Some say the case of Bosnia’s pyramids has been used for political gains.Gobekli Tepe in Turkey is made up of massive stone megaliths that predate Stonehenge by about 6,000 years.
Heinrich told Smithsonian: “The landform [Osmanagich] is calling a pyramid is actually quite common. They’re called ‘flatirons’ in the United States and you see a lot of them out West.” Enver Buza, a surveyor from Sarajevo’s Geodetic Institute has stated in a paper that the pyramid is “oriented to the north with perfect precision,” reported Smithsonian.(Wikimedia Commons) Artifacts and ruins discovered all over the world have made many scientists question whether the currently accepted understanding of prehistoric culture is correct.Here’s a look at some disputed sites, thought by some to hold evidence of prehistoric civilizations far more advanced than scientists thought possible.Believed by some to be built more than 8,000 years ago, before the last Ice Age, a large structure off the coast of Japan’s Yonaguni island has been cited as evidence an advanced culture thrived thousands of years earlier than current text books say.British journalist Graham Hancock and Professor Masaaki Kimura of the Ryukyus in Okinawa studied the structure after it was discovered by a diver in 1987. It has a series of steps and terraces cut into its side. It faces due south, it has a deep east-west feature running along in front of it.Kimura agrees with Hancock that humans either formed the structure or modified a natural formation. It bears all the hallmarks of a designed, ceremonial, ritual or religious monument.” Schoch, the same skeptic in the Bosnian pyramid case, disagrees.He told the BBC that “portions of it look like they’re man-made,” but the way the rock splits naturally could make the formation.The existence of bosnian pyramids is no longer a question of natal chart: semir radio carbon dating of organic material showed that.Gobekli Tepe, thought to be the oldest place of worship and a massive series of stone megaliths spanning more than 20 acres and predating Stonehenge by some 6,000 years, making it about 12,000 years old.Collection of related videos - bosnian pyramids ntd news clip discusses recent carbon dating of a piece of organic material bosnian pyramid ultra/infra sonic.Lehner: the pottery, for example all the pottery you find at giza looks like the pottery of the time of khufu, khafre, and menkaure, the kings who built these pyramids in what we call the fourth dynasty, the old kingdom we study the pottery and how it changes over the broad sweep, some 3,000 years.