Latest Episodes of the WPTT Peacetour

Tales from South America & Antarctica

Brad Olsen and Emily Howard of Peacetour take you through the beauty of South America and Antarctica on an adventure that will explore different facets of many of the beautiful places these less-traveled areas of the world have to offer. Brad Olsen is an award-winning author, publisher, and creator of the “Sacred Places” and “Esoteric Series” of books. He has a unique perspective on locations in Peru and Bolivia of Incan and pre-Inca origin, along with extraterrestrial associations. Emily Howard is an accomplished musician, artist, writer and indigenous cooking enthusiast. She is working on her South American shows, “Otherworldly Kitchen,” and “Witch’s Elixir.”

Brad Olsen’s Shows

Esoteric Circle

The literal definition of esoteric is a kind of information understood by, or followed by, a select few who have access to special knowledge. For those involved, esoteric studies are viewed as being conducted in private, or by examining fringe subjects such as UFO research. It is typically a secret, discreet, and confidential endeavor. Esoteric beliefs belong to a select few who may come across as abstruse, arcane, or cryptic. It can also be the study of forbidden subjects or those derived by science, that is, those weird topics that have no other forum of examination except from those within esoteric circles.

Journey to Sacred Places

South America has a long history of high culture. The earliest people, the pre-Inca Viracocha, came and departed mysteriously, only to be usurped by another great civilization, the Inca. Both cultures employed master stone-workers to build complex religious and ceremonial centers. When the Spanish and the Portuguese invaded South America in the 16th century, their legions of Christian missionaries were soon dismantling the heathen religions. However, not all of South America was fully converted to Christianity. Vestiges of pre-Christian religion remain in the shaman of the Andes, the witches of Bolivia, and the jungle inhabitants of Peru.

World Stompers: South America

The South American continent is an exciting destination for anyone seeking indigenous people with roots in mysterious antiquity, multifaceted geography, and the European colonial legacy of the Spanish and Portuguese. From the craggy peaks of the Andes mountains to the mega-parties of Carnival in Brazil and Uruguay, southern South America is a favorite destination for world stomping independent travelers.

Emily Howard’s Shows

Otherworldly Kitchen

Where modern cooking meets timeless traditions – a sensational culinary journey awaits upon the saucers of South American cuisine. Otherworldly recipes are prepared in the kitchens of foreign lands using locally-sourced ingredients to unveil extraordinary dishes. Alongside the translated recipe of each preparation, a visual and musical palette from the surrounding communities will also satiate the senses. Taste the flavors and savor the sizzle as we encounter the mouthwatering unknowns in the vast universe of gastronomy!

Alchemist’s Elixir

In every batch, there is said to be a cure. Be enchanted by the wonders of bazaars, native trading posts, and the famous Witch’s Market in La Paz, Bolivia as we pursue the unique ingredients of many ancient medicines. Uncover the paths of divination as we cultivate the remedies and potions gathered from local practitioners in various communities in South America. This is a true herbalist and alchemist delight!

Brad Olsen’s Shows

Esoteric Circle

The literal definition of esoteric is a kind of information understood by, or followed by, a select few who have access to special knowledge. For those involved, esoteric studies are viewed as being conducted in private, or by examining fringe subjects such as UFO research. It is typically a secret, discreet, and confidential endeavor. Esoteric beliefs belong to a select few who may come across as abstruse, arcane, or cryptic. It can also be the study of forbidden subjects or those derived by science, that is, those weird topics that have no other forum of examination except from those within esoteric circles.

Journey to Sacred Places

South America has a long history of high culture. The earliest people, the pre-Inca Viracocha, came and departed mysteriously, only to be usurped by another great civilization, the Inca. Both cultures employed master stone-workers to build complex religious and ceremonial centers. When the Spanish and the Portuguese invaded South America in the 16th century, their legions of Christian missionaries were soon dismantling the heathen religions. However, not all of South America was fully converted to Christianity. Vestiges of pre-Christian religion remain in the shaman of the Andes, the witches of Bolivia, and the jungle inhabitants of Peru.

World Stompers: South America

The South American continent is an exciting destination for anyone seeking indigenous people with roots in mysterious antiquity, multifaceted geography, and the European colonial legacy of the Spanish and Portuguese. From the craggy peaks of the Andes mountains to the mega-parties of Carnival in Brazil and Uruguay, southern South America is a favorite destination for world stomping independent travelers.

Emily Howard’s Shows

Otherworldly Kitchen

Where modern cooking meets timeless traditions – a sensational culinary journey awaits upon the saucers of South American cuisine. Otherworldly recipes are prepared in the kitchens of foreign lands using locally-sourced ingredients to unveil extraordinary dishes. Alongside the translated recipe of each preparation, a visual and musical palette from the surrounding communities will also satiate the senses. Taste the flavors and savor the sizzle as we encounter the mouthwatering unknowns in the vast universe of gastronomy!

Alchemist’s Elixir

In every batch, there is said to be a cure. Be enchanted by the wonders of bazaars, native trading posts, and the famous Witch’s Market in La Paz, Bolivia as we pursue the unique ingredients of many ancient medicines. Uncover the paths of divination as we cultivate the remedies and potions gathered from local practitioners in various communities in South America. This is a true herbalist and alchemist delight!