Top 10 Megalithic Marvels at Ollantaytambo

#1 Toppled Megalithic Blocks  As you enter Ollantaytambo, one of the first things you notice is this graveyard of toppled megalithic blocks displayed near the entrance. Some of these blocks resemble those seen at Puma Punku in Bolivia  #2 Trapezoidal Fountains  Ollantaytambo features a couple of these incredible looking trapezoidal fountains. The Inca were expertsContinue reading “Top 10 Megalithic Marvels at Ollantaytambo”

Must See Megaliths 9.18

Subscribe via email so that you never miss a post Part 1 Part 2 Yaxha is a Mesoamerican archaeological site in the northeast of the Petén Basin region of Guatemala. Saqsaywaman: remnants of a megalithic fortress constructed with a technology that our greatest modern engineering cannot replicate today. The largest stones weighing approx 125 tonsContinue reading “Must See Megaliths 9.18”

Must See Megaliths 8.18

Subscribe via email so that you never miss a post Enjoy this photographic journey of megalithic structures found all over the world, many of which are precision cut and mortarless. Who were these ancient builders that seem to have possessed an advanced lost technology?  Read the ground-breaking investigative series “Easter Island” Part 1: The Long-Ears,Continue reading “Must See Megaliths 8.18”

L.A. MARZULLI: Giants, Mound Builders & the Elongated Paracas Skulls

Subscribe via email so that you never miss a post In this exclusive Megalithic Marvels interview, host Dee Olson interviews researcher, lecturer and author L.A. Marzulli on the following topics… L.A.’s theory as to how the ancient giants of the Middle-East may have migrated across the Atlantic and  Pacific to settle in the New World L.A.’sContinue reading “L.A. MARZULLI: Giants, Mound Builders & the Elongated Paracas Skulls”

Temple of the Condor: Journey through Megalithic Ollantaytambo [Part 2]

A Megalithic Marvels Special Video Series To view part 1 of this video series, click HERE In part 1 of this series I shared how the sheer size and scale of Ollantaytambo is overwhelming to behold. As you enter this archaeological site and begin to follow the stream along the ground level to the rightContinue reading “Temple of the Condor: Journey through Megalithic Ollantaytambo [Part 2]”

Journey through Megalithic Ollantaytambo [Part 1]

A Megalithic Marvels Special Video Series Located in the Sacred Valley, Ollantaytambo is one of Peru’s largest archeological sites. As you first approach this ancient site, you become immediately overwhelmed with its larger than life scale that sweeps all the way up a mountainside. While the 700+ year old Inca construction made of rough stone andContinue reading “Journey through Megalithic Ollantaytambo [Part 1]”

Journey to the Megalithic Mountain Fortress of Pisaq

SUBSCRIBE VIA EMAIL SO THAT YOU NEVER MISS A POST (Initial video commentary by Brien Foerster) Located about an hour northeast of Cusco on the edge of the Amazon rainforest, this enormous archeological site offers some of the most astounding views to the adventure seekers who migrate here for a visit. Heavily fortified, Pisaq was constructed atContinue reading “Journey to the Megalithic Mountain Fortress of Pisaq”

GARY WAYNE: Giants of Genesis & the Nephilim Wars

Subscribe via email so that you never miss a post  In this exclusive Megalithic Marvels interview, host Dee Olson interviews the author of the “Genesis 6 Conspiracy” Gary Wayne who goes in-depth on the following topics… • The Origin of Ancient Giants • The Physiology of Giants • The Serpentine Features of Giants • Giants,Continue reading “GARY WAYNE: Giants of Genesis & the Nephilim Wars”

18 Researchers to Follow in 2018

When it comes to such topics as prehistory, megaliths, lost technology, giants of antiquity, elongated skulls, ancient civilizations and the like – follow these researchers in 2018. (In Random Order) #1. BRIEN FOERSTER – Biologist, Author of “Lost Ancient Technology Of Peru And Bolivia” among others, Tour Host of “HiddenIncaTours.com” and Explorer famous for his videosContinue reading “18 Researchers to Follow in 2018”