Following the astral tether from the fake disk Allan guides Roy toward Bosnia. As you get close to the final location a radio signal comes through the Venture’s speakers
“Unauthorized aircraft turn back or be fired upon by authority of Aztechnology Corporate Defence Force.”
“We can return later flying under the radar once we triangulate the location and learn exactly what we are flying into.” Roy says to the rest of you as he turns the plane around.
Eventually, Roy lands in a small airstrip outside of Sarajevo. Along the horizon you see military helicopters flying to the north, and closer, large cargo jets unloading gear onto trucks. You quickly notice Aztechnology logos on the trucks.
Guards patrol the streets in heavy armour with assault rifles slung over their shoulders. Armbands for officers list which merc company they work for. In other places, the blue helmets and body armour clearly call out UN forces striving to keep the peace. A nearby hotel has boards covering a dozen windows on the ground floor, and pockmarks from nearby explosions scar the plascrete walls. The Bosnian war may be long over but things aren’t exactly safe.
“Nothing but hills out that way…wait that’s not right.” gh0st says.“I think it may be the site of the debunked Pyramid of the Sun.”
“Found an article about Semir Osmanagić dated March 1, 2017, I’ll send you the link.”
Pseudoscientist Semir Osmanagić claims a series of triangular-shaped hills in his native Bosnia, are artificial pyramids that are bigger and older than those in Egypt.
Despite mainstream archaeologists saying they are just natural rock formations, Mr Osmanagic has made another bold claim that he has found Nikola Tesla’s so-called “torison fields of standing energy” at the Bosnian Pyramids site, which means we could now “communicate with aliens”.
Mr Telsa was a Serbian-American inventor, physicist, and futurist, who contributed to the design of the AC electricity supply system in 1888.
His ideas became more left-field and experimental towards the end of the 1800s, and he devised the theory of “standing waves” of energy coming from Earth that meant electricity could be transmitted wirelessly over long distances.
Mr Osmanagić has claimed the alleged discovery at one of the “34,000 year old” pyramids he calls the Pyramid of the Sun “changes the history of planet” and could lead to intergalactic communication.
He wrote: "The discovery of Tesla’s standing waves at the top of the Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun— which are believed to travel faster than the speed of light, while not losing strength as they pass through cosmic bodies—prove the existence of something referred to as a cosmic web or cosmic internet which allow for a immediate intergalactic communication throughout the universe.
“You want to guess which corp just recently hired Semir as an archeologist? So maybe, the whole Bosnian Pyramid thing is another carefully constructed alien conspiracy like the Denver airport. Just hiding in plain sight.” Roy interjects
“Eh man, maybe the artifact is what what is giving off that torison field thing?” Smoke suggests.