Dr. Slobodan Mizdrak, a physicist from Zagabria in Croatia, led a team of experts in April 2012 that carried out measurements of electromagnetic radiation at the top of the Pyramid of the Sun.
The two-day experiment consisted of sending EM signals into the top of the pyramid. The results were processed in Vienna, Zagreb, and Belgrade, identifying the exact position of the energy source below the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun, the biggest pyramid in the world.
It has been proven that the source of the energy beam which is amplified in the pyramid and exits the top of the pyramid, is situated at a depth of 2440 meters (1.86 miles), with a displacement of 410 meters (0.448 miles) from the central axis of the pyramid.
Analysis has shown that a metallic plate, in combination with negative ions and underground water flow, creates an electric power of more than 10 kilowatts.
These results represent a pioneering step in the understanding of the world's oldest documented pyramid.