In this short video (just 9 minutes), Dr Sam Osmanagich explains the three biggest discoveries at those amazing pyramids and enigmatic tunnels in Visoko, Bosnia. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WFCzAW2nQbQ If you are saying, “What pyramids in Bosnia?” – then look at some of the other videos here on this site or check out the official Foundation website here: http://piramidasunca.ba/eng/home-en.html The largest pyramid in the Valley of the Pyramids in Visoko is one third again larger than the biggest one in Egypt, and has been dated at 29,200 years, which makes it the largest and the oldest in the world. Some of the dry walls in the tunnels date back at least 19,000 years – the earliest are at least 5,000 years, and more, older levels are being discovered – and they have remarkable healing properties. Do go and learn more. And if you would like to come with us on our next visit, simply let me know and I will add you to the list! My mobile number is 07597 020 512: I look forward to hearing from you!
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This new 20-minute video starts with Dr Sam Osmanagich explaining the various elements that combine to create such a natural healing environment in the tunnels. Then people who have experienced healing for a range of issues, from a cancerous tumor to fibromyalgia and more tell their own stories. We shall be visiting this magical place in April / May 2021 – if you would like to join us, get in touch – email me at: email@example.com or call / text on 07597 020 512.
As I write this, on 21st April 2020, I should be sorting out my suitcase ready for the flight to Bosnia a week tomorrow. Sadly, because of the Coronavirus, airports are shut, there are no flights – we are in lockdown. But it takes more than a pesky pandemic to keep intrepid Indigos down! Nigel Grace, our guide and mentor, and I have been planning fresh dates – we shall be travelling (all being well) at this time next year. And we already have enough people for two full groups of 20 or so. If you would like to join us, get in touch now – we are planning, we shall be going, and it would be great to have you along with us! Typically we go for a full week, flying from Heathrow to Sarajevo. Bus collects us, takes us to Visoko, the little town at the feet of the Pyramid of the Sun that guards the Valley of the Pyramids. We stay at a hotel in Visoko – the photo shows a view of the pyramid from the hotel – and have a flexible schedule that includes time in those amazing, enigmatic tunnels every day, along with a...
Message from Dr Sam Osmanagich, from those amazing tunnels in Bosnia – do watch!
As many of you may know, an Indigo Outing to those fabulous Bosnian pyramids and tunnels was planned for the end of April 2020. Sadly, given the current restrictions on travel, we have had to postpone our plans. There was already another list of people eager to go and experience for themselves the place, the people, the energy, and our guide Nigel Grace and I have been looking at dates in September. At this rate, there will be a number of visits once we are all free to travel again! If you would like to join us, do please get in touch. The outline of the 7-night April visit will be a blueprint for future trips, although variations are possible. We will be based in the pretty little town of Visoko at the foot of the Pyramid of the Sun at the head of the Valley. There will be time in the tunnels, with their amazing healing energy, every day for those who wish to do so (and believe me, once you have been, you will wish to do so!). There will be trips to the Pyramid of the Sun and the Pyramid of the Moon. Talks will be arranged...
This is a fascinating video by Dr Sam Osmanagich, telling his story, the story of pyramids and, of course, the story of those fabulous Bosnian pyramids. It’s about an hour and a quarter, taken from the official Bosnian Pyramid Foundation website, which is well worth a visit to find out lots more.
The River Fonjica runs through the town of Visoko, on the edge of the Valley of Pyramids in Bosnia. An elegant, gentle-flowing river, it meanders gracefully towards the pyramids – but why does it not flow faster? This article is taken from the official website of the Bosnian Pyramid Foundation, and the answer is just as fascinating as the question! http://piramidasunca.ba/eng/latest-news/item/15415-bosnian-pyramid-complex- and-fojnica-river.html
Presentation by Nigel Grace on Sunday 23rd February 2020 The Valley of the Pyramids in Visoko, Bosnia, is probably the largest active excavation site in the world right now, and it is a fascinating, mysterious place whose spiritual significance is becoming increasingly obvious. A group of Indigos went there in 2018, and everyone had their own extraordinary experiences. The April/May trip is already full – but the list is open for the next visit, provisionally pencilled in for mid-September 2020. Nigel Grace, who is our guide for these Indigo trips, has been a volunteer and guide at the Bosnian Pyramid Foundation since 2011, and works closely with Foundation founder Dr Sam Osmanagich and Geology manager Richard Hoyle. Nigel’s knowledge of the place and the people, and his understanding at a spiritual as well as a physical level, is second to none. SUNDAY 23rd FEBRUARY at HAYWARDS HEATH TOWN HALL, Boltro Road, Haywards Heath RH16 1AB, 10am – 12 noon tickets £7.50 Nigel will be giving a presentation with stunning images and video clips to illustrate the rich history and extraordinary workmanship and artefacts that have been uncovered, along with personal stories from some of the visitors and volunteers who have...
This is an article written by Nigel Grace, who has worked as a volunteer at the Bosnian pyramid site for a number of years off and on, and knows the place very well indeed. Prior to the Indigo outing there in 2018, Nigel gave a talk to tell us more about it all. If you would like some background information – download Nigel’s article here: Talk by Nigel Grace – Bosnian Pyramids and Energy Pyramids Around the World (revised) There will be another trip to visit these amazing pyramids and tunnels in April 2020 – if you would like to join us, get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org or 07597 020 512.