What did the Inca's think created the Earth?

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It might interest you to know that there were eye witnesses to what we mistakenly call creation. They recorded their observations as best they could, carving some records into stones and passing verbal accounts from one generation to the next. It has taken a very long time to interpret these records because they don't describe anything we have seen. For example the legend of the dragon is carved into rocks all over the world, but it is only recently that anybody has noticed a natural effect that fits that description. This is a long book because it tries to cover everything completely.

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The word “Inca” can refer to the supreme ruler of the Inca Empire and can also refer to the natives.
Peru, a land where many cultures have left their mark​—among them the Moche, the Chimu, the Nazca, the Chachapoya, the Colla, and the Inca. Each culture had its own set of burial practices, reflecting distinctive beliefs regarding the afterlife.

Those early groups worshiped various animals—jaguars, pumas, and even fish. Reverence of mountain gods was widespread among them.
In the royal city of Cuzco, the Incas organized a priesthood for worship of the sun in a polished stone temple, which gave rise to the belief that like their, predecessors from another continent and another time also did. ( Egyptian Sun God Ra)

The Sun God Ra's name meant creative power. No doubt the Incas felt the same as the Egyptians since their worship paralleled each other.
Since like the Egyptians, they worshiped the sun, then likewise their tribute for creating the earth would be to the Sun-god.

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The word “Inca” can refer to the supreme ruler of the Inca Empire and can also refer to the natives
BETWEEN the 14th and 16th centuries, a great golden empire held sway on the west coast of South America. Ruled by brilliant architects and technicians, the Incas were a people organized to better themselves socially.
Human sacrifices were a common feature in the sun worship of the Inca's religion. If they believe the sun is to be worshipped then their understanding of Creation would be based on the evolution theory or myths.
The bible tells us. " For his invisible qualities are clearly seen from the world’s creation onward, because they are perceived by the things made, even his eternal power and Godship, so that they are inexcusable" Romans: 1:20.
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