Journey from the banks of a prolific gold bearing river named Hell to a century-old, last will and testament whose riddle led the Catholic Church and British and Colombian explorers to an uncharted area of Ecuador in a futile search for high-grade emeralds. EXPEDITIONS propels you on a thrilling journey into Lee Elders' search for this treasure and the world of the Untsuri Shuara, the headhunters of the Western Amazon.
In the mid-sixties, the adventure of discovery was the enticement that drew Lee to this wild lawless land; the super natural world of the Shuara that live in a mystical realm of ayahuasca-induced visions where the ethereal world is encased within our third dimensional reality.
Lee's search for the Green Fire spanned years that were filled with insurmountable odds. Unpredictable weather, raging rivers, precarious jungle trails and dangerous predators proved formidable opponents, but those and other perilous obstacles didn't deter him.
However strange or incredible some of the incidents may seem this is a true story.
|Publisher:||Wakani North LLC|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.79(d)|
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Just finished reading Lee's new book, 'Expeditions', which simply overflows with non-stop adventure wrapped in breath-taking moments. It is so excellently written - especially with the important details of emotion - that it seems to pull the reader right in to the adventure and 'YOU' are there! A couple of times I actually had to remind myself not to hold my breath as that it was okay to exhale. However I think that it could truly be said that "Expedition" takes you on wonderful adventure where the reader experiences the danger that was as close as one breath, lurking all around. My enthusiastic good wishes and congratulations! I highly recommend this to everyone. Devra
This story is amazing. It was better than Indiana Jones because this guy is real. I got so many visuals from this book, it was like I was in the story. A true sign of greatness is that I could barely put the book down--I never do that with books. When I couldn't read it, I was always left wondering in the back of my mind about what would happen next. Hell of a read.