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May 2015: The Ultimate Elongated Skulls Of Peru And Bolivia Tour! And Another In June!


Consider the tour above in June if May does not work for you; full details HERE.


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Mystery Of The Elongated Skulls

Tour Of Peru And Bolivia

May 4 To 13 2015

This will be the first tour of its kind; a thorough examination of where and when the elongated skull people lived in Peru and Bolivia. We will visit Paracas, the epicenter of this phenomenon of 2000 plus years ago, as well as seeing that Inca themselves may have had elongated heads, or were at least descended from those that did. And not to be left out, enigmatic Tiwanaku and Puma Punku in Bolivia, where we will examine elongated skulls that even archaeologists do not know about.

We will be joined by 3 Peruvian experts of the history of the area:

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Juan Navarro Hierro: Director of the Paracas History Museum and world expert on the Paracas Culture.


Dr. Theo Paredes: PhD Cusco anthropologist . Expert of the history of the Inca and much more.


Renato Davila, anthropologist and director of the Andahuaylillas Museum.

All guests must arrive by May 3 in Lima. May 4: Lima: Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology and the fabulous private Larco gold museum as well as dinner right next to a massive 2000 year old pyramid. Overnight Lima.


May 5: Drive to Paracas and visit the Paracas History Museum. Overnight Paracas.


May 6: Boat trip to see the amazing Paracas Candelabro, massive seabird and sea lion colonies of the Ballestas Islands, and then drive to Nazca. On the way we stop at the Ica Muesum which has a great display of elongated skulls. Overnight Nazca.


May 7: Fly over the Nazca Lines and Geoglyphs and visit the Antonini Museum before driving back to Paracas. Overnight Paracas.


May 8: Return to Lima for visits to the Native and folklore markets. Overnight Lima.

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May 9: Fly to Cusco and tour the ancient Inca Cusco areas as well as the elongated skulls in the Machu Pic’chu Museum next to our hotel. Shamanic purification ritual for those that want it. Overnight Cusco.


May 10: Drive to see the amazing Huayqui skeleton 1 hour south of Cusco and then tour the massive megalithic areas above the city of Cusco including Sachsayhuaman. Overnight Cusco.



May 11: Head off into the Sacred Valley and explore the mysterious Naupa Huaca and Ollantaytambo. Overnight Ollantaytambo.


May 12: Magnificent Machu Pic’chu for the whole day. Overnight Ollantaytambo.


May 13: Return to Cusco, and for those not on the extension, fly back to Lima. For those on the extension, we fly to Juliaca near Lake Titicaca. Overnight Puno.

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May 14: Drive to explore the megalithic stone towers of Sillustani and the strange stone “door” of Amaru Muru. Overnight Puno.


May 15: Cross into Bolivia and spend the entire day at Tiwanaku and Puma Punku. Overnight Tiwanaku.


May 16: Drive to La Paz, and fly back to Lima.  

Main Tour Cost: 3195 US

Single Supplement: 500 US

Bolivia Extension:  1250 US

Single Supplement: 300 US

Contact Brien at: to join

The Room Of 10,000 Ancient Skulls In Lima Peru

In the Museum of Anthropology in Lima Peru, there is a large room which contains quite possibly the world’s largest collection of ancient human skulls, all presumably found in Peru itself. The fact that this country has thousands of years of cultural history, and thus graves, makes such a collection possible. Many it seems are from the Paracas area, south of the capital Lima. The Paracas culture are known around the world for their elaborate texti... continue reading

Elongated Skulls Of Peru And Bolivia: New Book In Progress

In 2011 David Hatcher Childress and I published the above book looking at the global phenomenon of artificial cranial deformation. In general, this process was only performed on high ranking members of society. At present I am working on what could be called volume 2; but with a specific emphasis on the elongated skulls of Peru and Bolivia, and their relationship to what is called the “path of Viracocha” which is both a road and energy band.... continue reading

“Ancient Aliens” Tour Of Peru And Bolivia June 19 To 29, 2015

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Medical Examination Of Elongated Skull And Skeleton In Cusco Peru

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The Strange Megalithic Site Of Saywite In Peru

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Exploring The Capital City Of The “Heretic Pharaoh” Akhenaten: Tell El Amarna

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