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Bosnian Pyramids and ancient civilization in movie: Finding the Truth.
There are a civilization and the pyramids in Europe older than the Egyptian! Fiction or Truth?
Bosnian-American historian and entrepreneur Semir Osmanagic claims that there are pyramids in the Visoko valley in Bosnia, a conclusion he has reached after a series of excavations that began in 2006. His opponents are trying to stop further excavations and present the pyramid theory as a fraud. But in the same valley, German archaeologists are excavating the "Butmir culture", a Neolithic civilization that is more than 7000 years old. The Egyptian archeologists and geologist confirm the Pyramid existance and conect them to "Butmir culture".
The contradict about the bosnian pyramids, the connection to the known civilization, avant-garde figure of US historian, the politics and media as well as involved scientists give the matter constant thrilling. Over four years the documentary follows main actors from Bosnia, Germany to USA and Egypt uncovering the truth about the distant past, as well as human factors: passion, jealousy and hypocrisy. In the end, both sides confirm that Bosnia represents the cradle of civilization, culture and art. In certain way this documentary represents a Pyramid as well, compiled form hundreds of interviews and credible facts, it guides the viewers to the essence.
DR. OSMANGIC: The ancient people who built these pyramids knew the secrets of frequency and energy. Evidence clearly shows that the pyramids were built as ancient energy machines.
Dr. Nabil Swelim:
The bosnian pyramids are pyramid hills. Geologically formed and then perfected by human intervention. The potential in Bosnia is that we have thru pyramid form, we have it oriented to the cardinal points, we have it with certain relationship to other pyramid hills in that area, and all this is very important. Weil we have other concrete evidence in the tunnels, in the scripts that were found in the tunnels, and in the megaliths which are rectangular in shape, which have to be investigated, again: geologically, archeologically and architecturally.
Dr. Mona Haggag:
There is certain affinity between the ancients and the pyramidal shape. This is what we can say: The people there cope with the nature and tried to make it in concordance with what they believed in and what they liked, and they paid effort in order to reshape the hills into pyramids.
Dr. Mostafa ElAbbadi:
Man live there, man dug areas underneath the hills. For what purpose we don't know, to live in, to hide in, to store in? There was an human intervention, no doubt about that.
If they combine the study of archeological remains already found around the bosnian pyramids, not right there, but all around; that needs lot of work. And they may find little pyramids par example, like the one found at the site. Work is producing new results, we have to wait.
Dr. Jochannes Müller:
There have always been innovation centers in the Adriatic as well as in the central-Danube area, where inventions were made, where new stylistic objects or new religions or rituals were invented....Okoliste near Visoko holds major importance as the biggest settlement that existed in the Neolithic and copper ages in south-east Europe.... and is something that we address as central settlement with political and economical power.
Dr. Helmut Kroll:
Their life was not essentially so different to some life in the early 20th century in central Bavaria.
Ma. Robert Hofmann:
They were fare less primitive than we think, they were complex society as our society is today.
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