Spaceman Rock Painting Found in The North-West Kimberley Region, W. Australia

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posted on Dec, 26 2012 @ 12:30 AM
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A very mysterious Rock Painting was found in the North West Kimberley region of Western Australia .

The art shows :

- Alien [ Ancient Astronaut ]
- UFOs
- Crop circles etc.

Watch the video Here [ Interpretation of the Rock Art ] :




The Bradshaw rock paintings, Bradshaw rock art, Bradshaw figures or The Bradshaws, are terms used to describe one of the two major regional traditions of rock art found in the north-west Kimberley region of Western Australia, first discovered and recorded by pastoralist Joseph Bradshaw in 1891 after whom they were named.

But it isn't just this one extraordinary painting, it's all the evidence thats all over the world piling on to support this unreal claim that ancient astronauts visited our planet in our infancy. When you study Easter Island, the Pyramids of Giza, the Gazda Strip, the Sun Temple, or Tiunacho, youll come to the same conclusion. Tiunacho is especially convincing being that it is the oldest city in the world and drills were used to build it when the mainstream theory is that the native indians (that could barely communicate with each other) built this intricate city. All over the world at the very same time man was compelled to put this story on their walls. A story of beings coming down from the skies in machines and engaging in commerce with mankind.


Check out more Rock Paintings from Bradshaw Foundation




Few Questions :

- Isn't that an ancient astronaut [ Alien ] ?
- Doesn't this prove that we are not alone ?

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posted on Dec, 26 2012 @ 12:34 AM
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Here is another painting [ Namely - Astronaut Wandjina ]




posted on Dec, 26 2012 @ 12:44 AM
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Not sure if you like the broken image icon, or if there's a lot of missing images.

hopefully I can make sense of it in a while



posted on Dec, 26 2012 @ 01:52 AM
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Few Questions :

- Isn't that an ancient astronaut [ Alien ] ?
- Doesn't this prove that we are not alone ?

1) Possibly.
2) Not really.

This painting by its self is fairly amazing (good find btw) but not entirely convincing. People will easily find many ways to rationalize the meaning of the painting and what it's trying to depict. The meaning seems fairly clear to me, but even if it actually is a picture of an ancient alien and a flying saucer creating a crop circle, that still doesn't prove anything 100%. For example some people might argue that the root of the UFO and alien "mythologies" comes from indigenous Australians who lived long ago. I think that's a fairly stupid belief to hold myself, but it does make it impossible to really say with 100% certainty. However I think all the anomalous ancient artwork together as one piece of evidence does give us 99.9% certainty that ancient aliens is more than just a theory or mythology.
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posted on Dec, 26 2012 @ 01:58 AM
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Don't really know what to make of a reproduction painting of rock art. Its ambiguous enough in the original form. The painting is well, embellished?



posted on Dec, 26 2012 @ 05:25 PM
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Originally posted by intrptr
Don't really know what to make of a reproduction painting of rock art. Its ambiguous enough in the original form. The painting is well, embellished?


Yes, and somewhat biased by the opinion of the artist, who highlights (or paints with more emphasis) things that they think are significant in the way they think they should be.

This is actually a problem with pre-photography illustrations of ancient sites.



posted on Dec, 27 2012 @ 04:08 AM
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Not really.




In a few thousand years imagine the previous painting being found.
Does it's existence then indicate unicorns existed during our age and natives of the area painted it as they saw it?
No.

Well, then you might say " How could it look so much like a modern day image of an alien". A valid question, but not really all that hard to come up with an answer to. Archetypes.
Throughout all cultures in all times certain themes and images reoccur, time and again. I am willing to bet that the image in your OP is indicative of one such archetype. What it really represents, who knows?
But don't fall into the trap of thinking that because it is familiar as something we know, that it immediately means it is that...

Imagination is not exclusive to our times.

This is not to say anything for or against alien visitation in the past or present to our planet. Just to clarify.



posted on Dec, 27 2012 @ 04:20 AM
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Its hard to imagine that it is a crop circle seeing how australian aboriginals did not have any agriculure at all being nomadic.





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