Sam Osmanagich, Ph.D.

Sam Osmanagich, Ph.D.

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Sam Osmanagich, Ph.D., Anthropology Professor and director of Center for Anthropology and archaeology at the American University in Bosnia-Herzegovina. Foreign Member of the distinguished Russian Academy of Natural Sciences (2010), with dozens of Nobel Prize winners in its membership.

Discoverer of the Bosnian Pyramid complex in central Bosnia (2005). Member of the Archaeological Society of Alexandria (2006). Author of 13 books on ancient history and pyramids.  Renowned pyramid researcher on five continents. “Almost everything they teach us about the ancient history is wrong”, has became his famous lecture-opener.

Media appearances: CNN (breaking news in 2006), 30-minute special  about his work on ABC, BBC, National Geographic, History Channel, most of the European TV channels.

Author and narrator of 12-epizode documentary “Search for the Lost Civilizations” based on his book Civilizations before beginning of the official history and filmed in Peru, Easter Island, Bolivia, Costa Rica, Mexico, Germany, France, UK, Malta, Bosnia, Egypt, Lebanon and Jordan. “Ancient megalithic sites can be understood only if viewed through the physical, energy and spiritual realms at the same time”, claim Osmanagich.

Principal investigator of inter-disciplinary scientific project “Bosnian Valley of the Pyramids” (2005 - to Present) which has become the most active archaeological site in the World. Established non-profit “Archaeological Park: Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun” Foundation for archaeological research (2005). Hundreds of volunteers, from six continents, come every summer to help uncover the biggest pyramids on the Planet.” Project is open to everyone, no elite science”. Osmanagich lectures all over the world.

Discovery of Bosnian Valley of the Pyramids forever changes our view of ancient history: (1) these are the first pyramids in Europe, (2) they have the most precise orientation to the cosmic north, (3) pyramid is covered by the most quality concrete, (4) these pyramids are the largest on the Planet, (5) radiocarbon dating confirmed them to be the oldest. Recent measurements on top of the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun (2010-2102) have confirmed existence of energy beam, electromagnetic and ultrasound fields, proving the pyramid to be energy emitter and receiver.

Osmanagich has been a president of the Met Company, Inc. a manufacturing plant in Houston with 100 employees since 1995. Osmanagich has become a first “honorary citizen” of the Town of Visoko in 2006. Daily newspaper „San” from Sarajevo awarded Osmanagich title „Man of the Year 2007 in Bosnia-Herzegovina” for his research project Bosnian Valley of the Pyramids and affirmative promotion of Bosnia-Herzegovina in the world.

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