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Reality or aliens?

When I attended primary school  I was taught that Egyptians built the highest Pyramid in the world (147 meters high)… but my teachers probably didn’t know about the existence of the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun, the first pyramid discovered in Europe (200 meters high).

Semir Osmanagich (a member of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences, and Professor of Anthropology at the American University in Bosnia-Herzegovina) discovered that there are five pyramids 20 miles northwest from Sarajevo, in the so-called Bosnyan Valley of the Pyramids: they’re known as the Pyramid of the Sun (which, as I wrote, is the tallest one), of the Moon, of the Dragon, of Mother Earth and of Love.

This discovery was very important because they’re the oldest known pyramids on the planet… but, what’s even more astonishing, the pyramid of the Sun has the most precise orientation towards the cosmic north, with an error of only 0°, 0’ and 12”, which is very low to be a pure coincidence!!

The list of these and other wonders about Bosnian archeology doesn’t end here and it shows that the builders of the original pyramids knew about energy, astronomy and building better than we do.

I wrote “energy”. Our books define it as the ability of a physical system to perform a work; however, I don’t think that a real definition for energy exists, I see it as an abstract concept: it appears in many different forms (kinetic, electrical, mechanical, chemical, nuclear, thermal) and they are related to each other by the fact that conversions can be made from one form of energy to another,  so we see the effect that it produces. Oops, I never change: I was going to stray from the main topic of this article, even if this theme is very interesting and (maybe!) it could be the idea for another post.

In my opinion, a recent demonstration that we still don’t know what energy is, is that a team of physicists has detected an energy beam coming through the top of the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun. Its radius is 4.5 meters while its frequency is 28 kHz; it is continuous and its strength increases when it moves away from the pyramid.

This very strange phenomenon contradicts the existing laws of physics and technology: electromagnetic waves are usually produced by antennae, while in this case the old builders probably also created an energy machine which is still working!

Under the pyramids, archeologists have discovered a labyrinth containing three chambers and a small blue lake. They’ve been called the “healing rooms” because the ionization level is 43 times higher than the average concentration outside. This makes it an ideal place for people’s rejuvenation and regeneration, indeed there is no technical radiation found in the tunnels and no cosmic radioactivity.

A similar event happened when Hector Siliezar visited The Mayan Pyramid of Chichen Itza in Yucatán, Mexico; he took a photo in which the pyramid seemed to be irradiating a beam of light off its top. According to a NASA researcher, Jonathan Hill, it’s only an artifact due to the way cameras bounce around the incoming light. So he thinks that “the image is awesome” but it’s only an “iPhone glitch”.

On the other hand, others think that the light beam is a sign from the gods, a warning about the date that marks the end of the Mayan calendar.

Another mysterious beam of energy has been detected through the top of the pyramid of Moon in Teotihuacan (Mexico)…

All these events make some people believe that pyramids have an extraterrestrial origin…

Has E.T. ever been one of us without realizing it?


8 thoughts on “Reality or aliens?

  1. Woow it’s a very interesting article! 🙂
    I’ve never heard anything about this “Pyramid of the Sun” before! 🙂

  2. I think that we all students agree with you, so you will feel younger (even if personal age won’t change); and if you are more relaxed, we won’t need to go there after a stressful school year and we all will live happily ever after 🙂

  3. Now, if the question is “how do students see their teachers?”, poleyn’s comment is the most eloquent (and painful) answer…

  4. Ukefranz, my comment was ironic..even if the it tells you the opposite, i have great esteem for my teachers. Indeed, many of them (among those i’ve had until now) are very good at their job because they pass their enthusiasm to students and, in particular, they rouse my interest. I didn’t want to hurt you 🙂

  5. Oh please, don’t worry about this. I’m old, but I still recognize a joke when I read one!

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