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UFO And Alien Signs Hidden In Antiques

UFO And Alien Signs Hidden In Antiques

Conspiracy theorists have come up with a novel claim, yet again. This one is associated with aliens and UFO. In accordance with them, century old tapestry, paintings and the cave drawings portray symbols and shapes which resemble UFOs and extraterrestrials.

Even, when the art experts say that the conspiracy theorists are trying to misread the ancient religious figures and symbols, it will be interesting for the readers to take a look:

1 – The Annunciation with Saint Emidius, 1486

Location: National Gallery, Trafalgar Square, London, UK

UFO And Alien Signs Hidden In Antiques

-painted by Italian artist Carlo Crivelli, 1486. The acumen to fabricate it was, celebrate the announcement pursued by Angel Gabriel to the Virgin Mary, of her giving birth to Lord Jesus.

Conspiracy theorist suggest – ring depicts on the top left is a UFO spacecraft.

Art experts suggest –  a small collection of angels gathered in a circle.

2 – Ume No Chirri, 1844

Location: private collection

UFO And Alien Signs Hidden In Antiques

– Urobune gives reference to a mystical object found meandering off the shoreline of Eastern Japan’s Hitachi province. In accordance with the illustration, the object was made of steel and glass and could fit in a small human. Theorists suggest it to be a UFO.

3 – Glorification of the Eucharist, 1600

Location: Church of St. Peter in Montalcino, Siena, Italy

UFO And Alien Signs Hidden In Antiques

-the Italian artist Ventura Salimbeni portrays an art work with God and Jesus looking over the God’s kingdom. There is a strange rounded object sat between the two.

Conspiracy theorist suggests- the round object has close resemblance with Russia’s Sputnik satellite launched in 1957.

4- Saint Wolfgang and the Devil, 1475

Location: altarpiece in Sankt Wolfgang im Salzkammergut cathedral, Austria

UFO And Alien Signs Hidden In Antiques

-the Austrian Renaissance painter Michael Pacher fabricated this work. It centered on the legend where in Saint Wolfgang tricked the devil into constructing a church.

Conspiracy theorist suggests- the figure depicted in the painting could represent an alien who visited the Earth.

However, this theory had no strong proofs, because the devil has been shown in a variety of forms all the time.

5 – The Baptism of Christ, 1710

Location: Fitzwilliam Museum, Trumpington St, Cambridge, UK

UFO And Alien Signs Hidden In Antiques

– The painting was pursued by the Dutch artist Aert De Gelder in the 18th

Conspiracy theorist suggests- the disc like object portrayed shining light onto Lord Jesus and John the Baptist, could be a UFO.

Art expert say- the painting has reference to a religious passage, which implies that heaven opened and the Spirit descended like a dove, which then projected lights upon them.

6 – Peruvian Hill Carving, 6th Century

Location: Nazca Desert, Peru

UFO And Alien Signs Hidden In Antiques

-the Peruvian desert is known for centuries old carvings. Many date back to first and sixth centuries. There is this image which depicts a 6th century Peruvian hill carving, which appears to show an alien-like figure.

The theory goes- the local residents carved these as a message to give the aliens a signal that their visits were of importance to them.

Art expert say- there is an equal probability that the carvings are messages to ancient Peruvian Gods.

7 – The Madonna with Saint Giovannino, 15th Century

Location: The Loeser collection in the Palazzo Vecchio, Florence, Italy

UFO And Alien Signs Hidden In Antiques

– The painting was made by Italian artist Domenico Ghirlandaio. It depicted Mary, Mother of Lord Jesus, looking down on two children. Towards the right of Mary’s head, a flying object is observed. A shepherd is also witnessed in the painting, trying to protect his eyes from the sun and pointing towards it.

Conspiracy theorists suggest – it can be a UFO.

Art experts-shining divine light from the cloud is the symbol of religious significance.


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