A huge collection of ancient engraved stones, containing over 15,000 images, was found in a cave in the Peruvian desert in the early 1960’s. They show details of a lost civilization that knew about medical transplants and advanced technology. Animals are depicted, including images of dinosaurs. The stones show different human races, lost continents, and knowledge of an ancient global catastrophe. Early Spanish chronicles described similar stones found in ancient tombs. They’re kept in the Ica Stones Museum in Ica, Peru.
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A flood caused by a crack in a glacier may destroy the city of Huaraz in Peru. The crack has been spotted by a space satellite in a glacier high in the Peruvian Andes that feeds into Lake Palcacocha, at the top of a valley that leads down to the city. Huaraz has a population of 60,000. NASA says, “Should the large glacier chunk break off and fall into the lake, the ensuing flood could hurtle down?reaching Huaraz and its population of 60,000 in less than 15 minutes,” meaning there will be no warning. Glacier expert John Reynolds says, “It’s an ongoing manifestation of climate change.”
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