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Science-Proof Fence Resoundingly Breached: 89 Scientific Papers Delivered at Five International Scientific Conferences on the Bosnian Pyramids

by Jock Doubleday
January 19, 2015

Australia's failed "Rabbit Proof Fence" (all three of them, actually) is the perfect model, or metaphor, for today's archaeological orthodoxy's failed attempt to contain scientific inquiry into recently discovered prehistoric pyramids in the heart of Bosnia-Herzegovina.

In April 2005, ancient civilizations author, entrepreneur, and globe-trotting explorer Semir Osmanagić discovered ancient pyramids in and near Visoko, Bosnia-Herzegovina, only 40 kilometers southeast of Zenica, where he was born.

The astonishing discovery of an ancient pyramid complex in what had been held by academia to be a young Europe was greeted by modern-day academics with disbelief, consternation, petitions against excavation, and professional and personal ridicule.

Salaried professors, laboriously and expensively degreed in "rise of agriculture" archaeology and anthropology, had no way of assimilating the news: the two tallest documented pyramids ever discovered on Earth stood like giants overlooking human-scale habitations and casting intimidating shadows over hunched and cloistered halls of academia.

An additional eight ancient structures would soon be discovered by Dr. Osmanagić in and near Visoko, Bosnia: two more pyramids, three tumuli, one crescent-shaped structure as large in volume as two Great Pyramids, and two prehistoric tunnel systems.

These ten ancient structures, along with the astonishing revelations at Göbekli Tepe, betokened the coming of a paradigm shift which would give humankind a completely different view of itself, a radical revisioning of history that would lead us toward a truer account of humankind's past here on planet Earth.

The ancient structures discovered by Dr. Osmanagić in and near Visoko have brought scientists from around the globe to investigate various aspects of the pyramid complex. So many scientific investigations have been performed, largely by independent researchers, that a series of Bosnian-based international scientific conferences was established in 2008 by Dr. Osmanagić: "The International Scientific Conferences on the Bosnian Pyramids - ICBP."

In spite of the ideologically entrenched archaeological and anthropological orthodoxies' 10-year attempt to shut down the Bosnian Pyramid Project, by whatever means, hundreds of scientists have traveled to Bosnia between April 2005 and January 2015 to study ancient pyramids and tunnels, which by estimates based on radiocarbon dating may have been built an astonishing 34,000 years ago.

These researchers' rigorous investigations at the Bosnian Pyramid Complex have resulted in the public presentation of 89 scientific papers at five scientific conferences in seven years.

Representatives of the archaeological and anthropological orthodoxies, at first so dogmatic, so vociferous, especially from 2005 to 2007, now sit in silence, like the Sphinx, as the teeming, inquiring, unorthodox rabbits of true science -- the science of enthusiasm, not depression, in the face of the new -- scuttle under, through, around, and over the "Science-Proof Fence" that elitist, arrogant, lazy, and self-important academicians throughout the world hastily and shoddily and haughtily built around the biggest and oldest documented ancient pyramid complex ever discovered on planet Earth.

Below are the titles of the 89 papers delivered thus far by intrepid researchers who have ignored dogmatic science and presented their findings at five official international scientific conferences on the Bosnian pyramids, in the years 2008, 2011, 2012, 2013, and 2014.

ICBP 2008

The First International Scientific Conference on the Bosnian Pyramids, August 25-30, 2008, Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina

1.         Dr. Nabil Mohamed Swelim (Egypt), President of the ICBP Conference, archaeologist, Egyptologist, pyramid researcher, member of the Archaeological Society of Alexandria, Alexandria, Egypt. Presentation title: "Pyramid Status: What Is a Pyramid?"

2.         Dr. Oleg B. Khavroshkin (Russia), Chairman of the Scientific Committee of the ICBP Conference, geophysicist, Schmidt Institute, member of Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia. Presentation title: "Seismical/Physical Structural Model of Egyptian Pyramids."

3.         Dr. Sam Semir Osmanagich (Bosnia/U.S.), Vice President of the ICBP Conference, anthropologist, history of civilizations researcher, pyramids researcher, founder of "Archaeological Park: Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun" nonprofit foundation in Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina. Presentation title: "The Bosnian Valley of the Pyramids."

4.         Dr. Mohamed Ibrahim Aly (Egypt), archaeologist and Egyptologist, Faculty of Arts, Ein-Shams University, Cairo, Egypt. Presentation title: "Funerary Complex of Zoser at Saqqara."

5.         Philip Coppens (U.K.), ancient civilizations researcher, author of New Pyramid Age. Presentation title: "The New Fire Ceremony: Kingship & Renewal as a Template for Pyramid Construction."

6.         Dr. Mostafa El Abbadi (Egypt), special guest of ICBP 2008, archaeologist and historian, University of Alexandria, Alexandria, Egypt, founder of the Library of Alexandria (Bibliotheca Alexandrina) Archaeological Society of Alexandria. Presentation title: "The Ancient Library of Alexandria – Pioneering the Universal."

7.         Dr. Mona Abd El-Ghany Aly Haggag (Egypt), special guest of the ICBP Conference, archaeologist, University of Alexandria, Alexandria, Egypt, manager at the Library of Alexandria, Archaeological Society of Alexandria. Presentation title: "Cosmopolitan trends in the Arts of Ptolemaic Egypt: Examples from Alexandria."

8.         Dr. Vladislav Tsyplakov (Russia), geophysicist, Schmidt Institute of Geophysics, member of Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia. Presentation title: "The First General Report of the Pyramid Research in Visoko – Seismic Geophysics Analysis."

9.         Dr. Ivan Simatovic (Croatia), electrical engineer, President of the Organizational Committee of the ICBP Conference, Krapina, Croatia; Eng. Visnja Dobric (Croatia), civil engineer and independent researcher. Presentation title: "Visocica (Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun) – Inclining Angles, Proportions and Analyses Found that Are Pointing Out that It Is an Artificial Pyramid-shaped Structure."

10.       Dr. Aly Abdulah Barakat (Egypt), geologist, E.M.R.A. (Egyptian Mineral Resources Authority), Cairo, Egypt. Presentation title: "Geological and Geo-Archaeological Observations on the Bosnian Pyramids in Visoko."

11.       Dr. Mohamed Ibrahim El Anbaawy (Egypt), geologist, Faculty of Science, Cairo University, Cairo, Egypt; Dr. Mona Fouad Ali, archaeologist, Faculty of Archaeology, Cairo University, Egypt. Presentation title: "Geo-Archaeological Analysis and Observations of the Bosnian Valley of the Pyramids."

12.       Dr. Muhamed Pasic (Bosnia), chemist, University of Zenica, Bosnia-Herzegovina. Presentation title: "Specific Composition, Structure and Material Properties of Visocica Hill (Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun) and Pljesivica Hill (Bosnian Pyramid of the Moon) near Visoko in Comparison to Surrounding Materials."

13.       Dr. Mona Fouad Ali (Egypt), archaeologist, Faculty of Archaeology, Cairo University, Cairo, Egypt; Dr. Abu Bakr Moussa, archaeologist, Faculty of Archaeology, Cairo University, Cairo, Egypt. Presentation title: "Diagnosis of Cement Materials between Conglomerate Blocks in the Bosnian Valley of the Pyramids."

14.       Eng. Enver Buza (Bosnia), geodesist, State Institute for Geodesy, Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina. Presentation title: "Analyses of the Landscape and Topography."

15.       Dr. Husnija Resulovic (Bosnia), pedologist, Federal Institute for Pedology, Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina; Hamid Custovic (Bosnia), Faculty of Agriculture, University of Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina. Presentation title: "Pedomemory as a Source of Information about Development, Processes, and Age of Soils in Function of Archaeological Investigations."

16.       Dr. (cand.) Maxim Yakovenko Vladimirovich (Russia), FENU University, Vladivostok, Russia. Presentation title: "Chinese Pyramids as a Part of the World’s Pyramid Complex."

17.       Dr. Abou Al-Hassan Bakry (Egypt), archaeologist, Faculty of Archaeology, Cairo University, Cairo, Egypt. Presentation title: "Relations between the Balkans and Asia Minor in the Second Millennium B.C."

18.       Dr. Hassan Mohamed Mohyeldine El-Saady (Egypt), Vice Dean, Faculty of Arts, Alexandria University, Alexandria, Egypt. Presentation title: "Some Remarks on the Neolithic Period in Bosnia – Ancient Egypt in Context."

19.       Dr. Mohamed El-Sayed Mohamed Abd El-Ghani (Egypt), Department Head, Faculty of Arts, Alexandria University, Alexandria, Egypt: "Rome and Balkan Confrontations."

20.       Dr. Magda Gad (Egypt), Egyptologist, Faculty of Archaeology, Cairo University, Cairo, Egypt. Presentation title: "Passages Inside the Royal Tombs in Ancient Egypt and the Journey of the Dead to the Hereafter."

21.       Dr. Soliman Hamed (Egypt), archaeologist, Faculty of Archaeology, Cairo University, Cairo, Egypt. Presentation title: "The Serapeum of Saqqara and Visoko Tunnel Complex – Comparative Study."

22.       Dr. Muris Osmanagic (Bosnia), Chief Editor of the conference, University of Tuzla, Bosnia-Herzegovina. Presentation title: "Embryonic Proto-Script Visoko: Does it Exist?"

23.       Paulo Stekel (Brazil), ancient writing researcher. Presentation title: "The Proto-Script Visoko in Comparison with the Glozel Writing."

24.       Gabor Szakacs (Hungary), ancient writing researcher, Budapest, Hungary. Presentation title: "The European Connections of the Signs of the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun."

25.       Dr. Anna Pazdur (Poland), physicist, GADAM Centre, Department of Radioisotopes, Institute of Physics, Silesian Technological University, Gliwice, Poland. Presentation title: "Absolute Time Scales for Events in Earth and Human History."

26.       Dr. Andrzej Rakowski (Poland), physicist, GADAM Centre, Department of Radioisotopes, Institute of Physics, Silesian Technological University, Gliwice, Poland. Presentation title: "Archaeomagnetic Dating: Principles of the Method and Applications."

27.       Andrew Lawler (U.K.), archaeologist, London, United Kingdom. Presentation title: "AMS Radiocarbon Dating of a Wood Sample from Tunnel Ravne: Methods, Results from Kiel (Germany) and Oxford (United Kingdom) and Implications for Further Research."

ICBP 2011

The Second International Scientific Conference on the Bosnian Pyramids, September 5-10, 2011, Visoko, Bosnia-Herzegovina

28.       Dr. Sam Semir Osmanagich (Bosnia/U.S.), ancient civilizations author and researcher and the youngest foreign member of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences. Presentation title: "Pyramids Around the World and Bosnian Valley of the Pyramids."

29.       Dr. Slobodan Mizdrak (Croatia), physicist, electrical engineer and informatician. Presentation title: "Pyramid – Source or Transmitter of Energy?"

30.       Domagoj Nikolic (Croatia), independent researcher. Presentation title: "Bosnian Pyramids, Ancient Mining, Wireless Transfer of Energy and Tesla."

31.       Gabriela Lukacs (Austria), independent researcher. Presentation title: "Little Known European Pyramids: Pyramidal structures from Italy, Austria, Germany, and other European countries."

32.       Dr. Lucia Krasovec Lucas (Italy), architect. Presentation title: "Mechanical Design in the Underground Labyrinth Ravne: Structure and Form."

33.       Dr. Riccardo Brett (Italy), archaeologist. Presentation title: Organic Sample from the Bosnian Pyramid of the Moon – Radiocarbon Data results and analysis."

34.       Janez Pelko (Slovenia), Engineer, Certified GDV (Gas Discharge Visualization) operator. Presentation title: "Effects of Short Stay in Underground Labyrinth Ravne to Human Bioenergy Fields."

35.       David Hatcher Childress (U.S.), author and independent researcher. Presentation title: "Megaliths and Mysteries of South America and the Pacific."

36.       Nenad Michael Djurdjevic (Italy), independent researcher. Presentation title: "The Mythological Significance of the Bosnian Pyramids."

37.       Dr. Ivan Simatovic (Croatia), electrical engineer. Presentation title: "Inclining Angle and Orientation of the Northern Slope of the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun."

38.       Hugh Newman (U.K.), geodetic and geomantic researcher. Presentation title: "Ancient Sites and the Earth Grid: Geodesy or Geomancy? Science vs. Intuition in the Prehistoric World: Relationships between Ancient Sites around the World."

39.       Gaibija Catic (Bosnia), construction engineer. Presentation title: "Absence of Geopathogenic Radiation in Underground Labyrinth."

40.       Dr. Eberhard Baumann (Germany), biologist. Presentation title: "The Dogmatic Science -- the Bosnian Valley of Pyramids: The Opposition to New Discoveries in Prehistory and the Prerequisites for Building Huge Structures in Prehistoric Times."

41.       Prof. Paolo Debertolis (Italy), anthropologist. Presentation title: "Topographical Survey and Analysis by GPR [Ground-Penetrating Radar] for the Structure Recently Found in Underground Labyrinth Ravne."

42.       Dr. Sara Acconci (Italy), archaeologist. Presentation title: "Archaeological study for the restoration of the structure found below the present floor of Ravne’s Labyrinth."

43.       Heikki Savolainen (Finland), sound engineer. Presentation title: "Research of Ultrasound Wave Emissions by Megalithic Structures in Bosnian Valley of the Pyramids."

44.       Klaus Dona (Austria), ancient artifacts researcher. Presentation title: "The Hidden History of the Human Race."

45.       Dr. Enver Hasic, (Bosnia-Herzegovina), mining. Presentation title: "Construction and Safety Conditions in Underground Labyrinth Ravne."

46.       Dr. Ljubo Ristovski (Serbia), physicist, and Sasa Nadjfejl (Serbia), pyramids researcher. Presentation title: "PIP-detected Electromagnetic Fields over the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun."

47.       Davor Jadrijevich (Croatia), electrical engineer, physical engineer. Presentation title: "Exotic Energy of Pyramids."

48.       Dr. Goran Marjanovich (Serbia), electrical engineer. Presentation title: "Pyramids -- Guardians of Primary Cosmic Vibration of the Local Densities."

ICBP 2012

The Third International Scientific Conference on the Bosnian Pyramids, September 8, 2012, Visoko, Bosnia-Herzegovina

49.       Dr. Sam Semir Osmanagich (Bosnia/U.S.), ancient civilizations author and researcher and the youngest foreign member of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences. Presentation title: "Bosnian Pyramids and Pyramid Science."

50.       Philip Coppens (U.K.), author and ancient civilizations researcher. Presentation title: "Mysterious Megalithic Structures and Artifacts."

51.       Mr.Sc.Eng. Senad Bahor (Bosnia), engineer. Presentation title: "Four-dimensional Visualization of the Bosnian Valley of the Pyramids."

52.       Professor Paolo Debertolis (Italy), anthropologist, with Dr. Slobodan Mizdrak (Croatia) physicist and electrical engineer. Two-part presentation title: "Bosnian Pyramids: Measured Energy Phenomena."

53.       Dr. Riccardo Brett (Italy), Lead Archaeologist, Archaeological Park Foundation: "Exclusive News: Radiocarbon Dating of the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun."

54.       Klaus Dona (Austria), ancient civilizations researcher and ancient artifacts curator. Presentation title: “New Tunnels under the Bosnian Pyramids.”

ICBP 2013

The Fourth International Scientific Conference on the Bosnian Pyramids, September 4-7, 2013, Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina

55.       Richard Hoyle (U.K.). Presentation title: "Archaeo-Astronomical Properties of Ginje Tumulus in Visoko."

56.       Jay Wakefield (U.S.), independent researcher. Presentation title: "Poverty Point, Pre-Historical Port in Louisiana."

57.       Domagoj Nikolic, (Croatia), independent researcher. Presentation title: "The Creation of the Mystical Landscape."

58.       Timothy Moon (New Zealand), Archaeological Manager of Archaeological Park: Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun Foundation. Presentation title: "Bosnian Pyramid Archaeological Season 2013 -- Discoveries of the Season."

59.       Kresimir Misak (Croatia), journalist. Presentation title: "Elites and Hidden Knowledge."

60.       Dr. Sam Semir Osmanagich, (Bosnia/U.S): "Secrets of Pyramids -- Revealed."

61.       Dr. Lee Pennington (U.S.). Presentation title: "Stone Balls of Costa Rica and the World."

62.       Dr. Igor Sipic, (Croatia). Presentation title: "Significance of the Bosnian Pyramid Location."

63.       Branislava Rakonjac (Bosnia). Presentation title: "Informotherapy: Case Study, Underground Labyrinth Ravne."

64.       Eng. Senudin Ibrahimkadic (Bosnia). Presentation title: "Underground Labyrinth Ravne and Ancient Flood."

65.       Paul Mak (Holland). Presentation title: "GDV (Gas Discharge Visualization) Measurements on Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun and in Underground Labyrinth Ravne."

66.       Hans Huber (Germany). Presentation title: "Healing Properties and Possibilities of the Underground Labyrinth Ravne."

67.       Ljuben Dimkarovski. Presentation title: "The Oldest Musical Instrument in Europe."

68.       Dr. J.J. Hurtak (U.S.) and Dr. Desiree Hurtak (U.S.). Presentation title: "Pyramids -- From Egypt to Bosnia."

69.       Dr. Eberhard Baumann (Germany). Presentation title: "Purpose and Location of the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun."

70.       Dr. Carmen Boulter (Canada), Director and Producer, Magdalena Productions. Presentation title: "Pyramid Power."

71.       Shemalah Birkholz (Germany). Presentation title: "Sound Bowl with Zero Point Energy: Sacred Sound of Language of Light."

72.       Zoran Njegovanovic (Bosnia). Presentation title: "Bioresonance Diagnostics: Case Study Underground Labyrinth Ravne."

73.       Dr. Slobodan Mizdrak (Croatia). Presentation title: "Energy Source of the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun."

74.       Eng. Goran Marjanovic (Serbia), electrical engineer. Presentation title: "Tesla's waves and Bosnian Pyramids."

75.       Dr. Meg Blackburn Losey (U.S.). Presentation title: "Pyramid and Consciousness."

76.       Arthur Faram (U.S.), investigative historian, Faram Research Foundation. Presentation title: "A Geoglyphic Study of the Bosnian Pyramids."

77.       Klaus Dona (Austria). Presentation title: "Out of Place Artifacts and Ancient Civilizations."

ICBP 2014

The Fifth International Scientific Conference on the Bosnian Pyramids, August 31, 2014 through September 6, 2014, Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina

78.       Dr. Sam Semir Osmanagich (Bosnia/U.S.), ancient civilizations author and researcher and the youngest foreign member of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences. Presentation title: "Pyramid Secrets Revealed."

79.       Michael Tellinger (South Africa), author and South African stone circles researcher. Presentation title: "Megalithic Circles and Free Energy," in the conference hall at Hotel Saraj in Sarajevo.

80.       Valery Uvarov (Russia), author, pyramids researcher, and pyramids constructor. Presentation title: "Pyramid Energy."

81.       Marko Pogacnik (Slovenia), independent researcher. Presentation title: "Megaliths and Energy Flow."

82.       Eng. Goran Marjanovic (Serbia), electrical engineer. Presentation title: "Bosnian Pyramids and Tesla Waves."

83.       Dr. Hana Blochova (Czech Republic), independent researcher. Presentation title: "Pyramids, Giants and Destroyed Developed Civilization in the Czech Republic."

84.       Dr. Igor Sipi (Croatia), independent researcher. Presentation title: "Golden Ratio: Pico (Atlantis), Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun and Babylon."

85.       Eng. Senudin Ibrahimkadic (Bosnia-Herzegovina), independent researcher. Presentation title: "Panonian sea, Great Flood and Bosnian Pyramids."

86.       Dr. Paul LaViolette (U.S.), author in physics, astronomy, climatology, systems theory, and ancient technology. Presentation title: "The Great Floods of the Last Ice Age: Burial of the Bosnian Pyramids."

87.       Domagoj Nikolic (Croatia), independent researcher. Presentation title: "The Creation of the Mystical Landscape"

88.       Timothy Moon (New Zealand), Archaeological Manager, Archaeological Park: Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun Foundation. Presentation title: "Bosnian Pyramid Archaeological Season 2014."

89.       Klaus Dona (Austria), ancient artifacts curator. Presentation title: "Out-of-Place Artifacts."

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Jock Doubleday is a writer, researcher, videographer, and is currently Acting Public Relations Director for the Archaeological Park: Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun Foundation, a nonprofit foundation created by Dr. Semir Osmanagić on November 9, 2005 in Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina. Doubleday's articles on the Bosnian pyramids, and on other ancient monuments and civilizations, can be found at http://anamericaninbosnia.blogspot.com. Some of his videos about the Bosnian Pyramid Complex, shot in 2014 and 2015, can be found at https://vimeo.com/user29144093. For daily updates on archaeological progress in the Bosnian Pyramid Complex, please feel free to visit the Facebook page he administers, https://www.facebook.com/SemirOsmanagich. His book, Paradigm Shift: The Gradual Awakening of Science to the Possibility of Advanced Human Civilizations in the Distant Past: The Bosnian Pyramid Complex, will be completed and published in the spring of 2015.

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