty of the new Archaeological Park, and often with many other people I climbed Visočica – The Pyramid of the Sun. We used the photographs of the pyramid to illustrate the Catalogue of the Manifestation „Days of Zaim Muzaferija.“- said Mr. Kadić.

Rasim Kadić reflected also on the project itself, which attracts numerous guests from all around the world.

- This project is one of the most amazing things in the world. I think, that there are more texts written about it than it has been about any other phenomena from this land, and obviously, it's not the coincidence! It is interesting on the global scale, intriguing, and obviously very useful – if not, why the people would visit, stay and come again in such large numbers? Semir's persistence is admirable to globally promote the project, to organise the scientific conferences and other side activities, to keep it current  - in one word, this project is living and it offers the visitors various spiritual and medical benefits, to Visoko and Bosnia-Herzegovina the global promotion, and I think that the profit many people gained of it can't be ignored. – Kadić points out.

At the end, we asked Rasim Kadić for the opinion about the points that eventually should be improved, and about the inclusion of the broader community to empower and promote the project.

- I believe that in Visoko we still don't have the adequate accommodation capacities for a long-term and more purposeful stay of the tourist that visit. Also, this project should be linked with the other tourist attractions in Bosnia-Herzegovina, but in manner that the tourist stays in Visoko but to visit other places through one-day excursions. Secondly, it's obvious that this project is carried only by the Foundation's back, what is good in some way because the inclusion of another could endanger the fundamental idea. Nevertheless, it doesn't mean that there is no need to include the Municipality or the State to improve those things helpful for the tourists and us all – the infrastructure, tourist innovation, and maybe a more significant promotion by the State of the entire project in planetary proportions. – Rasim Kadić pointed out at the end of this pleasant talk.

Friday, 12 May 2017 09:18


Written by: Dr. Sam Osmanagich

Western Tibet

May 2017.

I’m on a flight Llasa to Ngari (Ali), from east to west Tibet. Endless space, stone deserts framed by the mountain chain of Himalaya, eternally under the snow. Here and there were the lakes, but nothing green.  

Ngari is at 4600 meters of altitude. No airplanes at the new airport recently converted from military to civil purpose. We came down by the stairs with the sunny weather, welcoming us, but it is five degrees below zero. The air is thin, very thin. The lungs inhale faster, seeking for the oxygen.

To me, Tsenko and Boris, the passports were taken for the control and the four permits as well. They made a copy of them. Finally, we met the guide Djang Chu. He is 38, Tibetan. He lived in India, and he has learnt five languages (English, Hindi, Nepalese, Butane and Mandarin). He always wished to go to Europe. He has a Chinese ID card, but not the passport. He passes from India to Tibet avoiding the border pass. Until 2015, he lived near Nepal with his mother, wife and son. After the catastrophic earthquake, he moved to western Tibet.

The five-hour ride is following the Himalayas. They are long as it’s the horizon. You can’t see the beginning or the ending. We know that all the way to the west is Pakistan and on south below them is India. On the top of the mountain chain, stands the mountain dome several hundred meters tall. Regular, as if it’s sculpted. Hang Mon is its name. Tibetan call the Abi Kali Mountain, the “Holy Mountain”.

Tsenko told me how he, from time to time, gets the information from the spiritual world. Beneath the Himalayas were the civilizations living, but not in the physical form as ours.   

We stop at one hill with a beautiful view on the stone canyons. I focus upon the dome mountain and close my eyes.


An image appears to me of a green, scaled, dragon head. Dark eyes, sparkling yellow pupils. With my hand, I pointed in the direction of the dome Abi Kali Mountain. Suddenly, as the wall of glass was raised, as a barrier. Only the white mountain tops. The spiritual access isn’t allowed.


I spoke to Tsenko about my experience. A very, very old civilization is underneath that mountain. However, they control the spiritual access and disallow it to us, the humans.

He tells that he felt the same thing, but I’ve described it better.


Tholling is the location of the most famous Buddhist Monastery in Ngari. It was established by Yeshi-O at the beginning of the 10th century. It isn’t only the one of the oldest Buddhist monasteries in Tibet, but also the one most respected. Before, it had many golden Buddha statues, 108 Buddha terracotta towers and numerous murals with the natural size figures.

The Monastery is actually the complex with the temple in the central part in the shape of the Mandala, and seven more temples with many drawings, statues and murals.

The beginning of the Mao’s Cultural Revolution in 1967 resulted with the destruction of the religious, spiritual and cultural heritage which wasn’t in accord with the rigid communistic norms. Tibet, because of its profound spiritual roots suffered especially in the impact.

The Tholling complex is mostly destroyed. Mandala temple is totally devastated in the inside, the statues, the murals, the paintings. The systematic destruction lasted until this complex was unrecognizable.

Before in Thooling, 200 Buddhist Monks have lived, today there are thirteen. 

I enter the only remaining opened temple. One monk speaks a little English. Small, thirty-year-old man shows me the place where once stood the statues. Today they are gone. On the walls were the remains of the paintings, erased in the greater part.  

“This is original, almost a thousand years old, and this is 800 years old. This, 500 years. This statue is new, a gift for us, this one is also new…” he was explaining.

“On this photography is the ninth Lama, this is the tenth, and this one thirteenth”, he goes on.

“Where is the fourteenth, Dalai Lama?” I asked.

He lowers the voice.

“No, no, it’s forbidden”.

He clenches his hands into the fist, extends them, and then crosses them. I understood, he would end up in prison to put on the photo of the Dalai Lama.


Sad, I left the temple.

“How the Tibetans, the Buddhists, earned the karmic punishment like this?” I asked myself.


Around the monastery is the village with several hundred inhabitants. We checked three “hotels”. Ten very modest rooms with one bathroom on the floor. It’s interesting that there is no separate toilet, but each one has Internet and mobile phone signal. At the village on the main street, the most beautiful office is China Telecoms. The sewage is disputable, there is no hot water most of the time, and the heating is something that exists only in imagination. The temperature in the rooms was equal to the external (during the nights it's below zero). This little place has two military outposts in the main street and the police station with the jeeps circling around.

One needs to be objective. With the Chinese occupation of Tibet (although the Chinese say that Tibet has always been their territory) the elements of the civilization have arrived. Today everything is electrified, heated and with organized sewage in Llasa, with water, roads, post, communication means. The Tibetan villages rarely have the toilet inside the house; in the need, they use the outdoors. The hygienic habits are on the medieval level.

Two days in Tholling we had only rice with eggs and tea. Internet signal was solid, but in China, there is no access to the You Tube channel and Google or other browsers. Therefore, if you type any search term you won’t get the search results. 

For me, this was the acclimatization period on 3600 meters of the altitude.


The residence of the Guge Kingdom is just twenty kilometers from Tholling. The first King of Guge took the leadership in the region of the west Tibet from the neighbouring Shan Shu Kingdom in the 10th century. He started spreading the new religion – the Buddhism. On a steep, rocky elevation, right above the river, they started excavating the caves, creating the first structures, and then came the time for the temples. The Kingdom grew and in the capital, there were ten thousand inhabitants. They ruled with the vast spaces.

Whole seven centuries, the Guge Kingdom was the defense pillar of the Tibet for the enemy intrusions and the protection of the Buddhism. So it was until the year 1630 when the ruler of the Guge Kingdom sent the army to the war which they lost. Since then, this Kingdom lost its power for forever.

That what remained preserved until the arrival of the Chinese Red Army was impressive. Numerous temples, statues, murals, drawings, stone sculptures, manuscripts…The Cultural Revolution in 1967 has brought the Chinese soldiers, which destroyed orderly the interiors of the temples and everything that was valuable inside them.   

A huge canyon, bigger than the Grand Canyon in Colorado, takes us to the capital of the Guge Kingdom. Millions of years before, here was the big lake and the continuous horizontal line is clearly visible on the rocky cliffs when the period of drain came and the huge winding water flow was formed. Now we are in the last phase when the small river reminds on the geological shifts. But this was enough for the establishment of the large community around the water.

The passage through the gate takes us to the city which is composed of the inhabited artificial caves, brick and clay houses and temples. The first temple is the “White Temple”. They unlock the padlock, we enter, and the photographing is forbidden. The murals are partially destroyed. The base of the Buddha statues was empty. In front of the fence are the photos from 1925 made by the English photographer during his visit. They show how the statues looked before the Chinese soldiers have destroyed them.

The central Buddha statue is destroyed as well. The smaller, substitute one is placed beneath the stand. It’s hard to describe the disbelief and sadness in these moments. Simply, you are incapable of saying anything sense full or to offer the solution.

I decided to do the focused meditation.


I can see the horseman coming out through the gate. Plenty of flags. The times of glory and progress. They imposed the Buddhism in the region and violently erased the earlier beliefs. It was the time of the greater force and less spirituality.

My telepathic message will be heard. I only need to show the honesty and modesty.


We continue to ascend. Climbing to 3800 meters isn’t simple. You get exhausted twice as fast and you get twice as less oxygen. Therefore, there is no need to rush.

The next is the “Red Temple”. With the same picture. Crippled spiritual tradition.

From the “Red Temple,” we move to the top. The caves are mostly in the lower parts. They were usually built for the soldiers, one person. Some are bigger, for more persons, the poor families. In the walls the spaces for the shelves are carved, niches. Sleeping on the firm ground. The cold air entered for the most of the time in the year.

The constructed building is composed of the bricks and mud in combination with the stone, making separated lines. The rooms were of the modest surface always, but protected better than the caves. 

We approach the top. The stairs took us to the narrow openings, as if to disable the access to the King’s enemies. However, this city was never conquered. It was well established on the steep side.

Finally, we reach the top. It’s actually a larger plateau, which has one more temple, the Kings home and larger fenced space. Djang, the guide said it was the stalls. This sentence ripped my ears. That would be very impractical.

“It is, 100% that was the stall. The ticket seller told me so,” Jang was convincing me.

The fenced space is 30x20 meters. It has three narrow doors and a broad entrance.

I sit and close my eyes.


At first, I had a thought of a “summer ceremony”. In this fenced space the ruler was receiving the audience the foreign rulers with the delegations. Great holiday festivities took place here. The prominent members of the Guge Kingdom came here from the distant regions. Parties were held for the higher class from the Kingdom’s capital city.

The Guge Kingdom brought the Buddhism to Tibet, but at the same time, self-imposing determined the Karma. A thousand years later the Chinese invaded Tibet.

The connection between the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun and the Holy Pyramid Mountain Kailash will be something that will be heard and seen at need. My telepathic thought will be directed to China. To soften them to have the moderate attitude towards the Tibet and Tibetans. More and more Chinese will be receiving the Buddhism. Chinese which travel the world will be able to know the true history of Tibet and the role of their government six decades ago. China will start to finance the reconstruction of the temples.     

Tibetans will gain the historical chance to come back to their homes. But, it will be up to them whether they will preserve the tradition and to have the will to extend it.


I share the information which I obtained during the meditation with our small company

“In Guge Kingdom, there was the army. In it the commanders, generals. Artists. Priesthood, wealthy traders and prominent members from this, but other cities as well. They used to come to their capital city and here, in this fenced closed space, the festivities were held. The dance was followed by the music. 

From time to time the foreign delegations came from the distant regions. They would enter the small doors, head bowing. The King and his escort and security would enter trough the special, the biggest gate connected directly with his residence.”

Djang listened and then he translated my words to the Buddhist priest. And, he commented:

“I agree with you completely. You would have to meet our Buddhist monks in the temples studying history and knowledge. You are the professor and you have the knowledge, they know, so you would have a lot in common.”


Dalai Lama with his peaceful politics and his gentleness and human affection, spreaded the spirituality and showed the respect for all, is an example for the Tibetans. I hope they will follow his messages and that the different and more favorable context for the new Tibet will be formed.

Thursday, 11 May 2017 06:44

Pyramid researcher, Ph.D. in History of Civilizations and Bosnian Pyramid discoverer Dr. Sam Osmanagich ( investigates Koh Ker Pyramid in Cambodia and explain why is this structure an energy machine.

Thursday, 11 May 2017 06:29


Written by: Dr. Sam Osmanagich

Tibet, China

May 2017

We had forged at the beginning of the Bosnian Pyramid research project that the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun is the mother of all pyramids because it is the oldest pyramidal construction in the world. It’s the time for me to visit the father of all pyramids, the pyramidal mountain Kailash in Tibet.  


In the end of April 2007, we have been visited by Dr. Harry Oldfield, the British biologist who has developed the special PIP camera for the energy fields recording. After he shot the pyramids on April 30, the following day, on May 1, he had an interesting experiment. A German woman brought to Visoko her collectable and old crystal skull, which once belonged to the Mayans. They’ve shot the top of the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun without the skull, and the results showed the same values and vertical energy fields as the day before. Then, the crystal skull was introduced as the plateau, which leads to the pyramid top from the west side. The camera was in the Hotel “Pyramid of the Sun”. At the moment when the skull was out of the bag, the camera showed that at the same time there was one energy beam starts from the pyramid top, and the other one from the skull, meeting in the middle of the way. Did they establish the communication?

At that time, spring 2007, we didn’t give much attention to this experiment. It was too exotic and esoteric to be publicly announced. We still didn’t fully understand the relations of the Bosnian Pyramids. Later on, having many measurements of the energy phenomena, we realized that everything was alive, having its own frequency. So is the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun, very old and powerful energy, communicating with other energies. The evidence to prove this is the experiment with the crystal skull, first time ever done in the world.


This time, I’ve entered China from the south-east, via Guangzhou the million-city near Hong Kong. The enormous airport and a residence hub for the airway company China Southern. It isn’t the largest in China, but it has 260 Airbus airplane models 330, 320 ea. Boeing 747, and it’s only for these categories. There are tens of other models. Everything in this country is huge.

After a two-hour flight, I arrive at Chengdu in Central China. I’ve asked the steward what is the time zone in Chengdu. He answers that entire China is one time zone. With laughter, he said that when it is noon in one part, in the other part of China the sun already has set. This city is the springboard for the flight to Tibet. The million-city, with avenues too wide, with the biggest airport tower that I have seen by now. The Sichuan Airways residence hub. Besides the visa for China, I needed four permits to visit Tibet: regular Tibetan, air, land, and one for entering the territory of holy mountain Kailash, my goal of the journey. 

Another two hours of flight on the next day. Llasa. Mystic and ancient, the headquarters of the Tibetan wisdom, and numerous Buddhist secrets. From the airplane, parallel with us, on the 8300 meters, the mountain peaks were lined up. Llasa is located on a large plateau on 3600 meters altitude. While landing, I was surprised to see a modern highway beneath me. I didn’t expect that. Later, I’ve found that it was built last year and connects the airport with the capital city of Tibet, reducing the travel on 45 minutes of the ride.

A Chinese woman April welcomed me with the team and I received the traditional Tibetan white scarf around my chest. Later on, the other expedition participants arrived from Russia, Germany and Bulgaria. It’s six of us. 

We head to Llasa.


Wolfgang Wolmer is 69 years old. This is his seventh visit to Tibet. The first time he was listening Dalai Lama in 1998, near Hamburg. He liked what he heard and he became a Buddhist. He felt the call to make the “kora”, the walk around the holy mountain Kailash. He did it in 2002. Kora lasts for three days, 52 kilometers of the distance to cover. The elevation is 1000 meters and surely the most demanding part is the Dolma La passage on 5670 meters of the altitude. Until month of April, this passage is closed because of the snowfall and ice on the surface. Of course, followed by the low temperatures, strong winds and changing, unpredictable weather.

But, the biggest challenge for everyone is the high altitude. Already on the 3000 meters of altitude, for the low atmospheric pressure, there isn’t enough oxygen pumped into the blood and the organism. Of course, the brain without enough oxygen doesn’t function as usual, with constant headaches, and the body slows down as well as the thinking.

To do the Kora, the holy task for the members of four religions (Hindu, Buddhism, Jainism, Bonpo) is to meet a few challenges: physical, requiring the physical strength, preparation and fitness; mental, because it is important to fight with yourself every hour of the journey, and the spiritual. It’s not uncommon that the Kora participants have hallucinations, and many of them ended tragically.

In the Hindu religion, the mountain Kailash is the residence of the Lord Shiva. In my last year's visit to the Indian country Tamil Nadu and the city Thiruvannamalai, the centre of the grandiose pyramidal towers (the biggest is 66 meters high), I knew that the following is the visit to Tibet. Namely, these temples dedicated to Shiva are located in the foothill of the mountain Annamalai, where Shiva showed up, bringing the fire for once more to the mankind. According to some stories, there was his end and the Kailash was the beginning.

For the Buddhists, the Kailash is the personification of Buddha. Wolfgang claims that he saw two eyes of Buddha during his first Kora. As the Muslims have the sacred obligation to do at least one Hajj in Mecca, that’s how the Buddhists and Hindu consider Kora as their spiritual duty. It is possible to arrive at this Tibetan location from eight directions (India, China, Bhutan, and Nepal). Eight – the lotus flower.  

After twelve Koras, the walk in the exterior circle of Kailash, the right to do the inside Kora is allowed. Wolfgang found a shortcut. Namely, the year 2002 was the year of the horse according to the Tibetan calendar and it replaces the twelve Koras. Therefore, the next time he did the inside Kora already. Two years ago, he wrote a book, the great illustrated manual, on Kora in English. The book is published in Nepal (“The Inner and Outer Paths of Mt. Kailash”).

Our conversation took place in Llasa, the traditional restaurant, with the Tibetan music:

“What is Kora for you?” I asked.

“With the Kora, you gain the merit”, he responded.

The domestic food is brought to the table, plate by plate. April made sure that the restaurant brings the best it offers. More than 80% of the meals are with meat. Four of us don’t eat meat, so our hosts were the ones enjoying the specialties. We were satisfied with the rice and delicious deep fried yoghurt sticks.

Wolfgang said to me:

“The Buddhist priest shouldn’t eat meat. But, because of the high altitudes and energy needs, they eat it. However, they don’t kill the animals, Muslims do that for them. When a Buddhist comes in the visit to some family, he doesn’t ask to kill a yak or some other kind of the animal only for him. But, if they already did it, he participates in the dinner.”


One hour highway ride from the airport to Llasa and we entered the periphery. Big, residential buildings, skyscrapers, shopping malls, and banks. I can’t believe. Looks like as the periphery of other Chinese million-cities. Nevertheless, Llasa today has a million of inhabitants, mostly Chinese. Tibetans are rarely seen on the streets of their capital city.

Big cars, bicycles, motorbikes, stuffy city streets. We arrived just in the midday rush hour. Thousands of the red Chinese flags, writings on Chinese, big portraits of former communist leaders (from Mao Tse Tung and Chu En Lai, Teng Hsiao Ping to the present Xi).

Finally, in the main street, the view of the Imperial palace of Dalai Lama and the Buddhist temples. Impressive walls, ten meters tall, fenced propriety, with the windows up high on the buildings. Today, the centre of the former world of the Buddhism is surrounded by the wired fence, turned into some kind of a museum, losing its spiritual, educational and energetic role.

The invasion of the Communist army in Tibet in 1950 caused the genocide over the Tibetans, the culturecide over the ancient cultural treasures and present urbicidal of the traditional Tibetan architecture. Whole 80% of the Buddhist priests are Chinese, not Tibetan. The Dalai Lama is in refugee for six decades, fighting, in any way he can, and the West prizes him with the Nobel Award, and he met American and European Presidents, but it was in vain. 

After the death of the Dalai Lama, the Chinese will proclaim their own Dalai Lama, and the remaining Tibetan priests will proclaim the real Dalai Lama as it has been done for generations (reincarnation in a baby Tibetan). The division will follow. The stronger will oppress. The Tibetan Buddhism will suffer from its final stroke.

I am passing by the Dalai Lama Residence (The Potala Palaca, 400x350 m) which is rising up to the sky. What remained from this holy place is the lifeless shell.

How intense and deep disappointment for me. Such a feeling of sadness I didn’t have for awhile. My throat soured.

What can I do to give the Tibet back to the Tibetans?


I never take medicines, aspirin or antibiotic. My arrival to Tibet was different. I remembered the experience in Peru, the stay in Cusco, the capital of the Inca, where on 3400 meters I’ve had headaches, heaviness and slow motion until I didn’t get accustomed three days later. In Bolivia on 4100 meters was even worst. During the night, in a stone Sheppard lodge, it was impossible to fall asleep. I was waking up every ten minutes. I was missing air. In the daytime, it was all right, but it was the night which destroys.

Therefore, I didn’t make the same mistake here. At the airport, I bought the herbal pills for the mountain headaches, and instantly I take three as the recommended dose. We arrive at the hotel and Tsenko gives me the oxygen pills, to raise the blood transport capacity of the oxygen. Also, he hands me the bottle with a liquid, based on honey and 40 medicinal herbs. The concentrate is made in the ratio of the golden cut. I take the first spoon.

Tsenko is Vera’s husband and the airplane pilot from Bulgaria. They’ve organized my presentation in Varna, on the Black Sea’s Coast, a month ago. This is his second Kora. The first one he did with Vera twelve years ago and after that, they got married. Tsenko is very spiritual. He tells me that in the foothill of the Rila Mountain in Bulgaria there is the legendary Agartha, the civilization old millions of years.

The third member of the closest crew is also Bulgarian, the medicine doctor Borislav. This is his first time on Kora. They been around the world, climbed the sacred mountains of Peru, Bolivia, Columbia and went to other locations in Europe and Asia. They arrived after three months of fitness preparations. Boris, I’ve met on the first weekend in March. He was visiting the Bosnian Pyramids. These fifty years old men appreciate a lot our work in Visoko.


Eight days before the arrival in China, I spoke to a friend Valery Uvarov, the pyramid builder from Russia. I told him about my trip to Tibet to perform the Kora. He raised his eyebrows and said:

“Ok, physically you could do it. But, are you aware that Kailash distorts the time and space by the energy reflector on its east side. A lot of people never returned from Kora. Are you really ready for this?”

Valeri and I have visited together the Koh Ker pyramid in Cambodia and later went to the Philippines to an international conference. Upon my departure, he brought me a gift. Shoe insole. The right one has copper plates and the other zinc. More expensive version uses the silver and gold. Valery developed this product to allow better circulation and balancing of the energies inside the organism. It’s based on the Horus Wand principle, iron rounded bars carried by the Pharaohs of the Ancient Egypt.  

On the first day, I wore the new waterproof hiking boots the Valeri’s insole were the first thing to put in them.


The Mythical Shambala, from the time before the time, is located according to certain explorers, deep under Kailash. This is one of the reasons why it is forbidden to climb this mountain and conquer its highest peak at 6714 meters of altitude.

The first Kora, which is performed around Kailash clears away the sins. We become mentally clean.

The thirteenth Kora allows us to make interior Kora and acquire the spiritual cleanliness.

The hundred and thirteenth Kora allows us to reach the state of Buddha’s bliss. Our figure appears on the hill slopes of the sacred mountain.


We went for a dinner to Llasa. The most experienced member of the crew of six is Russian, Sergei. In the past twelve years, he comes two to three times a year to Kailash. I asked him about the motivation.

“Every year there is another motive. This time its search for the Shan Shu civilization, millions of years of age”.

I’ve turned to our young guide. 

“What was your name again?”

 “Tensin and I'm a pure-blooded Tibetan”.

“How old are you?”


“Where did you learn English so well?”

“In India. I spent eight years there and learnt Hindu, English, Nepalese, Manchurian and Mandarin.”

“All right, and I’ll ask more while we walk around Kailash”, I said.

“During our hike around Kailash you will keep your breath and strength”, Wolfgang added.

We went to the Hotel and three of us wake up early, departing for the airport is at 5 AM.


It is same as if diving deep and then decide to go to out to the surface, the organism wants to breathe but you can’t, you’re in the water. The surface doesn’t come. And finally, when you dive out the lungs want to burst.

Exactly the same feeling, just before diving out, woke me up in the middle of the night in my hotel room in Llasa. I knew right away that my body didn’t have oxygen. The first pill stopped working. In the dark room, I kept my eyes closed, with discontinuous breathing. Two, three inhales and then the shorter ones. I’m trying to fall asleep, but it’s creating short breaths and lack of oxygen. I was again woken by the pressure in my lungs. This state lasted for an hour, maybe two.

It seemed I had one hour of sleep before the alarm clock rang.

We started from the Eastern Tibet toward the west. Wolfgang, Sergei and Petar were gone for the three-day travel with SUV’s during which they will acclimatize. We’ve skipped the larger part of Tibet and follow the different program in next two days. We’ll meet in Darchen city and head for Kora on the first day.

It’s still dark in Llasa. Illuminated buildings, wide boulevards, Chinese flags, the city still sleeping, there’s no traffic. 

Melancholy for some past times, when the Buddhist temples and their traditions were the bridge to the knowledge of the previous civilizations.

Wednesday, 10 May 2017 12:16

Written by: B.Sc. Haris Delibašić, senior guide of the Foundation

The guests from numerous cities from Bosnia-Herzegovina, Slovenia, Croatia, Macedonia, Serbia, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Austria, Germany, Italy, France, Spain and many other countries have spent the Labor Day holidays on the Bosnian Pyramids. The parking lots in the front of the entrance to the Underground labyrinth Ravne were too small for many cars, motorcycles, vans, taxi and buses. The guests were welcomed by the friendly guides of the “Archaeological Park: Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun” Foundation, which had a lot of work to do lately. 

At this top touristic destination, the foreign languages were heard all around. The majority of the foreigners came to Bosnia-Herzegovina primarily to visit the Tunnels and pyramids. The most asked question by the delighted guests after exiting the Tunnels was about where to find the place with delicious food. The business was blooming also for the local sellers with souvenir stands. 

I’ve met an interesting group of Polish youth, whose dream to visit the pyramids came true. They say that they’ve been preparing for this journey for two years. Amazed by what they saw, while leaving the tunnel, they said that they experienced the destination as “the gateway to the dimension of undiscovered secrets, the place which will tackle their imagination for a lot of the time because what they saw and felt is an experience you can’t easily forget“.

Wednesday, 10 May 2017 11:25

by John Burke (Author), Kaj Halberg (Author)

Many authors have hypothesized about the possible purpose or use of the thousands of mysterious henges, dolmens, cairnsand other Neolithic structures found around the world. Most of the theories are based on little science and lots of conjecture. But author, scientist and businessman John Burke takes a different approach.
Using a magnetometer and electrostatic voltmeter Burke has taken hundreds of readings at approximately 80 different ancient sites including Carnac, Avebury, Stonehenge as well as assorted American mounds and Mesoamerican pyramids. The results are clear and compelling indicating that these ancient sites are places where subtle energies emanate from the Earth or are enhanced by the structure itself.
Beyond the extensive research Burke also conducts a number of agricultural experiments and finds that seeds placed at such sites are stressed by the ambient currents resulting in higher propagation rates, quicker maturity and improved crop yields.

Monday, 08 May 2017 06:38

Actually, my ascent to the pyramidal mountain Rtanj started one day before the actual ascent in Belgrade, Nikola Tesla Laboratory, accompanied by the engineer Goran Marjanovic. The Tesla Coil ignites wirelessly the fluorescent bulb same as it was doing it 120 years ago in the hands of the great Tesla. 

With the Tesla Coils, I’ve started but also completed the excursion to Rtanj meaningfully organized by Sasa Nadjfeji.


Yet in 2011 I have written:

“Regarding the artificial construction material, it lacks on Rtanj. This is the limestone massif, with random layers of dolomite, clay and sandstone. No visible anthropogenic activity.

Even if Rtanj doesn’t meet the primary anthropological criteria to call it a pyramid, it deserves the special attention. However, Rtanj has a three-sided pyramidal end called Šiljak (Spike). According to the preliminary measurements taken in Center for research and ecology “Duh Rtnja”, Šiljak and the nearby peaks have certain proper geometrical values. Some research shows the possibility that inside Rtanj are hollow space and passages. If this is confirmed by the field work than this massive would get a whole new dimension. 

Also, if the geometries as such can cause the occurrence of the certain electromagnetic phenomena, the Rtanj exploration would be extremely interesting from that point of view. Further exploration on this location can lead up to the point where Rtanj becomes the engine of the tourist development in this part of the Balkans.”


In April 2017 I’ve tested my capabilities to the maximum. Yet in 2016 I’ve settled up the monthly program with the tours in Croatia (Supetar, Umag, Rijeka, Sibenik, Knin), Bulgaria (Sofia, Plovdiv, Asenovgrad, Burgas, Varna), Serbia (Vrbas, Subotica, Vrsac, Beograd, Rtanj), Macedonia (Skopje, Kokino, Ohrid, Sv. Naum, Bitola), short seven day break in Visoko and Sarajevo with the conference and guiding the group from Kuwait, Qatar, UAE, Saudi Arabia, Morocco, and Algeria (including my three presentations), and right after that followed the visit to Cambodia (Angkor Wat and Koh Ker), Philippines, and on the end I’ve managed to go to China at the end of April, on the way to Tibet. 

The entire program included the ascent to Rtanj. We started from Belgrade at 4:30 AM with several cars. Finally, I’ve got the chance to talk with Zoki, later with Sasa, Milenko and other friends.

After the hot tea and breakfast at the eco-center Balasevic, we’ve formed the queue of vehicles and headed to the meeting point at the foothills of Rtanj. On our way, we took water from the spring coming from Rtanj and adjusted the frequencies with the pyramidal mountain.

We’ve parked in front of the school on the playground. Dule and Ljubo approached my dear longtime friends and Bosnian Pyramid volunteers. Dule was very emotional and letting the teardrop. We haven’t seen each other for several years. We start together, thirty of us. The most people I knew from before, some I didn’t, but they heard about the “coming of the Bosnian professor for the pyramids”.  

We reached the first site of the foothills. It’s called “the temple”. The rocks weighing 50-100kg, semi-circled, visibly belonging before to a wall, small stone formation. Sasa talks about the PIP recordings and the unusual energy dome which was formed above “the temple”. Goran (accompanied by Gordana) mentions the variance of energy values on that site compared with the other locations. The Rtanj’s endemic species are mentioned. 


I close my eyes, focusing on the space. Immediately, an image of the smaller oval shaped object arrives. Several layers were underground, damaged today, but the stone still exists. The diggings should have been done here, without dislocation of the rocks. This structure is raised to amplify these unusual energies. 


A recent ice melting destroyed may hectares of the forest. The excavators are cleaning the space additionally. Thousands of tonnes of the dead trees, burnt, fallen on the ground, reflect the sad image. The rain from a few days before additionally spread the ground.

The group is starting the ascent and the first kilometers are behind us. In total, there are 12,5km in one direction and 1,000 meters above the sea level to conquer to reach the 1,565 meters high Siljak, the peak of Rtanj.  

With us is also the TV crew of the “Vice” production shooting the documentary on Rtanj. After the second break, they quit the ascent. We were still in the green belt of Rtanj before we hit the stony, empty part.

The ascent to the steep Rtanj requires the same tempo and resolute steps. The zigzag line lasts longer, but it doesn’t exhaust or burn energy unnecessarily.

Eastern Serbia can be seen more closely. The panoramic view travels kilometers away.  We can see several groups in front of us but, below us. Gordana, Goran and Milenko had a break.

They were in front of me when I was giving the interview for a TV crew. I could feel in the air that the ascent is harder and harder. Later, I asked if she was thinking of quitting. She answered: 

“Sure I did, for five times I wanted to quit. But, I knew I had to climb up, and I had the motivation. I brought a snack with me. On the top, you can eat and that was my motivation.”

I understood her completely. In this kind of the ascent, you think about the destination and what is waiting for you out there. A tasty sandwich is a good motivation.

Sasa points out to a tree, which five years ago was a low bush. It managed to survive the winds, snow, low temperatures. Several meters around it was the only one grew that much to be called a tree on this windmill.

The ascent is followed by the unstable weather. At one moment it is the sunshine, and we take off our jackets, and in the next moment, the wind on the plains is forcing us to protect ourselves. However, in general, the weather is far better than it was in the past few days. We were lucky.

“To reach that group which seems as it’s near, it will take us one hour to climb”, Sasa said, showing the place above us.

It’s hard for me to believe it, you can almost touch them, seems not more than 100 meters far away. And so it was, while we passed the serpentine, almost one hour passed. We’ve looked below, and saw that the second group was standing exactly on the spot where we started from. We’ve felt victorious, we had the advantage, and we know that they are facing one hour of the exhausting ascent.  

And when the fatigue is overwhelming, by the power of the will you push for another step. And, then I remembered, in the next month I will go to ascend the pyramid mountain Kailash on Tibet, at 6,400 meters of height. Rtanj is a sort of the only training that I’ll have.

Sasa spoke about the “two peaks”, the first one covered the second one, our goal. It seems to me that we were getting closer to the first peak. But, surprisingly, step by step and we reached the plain and final hundred meters.

On the very top, there were the remains of a smaller building.

This. I immediately recognized. The Little Church established by the wife of the owner of the Mine, after his death, a Jewish family, which helped a lot these lands. The stones are scattered around. I can hear the comments:

“Every time we come, someone is destroying the church piece by piece”.

I’m climbing up to the high altitude. The 360 degrees overview. I am on the top of Eastern Serbia. The wind stopped, and the sun showered is. A special treat.


In the circle, we shared the food and beverages everyone brought. Pleasant conversation, serious, on various phenomena connected to Rtanj, the anomalies, about those who slept overnight on the top, the research. And then some jokes.

Goran was next to me. His mobile phone rang. This surprised him.

“Was there the signal here on the top? Hello, tell me Milenko, what do you want? But you’ve called. What happened? No, I didn’t call, you’ve called me. Everyone has heard the phone ringing. “

While Goran and Milenko are having a weird discussion, I took a look at my watch: 1:10 PM. Well, it took me a little bit longer than five hours to climb to the top of Rtanj, Siljak.

In ten minutes Milenko arrived. I thought he gave up and that’s why he called. Instead, he was very close to the top.

“Why did you call Goran?” I asked.

“I didn’t call, my phone rang”, he replies seriously.

Since I know both of them, I have trust in them both. During the descent, I walked with Milenko. Again, I started the story about that telephone call. He showed me the received calls list.

“You can see that I’ve received a call from Goran at 1:10 PM”.

And, he was right. When we came down to the hotel, he wanted to show the call he received, but it was gone from the telephone.


Up there, on the Siljak top, the stories say that the electromagnetic fields are odd. They form the opening in the time and space. The mobile phones show the time of several years ago, and sometimes the time from the future. The photography catches some unusual phenomena. The recordings on the mobile phones disappear after the owners come back, to the civilization.

There are documented cases of the Yugoslav War Aviation, several decades ago, which say that while flying over Rtanj the aircraft control table and the entire aircraft become fully magnetized which caused the future normal flight to be done. The Google Map would show Rtanj as invisible.

Unusual energy phenomena, the spherical electromagnetic lightning, strange flying objects, just add on the new arguments to the mystery of Rtanj’s energy.


Goran, our electro-communication engineer (exactly what is necessary for Rtanj, electro and communication), brings the instruments and starts the measurements ten meters from the very top. Right next to the entrance to the vertical passage.

Today it’s a hole, seven meters deep. After, it gets horizontal, and according to Sasa, it keeps going horizontal, and then again go down to the bottom of Rtanj, as its asserted by the article in the Geography Society of Serbia too.

However, the beginning of the horizontal passage is covered, with the church’s stones. The Yugoslav Army soldiers didn’t have an easy assignment imposed by their superiors. What were they hiding?

I recalled the Spanish conquistadores. If something isn’t understood, and it’s the result of a more intelligent civilization, it’s proclaimed as the “work of the devil” and get’s destroyed.


The electro-impulse was visibly amazing. At regular intervals, there was a strange noise. The magnetic aspect of the electromagnetism is missing. Well, this is the same thing happening as it is on the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun. The Orgone energy is next measurement we’ll do. (Orgone or life energy is the ability to absorb the electromagnetic energy. As much is a space or animal being, having healthier parameters, with the production of the life energy, the level of the orgone energy is higher. The pointer hammered on the 100%. Once again, the same recordings as on the Bosnian Pyramids and the Tunnels Ravne and Ravne 2.

On that evening, Goran reported on the preliminary results. He has recorded the existence of the Tesla Scalar Waves over the Rtanj top.


The engineer Goran Marjanovic concludes, after the performed measurements on April 9, 2017:

“The Magnet and Electrodynamics research, April 2017, mission: “Rtanj”, Serbia, conducted on April 9, 2017… show the deep connection, analogy and numerical accordance of the physical parameters of Rtanj with the radiation parameters of 28 kHz frequency…with the measurements were taken by Nikola Tesla.   

The Mountain Rtanj rises abruptly from the plain in the shape of the body limited by almost correct triangle making a “pyramidal object” of an extraordinary geometry and structure (correct hollows, various underground disciplines, and clusters, different mechanical, magnetic and electric conductivities, giving very specific characteristics of the multidimensional resonance). The foothill is composed of sandstone and rocks, in higher parts the limestone. All water flows through the limestone, dives, and then in the lower parts erupts in wells by the mountain’s grid.

This “mechanism of the complex water flows in combination with the geometry and the structural matrix of Rtanj is making very sophisticated, subtle energy machine, most probably built with the technologies unknown to us. Adding the phenomena aspect of the subtle energy type show the value Sc = 0.5 pointing to the presence of the “Scalar Field”, registered with the modern equipment, as it’s the value Or >> 100 which points to the EXTREMELY high level of the orgone energy, recorded with the “Experimental gauge of the life energy” indicating that the measurement is higher than the average level."


After you climb it, Rtanj is according to the materials the mountain. Simply explainable geology. The traces of the doings of the Homo Sapiens as we know it, are missing.

However, Rtanj has many elements of the pyramid. Three-sided, pointed, pyramidal top. One side is looking to the South, the other two have the correct orientation with the north-west and northeast. It has the water energy, which is constantly moving. Stratigraphy which is the combination of different degree of the conductivity. The vertical, energy chimney, has the inserted horizontal part, the regulator. The resonance chamber inside it.

On the top of Rtanj, the Siljak peak, the values of the orgone energy are high. The Tesla torsion fields, or Tesla scalar wave’s, are recorded. They are the cause of the unusual energy occurrences including the distortion of the time and space.   

The pyramids are energy machines. The ratio between the natural and artificial is less important. Is it 50% - 50%, or 80% - 20%, or 20% - 80%. What is important is what is the energy result emitted by these elevations, whether they’re mostly artificial, or most natural.

What is significant is who are the cosmic architects, or engineers, surveyors, builders, cosmic watchmakers, which had the required, very specific frequencies?

Only if the scope of our senses is much bigger, we could see the focused energy beams, tearing our usual ambient fields and leave…where to? What disturbances and changes they provoke in the energies above and around us? When will we develop the scientific instruments to understand these phenomena in a better way?


Yet on the way to the Siljak top, I stopped and united with its energy.


The Rtanj origin is related to the intelligent, invisible “natural” forces, from the ancient history. They’ve shaped the sides of Rtanj with easiness, almost with a one move. And then continued to arrange the surrounding mountain tops.


One question remains, is there deep under Rtanj a “device” installed, which creates the signal and employs all available natural elements to amplify and sent it above.

However, the same question is related to all other pyramids of the world.

Thursday, 04 May 2017 07:37


26th and 27th of April 2017

Birgitte Knaus dispelled with scientific evidence any doubt about the Discovery of ancestral Pyramids in Bosnia and Herzegovina. In a splendid lecture, she gave a wide knowledge of the mysteries of the Valley of the Pyramids, made up of the pyramids of the Sun, Moon, Dragon and Love, completing them through the Temple of Mother Earth, which in its structure can be considered the Fifth pyramid of the constellation.                                                             

Documented with dozens of photographs and aerial images, she developed her entire 3-hour presentation from a scientific approach, contributing research results with advanced technology instrumentation, used by researchers of worldwide prestige. He delved into mathematical aspects with projection into space, emphasized the measurements of the particles emitted by each pyramid, which can be seen by means of geo-thermographic images and explained the laboratory results of the composition of the giant rectangular blocks that constitute the structure of these ancestral buildings. Naturally and as it supposed of a natural researcher, she sent interesting questions and hypotheses about the purpose of the pyramids in general.

At the moment, everything indicates that Dr. Sam Osmanagich has revealed the oldest Pyramids found on Planet Earth to Humanity - and we speak in this case of an antiquity of more than 30,000 years. Thanks to his strong perseverance and courage he managed to attract legions of volunteers from all over the Planet to advance the archaeological excavations, in order to document that the History of Antiquity should be rewritten. And in this process, the speaker of this conference, is an eyewitness, as an assiduous volunteer, of many discoveries, experiencing the emotions of the disclosure of many mysteries. Now, Birgitte explains the scientific conclusions reached by experts from different university disciplines with great satisfaction and conveys her personal anecdotes with great enthusiasm.

This first time event in Madrid was celebrated on April 26, 2017 in the Salons of the Hotel El Madroño, in the central district of Salamanca before half a hundred listeners, promoted and publicized by the website and Facebook of <Apuntes de Humanidad>.

On 27 April, Birgitte Knaus was invited to give another, more summarized conference, by the Society of Parapsychology of Madrid in the Conference Hall of its Headquarters, which is the Casa de Cantabria and also had an attentive public, with an assiduous interest in giving exclusive conferences, proposed by the Host Society. Both events have aroused such curiosity in Madrid, that many attendees have decided to travel to Visoko, to visit the Pyramids and to know more about the numerous research reports made by many renowned scientists. Some people will do so through Birgitte Knaus´s website:

The public in Madrid was able to enjoy the knowledge about the Pyramids of Bosnia first hand by the official representative of the Spanish-speaking Birgitte Knaus, as a result of a "chance" meeting between her and Rita Fritschi, representative of the “Secrets of the Book of Knowledge”, outside of the Ravne tunnels, near the Pyramid of the Sun in Visoko, a few days before the Summer Solstice of 2016 and they were presented to each other by the guide Haris Delibasic.

Quote from the “Book of Knowledge”, page 446:

"The Secret of the Pyramids is the Secret of the Universe. The Secret of the Universe is the Secret of the Human Being. And the Secret of Human Being is hidden in Your Planet ...... .. "

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