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 Native art of the Haida 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.
Brien Foerster has also worked on the creation of 13 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. There, having learned how to make Hawaiian outrigger canoe paddles from master carver Keola Sequiera, 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, which is available on his website, www.hiddenincatours.com. As of January 2013 he has written a total of 12 books.
He also writes articles for Graham Hancock , and is associated with Lloyd Pye of the Starchild project, who is analyzing the DNA of elongated human skulls of the Peruvian Paracas culture on his behalf. The preliminary results of this have been included in the recently published book that Brien co-authored with David Hatcher Childress, The Enigma Of Cranial Deformation: Elongated Skulls Of The Ancients. It is available through Adventures Unlimited Press .
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, and many other well known “alternative” authors and researchers.
You can even go on tour with Brien Foerster and be apart of this Amazing Research. Brien says what sets Hidden Inca Tours apart from the others is that they work with leading experts, geologists, engineers, and the holders of oral traditions to investigate ancient megalithic sites without bias. Joining one of our tours feels more like participation in an informal research expedition than a typical tourist experience.
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