Pyramid-Shaped Structure Composed of Ancient Concrete Discovered in Zagorice, Bosnia near the Bosnian Pyramid Complex

By Jock Doubleday

Should a new structure be added to the already lengthy list of 11 ancient structures in the Bosnian Pyramid Complex?

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As of April 2015, Ginje Tumulus was the farthest-south structure in the Bosnian Pyramid Complex. The new structure proposed for addition in the Complex, the Bosnian Pyramid of Remembering, is located 4 kilometers west and slightly north of Ginje.

The 11 ancient structures already discovered and named in the Bosnian Pyramid Complex are:

1)   Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun
2)   Bosnian Pyramid of the Moon
3)   Bosnian Pyramid of Love
4)   Bosnian Pyramid of the Dragon
5)   Temple of Mother Earth
6)   Vratnica Tumulus
7)   Dolovi Tumulus
8)   Ginje Tumulus
9)   KTK Tunnel
10) Ravne Tunnel Labyrinth (Levels 1 and Level 2)
11) Belltower Hill

Additional structures that may or may not be added to the Bosnian Pyramid Complex in the future are:

Kula Hill, Osijela Hill, the Fojnica riverbed, the Bosna riverbed, an unnamed “twin peak” to the southwest of the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun, and other structures in and near Visoko, Bosnia.

On April 12, 2015, I took a taxi from Visoko, Bosnia to Zagorice, a small village about 7 kilometers southwest of Visoko along the road that follows the Fojnica River toward Kiseljak.

Here is a video of an exploration of the ancient pyramid-shaped structure that towers above the small village of Zagorice, Bosnia.

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To visit the official web site of the Bosnian NGO nonprofit organization in charge of archaeological excavation in the Bosnian Pyramid Complex, Archaeological Park: Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun Foundation, please visit
http://piramidasunca.ba/eng/

For BosnianPyramids Youtube Channel video playlists, please visit:
1) Scientific Videos Archive (2005 to 2013)
2) Scientific Videos 2014-present

Star Systems of the Gods? Are Ancient Petroglyphs in Surface Stones in South Africa Talking about the Night Sky or about the Microscopically Small?

By Jock Doubleday

Do ancient petroglyphs discovered in November 2015 in Waterval Boven, South Africa depict stellar constellations?

What do the channels between circles represent? Are these rock carvings meant to depict molecular configurations?

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Channeled circular holes carved into surface stones on a hill built in ancient times in what is now called Waterval Boven, South Africa, west of President Street between a meandering loop of the placid Elands River. (Google map coordinates: 25°38’16.7″S 30°19’29.7″E)

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Channeled circular holes carved into surface stones on a hill built in ancient times in what is now called Waterval Boven, South Africa, west of President Street between a meandering loop of the placid Elands River. (Google map coordinates: 25°38’16.7″S 30°19’29.7″E)

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Channeled circular holes carved into surface stones on a hill built in ancient times in what is now called Waterval Boven, South Africa, west of President Street between a meandering loop of the placid Elands River. (Google map coordinates: 25°38’16.7″S 30°19’29.7″E)

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Channeled circular holes carved into surface stones on a hill built in ancient times in what is now called Waterval Boven, South Africa, west of President Street between a meandering loop of the placid Elands River. (Google map coordinates: 25°38’16.7″S 30°19’29.7″E)

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Channeled circular holes carved into surface stones on a hill built in ancient times in what is now called Waterval Boven, South Africa, west of President Street between a meandering loop of the placid Elands River. (Google map coordinates: 25°38’16.7″S 30°19’29.7″E)

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Channeled circular hole carved into surface stones on a hill built in ancient times in what is now called Waterval Boven, South Africa, west of President Street between a meandering loop of the placid Elands River. (Google map coordinates: 25°38’16.7″S 30°19’29.7″E)

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Channeled circular holes carved into surface stones on a hill built in ancient times in what is now called Waterval Boven, South Africa, west of President Street between a meandering loop of the placid Elands River. (Google map coordinates: 25°38’16.7″S 30°19’29.7″E)

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Channeled circular holes carved into surface stones on a hill built in ancient times in what is now called Waterval Boven, South Africa, west of President Street between a meandering loop of the placid Elands River. (Google map coordinates: 25°38’16.7″S 30°19’29.7″E)

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Channeled circular holes carved into surface stones on a hill built in ancient times in what is now called Waterval Boven, South Africa, west of President Street between a meandering loop of the placid Elands River. (Google map coordinates: 25°38’16.7″S 30°19’29.7″E)

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Channeled circular holes carved into surface stones on a hill built in ancient times in what is now called Waterval Boven, South Africa, west of President Street between a meandering loop of the placid Elands River. (Google map coordinates: 25°38’16.7″S 30°19’29.7″E)

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Channeled circular holes carved into surface stones on a hill built in ancient times in what is now called Waterval Boven, South Africa, west of President Street between a meandering loop of the placid Elands River. (Google map coordinates: 25°38’16.7″S 30°19’29.7″E)

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Channeled circular holes carved into surface stones on a hill built in ancient times in what is now called Waterval Boven, South Africa, west of President Street between a meandering loop of the placid Elands River. (Google map coordinates: 25°38’16.7″S 30°19’29.7″E)

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Channeled circular hole carved into surface stones on a hill built in ancient times in what is now called Waterval Boven, South Africa, west of President Street between a meandering loop of the placid Elands River. (Google map coordinates: 25°38’16.7″S 30°19’29.7″E)

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Channeled circular holes carved into surface stones on a hill built in ancient times in what is now called Waterval Boven, South Africa, west of President Street between a meandering loop of the placid Elands River. (Google map coordinates: 25°38’16.7″S 30°19’29.7″E)

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Channeled circular holes carved into surface stones on a hill built in ancient times in what is now called Waterval Boven, South Africa, west of President Street between a meandering loop of the placid Elands River. (Google map coordinates: 25°38’16.7″S 30°19’29.7″E)

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Channeled circular holes carved into surface stones on a hill built in ancient times in what is now called Waterval Boven, South Africa, west of President Street between a meandering loop of the placid Elands River. (Google map coordinates: 25°38’16.7″S 30°19’29.7″E)

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Channeled circular holes carved into surface stones on a hill built in ancient times in what is now called Waterval Boven, South Africa, west of President Street between a meandering loop of the placid Elands River. (Google map coordinates: 25°38’16.7″S 30°19’29.7″E)

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Channeled circular holes carved into surface stones on a hill built in ancient times in what is now called Waterval Boven, South Africa, west of President Street between a meandering loop of the placid Elands River. (Google map coordinates: 25°38’16.7″S 30°19’29.7″E)

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Channeled circular hole carved into surface stones on a hill built in ancient times in what is now called Waterval Boven, South Africa, west of President Street between a meandering loop of the placid Elands River. (Google map coordinates: 25°38’16.7″S 30°19’29.7″E)

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Channeled circular holes carved into surface stones on a hill built in ancient times in what is now called Waterval Boven, South Africa, west of President Street between a meandering loop of the placid Elands River. (Google map coordinates: 25°38’16.7″S 30°19’29.7″E)

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Channeled circular holes carved into surface stones on a hill built in ancient times in what is now called Waterval Boven, South Africa, west of President Street between a meandering loop of the placid Elands River. (Google map coordinates: 25°38’16.7″S 30°19’29.7″E)

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Channeled circular holes carved into surface stones on a hill built in ancient times in what is now called Waterval Boven, South Africa, west of President Street between a meandering loop of the placid Elands River. (Google map coordinates: 25°38’16.7″S 30°19’29.7″E)

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Channeled circular holes carved into surface stones on a hill built in ancient times in what is now called Waterval Boven, South Africa, west of President Street between a meandering loop of the placid Elands River. (Google map coordinates: 25°38’16.7″S 30°19’29.7″E)

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Channeled circular holes carved into surface stones on a hill built in ancient times in what is now called Waterval Boven, South Africa, west of President Street between a meandering loop of the placid Elands River. (Google map coordinates: 25°38’16.7″S 30°19’29.7″E)

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Channeled circular holes carved into surface stones on a hill built in ancient times in what is now called Waterval Boven, South Africa, west of President Street between a meandering loop of the placid Elands River. (Google map coordinates: 25°38’16.7″S 30°19’29.7″E)

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Channeled circular holes carved into surface stones on a hill built in ancient times in what is now called Waterval Boven, South Africa, west of President Street between a meandering loop of the placid Elands River. (Google map coordinates: 25°38’16.7″S 30°19’29.7″E)

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Channeled circular holes carved into surface stones on a hill built in ancient times in what is now called Waterval Boven, South Africa, west of President Street between a meandering loop of the placid Elands River. (Google map coordinates: 25°38’16.7″S 30°19’29.7″E)

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Channeled circular holes carved into surface stones on a hill built in ancient times in what is now called Waterval Boven, South Africa, west of President Street between a meandering loop of the placid Elands River. (Google map coordinates: 25°38’16.7″S 30°19’29.7″E)

These ancient petroglyphs, discovered by Jock Doubleday on November 12, 2015 in Waterval Boven, South Africa, have the feeling of a map.

Do these carvings depict star relationships in the night sky? Do they depict structures so small that we have only recently been able to begin to see some of them with the help of the Atomic Force Microscope?

Please send your ideas to Jock Doubleday at jockdoubleday.writer@gmail.com and/or comment on this article. Thank you.

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The ancient petroglyphs were found on November 12, 2015 in Waterval Boven, South Africa, west of President Street, between a meandering loop of the placid Elands River. (Google map coordinates: 25°38’16.7″S 30°19’29.7″E)

Video reference: A walk in the stone hills in which the petroglyphs were found. 

Jock Doubleday explores South African built hills made of inclined, rightward-leaning material, November 13, 2015 from Archaeological Park on Vimeo.

MEGASPHERE: The Stone Ball that Wouldn’t Roll Away: Archaeology Magazine Ignored the March 2016 Discovery of the Most Massive Stone Sphere in the World . . . But It’s Still There

by Jock Doubleday

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Suad Keserovic excavates a giant stone ball in 2016 in Stone Spheres Park in Podubravlje village, near Zavidovici, Bosnia and Herzegovina.

It’s a mystery.

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Archaeology magazine, the top magazine in the field of archaeology, has remained silent about a megasphere discovered in Bosnia.

Archaeology magazine, the most prestigious archaeology magazine in the world, has made no mention, in six months, of the March 2016 discovery of the most massive ancient stone sphere ever found.

Question: Why would the top magazine in the field of archaeology ignore what may be the most astonishing find of the decade, a mega-sphere found in Bosnia?

Another question: Why did the same magazine ignore what is certainly the find of the century (so far): the discovery of a prehistoric pyramid complex in Visoko, Bosnia?

Let’s keep these questions in mind as a Bosnian mega-sphere’s story unfolds.

A Megaspheric Discovery

The story of this mega-stone — the “megasphere,” as I call it — broke worldwide in April 2016, capturing the attention of major media all over the globe.

Major Media Mega-Coverage of the Megasphere:

The Telegraph (UK) April 11, 2016
Daily Mail (UK) April 7, 2016
The Mirror (UK) April 15, 2016
ABC News (US) April 14, 2016
Fox News (US) April 15, 2016
Yahoo News (US) April 14, 2016
Huffington Post (US edition) April 25, 2016
news.com (Australia) April 14, 2016
Yahoo (Canada) April 11, 2016
Russia Today (UK) April 14, 2016
International Business Times April 13, 2016
DNA (Daily News and Analysis) India April 12, 2016
EuroNews April 16, updated April 18, 2016

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Dr. Sam Osmanagich, Ph.D., discoverer of the Bosnian Pyramids in Visoko, Bosnia and founder of Stone Spheres Park near Zavidovici, Bosnia, stands next to the megasphere, the largest ancient artificial stone ball excavated so far in Stone Spheres Park.

Oddly, the editors of Archaeology magazine completely ignored the megasphere’s discovery, making no mention of the astonishing find 1) in their print publication, 2) in their online publication, and 3) on their Facebook page

In the last several years, Archaeology‘s Facebook page has run two “balls-topic” stories.

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Two looted Roman sling stones returned to an Israeli museum. The “story” was posted on Archaeology magazine’s Facebook page on July 13, 2015.

These two stories may be the most ho-hum, dreary stories ever written in the annals of archaeology.

Archaeology‘s first balls-topic story is:

“Two looted Roman sling stones were anonymously returned to an Israeli museum. . . . A museum employee found the stones in a bag in the museum’s courtyard with a note that read, ‘These are two roman ballista balls from Gamla, from a residential quarter at the foot of the summit. I stole them in July 1995 and since then they have brought me nothing but trouble. Please, do not steal antiquities!'”

Archaeology‘s second “balls-topic” story in the last several years, a micro-story about micro-balls, is about musket balls:

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Unfired musket balls, allegedly from the Battle of Waterloo, a micro-story run by Archaeology magazine’s Facebook page. But the story of the most massive stone ball in the world being found in Bosnia, a mega-story about a mega-ball, was ignored by Archaeology magazine’s Facebook page and by both its online and its print publication.

“In Belgium, archaeologists have unearthed musket balls that might be from some of the first shots fired in the Battle of Waterloo.”

Archaeology magazine’s micro-articles about alleged Roman “sling stones” and Waterloo musket balls do not challenge or change anything we know about human history. Yet these two stories were the “balls stories” of choice for editors at Archaeology magazine over the last several years.

Archaeology‘s online publication reproduced and expanded the Facebook “sling stones” story and faithfully gave their readers a “musket balls” micro-story, though the online story was set in Massachusetts.

Instead of running a story about the most massive stone sphere ever discovered on the planet, the existence of which substantially challenges our understanding of human history, Archaeology magazine was happy to serve its readers pebble fare, scientific pabulum, thin orthodoxical wafers.

The Archaeological Orthodoxy: Gatekeepers of Archaeological Information

Who are the gatekeepers of archaeological information in the 21st century?

What are the names of the people at Archaeology magazine, who, for instance, in the spring of 2016, endeavored (and failed) to excise from archaeological history a 37-ton sphere? What is their education? What is their training? What is their aim? What, dare we ask, is their agenda?

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Archaeology magazine Editor-in-Chief Claudia Valentino, with a degree in Magazine Journalism

Let’s look at the Top Four executives and editors at Archaeology magazine.

1)  Editor-in-Chief Claudia Valentino. Ms. Valentino’s archaeology background is nonexistent. She holds a B.A. in Magazine Journalism from New York University.

What has been Ms. Valentino’s performance at the helm of this prestigious magazine? Ms. Valentino has ignored communication about Bosnian archaeology for four years. Specifically, she has steadfastly failed to respond to emails regarding new findings in Bosnian archaeology, since January 5, 2013.

What does Editor-in-Chief Claudia Valentino believe is more important than an ancient megasphere (and prehistoric megalithic pyramids and other structures) in Bosnia? Her magazine’s annual Top 10 Discoveries  include “Colonial Cannibalism” (2013), and “World’s Oldest Pretzels” (2015).

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Archaeology magazine Executive Editor Jarrett A. Lobell, with a BA (?) in Classics, Archaeology; no photo available on the entire public internet (?). Mr. Lobell publishes occasional articles on the ancient history of Greece, Crete, and other cultures. One recent article Mr. Lobell penned is: “Pompeii’s Dead Reimagined,” which is about an artist bizarrely recreating the dead people of Pompeii, “interpretations” of human suffering while being smothered to death and/or burned alive by hot ash.

2) Archaeology magazine Executive Editor Jarrett A. Lobell has a BA in Classics, Archaeology. Mr. Lobell publishes occasional articles like “Medieval Fashion Statement.” He writes: “There are numerous medieval written sources that describe bras as ‘breastbags,’ but until this discovery no one had any idea what these garments looked like. . . . The discovery will enable archaeologists . . . to learn more about tailoring by women.

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Lace-decorated linen bra, circa 1390 A.D.

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Archaeology magazine Senior Editor Daniel Weiss, with a degree in Journalism; previously editor at Pharmacy Times (?)

3) Archaeology magazine Senior Editor Daniel Weiss has a degree in Journalism and experience as editor at Pharmacy Times. Mr. Weiss’s archaeological education is zero. Two of Mr. Weiss’s recent articles are “Heart Attack of the Mummies,” which states that 50-year-old Ötzi the Iceman might have had a heart attack if he had lived to age 80 (uh, what?), and “Memo to science nerds: Learn improv,” which conjectures that improv class helps science presenters be more “vivid and expressive.”

4) Finally, we come to the mysterious Peter Herdrich.

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Archaeology magazine publisher Peter Herdrich, CEO at AIA (Archaeological Institute of America), unknown studies at Colombia University with graduate work (degree?) in Arts Administration.

Peter Herdrich is the publisher of Archaeology magazine. For many years, Mr. Herdrich was CEO at AIA (Archaeological Institute of America). How he obtained this position with his educational background is unknown. Mr. Herdrich studied at Colombia University but did not complete his studies. He studied at the Johannes Gutenberg-Universität in Germany but received no publicly available certificate or degree. Peter did graduate work at the School of the Arts at Columbia University (in Arts Administration) but again did not complete his studies.

Peter Herdrich’s publicly available, though not easily discoverable, CV is here. Mr. Herdrich’s current LinkedIn profile photo is below.

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Archaeology magazine publisher Peter Herdrich biographical information: “Before moving into the not-for-profit world, Peter enjoyed long success in commercial television, primarily in news programming. He worked as a producer and writer at ABC, CBS Television Distribution, Disney, Fox, and NBC. . . . After finishing his undergraduate work at Columbia University (degree ?) and studying at the Johannes Gutenberg-Universität in Mainz, Germany (degree ?), Peter did graduate work at the School of the Arts at Columbia University in arts administration (degree?).”

As we have seen, only one of the four persons mentioned above has a degree in archaeology. Although obviously a university degree assures us of nothing, it is strange that persons without any education in archaeology have three of the top spots at this prestigious publication.

Question: Why is Peter Herdrich, whose experience is in commercial television production, in charge of publishing a magazine about archaeology?

Question: Why is Jarrett A. Lobell, who has only a B.A. in archaeology, Executive Editor at Archaeology magazine? 

Question: Why is Claudia Valentino, whose education and experience has no relation to archaeology, Editor-in-Chief at Archaeology magazine? 

Question: Why is Daniel Weiss, whose education and experience has no relation to archaeology, Senior Editor at Archaeology magazine? 

Why are these four persons running the most prestigious archaeology magazine in the world?

A Bosnian Megasphere

Did you know that a giant stone sphere, the most massive ancient artificial stone sphere ever found, was discovered earlier this year in a country called Bosnia and Herzegovina?

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Ancient history enthusiast Shawn Rateau stands by the megasphere, a giant artificially created stone sphere excavated in 2016 in Stone Spheres Park in Podubravlje, Bosnia. (Photo taken September 18, 2016 by Christoffer Kindmark.)

You wouldn’t know this fact if Archaeology magazine were your only source of information about archaeological finds on this planet. (More later about Archaeology magazine’s bizarre 10-year moratorium on Bosnian archaeology.)

Fortunately, although Archaeology magazine attempted to bury the discovery of the Bosnian megasphere under a mountain of silence, mega-news outlet Russia Today made a big deal about the Bosnian discovery.

RT sent their own people to a creek strewn with ancient stone spheres in a sleepy village called Podubravlje, Bosnia.

In fact, it was here in Podubravlje that, years earlier, Dr. Sam Osmanagich established Stone Spheres Park. Yes it’s true: Many ancient artificial stone spheres had already been found in the Zavidovici area before the ancient megasphere was discovered in 2016 (as can be seen in this video, “Trek to Stone Spheres Park in Zavidovici, Bosnia, June 21, 2015”).

Astonishingly, 80 stone spheres came out of a hill in Podubravlje in a rainstorm in 1936. Forty of the stone spheres floated down the creek to the River Bosna and disappeared during the original rainstorm in 1936. Today, only 18 stone spheres (some whole, some broken) remain in Stone Spheres Park.

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Dr. Sam Osmanagich, Ph.D., founder of Stone Spheres Park in Podubravlje, Bosnia, talks with Field Archaeologist Anela Podrug (right) and a visitor (left) on a visit to the park on June 21, 2015. (Photo by Jock Doubleday.)

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Dr. Sam Osmanagich, Ph.D., founder of Stone Spheres Park in Podubravlje, Bosnia, waits for visitors to assemble for a short lecture about the stone spheres on June 21, 2015. Less than a year later, in early 2016, excavation on the megasphere (not pictured here) would begin. (Photo by Jock Doubleday.)

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Many of the spheres in Stone Spheres Park were deliberately broken open by gold seekers in the 1960s. No gold was found. Pictured are volunteers for Archaeological Park Foundation. More photos of Archaeological Park Foundation volunteers can be found here. (Photo by Jock Doubleday.)

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A visitor reaches down to touch a partially buried stone sphere in Stone Spheres Park, June 21, 2015. (Photo by Jock Doubleday.)

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Ancient artificially created stone sphere lies in dappled sunlight in Stone Spheres Park. (Photo taken September 18, 2016, by Shawn Rateau.)

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Ancient artificial stone spheres line the creek below a hill out of which they rolled during a rainstorm in 1936. This section of the creek is part of Stone Spheres Park in Bosnia. (Photo by Shawn Rateau, September 18, 2016.)

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A stone sphere (not the megasphere), one of many ancient artificial stone spheres lining the creek below a hill out of which the spheres rolled during a rainstorm in 1936. The creek is part of Stone Spheres Park in Bosnia. (Photo by Shawn Rateau, September 18, 2016.)

The remaining 18 spheres (some pictured to the left and above), whole or broken, are undaunted survivors of extraordinary vandalism that occurred in the 1960s, when rumors that the spheres contained gold inspired Bosnian natives to begin taking sledge-hammers to the ancient stone balls — and/or to drill into the stone spheres and use dynamite to break them apart. No gold was found in the Bosnian stone spheres or in any of the stone spheres of Costa Rica — or in any other stone spheres across the globe in which it was presumed gold was hidden. Eventually, gold-seekers’ vandalism stopped worldwide.

Interestingly, the newly unearthed megasphere was actually discovered, in part, many years ago. According to an email sent to me by Dr. Osmanagich on September 1, 2016:

“Part of the stone ball [megasphere] was sticking out (approx. 50 cm radius [= 20 inch radius = 40 inch diameter = an area a little over 3 feet in diameter]) for the longest time. Only beginning of March [2016] two local men started clearing. They informed me at the very beginning so I suggested to keep working until my first visit in March.” Because no one knew how big the megasphere was, excavation had not been not pursued.

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Suad Keserovic excavates the megasphere in Stone Spheres Park in Podubravlje village, near Zavidovici, Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Why did Russia Today need to come to the rescue of archaeological science in the case of a gigantic stone sphere found in the Balkans? It’s a good question, and we’ll be pursuing that question later in the article. But whatever the reason(s) for Archaeology magazine’s disinterest, Russia Today was kind enough, and smart enough, to immediately fill the profound scientific vacuum created by Archaeology magazine’s inaction.

Russia Today wrote, plainly, lucidly, on April 14, 2016: “This may be the largest and oldest sphere carved by human hands in Europe. Its origins are still a mystery . . . The stone sphere has a diametre of around 10 feet and an estimated weight of 70,000 pounds. Hundreds of tourists from around the world have already descended onto the forest near the town of Zavidovici, in Bosnia and Herzegovina, to see the sphere.” Russia Today also made a real-time video of the continuing excavation of the sphere:

Russia Today made one understandable error in its text. RT wrote that the megasphere was “carved by human hands.” Although some stone spheres around the world may have been carved or sculpted, as opposed to molded, we know from scientific analysis that spheres in Stone Spheres Park similar to (though smaller than), and in the near vicinity of, the recently discovered megasphere were molded, not carved.

What Are the Bosnian Stone Spheres Made Of?

As Dr. Sam Osmanagich, Ph.D., told a group of visitors to Stone Spheres Park on June 21, 2015:

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Dr. Sam Osmanagich waits patiently for tourists to gather for a short lecture about the history of the stone balls in Stone Spheres Park, June 21, 2015 — nine months before the discovery of the megasphere. (Photo by Jock Doubleday.)

“We are the first . . . who actually analyzed the stone balls. We took traces from four of the stone balls, and one [sample] from the natural stone material. We did chemical and physical analysis. This is what we found out. Nine elements are exactly the same in the case of the stone balls and natural stone. And then one element only the natural stone has: SiO2 silicon dioxide. The stone balls don’t have it. They have two elements instead. One is manganese [Mn]. Manganese we use today to give the hardness to the material. And the second one is calcium carbonate [CaCO3], a binder. So, our conclusion: The builders of the stone balls were using natural stone, then melting it, adding the additives, to get the extreme hardness, and then pouring into the molds to get this spherical shape. And when they got dry, they got very hard and solid.”
– Dr. Semir Osmanagich, Bosnian Stone Spheres Park, Zavidovici, Bosnia, June 21, 2015

How Heavy Is the Bosnian Megasphere?

The Bosnian megasphere, an ancient stone ball found in Stone Spheres Park, has not been put on a scale, for reasons that are obvious. The stone is too heavy to lift by conventional and financially affordable means, and therefore the weight of this mega-stone must be deduced from its 1) size and 2) composition.

Interestingly, the Bosnian megasphere has a higher concentration of iron than the other stone spheres in the near vicinity in Stone Spheres Park. This higher iron concentration makes it, among other things, heavier. Why did the ancients want to make the largest sphere (so far found) in the vicinity the most iron-rich and therefore the heaviest? Unknown.

Laboratory chemical analysis was performed in September 2016 on two samples taken from the megasphere.

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Certificate of laboratory analysis of the megasphere, courtesy of the University of Tuzla, Bosnia.

The Faculty of Mining, Construction and Geology at the University of Tuzla in Bosnia conducted the analysis. Master of Geology Mersudin Hodzic signed a statement in which he determined that the megasphere’s particle density (the ratio of particle mass to volume) is 2.64 grams / m3 (per cubic meter).

The weight of the megasphere, in kilograms, can be determined by multiplying particle density, or “specific gravity” (= 2.64 grams / m3) times volume (= 14.14 m3).

The weight of the megasphere found in Podubravlje is therefore an estimated 37.33 metric tons. (One metric ton = 1,000 kilograms.) 

This estimated weight makes the megasphere the most massive stone ball ever found on Earth.

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Ancient history enthusiast Shawn Rateau stands by the megasphere, at 37.33 metric tons the most massive stone of its kind yet discovered on planet earth, a giant artificially created (molded) ancient stone sphere partially excavated in 2016 in Stone Spheres Park in Podubravlje, Bosnia. (Photo by Christoffer Kindmark.)

As a comparison, we can look at the weight of other ancient stone balls found around the planet. The largest stone balls in Costa Rica (made out of a granodiorite, a mineral composite that reaches a 6 on the hardness scale) reach a top weight of 16 tons (article in Spanish). In western Mexico, near a town called Ahualulco, volcanic stone balls reach a weight of 35 tons, according to official on-site information.

Visiting Stone Spheres Park near Zavidovici, Bosnia

Question: How often does Dr. Sam Osmanagich personally take groups by luxury tour bus from the Sarajevo starting point to see Stone Spheres Park?
Answer: Dr. Osmanagich takes three groups per year, with 50 to 70 people in each group.

Question: What was the total number of Archaeological Park Foundation bus trips made from Saravejo in 2015 and 2016, with or without Dr. Osmanagich as tour guide?
Answer: Fifteen trips in 2015, and nine trips so far in 2016.

Question: Will the trip to Stone Spheres Park continue to be part of the Volunteering with Expeditions package in 2017?
Answer: Yes, it’s part of the Adventure package.

Question: How much does it cost a regular tourist (non-volunteer) to take the Stone Spheres Park tour by bus from Sarajevo?
Answer: Twenty-five euros.

A Bosnian Moratorium

If a giant ancient alien spaceship were discovered buried in the šuma (forests) of Bosnia, would Archaeology magazine cover the story?

Probably not.

Archaeology magazine has had a bizarre, indeed chilling, moratorium on Bosnian archaeology beginning a little more than one year after Dr. Sam Osmanagich discovered ancient pyramids in Visoko, Bosnia.

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Bird’s-eye view photos of the Bosnian Valley of the Pyramids taken from a DJI Phantom quadcopter (aka microlight drone) by Andre de Smet, September 9, 2014.

Could there be some ideological (or other) agenda on the part of Archaeology magazine that we’re not aware of?

If you visit Archaeology magazine’s official site, http://www.archaeology.org/ and type “bosnia” into the Search box, your results will include Bosnia-related articles only from 2005 and 2006 — all of which stridently and vociferously deny the possibility of the existence of pyramids in Bosnia. (One can also perform a Google search for “archaeology magazine” bosnia.)

Please note that no one at Archaeology magazine has ever published a statement to the effect of, “Further excavation in Visoko needs to be done for scientists to know the truth about the structures in Visoko, Bosnia.” Instead, Archaeology magazine’s reaction was 1) immediate and 2) negative. Should a science magazine declare an absolute negative before significant excavation has been performed?

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Excavated inclined structural stone terrace on the Bosnian Pyramid of the Moon. (Photo taken by Jock Doubleday on December 4, 2014. More photos from the Bosnian Pyramid of the Moon here.)

The only mention by Archaeology magazine of Bosnian archaeology after 2006 is a two-line mention in October 2008: “Businessman Semir Osmanagic continues to dig up Visoko, Bosnia and Herzegovina, in search of pyramids, ‘despite ridicule.’ University of Sarajevo archaeologist Enver Imamovic likens Osmanagic’s project to ‘letting me . . . perform surgery.'” 

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Shawn Rateau examines an ancient artificial construction concrete slab excavated by volunteers on the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun in the Bosnian Pyramid Complex. (Photo taken by Jock Doubleday in Visoko, Bosnia on August 7, 2015. More photos here.)

In 7 years of Facebook postings, Archaeology magazine has failed to mention Bosnia once. (Neighboring Croatia has six mentions for four separate articles.)

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Archaeology magazine’s Facebook page hasn’t mentioned Bosnia once in seven years.

A study of eleven years of Archaeology magazine articles allows us to conclude that Archaeology magazine editors, specifically Editor-in-Chief Claudia Valentino and Executive Editor Jarrett A. Lobell, perhaps at the behest of unknown persons, have attempted (and, thankfully, failed) to keep the lid on the biggest archaeological discovery of the 21st century: the discovery of gargantuan ancient pyramids and other structures in Bosnia.

It cannot be asserted that Archaeology magazine editors have not been aware of the continuous stream of scientific information emerging from the excavation and study of the Bosnian Pyramid Complex since mid-2005. On October 16, 2011, I emailed a detailed letter to the editor of Archaeology, the full text of which is reproduced here (in a blog titled, “Letter to the Editor of Archaeology Magazine”).

For ten years, Archaeology magazine has ignored not only Bosnian pyramid science but all archaeological discoveries from the country of Bosnia. This astonishing fact — the fact of deliberate silence on the part of the most prestigious print publication representative of mainstream academic archaeology — speaks volumes.

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Archaeological Park Foundation volunteers help to excavate the megasphere, the most massive stone of its kind ever discovered, an ancient artificial stone sphere located in Stone Spheres Park in Central Bosnia, September 2016.

A Rejuvenating Science Vs. a Moribund Silence

While the Bosnian megasphere continues to be unearthed and all the ancient spheres in Stone Spheres Park studied — the science surrounding these mysterious objects continually refreshed, replenished, revitalized — Archaeology magazine’s moratorium on Bosnian archaeology gets older, frailer, more rigid, unquestionably morbid.

The halls of archaeological academia have had a dank smell of death about them for decades — while independent researchers not tethered to universities have gone out into the field and made astonishing discovery after astonishing discovery after astonishing discovery.

Around the world, the dry offerings of mainstream archaeology — thin, tasteless orthodoxical wafers — slowly become staler and staler, until one day it will be impossible for anyone of sane mind to even consider consuming them.

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Tourists meditate on an ancient stone ball in Stone Spheres Park near Zavidovici, Bosnia, June 21, 2015. (Photo by Jock Doubleday.)

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Bosnian Pyramids enthusiast Vesna Anastasia Bozovic feels the energetic influence of an ancient stone sphere in Stone Spheres Park near Zavidovici, Bosnia, September 2013.

New LIDAR Scan of the Bosnian Pyramid Complex Proves Dr. Sam Osmanagich Right — and Proves Dr. Robert Schoch, Zahi Hawass, Archaeology Magazine, and Wikipedia Wrong

By Jock Doubleday

In March 2015, a LIDAR satellite scan was made of the Bosnian Valley of the Pyramids in the Visoko, Bosnia area. LIDAR (“light-radar”) scans provide a detailed topographical picture of the area scanned. 


The first LIDAR scan image of the Visoko area, finally available as of July 6, 2016, shows clear evidence of gargantuan ancient artificial structures.

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March 2015 LIDAR scan of the Bosnian Pyramid Complex (image first made available in July 2016)

The visibly predominant features of these ancient structures are smooth pyramidal, and other, faces oriented to the cosmic north (or “true north” or “geodetic north”).

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March 2015 LIDAR scan of the Bosnian Pyramid Complex, with text labels (image first made available in July 2016)

An Astonishing Orientation

Astonishingly, the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun has the best-documented orientation to the cosmic north of any pyramid on the planet thus far analyzed.

The phrase “best documented” means that the northern orientation of the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun is the best orientation to the cosmic north of any ancient pyramid or structure whose orientation has been studied and documented. (There may be ancient pyramids or other structures on the earth whose orientations are superior to that of the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun, but these structures’ orientations have not yet been documented.)

The deviation from cosmic north of the gigantic clay, claystone, sandstone, and concrete pyramid in Visoko, Bosnia known as the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun, according to the Bosnian Institute for Geodesy, is: 

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In comparison, the deviation from cosmic north of the Great Pyramid is:

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Thus, the orientation of the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun to cosmic north is 12.33 times more precise than the orientation of the Great Pyramid.

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The north face of the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun, the tallest documented pyramid in the world, in Visoko, Bosnia. On the left side of the pyramid (and joining it structurally) is the Bosnian Pyramid of Love.

Bosnian Pyramids Detractors 

Bosnian Pyramids detractors are now in a very difficult position. For 10 years, various persons and organizations relying on belief instead of science have 1) disparaged (and, even more shockingly) 2) ignored copious scientific evidence of an ancient pyramid complex centered in Visoko, Bosnia.

Because a 2015 LIDAR scan data has provided solid — indeed irrefutable evidence of gargantuan and truly ancient structures in Visoko, Bosnia, the final nail has been hammered into the coffin of Bosnian Pyramids detractors.

Who were the main players in this strange 10-year drama of Belief vs. Science?

Dr. Robert Milton Schoch

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Robert Milton Schoch, Associate Professor of Natural Sciences at the College of General Studies, a two-year non-degree-granting unit of Boston University

In his November 10, 2006 letter to Science magazine, Dr. Robert Schoch maligned the Archaeological Park Bosnian NGO Foundation, stating that “fossils are being ignored and destroyed during the ‘excavations,’ as crews work to shape the natural hills into crude semblances of the Mayan-style step pyramids with which Osmanagic is so enamored.”

A claim of fraud is very big news in the archaeological world. Obviously, if such a claim is found to be false – that is, if the claim is found to be libel (a false accusation made in print) or slander (a false accusation made in speech or some other transitory form) – it is legally actionable.

Since pyramids have indeed existed in Bosnia since ancient times, and since volunteers and employees of Archaeological Park Foundation have been faithfully excavating these structures, and NOT creating modern-day steppyramids, Dr. Schoch is in fact on record for ten years of libel

Not only has Dr. Schoch been wrong for ten years about the existence of pyramids in Bosnia, he has left a libelous and slanderous legacy the likes of which has rarely been seen in archaeological circles.

Zahi Hawass

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Zahi Hawass, former Minister of State for Antiquities Affairs in Egypt, presently on the run for alleged theft of antiquities

Zahi Hawass, Former Minister of Egyptian Antiquities, was one of the first professionals to proclaim (without compelling evidence and without visiting the site) that no pyramids exist in Bosnia. 

Hawass has since been discredited — and is actually on the run — for allegedly stealing billions of dollars worth of Egyptian antiquities and possibly other crimes.

What was Hawass’s reaction when he heard of Dr. Omanagich’s claim that pyramids existed in Bosnia? He called a meeting of Egyptian officials to discuss possible negative ramifications to the Egyptian tourist industry

From the point of view of scientists and others endeavoring to discover the truth about humanity’s past, the absurdity of such a reaction“How will our tourist dollars be affected if pyramids are found in Bosnia?” — is almost impossible to put into words.

Archaeology Magazine

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Archaeology magazine, the most prominent archaeology magazine in the world

If you visit Archaeology magazine’s official site, http://www.archaeology.org/ and type “bosnia” into the Search box, you will get articles from 2005 and 2006 — all of which stridently and vociferously deny the possibility of the existence of pyramids in Bosnia. (One can also perform a Google search for “archaeology magazine” bosnia.)

In Archaeology‘s July/August 2006 issue, for instance, non-expert Beth Kampschror writes in her article, “Pyramid Scheme,” that “the only people in the Balkans at that time [in which Dr. Osmanagich claimed the pyramids were built] were stone-tool-wielding Paleolithic people who never built a house, much less a pyramid.”

In his June 27, 2006 article, “More on Bosnian ‘Pyramids,'” Archaeology magazine online editor Mark Rose writes that Zahi Hawass “concludes that, ‘Mr. Osmanic’s theories are purely hallucinations on his part, with no scientific backing.'”

The only mention of Bosnian Archaeology after 2006 in Archaeology magazine is a two-line mention (and libel of Dr. Osmanagich) in October 2008: “Businessman Semir Osmanagic continues to dig up Visoko, Bosnia and Herzegovina, in search of pyramids, despite ridicule.’ University of Sarajevo archaeologist Enver Imamovic likens Osmanagic’s project to ‘letting me . . . perform surgery.'”

In fact, a study of ten years of Archaeology magazine articles allows us to conclude that Archaeology magazine editors, specifically Editor-in-Chief Claudia Valentino and Executive Editor Jarrett A. Lobell, perhaps at the behest of unknown persons, have attempted (and failed) to keep the lid on the biggest archaeological discovery of the 21st century: the discovery of gargantuan ancient pyramids and other structures in Bosnia. 

It cannot be asserted that Archaeology magazine editors were not aware of the continuous stream of scientific information emerging from the excavation and study of Bosnian Pyramid Complex since mid-2005. On October 16, 2011, I emailed a detailed a letter to the Editor of Archaeology, the full text of which is here (in a blog titled, “Letter to the Editor of Archaeology Magazine“). 

For ten years, Archaeology magazine has ignored not only Bosnian pyramid science but all archaeological discoveries from the country of Bosnia. (?!!)

Did you know that a giant stone sphere (the largest ever found) was discovered in 2015 near Zavidovici, Bosnia in Dr. Osmanagich’s Stone Spheres Park (or Stone Balls Park)?

You wouldn’t know this fact if Archaeology magazine were your only source for information about archaeological finds on planet Earth.

Fortunately, Russia Today made quite a big deal of the discovery. They sent their own people out to Zavidovici and made a video.

Could there be some ideological (or other) agenda at Archaeology magazine that we’re not aware of? If so, what is this anti-scientific agenda, and who is responsible for it?

Wikipedia Editors

For three months in the winter of 2015, at the behest of Dr. Osmanagich, I gathered information for a Wikipedia article titled, “International Scientific Conferences on the Bosnian Pyramids.”

I submitted the article to Wikipedia editors on January 29, 2015, but it was immediately rejected

Oddly, Wikipedia editors did not read the article or check the hyperlinks in the article. A full reading of the article and a full researching of the articles and videos pointed to by the hyperlinks would have taken a week, at minimum.

I edited the article and re-submitted it twice, but it was immediately rejected both times without any of the issues I brought up being addressed by any of the Wikipedia editors who “weighed in” (sent form letters to me) on the article.

The article survives only in draft form. “International Scientific Conferences on the Bosnian Pyramids” is not an official page on Wikipedia.org:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Draft:International_Scientific_Conferences_on_the_Bosnian_Pyramids

In addition, many people have endeavored to edit two largely erroneous Wikipedia pages:

Semir Osmanagić: Excerpt: “Professional geologists, archaeologists and other scientists have concluded – after analysis of the site, its known history, and excavations – that the hills are natural formations known as flatirons and that there are no signs of human construction involved”) 

Bosnian Pyramid Claims: Excerpt: “[Claims of pyramids in Bosnia are a] cruel hoax.” 

All attempts at rectifying the egregious misstatements on these two Wikipedia pages have failed.

The Archaeological Orthodoxy’s Move

Now that the world has been offered conclusive indeed, irrefutable evidence of gigantic ancient pyramidal and other structures in the Visoko, Bosnia area (in addition to copious additional scientific evidence gathered over the period of 10+ years by Dr. Sam Osmanagich and scores of scientists and thousands of eager international volunteers working on the most active archaeological project in the world) . . .

1. Will Dr. Robert Milton Schoch return to the Bosnian Valley of the Pyramids to witness what 10 years of excavation has accomplished since his initial and only visit in 2006? Will Dr. Schoch retract his unwarranted and outrageous libel (and slander) of Dr. Osmanagich and Archaeological Park Foundation employees and volunteers?

2. Will Zahi Hawass publicly acknowledge the artificial structural stone terraces on the Bosnian Pyramid of the Moon and the four layers of super-dense concrete on the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun (the hardest concrete ever analyzed, ancient or modern), and the ceramic megaliths, impossible to move by any known machinery, that lie next to newly excavated corridors in Ravne Tunnel Labyrinth, which winds for tens of kilometers beneath the Bosnian Pyramid Complex?

3. Will Archaeology magazine editors apologize to the scientific and world community for their 10-year moratorium on Bosnian archaeology? Will Archaeology once again begin to publish Bosnian archaeology articles? Will the entire staff of Archaeology apologize for committing perhaps the greatest hoax in archaeological history: the denial and ridicule of the discovery of the biggest ancient pyramids in the world?

4. Will Wikipedia editors apologize for ignoring plain science for ten years and for libeling and demonizing Dr. Osmanagich? Will Wikipedia editors publish articles on Bosnian Pyramid science and the copious scientific conferences that have been held in Visoko and Sarajevo, Bosnia? Will the Bosnian Pyramids mega-discovery be recognized and honored by Wikipedia as perhaps the greatest archaeological discovery of this century? Will Wikipedia editors allow real science to enter the hallowed halls of its heavily controlled pages on ancient history, or will the truth about humanity’s past continue to be suppressed?

In short, will the future be 1) a scientific future that recognizes scientific evidence or 2) an anti-scientific future that scorns it? 

It is the archaeological (and anthropological) orthodoxy’s move.

A Conspiracy of Silence

A conspiracy of ridicule against the Bosnian Pyramids Project — a conspiracy that spanned 2005 and 2006 — turned into a conspiracy of silence after it became clear that Dr. Osmanagich had indeed unveiled a great mystery in Europe. 

The conspiracy of silence continues to this day. Will the conspiracy end? Will it end with a cowardly whimper or with a courageous bang?

Only time will tell.

Additional Resources

For the story of the archaeological orthodoxy’s 10-year attempt, and failure, to stop the Bosnian Pyramids Project, please feel free to visit:
“The Mysterious Anti-Scientific Agenda of Robert Schoch: Part 1 – The Bosnian Pyramid Complex”
http://anamericaninbosnia.blogspot.com/2013/03/the-mysterious-anti-scientific-agenda_455.html

For a list of ways the archaeological orthodoxy suppresses information about humankind’s true history and about the true history of planet Earth, please feel free to visit:
“The Cahokia Pyramids of Illinois and the Seven Deadly Sins of the Archaeological Orthodoxy”
http://anamericaninbosnia.blogspot.com/2013/02/the-cahokia-pyramids-of-illinois-and.html

For recent short (2.5-minute) scientific videos on various aspects of the Bosnian Pyramid Complex, including prehistoric Ravne Tunnel Labyrinth, please feel free to visit the playlist titled “Scientific Videos 2014-2015” on the (second) official Youtube channel of the Archaeological Park: Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun Foundation:
BosnianPyramids Youtube Channel
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWRj5OZxHcSHeAUhqxYW6Wg/playlists

For more on the anti-scientific work of Robert Schoch, please feel free to visit Part 2 of the expose on the archaeological orthodoxy’s intrepid front-man, Robert Milton Schoch, who for 9 years has disparaged and/or shunned the Bosnian pyramids project and who has also, astonishingly, cast aspersions on the burgeoning science on the Yonaguni Monument:
“The Mysterious Anti-Scientific Agenda of Robert Schoch: Part 2 – The Yonaguni Monument 与那国記念碑”
http://anamericaninbosnia.blogspot.com/2013/02/the-mysterious-anti-scientific-agenda.html

For daily Facebook updates on discoveries in the Bosnian Pyramid Complex, please feel free to visit:
Semir Osmanagić
https://www.facebook.com/SemirOsmanagich

For recent interviews and mini-documentaries on the Bosnian Pyramid Complex, please feel free to visit:
Archaeological Park (Vimeo videos 2014-2016)
https://vimeo.com/user29144093

“Like all sciences, archaeology is split into two main groups: 1) the orthodoxy, who focus on what they stand to gain from the scientific status quo (these are primarily academics) and 2) the scientists, who focus on discovery according to the dictates of the scientific method. . . .” https://www.facebook.com/jockdoubleday.writer/posts/569520906436549

Sincerely,
Jock Doubleday
Author, “The Mysterious Anti-Scientific Agenda of Robert Schoch”
http://anamericaninbosnia.blogspot.com/2013/03/the-mysterious-anti-scientific-agenda_455.html