Saturday, 2 October 2010


Hi! I have a new website where all future posts will be made.

Please check it out:

It is much more interactive, and will be updated on a very regular basis.

Monday, 19 July 2010

The Royal Inca Road: Qhapaq Nan

Copies of My New Book: "A Brief History Of The Inca" are available at:

Brien's Inca Book

Saturday, 10 July 2010

The Inca Civil War Opens The Door For Pizarro

Hitching Posts Of The Sun : Not Only Found At Machu Picchu

Apu : Sacred Spirit Guardians Of The Andes

Sacred Valley Of The Inca : A Mirror Of Heaven

Sachsayhuaman : The Authentic Name Is Sachsa Uma

Machu Picchu : Older Than Most Scolars Will Admit

Inca : Royal Bloodline Of Divine Rulers

Inca : Children of the Tiwanaku Culture

The Face Of Viracocha At Ollantaytambo

Temple Of The Moon At Machu Pîcchu

Coricancha : Center Of The Inca World

Tuesday, 6 July 2010

How To Order My Book:

My book: A Brief History Of The Incas is now in print and available.

Please e-mail me to order:

Monday, 5 July 2010

The Inca bound their childrens' heads in order to increase their brain size, and to have them look like their ancestors.

Wednesday, 23 June 2010

The face of Viracochan at Ollantaytambo, Sacred Valley, Peru. Viracochan was a Christ-like teacher, who instructed the Inca on matters such as astronomy, agriculture, and how to treat one another in a respectful way.

Temple Of The Moon

Temple of the Moon, located 400 meters below the back side of Huayna Picchu mountain, on the back side of the Machu Picchu complex.

Tuesday, 22 June 2010

Coricancha: House Of The Sun

The Coricancha ( House Of The Sun ) was the epicenter of the Inca world, called the Tawaintisuyu ( the four corners of the world. ) It is located in the center of Cuzco, Peru.

Tuesday, 6 April 2010

A Short Video Of Inca Walls

This is a short video of me at Sachsahuaman ( Sachsa Uma ) outide of Cuzco.
These are some of the photos to be found in the book. There are several maps as well. For any visitor to Cuzco and Machu Picchu, this guide will well inform you!

Thursday, 25 March 2010

My Book: A Brief History Of The Incas: From Rise, Through Reign, To Ruin

I wrote this book because, as a student of indigenous cultures, and after several trips to Cusco and Lima looking for a nice pocket sized Inca historical guide at a reasonable price, finding nothing ( in english at least ) that "filled the bill" I wrote my own.

It covers, in 110 pages, the origins of the Inca, their culture and customs, and how a band of 150 Spanish soldiers of fortune were able to defeat a civilization whose standing army was greater than 100,000.

How was this possible? Well, you will have to read the book.

It is presently only available through me, the author. For information, please e-mail me at: