They each felt compelled to document ufo sightings and alien visitation, and despite the vast differences of geography and time, with remarkably similar forms. Was it all some amazing coincidence, or, did they all see the same things?
This is a very small sample of the ufos and extraterrestrial visitors that were depicted by artists over tens of thousands of years, and from all around the world.
Two cave paintings from Tanzania. Both are estimated to be up to 29,000 years old. The one on the left is located in Itolo, and depicts several disc shaped objects. The other painting is from Kolo, and it shows four entities surrounding a women. There is also a entity looking down from inside some sort of box or object.
This cave painting, from ca. 10,000 BC, is from Val Camonica, Italy. It appears to depict two beings in protective suits holding strange implements.
7,000 B.C. – The Lolladoff plate, discovered in Nepal, appears to show a hovering disk-shaped object in the center, and a small being beside it. The circular pattern is reminescent of the spiraling movement of consciousness – Golden Ratio – Sacred Geometry of Creation.
7,000 year old petroglyph discovered in the province of Querétaro, Mexico in 1966. There are four figures with outstretched arms, below a large oval object, radiating what appear to be beams of light.
6,000 BC from Tassili, Sahara Desert, North Africa.
From Sego Canyon, Utah. Estimated to 5,500 BC.
Strange suited figure found in Kiev. It dates to ca. 4,000 BC.
Three Wandjina petroglyphs from Kimberley, Australia.
They are estimated to be 5,000 years old, and are believed to represent alien beings.
This intriquing ancient work of art from Ecuador, appears to be a man, or similar being, in a type of spacesuit. It is displayed beside a modern astronaut to demonstrate the remarkable similarities.
Sculptures from the ancient Incas, who were much more advanced than other similar civilizations of their time and area. Displayed are two flying saucers. The Inca civilization was in close contact with aliens. Their advanced mathematics, astronomical charts and calendars are attributed to extraterrestrial visitors.
This wonderful piece of ancient Egyptian art clearly shows an alien. Some have speculated for many years about the roles extraterrestrials played in history, such as in the time of ancient Egyptians. Now we know.
It is believed that aliens visited this planet long ago, helping advance civilizations, and steering human history. If Moses received the ten commandments from aliens, then many points of the bible, and other religions of the past, can easily be explained. This painting is from a wood drawer, kept at Earls D’Oltremond, in Belgium.
From the works of Admiral Blaeu, in “Theatrum Orbis Terrarum”, the first true modern atlas, written by Abraham Ortelius and originally printed on May 20, 1570. This painting documents an encounter that happened when, while at sea, Dutch ships sighted two disk shaped objects hovering in the sky.
This illustration is from the 12th century manuscript, ‘Annales Laurissenses’. It documents the siege on Sigiburg castle in France, in the year 776. The Saxons had surrounded the French, and were about to breech the castle, when ‘flaming shields’ appeared and hovered over the church. The Saxons, thinking the French were being protected by these beings, fled in terror.
Old Chinese illustration from ca.1400 A.D.
This is an artistic reproduction of a relief found in a labyrinth on the island Jotuo in Toengt’ing lake.
The Crucifixion’ – painted in 1350, depicts a small human looking man looking over his shoulder, at another UFO in pursuit, as he flies across the sky in what is clearly a space ship. The painting hangs above the altar at the Visoki Decani Monestery in Kosovo, Yugoslavia.
A french picture from the Literature “Le Livre Des Bonnes Moeurs”, by Jacques Legrand, a book of French works from 1388. Some speculate that the object was a balloon, but during that period in time, there were no such devices yet.
Entitled “The Miracle of the Snow”, this painting from 1388-1440, by Masolino Da Panicale, currently resides at the church of Santa Maria Maggiore, in Florence, Italy. It shows two ‘humans’ in a circle type cloud, hovering above the disciples. This could easily be interpreted spiritually, or, something more extraterrestrial, like them looking down from a hovering UFO.
If you look closely at the painting “La Tebaide”, done sometime in the early 1460’s by Paolo Uccello, you can see a strange UFO flying saucer type object to the right under the cross. The painting is currently hanging at the Academy of Florence.
This tapestry from 1538, named Summer’s Triumph, hangs in the Bayerisches National Museum. If you look at the top corners, you can see what could be described as flying saucers, or UFOs. A few people believe these are just clouds, but the minds of artisans portray their visions, and this could easily be a case where the artist(s) definitely intended to add UFOs.
In this stunning painting, called “The Annunciation”, from 1486 by the hands of Carlo Crivelli, you see an amazing image of a UFO beaming down light toward a building, and through a window. A stream of light from God, or a message from somewhere beyond the heavens?
17th century fresco of the crucifiction in the Svetishoveli Cathedral, in Mtskheta, Georgia.
Note the two saucer shaped craft departing on both sides of Christ.
“The Madonna with Saint Giovannino”, was most likely painted by Domenico Ghirlandaio, around the 15th century. Mary, mother of Jesus, is looking downward, and in the background, you can clearly see what appears to be a UFO flying above. To the lower right of the background, a man standing on a ledge blocks the sun with his hand, as he stares at the strange object in the sky.
The French Jeton was used in substitution of legal tender in games. This particular Jeton, from 1680, shows what appears to be a UFO flying in the air, and has an intriguing Latin inscription that translates to “It is here at an opportune time”.
“The Baptism of Christ” was painted in 1710, by Aert De Gelder. This is one the finest UFO and alien depictions in ancient art. A ufo shines light on Christ, as John baptizes him. It could be interpreted as a divine being, but its uncanny resemblance to common UFO descriptions, leaves little doubt about what it was meant to be.
At 9:45, on the evening of August 17th, 1783, four people on the terrace of Windsor Castle witnessed a strange object in the sky. It seemed to be running horizontal with the horizon, and to be of disk form. Under it, appeared a strange orb that shot off to the east, and then to the southwest, illuminating the whole ground underneath it with a magnificent light. This is a sketch of what was seen that night, by Thomas and Paul Sandby, two of the people who experienced the sighting.
This UFO painting is from 1803. There was a book written about it, Ume No Chiri, that said a “foreign ship and crew” was spotted on the shore of Haratonohama, Hitachi, Japan. The UFO was made of metal and glass, and had strange writings on it. This is the artist’s rendition of the flying saucer, or space ship.