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Originally posted by mbkennel
Those are stylized representations of "the Holy Spirit". There were artistic conventions of the time and were understood and recognized by the viewers
Originally posted by kronos11
Has anyone seen the Egyptian heiroglyphs from Abydos showing aliens and modern mechanical aircraft including an F15 and an Apache helicopter?
What I find funny is that only those paintings are used as examples.
Originally posted by Digital_Reality
I find it funny that these paintings are even questioned.
To me its not obvious that we have been visited, but what I know is that UFOs are not an exclusive of the 20th and 21st centuries.
I mean come on its obvious that we've been visited for centuries.
And why do Jesus and other saintly people have an areola over their heads? Are they UFOs also?
Originally posted by nightmare_davidWhy would they paint "The Holy Spirit" to look like a large disk shaped object in the sky? Why not just paint in a man with a beard like others have done?
Care to explain why a representation of "The Holy Spirit" would look like a large cigar shaped object in the sky that's caught on fire?
Or why there's heiroglyphs found in Egypt and other parts of the world that look a lot like helicopters and some even feature what look like astronauts sitting in a ship in the sky and giving the sign of peace with their hand?
Why would they paint "The Holy Spirit" to look like a large disk shaped object in the sky? Why not just paint in a man with a beard like others have done?
I love the stuff sceptics come up with. It's very laughable.