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Super Brain Research Group (SBRG) is a multidisciplinary international project that aims to study the architecture, geometry, shape and materials of ancient structures in Europe as well as the development of knowledge from the viewpoint of anthropological and historical discoveries made in this context.



Research Coordinator


Prof. Paolo Debertolis is in permanent staff of the University of Trieste (Italy) from 1987, Department of Medical Sciences. He teaches in the Degree Course of Medicine and Surgery and in the Degree Course in Dentistry and Denture. He is graduated in Medicine and Surgery and specialist in Stomatology. At the University of Milan obtained in 2006 the Postgraduate Diploma in Odontology and Legal Dentistry. He holds the Chair of Legal Dentistry, Odontology and Dental Archaeology at the Degree Course in Dentistry and  the Chair of Dentistry Deseases (Integrated Course of Head-Neck Pathology) at the Degree Course in Medicine and Surgery at the University of Trieste. From several years he has expanded lines of his research to medical anthropology and archaeology related with the teaching of Dental Archaeology (application of forensic methods in the field of archaeology). From 2009 he has been beginning a study in medical anthropology connected to ancient archaeological sites and natural phenomena in sacred sites. His main interest is in Archaeo-acoustics. It demonstrates sound occurrences projected by the builders of some ancient structures and also natural phenomena which can influence the psychological state of a person in a mystic state or during prayers and chanting. His research is also connected to the relationship between the environment or artificial habitat and the  human body.



Associate collaborators


Mr. Andrea Venturini, photographer of the team and responsible for the development of the iconography of the researches.
Most of the photographs in publications of SB Reseach Group are from his production.
He has participated extensively as a volunteer in the excavations in Visoko Valley during which he developed a passion for research and documentation of progress.





Heikki Savolainen has worked as a sound engineer, sound designer, producer and manager from 1982 onwards both in Finland and other countries. He completed the Finnish Broadcasting Company’s (YLE) sound engineer course between the years 1984-1986. At that time, he became employed as a music engineer at the music production department at YLE. During 1985-1996 Savolainen worked as a music engineer and producer in a number of music, radio play, and external productions at YLE. Savolainen was engaged with the Savonlinna Opera Festival during the summers of 1980-1994, managing the sound design of productions as a sound designer. In 1996 Savolainen became the chief technical officer of Radio City. After 1998 he moved on to Seawolf Studios Ldt. After that he was working in E-Studio as a recording engineer and producer. He offers services as both Macintosh IT trainer and maintenance and works as an A/V producer with his own company. Savolainen has worked as a part-time teacher at the Sibelius Academy’s Department of Music Technology and at the Department of Lighting and Sound Design at the Theatre Academy Helsinki. He has been awarded with the EMMA and Record of the Year awards. Now he is working with SBRG as sound engineer and researcher for sounds and electromagnetism from ancient structures.




Nina Earl, scientific assistant for research, graduated in Environmental Land Management from the University of Greenwich, London.

She has long held an interest in megalithic sites, especially in relation to agriculture. When preparing for her dissertation, she began researching the use of pyramids and megalithic dolmens to increase crop yields. She is particularly interested in understanding the forgotten technology of the ancient civilizations, in particular in the field of archaeoacoustics and natural phenomena in ancient sites. She began her collaboration with SBRG group from 2012 in Visoko, Bosnia-Herzegovina.




Domagoj Nikolić has a Bachelor of Science degree in International Relations from the London School of Economics and Political Science and a Masters of Science degree in Service Management from Rochester Institute of Technology. From 1993 to 2005 he was an international aid worker, executive, administrator and security specialist working all over the Balkans and the Middle East. He has a keen interest in metaphysics, philosophy and history. He has been researching megalithic sites in the Balkans since 2006 from the point of view of ancient technologies and lost civilizations. Domagoj works as a full time faculty at Rochester Institute of Technology Croatia teaching application of advanced technologies in service systems.




Goran Marjanović, is a telecommunications engineer specialist in systems of light-based telecommunications. Already forty years in theoretical-physics research. Author of “Energy Density Quantization” model. Especially focused to works of Nikola Tesla, and admirer/follower of Tesla's achievements. In last decade - made a large number of Tesla-apparatus replicas, as well as a series of machines (of own, original, construction; authoring), targeting verification of postulates of EDQ Model. Owning a special Laboratory dedicated to research of Tesla-technologies. Created a large number of various versions of Tesla transformers and machines based on Tesla Technology. Last successes are related to experimental verification of Tesla Scalar and subtle energetic fields, that are extremely beneficial to living organisms. Based on forty-annual practical and theoretical research strongly believe that the knowledge of ancient civilizations significantly exceeded our present knowledge and that Nikola Tesla, was one of the first people of this civilization that seriously approached to this knowledge. Therefore, in recent years intensively investigate the legacy of ancient civilizations.






Natalia Tarabella is an architect specializing in urban planning. She graduated at the University of Florence  presenting a thesis in Architecture proposing a project to safeguard the archaeological Punic-Roman site of the city Tipaza in Algeria. She participated in various workshops with a group of professors and students of the University of Architecture in Florence for the plan of urban regeneration and protection of areas at risk. She worked on the designing for the renovation of a hotel in the district of Bir el Azab of Sana'a in Yemen, with the University of Architecture in Florence. She has surveyed the territory of several countries with data and photos for the study of the techniques of the terraced landscape, management and water harvesting, water tanks, clay housing and cities with urbanization linked to water. She is engaged in research and preservation of ancient techniques in particular over dry land, research and preservation of ecosystems at risk and research and preservation of countries in the developing world. She is the founder and coordinator of Pangea, which is an organization for research and preservation of ancient techniques. Pangea is engaged in research and data collection of local resources in archaeology, historical, environmental and traditional fields. As part design Pangea is using technologies that leverage the knowledge and traditional architectural techniques.




Nikola Ristevski, Scientific assistant in Super Brain Research Group since 2014. Nikola Ristevski has a Bachelor of Science degree in Management from the University of Economics in Varna, Bulgaria. He is native Macedonian, who has been researching history, mythology, archeology, geography, ethnology, antropology and natural resources of Republic of Macedonia. Interested in studying human behaviour, occultism, parapsychology, phrenology, metaphysics, social engineering. He has an advanced knowledge in cultural heritage management, currently working on a book about the mystical city of Saint Nicholas in Ovce Pole, his home region. Part of his work can be read at





Rókus Ármin, language consultant for Hungaria. He was born in 16th July 1993 in Zenta, this is a bigger city in the Vajdaság territory. Actually he lives in Óbecse, He has passed the general elementary school and the High School of Social Science and now he signed into the Military University in Budapest (this school specialised for military technology and prevention of terrorism). He likes well the archaeology and because of this he began to inquire about the Bosnian Pyramid valley. He was volunteer in digging at Visoko. Actually he doesn't have great experience in archaeology, but he try to understand the little parts of this beautiful science even though he can make better use in the physical works.


dr. ing. Giorgio A. Battistoni, consultant for instrumentation



Past collaborators of the Team
Valeria Maria Hocza, medical doctor and scientific assistant, August 2010 - April 2011
Sara Acconci, archaeologist, November 2010 - December 2011
Ajdin Ahmetspahić, photographer, August 2011 - December 2011
Jadranka Drempetić, historian and architect, October 2011 - June 2012
Lucia Krasovec Lucas, architect, professor at Polytechnic of Milan, November 2010 - February 2014
Slobodan Mizdrak, physics researcher, January 2012 - May 2014
Raffaella Agosti, language consultant for English, August 2010 - August 2015
Davor Jadrijević, electrical engeneer and physicist, January 2012 - September 2015
Emanuela Nunzia Croce, geologist, January 2012 - October 2015
Carmine Barisano, archaeologist, August 2011 - December 2015
Niccolò Bisconti, archaeologist, July 2012 - April 2016
Daniele Gullà, forensic rearcher, May 2014 - December 2018




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