Hawaii… The majority of books written about Hawaii, in my experience, contain little information about the Hawaiians themselves, and especially about their history prior to the arrival of... More > Captain James Cook. I lived in Hawaii, and learned the oral traditions from the Hawaiians themselves. Two major waves of migration occurred there, separated by more than 1000 years. And it was the interaction, battles, and melding of these two peoples that make up who the Hawaiians were to become. Where did the Hawaiians come from? What is a Kahuna? Who were the Hawaiian monarchs? And how did the US “acquire” this chain of islands? This book answers these questions, and many more.< Less
Among the least understood of ancient megalithic sites in South America is Tiwanaku, located about 12,500 feet in elevation near Lake Titicaca, Bolivia. And even less is known about Puma Punku, which... More > is in fact part of the Tiwanaku complex, and displays levels of stone shaping craftsmanship that can barely be recreated today. Who built these amazing places, when, and why? Brien was featured in an hour long special on Ancient Aliens TV, season 4 discussing both places…or are they one and the same?< Less
The people of the Pacific known by most as “Polynesians” remain a mystery to scholars and the public alike as to their origins. While most academics in the fields of archaeology and... More > anthropology strongly insist that they exclusively came from
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south east Asia, other researchers, and the oral traditions of the people themselves often differ with this opinion.
The presence of red hair, called “Ehu” in Hawaii and “Uru Kehu” in some of the ancient and present populations suggest connections, in the distant past, with sea farers from coastal Peru, especially the Paracas, to account for this.
The famous explorer Thor Heyerdahl was insistent that there were ancient connections between Peru and the Pacific Islands, and this book attempts to solve this riddle, without delving into Celtic or other possible European ancestry. Come explore the possibilities through science, wind directions, sea currents, sculpture, and oral traditions.< Less
Machu Picchu is the most famous stone complex in all of South America, and is visited by 2000 tourists a day. This fabled "Lost City" was created by the Inca, and was never discovered by... More > the Spanish conquistadors. However, not all of it was made by the Inca. There are 3 major stone temples that pre-date the Inca by several thousand years!
Professional tour guide Brien Foerster wrote this book so that the visitor, and arm chair explorer can read about this special place in a virtual tour format; many photos are included in this book, and it starts at the entrance gate, and then takes the reader on a complete visit of all of the amazing wonders of this masterpiece of architecture. Who made it? When? And what was its function? This book answers all of this and more.
It has recently been updated with photos from 1911 to 1913, when Machu Picchu was discovered and first excavated.< Less
Inca Footprints: I wrote this book as the result of not finding anything similar to it in Cusco, or anywhere. Cusco and the Sacred Valley are full of ancient megalithic stone remains and structures,... More > many of which are far older than the Inca, and this fact is not explained, and in fact not known by many of the guides and tour companies there. This book is the result of 5 years of on the ground research by me, Brien Foerster, and contains so many photos, that the book acts as a virtual tour of the whole area.< Less
A guide to Cusco and Machu Pic’chu; strategic tips on how to prepare for a trip to Peru, and how to get around, economically, without the need of tour guides or the ability to speak Spanish. I... More > have also included insights into the true ages of the megalithic structures of the Cusco area, including Machu Picchu. Many of them are far older than the Inca…< Less
Ancient Peru and Bolivia, like Egypt, contain enigmas and mysteries, especially in stone which most conventional scholarship can`t explain. Rather than simply being the exclusively the works of... More > cultures such as the Inca, there are many megalithic wonders which defy both the conventional time lines and known levels of technology attributed to the ancient people of South America. The most glaring example is most likely Puma Punku, near the shore of Lake Titicaca in Bolivia, which hints at not only being several thousand years old, but also seems to have been achieved using what we would call high level machine technology.
There are also many sites in Peru, and especially near the city of Cusco that also show the hall marks of having been made by cultures using technology supposedly not known by cultures such as the Inca.
A massive collection of photographic and and detailed analysis is contained in this book, as well as on site observations by leading engineers.< Less