David Hatcher Childress is the author of 15 books, including The Lost Cities Series. He has appeared in numerous documentaries about Atlantis, ancient mysteries and UFOs. David has been on expeditions around the world, beginning at the age of 19, in search for lost cities, ancient mysteries and clues of our origins. At 11 years of age Brien Foerster became fascinated with the Native art of the Haida native people and began carving totem poles, and other related art forms. He completed an Honours Bachelor Of Science degree, but decided to take up carving and sculpture full time. After working in Hawaii as assistant project manager for the building of a 62 foot double hull sailing canoe, he started an online outrigger paddle business, which flourished internationally. Peru became his next major area of interest. The study of the Inca culture led to his writing a book, A Brief History Of The Incas and he runs Hidden Inca Tours in Peru. David and Brien join us for an interview to talk about their co-authored book about the phenomenon of cranial elongation. The Inca may have been the last people in South America to exhibit this characteristic. Cranial elongation was global in scope, and seemed to occur over at least 2 time periods; the greater number were bound skulls of the priestly and regal class or classes, wanting their children to “look like the ancestors and have their intelligence and psychic power.” The older ones, mainly in Peru, were the ancestors.

Links & Sources to the program
adventuresunlimitedpress.com

hiddenincatours.com

wexclub.com

Brien
Foerste’s YouTube Channel

Strange Elongated Skulls Discovered (Video)

The Mystery of Malta’s Long-Headed Skulls

New
archaeological findings on political power in Peru

Discovery could bring Peru’s ‘cloud warriors’ to earth

600
Year Old Amazon Mummies of the Chachapoyas Caught In Terror

Tiwanaku cubits and measuring units

Spanish conquest of the Inca Empire

Gate of
the Sun

Pumapunku

Sacsayhuamán

Cusco

Tiwanaku

Teotihuacan

Lake
Titicaca

Chachapoyas culture

Wari
culture

Olmec

Francisco Pizarro

 

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