The Mystery of Bosnian Pyramids by Dr. Sam Osmanagich

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Sunday, April 6th 2014, at 6:30 pm

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about the coming visit to Canada:
9 p.m. EDT on Sunday, March 30th
6.30pm EST, March 30th


Latvian Canadian Cultural Centre,

4 Credit Union Drive Toronto, ON  M4A 2N8 (See map)







Please join us at this extraordinary event. Dr. Sam Osmanagich is coming to Canada to share with you the story about Bosnian Pyramids.  This remarkable discovery is changing the way we view our ancient history. Bosnian Pyramids are the highest pyramids in the world and the first ones found in Europe. They are currently the most active archeological site in the world.  Join this lecture to learn about remarkable energetic, scientific and spiritual discoveries made by multi-disciplinary scientist across the world.

Dr. Sam Osmanagich become renowned expert on pyramids by investigating these structures in China, Mauritius, Egypt, Canary Islands, Peru, Guatemala, Bolivia, Honduras, Mexico and other countries. Osmanagich was admitted as a Foreign Member of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences of Moscow, one of the most respected scientific institutions of the world. Osmanagich holds PhD in Mayan studies. He is a member of the Archeological Society of Alexandria and a Director of the Center for Archeology at the American University in Sarajevo.

Dr. Sam Osmanagich has authored 12 books about ancient civilizations and narrated a 12-episode documentary “Search for Lost Civilization’. 

In 2005, dr. Sam Osmanagich discovered the first pyramids in Europe near the town of Visoko, Bosnia-Hercegovina. In 2008, Dr. Osmanagich hosted an archeological conference in Sarajevo which fueled controversy about his discovery, dividing the archeological community. Excavation on the vast complex has been ongoing and run by his non-profit foundation since 2006 compiling more and more evidence to validate his claims. To date, the excavation has yielded 5 pyramids of various sizes as well as a vast labyrinth of underground tunnels and a pyramid that is 30% larger than the largest structure of the Giza Plateau. Dr. Osmanagich is the principal investigator of this project which yielded some of the pioneering electromagnetic measurements in the pyramids.

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