Tuesday, June 27, 2006

Breccia or Cement? Sealed or natural?

Different kind of Breccia stone can be found on different locations of the Sun Pyramid. It looks like each variation would serve a different purpose.
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"

On 23 June, just one day before the scientific conference in Sarajevo the Austrian team accompanied the two geologists Dr.Amer Smailbegovich and Dr.Aly Barakat on their field trip around and up and down Visocica Hill.
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

On June 19 archaeologist Nancy Gallou from Greece opened a structure at the sonde of the so called moon pyramid. The rectangular stone structure of 2m by 3m looks like a tomb. Today Nancy found a stone plate at the bottom of the possible tomb. Everybody is eager to see what is underneath. Is it another stone layer or is it a tombstone?
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!

To keep the wait short, we have released a brandnew trailer, featuring new material from the 'Pyramids of Bosnia' documentary, coming up August 2006.

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:

www.gazije.co.ba


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)