This weekend's nice weather at the Park in Ravne attracted also the group of twenty junior scouts, members of the Scout Union "Visoko". For them the visits and stays in the nature aren't unknown activity, therefore, this visit connected the pleasure with activity - being in nature and listening a presentation getting. new knowledge on the particular matter from nature, which they were able to hear from Dr. Sam Osmanagich.
The story on megalithic circles, meditation platforms, but also on the preservation of the nature and our relation to it has brought the smile on the faces of the youngest of scouts. At the end, all of them, impressed and full of new knowledge left the Park Ravne promising that they will remain as regular visitors and remaining as the ones which will take care of this pearl of the nature, located just few minutes from the centre of the Visoko city.
Last winter days, fifteen workers of the "Archaeological Park: Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun" Foundation, used for intensified works at the Ravne location.
One team worked on the reconstruction of the Foundation's Museum. After the rock fall behind the building and destroyed one of the Museum's wall, the renovation is close to its end. A new supporting timbers and plasterboards are mounted as well as the new whitewash. During the next week the new glass boxes will arrive, the shelves will be mounted and the artifacts placed back where they belong. The opening of the Museum is expected by the end of March 2017.
The house for the ticket sale at the entrance to the Underground labyrinth Ravne is also getting a different look through remodeling. It's fully insulated now and it will lower winter electrical bills. After installation of the net and glue, the walls are whitewashed. Following is the installation of new electrical outlets, floor tiles and after that, exterior protection and the paint job. The installation of the cabinet, shelves and placing of the books, DVD's and souvenirs is expected for the last weekend of March.
Behind the Museum's building the supporting wall is in the process of installment to prevent further rock fall. The fundaments are filled with concrete and the reinforcement bars are installed, which later will be filled with the concrete in order to support the rocks. The finish of these works is also expected by the end of March.
The height of the electrical cables is corrected by adding the supporting pillars. On the one of the Foundation parking lots next to the access to the Ravne tunnels the new poles with the protective wire are installed. This parking will be closed during the night. Namely, every morning, piles of garbage are found here due to the night visitations.
In the Underground Labyrinth Ravne the works on replacement of the wooden support is continued. With each day passing, the safety in the prehistorical passages is raised to a higher level.
In Park "Ravne 2" the stone installations are refreshed spreading the access roads and the interior of the installations with the gravel.
After the termination of the works in March the continuation of the maintenance of all locations follows. This refers primarily to the reinforcement of the road which leads to the Park "Ravne 2" and the drainage channels. This year’s works on the maintenance and renovation due to the long and cold winter are evidence of the necessity for the huge financial means in order to preserve the tourist-archaeological destinations.
The Foundation proudly emphasizes that these costs will have been self-funded without any financial assistance from any governmental level.
Following numerous visits recorded in the past days at the sites of the Underground tunnels and the Park „Ravne 2“, we had a visit of the Zenica-Doboj Canton's Assembly Representative, Kemal Musinbegovic, a great friend of the Foundation. Mr. Musinbegovic had a first chance to visit in company of Dr. Sam Osmanagich the part of the Park "Ravne 2". After the visit, he didn't hide the amusement with the things seen and he promised help at the Zenica-Doboj Canton Assembly.
-The work of Dr. Osmanagich is something unbelievable and praiseworthy. I'm astonished with what I saw here, by the design and arrangement of everything. This is really an unbelievable location for leisure and relaxation, and as a Representative of the Canton Assembly I will put an effort that the Foundation and Dr. Osmanagich get the support from this Canton Body. - Musinbegovic said.
According to his words in future periods, the representatives and councillors of the Zenica-Doboj Canton Assembly should pay a visit to these localities and convince themselves at the site on what has been done, on the numbers of the visitors, but as well on the importance of this locality, not only for Visoko and the Zenica-Doboj Canton, but for the whole country as well. After this visit it is expected to have Conclusions of the Assembly, but also to have the proclamation by the Representatives of the Archaeological-Touristic Park "Ravne 2" as the location of the extreme touristic and archaeological interest of the Zenica-Doboj Canton.
Archaeological-Touristic Park “Ravne 2” in Visoko was filled on March 18, 2017 with the harmony, love and wonderful melodies.
This year's first concert of the spiritual music has gathered 150 visitors from Slovenia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Germany, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Denmark, Cyprus, United States of America, Macedonia, Netherlands and Great Britain which enjoyed in relaxing gong vibrations and the wonderful voices of the two artists from the Czech Republic, Yani and Karel.
The concert was organized in order to salute the upcoming spring. The nice weather fulfilled the magical moments of the stay in Park "Ravne 2" from where the messages of the peace, love and unity were sent again.
The Archaeological-Touristic Park "Ravne 2" is slowly becoming a synonym for relaxation, harmony with the nature and a place for meeting of all nationalities and nations.
An incredible showcase of public artwork and an enticing mystery to conspiracy theorists, crop circles have been in the news for decades.
Crop circle sightings spiked in the 1970s, as intricate geometric patterns began appearing on farmland throughout the English countryside. Some believed UFOs were beaming down from space and creating the designs, while others suspected scientifically undetectable bursts. With no eyewitnesses, speculation grew.
One proven way to make crop circles is by using a stomper, which according to Live Science consists of a plank of wood with a rope attached on both ends. Farmers -- or impassioned public artists -- hold the ends of the rope and stop the plank underneath their foot. Then they move the plank to a new spot and repeat. The process knocks over the plants and makes for some incredible patterns.
Most crop circles share some common characteristics. They usually consist of circular shapes and can be found on farms with easy access to roads. Crop circles are an amazing phenomenon that looks beautiful up from any angle, whether you chose to believe the extraterrestrial theories or not.
Scientists have devised a radical plan to use the sun as a massive telescope, tapping into an effect known as gravitational lensing to view alien worlds in ultra-high resolution.
The plan, revealed by scientists at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory during a recent workshop, could allow us to glimpse exoplanets in unprecedented detail, revealing their ‘surface features and signs of habitability.’
While most systems now rely on just a few pixels to view distant worlds, a device of this kind would essentially use the sun’s gravity as a magnifying glass to achieve 1000x1000 pixel imaging
Bosnian Valley of the Pyramids represents the biggest complex of pyramidal structures in the World. It consists of Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun (with its height of over 220 meters is bigger than Cheops Pyramid), Bosnian Pyramid of the Moon (190 meters), Pyramid of Bosnian Dragon (90 meters), Temple of Mother Earth and Pyramid of Love.
Pyramids of Sun, Moon and Dragon form perfect equilateral triangle with 2.170 meters distance between their tops. All pyramids are oriented toward the cosmic North. Fifty-five leading scientists from 13 countries concluded during First International Scientific Conference on Bosnian Valley of the Pyramids in August 2008 that Bosnian pyramids are archaeological phenomenon and further scientific investigation is needed.
Geo-radar and thermal analysis confirmed existence of passageways and chambers inside the pyramids. Sample analysis of rectangular blocks from the Bosnian pyramid of the Sun at Institutes for materials in Bosnia, Italy and France have confirmed that they were man-made as concrete blocks of exceptional quality. According to the radiocarbon datings (Poland, 2011) and pedological analysis (Bosnia, 2006) pyramids are built over 10.000 years ago. Underground labyrinth is tens of kilometers long and consists of passageways, chambers and artificial lakes.
Anthropologist Dr.sci. Semir Osmanagic established a hypothesis about the pyramids and underground tunnels existence in April 2005 and started investigation. Non-profit “Archaeological Park: Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun” Foundation was established in 2006. and continued research. Bosnian Valley of the Pyramids has become a most active archaeological site in the world and attracts tens of thousands of tourists every year in Visoko, Bosnia-Herzegovina.
The beginning of the concert and music activities in the Archaeological-Touristic Park "Ravne 2" is planned for this weekend, exactly on March 18, 2017. The honour to open this part of the season will have the artist from the Czech Republic with their show.
In other words, on Saturday from 3:30 PM on the central stage of the park "Ravne 2" there will be a concert with the title „Spring Quinox Concert“ played by Yani and Karel Kekši from the Czech Republic, and the concert is a sort of a „message of love for the world“.
After the concert at Ravne, in the organisation by the Foundation's friend, Daniela Bohata, or how she calls herself Daniela Bosnia, an interesting music workshop will be held at the Hotel Pyramid of the Sun. This is also the invitation for everybody to visit on Saturday the Park "Ravne 2" to relax and enjoy the music on which they don't usually hear and which they don't have an opportunity to listen.
One of the many dear friends of the "Archaeological Park: Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun" Foundation, but also of the entire country is Daniela Bohata, Professor of English language from Zlin in Czech Republic, and according to her words she's enjoying the beauties of our country for several years now. Besides the enjoyment, Daniela has been promoting in her homeland the natural and touristic beauties of Bosnia, and her visit to Visoko was an opportunity to get to know this charming Czech.
- Eight years ago I was fortunate to visit Bosnia for the first time and fall in love with it. Bosnia is my love and every year I spend a lot of the time in this wonderful country. Speaking of Visoko and the project succesifully run by Dr. Semir Osmanagich, my first visit here was a few years ago and as every tourist does I've decided to visit the tunnels Ravne. After the visit I've felt great. One thing I would like to mention here is that I had big problems with my thyroid and asthma, and the doctors pronounced that I'll be taking medicines until I am alive. This I couldn't accept therefore, I brought the decision to change my lifestyle but also to start with the spiritual healing. - Daniela said.
Aside from feeling better during each visit to the tunnels and being in them, Daniela has lost in the time all the problems with the thyroid, but with asthma too. After a few visits she's got in contact with Dr. Osmanagich and decided to switch her job from an English professor in Zlin with a job of a "promoter of touristic beauties of Bosnia".
Until now I've translated one of Semir's books, and at the moment I am working on the second one. Soon, depending on the finances, I intend to translate and publish an interesting book, a tourist guide on Bosnia beauties. Besides this, every year I'm bringing with me tourists' groups from the Czech Republic and other countries, with the intention to increase the numbers of the visitors. So, already for this summer, August to be exact, I plan to have a bigger touristic tour named "Seven Wonders of Bosnia-Herzegovina", in which, besides Visoko we would pay a visit to Bjelasnica, Mostar, Daorson... – Daniela revealed.
She thinks that the Visoko project is important and huge global project, and that Dr. Osmanagich is thirty years ahead of his time and people, which don't really understand all he's been doing. Except the translations and organisation of the tourist visits, Daniela is designing the music part of the program in the new Park "Ravne 2" and all she does can be seen also on her official website: www.danielabosna.com.
“Archaeological-Touristic Park Ravne 2” became richer with an another installation. The workers of the "Archaeological Park: Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun” Foundation have installed on March 13, 2017, seven concrete spheres in the second valley of the Park. This is a creation of a mini park, which alerts the visitors on the phenomenon of the stone spheres around the world.
In other words, curiously old stone spheres are found in Costa Rica, Mexico, Easter Islands, New Zealand, Russia, Turkey, Tunisia, Egypt, Albania, Croatia, Serbia... They consist of different materials: volcanic, granite, sandstone, limestone...
The Foundation has been researching this phenomenon for 12 years on the Bosnian grounds. Until now, the stone spheres are registered on 20 locations all around Bosnia, from Zavidovići, Gračanica, Žepče, Vareš, Kakanj, to Teočak, Banja Luka, Velike Kladuša, Zenica, Konjic and other towns.
The bilingual posters with photos are placed at the mini park, therefore, the visitors will be able to educate themselves about this phenomenon. Five spheres are placed in the pentagram shape, which symbolically represents a human (head, arms, legs), but as well as the physical and spiritual world (four elements of the creation – water, air, earth, fire, plus spiritual dimension). Two stones are placed in the creek, what symbolizes their location in the vicinity of the water and energetically potent spots.
The spheres at the Park “Ravne 2” are made of cast concrete and weight 2.200 kg. It was necessary to use the modern technology for the transport and installment, the truck and the excavator. How have the ancient builders shaped the spherical globes and transferred them, with a reminder that the largest stone sphere on the world weights 37 tons and it is discovered near Zavidovići, remains unexplained.
The donors for this installation at the Park are Czech Doctors Peter and Slavka Hajduk, the owners of the “Aura Medical Clinic” from Prague.
Dubai: Wondering how the UAE is receiving an extended spell of rain, unlike anything the country has experienced over the last few years?
Well, a Dubai-based scientist claims he has a hand in it.
A longtime resident of the UAE, the scientist who has spent his entire life in the research and development of weather-enhancing systems, claims he has made a breakthrough which has the potential of turning a desert into a green oasis.
Professor Yuri Tkatchenko, who is a partner and scientific director at Magnetic Technologies, says that the sporadic spells of showers that hit different parts of the country recently were a result of his trials.
He says he has developed a system that can draw in rain clouds from as far away as North Africa and Brazil.
“I started my research 25 years ago and today I can present proof that we can influence the weather system and draw in rain-yielding clouds to a target area. Not only that, with our technology we can help reduce dust in the air and improve health as well as increasing traffic safety by dissipating fog,” said Prof Tkatchenko, speaking exclusively with Gulf News as he switched on his generator in Dubai that he claims can improve the chances of rain significantly.
The Russian scientist says he has built on an idea developed by his compatriots during the 1970s and 1980s, sucking in rain clouds through electric ion-generating stations.
“In winter, the sky in the UAE is mostly hazy and dusty, which our ion generator can change. The generator can send the dust higher and form it into beautiful clouds. And with additional clouds drawn in from other regions, the temperature drops and the chances of rain increases,” he added.
So how does the system work?
According to Tkatchenko, the breakthrough is achieved by altering the presence of positive and negative ions in the atmosphere.
“Naturally, every atmosphere has both positive and negative ions at varying degrees. A rainforest usually has abundance of negative ions, which is why the air is so clean and pure there. But in a desert atmosphere, there is usually an imbalance of ions, with positive ions being in excess while the negative ions are in very small quantity. So, what we do is generate negative ions in millions to charge the clouds,” said Tkatchenko.
Explaining the process of influencing the weather system, he added: “The speed of the ions is like speed of light, so these ions generated in Dubai are capable of charging clouds in Africa, in other Middle Eastern countries or even in Europe and drawing them into the UAE.”
He said that the negative ions are important for a healthy atmosphere and it will help get rid of dust-borne diseases like asthma, bronchitis as well as throat infection.
Tkatchenka claims that the overcast skies and sporadic spells of rain seen in the UAE over the last four weeks were a result of his efforts and with more stations and support from the government, the results could be better.
“Over the last four weeks and with just one station, we have demonstrated our ability to manipulate and open up corridors across Europe and Africa, enabling us to draw from Atlantic cloud systems. This can work more effectively if a series of ion generators are set up around the country. For a city of the size of Dubai, around five to six stations would be required to have the maximum impact and, to influence the weather system of the entire country, we will need at least 50 generators,” said Tkatchenko.
The critical component of any rain-enhancement strategy is to maximise the capture, the sustainable clean storage and its treatment and then the efficient redistribution and use of rain, said Garry De La Pomerai, head of Project Development at Magnetic Technologies, adding that the UAE and the GCC needs a designed catchment system to make best use of the rain.
Stating that a collaboration is required between the systems of ‘ionisation’ and cloud seeding, he said that his firm is in talks with several government authorities to make a better use of the technology.
“The ‘cloud seeding’ industry can only benefit from this process of building and manipulating rain cloud. Without cloud, seeding cannot take place. It is a perfect partnership,” said De La Pomerai.
How it works
Corona discharge of electrodes from the ion generator leads to the ionisation of the air above the generator.
Under the influence of an electric field, the ionised air rises, thus providing a constant flow of air to the generator from the adjacent horizontal air mass then rising as charged ionised air.
Water molecules are an electrical dipole and therefore a high concentration of electrical charges in the air is multiplied which increases probability of moisture condensation.
The latent heat is released by condensation, ionised air is then heated and its vertical movement is increased as an electrical wind.
Each water molecule is formed around a particle, therefore the air pollution is actually contained within the water molecules forming air moisture.
The molecules as dipoles are charged by the ionic generator, which when charged are pumped upwards within the electrical wind, continue upwards to the lower stratosphere, breaking through the inverse layer, where natural high level air currents carry and disperse the moisture molecules naturally.
“And then an email came from a Canadian who told me he was a third-generation gold prospector in the Canadian Rockies. And he said that they extract gold out of granite. This is granite rock, by the way [in the projector image].
“He said it’s very easy to explain, because, ‘once we take a rock, we crush it, we process it, we extract the gold, and when we leave for winter, we leave behind what you can describe as a wet cement, concrete sludge. When we come back after winter, this concrete sludge has hardened, and often we find animal footprints and bird footprints in it that have gone hard. And unless you knew that this was soft granite mixture, you’d be very confused.’ And that is a very easy, simple way of explaining what possibly happened, here.
“And then I discovered that granite powder . . . is apparently a component of epoxy: glue. And the plot proverbially thickens.
“So, what is the common denominator here? The word is gold. And we cannot get away from that mysterious obsession of humanity: gold.”
- Michael Tellinger
“Michael Tellinger gives a presentation at Hidden History Conference ICBP 2014“
Long have I heard about the Bosnian Pyramids discovered by Dr. Sam Osmanagich. During a recent visit to St. Petersburg, Dr. Sam invited me to visit him in Bosnia. We agreed March 2017 was a convenient time for both of us. My friend, physicist Oleg Smirnov accompanied me on this adventure. Dr. Sam met us in Sarajevo. The three of us immediately drove to where the pyramids are settled, the village of Visoko. When we arrived, from the other side of the river, Dr. Sam pointed out the Pyramid of the Sun. He paid attention to its triangular shape and how the exact orientation of the faces correspond to the cardinal points, which is similar to the orientation of the Egyptian pyramids. Then, we drove up to the base of the Pyramid of the Sun and by the forest path, climbed to the excavation place.
March 11, 2017, one day after the Press Conference where Dr. Konstantin Korotkov confirmed the existence of the Bosnian Pyramids (Source), Dr. Semir Osmanagich sent me an email. He asked me if I could try to include an article from SarajevoTimes that was about the confirmation by Dr. Korotkov. I wrote that I would try, and I made a small plan. First, I would try to edit the Wikipedia-article and include it there, and if they removed it, then I would try with the diplomatic way – with discussions. As we all know, the Wikipedia-article on the Bosnian Pyramids is really subjective, and it would have been nice to have a balance to the article. Previously I have tried three times, now, one year later, I return to try the fourth time. Last time I got banned for three months. I could not edit the Wikipedia-articles regarding the Bosnian Pyramids, and if I did I would get blocked they would suspend my account.
Dear Members of Foundation's International Advisory Board,
For the knowledge of all, I would like to show the pyramid we have made here, similar to the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun in proportion, which is 4.0 m high, 6.28 m at the base .
It was m ade with pultruded profiles (resin reinforced with fiberglass), concrete boxes in the supports with quartz crystal as a large aggregate to facilitate even more the flow of soil energy. The pyramid is located on the wind hill, Picada Café city, state of R io G rande do S ul, south of B razil near Porto Alegre City (Capital). Not yet completed.
Following are two links, one to see the pyramid and the other to see a pendulum test (dowsing) showing that it is working and with a lot of energy. Mr. Martini's friend used a pendulum to demonstrate the energy inside the pyramid.
Several people have visited the place and we told them about pyramids in Bosnia and we suggest to them that they will visit when they can
Link 1 - the pyramid
Link 2 - energy demonstrated with pendulum
Eng. Genésio Hugo de Souza
The Bosnian Pyramids were discovered in 2005, by Dr. Semir Osmanagich. Dr. Osmanagich later established the Archaeological Park: Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun Foundation, which has been researching the Bosnian Pyramids for twelve years now. Moreover, the foundation has spent thousands of hours on research of the Bosnian Valley of the Pyramids. With all this, hundreds of researchers have visited the pyramids in Visoko, and conducted their own research, often with their own artificial instruments. Most of them have conducted that there is something special regarding the pyramids in Visoko, and that they should be researched more. With Dr. Konstantin Korotkov confirming the Bosnian Pyramids, March 10, 2017, it is time for the scientific community to take this project seriously: Dr. Korotkov confirming the Bosnian Pyramids.
Director of the popular science magazine “WM Magazine” from Czech Republic, Jiri Matejka, has given an interview to the Czech radio station. He was describing archaeological excavation in Visoko, Bosnia-Herzegovina:
“Bosnian Pyramids are the largest archaeological project in the world. Visoko is visited by thousands of people from around the World every year. They are all united in the same goal: to witness this great discovery.
In an interview Jiri Matejka described other discoveries of pyramids in Europe, pyramids in Northern Italy and the mythical mountain Rtanj in Serbia. The pyramids were created thousands of years ago by a universal project. According to Matejka, “Pyramids and their energy were produced for the benefit of all people throughout the world”.
SARAJEVO, March 10, 2017. - It's doubtless that the Bosnian Pyramids and tunnels are the remains of an unknown, highly developed civilization, and presence inside the Prehistorical tunnels Ravne effects positively with a measurable activity on the emotional and physiological condition of all who visit.
This is only a part of the conclusions given by the most famous world expert in the area of the scientific instruments developed for energy recordings of places and living beings, Prof. Dr. Konstantin Korotkov.
Accompanied by the Deputy Director of the Development Department of the Institute for Atomic Physics from Moscow, nuclear physician Oleg Smirnov, Korotkov visited Visoko during March 5 to March 10 and used EPC/GDV technique to perform the recordings at the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun, Bosnian Pyramid of the Moon, tumulus in Vratnica, Prehistorical underground labyrinth Ravne and the "Archaeological-Touristic Park Ravne 2". Besides the environment, the measurements were done on visitors, before and after the tunnel visit, and the water analysis from several locations, too.
Also, Korotkov concluded that the level of the energetical activity at all pyramid sites and the tunnels is in the beneficial range for human health.
Professor Konstantin Korotkov is a quantum physicist and computer science engineer. He is a professor at the Department of Computer Science and Biophysics at the State University for Information Technology, Mechanics and Optics in Sent Petersburg, Russia. He is the Deputy Director of the Research Institute for Health in Sent Petersburg. He is the Chairman of the Association for medicinal and applied bioelectrography.
He has published more than 200 scientific articles in leading international magazines in physics and biology. He owns 17 patents in the field of biophysics. He has presented in 43 countries and participated in more than 100 international conferences. He is the author of nine books translated into several languages.
His EPC/GDV technique is accepted by the Russian Ministry of Health and is certified in Europe and used by more than 1000 doctors all around the world. He researched many megalithic locations in the world as well as the energy of the Egyptian and Mexican Pyramids.
- The efforts of Dr. Osmanagich should be supported by everyone on scientific, governmental and humanitarian levels. This discovery equals with the discovery of the Pharaonic thumbs in Egypt and pyramids of the Mayans and Aztec in Central America, Korotkov stated at the end of his visit in Bosnia-Herzegovina.
This way, Professor Korotkov joined list of distinguished scientists who acknowledged existence of Bosnian Pyramids.
- First one to do it was Egyptian geologist Dr. Aly Barakat in 2006 after 42 days of investigation in Visoko, Bosnia (“Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun is a man-made pyramid”).
- Triple Ph.D. in archaeology, Dr. Nabil Swelim, after two years of research claimed: ”Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun is the biggest pyramid in the World”. (2007)
- Russian geophysicist, academician Prof. Dr. Oleg Khavroshkin concluded that “Bosnian Pyramids have the shape, geometry and seismic values like Egyptian Pyramids. (2007)
- American archaeologist Prof. Dr. Ezra Zubrow from Buffalo State University: “You need to find out who built Bosnian Pyramids, when the Bosnian pyramids were built, and what is connection between underground tunnels and pyramids”. (2010)
- Russian pyramid-builder Valery Uvarov: “Bosnian pyramids are 30 times stronger than modern Russian pyramids” (2012)
- American astrophysicist Dr. Paul LaViolette: “Discovery of the Bosnian Pyramids is one of the biggest discoveries in archaeology, ever.” (2014)
- Serbian Electrical Engineer Goran Marjanovic, after five years of measurements: ”Objects in Bosnian Valley of the Pyramids have very careful lay out in other to amplify energies and generate torsion fields on the top of the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun” (2016)
Prof.dr. Konstantin Korotkov
Professor Korotkov with Dr. Sam Osmanagich at the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun, March 2017
Professor Korotkov at the Bosnian Pyramid of the Moon
English video from 2:30
Long and cold winter followed by extremely low temperatures in December and January caused the erosion of the soil above the Museum of the "Archaeological Park: Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun" Foundation and rock fall which damaged the wall of the Museum's building. The renovation is ongoing and it's expected that in the in several weeks the Museum will be again open to the public.
Opportunity to visit the Museum and to see the enclosed discovered showpieces as well as to hear the presentation of Dr. Osmanagich was made available to the Minister of the tourism and environment, Edita Djapo, and also to the famous Russian physicist Prof. Dr. Konstantin Krotkov.
Members of the International Advisory Board (IAB) of the "Archaeological Park: Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun" Foundation, Aafke Douma and Rob Heiliger from the Netherlands, with great effort promote the research project on the Bosnian Pyramids at their homeland. In the past few months, they've organized four presentations on the Bosnian Valley of the Pyramids, inviting the countrymen to visit this magical site.
The presentations took place in Groningen in front of 60 visitors, Beergen (60) and Zeijen (110), and on February 26, 2017 the news on the research of the Europe's oldest pyramids were presented in Joure in front 120 attendees.
- The reactions of the audience are extremely positive and we are certain that many Dutch will head towards Visoko in this year too– Rob said.
Rob and Aafke presented the Bosnian Pyramids from several different angles: scientific, spiritual, medicinal, as well as from the personal perspective, having in mind that they are visiting Visoko on the regular basis bringing the interested parties and admirers with them into ancient history.