Bosnian Pyramids Tunnel Excavation, November 2014 - May 2015
Continuing Ravne tunnel excavations with the intention of breaking through to passages that lead beneath and into the Bosnian pyramids.
Archaeological Park: Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun Foundation has been engaged in the excavation of Ravne Tunnel Labyrinth since 2006, shortly after Dr. Semir Osmanagić discovered an ancient pyramid complex in Visoko, Bosnia.
Archaeological Park, a nonprofit foundation created by Dr. Osmanagić to oversee the excavation of the pyramid complex, and its associated tunnels, hopes to continue excavations in the coming months, from November 2014 through May 2015.
For several years, Archaeological Park Foundation received government support for its archaeological excavation projects.
However, for two years, the Foundation has received no government assistance.
With this crowdfunding project, our nonprofit Foundation is offering the public the opportunity to financially support its mission to continue employing Bosnian locals to work in Ravne Tunnel Labyrinth throughout the fall, winter, and spring -- until tourism money in the summer months of 2015 can again energize the project.
The Bosnian Pyramids Project is open to everyone -- there are no secrets here: all archaeological discoveries are made public immediately. And we hope that this spirit of inclusiveness will inspire everyone who reads this project description to make a donation small or large. Every donation helps bring us closer to our goal of uncovering an ancient mystery.
Ground-Penetrating Radar (GPR) satellite scans, performed in 2014 by artifacts researcher and alternative history speaker Klaus Dona, have shown that open (as opposed to filled-in) sections of Ravne Tunnel Labyrinth exist beneath the Bosnian Pyramid Complex.
This exciting news means that Foundation workers will soon be able to break through from existing, laboriously-excavated sections of the tunnels to new, already fully open, and much more extensive sections that lead beneath and into the pyramids themselves.
What new discoveries exist inside these pyramids -- two of which are taller than any other pyramids in the world -- can only be imagined.
For years, the international community has strongly supported the Foundation's excavation projects with volunteer help from all over the globe.
Since 2010, volunteers from 50 countries, and from every walk of life, have paid substantial money to fly to Bosnia, secure accommodations, and help physically excavate this ancient, 30,000-year-old tunnel labyrinth. And since 2006, scientists from scores of countries have arrived in Visoko, Bosnia, again at their own expense, to engage the many mysteries of this ancient pyramid complex.
This strong international support has been the backbone of the Foundation's continuing success in its mission to plumb the depths of ancient history.
The Foundation's open-information policy -- a policy of immediately sharing scientific results with the world (a policy unheard of in archaeological circles) -- has undoubtedly helped to inspire this attitude of the sharing of time and energy on the part of both volunteers and scientists.
In the following video, Dr. Osmanagić talks about the Foundation's open information policy:
"Dr. Semir Osmanagić explains Archaeological Park Foundation's open information policy, July 30, 2014"
It has been an incredible journey into the dark mists of history, since Dr. Osmanagić's discovery of an ancient pyramid complex in Visoko, Bosnia in April 2005. The Foundation wishes to continue its work of discovery and revelation as the new millennium unfolds.
Please consider becoming part of this leading-edge archaeological project, a project that is even now rewriting history to reflect the astonishing truth that advanced human civilizations existed in the distant past and that ancient technology was far superior to what our textbooks have told us.
All of the discoveries made by Foundation workers have been shared, and will be shared, with the world -- both on video and, if people choose to visit Visoko, Bosnia, in person.
As Dr. Osmanagić states, "The knowledge belongs to all of us."
Risks and challenges
Semir Osmanagić has successfully directed the excavation of Ravne Tunnel Labyrinth for 8 years.
Although challenges have occurred in the past -- such as the theft (three times) of electrical cables strung throughout the tunnels, the withdrawal of government grants after several years of financial support, and other administrative difficulties -- work has always continued to proceed in alignment with financial resources at hand.
Please consider donating any amount to this exciting project and becoming part of rewriting human history to reflect the fact of the existence of technologically and spiritually advanced human civilizations in the distant past.
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