September 5, 2011. Klaus Dona talks about recent ground-penetrating satellite images made at the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun.
Klaus Dona has been Art Exhibition Curator for the Habsburg Haus of Austria since 1991. Mr. Dona has organized 30 cultural exhibitions in Austria, Japan and Korea. He is also an artifacts researcher and has a strong interest in so-called out-of-place artifacts ("Ooparts").
These are artifacts that should not exist according to current anthropological and archaeological science. Mr. Dona has been researching out-of-place artifacts for over a decade.
A large portion of these pieces are held in private collections around the world. They also end up "buried" in museums' basements, because curators either don't know what to do with them or want to avoid raising uncomfortable questions.
He explained what is known about these artifacts, why they don't fit in the current scientific paradigms, and what implications their existence has on human history.
Klaus Dona has managed to take pictures of and examine bones from Ecuador that are said to be of a giant humanoid. Astonishingly, these bones -- once-living out-of-place artifacts -- would belong to a person 7.6 meters tall (giant bones from Ecuador).
Photo (left): Klaus Dona gives the ICBP 2011 Conference audience a look at the paths of tunnels beneath the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun, tunnels discovered by state-of-the-art satellite-based ground-penetrating radar (GPR) technology.
During the this conference, the 2nd International Conference on the Bosnian Pyramids (September 2011), Klaus Dona showed photos of more than 100 out-of-place artifacts.
Klaus Dona's website: Unsolved Mysteries