Bosnian Pyramids In 2020: The Most Active Archaeological Season In 15 Years
The Bosnian Pyramid complex represents the largest, most active geoarchaeological site in the word. In 2020, as we begin a new decade, Dr Sam Osmanagich and The Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun Foundation is celebrating its 15th year since multidisciplinary investigations of the Bosnian Pyramids began.
This year’s upcoming summer excavation season promises to be the most intense yet, with active archaeological excavations taking place across the pyramid valley, both above and below ground on the Bosnian Pyramids of Sun & Moon, Vratnica Tumulus, Ravne Tunnels, Ravne3 Tunnels and the newly discovered Ravne4 Tunnels.
Independent researchers and volunteers from around the world will continue to assist with the excavations and ongoing research.
In 2005, Bosnian born anthropologist Dr Sam Osmanagich announced to the world’s media his discovery, that a group of hills in the vicinity of Visoko, a small town in central Bosnia, were not hills at all but were in fact buried and forgotten Pyramids of both monumental size and extreme age.
The Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun, the largest of the Bosnian Pyramids, is estimated to be at least 300m tall. The Bosnian Pyramid of the Moon, though smaller at 190m tall, is still over 50m taller than the Great Pyramid of Giza.
The response to his announcement was mixed, with equal amounts of excitement from those enthusiastic to esoteric ideas regarding the world’s ancient pyramids, skepticism from many, including the local Bosnian population and, despite lack of any proper scientific investigation on their part, outright condemnation from academic circles intent on maintaining a crumbling paradigm.
When Dr Osmanagich first made his statement to the world press his pyramid hypothesis was based initially on several direct observations: