Since their findings, and link to supporting creation. There has been much controversy. Evolutionists went all out to discredit “all” Ica stones. Basically denying the history of Peru all in the protection of their beloved theory of evolution. So let’s start with how they support creation, and then look into how evolutionists went all out to discredit all the Ica stones.
Because the Ica stones often show humans and dinosaurs together, for the evolutionist, they are as much a thorn in the side as the Burdick prints (link), or Taylor trail tracks (link). So you have 3 types of evidences that show human and dinosaurs existed together. If the drawings on the Ica stones are true, and were not faked. Then they should match recent finds on dinosaurs, right? Petrified dinosaur skin has been found. Let’s see if the designs drawn on the Ica stones match.
And as you can see they do match. The Ica stones were discredited before this comparison was made. Science in no way interested in re-investigating their nightmare that could have put evolution into question. But as anyone can see from the pictures above, these Ica stones are real. How else can the person who carved them match the designs on the skin so accurately unless they saw one? That’s like saying a painter at the fair can paint your wife without ever meeting her. So now let’s look into how the evolutionist went about debunking them as evidence for creation.
In a BBC documentary named: Pathway to the Gods. The guy in the above picture named: Uschuya. Claimed to have faked the Ica stones. Peru has a law that prohibits the sell of any of their artifacts because of the looting that goes on. If one were to break this law, they would spend several years in the Peru prison. No one wants to go there because most people die after about three years because the conditions are so bad. So for Uschuya to admit to finding the stones and selling them would be admitting guilt. And he would be signing his own death warrant. The BBC did not care, as long as they could get someone to admit to faking the stone, they would save their beloved theory of evolution from being put into question.
The Incas were known for being far more advanced than anyone of that time. But to discredit the stones, the evolutionists took and made fun of their historic pictures that showed them doing all kinds of surgeries, just because they did not like the dinosaur pictures with men fighting them, or being killed by them. This is so they could categorizes all of the stones as fake. Again, basically denying the past history of Peru just to protect a theory.
Here are some of the Ica stones that bothered evolutionists that they felt a need to discredit them all (you can click on the thumbnails to load a bigger picture of the stones):
So just because there was someone making replicas of the original stones, does that make all the stones fake? Using that type of logic, just about every painting is now fake for the same reason. So all of this was just a lame attempt at covering up creation evidence to protect evolution.
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