Pyramidal GeoMagnetic Rectifier discovery at Visoko 71300, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Abstract - Dr. Slobodan Mizdrak registered the EM signal at 28 kHz at the top of The Bosnian Pyramid of The Sun (Visočica Hill) in April of 2011.
INTRODUCTION I hypothesize that the source of the registered EM signal of 28kHz is the VLF-atmospheric.
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Dr, Slobodan Mizdrak using an ultrasound recorder discovered a signal in the Very Low Frequency range in the Earths atmosphere emitting through the Bosnian Pyramid.
Read the linked to article at the document start.
Dr, Slobodan Mizdrak using EM meters (Ultrasound Microphones), capacitance plates and tesla coils, placed around the Bosnian Sun Pyramid picked up noiseless sound frequency at 28kHz.
The report conclusion argues three points:
1. Natural VLF-atmospherics around 28kHz are of average duration shorter than 500 microseconds. At the top of The Bosnian Pyramid of The Sun, the EM signal of 28 kHz is almost CONTINUOUS.
2. Registered EM signal of 28kHz at the top of The Bosnian Pyramid of The Sun has MUCH BIGGER MAGNITUDE than the VLF-atmospherics’s signal registered in the nature.
3. Shape of the natural VLF-atmospherics’s signal of 28kHz is a deformed sine wave, quasi-sine waveform.
Pyramids are known in China, Africa, Europe, South America, and speculation continues in North America and Australia.
Bosnian Pyramid is dated at 27,000 - 35,000 B.C. based on carbon dating debris caught inside flooded underground tunnel complexes and elsewhere. The Sun Pyramid itself faces cardinal compass points, north, south, east and west, with entire facets buried deep beneath soils. Stands 1/2 mile high.