Lloyd Pye Elongated Skulls And Megalithic Wonders Of Peru And Bolivia Tour
Ancient Elongated Skull And Megalithic Wonders Tour August 4 to 16 2014
Lloyd Pye has been investigating hominid life forms for decades. Although he is most famous for his ongoing examination of the Starchild skull, Lloyd’s fields of expertise include Intervention Theory, the origins of life, of human life, of alien reality, of hominoid (bigfoot, yeti, etc.) reality, which makes him a dynamic platform speaker in about Alternative Knowledge.
Lloyd began writing in 1975, then became a screenwriter in Hollywood in the 1980s. In 1995, he found his passion writing nonfiction in Alternative Knowledge. Alternative Knowledge is information rooted in mainstream science, but in areas normally kept from public discussion because they cast doubt on the currently accepted paradigms and dogmas of the mainstream.
Brien Foerster is an adventurer, guide and author of 12 books. He has also been a regular on Ancient Aliens and has been a student of Native cultures from childhood. As a resident of Cusco, he has learned that many of the ancient megalithic sites, including Machu Picchu were not made by the Inca, some 600 to 1000 years ago, but mysterious people who predated the Inca by 10,000 years or more. Echoes of Atlantis?
On this tour, Brien and Lloyd will examine various locations where mysterious ancient Elongated Skulls have been found, and physically examine the skulls themselves. Conventional archaeology believes that all of the Elongated Skulls of Peru and Bolivia were the result of deliberate cranial deformation, but Brien and Lloyd will explore the idea that some of these skulls were actually born elongated. They are working together at the present time with a US based geneticist to study the DNA of the Elongated Skull people of Peru and Bolivia, all of whom, on average died out 2000 years ago.
The megalithic wonders of Peru and Bolivia will also be a central focus, and you will learn that the Inca did not make these engineering marvels, but inherited them from mysterious people who may have made them 12,000 or more years ago.
August 4: Day 1/ Arrive in Lima by this date. Overnight Lima.
The central plaza in Lima
August 5: Day 2/ Adapt to being in South America: Tour of Lima including the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology plus Larco Museum. This helps visitors see the diversity of Peruvian ancient history and cultures. Overnight Lima.
Ancient artifacts in the Larco Museum
August 6: Day 3/ Drive to Nazca, enjoying the surreal desert fly past us, and overnight Nazca.
The vastness of Nazca..
August 7: Day 4/ Fly over the Nazca lines, visit Cahuachi adobe pyramid complex (largest in South America) and Antonini Nazca museum. The latter shows us that the Elongated Paracas culture preceded the Nazca in the area. Overnight Nazca:
Just part of the massive Cahuachi adobe pyramid complex
August 8: Day 5/ Drive to Ica, stopping at the Maria Reiche Museum, Ica Stone Museum (has 10,000 odd and perhaps ancient carved stones) and Ica regional museum (great collection of Elongated Skulls.) Then on to Paracas for the night.
Some of the incredible Paracas skulls in the Ica Museum
August 9: Day 6/ Boat trip to see the huge Candelabra geoglyph and Ballestas Islands. The Candelabra was most likely created by the ancient Paracas culture as a navigational instrument. Then to the Paracas History Museum to get hands on study of the collection of 38 skulls, most of which are elongated. Also, Chongos graveyard, where there is an adobe pyramid, and where the most elongated skulls have been found. Drive to Lima, and overnight there.
The magnificent and enigmatic Candelabro of Paracas
August 10: Day 7/ Fly to Cusco, and overnight.
Cusco’s beautiful Plaza de Armas
August 11: Day 8/ Day tour of Cusco, including Elongated Skulls in the Inca Museum and the Coricancha Museum. Overnight Cusco.
August 12: Day 9/ Sachsayhuaman and other ancient sites in the vicinity above Cusco. Evidence of ancient sophisticated stone work going back perhaps 12,000 years or more. Overnight Cusco.
The megalithic master work of the main Sachsayhuaman wall
August 13: Day 10/ Andahuaylillas Museum, outside Cusco (1 hour drive) to visit the human/hybrid baby skeleton, and see the mountain where it was found, mysteriously called Wiracochan (where the creators descended.) We also visit the ancient Gate of the Sun, made long before the Inca existed.) Overnight Cusco.
The amazing “Huayqui” skeleton of Andahuaylillas
August 14: Day 11/ Drive to Ollantaytambo, stopping at the massive Moray amphitheater, and the amazing Naupa Huaca cave with megalithic interior. Ollantaytambo was also a burial place of Elongated Skulls. Overnight Ollantaytambo.
Part of the massive Ollantaytambo complex
August 15: Day 12/ Machu Picchu. What can one say? Perhaps the most beautiful and awe inspiring ancient site in all of the Americas. More evidence of the presence of Elongated Skulls. Overnight Ollantaytambo.
The magnificence of Machu Picchu
August 16: Day 13/ Return to Cusco for shopping and free time; fly back to Lima, then fly home.
August 16: Day 13/ Drive to Puno on Lake Titicaca and stay overnight. Along the way, we will stop at some ancient sites, including the Temple of Viracocha.
Temple of Viracocha complex
August 17: Day 14/ Visit the Amaru Muru “portal” doorway on the way to the Bolivian border. We cross over at Copacabana and get on a high speed hydrofoil, stopping at the Island of the Sun and Island of the Moon. Both have clear evidence of Inca and pre-Inca occupation. Then we travel by bus to La Paz, where we stay overnight.
Inca temple on the Island of the Moon
August 18: Day 15/ Spend the entire day at Puma Punku and Tiwanaku, sites conservatively dated at about 2,000 years old, but thought by others to be perhaps 15,000 or more. Newly excavated Elongated Skulls found and displayed on site. The best evidence that aliens perhaps made a very advanced stone construction in South America. Overnight La Paz.
Brien at the enigmatic Gate of the Sun
August 19: Day 16/ Witches market and museums in La Paz; the latter having yet even more Elongated Skulls. The so called Witches market is a wonderful place to buy handcrafts and alpaca wool clothing, and prices are about half as much as in Peru. Overnight La Paz.
August 20: Day 17/ Fly back to Lima.
12 day main tour: 2995 US Single supplement: 720 US
4 day Bolivia extension: 1149 US Single Supplement: 240 US
A 500 US deposit must be made to insure placement, per person via Paypal. Also, a 4% Paypal fee must be added to the 500 US deposit. Full payment may also be made via Paypal or bank transfer. Contact Brien for payment details and Paypal address at:
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