Butuan archeology symposium to unveil ‘Geoscan Technology’
Where can you find a scanning instrument that can penetrate 6 kilometers deep into earth?
At the Asean Advanced Archeology Symposium, the “future of Archeology” will be unveiled from April 27 to 30 2017.
The Ancient Mysteries International (AMI) on Thursday confirmed that it will host the Symposium at Balanghai Hotel in Butuan City.
AMI said in a statement that the conference will include archeologists, geologists, researchers, and authors from across the world as well as from Philippines and Southeast Asia who will be presenting their research on advanced archeology discoveries, new theories.
They will also be discussing new technical scanning equipment that is being used in the archeology arena.
AMI Director Bruce Cunningham added that the non-profit symposium will also feature a demonstration of the new Satellite Radar Scan technology that “has made what appears to be a major discovery at a nearby site in the Agusan Del Sur area of the Caraga Region of Mindanao.”
He said that the “Geoscan Technology penetrates up to 6K into the earth, and also shows the chambers, materials that are there,” AMI called it the “future of Archeology.”
AMI invites all universities and societies with anthropology, geology, and archeology programs in Asean communities of Southeast Asia and Pacific Rim area to attend to the event.
One of the speakers of the event is Dr. Sam Osmanagich, the Director of the Center for Archeology and Anthropology at the American University in Bosnia-Herzegovina and the discoverer of the Bosnian Pyramids. He participated in the “Archeological Tourism” that has helped Bosnia increase the tourism income of its communities and he will be presenting this project in the gathering.
“We highly recommend Tourism Directors from all LGUs from all over Southeast Asia to attend,” AMI said.
You may check the list of presenters for the conference at www.ancientmysteriesinternational.net./ac