reply to post by simples
Actually, a lot of those "UFOs in historical art" arguments are false, or unsubstantiated. As you can see in
there are explanations for many, many, many of the "UFOs in historical art" cases.
As a comparative religions student, and a religious guy in general, I agree with the hypothesis that the linked website puts forth about a lot of the
misinterpreted paintings, reliefs, and frescoes.
Not that I don't believe in UFOs. I have seen UFOs, watched strange lights over cornfields, and pursued unidentifiable craft on foot through my town.
I believe that sentient life does exist out there somewhere else in the Universe. I don't believe that there is a big government cover-up to keep us
all in the dark though. Maybe at one time the government tried to disprove UFO existence (Project Blue Book, et al
), but not so anymore.
Consider the wide amount of case-evidence, nationally recognized UFOlogists, books, movies, videos, documentaries, and other media available from the
layman, the scientist, the skeptic, and the believer.
If you believe in UFOs, go on believing. But don't try and make an enemy of the government, just because it doesn't share in your enthusiasm; nor
should you attempt to use shoddily reproduced artistic works to rewrite humanities spiritual and religious history. No one is forcing you not to
believe in UFOs, or not to think that via panspermia alien progenitors sparked the breath of life which has evolved into you all these millions of
years later. But don't think that you've got the "undeniable proof" either. If anyone had completely unscrupulous evidence for UFO existence, and
their inclusion in our history, said person would probably own a Nobel Prize.
From one believer to another: keep everything in check. We'll never convince people of the existence of UFOs and alien life without first
fact-checking, and then presenting clear evidence.
~ Wandering Scribe