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The Stones of Ica

Previous entries have dealt with the question of the existence of an ancient culture in the Amazon Basin that was known as Paititi. Based on the information presented there, there is credible evidence that an advanced culture once lived in this area, and that it exhibited a high degree of technical expertise. In particular, the […]

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Dr. Javier Cabrera

In 1966, knowing of his interest in the local Indian culture, Dr. Cabrera was given an unusual gift for his birthday. It was a small carved rock. The rock seemed to be ancient, but what interested Dr. Cabrera most was that it depicted the outline of a fish, but one that was not common to […]

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The Ica Stones – Fact or Fake

In the forty years that have elapsed since these stones first came to the attention of Dr. Cabrera, they have aroused fierce controversy. It would be fair to say that most archeologists and scientists trained within the accepted paradigm of history are convinced that these stones are fakes. They remain convinced that they were carved […]

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The Images on the Ica Stones (Part One)

The most controversial aspect of the stones of Ica are the images themselves, for they seem to defy the accepted version of the history of the region. This in itself should be a clue that the stones themselves may be far older than modern archeologists are prepared to consider, and that they may have been […]

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The Images on the Ica Stones (Part Two)

If the¬†enigmatic stones assembled by Dr. Javier Cabrera in Ica were limited simply to¬†dramatic images of dinosaurs, they might be easy enough to dismiss. But among the more than 11,000 stones that can be viewed in his museum are others that speak to an age of technology that rivals the marvels of our own time. […]

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The Lessons of the Stones

At first glance it may seem easy to dismiss the entire collection of engraved stones found at Ica as fakes, and accept the version put forth by the authorities that they are the work of simple artisans hoping to generate money by scamming unsuspecting tourists. But upon more detailed examination, this plausible tale simply does […]

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