Josh Sigurdson talks with author and researcher Brien Foerster of Hidden Inca Tours about many of the secrets we are not being told about lost ancient technology and the true age of ancient civilizations.
Starting with the Sphinx, the claim is that dynastic Egyptians carved the Sphinx to represent Pharaoh Khafre. The fact is there is zero evidence of this. The head of the Sphinx which loosely resembles the pharaoh is far newer than the actual body. In fact, the enclosure of the Sphinx has got very noticeable water erosion which couldn’t have happened from the little rain over the last thousands of years at the Giza Plateau. Rather, it would have had to happen in the time of the jungle and vast vegetation in the area 10-12 thousand years ago. This totally contradicts the official theories by mainstream archaeologists and Egyptologists regarding both ancient civilization as a whole and the Sphinx itself.
Many believe there was an ancient cataclysm that destroyed a far more advanced civilization which reverted people back to a more primitive nature. We can see evidence in Peru, Bolivia and places like Tanis, Egypt where it appears a plasma burst turned soil into powder and threw massive monoliths hundreds of yards, breaking them to pieces.
Brien goes into the absurd theory of the Great Pyramid of Giza and the other pyramids on the Giza Plateau being tombs, the evidence of the pyramids focusing electomagnetic energy, the incredible Tomb of Osiris which clearly indicates a vast tunnel system and the government’s refusal to allow further excavation and research.
Though, now that Zahi Hawass is no longer the Egyptian Antiquities Minister, there might be hope after all.
We then talk about Machu Picchu which is an excellent example of an ancient civilization mixed with a newer more primitive civilization. Many believe the Incas built Machu Picchu in its entirety, but by simply looking at the architecture, it makes little to no sense. With the massive, perfectly inter-locking bricks and stones at the site mixed with medieval, more sloppy brick work, it’s clear that the newer work at Machu Picchu is inferior to that of the original. It appears that the Incas actually found Machu Picchu and repaired some damage at the site.
It’s important that we question what our textbooks tell us. That is how we find the truth. When the scientific community refuses to acknowledge further findings because it contradicts their preconceived notions, we are moving nowhere, we are standing still and we are no friend of fact or research. We must test our theories, we must stand to be wrong, or we’ll never truly be right.
We appreciate the work of Brien Foerster and definitely recommend you all check out his YouTube channel as well as his site linked below. He also has many books which you can find on his site or on Amazon.