Brien Foerster

foerster, b.Brien Foerster
(Expert, Inca and Pre-Incan Civilizations),
(Author, A Brief Introduction of the Inca),
(Elongated Skulls of Peru & Bolivia:
The Path of the Viracocha)
(Nazca: Decoding The Riddle Of The Lines)



3.4 – Aliens & Temples of Gold (8.18.11)
3.6 – Aliens & Ancient Engineers (9.1.11)
3.8 – Aliens & Lost Worlds (9.15.11)
3.14 – Aliens & the Undead (10.26.11)

4.6 – The Mystery of Puma Punku (3.16.12)

5.1 – Secrets of the Pyramids (12.21.12)
5.3 – Alien Power Plants (1.4.13)

7.5 – Secrets of the Mummies (11.28.14)

8.1 – Aliens BC (7.24.15)
8.5 – The Alien Evolution (8.21.15)

9.4 – The New Evidence (5.27.16)



Brien Foerster was born in Rochester, Minnesota, U.S.A. but grew up on the west coast of Canada. At age 11, he became fascinated with the art of the Haida and other native people, and began carving totem poles, and other related art forms, learning from Native teachers. After completing an Honours Bachelor Of Science degree, Brien decided to take up carving and sculpture full time at the age of 25. This included the creation of 15 full size totem poles, dugout canoes, masks, bowls, boxes and other Native style works.

In 1995 he moved to Maui, Hawaii, and was hired as assistant project manager for the building of the 62 foot double hull sailing canoe ( ancestor of the modern day catamaran ) Mo’okiha O Pi’ilani ( Sacred Lizard That Pierces The Heavens. ) This project lasted 2 years. Over the course of the next decade he explored Polynesia, looking for the source of the Polynesian people.

Peru became his next major area of interest. The study of the Inca culture led to his writing his first book, A Brief History Of The Incas. As of October 2014 he has written a total of 15 books. All of these books are about ancient mysteries.

He also writes articles for Graham Hancock:, and was associated with Lloyd Pye of the Starchild project, whose geneticist is analyzing the DNA of elongated human skulls of the Peruvian Paracas culture on his behalf.

He counts amongst his colleagues Stephen Mehler, author, archaeologist, ancient Egypt oral tradition specialist and expert on crystal skulls, Christopher Dunn, engineer and author of The Giza Power Plant, Dr. Robert Schoch, geologist and expert of ancient Egypt, Hugh Newman of Megalithomania, who he co-sponsors tours with, L.A. Marzulli, and many other well known “alternative” authors and researchers.

Brien has been on 9 episodes of Ancient Aliens, numerous radio shows, including Red Ice Creations, Coast To Coast Am, Jeff Rense, Project Camelot and a new US video series called Unsealed, as well as L.A. Marzulli’s The Watchers, episodes 6 and 8.

He has become an authority on the megalithic works of South America and the perplexing ancient Elongated Headed people of the area, and divides his time between Paracas Peru, and Cusco.

His explorations are now expanding into Egypt, which he visits once a year with Here, he along with Stephen Mehler and Patricia and Yousef Awyan are avidly continuing the work of Abd’El Hakim Awyan, who spent decades finding evidence of the existence of a highly technological culture that existed in Egypt thousands of years prior to the pharaohs. [1]


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A Brief History Of The Incas: From Rise, Through Reign, To Ruin

This book is an introduction to Inca history. I wrote it as a guide for travelers to Peru, and for other people interested in learning about the Inca, and the conquest by the Spanish. It is concise and to the point, with many maps and photos.


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Elongated Skulls Of Peru And Bolivia: The Path Of Viracocha

Cranial deformation of human skulls was a phenomenon that existed on all inhabited continents, and especially the case about 2000 years ago among the elite of societies. Nowhere was it more prevalent than it the countries now known as Peru and Bolivia. In this book the author shows how many ancient South American societies, such as the Inca had elongated heads, and that this cultural practice may be traced back to mysterious ancestors with very complex genetics origins.


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Nazca: Decoding The Riddle Of The Lines

The lines of Nazca, as well as the animal and plant geoglyphs located on the vast flat expanse in southern Peru south of Lima have perplexed researchers since their rediscovery in the early 20th century. The theories as to what they represent vary from landing strips made for or by extraterrestrials to maps charting the movement of underground water. This book, by Peruvian resident and author Brien Foerster, who has lived in the Nazca area and is an expert on pre-Colombian Peru sets to solve the mystery once and for all. Using logic, archaeology, anthropology and Native oral traditions, he sets the stage for who made the Nazca features, when and why.


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Aftershock: The Ancient Cataclysm That Erased Human History

There is mounting scientific evidence that our planet was struck by a devastating cataclysm about 12,000 years ago. Global sea levels, as the result of rapidly melting polar ice rose by more than 300 feet in a very short period of time, causing the planet to become unstable. In Egypt, Peru, Bolivia, Lebanon and other locations we see the existence of ancient damaged but very sophisticated megalithic stone structures which we would be hard pressed to re-create today. They hint that once upon a time one or “Atlantean” civilizations indeed did exist


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Lost Ancient Technology Of Peru And Bolivia

Peru and Bolivia have become very popular tourist destinations because, mainly, of the amazing stone remains left behind by cultures such as the Inca. Machu Picchu is the number one popular site for travelers to South America, yet how many of these visitors realize that many of the famous, and less known megalithic sites are much older than cultures such as the Inca and thus were not made by them! In this book, Brien Foerster shows you that places such as Cusco, Puma Punku, Tiwanaku and even Machu Picchu were initially constructed thousands of years before the Inca or other famous people existed. Mounting scientific evidence shows that prior to the end of the Ice Age, 12,000 years ago, very advanced cultures existed in Peru and Bolivia, and had advanced high technology. They shaped stone in ways that we can not…


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Lost Ancient Technology Of Egypt

The history of Egypt is of course a rich one dating back at least 5000 years to the first of the Pharaohs who created what was to be remembered through their works and deeds, especially in stone. Among their most famous achievements are the Great Pyramids of the Giza Plateau and the Sphinx. However, what if evidence strongly suggests that some of these great works were in fact created thousands of years before the dynastic Egyptians, and that the Pharaohs simply inherited and renamed them? This book is a journey from the southern most area of Egypt all the way to the Giza Plateau. Along the way many stone structures were examined that appeared to have been at least partially created using advanced technologies that the Pharaohs simply did not have; technologies that in some cases appear superior to our own. Geologists, stone masons, engineers and other professionals were consulted in order to create this work, along with experts on the oral traditions of this extremely ancient land, and the results will surprise you. Clearly there was a civilization before the Pharaohs who had advanced technologies, and these people were called the Khemitians.


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The Enigma of Cranial Deformation: Elongated Skulls of the Ancients

Popular Lost Cities author Childress tackles the enigma of worldwide cranial deformation along with Canadian-Peruvian anthropologist Foerster. In a book filled with over a hundred astonishing photos and a color photo section, Childress and Foerster take us to Peru, Bolivia, Egypt, Malta, China, Mexico and other places in search of strange elongated skulls and other cranial deformation. The puzzle of why diverse ancient people―even on remote Pacific Islands―would use head-binding to create elongated heads is mystifying. Where did they even get this idea? Did some people naturally look this way―with long narrow heads? Were they some sort of elite race that roamed the entire planet? Why do anthropologists rarely talk about cranial deformation and know so little about it? As incredible as it seems, Childress and Foerster discover that cranial deformation was practiced on nearly every continent by special groups who believed they were imitating their highly advanced ancestors. This is a mind-blowing trip into the strange past of humans on planet earth.


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Machu Picchu: Virtual Guide And Secrets Revealed

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 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. These photos show you the difference between Inca period construction and the mysterious megalithic cultures that preceded the Inca.


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Akhenaten: The Heretic Pharaoh

Perhaps the most intriguing of ancient Egypt’s rulers, Akhenaten is in many ways also the most mysterious. Loved by those that followed him, and his wife Nefertiti, he was hated by the Amun priesthood, who before and during his childhood held the reigns of power in Egypt. He not only changed his name from Amenhotep to Akhenaten, but also moved the capital from Thebes to his new city of Akhetaten, as well as changing the belief system from poly to monotheism. Learn more about him in this book.


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The Enigma Of Tiwanaku And Puma Punku; A Visitors Guide

Of the megalithic ruins of the world, one that still stupefies visitors to South America; researchers and laymen alike, is the complex of Tiwanaku, also called Tiahuanaco in Bolivia. The most mysterious part of this archaeological site for many is Puma Punku, a cluster of shattered hard stone building block components that lie undisturbed in the high altitude grasslands near Lake Titicaca. This book looks at solving the riddles of who made Tiwanaku and Puma Punku, when, and how.


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Inca Footprints: Walking Tours Of Cusco And The Sacred Valley Of Peru

I wrote this book after 5 years of research living in Cusco and the Sacred Valley. It covers all of the important Inca sites, as well as those that are far older than the Inca, but are attributed to them by most academics. It is a virtual guide of sorts; there are so many photos in it that the reader need never physically visit the sites, and if you do, will find them easily. There is much more to Cusco than Machu Picchu, which is also described thoroughly here.


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Beyond Machu Picchu: The Other Megalithic Monuments Of Ancient Peru

Most visitors to Peru of course visit Machu Picchu, but many are unaware of the fact the there are many amazing megaliths and other ancient sites besides the beautiful ones near Cusco.

I have documented all of the major megaliths and ancient sites in Peru, and suggested routes on how to get from one to another easily. This is a virtual guide with many photos and descriptions of the history of each place, and what to look for. Recently updated with more photos by the author’s own experiences at these amazing, and sometimes seldom seen wonders.


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Gringo Guide: Machu Picchu And Cusco

Most visitors to Peru visit Cusco and Machu Picchu, but how many know that they can travel around the area without the need for a tour guide, or the ability to speak Spanish? This book gives many helpful tips on how to plan your trip, what to take with you, and how to travel by yourself with ease. Also, insights into the true age of the most mysterious structures in Cusco and Machu Picchu are revealed; they predate the Inca by thousands of years! You will be guided virtually through all of the famous, and some lesser known sites, and will learn things that most Cusco tour guides know nothing about!


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Easter Island Guide For Inquisitive Minds

Easter Island is one of the remotest populated islands on earth. It is most famous for the 900 or more huge stone heads called Moai which are only found here. But did you know that each of these Moai are in fact complete bodies, often buried up to their necks? The enigma surrounding these statues, as well as other features on the island is that there appear to have been two distinct populations in the distant past. One, which were and are the Polynesian people, and a mysterious race called the Long Ears who perhaps were the first inhabitants and possibly the makers of the largest of the Moai. This book endeavors, through scientific study and oral traditions, to shed light on the enigmatic history of Easter Island for those who plan to visit, and for those that never will. Is there evidence that South Americans visited and lived on Easter Island hundreds or even thousands of years before the first arrival of Europeans in the 18th century? Why were all of the trees cut down? For answers to these and many other questions, I invite to purchase and read this book.


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Inca: Before The Conquest

In my first book: “A Brief History Of The Incas: From Rise, Through Reign To Ruin” I covered the origin and history of the Inca up until and including their overthrow by the Spanish Conquistadors. In this book, I am stressing the birth of the Inca nation, and their rise from first establishing Cuzco as their center, through the expansion to become the largest civilization in the Americas, and then the “civil war” which made the plunder by the Spanish quite simple.


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Crimson Horizon: The Ancient Red Haired Sea Kings Of The Pacific

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 anthropology strongly insist that they exclusively came from 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.


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Plumed Serpent: Ancient Bearded Gods Of The Americas

In many South and Central American countries, as well as Mexico, their are oral traditions of a great teacher or teachers that had light skin, full beards and likely arrived at about 100 AD. This teacher or teachers taught the local people about advanced agriculture, astronomy, metallurgy and other arts and sciences. Most stories state that this visitor or visitors arrived from the east. This book seeks to see if all of these stories are describing the same person or persons.


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Legacy: Vintage Photos Of Ancient Egypt

Millions of visitors flock to Egypt each year to explore the wonders of this ancient land. What most do not realize is that since their creation, many of the great temples and statues were damaged, and in many cases destroyed by forces from without and within; sometimes by invading armies, or in other cases by pharaohs that wanted to eradicate their predecessors’ achievements. Most of the photos in this book were taken about 100 years ago, prior to what we term Egyptology. This book is a testament to those Egyptian, and foreign experts, as well as workers who have restored what they could of the ancient sites, for us to enjoy and learn from today. Come glimpse back into time. Also, this book is a good guide for those that want to learn about, and/or travel to Egypt and learn in a concise way the history of this ancient land of wonders.


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Hawaii: From Origins To The End Of The Monarchy

I wrote this book because I could not find a good guide in Hawaii or anywhere else that told the story of the origins, culture and customs of the Hawaiians prior to the arrival of Captain Cook. I spent 2 years on Maui involved in the creation of a 62 foot Hawaiian voyaging sailing canoe, and learned many things about the Hawaiians during that time. The vast majority of books written about Hawaii focus on the time period after Captain James Cook’s arrival in the 18th century, missing out on several hundred, if not thousands of years of the Hawaiians’ lives and cultural prior to that. Where did they come from? How did they get there? Was there one migration from a homeland? Or many? What is a Kahuna? This book tries to answer these questions and many, many more. Including, was Captain James Cook actually sent to look for Atlantis?




Who were they?… Why did they come?… What did they leave behind?… Where did they go?… Will they return?…

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