Anselm Pi Rambla

Born in Catalonia (Spain), founder and president of the international MAQMA society, he studied at the Faculty of Political and Economic Sciences in Barcelona.

Researcher, explorer, historian and humanist, he has specialized for many years in ancient symbology and in Eastern, Indo-European and pre-Columbian cultures, carrying out numerous studies and works in various areas of science such as archaeology, anthropology and ecology, covering unknown aspects of our evolution and history that have remained hidden throughout the centuries.

At the age of 30, he came into contact with Tibetan Lamaism through one of its most important teachers, Kalou Kempo Rimpoche, one of the few people who knew the teachings of Kalachakra. In the Monastery of Sonada (Darjeeling, India) he deepens his knowledge of Tibetan Buddhism and its secret symbology.

In 1982, after his experience in India, he bought a 17-meter-long sailboat made in the shipyards of Auray (Morbihan, France) and formed a multidisciplinary research and exploration team, called BOHIC RUZ, with the objective of studying and researching the most unfathomable mysteries of our past. Making various expeditions and explorations throughout Asia, Europe, America and Oceania as well as important voyages in the Mediterranean Sea, Atlantic Ocean, Caribbean Sea and Pacific Ocean, he has collected a lot of data that will provide a new vision into the history of ancient civilizations.

He carries out archaeological and anthropological work with the Peruvian Government, rescuing important remains for the Cultural Heritage of the Peruvian Nation.

His latest project "THE SECRET OF THE ANDES” tries to solve what is hidden inside the Andean mountain range.



Bohic Ruz Team

BOHIC RUZ TEAM was founded in 1982 by Anselm Pi Rambla, with the aim of investigating and exploring the most unknown aspects of the ancient civilizations.

Most of its activities are developed mainly in the areas of archeology, anthropology and environment sciences, working in the preservation of wildlife and its natural habitats.

All of its members are experts in different disciplines: history, archaeology, underwater archaeology, anthropology, ancient architecture, archaeoastronomy, exploration & expeditions, teledetection systems, image and specialist in wildlife, among others.

RESEARCH & EXPLORATION

Archaeology · Anthropology
Ancient Cultures · Wildlife Preserve

PORTFOLIO

  • Koricancha Project, excavations in the Temple of the Sun of the Incas (Cusco, Peru)
  • Saqsaywaman Project, excavations in the Chinkana Grande (Cusco, Peru)
  • Candelabro of Paracas, archaeological research, studies of its symbolism, archaeoastronomy and interpretation works (Peru)
  • Nazca Lines, study and filming of the Lines. Archaeoastronomy and interpretation works (Peru)
  • Machu Picchu, investigation and filming of the citadel. Archaeoastronomy and interpretation work at the Intiwatana
  • Ollantaytambo, study and filming of the ruins (Peru)
  • Tayos Caves, exploration and analysis of caves (Ecuador)
  • Chullpas of Sillustani, investigation and filming of the Chullpas (Titicaca)
  • Tiahuanaco, archaeoastronomy studies and filming of the ruins (Bolivia)
  • Palenque & Chitzén Itzá, investigation and filming of the ruins (Mexico)
  • Atacama Desert, research on petroglyphs and their symbols (Chile)
  • Pascua Island, Moais study (Chile)
  • Research Unknown Codex Maya Discovered
  • Hopi Indians Study - Indian Reservation (Arizona, USA)
  • Study on Tibetan Lamaism with the spiritual leader, Kalou Kempo Rimpoche, main teacher of the Kagyupa lamaistic line (Darjeeling, India)
  • Contact and study with an Amazonian tribe in the wild: The Mashcopiros - Amazon Rainforest (Alto Madre de Dios, Peru)
  • Environmental impact studies in the Manu Reserve (Peru) with the collaboration of the North American biologist Dra. Jane Stern from the department of zoology at the University of California (Davis) and professor of Biology at Berkeley (USA)
  • Investigation of the Uros Indians and communities of the islands of Taquile and Amantaní (Lake Titicaca, Peru)
  • Investigation of the Quero community (Paucartambo, Peru)
  • Migratory Birds (Paracas National Reserve, Peru) - study and analysis of the problem of the Niño Current, affecting thousands of migratory and native birds in collaboration with the World Wildlife Fund of Peru (Prodena)
  • Protection of Vicuñas from extinction by poachers with Dr. Felipe Benavides, president of the World Wildlife Fund of Peru (Pampa Galeras National Reserve)
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