Join Judy this coming Tuesday, May 22 live with host Darius Barazandeh on You Wealth Revolution as she brings forth new and exciting information about the Bosnian Pyramids.
Judy will discuss her recent trip to the town of Visoko in
Bosnia-Herzegovina, where she was guest speaker at an international Pyramid Conference.
In 2005, Dr Sam Osmanigich, an ex patriate Bosnian archeologist living in the USA, discovered what he thought were five pyramids located in a valley near Sarajevo. Osmanigich named them Sun, Moon, Dragon, Love and Earth. Subsequent excavation uncovered large rectangular-shaped blocks of concrete sheathing the Pyramid of the Sun. Buried at a depth of one meter under the top soil, the ancient artificial, man-made cemented concrete has been chemically analyzed and found to be very sophisticated, of extreme hardness and according to scientific institutions in Bosnia, Italy and France, far superior to modern concrete.
In 2012, a fossilized leaf was discovered on top of the concrete blocks that cover the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun. Carbon dating gave the age of the leaf as 24,800 +/- 200 years, thus giving 25,000 years as the minimum age of the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun and making it the oldest pyramid in the world.
In addition, there is an ultrasound beam measuring 28kHz rising up through the center of the Pyramid of the Sun, which gets stronger as it moves away from the apex.
Many thousands of pyramids have been discovered in the past 100 years. Built by ancient civilizations they can be found in Central and South America; the Canary Islands and Mauritius; north Sudan, China, Cambodia as well as in Egypt. There are even pyramids in Greece and Italy. They have never been places of burial.