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Welcome to The Bosnian Valley of the Pyramids: 

"Journeys with Jonette Awakening Zone Show"

 

Jonette was in Bosnia and interviewed Dr. Semir Osmanagich, Ph.D. who in 2005 discovered a complex of pyramids including what is now recognized as the world’s largest pyramid—designated as the Pyramid of the Sun. The site was immediately recognized by Osmanagich for the exact orientation of the faces of the pyramid to the cardinal directions. Subsequent discoveries have revealed a large complex of other monuments and interconnecting tunnels. There are also unusual electromagnetic beams detected radiating from the Pyramid of the Sun. All of the structures are at least 12,000 years old with some radio carbon dating showing the pyramid to be at least 24,800 years old. The find is rocking the world of ancient history. Jonette will lead a spiritual tour there in the autumn of 2015.

Dr. Semir Osmanagic ‘Sam’ discovered a large complex of 6 monumental stone structures and interlinking tunnels in Bosnia’s Visoko Valley in 2005. He is director of Center for Anthroplogy and Archaeology at the American University in Bosnia-Herzegovina and is currently the principal investigator on “Bosnian Valley of the Pyramids” research project. It is now the world’s largest concerted archeological excavation project. After initial denials by archeological authorities in government and Egyptology circles, Dr. Osmanagic has been convincingly presenting the truth of this remarkable find. “The team of interdisciplinary scientists conducting studies on the cosmic energy enigma at the archaeological site in Bosnia are on a relentless pursuit to uncover the wisdom from the ancient culture that left this behind,” states Dr. Sam Osmanagich. “There are facts about physical phenomenon that can be scientifically verified, yet there remain many unanswered questions unexplainable using our current recorded history.”

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Audio File Download Instructions from Center for Creative Consciousness.

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1.  We create Windows Media Player Audio files and you will need to use Windows Media Player version 9 or higher.  It works on both PC’s and Macintosh Computers.  Windows Media Player is FREE to download.  We also create mp3 audio files for use with PC's or Macintosh.  Please see downloading instructions for Mac below.

Below are some links to the Microsoft website that has the media player.

Windows media player download link FOR PC's 

http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windowsmedia/9series/player.aspx

Windows media player download link FOR Macintosh
http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windowsmedia/software/Macintosh/osx/default.aspx

2.  Before you begin downloading the Windows Media Files to your computer we advise you to disable any firewalls that you have running.  This has been the number 1 problem with our customers in receiving the entire downloaded audio file(s).

You will then Right Click, on the Audio file to be downloaded XXXX.wma, it will bring up a page that as a number of options, you need to select “save target as”  This allows you to save each track to your computer in whatever directory you use in the “save target as” option.  You will need to remember the directory where you saved these downloads to, so that you can access them to burn them to your CD.

Next, you are ready to listen to the audio file(s) or write/burn them to a CD.

To listen to the audio track simply double left click the downloaded audio file.

FOR PC BURNING CD’S

To write the audio tracks to your CD Burner if you are using Windows Media Player 9 you need to RIGHT click on the downloaded wma. audio file, select “add to playlist” a pop up window will appear and you need to select a current playlist or create a NEW playlist.  For example, you might create a new playlist called Mark Preparing For The New Energy World Class#1 and then add the audio file(s) to that playlist.  After you have added all the audio files to a playlist  you are ready to burn these files to your CD. 

If you are using Windows Media Player 10 you need to RIGHT click on the downloaded wma. Audio file, select “add to burnlist”  and then burn these tracks to a CD.


FOR MAC DOWNLOADING AND BURNING CD’S

For Mac computers, use only the mp3 files.

Right click on each of the tracks, one at a time and select "Save Link As…" and select the folder/location you want to put it.

Once all the mp3 tracks/files have been saved, go to that folder where they are. Click on the first file to highlight it. Hold the Command key down while you select each of the other files/tracks in the series.

Once they are all highlighted, Right Click and select "Burn x items to Disc"

The computer will tell you to insert a Disc. Insert a blank Disc and it will burn the selected tracks to it.

To listen to the audio track on your computer simply double left click on the downloaded audio file.