I’ve been volunteering at the Bosnian Pyramid Complex in August 2013 – which has been one of the most intriguing experiences I have ever made. I felt absorbed immediately by that powerful spirit of compassion, care and curiosity, something which comes just naturally. “This is how it should be…”, I thought many times, overwhelmed by the ineffability of my feelings. All of a sudden, life seems so real.
As a result, my interest in pyramids and ancient structures all over the world has exploded into a full-time passion. For most people, it is very hard to believe that there are in fact super-ancient pyramid structures at the European continent. But actually it is not a matter of belief: one just needs to open his eyes to accept what lies in front of him. Sometimes science seems to be no different from a religion when confronted with highly sensible, new evidence which dares to challenge the predominant paradigm.
The only thing wikipedia has to say about this topic, is that it is nothing more than natural hills. And, yeah, because history tells us that there is no possibility for such a highly sophisticated civilization to have ever existed in Europe, by logic it can only be natural, right? Right… My intent is not to judge anyone, but to encourage a certain openness of mind and a healthy use of common sense. So I wanted to illustrate that matter by comparing the Bosnian Pyramid Site with that of Teotihuacan, trying to show very clearly how such a structure looks when it is still covered by soil and vegetation, which has not yet been unearthed and cleaned and made accessible.
“The important thing is not to stop questioning. Curiosity has its own reason for existing.” Albert Einstein
The picture from 1900 definitely does not look like a pyramid – but it turned out to be exactly that! Now look at the picture on the right… I hope I could help open up a few more minds:)
All the best & good vibes