Posted by: Johan Normark | February 22, 2012

2012: More on the Javanese ”pyramids”

You may recall that I mentioned the “discovery” of a pyramid on Java last December. I connected this to the 2012 circus since similar ideas of fake pyramids are prevalent within this phenomenon (most notably the Bosnian variety). The journalist Oei Eng Goan has more to say about the “Ancient Catastrophic Studies Team” that “discovered” the Javanese “pyramids” Sadahurip (Garut pyramid) and Padang. The chosen name of their team is quite appropriate…

The team was set up by Andi Arief, a presidential staff member on social affairs and disaster management. The team claims to have found evidence of man-made stone structures on the mountains. It would not be a huge surprise if there are man-made stone structures on these mountains, just as there are such structures on the mountains Osmanagich terraform in Bosnia. These possible stone structures most likely date from different time periods, probably not two to five million years ago when the Sadahurip was formed according to geologists. These mountains bear no resemblance to the candi structures on Java (temples of Buddhist and Hindu origin), such as Borobudur, Prambanan, Candi Sukuh and those on the Dieng Plateau. I visited Borobudur and Prambanan in 1993 and I hope to see Candi Sukuh and the Dieng Plateau later this year. Hopefully I will also pass by one of these fake pyramids…

Gunung Merapi seen from Borobudur



  1. Mayan pyramids in Florida.

    In the secret history.


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