1) Cardinal Alignments
The Bosnian Pyramid of Sun, Moon and Dragon each have their four facets perfectly aligned towards the cardinal points, North, South, East and West. This orientation is a common property shared amongst many of the globes ancient Pyramids including the Pyramids of Egypt; Giza and those of China; Shaanxi Province (Photos 3&4). Unique however to the Visoko complex is the fact that the three main Pyramids each have one of their sides built into the landscape surrounding them, providing an “access plateau? to their peaks, which is unlike the common “free-standing” pyramid design seen elsewhere around the globe. Confirmation of the Bosnian Pyramids exactitude with geographic North has been obtained by both topographic mapping and satellite imagery. Measurements carried out by Dr. Amer Smailbegovic using the “Automated Linear-Anomaly Detector” satellite system, used for measuring tectonic lineaments, confirmed break angles of 43.822 degrees (+/- 1.6) at three of the undamaged corners (Figure 2). The exception is the South West corner of the Sun Pyramid, having become eroded in recent times, possibly due to the presence of an abandoned quarry where material was extracted from. The strong outer casing of the ancient giant pyramid structure was used in order to build the now ruined medieval fortress at the top of the Sun Pyramid, where Bosnian royalty once resided. 
Figure 1: Diagrammatical view of the main structures currently under investigation in the Visoko Complex
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the message transferred down to us from the designers of the Visoko Pyramid Valley may have been that of a warning or of a prediction, for their civilisations inevitable demise.
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8) Sacred Landscape
In the small village of Ginje, 5km South East from the centre of Visoko, there exists an artificially constructed hill composed of earth and stone blocks (Figure 1, F & Photo 29). Though this mound is very much smaller than the giant Pyramids nearby, its shape and size has been carefully calculated in order to provide a unique and important viewing perspective of the Bosnian Valley of the Pyramids. The mound, now surrounded by dwellings, reaches a height of 20m+ and has a long axis of at least 150m, orientated approximately NW-SE towards the Pyramid of the Sun. The top of the mound is flattened with an oval shape and has convex sides displaying a small degree of terracing running around the structure.
Photo 29: Ginje mound, looking South East.
At several different positions around the mound 10 huge regularly shaped conglomerate blocks are visible, both at the surface of the flat top and poking out from under the vegetation along the terracing (Photo 30). The sizes of the blocks vary but range from at least 2m x 1m x 1m and weigh in excess of 8 tons each. The local museum staff attribute the site as being a medieval necropolis, the blocks being used as grave markers though it is likely that many of the blocks present at the surface of the mound are no longer in their original positions.
Photo 30: One of several displaced conglomerate blocks measuring 2m x 1m, partially uncovered on top of the mound.
According to the villagers, during the mid 20th century many of the blocks on the surface of the structure had been removed and used as building material for nearby buildings. The recently displaced blocks visible at the top of the mound may have been too large to remove from the site for construction purposes without specialist lifting equipment. The main road running through the village, which dates from at least the time of Roman occupation, has a wall along side it that is constructed from smaller conglomerate blocks loosely mortared together. The foundations of the Mosque nearby are also built using blocks that had been dragged off the mound.
Figure 15: View from Ginje Mound. Green – Pyramid of the Sun, Yellow- Pyramid of Love, Blue – Temple of Mother Earth, Purple – Cetnica, Red – Pyramid of the Dragon
On the ground, the importance of this archaeological site comes into full effect when stood on the mounds 20m high flat top. From this vantage point it is 506m above sea level. Looking towards the Pyramid of the Sun, the landscape pulls together, producing several topographical alignments that are not random but calculated down to the degree.
Seen in figures 15 & 16, the centre axis to the Pyramid of the Sun is positioned North-West, 3975m away from Ginje mound. The bearing is exactly 333°.
Along this bearing a virtual horizon, 0° inclination, can be made using the topography in front of the observer. The location where the leading edge of Temple of Mother Earth (blue) falls behind a hillside in front of Ginje, the height is a pairing with the mound at 506m. Using the identified virtual horizon, along the bearing of 333°,
the peak of the Pyramid of the Sun (Green) is at an inclination of 3.75°. The plateau of the Pyramid of Love (Yellow) which is found in front of the Pyramid of Sun is at an inclination of 2.5°. The North-East and South-West corners of the Sun Pyramid fall behind the Love Pyramids plateau at 2.5° left of axis and 2.5° right of axis. It is also made to appear that the North Eastern corner of the Pyramid of the Sun falls parallel with the South Eastern corner of the Love Pyramid. The image below highlights the prior measurements with a crosshair along the bearing 333°, its centre resting on top of the Pyramid of Love.
Within the diagram are also two buttresses upon the flanks of Cetnica that have been highlighted. The leading edge of the most southerly buttress identifies 10° left, with 10° right being identified where Temple of Mother Earths peak flattens out, towards its spot height.Figure 16: The Pyramid of the Sun is at a bearing of 333° to Ginje Mound
At this location, that both the peak of the Sun Pyramid and the associated measures noted above are only visible from the top of the Ginje mound indicates that its position and height is deliberate and purposeful. Deborah L. Nichols, an anthropologist who studies Mesoamerican archaeology comments that “Sacred places and landscapes are created and evolve through human acts. While these places may reflect the cosmological organizing principles of society, they are not merely cosmograms but dynamic, complex landscapes created as settings for the reenactments of mytho-historical narratives.” 
As can be seen by the silhouette formed by the Visoko pyramid landscape (Figure 16), it resembles that of the constellation Cassiopeia. The mytho-historical narrative displayed via the landscape presented from Ginje Mound is undoubtedly through the depiction of this star constellation, which in the past would have risen from behind, to directly above the centre of the landscape immediately after the winter solstice sunset, approximately 16000 years ago (Figure 17).
Figure 17: Cassiopeia above Visoko Sacred Landscape circa 16000 yrs before present, on Winter Solstice
By this connection between the structures on the ground and with the “Gods? in the heavens above, the hermetic maxim “As above, so below?, as expressed most eloquently by Hermes Trismegistus in his “Emerald tablet,” is forever enshrined within the Sacred Landscape of Visoko. Through the Ancient Greek mythology of Cassiopeia, it tells us of a beautiful but vein and arrogant queen who would constantly boast of her physical beauty and that of her daughters, ‘Andromeda’. This indiscretion of vanity and materialism is said to have caused Poseidon, God of the Sea, to become angry and punish
Cassiopeia Lincoln by attempting to flood her entire kingdom.
Wherever or whenever this myth originated, the message transferred down to us from the designers of the Visoko Pyramid Valley may have been that of a warning or of a prediction, for their civilisations inevitable demise.http://www.wakingtimes.com/2014/03/03/9-cases-existence-pyramids-bosnia/
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