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What Are The Inca Stones?

Updated on July 2, 2012
Inca Stone
Inca Stone

by Christine B.


In the 1930s Dr. Cabrera found some remarkable etched rocks at the site of an ancient Inca burial ground. The discovery opened a Pandora’s Box of scientific questions and initiated a life-long quest not only for himself, but also for his son, Dr. Javier Cabrera, (former professor of medicine and head of his department at the University of Lima). Carved on the stones were pictures depicting various scenes of Incan life. One of the stones first discovered had a shocking carving of a dinosaur being ridden by a human-like being smoking a pipe. Science books have been teaching us for decades that humans did not live on Earth at the same time as dinosaurs… so how could a Pre-Columbian human have depicted one on an ancient stone?

Cabrera senior was so intrigued that he began searching for more of these stones, and eventually, with his son’s help, they unearthed over 1,100 of them. He had them analyzed and it was estimated that the stones were between 500 and 1,500 years old. His impressive collection was referred to as the Inca Stones.

All of the stones had different pictures carved into them. Some depicted idols, modern open-heart surgery and brain transplant surgery, and sexually graphic positions. Many (almost a third of the stones collected) displayed various species of dinosaurs.

Although some scientists claim the stones are fraudulent, no case for fraud has ever been proven. The process it would take to create these stones and to be able to do it so that the dating would be from well over 500 to 1,500 years old would be nearly impossible. So they currently stand as evidence against long-established historical record and scientific “fact.”

This is another example of studying the evidence available for yourself and then arriving at your own conclusions.

To view an interesting video of some of the stones in the Inca Stone collection, go to: http://youtu.be/NPO6h8M6DI4

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      5 years ago from Centreville Michigan

      Very interesting hub. I am always interested in the theories of dinosaurs and humans on earth at the same time.

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