Bosnian pyramids

To all English-speaking readers, I apologize for the bad quality of my English. I have made myself the translation of my texts from French and, as everybody knows, French are said to be quite bad at foreign languages :-).

Please feel free to email me if you happen to see some really horrible mistake!

And whenever you find a good translation, know that it has been revised by Hermione for the first year, and more recently by Abacus, both of whom I thank greatly!

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Thursday 8 June 2006
by Irna

Translations of this article: [français]

Pyramids in Bosnia?

The "Bosnian pyramid" affair began in October 26th, 2005, with an article in the Bosnian daily newspaper Dnevni Avaz, translated on the BBC website (en). According to this article, there is in Bosnia, near the town of Visoko (en), a pyramid similar to the Egyptian ones, "Europe’s first (...)

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Monday 2 May 2011

From Mensur Omerbashich, King of Bosnia and other realms:

"Gravity is found herein to be the repulsive mechanical vibration of the aether, meaning that aether-detection experiments have yet to become sensitive enough."

"To test my claim I propose a Space mission to collect on-site
measurements of eigenperiods of the Sun, its planets, and their satellites."

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Wednesday 16 February 2011

From Nenad Djurdjevic, alias "Hyperborean", trying to explain why the Turin Polytechnic report has never been published:

"To reveal the chemical composition of the high strength concrete of the Bosnian pyramids would be like revealing the formula for Coca-Cola. I do not think that Osmanagic, who is an excellent businessman, would be so naive and stupid as to do so. Just imagine the value of this formula in construction."

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Wednesday 16 February 2011

From Paolo Debertolis, alias "Pablito", dentist and big fan of pseudoscience, about his interlocutor who was trying to understand why the "reports" from the Foundation were not translated or not published:

«Ma come medico credo che il problema sia da ricercare da qualche altra parte e sia di natura psicologica.»
«But as a doctor I think the problem is to be found somewhere else and is psychological in nature.»

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Wednesday 16 February 2011

From Mrs. Sabina Alikadic, journalist, today Mr. Osmanagic’s wife, in an email to her future husband:

"So, we’re cheating for the sake of truth :)"

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Wednesday 16 February 2011

From Dr. Muhamed Pasic, who needed one year to study samples of sandstone from the "pyramid of the Moon":

"I came to very important results, on which basis I conclude that it is a sediment of siliceous origin."