Bosnian pyramids, photos

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Postby f9 » Tue Jun 06, 2006 4:46 am

I wish to tell you one amaising history of the Boshnjaks wich is connected with the thombstones.For good eye on the thombstones you can see person with clothes wich resemble chlotes of one famous person represented in one mosaic wide known to the people of the world.
These thombstones are from medieval Bosnia.Rich heritage of Bosnia is
one amaising true history not so nown to the world,and again nown and suppresed from some circles.
Best link
http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Troy/9892/
Original manuscripts
http://www.tajnatakniga.com.mk/UK-Intro.html
Conspiracy?
http://arts.guardian.co.uk/comment/stor ... 61,00.html
Some times one truth is more amaising then five simple pyramids
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Postby f9 » Tue Jun 06, 2006 5:13 am

On the place of repply on previous posts.
One think wich Balcan people have never mastered is to see and grow positive in another human ,and they totaly have lost the sense to master destiny in positive way and for good outcomes.
That is behind all "unstopable" winds of wars and production of tragedy or comedy without good ends.
One of the most forgoten word wich should be alfa and omega in this type of cases "MAYBE" have been lost for some here and there.
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Postby stan » Tue Jun 06, 2006 12:12 pm

f9 wrote: "For good eye on the thombstones you can see person with clothes wich resemble chlotes of one famous person represented in one mosaic wide known to the people of the world. "

I looked....and I couldn't make out anyone in particular....can you give me a hint? Are you referring to Jesus?
Are the figures on the tombstones representative of the the persons buried there?

Thanks.
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hello to everybody

Postby stellarchaser » Tue Jun 06, 2006 12:52 pm

I'm new here, so first I want to say hallo to everybody on this forum. .

As for a pyramid in Visoko, everything is possible. I have studied archeology (unfortunatelly, didn't finish Univercity because of war); and can say that all findings so far (though wery poorly presented in photos and gennerally in media) pointing on man made structures, including polished monolith with unknown writings recently found in the tunnels near Visocica hill.

Balkan has very rich history, and especially prehistory. primitive forms of writings have been found on neolithic sites in Serbia Lepenski Vir and Vinca (5000 - 3500 BC), together with amazing sculptures. In fact, whole region, from Slovenia to Macedonia is rich in prehistory sites. As for Bosnia, I think we shouldn't reject thoughts about ice age too easily. Why? Bosnia is country of mountains, and because of that, during ice age, Bosnia could have been good refuge place for humans.

Anyway, further research will tell what's inside that hill, maybe in the very near future; I have feeling that world would be pleasantly suprised with the findings.

And now about other thing: I have read this forum and I'm sad to see how politics spoil this conversation. I would say to Ciko for example, who's constantly saying "Serbs and Croats are against it" that it is not true; I'm a Serb, and I fully support research on that hill, and I would be very happy if Visoko enriches world's archeology.

And few words on the beatiful medieval tumbstones that you've seen on the pictures. They belong to Bosnians who lived before bloody conquest by catholic and ortodox church. In medieval times they were also christians, closest parhaps to todays' protestants; they believed that there's no need for marble churches filled with gold - they have been building their churches out of wood. They thought that "big" churches forgot about true christianity, they lived peacefully and humbly. But history haven't been mild to them. They were proclaimed as heretics both by the West (Rome) and East (Konstantinople), and have been constantly under political and military pressure. Conquest by Ottoman empire brought an tragic end to this nice medieval people. These tumbstones are all what is left from them - they didn't want to build palaces or marble churches.

Huh, sorry for taking your time! looking forward to hear from you

Warm regards from Bosnia to all.

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Postby Minimalist » Tue Jun 06, 2006 1:20 pm

Hello there, Alex.

Welcome to the melee!
Something is wrong here. War, disease, death, destruction, hunger, filth, poverty, torture, crime, corruption, and the Ice Capades. Something is definitely wrong. This is not good work. If this is the best God can do, I am not impressed.

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Postby Fortuneteller » Tue Jun 06, 2006 4:12 pm

Bosnian tombstones, we call them stecci… This one is still my favorite.

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http://www.angelfire.com/hi5/profesorhk/Epitaf1066god.html

There are about 60 000 of these tombstones in Bosnia. As you could see, many of them are much more elaborate, but I am always amazed with “complex simplicity” of the one above.

Stan, you may see more stecci if you follow these links.
http://www.bosnia.org.uk/bosnia/viewitem.cfm?itemID=428&typeID=302http://www.angelfire.com/hi5/profesorhk/BosanskiSrednjovjekovniEpitafi2.htmlhttp://www.zemljabosna.com/stecci.html

I was hoping that somebody would mention the Bosnian church and “conspiracy”. If something is truly mystical and un-researched in Bosnia that is the Bosnian church (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bosnian_Church). Despite the crusades against the members of the church, it seems that there were periods when the church was blooming and when the Bosnian rulers were “admiring the heretics”.

Speaking of the pyramids in Bosnia, I can understand Os and his logical starting points. I can understand his opposition too. Let’s hope that the situation will be resolved in a positive way. I can even understand all those people who visited the hill, because I remember our trips to Bobovac and good time that we had there. (Bobovac is another medieval city in Bosnia http://www.turizam-zdk.net/web-bos/data/kultura-bobovac-kakanj.jpg)

While I was looking for this link, I’ve realized that I forgot what were the occasions and why we went there at the first place, but we had fun. I am obviously getting too emotional… Who started this about Bosnian stecci anyway? You guys made me reflect on the past. Was it Ciko? Infante terrible!

Ciko, did anybody tell you that you are good at starting new threads?
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Postby Ciko » Wed Jun 07, 2006 2:35 am

sun pyramid, stone blocks on stone blocks

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this is from the eroded side of the pyramid

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Re: hello to everybody

Postby Irna » Wed Jun 07, 2006 5:19 am

stellarchaser wrote:I'm new here, so first I want to say hallo to everybody on this forum. .

As for a pyramid in Visoko, everything is possible. I have studied archeology (unfortunatelly, didn't finish Univercity because of war); and can say that all findings so far (though wery poorly presented in photos and gennerally in media) pointing on man made structures, including polished monolith with unknown writings recently found in the tunnels near Visocica hill.

Alex


Hello Alex,

Are you maybe Saša Janković, who is listed here http://www.piramidasunca.ba/eng/meni/komiteti/arheoloski/arheoloski.htm as a member of the archaelogical comittee of the fondation ? Because his email (stellarchaser@hotmail.com) uses a pseudo identical to yours.

If so, I'd like to ask you one or two questions : first, as you say here that you didn't finish your studies, don't you think it's quite misleading that you are listed as "archaeologist from Belgrade University", and not as "former student in Belgrade University" ? And second, as someone who should know how professional archaelogists work, can you explain us, among other things, why there isn't a single quality picture (I mean professional picture) of the excavations, which could explain why the findings are so "poorly presented" ?

If you are not Mr Jankovic, please forgive my inquiring !

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Postby Beagle » Wed Jun 07, 2006 6:29 am

Ah Yes - the peaceful world of Archaeology. :lol:
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Postby Beagle » Wed Jun 07, 2006 6:32 am

BTW that IS an interesting website. Shows how the various sub-committees are set up.
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Postby stan » Wed Jun 07, 2006 6:56 am

Subcommitee on Stone Spheres....

ls to consider the original location, the exact address where they are located today, energy benefits of the spheres, recorded stories about them, etc.).


I'm going to order some energy from the spheres as soon as their addresses are made public.
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Postby Minimalist » Wed Jun 07, 2006 10:05 am

Ciko,

Can you translate the sign in this photo?


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Postby Fortuneteller » Wed Jun 07, 2006 11:51 am

It has been announced (source Osmanagic's web site) that the following experts are joining the team. (I added the links)

1. Egyptian archeologist Mr. Lamia El-Hadidy, University of Cairo
http://www.archaeology.org/interactive/hierakonpolis/field/fortc.html
http://www.hierakonpolis.org/resources/NN2002.pdf (page 9)
http://213.132.220.88/CCER/apps/persons/Egypt.html
http://www.iae.lmu.de/iae/memlist-2006.html

2. Dr. Vivek Singh from India (no links found)

3. Dr. Amer Smailbegovic, Nevada, USA
http://www.unr.edu/spacegrant/research/pubs_2000.html
Dr. Smailbegovic’s first reports helped Osmanagic create his hypothesis about the Bosnian pyramids. You probably know this report.
http://www.bosnianpyramid.com/images/GeophysicalAnalysis.pdf
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Postby Ciko » Wed Jun 07, 2006 12:22 pm

Ciko,

Can you translate the sign in this photo?



prosna sonda br 4B

i dont know what prosna mean, sonda is sond, br = number
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Postby Ciko » Wed Jun 07, 2006 1:20 pm

http://www.astraeamagazine.com/osmanagi ... o_frm.html

latest interview with Osmangich

07-06-2006 Sam Osmanagic reports on progress and discusses some of the critique on the project.
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