Friday, February 15, 2008
Thursday, September 07, 2006
Pyramids in Ukraina + Vladivostok
Tuesday, September 05, 2006
Breaking News: Documentary film wrap!
The full 45 minute version will be available on DVD and ready to order within the next two to three weeks. Don't worry, we'll publish the link as soon as the shop's set up. We're also going to submit the film to various international documentary film festivals over the next few months, if only for the fun of it.
So, stay with us to find out about public festival screenings and eventual TV broadcasts.
Monday, August 21, 2006
How about this one?
This piece of dark stone, fitting very well into a man's fist, has a strange shape:
1. TOP = knob-like, round, with chiselmarks, not polished
2. BOTTOM = square cut, polished perfecty, with sharp edges
looks like some kind of tool, more like a key or door handle.
Semir called it a decoration piece of the pyramid!
Saturday, August 19, 2006
Just another piece of Sandstone?
It fits smoothely into one hand and could be used as tool, like hammer or grinding device. There is a scar,like an edging on one side of the stone - the stone is not broken - which could result from a rope being tied in order to hold a handle.
It could as well be just a nice looking piece of sandstone, washed by the sea or river to get this peculiar shape.text+foto G.Lukacs
Thursday, August 03, 2006
Just Sandstone Or Engraving?
The stone looks like a tile = rectangular shape, 9x11cm, sandstone, one side carved, backside plain.
To me it appears as
1)a bear-like animal playing with a thorned ball.
2)Or the image of Europe, with the Hispanic peninsular, Italy and the Balkan.
More puzzling is the ball with thornes below the pawn of the (maybe) bear, which could be the sun (if it is a map). Actually a boat with the sun on it which travels the adriatic sea. The boat takes the sun from east, where it rises to the west, where it sets, according to mythology (the sunbark which is well known on ancient images).
I had 2 replies (1 affirmativ, 1 negativ)
1 question was: did you get it analized. No I did not go to any laboratory or institute,because of time+cost consuming. First wanted to know if someone else can see an image. Anybody interested can get that stone and do whatever analysis.
Monday, July 24, 2006
Stecak or cosmic disc?
It does not look like a stecak but rather like a drawing of planetary orbits with a hole for the sun in the middle.
The stecci (singular: stecak), the monumental medieval tombstones that lie scattered across the landscape of Bosnia-Herzegovina are the country’s most legendary symbol. Although a few are found in Croatia and Montenegro, the vast majority are found within the borders of Bosnia-Herzegovina – 60,000 in all, of which approximately 10,000 are decorated (and sometimes inscribed). Appearing in the 12th century, the stecci reached their peak in the late 14th to 15th centuries, before dying away during the Ottoman occupation.
Their most remarkable feature is their decorative motifs, many of which remain enigmatic to this day. Spirals, arcades, rosettes, vine leaves and grapes, suns and crescent moons are among the images that appear. Figural motifs include processions of deer, dancing the kolo, hunting and, most famously, the image of the man with his right hand raised, perhaps in a gesture of fealty. The most beautiful of the stecci graveyards is that at Radimlja, near Stolac,
Text+foto by G.Lukacs
Friday, July 21, 2006
Calcium hydroxid: glue for stone blocks
Natural Calcium oxid is a mineral found in feldspat and clay, in combination with water becomes calcium hydroxid.
Calcium hydroxid or hydrated lime ("Kalkwasser")is used today to raise the calcium concentration and pH value. e.g.in aquarium
But what for was it used when the blocks were shaped?
The foto shows a huge block covered with a vertical (not horizontal)layer of paste like glue. Or liquid gypsum that hardened. The block was found under 1m of clay on the very steep base of sun pyramid (before coming to sonda 5)text by G.Lukacs
Tuesday, July 18, 2006
The distance Visoko - Giza is 1900km(1870 exactly), which would be appr.8 times 240km and therefore would not fit into the pyth.triangle pattern marked on the map.
We will check this theory again (thanks to bloggers who noticed the incongruency)
Saturday, July 15, 2006
Bosnian Pyramids = Energy Transmitters?
posted by G.Lukacs
Saturday, July 01, 2006
Symbol protects Pyramid
There is a butterfly shaped stone of orange color found and exposed on Visocica hill plateau. A symbol is engraved: a reverse S with a line crossing. This symbol is a well known and frequently used symbol for protection and strengthening of technical and architectural structures!
The Austrian team documented the stone by foto, drawing, measurement and dowsing.
text+foto by G.Lukacs
Tuesday, June 27, 2006
Breccia or Cement? Sealed or natural?
One kind is smoothly polished, the next one is rough and rugged, the third kind does not absorb water at all (it does not even get wet).
What is it? Natural stone or ancient concrete? Naturally polished or rugged by nature? Sealed by man or nanotechnology produced by nature?
We ask all geologists to send us their opinion. Especially on the fact that Breccia stone does not become wet when poured water over it. How is it possible that water forms bubbles and just rolls off like milk on a hot oven when only centimeters away the same stone does not show any anomaly?
VIDEO ONLINE www.magisch-reisen.at (click to pyramids)
text+foto by Gabriele Lukacs
Monday, June 26, 2006
Scientist´s Conclusion "there is something great"
We were protected by a snake finder and lead by Mr.Zombie with the machete as the terrain is steep, jungle like and dangerous. We turned every stone to investigate its compound, orientation and source of layer.
This is what Dr.Barakat told me as his personal conclusion after 40 days of study:
1.Visocica and Pljescevica Hill clearly show signs of being shaped by man.
2.Nature cannot form Breccia and sandstone into equally sized square blocks, neatly put together to fit four perfectly oriented sides of a pyramid shaped hill.
3.Man obviously shaped the stone blocks, polished them, cut in form and covered the sides of the hills.
4.Purpose, age and culture is unknown.
5.The hills were there and man shaped the natural breccia and sandstone layers
6.The Breccia shows unknown anomalies, similar to cement or concrete.
7.He found the Breccia quarry from where the stones could have been broken.
8.There was an earthquake appr.3000 ys.ago which destroyed the west side of Visocica hill. The stone layers follow the fault, which is a clear indication that the layers have been already there at the time of the earthquake!
text+foto by Gabriele Lukacs
Sunday, June 25, 2006
Mystery behind the Wall
The Austrian team with Gabriela Lukacs was helping to clean the clay from the structure and found clay smelling from rotten organic material.
There is a brickwall of 2x2m towards the hillside which has not yet been opened. What is behind the wall? Is it a wall or a door? The bricks look much younger than the stones of the tomb. Have different cultures been using or building this place?
There is a mystery with this place:
- probes of the soil got lost or are spoiled because visitors dropped cigarette ash
- workers were told to dig behind the wall but by mistake were digging at the left side where nothing was found
- the egyptian archaeologist stopped the digging because the wall could collapse
Wednesday, June 14, 2006
Brandnew Documentary Trailer Online!
Watch the new trailer here!
In case you do want to donate to the featured non-profit charity organisation "The Fallen Soldiers' Families of Visoko", here's their webaddress:
The money goes to children and families who lost their husbands, sons or fathers during the war, and who face financial hardships and/or health problems.
Bank account information:
ABS Banke dd Sarajevo, Visoko
199 047 0004283277
Contact: Amra Babic (President)
Sunday, May 28, 2006
Pyramids and Superstars
Photo: Peter Miletits
Another superstar from Bosnia, singer Hari Mata Hari, the third place winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 2006, is talking about the pyramids in an exclusive interview with Butterflies and Bunnyrabbits.
Text/Photos by Robert Huttinger
Archeologists at Work
Archeologist Silvana Cobanov talking about the sand stones with Egyptian Geologist Ali Berekat.
Archeologist Silvana Cobanov pointing out artificial structures at the excavation site.
Stone tiles put to the side for further examination.
The new sondes show further proof of man shaped stone blocks.
Text/Photos by Robert Huttinger