Ica Stones

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By Brian Kufel


The Ica Stones are a series of stones supposedly dug up by Basilio Uschuya along with other farmers in the 1960s. The stones were then collected and popularized by Dr. Javier Cabrera. They originated in Ica Province, Peru, and depicted anachronistic drawings, most famously dinosaurs. They have been used to prove the co-existence of humans and dinosaurs to support claims to a radically younger earth or the existence of modern humans for hundreds of millions of years and their guidance by aliens. These claims are made by young-earth creationists as well as ancient astronaut theorists. Uschuya has since admitted to making the stones, making them forgeries.