Explorer, researcher, historian, and humanist, born in Barcelona (Spain) in 1950. He pursued his studies at the Faculty of Political and Economic Sciences in Barcelona, and later delved into what would become his true passion: the research and exploration of ancient and vanished cultures and civilizations. A great scholar of Eastern and Indo-European philosophies and cultures, he conducted extensive studies for many years in semiotics, mythology, metaphysics, and comparative religions. In 1982, he acquired a 17-meter long sailboat manufactured in the shipyards of Auray (Morbihan, France), named "BOHIC RUZ", and decided to form a multidisciplinary team of researchers and explorers with the goal of studying and investigating the most unfathomable mysteries of our past. His exploratory journeys took him from Europe to America, undertaking various voyages across the Mediterranean Sea, Atlantic Ocean, Caribbean Sea, and Pacific Ocean, until reaching the shores of Peru, gathering a wealth of data that provided him with a new perspective on the history of ancient American civilizations. Impressed by the pre-Columbian cultures, he dedicated himself to their study for over 40 years, conducting exhaustive research and explorations in Tiahuanaco, the Atacama Desert, Nazca, Paracas, Cusco, Ollantaytambo, Machu Picchu, and the Amazon Rainforest. In collaboration with the Peruvian government, he carried out important archaeological excavations in the Temple of the Sun of the Incas (Koricancha) and the citadel of Saqsaywaman, uncovering valuable unknown historical information about the Inca and pre-Inca civilizations. His latest project, "QOSQO", aims to unravel the morphogenesis of the city of Cusco and its role as the NAVEL OF THE ANDEAN WORLD.