Lecture with Dr. Sam Osmanagich in Oslo about The Bosnian Pyramids


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Lecture with Dr. Sam Osmanagich in Oslo about The Bosnian Pyramids

Jannecke Øinæs from Wisdom From North attends lecture in Oslo with Sam Semir Osmanagich who discovered the Bosnian Pyramids in 2005.


Dr. Sam Osmanagich about the Bosnian Pyramids

Semir Sam Osmanagich is Bosnian-born Houston (USA) resident author, researcher and businessman.
He has discovered ancient pyramidal complex in Visoko (Bosnia-Herzegovina) which consists of five colossal stone structures in the shape of the pyramid with extensive pre-historical underground tunnel network.
He has established non-profit and non-government "Archaeological Park: Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun" Foundation to pursue the excavation and geo-archaeological work.

He teaches at the American University in Bosnia-Herzegovina as Anthropology professor, in particular Bosnian megalithic sites.

First International Scientific Conference about Bosnian Valley of the Pyramids was held in Sarajevo (Bosnia-Herzegovina) in August 25-30, 2008 with 55 leading experts from Egypt, Russia, China, Poland, Saudi Arabia, United Kingdom, Croatia, Austria, Montenegro and Bosnia giving full support Osmanagich's efforts and recommending establishment of the Center for Pyramid Studies in Bosnia.
Osmanagich is an owner and president of the manufacturing company Met Company, Inc. and holding company Met Holding Group, LLP. in Houston (USA).
Sam Osmanagich authored and narrated 12-epizode documentary "Search for Lost Civilization" for the state Bosnian television FTVBiH (2007) which was based on his book:
"Civilizations Before the Official History" (2005) and filmed in Peru, Bolivia, Easter Island, Costa Rica, Mexico, United Kingdom, France, Germany, Malta, Egypt, Jordan and Lebanon.



Osmanagich lectures extensively and promote Bosnian Valley of the Pyramids Project and archaeological tourism in Bosnia-Herzegovina from Egypt and Jordan, to Malaysia, Canada, USA, China, United Kingdom, Switzerland, Austria, Norway, Sweden, Croatia, Montenegro, Serbia, Hungary, Italy, Macedonia, Denmark and other countries.

Osmanagich is a member of the Archaeological Society of Alexandria (est. 1895). Osmanagich has become a first "honorary citizen" of the Town of Visoko in 2006.
Daily newspaper "San" from Sarajevo awarded Osmanagich title "Man of the Year 2007 in Bosnia-Herzegovina" for his research project Bosnian Valley of the Pyramids and affirmative promotion of Bosnia-Herzegovina in the world.
Osmanagich has been admitted as a Foreign Member of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences from Moscow, one of the most respected scientific institutions in the world.
Osmanagich holds his doctorate in Sociology of History. His PhD thesis about the Mayan civilization has been accepted at the University of Sarajevo.


EDUCATION:
- Ph.D. in Sociology of History: The Mayan Civilization, University of Sarajevo, Bosnia
- Master of Sciences in International Economics, University of Sarajevo
- B.S. in Political Sciences, University of Sarajevo
- B.S. in Economics, University of Sarajevo
- 2 years training in Sociology, University of Sarajevo

PUBLISHED BOOKS:
Osmanagich has authored ten books about ancient civilizations (The Mayan World, Peruvian, Mexican, Pacific, African and ancient European civilizations) that have been published in the United States, Turkey, Estonia, Croatia and Bosnia-Herzegovina.

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The interview was done by Jannecke Øinæs in Oslo November 2012
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