Chronicles of Peru's Cloud People: Alien Migrations to the Americas

Overview

This book has several intertwined themes:
? Alien migrations to the Americas, other than the "Alaska Land Bridge"
? The mysterious Chachapoyan Cloud People and their domain
? Historical background of Peru's cultures and evolution
? Polynesian influence on Peru's cultures
? Unfolding discoveries in this ...
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Overview

This book has several intertwined themes:
• Alien migrations to the Americas, other than the "Alaska Land Bridge"
• The mysterious Chachapoyan Cloud People and their domain
• Historical background of Peru's cultures and evolution
• Polynesian influence on Peru's cultures
• Unfolding discoveries in this newly accessible Dept. of Amazonas

This gigantic part of Peru north of Lima gets less than 3% of the gringos in its northern half. With its recent access it has the most unfolding discoveries, despite being overlooked by professionals. These include a waterfall about 3 times as high as the Eiffel Tower discovered in 2007, many ongoing mummy discoveries, "lost fortified stone wall villages" proliferating the mountain tops, medical plants, ancient Fortress Kuelap, the largest building structure of the Americas. exotic endangered species and the only untouched truly pristine jungle and natives of Peru.

The author, Charles Motley recognized it to be the best combination ecological and archaeological zone of the America when he went there 25 years ago, even before it was accessible to tourists. He built lodges for the villages near the best ruins to give them an incentive to protect this pristine environment. His non-profit volunteer project now is building "the world's best ecological trek" on a sheer cliff ledge, passing 7 gigantic waterfalls, 4 higher than any of the continental USA, containing 5 of the world's most exotic endangered species.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781475129519
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 4/9/2012
  • Pages: 110
  • Product dimensions: 8.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.29 (d)

Meet the Author

Charles Motley has been building lodges for villages near the best ruins in this remote northern Peru zone for 25 years. He was one of the first visitors to this zone, even before it was accessible to the public. His goal was to create a sustainable tourist infrastructure to give the natives and incentive to protect their archaeology and ecology. When the Yumbilla waterfall was discovered in 2007 that was about 3 times as high as the Eiffel Tower, the village came to him to build an eco-trek to protect this ecology.

Born in Virginia, he stays 3 months each year with his volunteer program in the Dept. of Amazonas. He lived in New Zealand and studied Polynesian migration and realized the correlation between Peru's and Mexico's gods that came from the Pacific to rule over those cultures. This is a non-fiction book that supports his theory about how Polynesian migrations to Peru affected their cultures before and after the "Alaskan Land Bridge". Native legends that these "Gods from the Pacific" would return in time of need, assisted the Spanish conquest. This little known zone is Americas' best combination of archaeology AND ecology.

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