Three months after his first visit to the 'Bosnian pyramids' site in central Bosnia, the world's number one tennis player Novak Djokovic has returned for another visit to the complex.
The visit comes only days after his defeat against Rafael Nadal in the French Open final.
This summer Djokovic arrived at the ‘Archaeological Park: Bosnian Pyramid of Sun’ site at an invitation of its founder, dr Semir Osmanagic. The preparations for Djokovic's initial visit when he arrived in the company of his parents lasted for two months. This time, his wife joined in.
“I have been following Semir's work for years and I got an opportunity to visit. I really enjoyed it and waited for another chance to come. My wife joined me this time,” said Djokovic.
This site, located near the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina, is according to him a real wealth.
“You have a real wealth here and Semir has been explaining that for 15 and more years through a scientific methodology. Anyone having any dilemmas or doubts about something not being presented in the right way should come to be assured. I don't want to speak about it in ‘expert’ tone, I leave that to Semir,” he added.
The alleged pyramid discovery from 2005 still divides scientific community but Osmanagic's promotion of the site has been bringing thousands of visitors to Visoko since then. The hills around Visoko that he claims are man-made pyramids also positively affect the human immune system, according to Osmanagic.
The world's best tennis player known for his holistic lifestyle invited other athletes to see the site in Bosnia.
“As for my area of interest, the sports, I would like to invite all athletes to come here and spend some time in the tunnels enriched with oxygen. That's very important for us, the athletes, anything that can help in a natural way. The pyramids and tunnels are a real thing,” he added.