The Bosnian Pyramids Update: Pyramid Energy & Underground Tunnels
Sam Semir Osmanagich is a Bosnian-born researcher and author now living in Houston, Texas. He is most known for his discovery of an ancient pyramid complex in Visoko, Bosnia which consists of five colossal stone structures in the shape of the pyramid with an extensive pre-historical underground tunnel network. He has established the non-profit and non-government "Archaeological Park: Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun" Foundation to pursue the excavation and geo-archaeological work. He lectures extensively around the world and promotes the Bosnian Valley of the Pyramids Project and archaeological tourism in Bosnia. Osmanagich is a member of the Archaeological Society of Alexandria, he has become a first "honorary citizen" of the Town of Visoko in 2006. He has been admitted as a Foreign Member of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences in Moscow, he holds his doctorate in Sociology of History and his PhD thesis about the Mayan civilization has been accepted at the University of Sarajevo. Sam is with us to talk about the latest discoveries and research about the Bosnian Pyramids. We begin to address the skeptics and move on to discuss the new findings related to the beam of energy that have been measured to come out of the top of the pyramid, the underground tunnels, waterways, the lake and the intriguing ceramic statuettes found underneath the pyramids. In the second hour we go into greater detail about the Bosnian Pyramids, the recent discoveries, the underground network of tunnels and many of the interesting geological anomalies and signs, symbols and statuettes that give subtle clues about the ancient civilization behind the pyramids. We discuss the waterway, the lake and the ceramic statuettes found underneath the pyramids.