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#121 | Posted: 21 Feb 2011 09:22

In our first installment of PYRAMID WEEK, we begin our 2-part
interview with Dr. Semir Osmanagich, the discoverer of what may be
the most important archaeological find of the decade, which includes
an underground tunnel labyrinth complex that extends for at least
ten miles...


Text derived from the article by "Dr. Sam" Semir Osmanagich,
"The Significance of the Bosnian Pyramid Discovery"
Wednesday, 26 January 2011

In April 2005 Dr. Osmanagich made the surprising discovery of the
first pyramids to be found on the European Continent. In his own words:

"We have spent over 340,000 hours in archaeological excavation, sample
testing and radiocarbon dating...The site also includes a tomb complex
and a huge underground labyrinth.

"This discovery is history-changing for several reasons:

1. These are the first pyramids discovered in Europe

2. The site includes the biggest pyramidal structure in the world:
The Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun with its height of over 220 meters is
much higher than the Great Pyramid of the Egypt (147 meters).

3. The Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun has the most precise orientation
towards the cosmic north of any pyramid.

4. The Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun is completely covered by rectangular
concrete blocks. Properties of the concrete, such as extreme hardness and
low water absorption, are, according to the scientific institutions in Bosnia,
Italy and France, much superior to the modern concrete materials.

5. The pyramids are covered by soil which is, according to the state
Institute for Agro-pedology, over 12,000 years old. This finding confirms
the Bosnian pyramids are the oldest pyramids on the planet.

6. Below the Bosnian Valley of the Pyramids is the most-extensive
underground tunnel and chamber network which runs for more than
ten miles.

7. Ceramic sculptures have been discovered in underground labyrinth
with a mass of up to 20,000 pounds which makes them the largest so
far found from the ancient world...

"A team of physicists detected an energy beam coming through the
top of the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun. The radius of the beam is 4.5
meters with a frequency of 28kHz. The beam is continuous and its
strength grows as it moves up and away from the top of the pyramid.
This phenomenon contradicts our known physical laws and technology.
This is the first proof of non-Hertzian technology on the Planet. It seems
that the pyramid-builders created the perpetual mobile a long time ago
and this "energy machine" is still working...

"Further electromagnetic detection in 2011 confirmed that levels of
negative radiation through the Hartman, Curry and Schneider grids
are equal to zero in the tunnels. There was no technical radiation
(from power lines and/or technology) found in the tunnels and no
cosmic radioactivity. The ceramic sculptures are positioned over the
underground water flows and the negative energy is transformed to
positive. All of these experiments point to the underground labyrinth
as one of the *most secure underground constructions in the world*
[emphasis by Alexandra Bruce] and this makes it an ideal place for
body rejuvenation and regeneration."

To read Dr. Osmanagich's entire article and to view the first half of
his videotaped interview, please click on the link below:

- Alexandra

P.S. Archaeologist, Dr. Osmanagich will be presenting at the one-day
"Unearthing Ancient Civilizations Conference" on Saturday, March 5, with
writers Andrew Collins & Chris Dunn in Houston TX at the Unity Pyramid
at 2929 Unity Drive, 77030. Registration starts at 8AM.
#122 | Posted: 22 Feb 2011 08:56
Ive added this one on here as it concerns cancer being detected in humans since the beginning of time.


Although researchers have once again confirmed that cancer has been with human beings from the beginning of time, the discovery of ancient, cancer-riddled bones has done nothing to shed light on the more important question: have cancer rates gone up throughout man's history? Have diet, lifestyle, and exposure to a toxic environment increased our chances of getting cancer? And when you think about it, your very life depends upon the answer to that question. (Scroll down to read article...)

This is mind=boggling news from a very well respected doctor. So, if cancer has been with us from the beginning of time, why do more people have cancer than ever before???

#123 | Posted: 22 Feb 2011 14:15 | Edited by: dreamkatcher
Tomorrow. BBC2. A History of Ancient Britain. 9.00pm

Age of Cosmology. Neil Oliver continues the epic story of how Britain & its people came to be. The third episode explores an age of the first cosmological priests.
#124 | Posted: 22 Feb 2011 16:54
#125 | Posted: 23 Feb 2011 09:05
#126 | Posted: 23 Feb 2011 22:58
#127 | Posted: 23 Feb 2011 23:01
This one Rosslyn Chapel, home of the Knights Templars.

Video finishes 24th February, midnight, ommendSource=tv_episode_page
#128 | Posted: 24 Feb 2011 13:00
The underwater Yonaguni site off the coast of the Southernmost
of the Ryuku Islands of Japan, near modern-day Taiwan were
discovered in 1995 by a scuba dive-master, while searching for the
breeding grounds of the local hammerhead shark. What he found
was way more important than he could have had imagined.

This discovery is truly Forbidden Knowledge in the arena of archaeology
because its underwater location may necessitate a revision of the history
of human development; pushing this history back by several thousand
years, prior to the end of the last Ice Age.

This documentary features great underwater footage and interviews with
Graham Hancock and others about the Yonaguni discovery, which is the size
of a city. Compelling correlations are also made between this site and other
mysterious megalithic sites throughout the world.


Taller than an 8-Story Building

Discovered in 1995 by a Japanese scuba dive-master in his quest to find the breeding grounds of the hammerhead shark. What he found however was much more then he could have had imagined.

Good underwater footage and interviews about this amazing discovery, the size of a city.

For more Pyramids videos, click here
#129 | Posted: 25 Feb 2011 10:11
Yet another one about pyramids. Seems like either people realising how energies are amplified using pyramids or everyody jumping on the band wagon.

This one shows just how many pyramids are around the world. Given the age of them, & the distances between them, surely there wasnt high intelligence in all of these places at that time to have the knowledge/manpower to build them ??????

Make your own mind up. I did. dk
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Mindblowing clip (with crazy music) about pyramids around the world...


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#130 | Posted: 25 Feb 2011 10:21

This, whether you believe in it or not, shows the Beta waves are a normal brain pattern during waking periods, it also gives the wavelengths for other states.

This is a link from the energies in pyramids above.

#131 | Posted: 25 Feb 2011 19:35
You should try reading an actual book instead of just copying their stuff from websites !
#132 | Posted: 25 Feb 2011 21:47

You should try reading an actual book instead of just copying their stuff from websites !

Fair comment.

I do read actual books as well.

#133 | Posted: 26 Feb 2011 22:47
Anyone (im going out on a limb here) read Blavatsky's cosmogenisis/anththropogenesis?
That we are the fifth root race ;that there have been four intelligent races here before us; and that apes are the devolving reminants of previous races . The skulls of previous humanoid seem to bear this out.
#134 | Posted: 26 Feb 2011 23:37
You should try reading an actual book instead of just copying their stuff from websites !

mmmmmmm....... LOL
#135 | Posted: 1 Mar 2011 00:06
Megalithic Portal News

Pont Saeson bluestone quarry
Subject: Megaliths in Wales
Pinpointed in new research as a likely source of one group of the Stonehenge bluestones. Their source has long been a subject of fascination and considerable controversy. Another type of bluestone, the so-called 'spotted dolerite', was convincingly traced to the Mynydd Preseli area in north Pembrokeshire in the early 1920s
Note: By popular demand, the location of one of the recently identified sources of the Stonehenge bluestones

Ancient rock art's colours come from microbes
Subject: Rock Art (Petroglyphs)
While some rock art fades in hundreds of years, the "Bradshaw art" remains colourful after at least 40,000 years. Jack Pettigrew of the University of Queensland in Australia has shown that the paintings have been colonised by colourful bacteria and fungi.
Note: A particular type of ancient rock art in Western Australia maintains its vivid colours because it is alive, researchers have found.

Hoyo Negro, Quintana Roo, skull - Likely to Predate End of the Last Ice Age
Subject: Central America
lex Alvarez, Franco Attolini, and Alberto (Beto) Nava have surveyed tens of thousands of feet of mazelike cave passages in the state of Quintana Roo. The team's relatively recent explorations of a large pit named Hoyo Negro (Black Hole, in Spanish), deep within a flooded cave, resulted in their breathtaking and once-in-a-lifetime discovery of the remains of an Ice Age mastodon and a human skull.
Note: Ice Age mastodon and a human skull at the very bottom of the black abyss.

Subject: Central America
Ancient Town in Peten.With one of the longest occupation sequences of all Mayan sites, Ceibal was first occupied in 800 BC, and reached its peak (~50 AD) in the Classic Period. The city was abandoned during the 6thC, but quickly re-occupied until its final abandonment in the 9thC.
Note: Excavations Reach a Depth of Seven Meters, Exposing 2000 Years of Maya Culture. See comment.

Nakayama Sōen Kofun
Subject: Other Archaeology
Barrow Cemetery in Honshū. A very rare example of a hexagonal-pyramid tumulus with an entrance projection. Just one is preserved, in a residential area on a slope.
Note: Aska's latest dispatches from Japan, including some rare barrows

Subject: Megaliths in Northern Ireland
Wedge Tomb in Co. Tyrone. Best approached via a lane (and across 2 fields to the E) leading from the road at the derelict police barracks, which are a few hundred metres W of a modern school, this tomb is impressive despite a cart-track driven between the large stones of the doublewall of the gallery and what seem to be the stones of the kerb (12 metres long). The gallery is about 8 metres long, and the main chamber is still roofedwith 3 large slabs.
Note: A lovely set here - more contributors needed from the North of Ireland please

New theory about the Stonehenge bluestones from Rob Ixer and Richard Bevins
Subject: Stonehenge
A new theory about the Stonehenge
bluestones is set to divide geologists
and archaeologists, and open new
inquiries into how and why the famous
stones reached Stonehenge.
Note: Update: research casts doubt on the Milford Haven route for the Stonehenge bluestones, and we highlight the location of Pont Saeson, another likely source

Hampi Rock Art
Subject: Rock Art (Petroglyphs)
Recent excavations have unearthed archaeological artifacts dating from the 3rd century BCE to early in the 2nd millennium, documenting evidence from over seven hundred important sites. These sites include ash mounds, ancient settlements, megalithic cemeteries, temples and rock art. These findings show that the Vijayanagar area was densely settled for a long period before the creation of the empire.
Note: Research suggests prehistoric man drew maps

Santo Nombre
Subject: Central America
Ancient Town in Puebla. Occupied for more than 1,000 years, from 400 BC to 600 AD. The main structures are two 7 and 14 meters-high pyramidal structures having similarities with the Teotihuacan architectural style.
Note: Two pyramids in Puebla, Mexico restored for 2012 Opening

Jelling Stones
Subject: Megaliths in Scandinavia
The site consists of two very large standing stones that are intricately carved with Runic inscriptions, with the carvings on each stone dating from the 10th century AD. These stones were raised under the auspices of King Gorm the Old of Denmark and Harald Bluetooth of Denmark respectively.
Note: Jelling stone vandalised with graffiti

Subject: Megaliths in England
Stone Circle in Cumbria. Wonderfully atmospheric in mist and quite remote, apart from the farm, the circle is unspoilt and complete. 27 metres across and contaning 55 stones - the walk is worth it.
Note: Sunkenkirk, more commonly known as Swinside is featured in Episode Three of BBC's History of Ancient Britain. View all the sites visited this week in Andy B's site visit log and see the page comments for links.
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