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These are a sample of ceremonial burial stones from Ica, Peru known as the Ica stones. Over 11,000 of them have been collected by Dr. Javier Cabrera. They are dated from 500-1500 AD and they depict various aspects of the person's life.
These stones depict things like Sun worship, telescopic observations of the heavens and even successful brain surgery. Yes, successful brain surgery, this was confirmed by the discoveries of scarred skulls, demonstrating healed recovery.
About 1/3 of the stones depict specific types of dinosaurs, including Triceratops, Allosaurus, and Sauropods. Fossilized dinosaur skin confirms many the skin patterns depicted on these stones. These drawings seem to have been done by people who saw the actual animals.
Some local people claim to have carved the ones that they are selling Some do so to stay out of jail for selling them, since the real ones are national treasures of Peru. Some fake ones have turned up, but the while they emulate the basic style, the fakes are not perfect duplicates. Most important is the fact that the genuine stones have a bacterial "varnish" over them including the pictures that takes at least 200 years to form, this includes those depicting dinosaurs.
Some of the dinosaur depictions clearly show people living
dinosaurs, and using dinosaurs for labor. Below are several other
of Ica Stones containing dinosaurs.
The Ica Stones show that man and dinosaurs lived together on Earth in not so distant past.
Dinosaur Art From Ancient Tombs In Peru: evidence that dinosaurs and humans coexisted
Ica Stones of Peru considered "forbidden archaeology" featuring the Nazca Lines geoglyphs at labyrinthina.com
The Ancient Ica Stones of Dr. Cabrera - proof of an unknown ancient civilization
Viewzone: Jurassic Art, Part 2
Imaged from "The Message of the Engraved Stones of Ica" are used with permission
Get a copy of Dr. Canberra's book "The Message of the Engraved Stones of Ica" by mail from his family.