Explore the ruins of the most highly developed civilization in the jungles of Mexico and Central America that mysteriously collapsed more than a thousand years ago. You'll hear the startling story of the kingdom's downfall and witness ancient rituals re-enacted on sites where they originally occurred.


A set of inscribed panels carved by the ancient Maya people of Central America inspired Dr Neil Brodie of Cambridge University, an expert on the looting of archaeological treasures, and Mayanist Simone Clifford-Jaegar, to mount an expedition to the jungles of Guatemala. Their mission – to find the lost city from which the stone panels came. Archaeologists have been searching for the mysterious place known as Site Q since the 1960s without success. Quest For The Lost City travels down the Usumacinta River, a site well-travelled by experts; and then deep into the jungle where the explorers find a recently discovered ‘lost city’. Here, the mystery of Site Q takes a surprising and revelatory new turn thanks to a sporting hero named ‘Red Turkey’, a map showing two stones in the jungle clearing, and a Museum Director in Maine...



National Geographic Documentary, 2015 - The Lost World of Atlantis.


Graham Hancock on recent archaeological breakthroughs. Graham Hancock is a British writer and journalist who specialises in theories involving ancient civilisations, stone monuments or megaliths, altered states of consciousness, ancient myths and astronomical/astrological data from the past.


Filmed in New York, December 2016. Additional camera by Bill Cote.


Peru Lost Ancient High Technology: Machu Picchu And Ollantaytambo.


This video of a walking tour through Cusco shows you obvious differences between what the Inca could have built, and what preceded them.


Clearly there were master stone builders before the Inca arrived in Cusco Peru 1000 years ago.


This is exclusive quadcopter footage of flying over the ancient Bolivian sites of Tiwanaku and Puma Punku.


Re-Dating Puma Punku and Tiwanaku With Geologist Dr. Robert Schoch of Boston University.