Maritime exploration works in the Paracas Reserve
ARCHAEOLOGICAL INVESTIGATION OF INCA & PREINCA RUINS WITH GPR + DRONE INTEGRATED SYSTEM
Anselm Pi Rambla with his Exploration Team investigating in the area of Pisco-Paracas Inca and pre-Inca archaeological zones with the latest technology in remote sensing existing today
NEXT MARITIME EXPLORATION WORKS ON THE COAST OF THE PERUVIAN PACIFIC OCEAN
Anselm Pi Rambla and his 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.
Anselm Pi Rambla, expert in ancient symbology and specialist in Oriental and pre-Columbian cultures, has been able to decipher the mysterious sign of the Peruvian coast, located in the Bay of Paracas, about 300 km south of Lima, so-called by the natives the Candelabro of Paracas.
After several years of patient research, Pi Rambla has unraveled the meaning of the famous geoglyphic, also called the Trident of Paracas, achieving what so many specialists have tried for decades.