The pyramids of Bosnia are one of the most fascinating and mysterious archaeological discoveries of modern times. These ancient structures discovered in the heart of Bosnia have been the subject of intense study and debate for many years, and many questions about their origin, purpose and construction remain unanswered.
Discovery of the pyramids
The pyramids of Bosnia were discovered by Dr. Semir Osmanagic, a Bosnian-American researcher, in 2005. Dr. Osmanagic was investigating a hill in the town of Visoko when he noticed that it had a flat top and a stepped appearance similar to the pyramids in Egypt and Mexico.
Further investigation revealed that the hill was in fact a massive pyramid nearly 220 meters high and over 36,000 square meters in area. Additional pyramids have been discovered nearby, including the Pyramid of the Sun, the Pyramid of the Moon, and the Pyramid of the Dragon.
Mysteries of the pyramids
The pyramids of Bosnia raise many questions and debates among archaeologists and historians. One of the most debated questions is their age. Although Dr. Osmanagic claims they are more than 12,000 years old, some scholars believe they date to the medieval era, around the 15th century AD.
Another mystery surrounding Bosnia's pyramids is their construction. According to Dr. Osmanagic, the pyramids were built using a technique known as the "dry stone" method, which involves laying stones without using mortar or cement. However, some experts claim that the stones in the pyramids were quarried from a nearby hill and used for construction during the medieval period.
Despite the controversy, the pyramids of Bosnia continue to attract tourists and explorers from around the world, fascinated by their mysterious origin and incredible size.
Comparison to other ancient pyramids
The pyramids of Bosnia are not the only ancient pyramids found in the world. Egypt, for example, is home to the most famous pyramids, including the Great Pyramid of Giza, which is considered one of the Seven Wonders of the World.
The Egyptian pyramids are believed to have been built about 4,500 years ago. They were built using huge blocks of limestone and granite, which were delivered from quarries many miles away. The pyramids of Bosnia, on the other hand, were built from sandstone and conglomerate rocks found in the local area.
Pyramids in Mexico, such as the Pyramid of the Sun and the Pyramid of the Moon, are thought to have been built by the Aztec and Mayan civilizations about 2,000 years ago. They were also used by them as ceremonial centers and tombs for rulers.
In addition, ancient giant pyramids have also been found in China. And surprisingly, there are even more pyramids in China than in Egypt. Only between the major cities of Xi'an and Xiangyang there are several hundred. The slopes of many of them are planted with small conifers. It is even believed that for many years the Chinese have disguised these structures as natural hills. Chinese pyramids conceal a lot of mysteries that are just waiting to be solved.
The pyramids of Bosnia also remain a mystery; their purpose and functions are still unknown. Some experts suggest that they could have been used for astronomical observations or as a religious center, but there is no concrete evidence to support these claims.
Ley Line Theory
There is a fascinating phenomenon known as the ley-line theory that has recently been attracting attention. These lines are believed to connect some of the most mysterious structures on Earth, including ancient monuments, pyramids, temples, megaliths and mounds. The lines form intricate geometric figures of varying scales that connect into a single network. Some believe that the ley-lines correspond to the power lines of the Earth's energy field, on which these structures are located. Interestingly, following the ley-lines can lead to the discovery of yet undiscovered structures and places.
It is noteworthy that the Bosnian pyramids are located on the same ley-line at 43 degrees north latitude, which covers the range from 42 to 44 degrees. Other mysterious structures such as the dolmens of Japan and Korea, the megaliths of Mount Pidan in the Far East of Russia, the Issyk and Turgen barrows in Kazakhstan, the dolmens near Tuapse in the Caucasus, the pyramid of Cestius in Rome, the pyramid of Aztalan Park and even the alleged pyramids of Crimea and France are located on this line.
The pyramids of Bosnia are one of the most fascinating and mysterious archaeological discoveries of the modern era. Their enigmatic origin, incredible size and controversial age have caused controversy and disagreement among scientists and researchers.
Although they share some similarities with other ancient known pyramids found in Egypt and Mexico, the pyramids of Bosnia remain unique and mysterious, defying explanation and revealing new mysteries every day.
As new research and discoveries shed more and more light on these awe-inspiring structures, we can only hope that we can still unravel the mysteries and unlock the secrets of pyramids scattered around the world long before us.