posted on Jul, 3 2013 @ 03:37 PM
I'd suggest caution in swallowing anything presented as actual alien script in consideration that there's many working fictional alien scripts:
13 Alien Languages you can actually read
These are of course entirely fictional languages, but, in a sense, Klingon for instance IS an actual language, though just a fabrication.
It's easy enough to make up any spooky script to represent Alien writing, or, if you like, Elven, Dwarven, or anything else one might like to pick
out of science fiction and fantasy literature.
Doesn't Star Wars have several alphabets, and besides Klingon, Star Trek has other alien languages as well?
Watch enough Science Fiction and you'll see plenty.
What might be sold as real, will likely not be.
We don't even have proof that there are actually aliens so, alien script?
For all we know, if one wants to take Ancient Aliens seriously, The most ancient examples of writing around the planet are Alien script.