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...As you read about Bosnia and Kosovo in your daily newspapers I remind you of the words of Socrates spoken at his trial in his own defence: "I do not know what effect my accusers have had upon you gentlemen but for my own part I was almost carried away by them; their arguments were so convincing. On the other hand scarcely a word of what they said was true."....

уторак, 15. новембар 2011.

Tassili North Africa 1

Jesu li bogovi bili astronauti????

This fresco entitled "The Crucifixion" was painted in 1350 and is now above the altar at the Visoki Decani Monestary in Kosovo, Yugoslavia. Two objects can be seen in the top left and top right of the artwork. The two enlargements of these objects reveal figures riding inside these unknown craft.

An illustration of a Nuremburg UFO sighting from April 14, 1561. Held at the Wickiana Collection in the Zurich Central Library. It was published of the witnesses, "The globes, crosses and tubes began to fight one another, and this went on for an hour. Then they all fell to earth, as if on fire, and faded slowly away producing a lot of steam. Afterwards a black spear-like object was seen, and the whole event was taken to be a divine warning."

The Miracle of the Snow, by Masolino Da Panicale circa 1400 from Florence, Italy. Displayed in the Church of Santa Maria Maggiore, depicting Jesus and Mary. It is very difficult to look at this painting and not notice Jesus and Mary being accompanied by an armada of flying saucers stretching beyond the horizon.

"Summer's Triumph" is a tapestry created in Bruges, Belgium in 1538 - Bayerisches National Museum. Several classic-shaped UFO-like objects are clearly depicted in the sky near the top. It is thought that the inclusion of these might have been politically motivated in effort to sway local opinion by associating UFOs with the current rulers in order to claim divine intervention in their political careers.

"La Tebaide", painted c.1460-1465 by Paolo Uccello and displayed at the Academy of Florence. The close-up on the right shows a reddish, UFO shape near Jesus.

Fresco painting (17th century) depicting the crucifixion of Jesus. It is displayed in the Svetishoveli Cathedral in Mtskheta, Georgia, Russia. Take notice of the two UFO-like objects on both sides of the Christ and the flames blasting out from the bottom of them. Also, in the close-ups of the UFO-type objects it is clearly seen that faces are present. Seeing as it most certain that ancient UFOs were thought to be correlated somehow with divinity, it is likely that the faces were meant to be of angels or demons.

The Assumption of the Virgin - circa 1490, artist unknown. Intriguing saucer shapes throughout the background.

UFO Coin, 1680 French Medal commemorating a wheel like object UFO sighting

The Madonna with Saint Giovannino - above Mary's left shoulder is a shining, or glowing, disk shaped object. A man and his dog is seen looking up at the disk. Painted in the 15th century, Palazzo Vecchio lists the artist as unknown; although it is attributed to the Lippi school. Notice that dark, sparkling, disassembled figure beside them. Is that a demon, a dwarf, an ethereal being, or what? The body, legs, head, and tail can be made out. Could this represent a type of alien or demon, known to the artist? Also, Mary's halo seems a bit shadowy: more like a vaporous disc than a ring of light – darker inside, smoky.

These carvings, on display in the British Museum, are from Iraq and date back to around 5,000 to 4,500 B.C. Many ancient people groups and many even in current times, have reported reptilian looking beings in association with UFO activity. These are clear examples of this.

This carving was found in Kiev, Ukraine. It is approx 6,000 years old (4,000 BC). Given the context of where and when it came from, it is very difficult to explain this carving as not being of something “other worldly”.

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. Notice the halo looking objects over their heads, which is identical to the ones in the photos above from Toro Muerto, Peru.

This image is from a cave drawing in France. It's from the cave of Pech Merle which is near Le Cabrerets. It's approx date is 17,000 - 15,000 BC. The scene depicts a field of various wildlife with several UFO-looking objects. On the enlargement on the right you can see three UFO-shaped objects with a man gazing on them.

This rock painting was found in the Sego Canyon in Utah and is from approx 5,500 B.C. Notice the odd looking beings. The large eyes are reminiscent of modern reports of “aliens” having disproportionally large eyes.

This petroglyph was found in Querato, Mexico. It dates back to 5000 B.C. In this you can see four figures with outstretched arms standing underneath an interesting object which appears to be iminating light rays. The object could be explained as being the sun if it weren't for the multiple circles all over it. Also take notice of the UFO looking object to the left of the light-sphere which is also over the heads of the figures.

These two photographs of Peruvian rock are are from Toro Muerto and date back to 12-14,000 years ago. Take notice of the halo looking object over their heads. In the photo on the right there is some sort of object to the left of the main character which is reminiscent of an UFO.

These cave paintings date back to approx 3,000 B.C and are from Kimberley, Australia. These are more ancient paintings of what the local Aborigines call the Wandjina. Notice how these also possess the same dominate characteristics: the eyes and the halo-type object around the heads. Most of these also possess the bulbous head which the famous “greys” are said to possess.

These cave paintings are from the area of the Glenelg River in Kimberly, Northern Australia. These photographs are taken from the book, “ Journals of Two Expeditions of Discovery in North-West and Western Australia 1837, 1838, & 1839”, by Lt. Grey. Lt. Grey led an expedition and came across these cave drawings. The local Aborigines know these figures as the Wandjina. Again, just as has been found all over the planet, notice the same halo-looking objects over their heads. Also, notice that other than the halo-type object, the eyes are the dominate features of these beings.

A painting called "roue celeste flamboyante", which means "blazing celestial coil", depicts a sighting of a burning wheel in the year 900 over Japan. It is thought by many that, since the monks are depicted as being open and friendly, they had some level of friendly contact with the extraterrestrials. The presence of the winged creature is meaningful but unknown to most.

This cave painting is also from Tassili, Sahara Desert in North Africa, 6000 B.C. This figure also does not look human. Notice the same halo-looking object around the head that we see in some of the other paintings from other parts of the world.

This cave painting is from Tassili, Sahara Desert in North Africa. It dates back to 6000 B.C. The figures do not look human. Notice the flying disk in the sky.

This cave painting was found in Kolo, Tanzania. It's also approx 29,000 yrs old. Notice the entities surrounding a woman and another entity looking down while sitting inside some sort of object.

This cave painting was found in Itolo, Tanzania. It's approx 29,000 yrs old. Notice the obvious UFO-shaped objects as well as the objects which both of them appear to be dropping from the bottom.

This fresco entitled "The Crucifixion" was painted in 1350 and is now above the altar at the Visoki Decani Monestary in Kosovo, Serbia. Two objects can be seen in the top left and top right of the artwork. The two enlargements of these objects reveal figures riding inside these unknown craft.


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