dr cabrera's book
unusual sheets of gold found in Ecuador whose designs resemble those the
gliptoliths, provide evidence for this hypothesis. These sheets form part of the
collection of Father Carlo Crespi, and are housed in the Church of Maria
Auxiliadora, in Cuenca, Ecuador. "
" the tumis made from a
very durable material called champi (a combination of gold, silver and copper,
although the bonding technique is unknown), found in Inca and Pre-Inca tombs.
" [ ancients of greece used a similar alloy. perhaps when man
was telepathic, knowledge and language was shared globally. man,
drawn the same way as ica, was on a coin dug in illinois at 110 ft depth.
the tumi was used for trepanation to perform brain surgery. the most
precious tumis were made by the ica stone culture. ]
" There are ceramics from Nazca, for example, that
treat, symbolically, the techniques for space flight. There are cloths from
Paracas whose designs reveal deep understanding of human microphysical biology.
he says the stones show that dinosaur babies went
thru metamorphic changes before assuming the anatomy of the parent. they
didnt leave the egg fully like the parent.
" Herman Buse reports in his 1965 book (16) that one of
the brothers Pablo [soldi]- said that the existence of a thick layer of
saltpeter covering the specimens could not be explained except by the passage of
considerable time, and he added that the huaqueros who had found the stones were
willing to take archeologists to the places were they had been discovered, to
show them that this was not a hoax. "
" in the hill called Uhle of the sector of La Banda in
the Hacienda Ocucaje, and we found for the first time an engraved stone inside a
tomb of the Paracas culture, "
" Not even the collection of Carlos Soldi was
studied, and on his death it passed to the Museo Regional of Ica, according to
his wishes. "
" Many of them purchased for only a couple of soles
" The prestigious archeologist Max Uhle called
Ocucaje the paradise of archeology. "
" The Indian chronicler Juan de Santa Cruz
Pachacuti Llaraqui wrote in the sixteenth century that at the time of the Inca
Pachacutec many carved stones were found in the kingdom of Chincha, in
Chinchayunga, which were called manco (33). "
" Pachacutec's descendants in the region of Ica. I also
base my opinion on the fact that this region, so flat as to make the river
overflow easily, was covered until many years after the arrival of the Spaniards
with immense forests of huarango, a tree with a heavy trunk and spiny branches.
In other words, this whole flat region, that begins about three kilometers to
the south of the city of Ica and extends to the southwest for more or less sixty
kilometers, was not cultivated and was, in fact, impenetrable. The presence of
this forest no doubt owes to the desire of the Inca - Pachacutec or one of the
earlier Incas - to protect the region from wanderers who might stumble upon the
deposits of gliptoliths. The disappearance of these forests took centuries. Once
the vice-regal capital was established in Peru, thousands of these trees were
cut, and the wood was put to multiple uses in other parts of Ica province. But
even so, the forests were far from being exhausted. In the nineteenth century
they provided most of the railroad ties and fuel for the line from Ica to Pisco,
sane seventy kilometers to the north of the city of Ica; they also provided the
stakes for vineyards and raw material for the coal industry. It was precisely
the cutting of the forest that, toward the end of the nineteenth century,
permitted the region to be seen for what it is, an archeological paradise. The
total disappearance of these forests to clear land for crops is a quite recent
phenomenon. " [i have to agree, why would the inca promote a forest
on choice land, when the people needed crop land so bad, they terraced
mountainsides. they hid the ica stones. ]
" these two half-leaves are also the symbol of an
unknown mechanism that permitted this man to stimulate his powers of knowledge
and also to convert solar and cosmic energy directly into electronic energy in
order to use it for the running of instruments and appliances. "
" The three needles in the woman's mouth are the
instruments with which the anaesthetization has been achieved, and suggest the
use of acupuncture. "
" the unknown mechanism represented by the half-leaves
on the head, is obtaining electronic energy by conversion of solar and cosmic
energy, which he is transmitting to the arms to apply to the use of the cutting
instrument. This instrument must consequently be an electric scalpel. " [
cayce said an electric knife used in egypt, gave bloodless surgery.
" the pyramid is a symbol of
a complex mechanism for the attraction, accumulation and distribution of energy.
donated blood was arterial
to have more oxygen etc. for implants the blood came from a pregnant
woman. our lads need to consider this.
[ cabrera seems to have
went deep into the interpretation of the ica stones. he offers much to
" To avoid the rejection of the transplanted
organ, gliptolithic medicine also had access to another method: that of
previously transplanting the kidney and its adrenal glands, belonging to the
donor of the organ to be transplanted. " this was needed if the
heart or brain was to be transplanted. again, this is beyond current
" I deduce that the cognitive codes would be
molecular structures of nucleic acids and proteins, that would constitute the
physical basis of knowledge. "
[ maybe the oldest stones are dark and deep
the ica stones were often found covered by
" I think that the cause of immunological illnesses
could well be the malfunctioning of the adrenal gland-kidney complex. If this
deduction is correct, then the therapy for autoimmunological illnesses would be
the transplant of the adrenal gland-kidney complex, "
cognitive energy said to reside in the
[ it occurs to me that maybe thru the ica stones
later cultures learned to operate on the brain to unlock latent
faculties. the priests who had the trepanation were unlikely to have had
an injury. much wisdom was preserved by this mother culture, which i
identify as lemurian. ]
many surgical tools made of champi have been
" the golden tumis with precious stone inlays contain
information symbolically inscribed on them is something that modern archaeology
has never suspected. "
" these tumis form series "
" two electrical power stations (represented by
[ power stations are pyramids that capture solar
and cosmic energy for use by temples and factories, represented by stars.
" a bird allows us to infer the existence of
installations for aerial transport. "
[ many of dr cabrera's conclusions seem
intuitive, which should not lessen their possible validity. ]
10 years ago, its estimated that 50,000 stones had been
excavated. this could be the oldest and most wonderful archive ever
found. after being examined and studied, perhaps castings made, the ica
stones should be returned to where found. they lasted a long time there,
but we could argue that seismic activity warrants that they be moved to a more
stable location. all of humanity is diminished, if they are allowed to
shatter or be lost. since series of themes are given, more can be gained
by keeping the collection together. im thinking that this culture was
higher than that of tiwanaku. highest yet found. i bet the stars
depicted at ica are of the northern sky. that would confirm the 180
degree poleshift of 50,000 bce, at least for me.