First there were the Bosnian Pyramids at Visoko, and now excavations are done on a regular basis there.
Then word came up about pyramids in Serbia, at Rtanj. Rtanj is a “mountain” and it’s located in eastern Serbia, Boljevci. It belongs to the Carpathian Mountains and the highest peak is “Siljak”.
There are many strange events around Rtanj. There are stories that airplanes disappeared, and many residents claimed to have seen flying saucers, and flying “balls” appearing almost daily. There is a unique species of plant, that grow only here.
There is an interesting plant called Rtanj tea (Rtanjski chaj/chy). I have this tea at home. Rtanj tea is of the Labiate family. It is used to treat diseases of respiratory, digestive and urinary system. According to the traditions, this plant has a general tonic that strengthens the body. It is very successfully used to treat bronchitis, asthma, coughs and respiratory infections.
Here is what I'm talking about. http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread799356/pg1On this link there is a detailed explanation of the geometrical patterns of the sites at Rtanj, the 3 of them, with some other interesting info about the the place itself and the unusual energy that is there.
Now, as you can see in the previous post from this summer, Pyramids in Macedonia I I've already started to dig something about pyramids in my country. And if you listen to the youtube link in the first post, you'll find out why this isn't such a far fetched idea.
On facebook I came across some links about Macedonian pyramids, and I immediately thought about the one I posted about. But to my surprise, they were other locations. The First is in the regioun of the town of Kavadarci (Kavadartzy), and the second one is in the region of Ohrid and the Ohrid lake.
|Rosoman, Kavadarci region|
|Botun, Ohrid region|
There is not much else that I can say about these sights at the moment.
What's also interesting is the rich archeological finds in these regions. To the north of there, at about 70 km there is the site of Kokino. Kokino is an ancient observatory of the heavens. It's basically a rocky hill area, and many of the rocks are refined. At 19km to the northeast of the town Kumanovo and in the vicinity of the village Kokino. Administratively it belongs to the municipality Staro Nagorichane.The hill had been formed from volcanic rocks. It has a conical form with a saddle at the top and it belongs to the volcanic area Kratovo-Zletovo. When discovered in 2001 it was believed to be a special mountain sanctuary from the Bronze Age.
A detailed archaeo-astronomical research carried out afterwards showed that the locality has all the characteristics of a holy place but also of an older observation of celestial objects. The most important characteristic of the observatory includes positions for observation. Special stone markers used for marking all movement characteristics of the Sun and Moon have been found on the east horizon. The observatory used a method of static observation marking positions of the Sun at the winter and summer solstice, as well as the equinox.
Archaeological excavations are carried out on the upper platform on which valuable material has been found, ceramic fragments mostly, but also animal bones, pyramidal weights, fragments of two hones (grind stones), made of filitic slate and kelt mould.
Kokino has incredible astronomical preciseness and has a central observation post and accessory observation posts," says physicist Gjore Cenev, the head of Macedonia's Youth Cultural Centre Planetarium, who has been performing a detailed analysis of the site. "The observatory defines the four main positions of the Moon and three main positions of the Sun during a year, the autumnal and vernal equinox and winter and summer solstice." One specially positioned marker shows that the observatory was also used to follow the movement of the star cluster Pleiades.
According to Cenev, the observatory was designed by the end of the Bronze Age and suggests a highly developed civilisation. "Ancient people made their calendar with precision, with many markers and cuts in the rock and on some places on the observatory. The observatory also helped them to determine the time for harvest and other dates," he says.
Archeologist Jovica Stankovksi discovered Kokino two and a half years ago. "We found a lot of ceramic items on the site but they were dated to a later period, this leads to a conclusion that another civilisation came to the site, destroyed the civilisation that had developed the observatory and built a settlement next to it."
I hope you enjoyed the read. Next post coming soon, it will be the 4th part of the "User's guide to Enlightenment" and it will be quite important for anyone's life journey.