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From the 1960s Javier Cabrera Darquea collected and popularized the stones, obtaining many of them from a farmer named Basilio Uschuya.

Archaeological remains show evidence of Peruvian cultures going back for several thousand years.

If you want to view the trailer itself, be warned it has un-polite language, desecration of action figures, and conduct unbecoming a superhero. So that’s been our “praising Aaron’s occasional skill at observation” for the day.

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There’s a trailer out for Deadpool 2, co-starring the mutant character, “Cable.” He’s a future-soldier with a metal arm, a glowing eye, and telekinetic/telepathic powers.

He’s also from the future, and is really starting to sound like someone’s Marty-Stu fanfic creation, to be honest.

Cabrera's father had begun a collection of similar stones in the 1930s, and based on his interest in Peruvian prehistory, Cabrera began collecting more.

He initially purchased more than 300 from two brothers, Carlos and Pablo Soldi, who also collected pre-Incan artifacts, who claimed they had unsuccessfully attempted to interest archaeologists in them.

Some of them supposedly have depictions of dinosaurs, and what is alleged to be advanced technology.