Orbs and meditation in Ravne tunnel labyrinth

by Jock Doubleday 

Visitors from Holland talk about orbs they filmed in Ravne tunnel labyrinth in Visoko, Bosnia. And Semir Osmanagić, discoverer of the Bosnian Pyramid Complex beneath which Ravne tunnel winds, gives a group of tourists parameters for a 30-minute "lights out" meditation in the tunnel.


About the author

Jock Doubleday traveled to Visoko, Bosnia for the first time in the summer of 2011 to see the Bosnian Pyramid Complex. Now, in the summer of 2014, he returned to Bosnia to videotape and photograph the pyramids, the tunnels, the scientists, the volunteers, the artefacts, and the excavation process.

His blog, "An American in Bosnia," paints a picture of the Bosnian Pyramid Complex in words and text. One of the articles on that blog, "The Mysterious Anti-Scientific Agenda of Robert Schoch," tells the story of the archaeological orthodoxy's attempt to shut down the pyramids excavation project.

The idea of ancient pyramids in Europe throws a significant wrench into schoolbook history, and orthodox academics (the vast majority of them: 98+%) are outraged that they might have to learn something new and teach something new. His article, "The Seven Deadly Sins of the Archaeological Orthodoxy," details academia's methods of suppressing new information.

His book, "Paradigm Shift: The Bosnian Pyramid Complex" (publication date TBA) details the archaeological orthodoxy's 8-year attempt, and failure, to destroy the reputation of the discoverer of the Bosnian Pyramids, Semir Osmanagić (Americanized as "Osmanagich"), and to shut down any research into truly ancient civilizations in Europe.




In the Face of Great Evidence


by Prof. Catherine Acholonu

The vertical columns of inverted Vs reflect the exact shape of the two pairs of diagonally placed massive stones standing above the Mouth of the Great Pyramid of Khufu's at Giza. In the Giza pyramid, these stone blocks stand above the "Twin Breasts" at the Pyramid's main entrance. The Twin Breasts represent the Twin Hills between which the Sun God Atum-Ra rises on his daily journeys. The twin hills are called DN (DUN/DAN) in Egyptian and Sumerian, and they go back to the Twin Hills overlooking the Dunu Oka Shrine of Atum/Osiris in the Lejja Horizon/Shrine in Nigeria.

This inverted V-construction is called "SHISHE-HEWN" in Egyptian architecture. And it is the Sumerian letter SHI. When repeated as in the Bosnian examples, it spells SHI-SHI or SHI-SHE. Shishe is the Egyptian/Sumerian goddess of Architecture, Pyramid Building, and Writing. She was the wife/consort of Thoth who is the god of writing and the leader of the Khemennu scribes.




Stone depicting the symbol "MAGAN" found in Ravne Tunnels

Photo: stone artifact from Ravne, Visoko (left); Mbari Shrine, Nigeria (right).

by Prof. Catherine Acholonu 

The Sumerian pictograph for the "GARDEN OF EDEN" is the letter X, which is a form of the Cross with sides joined into a square, called the Tetragram or Square Cross. This ancient symbol is important because the square is the Sumerian pictograph/hieroglyph for the word "MA". It designates the square Lake where the Sun sets, which is the Oma-mbala Lake in Anambra State, Nigeria. X is the Sumerian hieroglyph for the word "GAN" (Garden of Eden), and it is the popular symbol of Osiris, and it marks the Oshuru Shrine in Lejja where the Sun rises.

An X inside a square as in the Bosnian example is also the pictograph for the Sumerian word "MA-GAN" MA (X) and GAN (SQUARE) both designate the Rising and the Setting points of the Sun, whose hieroglyph is the crescent moon enveloping the sun disc as eternally represented in the Lejja Table of the Sun in Enugu State. By this eternal symbol, the Sumerians provided the proof that the Garden of Eden is in Nigeria. The symbol of the X within a square is the popular Mbari symbol of the Mother Goddess OMA, found in all Mbari shrines in Igboland. It is the representation of the Sun/Son in the Womb of the Mother Goddess, which the Igbo call "Mgba Nnechukwu".


References and sources:

- Catherine Acholonu (2013) - The Discovery of the Ancient Egyptian City of Heliopolis and "Temple of the Sun" in West Africa

Catherine Acholonu Centre for African Studies