Newsletter For March 20, 2015
My new book, available through Amazon as an ebook HERE is presently #2 in Bolivia History, #3 in Bolivia Travel and #5 in South America History. The only book of its kind. The paperback version is also available HERE.
Full details HERE
My latest book "Elongated Skulls Of Peru And Bolivia: The Path Of Viracocha" is now available in paperback form HERE. It is the only book which goes beyond looking at the cranial deformation of human skulls, but reveals that ancient people of this area may have in fact been born with elongated heads.
Consider the tour above in June if May does not work for you; full details HERE.
MYSTERY OF THE ELONGATED SKULLS OF PERU AND BOLIVIA 2015 TOUR
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... continue reading
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
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 PERU & BOLIVIA TOUR 2015
Megalithomania and Hidden Inca Tours invite you on a once in a lifetime expedition
Contact and deposit/payment information HERE
June 19th – 29th 2015
+ add-on to Nazca + add-on to Bolivia
Join the stars of ‘Ancient Aliens’ (History Channel)Andrew Collins, Brien Foerster & Hugh Newman on a unique tour to examine and compare the great civilizations of Gobekli Tepe in Turkey, and the pr... continue reading
I was very fortunate to be part of a documentary, aired globally on the Science Channel which medically examined a very strange skeleton, whose skull is the size of its torso, found on top of a mountain in an ancient grave yard south of Cusco Peru.
The skeleton, named Huayqui, which is the Inca language term for “friend” or “equal” was found by the director of the Ritos Andinas Museum, Sr. Renato while searching for small meteorit... continue reading
Thanks to advanced quadcopter technology we can view the ancient sites of Peru as never before. Above is the place known as Qenqo (zig zag in the Inca language) which clearly shows Inca walls on the left and curving towards the top of the photo. However, the complex cut out areas in the bedrock can’t be adequately explained as being Inca, as the technology used is unknown, and the erosion of the surfaces is extreme.
The above photo is a shot taken ... continue reading
4 hours west of Cusco Peru there is an amazing ancient site that most travelers never see; Saywite, which is just off of the side of the main highway. Its most famous feature is the carved stone seen above, supposedly created by the Inca culture between 1100 and 1500 AD. According to American engineer Arlan Andrews it was created by the Inca as a teaching facility for engineers to learn agricultural hydrology.
As you can see in the details above, the crea... continue reading
Often overlooked because of its small stature, the co called Menkaure pyramid at Giza is as intriguing as its better known giant neighbours. But why is it so much smaller? Here is a quote from National Geographic: ‘Perhaps there wasn’t enough room left at the Giza Plateau. Maybe the cost of building was too high.’ How can they presume that?
The exterior is quite curious in that it is presumed to originally have had the lower courses ... continue reading
One of the sites that is always included in our yearly trip to Egypt, and will be on our March 8 to 21, 2015 tour HERE is the so called Bent Pyramid at Dashur. Egyptologists believe that this pyramid was under construction, when its initial angle had to be changed in order to repair a faulty design of the Egyptian engineers. But would the engineers really have been that short sighted?
Engineer Samuel Laboy, from Puerto Rico believes that the design was i... continue reading
For many people, including myself, the most intriguing and mysterious ruler of ancient Egypt was Akhenaten who along with his wife Nefertiti chose to move the capital city of this ancient land from the Thebes area to a virgin site which became Tell El Amarna, or Akhetaten. The reason why this grand gesture was done is very intriguing.
Akhenaten, whose name translates as being “the shadow of Aten” named his city Akhetaten (horizon of Aten) an... continue reading
Located in the Province of Florida, Department of Santa Cruz, the archaeological site of Fuerte de Samaipata consists of two clearly identified parts: the hill with its many carvings, believed to have been the Ceremonial Centre and area to the south of the hill, which formed the administrative and residential district and the political administration.
The site is known to have been occupied and used as a ritual and residential centre by people belongin... continue reading