Peru’s stone of Ica: Evidence of a highly developed civilization?

Peru's stone of Ica: Evidence of a highly developed civilization?

In the city of Ica in southern Peru is the museum of dr. Javier Cabrera. He’s a few years ago deceased and the museum is now run by his daughter Eugenia. Writes Epoch Times.

There are reportedly more than 50,000 engraved stones found in the desert around Ica. Some 20,000 of them are kept in the museum. The first thing you notice about the stones is that they consist of two layers of basalt in the middle and andesite on the outside.

On the stones are depicted activities of the ancient people. The most spectacular and mysterious ones seem to show brain surgery, heart transplants and genetic experiments. Some stones can be seen images of telescopes and people looking at the stars.


No one knows exactly what the engravings mean. A farmer could ever have begun selling the stones to tourists. The story goes that he would have admitted under pressure to have created the stones himself.

It is even for one person a difficult task to engrave more than 50,000 stones. Let’s say he’s doing for it 50 years. That would mean that he has carved more than 1,000 per year, or three per day.

Is it possible that one person made these stones? Or a small group? How could they have remained secret for so long? How can a poor farmer from southern Peru engrave with such precision?


Cabrera said that the stones were an encyclopedia. His theory is that a super-intelligent civilization lived in the area. A civilization that had a lot of knowledge about astronomy, physics and medicine.

This people would have anticipated a major disaster and have provided the knowledge for future generations through stones. Cabrera believed the stones were once kept in a cave that has yet to be discovered.

On the stones are also dinosaurs, which would mean that civilization has lived with the dinosaurs.

SOURCEEpoch Times
Heathcliff Spencer Peters is an impartial and independent investigative journalist whose stories have appeared in The Sun, Express, Dailymail, nationwide Italian and Spanish television, and over 10 countries.