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Antique Statues and Images on Ica Stones in the section "Intravital Portraits of the Ancients"

Intravital portraits of the ancients

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Two rows of photos - of antique statues of Olympic gods (Apollo and Ares) and Zeus son from mortal woman Hercules, and of erotic scenes engraved on Ica stones are given low for matching. It speaks about antiquity of Ica stones, and about that beings described on them differ from modern men, on the previous pages of the site. Antique statues though, most likely, are not intravital portraits of "gods" and "demigods", apparently,

reflect their true appearance. At least, such feelings forms at reading of legends and myths describing them (Indian, Irish, Grecian, etc.).
Now you have the opportunity to value, how much "gods" and "demigods" to whom, first of all, Adityas and Gandharvas belonged (the time of their habitation on the Earth amounts, at least, 66 million years), differed from beings living in Tulan-Chimostok, similar by the appearance to modern

men (they have appeared on the Earth 24-17 million years ago).
It seems to me that in the modern people the blood of those and others (as well as many other beings not imaged here) flows. And from quantities and ratioes of such blood, our anatomy, physiology and temperament depends. Read about it in more details in my book "Disappeared inhabitants of the Earth" and in the corresponding section of the site .

Intravital Portraits of the Ancients. Apollo statue
Apollo statue. Louvre, Paris
Intravital Portraits of the Ancients. Statue of Ares (Roman Mars)
Statue of Ares (Roman Mars). Roman dublicate from marble of 1-2 century from Grecian original. Louvre, Paris
Statue of Hercules. The museum del Prado, Madrid
Intravital Portraits of the Ancients. Ica stone with the image of an erotic scene
Ica stone with the image of an erotic scene

Intravital Portraits of the Ancients. Ica stone with the image of an erotic scene
Ica stone with the image of an erotic scene


Intravital Portraits of the Ancients. Ica stone with the image of an erotic scene
Ica stone with the image of an erotic scene


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