JAN PETER DE JONG received his degree in Agronomy at Wageningen University, Netherlands. In 1987 he visited Peru and was impressed with the country, especially Cuzco and it’s surroundings. From 1991 till 1994 he worked in Ecuador in an irrigation project high in the Andes. When he left Ecuador, Jan moved to Cuzco and began a business in tourism, managing a pub, restaurant and travel agency. There he met the extraordinary Alfredo Gamarra and heard about his theory. His son Jesus Gamarra asked him to make a documentary in memory of his father presenting this theory, which explains the legacy of the ancient Incas in relation to other sacred places on Earth and to Egypt. Jan became passionate about the sites and the significance of different architectural styles and the phenomena that can be observed. He concluded that official archaeology might be completely wrong and that many things in the human and planetary history seem to be the other way round. He started to realize that the truth is possibly far beyond the imagination of most of humanity. He is now convinced we need a paradigm change. Paradigms that would need a change are many. Just to mention a few: Darwinism and evolution theory, geology, human history, cosmology. Jan’s website is www.ancient-mysteries-explained.com.