Wednesday, November 11, 2009

UPDATED: Evidence of UFO Imagery Found in Art History (25+pics and video)

Hello Readers,
These are some interesting pieces of artwork found on the internets.

They all share a common theme of extraterrestrial space craft in Art History. This spans back thousands of years before any influence of sci-fi movies or modern flying airplanes and spacecraft that we're familiar with today. The artists that took on these pieces were people of faith. Perhaps the lights in the sky, flying objects and rocket ships were meant to represent messengers of God or a higher being.....I'll let you be the judge.


"Glorification of the Eucharist" 1600 by Bonaventura Salimbeni
Detail: Metal Sphere with Antennas (left) & Soviet Union's 1957 Sputnik 1 (right)
Vatican said the sphere represents the Earth... But keep in mind that the Church believed the world was 'flat' (NOT a sphere), also spherical metal artifacts such as the one depicted have never been found... 
Ancient Mayan Artifacts dating 1,300-years old 
-see more at this link
Date and Artist unknown : painting on an old wood dresser drawer in Belgium
"Summer's Triumph" 1538 tapestry
 Detail: notice UFO flying in background sky
Book Source: Theatrum Orbis Terrarum by Admiral Blaeu

"Adoration of the Child with St. Benedict and Angels" 1480 by Vincenzo Foppa
Detail: An observer in the distance watching an 'Angel' in a circular cloud formation
Egyptian carvings, notice the childrens' elongated skulls and Hovering orb with projecting light
"Annales Laurissenses" painted on a 1100s manuscript.
It was stated by the Saxons that the French were protected by mysterious 'Orbs' in the sky.
1680 French coin
"The Crucifiction" 1350 Fresco Painting at the
Visoko Decani Monestary in Kosovo Yogoslavia
Detail: Flying ship with figure inside
"The Madonna with Saint Giovannino" 1449-1494 by Domenico Ghirlandaio
Detail: Man with dog observing flying disc in the background
(left) "Miracle of the Snow" 1388-1440 by Masolino Da Panicale
(right) "Baptism of Christ" 1710 by Aert De Geler
"The Annunciation with Saint Emidius" 1486 by Carlo Crivelli
Detail: Circular formation with beam of light projecting down on figures head

Ancient Cave Painting
15th Century Roman: Artist unkown
17th century Fresco from the Svetishoveli Cathedral in Mtskheta, Georgia
6000 BC. in the Tassili, Sahara Desert
Described as 'Two Glowing Wheels'
November 4th 1697 in Hamburg, Germany
3,000 BC Wandjina petroglyphs
Kimberly, Australia
Egyptian painting: notice 'alien' figure


Anonymous said...

They're either UFOs or flying jellyfish.

Erik said...

These are wonderful examples. It would be very helpful if you would document the names of the works and artists for everyone.

chet rosales said...

Thanks Erik for your suggestion.
I updated the post and also added a few more examples!

Anonymous said...

marcie is right. jellyfish dont fly and never did....L

Anonymous said...

thank you , so amazing how scientists and the government can still deny the existence of life beyond earth.

Anonymous said...

Re the Decani fresco - unfortunately these are simply not spaceships; they are stylised personifications of the sun and moon expressing their horror at the crucifixion of Jesus, the incarnate Son of God, their creator. Study the Orthodox hymnography for Holy Friday and the fundamentals of Orthodox iconography and all will bewcome plain.

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