Thursday, August 13, 2015

Built by the Ancients: The Fojnica River - The Adventure Continues, August 8, 2015

This is the second article in a series about rivers in the Bosnian Pyramid Complex (please see article #1 here.)

by Jock Doubleday




Reverse Chronology

August 8 
August 8, 2015 exploration of the riverbed and riverbanks of the Fojnica River by Shawn Rateau, Christoffer Kindmark, and Jock Doubleday and two other team members, walking upstream through shallow mid-summer water.

August 5 
Photos and video of an August 5, 2015 exploration of the Fojnica River are here.

Shawn Rateau and Christoffer Kindmark walk up the Fojnica River.
Visoko, Bosnia, August 8, 2015

Was the Fojnica riverbed built by an ancient intelligent race or races?  

Ancient built structures -- artificial concrete and clay-and-claystone hills and pyramid-like structures -- line both sides of the Fojnica river from Visoko to Kiseljak.

Tying together structures at the base creates a stronger complex. Therefore:

a) It makes sense that the ancients would tie their structures together at the base. And the center of that base would then become a channel for water.  


b) It makes sense that the ancients intentionally built a riverbed to direct the course and speed of water. (As pyramid researchers and enthusiasts know, both underground and above-ground water are recurring elements in ancient pyramid complexes.)

Team Member Conclusions with Photos
 

1. Artificially baked and hardened textured claystone plates of varying thicknesses compose the Fojnica River riverbed.


One of millions of ancient artificially created textured claystone plates,
adhered to similar plates below and above, create both the shape and the flow
of the Fojnica River in Visoko, Bosnia. Photo by Jock Doubleday,
August 8, 2015.

2. Artificially baked and hardened textured claystone plates of varying thicknesses compose the Fojnica River riverbanks, in conjunction with softer clay layers.

Ancient artificially created textured claystone blocks, adhered to softer clay and/or hardened claystone plates below and above, create both the shape and the flow of the Fojnica River in Visoko, Bosnia. Here you can see that some of the softer clay layers have been eroded (below the hardened claystone blocks) by thousands of years of river water flow and especially by high-water flooding. Photo by Jock Doubleday, August 8, 2015.

3. Riverbed adhered and inclined claystone layers create a braking system for water flow.



4. Riverbed adhered and inclined claystone layers are inclined at different angles to create differential braking of water flow at different points along the river.

Less steep, almost flat, angle against the flow of the river.

Medium steep angle against the flow of the river.

Very steep angle against the flow of the river.

Very steep angle against the flow of the river.

Extremely steep angle against the flow of the river.

5. Riverbed adhered and inclined claystone layers are angled at different angles (between parallel and perpendicular) to the flow of the river to create differential shaping and braking of the water flow.

Close-to-parallel-angled clay layers,
in comparison to the flow of the river
.

Close-to-45-degree-angled clay layers,
in comparison to the flow of the river
.

Close-to-45-degree-angled clay layers,
in comparison to the flow of the river
.

Close-to-perpendicular-angled clay layers,
in comparison to the flow of the river
.

Virtually perpendicular-angled clay layers,
in comparison to the flow of the river
.

6. Most riverbed and riverbank claystone plates were artificially textured -- gouged and sculpted -- on their top surfaces, to one degree or another, possibly for the purposes of a) increasing water turbulence to create energetic vortexes and/or health-giving negative ions, b) braking water flow, and/or c) increasing earth or cosmic energy conductivity (flow).


Ancient artificial texturing of baked claystone structural riverbed layer.


Ancient artificial texturing of baked claystone structural riverbed layer.

Ancient artificial texturing of baked claystone structural riverbed layers.

7. Claystone plates are most prevalent and most raised on the outside of river bends, thus serving a) to more effectively brake the river's strongest flow and b) to channel the river's flow toward the inside of the bend, thus c) more effectively preventing erosion to the riverbank on the outside of the river channel, thus d) preventing water flow from eroding pyramids and other ancient built structures at the base.


Raised claystone plates present on the outside of the river bend but absent on the inside of the river bend.

Raised claystone plates present on the outside of the river bend but absent on the inside of the river bend.

8. The thickness of adhered structural claystone plates increases at points on the river where flow rate is higher (faster). "Step-downs" have the thickest plates.

Extra-thick adhered structural claystone plates at a point of high flow rate (steep river water descent) on the river.

Extra-thick adhered structural claystone plates at a point of high flow rate (steep river water descent) on the river.

Extra-thick adhered structural claystone plates at a point of high flow rate (steep river water descent) on the river.

Main Conclusion: The ancients built a river

The team found on August 8, 2015 that an intelligent race or races in the distant past built a riverbed and riverbanks at the base of ancient artificial structures -- pyramids and other structures -- lining the Fojnica River in and near Visoko, Bosnia.
 

The team found that what many call "the ancients" built a riverbed and riverbanks to contain a river that would run in a fully controlled fashion past their artificially constructed pyramids, hills, tumuli, and tunnel entrances in the Bosnian Valley of the Pyramids.

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For more information on the Bosnian Pyramids Project, please visit the Facebook page:

Semir Osmanagić, Public Figure
https://www.facebook.com/SemirOsmanagich

And the official Foundation web site is here:

Archaeological Park: Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun Foundation
http://piramidasunca.ba/


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Further research:

Archaeological Park Videos 
https://vimeo.com/user29144093

Archaeological Park Official Youtube Channel

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWRj5OZxHcSHeAUhqxYW6Wg
 
An American in Bosnia blog
http://anamericaninbosnia.blogspot.com/

"The Wikipedia Page that Wasn't: Wikipedia Won't Take a Chance on the Bosnian Pyramids"
http://anamericaninbosnia.blogspot.com/2015/07/the-wikipedia-page-that-wasnt-wikipedia.html
 

"The Wikinews Article that Wasn't: Wikinews Rejects Article about the Bosnian Pyramids: 'Newsworthiness Not Established'"
http://anamericaninbosnia.blogspot.com/2015/04/the-wikinews-article-that-wasnt.html

"Chasing Wikipedia"
https://thebihlover.wordpress.com/2015/01/24/chasing-wikipedia/




2 comments:

Bosnanovostiinfo said...

Your blog is amazing, you rock my socks off man, greetings from Norway, i have an online message board dedicated to the Bosnian pyramids: http://www.bosnaonline.org/forum.php/viewforum.php?f=185 I would appreciate it if you would post some information there because we are not so knowledgeable about this subject.

B.t.w did you know that over 75% of people believe in the Bosnian pyramids according to a daily star poll. Your work is paying of.

http://www.dailystar.co.uk/news/latest-news/469316/Bosnian-pyramids-discovery-Europe


So far:

Yes the evidence is clear 78%
No you`re living in a dream world 12%
Don`t know 10%

Jeanne said...

I am new here to this blog. And have been thoroughly enjoying the info you post here! Thank you for all your hard work. :o)

Curious...have the clay pieces from the river area been tested for content?