History

Thierry Jamin in front of the main wall of the petroglyphs of Pusharo Thierry Jamin in front of the main wall of the petroglyphs of Pusharo. (Photo: Thierry Jamin, August, 2006)

Since 1998, Thierry Jamin, French explorer, "Peruvian of heart", dedicates his searches to the permanent presence of the Incas in Amazonian forest of Peru. After several expeditions in the jungle of the Madre de Dios where he studies the site of the mysterious "pyramids" of Paratoari and that of the petroglyphs of Pusharo, he meets to Cusco, in August, 2005, a Peruvian, member of the National police force of Peru and specialist in rescue in high mountain within a unity of elite. Together, they organize various expeditions in the southeast of Peru.

The magnificent mirador of the fortress of Hualla Mocco, in the entrance of the valley of Lacco. The one thirty brought of light realized by Thierry Jamin and his team, officialized to the Ministry of Culture in 2010 The magnificent mirador of the fortress of Hualla Mocco, in the entrance of the valley of Lacco. The one thirty brought of light realized by Thierry Jamin and his team, officialized to the Ministry of Culture in 2010. (Photo: Thierry Jamin, in December, 2009)

After the creation, in September, 2009, of a first organization, Thierry and his companions leave studying the archeological area of Mameria, discovered in 1979 by Nicole and Herbert Cartagena, right in the heart of the National park of ManĂº (Madre de Dios). A few months later, they discover lost cities in the valleys of Lacco and Chunchusmayo. Curious stony roads inexorably seem to lead them northward, in the direction of the National Sanctuary of Megantoni, there where, according to the testimonies collected with Matsiguengas Natives, would hide somewhere mysterious monumental ruins from the looks of Machu Picchu...

One of our companions, Samuel, at the feet of a wall of concentration supporting an immense terrace of culture, situated in the valley of Cusirini, in the heart of the National park of Megantoni One of our companions, Samuel, at the feet of a wall of concentration supporting an immense terrace of culture, situated in the valley of Cusirini, in the heart of the National park of Megantoni. (Photo: Thierry Jamin, July, 2011)

Since 2011, it is to the National Sanctuary of Megantoni that Thierry Jamin and his group go henceforth. According to the French explorer, one of the biggest archaeological treasures of Peru and pre-Colombian America hides from it apparently : "All our last years of search, all the fabulous archaeological discoveries realized by my group, lead us irresistibly in this direction. We are already in the zone of exploration of the Gran Paititi. The main city is far necessarily more very. It is not more than a question of time, and of course energy and financing."

From right to left: the French explorer Thierry Jamin, the dynamics Catherine Guien, Mayor Assistant of Toulouse for the Culture, and Mister Pierre Cohen, Mayor of Toulouse, on the occasion of the festival NOVELA of 2009. The Municipality of Toulouse, the European technological capital, is partner expeditions of Thierry Jamin since 2009 ! From right to left: the French explorer Thierry Jamin, the dynamics Catherine Guien, Mayor Assistant of Toulouse for the Culture, and Mister Pierre Cohen, Mayor of Toulouse, on the occasion of the festival NOVELA of 2009. The Municipality of Toulouse, the European technological capital, is partner expeditions of Thierry Jamin since 2009 ! (Photo: Thierry Jamin, October, 2009)

The Inkari - Cusco Institute, relieved in Europe by the Association Inkari Europe, based in Toulouse (France E. U.), goshawk is a non-governmental organization of Peruvian law, established by about ten professionals, of whom revolve numerous partners avid to support the action of Thierry Jamin and his team.

The brought to light of the lost city of Paititi will be not only a major cultural event for the Peruvian national heritage and for the world heritage of the humanity, but it will constitute especially a major historic event for the inhabitants of Peru and the South American peoples. An event which they look forward since about five centuries : it is about the legend of Inkari...