Pi Rambla talks about the megalithic constructions of Saqsaywaman and its labyrinths.
New discoveries 2022-2023 .. soon !!
analysis of unknown codex maya Florida (USA)
Bohic Ruz Explorer Team Paracas (Peru)
Remote Sensing with Drone advanced technology
Without the members of the Bohic Ruz Team it would be impossible to achieve the results obtained.
It´s a pleasure to work with the Bohic Ruz exploration team on the most risky expeditions
Maritime exploration works on the Peruvian Pacific Ocean coast on the investigation of Asian transpacific voyages in antiquity
Anselm Pi Rambla and his Bohic Ruz Team will carry out underwater surveys in the Pisco-Paracas area in order to locate archaeological remains of the millenary maritime activity in this important area of the Pacific Ocean.
We have important evidences that this western coast of South America was a maritime zone of important transpacific landings more than 3000 years old.
These investigations are supported by the latest advances in cartography on the ancient works of Ptolemy, Marino de Tiro, Henricus Martellus together with the works of professor Paul Gallez and Dr. Dick Ibarro Grasso.
The Community of Queros is located in the multi-use area of the Manu Biosphere Reserve, in the district of Kosñipata, province of Paucartambo, department of Cusco, Peru. The residents of Queros are Wachiperi, of the Harakmbut family, a group of people that has been greatly reduced in size. The Wachiperi have lived in this area for more than a thousand years, conducting commercial trade with the Incas and establishing peaceful alliances with the Matsiguenga and the Amarakaeri of the region. In the middle of the twentieth century, a group of missionaries brought the Wachiperi together, causing a small pox epidemic that killed approximately 65% of the population (Pinasco 2002). In 2004, the population of the native community of Queros was approximately 36 people, a very small number, which was due primarily to the increasing number of families that abandoned the area in previous years.