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Cosmic Truth - Janine Regan-Sinclair interviews Dr Sam Semir Osmangich Ph.D.

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Dr Sam Semir Osmanagich Ph.D.

Dr. Sam Osmanagich has authored 10 books about ancient civilizations and narrated a 12-episode documentary “Search for Lost Civilization” for Bosnian television. This documentary was based on his book, Civilizations Before the Official History, and filmed in Peru, Bolivia, Easter Island, Costa Rica, Mexico, United Kingdom, France, Germany, Malta, Egypt, Jordan and Lebanon.

In 2005, Dr. Sam discovered the first pyramids in Europe in Bosnia.

He has become world renowned expert on pyramid by investigating these structures in China, Mauritius, Canary Islands, Egypt, Peru, El Salvador, Guatemala, Bolivia, Honduras, Mexico and other countries.

Osmanagich was admitted as a Foreign Member of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences of Moscow, one of the most respected scientific institutions in the world. Osmanagich holds a PhD in Mayan studies.

www.samosmanagich.com

PYRAMIDS AROUND THE WORLD

The world of the past was the world of the pyramids. Author investigates hundreds of pyramids in China, Mauritius, Canary Islands, Bolivia, Peru, Central America and US making original conclusions on their origin.

LOST PYRAMIDS OF BOSNIA

Dr. Sam Osmanagich discovered first pyramids on European soil: Lost pyramids of Bosnia. After 300.000 hours in archaeological digging, sample testing, radiocarbon dating and four scientific conferences, this discovery shows that our view of ancient past has to be changed. Bosnian pyramids are the biggest and oldest pyramidal structures on the Planet, with the best quality concrete and most precise side orientation. Despite obstacles from cultural, media and political establishments, this project has grown to the most active archaeological site in the World.

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