This Mysterious Giant Stone Sphere Sparks Controversy in Scientific Communities

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Indie of Bosnia

Dr. Sam Semir Osmanagich is commonly referred to by his nickname granted within the archeological community, they call him the “Bosnian Indiana Jones.” Although he does wear a similar hat, Dr. Sam Semir Osmanagich doesn’t ride on horseback to pillage ancient burial sites of their treasures, he’s merely there to attempt to learn more about the forgotten history of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Dr. Osmanagic is a 49-year-old Bosnian native who has been living, teaching, and studying the history of Bosnian culture for the entirety of his professional career. In fact, this discovery wasn’t his first piece of groundbreaking research conducted in the field. 

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If You Know, You Know

Dr. Osmanagic spearheaded the research behind acknowledging the potential of Bosnian pyramids that existed long before Egyptian pyramids and dwarfed them by almost double their size. While other historians deny the likelihood of these pyramids ever existing, Dr. Osmanagic is convinced that they did and that there is still evidence that proves his claims. Even though his word as an archaeologist has come under scrutiny in the community, his research does point to some agreeable claims that could back up his theory…

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