"All As One" - Volunteers excavate the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun, July 10, 2017





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Published on Jul 13, 2017

Volunteers for Archaeological Park Foundation, a Bosnian nonprofit NGO, excavate the hardest, most water-resistant, most durable concrete ever tested, ancient or modern, on the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun, July 10, 2017.

An upper hardness rating of 133.8 megapascals was obtained in the laboratory for Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun concrete, which makes the concrete on the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun far harder than Roman or modern concretes.
"The Bosnian Pyramids - Amazing Presentation by Dr Semir Osmanagic"

Artificial, extremely hard ancient concrete covering the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun and excavated over the last several years in Visoko, Bosnia. Photo taken July 26, 2014. . . . Please note the layering of the concrete. Four layers have been found beneath up to a meter or more of construction clay, which itself lies beneath a deep layer of organic accumulation - soil.

"Wherever we dig [on the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun,] we are finding the concrete material. . . . Now, look at this block, for example. . . . [This particular concrete block is] four and a half meters [wide], four and a half meters [long]. . . . So four-and-a-half times four-and-a-half, that's 18 square meters. The thickness is about 75 to 80 centimeters. So it's 14.5 cubic meters. . . . The specific weight of this material is about 2.4, so the weight, the mass, of this block is about 32 tons. Thirty-two tons. That [other block], very similar. And so on. Here we have two layers of blocks: one, and below is the second one. And then [below it] we have clay. And then [below it] we have [a third layer of] concrete, and then [below it] we have sandstone blocks."
- Dr. Sam Osmanagich

"Semir Osmanagić gives a tour of the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun to members of the NATO branch in Bosnia, November 14, 2014"
(start minute thirty-six thirty)

"Another factor in the concrete durability is the water absorption [rate]. The water absorption rate of the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun concrete is 1.1%, and the lower the water absorption rate, the better. The best water absorption rate of modern-day concrete is 3% . . . Therefore, the concrete on the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun is almost three times less likely to absorb water as the best concrete that we make in modern day. . . . The water doesn't get in as much in the winter. . . . And therefore it doesn't freeze inside the concrete in the winter, and therefore it doesn't expand and break the concrete. So water is not a problem in general for the ancients' concrete. This is concrete that Robert Schoch calls natural. This is concrete that Graham Hancock calls natural. This is concrete that Wikipedia calls natural. This is concrete that Zahi Hawass calls natural." - Jock Doubleday
(start minute six twenty-six)
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"[The Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun is] sending information from our planet to the sun [and it continues on] from the sun to the center of our galaxy, from the center of our galaxy to the center of the universe, and back! The pyramids are transmitters of information, but they also act as the antenna: they receive the information. So it goes both ways."
- Dr. Sam Osmanagich, Ph.D.
(start minute 8:57)
"Cosmic Internet Discovered in the Bosnian Pyramid Complex"

"Is the Cosmic Internet running hot in the sleepy Village of Visoko?"

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April 25, 2017

Archaeological Park: Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun Foundation's official web site is here:

Ways To Volunteer:

Here's the link for volunteering with expeditions:

And here's volunteering without expeditions:

Also, for informal volunteering, of if you have any questions on the above two programs, feel free to contact Ajdin Ahmetspahic who works with the volunteers:

All are welcome in the Bosnian Pyramid Complex.

"Semir Osmanagić explains Archaeological Park Foundation's open information policy, July 30, 2014"


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