Pyramids Around The World
Pyramids Around the World is an in depth look at pyramids which have been discovered on every continent on Earth—Bosnia, Egypt, Mexico, Peru, India, China and even the United States. Filled with more than 300 color photographs documenting various locations and aspects of the pyramids, this book is a must see.
Dr. Sam Osmanagich has authored 11 books about ancient civilizations and narrated a 12-episode documentary “Search for Lost Civilization” for the state Bosnian television FTVBiH (2007). This documentary was based on his book, Civilizations before the Official History (2005), and filmed in Peru, Bolivia, Easter Island, Costa Rica, Mexico, United Kingdom, France, Germany, Malta, Egypt, Jordan and Lebanon.
In 2005, “Dr. Sam” discovered what turned out to be the first pyramids in Europe near the town of Visoko, Bosnia-Herzegovina. In 2008, Dr. Osmanagich hosted an archaeological conference in Sarajevo which fueled controversy about his discovery dividing the archaeological community. He will host the second archaeological conference in September of 2012 in Sarajevo.
Excavation on the vast complex has been ongoing and run by his non-profit Archaeological Park: Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun Foundation since 2006 compiling more and more evidence to validate his claims. To date the excavation has yielded 5 pyramids of various sizes as well as a vast labyrinth of underground tunnels and a pyramid that is 30% larger than the largest structure on the Giza Plateau.
Dr. Osmanagich is principal investigator of this project which has yielded some of the pioneering electromagnetic measurements in the pyramids. He is known worldwide as an expert on pyramids and has investigated the sites of pyramidal structures in China, Mauritius, Canary Islands, Egypt, Peru, El Salvador, Guatemala, Bolivia, Honduras, Mexico etc.
Dr. Osmanagich holds a Ph.D. in Mayan Studies and is a Foreign Member of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences of Moscow, one of the most respected scientific institutions in the world. He lectures around the globe and is also a member of the Archaeological Society of Alexandria.