a reply to: Char-Lee
Lol yeah. The OP should really edit them in because I bet a large amount of people won't even visit the link.
The 2nd photo you linked is fascinating. I'm thinking it's a hoax or perhaps a more recent painting because unlike the others I can't seem to find any
'official' link to it.
It depicts a guy in flipping armour/helmet and with a sword/rapier like weapon for starters.
Secondly, the depiction of the being with the 'Grey' like head apparently has 3-4 fingers per hand and almost web-like 3 toes per foot. This is bloody
It makes me think of the apparent Native American legend about the 'how' symbol being used to check for four fingers.
Why would a human depict an entity as such? It's so random.
At least with the different animal-animal and animal-human blends we painted it makes sense as they were effectively splicing features they had seen.
But whenever we see a depiction of an apparent 'one-form' animal, it is usually very accurate with only proportions being the main issue.
Especially in the local area of the paintings in question, where it is all very 'true to life' depictions of animals and such. It's almost as if the
human painting this did actually see with his own eyes what he had painted.
It's definitely a good piece of 'evidence' as far as cave paintings and aliens/entities goes. Still, it is way too secondary and subjective to be
considered irrefutable evidence of anything.
Someone could equally just claim 'he was being imaginative' or some crap that kills most of these debates anyway (not in a clever way either).
But I do need to see a proper source regarding that painting and possibly an estimation of date.
As for the 'Rehola people' thing in the article - that's either complete BS or its literally exclusive knowledge because no trace of anything
regarding that myth exists online.
edit on 15-7-2014 by DazDaKing because: (no reason given)
edit on 15-7-2014 by DazDaKing
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