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Tuesday, January 16, 2007

Ufo's In Ancient Art

What is to be said of the numerous paintings that show figures which resemble our modern day images of extraterrestrials and Ufo's? What is the meaning behind these images and what were the artists trying to tell us? What do you think?




"The Madonna with Saint Giovannino" was painted in the 15th century by an unknown artist. There is a disk shaped object off to the right of here shoulder.







Here is the same photo blown up. Notice the man and dog looking up at the object.





Located in the Svetishoveli Cathedral in Mtskheta, Georgia,
this 17th century fresco has two saucer shaped objects on either side of Christ. When the picture was blown up, two faces could be seen inside the objects.











These images were found in Australia in an Aborigine cave. It is estimated that this painting is around five thousand years old and believed to depict extraterrestrials.






Source: UFO Artwork

3 comments:

JaneDoughnut said...

That has always perplexed me. Though I'm fascinated with extraterrestrials, I have to admit it doesn't seem likely they'd travel light-years to get here. But something is happening, and has been for centuries. I think paintings like these, accounts of angels, demons, faeries, and many religious experiences may be documenting this same things that we still don't understand.

JaneDoughnut said...

Oh, you may find these cloud pictures interesting. There go some of our UFO's.

Aura said...

Those pics were very cool. Maybe in our lifetime we will learn the truth about ET's.