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Human foot has not been there for 5.000 years. Exciting mission in the water filled underground tunnels in Bosnia. World tennis player No.1 Novak Đoković and Bosnian Pyramid discoverer Dr Sam Semir Osmanagich search for vanished civilization.

Wednesday, 15 September 2021 11:11

Bosnia believes it is home to the largest man-made pyramids in the world. The man who claims to have discovered them is entrepreneur Semir Osmanagic. He's been advancing his theory based on several excavations over the past 15 years. He says the structures were built 34 thousand years ago by an ancient community in the Balkans. However, many people are not convinced. Geologists say the hills are just natural formations. But skepticism hasn't stopped the site from becoming a major tourist attraction with thousands of visitors each year including high-profile stars like Serbian tennis champion Novak Djokovic. Some even believe the tunnels beneath the pyramids have a supernatural effect on people. Aksel Zaimovic went to find out for himself. Plus, this week, Across the Balkans visited the town of Rovinj. It has seen more visitors each day this month than before the COVID-19 pandemic, becoming the most visited place in Croatia. It has overtaken more well-known tourist destinations like Dubrovnik, Split and Zagreb. Why? Well, it's got a few things working in its favour. It's close to the Italian and Slovenian borders, it's on the UK's green list and it seems to have found a way of doing tourism sustainably. But those facts are no substitute for just experiencing the place itself. Mirna Brekalo is there to find out how Rovinj has made itself more appealing than the rest of Croatia. Across The Balkans, hosted by Nafisa Latic, is TRT World’s programme that focuses specifically on the issues and fault lines shaping Southeast Europe today.

Wednesday, 15 September 2021 08:13

Healing testimonials from Reikhorn (Denmark) after visiting Bosnian Pyramids in Visoko, Bosnia-Herzegovina.

Thursday, 09 September 2021 20:39

"YOU SHOULD BE IN JAIL, YOU CREATED THE VIRUS" Rand Paul UNLEASHES on Dr Fauci in Congress Petition to Indict Dr. Fauci Garners over 27,000 Signatures

Friday, 03 September 2021 09:18

Pyramid researcher from France Dominique Jongbloed, devoted his Facebook page on Bosnian Pyramids and results of his investigation of this phenomenon. This page is aimed to French public and all those who speaks French,

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Tuesday, 31 August 2021 20:01

Dr. Jerry Tennant explains how voltage keeps viruses at bay.

Cells are designed to run at -25 mv of electron "donor". If the cell gets worn out or injured, then you need -50 mv to make a new one. The body has several different battery systems to provide the voltage necessary for the cells to function, to repair themselves, and also to help protect themselves from various infectious diseases.

It is important to understand that the "pH" of a cell or the "millivolts (mv)" of a cell are synonymous, so Dr. Tennant feels it is easier to talk in millivolts, rather than try to get your head around talking in pH numbers.

The next thing to understand, is that voltage is necessary to transfer and hold oxygen in a cell. If you take a straw and bubble oxygen into a glass of water, the amount of oxygen that will dissolve is dictated primarily by the voltage. The higher the voltage, the more oxygen goes into solution. If you lower the voltage, oxygen comes out of solution. Our cells are 90% water, so if you lose voltage in your cell, the oxygen is going to go away.

When oxygen drops, people often experience pain. Another thing that happens is that the efficiency of the cell drops. As oxygen and voltage drop more and more, various infections organisms come into play. Of the volumes of infectious organisms that exist inside and outside the body, a great majority only function when oxygen levels are low...also known as anaerobic or acidic or low pH or low voltage!

Viruses cannot duplicate themselves, unless the voltage inside the cell is low. If they cannot duplicate themselves, they die off.

Drs. Jerry Tennant and Chase Faldmo, from the Tennant Institute in Colleyville Texas share their theories on energy medicine, using PHYSICS to heal the body naturally. Call the Tennant Institute (972-580-1156) to schedule an appointment and determine how your total body voltage may be affecting your health. Dr. Tennant is the author of the "Healing is Voltage" book series, national speaker and award winning physician.

Monday, 30 August 2021 15:22

Nearly 2,000 years ago, the ancient people of Teotihuacan wrapped bunches of flowers into beautiful bouquets, laid them beneath a jumble of wood and set the pile ablaze. Now, archaeologists have found the remains of those surprisingly well-preserved flowers in a tunnel snaking beneath a pyramid of the ancient city, located northeast of what is now Mexico City. 

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Sunday, 29 August 2021 17:35

Spain’s Supreme Court made waves last week by becoming the first judicial authority in Europe to rule against the use of covid passports to restrict access to public spaces — specifically hospitality businesses (bars, restaurants and nightclubs). It is not the first Spanish court to come out against vaccine passports but it is the most important. So far, only five of Spain’s 17 autonomous regions – the Canary Islands, Ceuta and Melilla, Andalusia, Cantabria and Galicia – have proposed using vaccine passports to restrict access to public spaces. And all have been rejected by local judges.

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Thursday, 26 August 2021 09:26

Egypt has brought back an ancient statue of Nikaw-Ptah from Holland as the government works to recover many stolen antiquities from abroad.

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Tuesday, 17 August 2021 12:26

Member of EU Parliament Ivan Vilibor Sinčić will held the lecture in the Park Ravne 2 in Visoko on Tuesday, August 17th, 2021 from 16:30 untill 17:30.

Topics will be: Pandemic and climate change (in English).

Entrance is free.


Monday, 16 August 2021 10:37

Egypt has brought back an ancient statue of Nikaw-Ptah from Holland as the government works to recover many stolen antiquities from abroad.

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Wednesday, 11 August 2021 12:53

Dr Sam Osmanagich interviewed famous researcher and visionary from South Africa, Michael Tellinger. Amazing answers to most common and misunderstood aspects of our lives.

Tuesday, 10 August 2021 18:23

Leading Indian Musician, Singer and Actor Visited Bosnian Pyramids

Tuesday, 03 August 2021 16:21

This large group of medical experts publishes a medical newspaper on 500,000 copies every week, to inform the public about the massive misinformation in the mainstream media. They also organize mass protests in Europe, like the one on August 29, 2020 where 12 million people signed up and several millions actually showed up.

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Saturday, 31 July 2021 12:25

Bosnian Pyramid discoverer Dr Sam Osmanagich explains amazing astronomical aspect of the Bosnian Pyramids during the Summer Solstice day, June 21st. Shadow of the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun touches bottom of the southwest corner (foundation) of the Bosnian Pyramid of the Moon. Height of the shadow equals height of the Bosnian Pyramid of the Moon (190 m) observed from the top of the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun. On the other hand, shadow of the Bosnian Pyramid of Love completely covers Temple of the Mother Earth. Another undeniable proof that top of the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun had been used as oldest astronomical observatory!

Monday, 19 July 2021 08:11

Novak Djokovic, who won a sixth Wimbledon and record-equalling 20th major on Sunday, is regarded as a beloved sports hero in both his native Serbia and throughout the former Yugoslavia.

Tennis fans and the general public in the region, tormented by a series of wars in the 1990s that accompanied Yugoslavia's collapse, cheer for the Serb who is known for his humanitarian work as much as for his sports success.

Donations he made in 2014 to Croatia, Bosnia and Serbia, hit by catastrophic floods, as well as appeals to help them are still remembered.


At the time Djokovic said on Twitter that his "heart breaks" when he sees how many people had to be evacuated due to floods in Bosnia.

"Long live all the people of former Yugoslavia. May God be with you," he tweeted.

He made donations to Serbia to help fight the coronavirus pandemic but also donated ventilators to neighbouring Montenegro.

- 'Represents us all' -

"'Nole' represents us all, us Serbs, but also our neighbours Croats, Muslims, all," said bank employee Kristina Popovic.

"He is always there for us which explains his popularity everywhere in the region," the 27-year-old from Belgrade told AFP.

In Croatia and Bosnia, whose ties with Serbia remain tense since the 1990s wars, Djokovic is widely respected and liked.

For Semir Osmanagic, founder of Bosnia's controversial Pyramid Park, visited by Djokovic three times since mid-2020, the tennis star has "achieved more on communication and understanding between people (in former Yugoslavia) than some politicians ... who are mostly dividing us".

Djokovic, who is known for his new-age spiritual interests, hailed the site, which large number of people believe has healing powers, as a "paradise on earth".

Since Djokovic's visits thousands of Serbs have flocked there, Osmanagic said.

His father Srdjan Djokovic said in 2020 that his son considered all countries that emerged after Yugoslavia's break-up as his own.

"He never made any difference between them notably when there was a need to help people."

- 'Croatians are mine' -

Croatia's former Wimbledon champion Goran Ivanisevic is Djokovic's coach while local media often highlight that his mother is of Croatian origins.

The 34-year-old Serb often spends his summer vacation on Croatia's coast that he labelled a "jewel" and the "most beautiful in the world".

"I always felt good (in Croatia), people were always receiving me nicely and was always welcome," he told local media in 2019.

Like Croatians cheer for Djokovic, he himself backs top Croatian athletes as he did during the 2018 World Cup, where Croatia finished runners-up.

The same year, the then Croatian president Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic on Facebook described Djokovic as a "great man and athlete, to enter Wimbledon finals" and published a photo with him.

But his support of the Croatia squad, which he labelled "logical", sparked criticism in some media and on social networks in Serbia.

"Whom will I support if not Croatia? I simply feel that Croatians are mine," he told local media in 2019.

- Firm ties to Belgrade -

Djokovic has kept very firm ties to his native Belgrade where he frequently returns and meets his childhood friends.

Just days after his second victory at the French Open last month he arrived in the Serbian capital to attend the wedding of one of them.

"He never forgot his origins, that's why I like him even more," said pastry cook Nedeljko Savic.

Also, Djokovic has invested in Serbia where he has restaurants and notably a tennis centre in Belgrade which carries his name.

The Novak Tennis Centre, in the heart of the capital, will be the basis of a future tennis academy that Djokovic plans to set up.

He has also created the charitable Novak Djokovic Foundation, headed by his wife Jelena, supporting early childhood education.

Monday, 12 July 2021 16:03

Learn the truth from the Father of the Real Disclosure Project.! This documentary is Dr. Greer’s answer to the current government and media disinformation campaign promoting 3 big lies:

1. We do not know what these UAPs/ UFOs are. WE DO.
2. Humans cannot make craft that can maneuver like UFOs. WE CAN and WE DO.
3. The UFOs are a threat. THEY ARE NOT.

Tuesday, 06 July 2021 12:47

Bosnian Pyramid discoverer Dr Sam Osmanagich, Ph.D. spoke at Mohanji’s group retreat in Visoko, Bosnia in June 2021. He covered archaeological, scientific, energy, spiritual and healing aspects of the pyramid energy. Afterward, he lead meditation to the Center of the Universe and back

Sunday, 04 July 2021 11:52







Video clip from Visit to Bosnian Valley of the Pyramids 2014

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