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niet omdat moeders de vrouw dat leuk vind staan in de hoek
The identical effect likewise in a bend of river proceeds in ball-shaped ceramics. Their mass embodies energy components, which are thickened inside the utensil, whereby happens to larger energy concentration and inside is more energy than in its surroundings. Some cultures enlarged more the energy rate of ball-shaped ceramic utensils by the help of tips placed on the utensil´s top. I have noted such adjustment by the Otoman´s culture, by Moravian painted ceramics, and in some other cases. It is presumable that increased energy concentration inside ball-shaped utensils could have worked the life of foodstuffs by as yet unknown way.
In subterranean premises under graded pyramid was found some decade thousands egg-shaped utensils. Probably the utensil operates like magnifier, but only in case if it has available enough of energy. The source of energy need not be the pyramid it can be the place of crossing energy zones, etc.
via: https://www.facebook.com/thunderboltsproject/Mysterious giant sphere unearthed in forest divides opinion
11 April 2016 • 8:28pm
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/04 ... s-opinion/
This round rock could be the oldest stone sphere made by human hands, says Bosnian archaeologist Semir Osmanagic.
Suad Keserovic cleans a stone ball in Podubravlje village Credit: REUTERS/Dado Ruvic
Discovered in a forest near the Bosnian town Zavidovici, the ball has a radius of between four and five feet, and an "extremely high" iron content.
Dr Osmanagic believes the sphere proves the existence of an advanced lost civilisation dating back more than 1,500 years ago.
According to his fellow researcher Dr. Sam Osmanagich, the region used to have many more of the spheres well into the 20th century. Many were apparently destroyed in the 1970s due to rumours there was gold hidden in the middle of them. Dr Osmanagic, known as "the Bosnian Indiana Jones," hit headlines in 2005 when he claimed that a cluster of hills in Bosnia's Visoko Valley was in fact the site of ancient pyramids linked by a network of underground tunnels.
While his claims were mocked by some, the Bosnian government gave financial backing enabling excavations to be carried out in the region. Nedzad Brankovic, Bosnian Prime Minister at the time: "We were told the world was laughing at us ... but there is no government in the world that should stay quiet on things which are positive."
Anthony Harding, the president of the European Association of Archaeologists, described the Visoko excavation as "a total absurdity", saying: "There is some genuine archaeology on the hill and I'm told it's medieval, possibly Bronze Age or Roman. But the speculation that there could be a 12,000-year-old structure beneath is a complete fantasy and anyone with basic knowledge of archaeology or history should recognise that."
In 2016, critics are once again lining up to poke holes in Dr Osmanagic's rather grand claims. Discussing the Zavidovici spehere, Mandy Edwards of the University of Manchester's School of Earth, Atmospheric and Environmental Sciences told MailOnline the rock may not be man-made at all, and have been formed by the "precipitation of natural mineral cement within the spaces between sediment grains" - a process known as concretion.