Saturday, April 14, 2007



Galileo the 16th century Italian mathematician, physicist, and astronomer who was most famous for inventing the telescope, would have been very surprised had he seen the Ica Stones. The Ica Stones named after a small Peruvian town near the Nazca Plains feature very detailed carvings of ancient Peruvians watching comets and other astral bodies with what appear to be telescopes. The stones were first discovered by a local farmer. The farmer told villagers that a flood had washed away the side of a mountain and reveled a cave. It was in this cave that he found thousands of the carved stones. The farmer began offering the stones to tourist as souvenirs then in 1966 geologists and archaeologist stumbled upon some the stones and were utterly amazed. The BBC aired a report that spotlighted the stones and a great deal of unwanted attention was focused on the small town.

Local government officials didn't want anymore treasure hunters or tomb raiders running around so they arrested the farmer and put him behind bars for violating the Peruvian antiquities laws.
The authorities soon released the farmer claiming he had made a full confession admitting that he was solely responsible for carving the stones himself. The farmer who was a very simple man with no formal education claimed he used illustrations he saw in books and magazines as inspiration for the carvings. The small town's physician Dr. Javier Cabrera Darquea became the farmers best customer. The doctor purchased hundreds of the stones and would ask the farmer how many he had. The farmer was always secretive and non committal about the origin of the stones presumably because he didn't want to return to jail. The doctor agreed to purchase all the remaining stones and discovered that over 15,000 stones existed. Each one depicting a different scene more amazing and incredible than the next. The doctor concluded very quickly that the farmer had no part in carving the stones, calculating that the farmer would have had to carve a stone each day for over 40 years. The stones are now part of a permanent museum owned and maintained by Dr. Cabrera. The stones appear to be a knowledge base recorded in a manner that would survive any natural forces that they could be subjected to here on earth. The stones are a form of encyclopedia, each stone illustrating some event or technological capability. Besides the stargazing Indians there are stones that show in great detail brain surgery, organ transplants, blood transfusions, flying craft and global maps. One stone shows the mythological continents of Lemuria in the Pacific and Atlantis in the Atlantic. One of the most astonishing themes of the stones are that of dinosaurs and man interacting. Scenes of Stegosaurus, Triceratops and Tyrannosaurus Rex are carved identical to modern ideas of how these extinct animals appeared. Many of the stones contain the same graphic images that appear on the desert floor of the Nazca Plains. The stones were found near the site of one of Peru's greatest mysteries. The Nazca drawings are huge images etched in the desert floor that can only be seen from high above. The images were virtually unknown until the invention of the airplane. Erich Von Daniken made the Nazca Lines famous in his book Chariots of the gods. Von Daniken theorized that the lines were ancient runways and guide posts for flying craft that frequented the area. The age of the Nazca Lines are unknown, researchers believe they were made by ancient Peruvian Indians that lived in the desert 2500 years ago. It is reasonable to make a connection between the Nazca Lines and the Ica Stones. If the stones are a hoax then they are incredible forgeries that would require the skill and knowledge of many technologically advanced sciences. Not to mention the tools and carving skills to produce over 15,000 individually unique stones. What would possibly motivate someone or a group of someones to invest the time and money into such an endeavour? The obvious answer is money of coarse, but how much money could the farmer and his co-conspirators make selling the stones to a few tourists and locals? If the stones are not a hoax then what is this stone library telling us? The images singularly and collectively revel an astonishing awareness of ancient Peruvian Super-Tech. Ancient Indian Sanskrit texts from the Rama Empire describe a time thousands of years ago when a great technological world existed. Large flying craft made trips from what is now modern India to Peru. Many ancient cultures have made reference to this ancient time when the world was full of incredible technological achievement. One distinct possibility is that these stones were created as a medium for knowledge to be passed down through time without being corrupted by fire, water or the elements. An indestructible knowledge base. Why then if these ancients were so advanced didn't they use a more technical material like stainless steel or titanium? Are the Ica Stones an elaborate hoax? Did an ancient super advanced civilization leave us a stone encyclopedia? In the Atlantium continuum the answer is "NO". The Ica Stones are most likely carvings made by the nearby Nazca Indians. These stones could be an attempt at recording knowledge that was lost. Knowledge that was remembered by a surviving group of individuals years after a great cataclysm that destroyed all human civilization. This would explain why they used stone to capture as many events and technologies as they could that it might not pass from memory. ATLANTIUM. Roc Hatfield/Author

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