On March 3, 2015, I discovered hundreds of artificially textured stones on the eroded western face of Osijela Hill, a steep clay and claystone structure built in ancient times as part of the Bosnian Pyramid Megacomplex.
The Bosnian Rosetta Stone, shaped and worked in its entirety in ancient times, bears signs, not only of the surface texturing (deep gouging) that marks the top of most of the ancient clay construction stones in the Bosnian Pyramid Megacomplex, but it also, astonishingly, shows signs of either 1) spatula-like tool marks or 2) finger marks or finger-like marks. What ancient advanced civilization made this textured stone and millions of others like it 30,000+ years ago? Let’s continue the investigation in the Visoko, Bosnia area.
Osijela hill is located east across the Fojnica River from the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun. On Osijela Hill we see alternating 1) many-meters-deep soft clay layers alternated with 2) leftward-leaning hard claystone terrace layers – inclined into the structure for structural strength. Osijela Hill sits directly across the Fojnica River from the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun. The two huge structures are tied together across the Fojnica River by baked, adhered claystone layers that form the Fojnica riverbed. The ancients tied together their structures here, either across the built-from-scratch Fojnica riverbed or with alternating clay and concrete layers, as with the Bosnian Pyramid of Love and the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun.
Bosnian Rosetta Stone A
Bosnian Rosetta Stone B
Bosnian Rosetta Stone C
Note: Bosnian Rosetta Stone A and Bosnian Rosetta Stone B were first photographed and videotaped in situ on March 3, 2015. Bosnian Rosetta Stone C was first photographed and videotaped in situ on June 7, 2017. Bosnian Rosetta Stone A and C are now secured at an indoor location. Bosnian Rosetta Stone B is too heavy to move safely at this time.