Secret of the Incas. Stones Collection
Humans are shown pursuing various types of dinosaurs
such as Stegosaurus, Triceratops, and Iguanodontes.
Dr. Javier Cabrera was professor of medicine and head of his department at the University of Lima. He has retired from that position and is presently the Cultural Anthropologist for Ica, Peru. In the early 1930's, his father found many of these ceremonial burial stones in area's numerous Inca tombs. Dr. Cabrera has continued his father's research and has collected over 1100 of them. Approximately one third depict the pornographic culture of the Incas, graphically portrayed in the artifacts of that period. Some picture their idolatry, other represent amazing accomplishments, such as successful brain surgery confirmed by scarred skulls which demonstrate healed recovery. Almost one third of the stones depict specific types of dinosaurs, like those seen below, as well as Triceratops, Stegosaurus and Pterosaurs.
The fossil record is discussed and a catastrophic origin is contrasted with the standard paradigm of evolution over long time periods.
Alternative models for the apparent order in the fossil record are presented together with evidence for the sudden appearance of all life forms during the so-called "Cambrian explosion."
The origins of dinosaurs and their demise are also discussed, and evidence for the simultaneous appearance of numerous life forms are presented