Pyramids Around the World
I have always been interested in pyramids – ever since I was a boy. The interest has always been there, but often other things have gotten in the way. I’m sure you know what I mean. It was rekindled in the Seventies or Eighties by the claim that razor blades could be resharpened by placing them in small pyramids overnight. Fascinating, but I never put it to the test.
In the late Nineties, I saw a programme about a large wall in Egypt which was covered in hieroglyphs and a carving of Cleopatra. When the broadcaster said that the writing had never been translated, I thought that I would like to have a stab at it, although I would have to learn the language first, so I bought a book on the subject.
If you don’t know anything about hieroglyphics, read up on them. It can be written from left to right or vice-visa and you can tell which way it was written by the direction the animals are facing.
Anyway, that was going quite well, but I was still working, so time was limited. Then I moved to Thailand and forgot to bring the book with me, and so the project is on hold.
As an aside, my father, a Spiritualist healer and psychic, told me forty years ago that our immediate family were a family in Pharaohic times, but said not to repeat it lest it hurt his chances of gaining work as a local builder. However, he has been dead now for twelve years, so I doubt that he will mind me telling you now.
Now to the point of this story. While surfing the other day, I came across a reference to the Bosnian Pyramids. I had never heard of them, so I followed the link and spent the following thirteen hours watching videos and reading articles on the subject. I don’t have the links to hand at the moment, as I am writing this in the corner shop, but search on Bosnian Pyramids and you will find a ton of fascinating information.
Check out the YouTube videos of the discoverer, Dr. Semir Osmanagich and let me know what you think.
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Podcast: Pyramids Around the World