BOSNA'da Keşfedilen Piramitler (Güneş, Ay ve Ejderha)




Pyramid of the Sun

Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun (former Visocica), with its height of over 220 meters, is one third taller than the Great pyramid of Egypt. Four sides of the pyramid are perfectly aligned with the cardinal points (North-South, East-West). Measurements made by the Geodetic Institute of Bosnia and Herzegovina suggest that northern portion of the pyramid is forming geometric feature of triangle, with equal sides of 365 meters and inner angles of 60 degrees. North side of the pyramid is oriented towards stellar north (like the Great Pyramid of Egypt), in parallel with position of the North Star.

Numerous scientific analysis suggest artificiality of the monument: satellite imagery, thermal inertia analysis that shows quick heat loss due toinner chambers and hallways; penetrating radar suggests straight passageways with 90 degrees intersections; water drainage and inner angles of 45 degrees characteristic for artificial objects. Geo-archaeological research uncovered man-made stone blocks that the pyramid walls.

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Pyramid of the Moon

Former Pljesevica hill represents typical step-pyramid named the Bosnian Pramid of the Moon. Initial digging uncovered the foundation, terraces, plateau on the top of the pyramid, vertical wall and rectangular structure under one meter thick layer of soil. Four sides of the pyramid align with the cardinal sides (North-South, East-West). Thermal inertia analysis shows much quicker heat-loss than surrounding natural hills. Sandstone plates and blocks are exclusive building material used by the pyramid builders. During last 100 years locals have used those plates as a "quarry".

Bosnian Pyramid of the Moon, together with Sun and Dragon pyramids form a perfect triangle with 60 degrees inner angles.

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Pyramid of the Dragon

Satellite images, thermal analysis and radar studies performed at the site, all independently confirming the existence of pyramid shaped architecture. So far, no excavations have been carried out at the pyramid, but preliminary geologic investigation confirmed the presence of man-made stone blocks lying beneath soil surface.

The Bosnian pyramid of the Dragon, together with the other two, Sun and Moon, form the perfect triangle with the distance of 2.2 kilometers.

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Network of Underground Tunnels

Initial research and local legends suggest that the whole net of underground tunnels exist under the Bosnian Pyramid Valley. Working hypothesis is that these tunnels connect all pyramids and other sites of importance. Researched area of one of the tunnel sections show intersections at 90 degrees, man-made ceilings and chambers and ventilation shafts.

Several man-made sandstone monoliths have been found with symbols that might represent first European writings.

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Stone Spheres

One of the greatest mysteries for archaeologists and other scientific researchers today represents the phenomenon of stone spheres. First stone spheres were found in the early 1930's in the delta of river Diquis in Costa Rica. Since then were found hundreds of stone spheres of many different sizes in different locations of the world. Many of them are built from the mineral called grandiorite that is very firm. Bosnian stone spheres phenomenon was actualized in 2004 when Mr. Semir Osmanagic and his team of independent researchers and historians found few stone spheres in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

First Bosnian stone spheres were found near Banja Luka. There has been found either the biggest stone sphere in Bosnia and Herzegovina whose construction was probably interrupted in one of its phases, so that the stone sphere seems not finished, which means that rough and by its outfit it is distinguished from unwritten rule that says that all stone spheres were glazed at the end of their construction.

Going further more locations with stone spheres have been discovered. In the place of Teocak were found 8 stone spheres that were built from granite, while in the settlement Ponikve near the town Vares was discovered an irregular shaped stone sphere that was probably formed by magmatic rocks. The stone sphere of Ponikve weighs about 4 tons. In the village of Zlokuce, near town Kakanj, there are few stone spheres that have the same mineral composition and also few elongated stone megaliths for which people during thepast attributed magical healing powers. A small stone sphere is kept in the library of Franciskan Monastery in Kraljeva Sutjeska near Kakanj. Stone spheres were also found in two locations of neighboring Maglaj - in the village of Jablanica and on the hill Cikota.

In the settlement Grab near Zavidovici has been discovered another location with the greatest number of stone spheres ever found in Bosnia and Herzegovina. On that location were found tens of stone spheres that were moved by clueless villagers to other locations. Today, there are about 15 unharmed stone spheres and either about 20 half-spheres. Their diameters vary between 50 cm and 2 m. The origin of these stone spheres is not known till these days, but there are few stories that people retell.


Legends concerning the formation of stone spheres in Zavidovici

The most interesting legend concerned to the stone spheres is certainly the one that narrates about an inundation occurred in 1936. The legend says that the day was dark as night, and it was pouring with rain so much that the brooks and rivers left their beds and the inundation brought stone spheres to the place where they were discovered many years later by researchers Semir Osmanagic, Jovo Jovanovic and Ahmed Bosnic listening to stories and legends of local inhabitants.

The other legend about the origins of stone spheres narrates the crash of wedding guests. Villagers say that the place where the stones spheres are found was the place where wedding guests crushed each other, stoned themselves, and became stone spheres. The legend, as strange and unbelievable it may sound, may be a story filled with metaphor in order to describe the creation of the stone spheres.

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