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Energy Radiation - Bosnian Valley of the Pyramids - PIP Cameras

Polycontrast Interference Photography, also known as PIP, is an energy field video imaging system. This system was developed by Harry Oldfield, a respected biologist and an inventor from the UK. PIP provides a real time, moving image of the energy field of any object, including the human body.

Harry Oldfield visited Visoko, Bosnia & Herzegovina in 2008 and recorded images of the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun. He compared his recordings to images of natural hill formations of a similar size and shape.

The recordings displayed the energy field above the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun pointing vertically; however, natural hills show a homogenous horizontal energy field.


PIP Camera - Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun - 2008

Energy field above the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun


PIP Camera - Natural Hill - 2008

Energy field above a natural hill that has a shape of a pyramid


PIP Camera - Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun - 2008

Energy field above a small town




This year (2012), a team of Serbian scientists repeated the PIP experiment in 5 different locations in the Bosnian Valley of the Pyramids.

Sasa Nedfeji, from the exploration center ‘Duh Rtnja’, was the project lead. The data analysis was done by a nuclear physicist, Prof. Dr. Ljubo Ristovski, who has years of experience working with energetic processes in biologic and geologic systems.

The recording process lasted for three days and took place at the Pyramid of the Sun, Moon, Love and Earth, as well as the Tumulus in Vratnica.

Here are some of the images recorded.



PIP Camera - Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun - 2012

Energy field above the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun




Vertical energy radiation was once again detected on the Pyramid of the Sun, Moon, Mother Earth and the Tumulus in Vratnica.



PIP Camera - Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun - 2012

Energy field above the Bosnian Pyramid of the Moon and the Temple of Mother Earth




Professor Ristovski combined his own research with the research of a scientist from Belgrade, Goran Marjanovic. Marjanovic, as did other scientists before, measured the electromagnetic waves on top of the Pyramid of the Sun to be 30 kHz. Ristovski then calculated the wavelength to be approximately 10 Km. Up until now, the largest natural sources of radiation discovered have a wavelength of less than 1 m. This is another piece of evidence suggesting that Visocica Hill in Visoko (The Pyramid of the Sun) is not a natural hill.

Research so far concludes that the pyramids are radiating energy. Energetic radiation is a wave and a wave is information (for example, magnetic, electro magnetic, infra, and ultra waves).

Many are speculating that the pyramids are a type of an artificial antenna used for sending and receiving information.

For radiation of 30 kHz to occur on top of the Pyramid of the Sun, there must be a source somewhere within the pyramid. Scientists agree that it is necessary to have some sort of a generator with a changeable EM field and antenna that is broadcasting the emissions.

To produce radiation of 30 kHz an antenna would need to be at least ¼ of the size of the wavelength; in the case of the Pyramid of the Sun, the antenna would have to be around 2.5 km (10 km / 4).

In the military, mechanisms that work on this frequency are used to communicate with satellite radars. Frequencies in size between 30 and 150 kHz are used for astronautical radio communication.

What is the real purpose of the Pyramid of the Sun in Bosnia and all other pyramids around the world? Could they be used as some type of communication device to send signals to the sky?

The scientific community is looking forward to finding out what is on the inside of the Pyramid of the Sun once the explorers finally make their way in.

Source: Duh Rtnja

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Harry Oldfield PIP Photo: Energy field above the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun pointing vertically

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From left to right: Professor Ristovski, Sasa Nedfeji and Goran Marjanovic

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