dinsdag 8 oktober 2013

The Ica Stones

In 1966, Peruvian physician Javier Cabrera Darquea was presented with a stone that had a carved picture of what Cabrera believed to be an extinct fish by a friend for his 42nd birthday. Cabrera's father had begun a collection of similar stones in the 1930s, and based on his interest in Peruvian prehistory, Cabrera began collecting more. He initially purchased more than 300 from two brothers who also collected pre-Incan artifacts, who claimed they had unsuccessfully attempted to interest archaeologists in them. Cabrera later found another source of the stones, a farmer named Basilio Uschuya, who sold him thousands more. Cabrera's collection burgeoned, reaching more than 11,000 stones in the 1970s. Cabrera published a book, The Message of the Engraved Stones of Ica on the subject, discussing his theories of the origins and meaning of the stones. In this he argued that the stones show "that man is at least 405 million years old" and that what he calls gliptolithic man, humans from another planet, and that "Through the transplantation of cognitive codes to highly intelligent primates, the men from outer space created new men on earth." The Ica stones achieved greater popular interest when Cabrera abandoned his medical career and opened a museum to feature several thousand of the stones in 1996.

Secrets of the Ica Stone
and Nazca lines proof that
dinosaur and man lived together
Dennis Swift

In the style of a riveting autobiographical detective story the author reports convincingly about his more than 30 years of research on the origin, history and analysis of the enigmatic Ica Stones of Peru, South America.
The Ica stones are ancient river boulders of various sizes that have been etched with images on their surfacesThey have been excavated from Pre-Columbian Indian burial tombs in the desert of Southern Peru. Thousands of them exist in public and private collections.  All sorts of imagery of ancient cultural life appear on these stone 'canvases.'  Many of them show dinosaurs, some even with humans riding them or attacking them.  The obvious conclusion observed here is evidence that dinosaurs and man lived at the same time, in the fairly recent past. 
Mainstream scientific (evolution-based) response to the Ica Stones is that they must be fakes, made recently by local Indians for sale to gullible tourists.  However, tourists rarely even know they exist.  The public collections of them are typically hidden from view and private collections are seldom seen or researched.  There have been some fakes made but it is easy to tell the difference between those and the real burial stones. Any honest reader should be readily convinced that the Ica Stones are genuine burial stones from the Indian tombs dating from as early as 500 B.C.  to 1000 A.D

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