South America, Part 3: Cusco. A South American journey into the unexplored legends of lost cities and forgotten people. We follow the myths of the Inca and even those pre-dating the Inca. Cusco has a bloody history, one of conquering and greed. There are many stories that exist regarding elaborate tunnel systems running underneath, Read More
South America, Part 2: We enter into Peru via Lake Titicaca and go into the Sacred Valley. A South American journey into the unexplored legends of lost cities and forgotten people.
“The first men to be created and formed were called the Sorcerer of Fatal Laughter, the Sorcerer of Night, Unkempt, and the Black Sorcerer … They were endowed with intelligence, they succeeded in knowing all that there is in the world. When they looked, instantly they saw all that is around them, and they, Read More
Within the last few years an array of new research and data has begun to completely revolutionized the anthropological study of human migration into the Americas. My book, The Ancients: Investigations into the Lost Civilizations of Lemuria and Atlantis, after only a few short years after its publication, has already reached a point, Read More
Disclaimer: This research paper was originally presented to the San Jose State University Anthropology Department, in 2007. In retrospect, a few of my views on the various subjects/sources mentioned have changed since writing this. I do realize a lot is considered borderline pseudoscience and does make a few small connections which may or may not necessarily be there. The, Read More
Stories of mysterious little people exist virtually in every culture around the world. Some anthropologists believe that myths and legends regarding mysterious beings, such as trolls and gnomes, could date back to a time when there once existed various species of Homo. Homo floresiensis, for example, was found off an island in Indonesia whose remains showed an average height of only 3 and, Read More