The Bosnian Pyramids Revisited

Has anyone been researching this, along with Gobekli Tepe and Mount Nemrut? There are several YOUTUBE interviews, discussions, and lectures by their discoverer, Dr. Semir Osmanagic, including a short 12-minute interview with George Knapp - a frequent guest-host on weekend broadcasts of COAST TO COAST AM. The openness of Osmanagic’s scientific studies and results on this is startling, given the secretive behavior reflected by others - the number of pyramid sites around the world is enough to make you at least a LITTLE curious. One opinion I’ve had for years is that the Egyptians, Mayans, Aztecs, Incas, and similar groups were “turn-key” civilizations that merely walked into these locations, found them abandoned, and took up residence. Look at the Great Pyramids at Giza - no paintings, mummies, furniture, artefacts, etc. - you’d think that at least some records of how they were built existed, considering the massive amount of logistcs required. FYI

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Very mysterious

It’s bad enough that you have to spend your life as a nuclear hostage, and the target of lies from your own government, but it’s a true insult to our intelligence when scientists continue to conceal hidden or lost history from us - there’s too many egos, reputations, careers, and government grants at risk. There’s a giant Indian mound - the Great Serpent Mound, here in Ohio, along with dozens of others in Illinois - that no one can gain permission for even a cursory excavation - and we’re still getting the usual runaround on who, when, how and why they were built. I seriously doubt any Indian tribes built such massive, permanent structures.