Man extinguished dinosaurs? The stones of Ica and the first humanity

Official history tells us that dinosaurs became extinct about 65 million years ago, long before the first humans existed on the face of the earth. In other words, dinosaurs and man never co-existed together.

A millennial mystery

But what would happen if not only had they co-existed together, but man would have been the one who caused their extinction? The stones of Ica, in Peru, allegedly engraved in the age of the dinosaurs tell astonishing accounts of a race that exterminated almost a third of the dinosaurs. They also show maps of the age of Pangea and Lemuria, as well as surgical operations showing open-heart operations.

According to these stones, the race of that time lived in Colonies, and left the earth before the becoming of an imminent global cataclysm. Dinosaurs were reportedly a relentless threat to their colonies, so alternative scientists suggest that male dinosaurs were killed and their corpses dumped in mass graves, then covered by tons of sand. the aim was to reduce the population of these undesirable animals.

And it won’t be the first time this has been affirmed. Several spiritualist authors claim that man existed long before dinosaurs existed in step, they turn to chapter 4 of the book of genesis, which states that, long before the universal flood, there were giant men on earth.

These giant men are the ones who could have faced the colossal dinosaurs and decimate them, time before the collision of an asteroid hit the earth, completely annihilating them and forcing the race of that time to seek refuge outside the Earth.

Today the stones of Ica are considered a fraud by science; however, this does not stop the controversy regarding these stones, finding both firm detractors and defenders.

Man extinguished dinosaurs? The stones of Ica and the first humanity
Source: Education  
June 26, 2019

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