It looks like you're using an Ad Blocker.
Please white-list or disable AboveTopSecret.com in your ad-blocking tool.
Some features of ATS will be disabled while you continue to use an ad-blocker.
Originally posted by Diplomat
In my opinion this is far from evidence of space aliens visiting Earth.
When it comes to what these ancient people were actually trying to depict in their paintings the possibilities are pretty much endless. Everyone is going to interpret them differently.
Understanding Aboriginal culture / Cyril Havecker ; illustrations, Cyril Havecker ; edited and foreword by Yvonne Malykke. Lane Cove, N.S.W. : Cosmos Periodicals,
ISBN: 0958858802 : 9780958858809 OCLC Number: 262380874 Description: viii, 106 p. : ill. ; 21 cm. Contents: Foreword --
The Creation myth --
The laws for living --
Aboriginal magic --
The spirit world --
Bark painting and rock carving --
Natural healing --
Glossary. Responsibility: Cyril Havecker ; illustrations Cyril Havecker ; edited and foreword by Yvonne Malykke.
Understanding Aboriginal culture
Cyril Havecker ; illustrations Cyril Havecker ; edited and foreword by Yvonne Malykke.
Published 1987 by Cosmos in Sydney, NSW, Australia .
Written in English.
Originally posted by Freeborn
reply to post by ShadesofGrey78
Regardless of what the painting depicts, I would give damn near anything to travel back in time to the period it was created
Apart from the advent of Punk I think the 70's were pretty boring and mundane.
Originally posted by isyeye
I've seen this picture referenced a few times, but does anyone know more about it?
Are there actual pictures of the cave painting?
I'm sure this has been discussed already on ATS, but I couldn't find more information searching.
This cave painting is c.10,000 BC and is from Val Camonica, Italy.
It appears to depict two beings in protective suits holding strange implements.
Text 1 Now the serpent was more cunning than any beast of the field which the LORD God had made. And he said to the woman, “Has God indeed said, ‘You shall not eat of every tree of the garden’?”
TextNow the serpent was more cunning
Bookseller Inventory # B2815135
Synopsis: Here is a legacy of untold value left by the Dreamtime heroes of the Australian Aboriginal people; a race so ancient it is reputed to be descended from the gods. This is a priceless heritage which belongs to every Australian, black or white. The records left by the Wisemen of the Aborigines tell of the creation myth, how Baiame the Supreme Intelligence of the universe, created all living things and how extrasensory perception was used as a means of gaining knowledge of the past and future. There are laws for living on earth and laws for living in the multi dimensions beyond earth. Theirs is a powerful philosophy, one which has meaning and cannot be changed by time or circumstances. It is a spiritual philosophy which most Australians, until recent years, saw as primitive and of little importance to the world.
The Creation Period
Many religions are characterised by having a god or gods who in their wisdom created the universe. Baiame is the Great Spirit. It was he who dreamed of creating the world and along with the other spirits Nungeena (Mother Nature), Punjel (the Architect of the Universe) and Yhi (Sun Goddess) they set about making this dream come true.
Punjel, being the Architect of the Universe, took multi-million portions from the Supreme Intelligence of Baiame and created Yowies (souls). These Yowies were given three strong drives; the need for nutrition to sustain a physical body, the desire for reproduction and a will to achieve. These Yowies were then collectively swirled around in an anti-clockwise direction and thrust towards Tya (earth) which created the gravitational force of earth.
Much of this information came from the following sources: Understanding Aboriginal Culture by Cyril Havecker which can be obtained at
Charles Leski Auctions
Paintings & Artworks - Auction 257
131 Cyril Havecker. Aboriginal fantasy c 1940. Oil on board. 74 x 53 cm. (1) $200 - $300