Since the dawn of humanity there is a plethora of evidence of Aliens being involved in our history from paintings, scrolls, sculptures, art, and
stories that date back to the beginning of our earliest recordings as people on this planet. Let's have a look at few which suggests Alien presence
in our History:
The Madonna with Saint Giovannino is a painting from around the 15th century most likely painted by Domenico Ghirlandaio.
This is the painting titled "The Baptism of Christ" painted in 1710 by Aert De Gelder.
French Jeton from 1680. The Latin inscription translates to "It is here at an opportune time".
The Crucifixion by an unknown artist in 1350.
This is a painting from Haratonohama, Hitachi, Japan in 1803. There was a book written about it Ume No Chiri that said "foreign ship and crew" was
spotted on the shore of Haratonohama, Hitachi, Japan and that the ship was made of metal and glass with strange writings on it. This is the artists
rendition of the flying saucer resembling space ship.
This painting is from a manuscript from the 12th century called Annales Laurissenses. It tells the tail of the siege on Sigiburg castle in France,
where the Saxons had surrounded the French and were about to take over the castle when Flaming Shields hovered over the church. The Saxons thought
that the French were protected by these beings and fled. This event happened in the year 776 and has been well documented.
Large Elongated Head Sculpture
Moses Receiving Ten Commandments. This painting is from a wood drawer which is kept at Earls D’Oltremond in Belgium.
Ancient Ecuadorian Sculpture- Similarities to todays space suits our Astronauts wear.
Crucifixion Painting- 17th century. A Fresco (which is a painting done on a ceiling or wall) in the Svetitskhoveli Cathedral in Mtskheta.
1660. From the works of Admiral Blaeu in the literature "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum".
Ancient Inca UFO Sculptures
Aliens and There Hybrid Babies?
"The Annunciation" 1486 by the hands of Carlo Crivelli.
A french picture from the Literature "Le Livre Des Bonnes Moeurs" by Jacques Legrand. A book of French works From 1388.
[edit on 24-1-2010 by December_Rain]