Schuman’s resonance on Bosnian Pyramids

Schuman’s resonance measured on Bosnian Pyramids

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Serbian Electrical Engineer Goran Samoukovic from Belgrade came with his team to Visoko on April 12-14, 2013. They performed detailed detection and measurements of electromagnetic phenomena in Bosnian Valley of the Pyramids: Bosnian Pyramids of the Sun and Moon, Vratnica tumulus and Underground Labyrinth Ravne.

They detected following significant frequencies at those locations:

  • Frequency of 28.4 kHz which had been measured in several other occasions by Croatian, Serbian, Finish and Italian experts. This particular frequency do not have use in our technology.
  • Technical frequency of 50 Hz and GHz nearby electrical cables with an extremely bad effects to human health
  • Beneficial Schuman resonance of 7.83 Hz ideal for physical, mental and spiritual advancement. It seems that Bosnian pyramid complex has been generating, maintaining and enriching Schuman resonance for very long time affecting in a positive way its surroundings.

Preliminary results show magic melodies from the Schuman resonance detected on Bosnian pyramids and Underground Labyrinth.

Engineer Samoukovic will present detailed results at the “Hidden History Conference” in September 2013 in Visoko.

Bosnian Pyramid of the Moon – Magic melody… 

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