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Richard’s Items

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2. ‘How does it feel?’ – Bob Dylan wins Nobel literature prize

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3. Barack Obama and Doris Kearns Goodwin: The Ultimate Exit Interview

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Dr. Sam’s Items

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CONFIRMED: THE WORLD’S LARGEST STONE BALL IS IN A ZAVIDOVICI

By: Dr. Sam Osmanagich, Ph.D.

The discovery of new stone balls in Zavidovici in March 2016. sensational echoed throughout the world. “Archaeological Park: Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun” Foundation has organized a wide media campaign in the presentation of this prehistoric phenomenon. Once again the territory of Bosnia has been mentioned as the site of the ancient civilization, much older than the conventional view of human history.

The samples of the stone ball were sent to the faculties in Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina, and now we present the analysis that we have.

Geologist Miodrag Jovovic from Belgrade has done petrographic (macroscopic and microscopic) analysis of the sample, concluding presence of the “massive texture” which consists of “quartz, muscovite, iron oxide, magnetite,” and “carbonate base is basal cement”. Apparently, all energetically active elements.

Faculty of Mining, Construction and Geology at the University of Tuzla conducted analysis to determine the particle density (the ratio of the mass of particles according to its volume). Master of Geology Mersudin Hodzic signed a statement in which he determined the value of the density of 2.64 g / m3.

The volume of stone balls is equal to the value of 14.14 m3.

Weight in kilograms, then, is simply determined by multiplying density (“specific gravity”) and volume. The weight of the stone balls in Zavidovici is 37.32 tons!

Large stone balls of granodiorite I saw in Costa Rica, the largest of which reached a weight of 25 tons. To the west of Mexico, near town of Ahualco, at “Piedras Bolas”, volcanic stone balls reach 35 tons.

Measurements of the stone ball in Zavidovici and comparison with the so far biggest balls in Central America confirm that the Bosnian stone ball is heaviest and largest in the world!

 

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2. BIGGEST STONE BALL IN EUROPE JUST DISCOVERED IN BOSNIA

By: Dr. Sam Osmanagich, Ph.D.

I’ve been researching prehistoric stone ball phenomenon for 15 years. I’ve visited several times shaped granite stone balls in southern Costa Rica, volcanic stone spheres in western Mexico, “cocina” stone balls in the small island in Pacific – Isla del Cano, volcanic stone balls on Easter Island, some of them in Tunisia, and Tenerife on Canary Islands. They are also present on Antarctica, New Zealand, Russia, Egypt, USA, Argentina… I wrote about stone balls found in Balkan region: northern Albania, province of Dalmatia in Croatia, western Serbia.

When I established non-profit “Archaeological Park: Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun” Foundation, our team has started investigation of this phenomenon in Bosnia. We have discovered them in twenty different locations, either shaped or, in some instances, made from different materials. We found granite stone balls in the Teocak village in northeastern Bosnia, volcanic stone ball near town of Konjic in middle Bosnia and sandstone stone spheres in many locations in western and middle Bosnia.

Most of the stone balls were located near small town of Zavidovici. It used to be 80 of them in 1930s. In the meantime, some were taken by the river further down to the river Bosna, most of them have been destroyed in 1970s after rumors of gold being hidden in the middle of them, some were taken by locals and moved to their backyards. Only eight stone balls remained in what we established as Archaeological Park: Bosnian Stone Balls”. We’ve started promoting this location and it’s been visited by thousands of tourists every year.

With the winter months over, again near the town of Zavidovici, excavation of the enormous stone ball has started. By the mid of March 2016, it became obvious that the most massive stone ball in Europe has been discovered. Name of the location is village Podubravlje.

So far, less than half of the ball has been uncovered. Preliminary results show the radius to be between 1.2 – 1.5 meters. Materials have not been analyzed yet. However, brown and red color of the ball point to very high content of the iron. So, the density has to be very high, close to the iron which is 7,8 kg/c.c. If we take value of only 5 kg/c.c. we have all the elements for the preliminary calculation of the mass.

Mass comes to be over 30 tons !

It makes this Bosnian stone ball the most massive in Europe. However, if further lab testing shows higher content of iron, than this will be the biggest stone ball in the World surpassing those in Costa Rica (35 tons) and Mexico (40 tons).

Over stone balls we see signs of natural sedimentation: layer of sandstone plates, then clay, soil and vegetation. It takes tens, even hundreds of thousands of years for this sediment to form.

What would be the significance of this discovery?

First, it would be another proof that Southern Europe, Balkan and Bosnia in particular, were home for advanced civilizations from distant past and we have no written records about them. Secondly, they had high technology, different than ours. Finally, they new the power of geometrical shapes, because the sphere is one of the most powerful shapes along with pyramidal and conical shapes. No wonder, that pyramids and tumulus phenomena can also be found in Bosnia.

While visiting the site group of dowsers were recorded that aura field improve and grow when exposed to the vicinity of stone ball. It seems that ancient did one more thing better than us. They new Planetary energies better, living in the harmony with our Mother Earth.

So, we’re creating one more site in Bosnia which would be of global importance for researchers and visitors.

Video of the discovery: https://vimeo.com/159863772

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STONE BALLS AROUND THE WORLD

4. Palmar Sur, Costa Rica

3. Palmar Sur, Costa Rica

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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4. Palmar Sur, Kostarika

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5. San Jose, Costa Rica, National Museum

5. San Jose, Costa Rica, National Museum

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

6. Isla del Cano, Pacific Ocean

6. Isla del Cano, Pacific Ocean

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

7. Mexico, Piedras Bollas

7. Mexico, Piedras Bollas

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

8. Piedras Bollas, Mexico

8. Piedras Bollas, Mexico

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

9. Piedras Bollas, Mexico 2

9. Piedras Bollas, Mexico 2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

10. Antarctica

10. Antarctica

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

11. Slovakia

11. Slovakia

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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12. Easter Island

12. Easter Island

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

13. Egypt

13. Egypt

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

14. Kremna, Serbia

14. Kremna, Serbia

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

15. Mirdita, northern Albania

15. Mirdita, northern Albania

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

16. Stublja, Croatia

16. Stublja, Croatia

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

17. Konjic, Bosnia

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18. Slatina, Bosnia

18. Slatina, Bosnia

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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OSMANAGICH IN THE SIBERIAN TOMSK: FIRST FOREIGNER TO VISIT THE MODERN PYRAMID COMPLEX

The discoverer of the Bosnian pyramids Dr. Sam Osmanagich Ph.D. has became the first foreigner to visit the modern pyramid complex in Tomsk. It is a construction complex in progress, which is located deep in Siberia. So far, nine pyramids are completed forming two rectangular with the central and the highest pyramid in the middle.

Osmanagich’s visit in August 2016 was with the permission of the owner of the complex, businessman Vladimir L. and accompanied by the designer of the pyramids Valery Uvarov.

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“PYRAMID POWER” CONFERENCE HELD IN SARAJEVO”

Sarajevo hosted the International Scientific Conference “Pyramid Power” in the period September 3-10, 2016. Conference was organized by the “Archaeological Park: Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun” Foundation. Six lecturers and eighty participants were accommodated in the hotel “Park” in Sarajevo’s suburb Vogosca where evening presentations were held.

The Conference participants visited major active archaeological sites discovered by the Foundation: Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun, Bosnian Pyramid of the Moon, tumulus in Vratnica, Prehistorical Underground Labyrinth Ravne, newly discovered tunnel “Ravne 2”, the Bell Tower and two locations of the stone balls in town of Zavidovici.

Speakers at the conference were:

– Dr. Sam Semir Osmanagich (Bosnia/USA), who spoke about the scientific criteria of the pyramid, the chronology of the discovery of the Bosnian pyramids and prehistoric underground labyrinth Ravne, energy measurements, research updated in 2016 and the spiritual and healing aspect of the project

– Dr. Patrick Darcheville (France) held a lecture on “Energy Pyramid and Geo-biology”. During the presentation he introduced the results of his research in which energy calibration in the Bosnian Pyramids takes place in the middle of the triangle of the Pyramid of the Sun, Moon and Dragon

– Dipl. Eng. Goran Marjanovic (Serbia) from “Center for Heritage of Nikola Tesla” from Belgrade presented the results of the latest measurements in the Bosnian Valley of Pyramids. Especially fascinating was scientific fact that the mutual distance of the ancient buildings was very well defined and only such distances can amplify a specific electromagnetic frequency that is formed on top of the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun.

– Emina Karamehić (BiH), a student of the fifth year of the Medical Faculty in Sarajevo, presented the results of a medical pilot study from August 2016. The medical condition of the twenty patients who were exposed to the energy of Prehistoric Underground Labyrinth Ravne were examined during the period of two weeks. The results unambiguously show that the regeneration process takes place during their stay in the tunnels and thus scientifically proves the self-healing process

– Osteo-archaeologist Sue Jones (UK), spoke about the archaeological, energetic and spiritual aspects of the Bosnian pyramids during visits to specific archaeological sites

– Electro-technician Sasa Nadjfeji (Serbia) from “Laboratory for Polycontrast Interference Photography of Serbia” spoke about the results of PIP recording of all the objects in the Bosnian Valley of Pyramids stressing that they are all energetically active, including newly discovered elevation the Bell Tower. Also, the results show that after the PIP camera recording of more than two hundred participants before and after the stay in an underground tunnel Ravne, the beneficial effects could be noted.

Conference participants warmly welcomed such great results of scientific research and studies carried out. It is interesting that many themselves felt the beneficial effect of Bosnian pyramid energies.

There is no doubt that after his return to France, Great Britain, United States, Belgium, Germany, Sweden, Norway, Iran, Indonesia, Singapore, Austria, Serbia, Switzerland and other countries, all of them will become the best ambassadors of the project of the Bosnian pyramids and Bosnia in general.

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Tim’s Items

1. Bodrum-Pyramid-Aerial-View

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Semir Osmanagich, Ph.D.

Met Company, Inc.

http://piramidasunca.ba

LEX_2379Semir Osmanagich, Ph.D. is a Bosnian-born Houston (USA) resident author, researcher and businessman. He discovered an ancient pyramid complex in Visoko, Bosnia-Herzegovina consisting, to date, of eleven artificial structures: the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun, the Bosnian Pyramid of the Moon, the Bosnian Pyramid of Love, the Bosnian Pyramid of the Dragon, the Temple of Mother Earth, Vratnica Tumulus, Dolovi Tumulus, Ginje Tumulus, KTK Tunnels, Underground Labyrinth “Ravne” and “Ravne 2” tunnels. (Photo gallery)

He has established a non-profit and non-government “Archaeological Park: Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun” Foundation to pursue the excavation and geo-archaeological work. (http://piramidasunca.ba)

Semir Osmanagich was born on June 1st, 1960 in Zenica.

His father Prof. Dr. Muris Osmanagic obtained his first PhD in mining exploration in the former Yugoslavia, held the highest scientific award “Nagrada AVNOJ-a”, was a member of the Yugoslav Parliament, a minister in Government, and the author of a number of books and scientific articles. His grandfather Munib Osmanagic moved from Visegrad to Sarajevo between two World Wars and became a director of “Merhamet Bank” in Sarajevo and a member of Parliament of Kingdom of Yugoslavia.

Semir Osmanagich completed elementary school in Sarajevo, graduated high school (“Druga gimnazija”) in Sarajevo as a top student in his class in the City of Sarajevo (“student of generation”) and completed college diplomas, Masters and PhD at the University of Sarajevo.

His business career started in the mid-1980s at UNIS (United Metal Industry of Sarajevo), at a huge 55.000-employees corporation where he was working as a research fellow in UNIS-Institute on strategic planning.  In 1989 he started his own export-import and construction business in Sarajevo (Bosnia) and Split (Croatia) as the owner of the “Meteorit, Inc.” and “Meteorit 2, Inc.”.

After he moved in Houston, Texas he was working for the manufacturing company “Houston Protectors, Inc.” as a general manager. He started his own business “Met Company, Inc.” (est. 1995.), a manufacturing company with the customers in Oil&Gas, Construction and other industries. Dr. Sam is presently President of the Met Company, Inc. which employs over 120 employees and is also the owner of “Met Holding Group, LLC”. He was a long-time member of the Board of Directors of the non-profit “Alliance for Multicultural Activities” in Houston.

Dr. Sam is a member of the Archaeological Society of Alexandria (est. 1895) and became the first “honorary citizen” of the town of Visoko in 2006.

The Sarajevo daily newspaper, San, awarded Osmanagich the title of “Man of the Year 2007 in Bosnia-Herzegovina” for his research project, Bosnian Valley of the Pyramids, and for his promotion of Bosnia-Herzegovina in the world.

Osmanagich has been admitted as a Foreign Member of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences in Moscow, one of the most respected scientific institutions in the world with over twenty Nobel-prize winners. He is also a member of the Croatian Academy of Science and Art for Diaspora based in Bazel (Switzerland) since 2015.

Osmanagich holds his doctorate in Sociology of History. His PhD thesis was about the Mayan civilization and has been accepted at the University of Sarajevo.

EDUCATION:
– Ph.D. in Sociology of History: The Mayan Civilization, University of Sarajevo, Bosnia (Abstract)
– Master of Sciences in International Economics, University of Sarajevo
– B.S. in Political Sciences, University of Sarajevo
– B.S. in Economics, University of Sarajevo
– 2 years training in Sociology, University of Sarajevo

PUBLISHED BOOKS:
Osmanagich has authored fourteen books about ancient civilizations (The Mayan World, Peruvian, Mexican, Pacific, African and ancient European civilizations) and pyramids around the Word that have been published in the United States, Turkey, Slovenia, Serbia, Estonia, Croatia, Turkey, Hungary, Czech Republic, Germany, France, Serbia, Spain, Kuwait, Italy and Bosnia-Herzegovina. (Books)

MEDIA EXPOSURE:
2006 – CNN, the most watched cable news program, announced as a “Breaking News” Osmanagic’s discovery in April 2006
2007 – ABC, the most popular US TV network, aired 30-minute “Special about the Bosnian Pyramids” <<LINK>>
2008 – BBC, the biggest European TV, aired news about the Bosnian Pyramids during the most popular show, duration 4,5 minutes
2009 – NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC CHANNEL – the most popular program about popular science aired 15-minute documentary about the Bosnian Pyramids and interview with Osmanagich
2010 – NTV, Moscow, most popular Russian TV; Italia Uno, most watched Italian TV, Nova TV, Croatian television; TVT, state television from Turkey; Channel 5 from Macedonia; they all filmed an interviews with dr. Osmanagich in the Bosnian Valley of the Pyramids
2012 – History Channel, “The Secrets of Pyramids” <<LINK>>
2013 – “Espana 5”, Spain
2014 – Discovery Science Channel, 30-minute episode “Bosnian Pyramids as Energy Machines”,<<LINK>>
2015 – Hungarian “TV Duna”; “The Strait Times”, Singapore; “SITEL TV”, Macedonia
2016 – “TV3”, Slovenia; “TV My Planet”, Russia; “TRT”, TV from Turkey

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Tim Saunders

Email:                  tim@tsyd.com
Website:              www.tsyd.com

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Tim Saunders is a British national who grew-up near to the south-coast of the United Kingdom. Positively influenced by the nearby yachting and shipping scene, he chose his ideal career path at the age of ten when he decided to become a yacht designer. He followed in his father’s footsteps in Television Production for a few years which soon lead him – full circle – to become involved in a number of ‘then’ cutting-edge documentaries about Technology and Watersports, namely Tomorrow’s World, Horizon and a series named Waterfront. These experiences served to boost his interest to ‘create yachts’ for living and he soon found a place at the coveted Coventry University where he studied Industrial Design (Transportation). While this was one of only four colleges in the world that specialised in Automotive design, from the start he elected to apply this rich learning experience to create a career in yacht design.

Following his graduation, Tim was fortunate to have been offered appointments at many of the world’s highly revered yacht Design Studios, working on an array of live Superyacht projects of all different sizes, styles and uses. During what he affectionately calls his apprenticeship years, Tim honed a sharp eye for fine detail, problem solving and soon built-up a wide range of design and management skills during a circa. 10 year period. He gained a wealth of experience from many facets of the industry, custom design. production design, exterior styling, interior design, systems, naval architecture, materials and manufacturing – while working with many of the world’s most respected Naval Architects, Shipyards and Interior Cabinet (Furniture) Makers. In 1999 Tim established his first independent Design Studio, based in Holland, and rapidly became involved in the design of a number of new yachts ranging in size from 10m / 40 ft to 100m / 400 ft. Tim measured his success by finally fulfilling a long term wish to exhibit his work at the Monaco Yacht Show, which lead to key introductions that still generate a regular supply of commissions today. Following the appointment of a particularly large project, a 225m / 738’ vessel, he relocated his business to Chelsea Harbour in South-West London and set-up a larger Team. Some years later, in 2009, Tim chose to move his home to one of the natural crossroads of the world, Turkey, where he continues to reside with his young family on the Aegean coastline in the south east of this ancient country. Tim Saunders Yacht Design LTD continues to be very busy, currently working on multiple iconic custom superyachts for local and international Clients.