Discovery of New Prehistoric Underground Tunnels at Bosnian Pyramids

Exclusive: Discovery of New Prehistoric Underground Tunnels at Bosnian Pyramids

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Ten years of scientific and archaeological investigation of the Bosnian pyramids have brought many exciting moments as well as dramatic turnovers which are seeking the redefining of our knowledge about history.

One such breakthrough happened in April 2015. During the six-months of cleaning and passing through new sections of the prehistoric underground tunnels, which had been discovered some time ago, the employees of the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun Foundation were faced with various difficulties. During the winter of 2014 and spring of 2015, they hardly won new meters of tunnel. In one moment, in February 2015, one branch of the tunnel which leads to the South, toward the Bosnian pyramid of Sun, ended with a huge rock.

We decided to go around the rock by using side passageways. Like many other tunnels which we already discovered, these were packed with fill-out material (gravel and sand). Two side passages, to the East and West, ended in conglomerate material after about ten meters. We tried one more direction but that one didn’t led us to the desired result as well.

Bosnian Pyramid Tunnel

Then we decided to go around a large rock by digging a tunnel around it. Employees carried out this activity carefully, constantly checking the stability of the material, and checking measurements of oxygen and carbon dioxide. After thirty meters, the rock was bypassed.

Discovery of New Tunnels

I was in Houston when they told me that they discovered a new tunnel behind the rock.  It was a new section, without any fill-in material, but was submerged underwater. I made the decision that workers should stop the work and wait for my return to Bosnia.

I formed a team of six members for the first scientific screening of the newly discovered sections.

This was not the first time that we had found open sections in which the human foot had not entered for a long period of time. It is a special feeling for every researcher and the moment when dreams come true.

Every time when the investigators have found prehistoric underground tunnels in Egypt, Mexico, China or Peru, those were often the world’s attractions and leading news which were shared across all media.

In our case, we have already explored many sections of tunnel made by intelligent hands in the distant past. So far, we have discovered 1,550 meters.

Exploration of the New Tunnels

The day of entry in the new section of the tunnel finally came. On April 30, 2015, with full protective equipment, rubber boots and waterproof suits, lamps, and compasses, we were ready for adventure. 

Working in the tunnels of the Bosnian Pyramid

The team consisted of the following members:

  • Dr. Sam Osmanagich, Discoverer and Principal Investigator of Bosnian Pyramids
  • Anela Preljević, B.C.in Archaeology (UCL London) and Foundation’s field archaeologist
  • Mejra Kozlo, B.C. in Geology and Foundation’s field geologist of Foundation
  • Engineer Osman Buza, assistant of Cantonal Minister for Economy
  • Jock Doubleday, videographer and PR Director of the Foundation
  • Edo Građan, employee of the Foundation

Working in the tunnels of the Bosnian Pyramid

We went to the left side, heading towards the West. The height of the tunnel is around 110-120 cm. We started walking in a bent over position. I led the team. The tunnel was filled with water 20 cm deep. In some places it reached 30 cm. We found three dry sections, without water. We were looking left and right, there weren’t side passages. On the pebble floor we did not see tools or artifacts. There were no traces of burning on either the walls or the ceiling. We found some interesting elongated pieces of stone that our archaeologist Anela took for analysis.

Finally, the tunnel ended. A dry section with pebbles at the end had a round pool fifty centimeters in radius and fifty centimeters in depth. The water was clear and clean. We gave the first statement to the camera and turned back. Osman and Edo measured the length of this part of the tunnel. It was 41 meters long.

Tunnel in the Bosnian Pyramid

We went back to the entrance. We agreed to visit a section in the opposite direction. I said to Jock to go first and to record while the water is clear. Behind him were Anela and Meira, then Osman, Edo and me. We moved to the East. After a few meters we came to the first intersection. It has led exactly in the direction of the South. I liked that because it is the direction of the Pyramid of Sun. The tunnel, which was open, ran for about three meters before being filled with gravel material to the ceiling. We were stopped there and took a photo.

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IronicLyricist's picture

it would certainly be interesting to find out what the piece of wood is dated to.. if it verifies your earlier article… http://www.ancient-origins.net/news-history-archaeology/bosnian-pyramid-... and just because i have to OF COURSE conventional archeologist would state this is a “natural” occurance, as it pushes their limits of credulity… i find it much more credible that it is 30kyo, and that most of the pyramids found all over the world(including underwater japan india bermuda) are of a similar age… but people .. arguing ad hominem does NOTHING but prove that there will never be a comparable civilization as those that built the pyramids, cydonia, phobos, iapetus, the type e asteroids, and the moon… we are truly in the last age and unless people can get over the “im better than you” attitude, the wonders that could await us will forever be out of our grasp.. and so i grieve………..

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Exactly. Aside from what genuine mainstream academia thinks, a recent piece on a Nat Geo doc showed a couple of genuine mainstream geologists/ archeologists showing genuine mainstream FEAR at the state of the alleged tunnels! And that pretty much sealed the deal for me.     The desire of those guys to get out was far more apparent than some rubble and mud being a slightly different texture to some other rubble and mud. Then the view from round the back of these things where they look amazingly like…. all the other big hills in the area. 

Well, if YOU ALL want to put your money in this scheme of dozens of millions of euros per year... Feel free to do so.
I won't sleep one night less because of it.
LOL

".......The egyptian pyramids were built by who? oh, jewish slaves? And you have found evidence of this? oh, no you haven't. okay.... oh, the information you regurgitate came from the bible... cool, very scientific......"

and those slaves today are department heads of the universities who struggle to maintain the 'linear advancement' theory hornswoggle. Anything like this which pours salt in their wounded egos and destroys their long held fable induces them to send out their propaganda trolls like Aaron to be the first to lay their negative comments. There are more things hidden in the Smithsonian basement than are drempt of in your imagination. Mainstream archaeology....pfft.

I don't mean to burst your bubble here, but I am not following your argument. That the Bosnian pyramids are anthropogenic because the contemporary academic theory about how the Egyptian pyramids were constructed is wrong, is not a logical conclusion. I am not saying that they are or that they aren't, but discrediting a very broad group of people about a distant, tangentially related point does not validate any claim made on the Bosnian pyramids. Please provide specific verification for why they are man made. This should be relatively easily solved, by either side. Osmanagich posits that the material unearthed is poured concrete, geologists say that it is the same material in the surrounding area and that is it not of a unique composition. Why doesn't Osmanagich provide the specific details of the material unearthed that indicate it was poured concrete? There's no reason to get emotional or defensive, a simple objective analysis will reveal the facts.

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