Janez Pelko talks about the effects on the human aura of a short stay in Ravne tunnel labyrinth





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Published on Oct 10, 2011

Researcher Janez Pelko talks about the effects on the human aura of a short stay in Ravne tunnel labyrinth, Visoko, Bosnia. September 2011.

Donations are needed for the Archaeological Park Nonprofit Foundation.

The mission of the project is to excavate four pyramids (two of which are larger than the Great Pyramid in Egypt) and one temple, as well as the Ravne underground tunnel labyrinth that goes for tens, perhaps hundreds, of kilometers.

For some reason, the labyrinth was filled with a loose mixture of sand and small river rocks, either by the culture that created the tunnels or by a subsequent culture. There are millions of tons of material to remove, and all the work must be done by hand.

The nonprofit needs light-weight wheelbarrows, carts, picks, fiberglass shovels, volunteers, and much much more.

If you have ideas on fundraising, please write Jock Doubleday, Public Relations Director, jock.doubleday@piramidasunca.ba

If you have money to donate, please visit:


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For more information on the Ravne underground tunnel complex and the pyramids and temples of Visoko, Bosnia, please visit:



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