The Votive Pyramid of Visoko, Bosnia as a Celestial Portal interpreted Through Energy Photography and Dogon/Egyptian Mythology 

Photo: votive pyramid unearthed in Visoko

by Moira Judith Mann


The intent of this paper is to investigate the connection between the Visoko Bosnia votive pyramid and other Old Europe votive pyramids from the same era to the Bosnian Pyramids/Ravne Tunnels, as well as to explore, through significant energy photo captures, the relevance of the creation myth of the Dogon people of Mali, Africa applied to these votives.

Photo energy captures of the votive pyramids by Julia Lincoln have revealed a path of cosmic interaction which are shared with corresponding interpretations where possible. These interpretations include an emerging theme of connection of the Visoko votive pyramid with the Mayan Popul Vuh legends of the Hero Twins, which came as a complete surprise for the author. Video captures focus on the pulsing morphic energy fields that affect the votive images or are affected by the votive images.






Archaeological Site Report: Observations and Field Notes 2015

Photo: New tunnel section discovered in Ravne. Credit Jock Doubleday

Author: Anela P. Preljević, Field Archaeologist

Date: April 30, 2015

On 30th April, Dr. Semir Osmanagić and his team of investigators entered the new tunnel sections recently discovered by workers of the Foundation within the Ravne underground labyrinth system. This site report will document all observations made and propose further points of investigation for the coming 2015 season.





The Return of the Black Lord - The African Origins of the Sacred Grail

Dear Reader,

The legend of the Sacred Grail has been told and retold in various cultures and languages for hundreds of years. First mentioned in the late 12th century by French author Chrétien de Troyes in Perceval: ou le Conte du Graal, the story of the legendary vessel and the quest to find it became increasingly popular during the 19th century. Even today, the appeal of the quest is universal because the Grail has never been found or even unambiguously identified. The ownership of the Grail has been attributed to various groups, mainly to the Knights Templar, because it allegedly represents the cup of the Last Supper that collected Christ's blood upon his removal from the Cross.

Theories abound as to where the cup comes from, where it traveled, and where it ended up. One says the Knights Templar took it from Jerusalem during the Crusades. Thereupon, we find cups in several churches all across Europe. Another theory says that the history of the Grail can be traced to the 11th century somewhere in the Middle-East, while evidence presented by some scholars suggests that the origin of the grail legend lies in Celtic myth. Today, there are at least five known places that claim ownership of the Grail. Some researchers went even further by claiming that Jesus may not have even died on the Cross, but lived to wed Mary Magdalene and father children whose Merovingian bloodline has persisted until this very day. 

The search for the Sacred Grail has occurred in different epochs and in many lands. Even today it is believed that, if one drank from the Sacred Grail, one would become immortal. However, old legends differed, they agreed in this: that the Sacred Grail was to be sought far away and with great trial. The search for the Sacred Grail, Grail Castle, and Grail Keeper, required various heroes to pass one or more tests or challenges, a form of initiation to the mysteries, in order to succeed in the quest. Percival, after his first visit to the Grail Castle, had to search for five years before healing the Fisher King, and restoring the fertility to the land. For most heroes of legend, the search for the Sacred Grail remained an impossible quest, the cup an unattainable mirage.

For modern scholars, too, the Grail has been an invincible conundrum, a riddle without end. Whenever the Grail seem within reach by modern scholarship, it slipped away, and slipped away again.

Until now.