bosnia pyramids?

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bosnia pyramids?

Post: # 8482Post Rezo »

Forgive me if this is somewhere else, but the video itself is intriguing:

http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid ... q=pyramids

some say its just an old castle, just a hill. Anyways it was man made - nevertheless its an interesting find. Hard to say what exactly. I believe its pyramids like in teotihuacan.
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Just some other pyramids constructed by people with same technology as in egypt and other parts of the world :D
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...im not as sure as i was previously about the bosnian excavations...just wanted to say that.
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heres an interesting PIP imaging of the bosnian pyramid area, seems vertical fields come out of them [semir mentioned this in previous interviews but now there is some video taken from 2007 released last week on youtube]:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ycr2t0Tmqg8
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