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ASME - Dec 7, 2010 "Bosnia's Pyramids"
The Forest Club
Houston, TX
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ASME - Dec 7, 2010 "Bosnia's Pyramids"
Believers say it is a discovery that will rewrite the history of the world. The steep hills outside the small Bosnian city of Visoko have been climbed, poked, and scraped by a small army of both trained and amateur archaeologists for the past three years in a quest to reveal a 12,000-year-old secret. Each balmy summer brings a swarm of volunteers, many wearing identical yellow T-shirts, who strip away soil and vegetation from the hillside while throngs of tourists hover at the edges, eager for a glimpse of what is said to lie beneath the dirt: the world's oldest and largest pyramids, more vast and ancient than those in Egypt, built by a mysterious and highly advanced civilization that has been long forgotten—until now.

At the center of it all stands Sam Osmanagich, a blond, 49-year-old Bosnian who has lived for 16 years in Houston, the charismatic head of the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun Foundation and the originator of this big dig. Widely popular among Bosnians, he even hosts his own television program—Search for the Lost Civilizations—about archaeological mysteries. He is openly backed by many at the highest levels of Bosnia's political leadership, and promotional offices in such places as the United States, Germany, Norway, and Croatia publicize his campaign around the globe.
"The Bosnian pyramid valley is the most monumental construction complex ever built on the face of the planet," Osmanagich declared on a YouTube video. "It was built by the unknown civilization so many thousands of years ago…12,000 years ago. It was a very developed civilization, even more advanced than we are."

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The Forest Club
9950 Memorial Drive
Houston, TX
United States

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Wheelchair Accessible: No

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