Alternative Energy Source Dates Back 25,000 Years

Radiocarbon dating that proves the Bosnian Pyramid Complex dates back at least 25,000 years has been revealed by an international team of scientists led by Dr. Sam Osmanagich. Discovered in 2005, the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun Archaeological Park, which houses the largest pyramid in the world, is now the most active archaeological site on the planet. The team’s findings also reveal an energy beam, 13 feet in radius that transmits an unexplainable electromagnetic signal measuring 28 kilohertz coming from the center of the Pyramid of the Sun. This phenomenon has been independently confirmed by physicist Dr. Slobodan Mizdrak, Ph.D. from Croatia, professor Paolo Debertolis, anthropologist from University of Trieste in Italy, sound engineer Heikki Savolainen from Finland and electrical engineer Goran Marjanovic from Serbia.

The energy beam is theorized by Dr. Osmanagich as the reason the pyramids were built; to provide ancient civilizations a powerful source of clean energy. This is already a widely supported theory set forth by the book The Giza Power Plant by Christopher Dunn published in 1998. The Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun is 30% larger than the largest pyramid at Giza and recent excavation has uncovered an extensive pre-historical underground labyrinth system, further evidence supporting the power plant theory.

Is it possible that the fossil fuel based energy system we now rely on could have been prevented if inventor Nikola Tesla’s work on free energy hadn’t been suppressed?

Tesla’s (1856-1943) patented free energy methods were rejected due to their inability to be metered and monetized. “We urgently need to change our mistaken point of view that our ancestors were stupid and accept that they had an advanced understanding of the fabric of nature and the universe, just like Nikola Tesla, whose ideas were suppressed as they did not and do not fit in the reigning economic model,” states Phillip Coppens, author and investigative journalist. “The pyramids are proof that our ancestors knew and worked with an energy technology that we are now finally able to measure, but are still short of fully understanding.”
Coppens along with Klaus Dona of Austria and dozens of speakers attended the International Conference Bosnia Pyramid in Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina which is held annually to release findings to the public.

The method commonly used to record dates of artifacts and structures is radiocarbon dating which can accurately record dates back 58,000 years. It was pioneered in 1949 at the University of Chicago by William Libby who has since been awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his work. Italian archaeologists Dr. Ricarrdo Brett and Niccolo Bisconti discovered an organic material on the top of the concrete blocks that cover the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun. Carbon dating was performed in the Lab in Kiev, Ukraine with astonishing results: 24,800 years +/- 200 years which gives the minimum age of the pyramid structure.

Overwhelming evidence, supported by scientific research from all over the archaeological community proves that our recorded history is wrong concerning ancient cultures which in turn changes religion, science and academics. The pyramid structures that were built in Bosnia and across the globe over 10,000 years ago cannot be duplicated by modern science and machinery in the 21st century and there is no explanation for who could have built them in our recorded history.

“We realize that this site changes our knowledge of history and as such the findings will need to withstand harsh scrutiny. Our inter-disciplinary scientific team carefully utilizes legitimate scientific research methodology, often having tests done from two or more separate laboratories,” explained Dr. Osmanagich, PhD. “Despite some initial skepticism, we now have a world-wide team of hundreds of thought leaders from numerous scientific disciplines including archaeologists, geophysicists, chemical engineers, physicists, electrical engineers, and mathematicians gathering scientific evidence to find the answers.”

The reason the Bosnian Archaelogical Park is so active is that unlike the Egyptian Pyramids and Dr. Zahi Hawass’ team, where access to information was carefully guarded, this site’s policy is open and inviting. “We want to share our findings in order to bring out the truth about history and knowledge of clean energy,” explains Osmanagich.

About the Webinar 

The New Era Times will present a free 3 Day Webinar—concluding October 8th at 7pm—where “Pyramids Around the World” will be showcased by Dr. Sam Osmanagich as well as the latest findings of the Bosnian Pyramid Archeological site. Dr. Sam will discuss how pyramids have now been found on every continent on Earth and prove—beyond a shadow of a doubt—that pyramids were built by ancient civilizations with far greater technology than we now possess and that they were used to produce energy. The placement of the tens of thousands of pyramids around the globe on the earth’s energy grid, aligned with the universal energy field is a lost science that is now being rediscovered. This science can only be explained when we reexamine much of what we have been taught about history and open our minds to unfold the truth.

Dr. Osmanagich will also be giving a free lecture open to the public on Oct 7, 2012 at 2pm at the Hilton Southwest in Houston, Texas. For more information, contact Debbie West, 774-278-0091 westdeb7(at)gmail(dot)com

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14 Responses to "Alternative Energy Source Dates Back 25,000 Years"

  1. Jule  October 6, 2012 at 9:17 pm

    That’s really weird to say the least that i haven’t heard or read a single word about pyramids in Bosnia although its almost a neighbour country!
    Even discovered in 2005 yet still no news on this. I really hope this unbelievable news will make it around the globe.

    • mike schraw  February 27, 2013 at 7:52 pm

      theres a tv program called ancient aliens on the history ch h2 it has it on there not sure wich one i think a more recent one thow

  2. simon  October 7, 2012 at 12:43 am

  3. Flo  October 7, 2012 at 3:17 am

    sorry, but whoever wrote this article is as suggestive as a sandbox bully:

    “the most active archaeological site on the planet” – but no one ever heard of it? Or is it just Jule and me?

    International PhDs and Engineers have discovered an unexplainable 28 kHtz energy beam and this is not worth explaining further? Maybe quoting these experts involved could have been adding to the evaluation of what this means.

    “The Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun is 30% larger than the largest pyramid at Giza and recent excavation has uncovered an extensive pre-historical underground labyrinth system, further evidence supporting the power plant theory.”
    Okay, it’s the largest pyramid formation on earth, and how is mentioning this relate to the excavation of pre-historical underground labyrinth systems? And how on earth exactly does a tunnel system give further evidence to any power plant theory?

    Why is it important to mention the inventor of the carbon dating method, and mention his nobel prize?

    “Overwhelming evidence, supported by scientific research from all over the archaeological community proves that our recorded history is wrong concerning ancient cultures which in turn changes religion, science and academics.”
    Apart from me not seeing the exact nature of change of religion science and academics, proclaimed in this statement, nor how these fields are of particular importance in this – isn’t that kind of what history-science is about: Interpreting sources to tell a story, which then has to stand the scrutiny of the scientific community? Isn’t that the whole idea of all science? Whoever tells the best story wins.
    If apparently the (incorruptible) scientific community is convinced, then why didn’t anyone ever hear of this? Or is it just Jule an me?

    Also my opinion, the way Osmanagich talks about it, sounds not like someone who is beyond doubt of the nature of his findings “a world-wide team of hundreds of thought leaders (…) gathering scientific evidence to find the answers.”

    Same holds true for “investigative journalist” Philpp Coppens who seems to ride on a whole different train of new-age myths and mysteries, including aliens?

    According to the wiki article, the pyramid theories outlined in this article as well as Mr. Osmanagich’s methods have been called heavily into question, to say the least.
    Open doors policy will certainly help to evaluate this astonishing topic. But a better story has to be told to be convincing.

    • Jeremy Hagler  October 26, 2012 at 4:02 am

      So you are going to make your judgments based off this article and Wikipedia…Sad. There are plenty of informational videos and other readings based on this subject.

    • Jeremy Hagler  October 26, 2012 at 4:05 am

      Do everyone a favor and at least try and educate yourself a little more before you post comments and questions that you could have found yourself if you would merely try.

    • Julian Horsfield  December 1, 2012 at 10:44 pm

      I have no expertise concerning pyramids, but I find this tremendously exciting, even if “Flo” didn’t like the way the article was put together. A lot of people have vested interests in retaining the “usual model” for recent history, either intellectually or emotionally, and if someone is a fundamentalist as part of a religious outlook then they will inevitably take time to adjusting their (world) view or simply discount new information out of hand. I am a christian, let’s hope we discover more marvels.

  4. Pat  October 7, 2012 at 12:26 pm

    Yep, that’s good thinking Flo! Nevertheless it’s an exiting find, hope we all soon hear about it. True as it is some findings have been covered in the past, such as a similar site a Gobleki Teppe in Turkey, with no explanation. 25 000 years are many years and many would be reluctant to admit we are not the crown of humanity… Anyways it’s nice to know we have been around for long and we are just another story which some day will be history and archaeology!
    Cheers and have a happy day.

  5. seudonymous  October 9, 2012 at 7:20 am

    Citation Needed!!!
    Apart from going off on an irrelevant tangent more than once, this article seems to be complete balony.

    “Newspaper reports have quoted Osmanagić as claiming that they were constructed by ancient Illyrian inhabitants of the Balkans as early as 12,000 BC. But in an interview with Philip Coppens in Nexus (April–May 2006), Osmanagić attempted to clarify his previous statements, stating he was misquoted: he does claim that they were most likely constructed by the Illyrians, who he claims lived in the area from 12,000 BC to 500 BC, and that the pyramid was therefore most likely constructed between those two dates – not in12,000 BC.”

    So where does this idea they date back 25,000 years come From?
    What has this got to do with energy? If it is that old (the area would have been covered in ice and very inhospitable) then Neanderthal walked the Earth. Maybe this “energy beam” (what ever that means) interacts with their anatomy differently to humans. They could have built this as a high tech spa treatment! (If you want to start making wild assumptions).

    By the way, Tesla advocated ‘free’ energy, as in, it would not cost the people anything, not free energy, as in, created magically from thin air. He still needed a device to create the energy and send it into the atmosphere to be received by households without a meter running.

  6. steve  October 13, 2012 at 2:38 pm

    The credibility of this article is highly suspect and unfortunately reflects badly on this websites ideologies!

    • LA - Serbia  December 10, 2012 at 3:15 am

      Steve is right. I live in Serbia and it is well-known in these parts that the Bosnian pyramid story is someone’s idea to make a buck. It’s a mountain shaped like a pyramid, there is no evidence of any ancient civilization associated with the mountain, and the pyramid story has not been confirmed by any credible scientist. The guy quoted in the article has been claiming for years that the shape of the rocks proves it is man made when in fact no archaeologist has found any evidence regarding any of Osmanagic’s claims. It is a shame that nobody vetted this story before it was posted. Think about it people…. a pyramid in Bosnia 25,000 years ago. Bravo to those of you who saw through this one. Science articles must be based on… well… science…

  7. Janne lahti  October 16, 2012 at 1:14 pm

    if it is not mentioned in mainstream media, it makes the news much more believable for me. I am pretty sure that the energy company’s best friend media will not be shouting across the globe for free energy…you feel me?

  8. Jeremy Hagler  October 26, 2012 at 4:09 am

  9. Al Ward  February 1, 2013 at 7:04 am

    Janne lahti, Your illogical thinking is astounding. I tell you I have found a cure for cancer that is free . Then you look for evidence across the www and all of main stream media and find nothing that supports my claim, I tell you its because the big pharmaceutical companies are suppressing my discovery so they can keep selling expensive anti-cancer drugs . So then apparently you would then be even more inclined to believe me. !!!! You are an idiot. I have a bridge to sell you. A fool and his money are soon parted.


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