The New Pyramid Paradigm: Philip Coppens & Sam Osmanagic Lecture on the Spanish Island of Tenerife
Philip Coppens and Sam Osmanagic will be lecturing in Los Cristianos, Tenerife, on January 24, 2009. Philip Coppens is an author and investigative journalist, ranging from the world of politics to ancient history and mystery. In The New Pyramid Age, he will explain that since 1994, the entire pyramid landscape has changed. Sam Osmanagic is the founder and director of the Bosnian Valley of the Pyramids, which has uncovered Europe’s largest, if not oldest, pyramid complex.
19h00: Philip Coppens, The New Pyramid Age
19h45: Sam Osmanagic, The Bosnian Pyramids
20h30: Question and answer session
Venue: South Tenerife Christian Fellowship, top floor of Apolo Centre, Los Cristianos
Address: Centro Comercial Apolo 57
Calle Pedro Bethencourt no2,
Los Cristianos, 38650, Arona,
Tenerife, Canary Islands
Accessibility: car parking and near bus station
Philip Coppens is an author and investigative journalist, ranging from the world of politics to ancient history and mystery. He is the editor-in-chief of the Dutch magazine Frontier, as well as a frequent contributor to Nexus Magazine and New Dawn Magazine. Since 1995, he has lectured extensively, across the world. He is the author of The Stone Puzzle of Rosslyn Chapel, The Canopus Revelation, Land of the Gods, The New Pyramid Age and Servants of the Grail.
In The New Pyramid Age, he will explain that since 1994, the entire pyramid landscape has changed. Pyramids are now being found almost everywhere: in 1994 in China; then in Caral, in Peru, South America; then in Northern Italy and in 2005 in Bosnia. At the same time, what the Egyptian pyramids are or could be, has also become the subject of intense debate.
Sam Osmanagic is the founder and director of the Bosnian Valley of the Pyramids. In 2005, he was invited to come to Visoko, to see an enigmatic hill; could it be a pyramid? he was asked. Sam decided to fund an initial survey, which concluded that the structure needed further investigation, but seemed man-made. As could be expected, when he went public with these findings, a worldwide controversy broke out, and the world press came to hear – or mock – him. But in 2007, a series of archaeologists and geologists, from all over the world, confirmed the structure was manmade – making it the largest pyramid in the world.
Osmanagic will unveil, in his own unique style, the story of an incredible journey so far… and where he and the rest of us will go from here onwards.
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