8 Cave Paintings depicting Aliens

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All over the world there are unexplained cave paintings that archeologists struggle to explain. Here are 8 cave paintings depicting aliens / UFOs. It is believed that prehistoric caveman used to draw whatever he used to see, hence the existences of the images of UFOs and aliens in the various cave drawings certainly prove that aliens and UFOs are not the yield of creative minds only.

Sego Canyon, Utah, USA

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Large eyes and missing limbs of the creatures would certainly remind you of visitors from the outer space. These paintings are found to be 7,500 years old.

Val Camonica, Italy

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Dating back to 10,000 B.C., there are several strange depictions in this Italian caves. It appears to depict two beings in protective suits holding strange implements. Notice the halo looking objects over their heads, which is very similar to other early cave drawings and paintings.

Niaux caves, France

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What looks exactly an outline diagram of a spaceship as seen in sci-fi movies is actually a cave drawing that is found in the Niaux caves of France. This Paleolithic cave painting was drawn some time between 13,000 B.C. and 10,000 B.C.

Tassili, Sahara desert, Algeria

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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.

Itolo, Tanzania

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Several disc shaped objects are seen in the cave drawings of Itolo, in Tanzania that dates back to 27,000 B.C.

Cave of Pech Merle, France

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The drawings in the cave of Pech Merle near Le Cabrerets in France depict a field of different wild animals, amidst which there is a strange looking humanoid structure that has limbs and a tail as well. There is no reason to believe that this figure was imaginative as all the other animals seen in the drawing can be recognized. Three flying objects are also seen in this drawing that was drawn about 17000 to 19000 years ago.

Kimberly, Australia

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These cave paintings date back to approximately 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.

Chhattisgarh, India

We already write about this one here. These paintings which are about 10,000 years old depict humanoid figures that do not have nose or lips and are characterized by large bulging eyes only.

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3 thoughts on “8 Cave Paintings depicting Aliens

  • October 26, 2016 at 10:26 am
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    hello, can you tell me where i can get some books showing the ancient drawings of the aliens in what looks like space suits please

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  • November 4, 2016 at 4:20 am
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     For those of us who need ‘rational’ explanation of the phenomenon of Jesus (amongst many many other personifications of the Divinity introduced into our matter illusionary ‘reality’ – Buddha, Lao Tse, Krishna, Ramana Maharishi in South India, Ramakrishna in Bengal), I’ll present a perfectly concrete model, though for myself I presume it was totally beyond our comprehension. 
     
    In ‘Childhood’s End’  Sir Arthur C. Clarke suggests that there are scores of different beings in a hierarchy ascending to God.  Who or what they are is beyond our imagination – try to picture the concept of a human being in the ‘mind’ of a mosquito or microbe.  And this comparison is immeasurably closer, in my opinion, than the ‘distance’ between humans and the next higher type of beings – the first rank above us in the hierarchy of unknowable scores of beings between God and us. 
     
    In Clarke’s books, the Beings that are closest to us have some specific task of watching over us (as we do over endangered species, for example) and periodically interfere one way or another into our evolutionary process. God has given us Evolution (so much for the eternal dispute between evolutionists and creationists) in order to see the eventual improvement of the caveman (which we still are) into something more civilized and intelligent. (Clarke’s tetrology starting with ‘2001: A Space Odyssey’ and finished with ‘3001’).
     
    The last known to us major event was when They, for whatever incomprehensible to us reason of their own, needed to create a Being by combining their nature and ours. Their technology and their version of in-vitro fertilization had to be tested on an older woman before subjecting a young Miriam to the process.  It had been tested before, with Sarah and Abraham, which resulted in Isaac’s birth and again on Zacharias’ elderly wife, Elizabeth. So, when Elizabeth became pregnant and everything was evolving according to expectations, Miriam was impregnated and The Savior was begotten.  John The Baptist was born and soon after He arrived for His life on Earth.          http://www.nepaugchurch.org/pm/pm19970730.htm
     
    Why did They decide to have John precede Christ?
    Why the script leading to Crucifixion?  First of all, it was a test: if the Israelites could have recognized the divine nature of The Messiah the events would have gone in a different direction.  They didn’t.
    And though They knew the odds of it in advance, They still chose to give us yet another chance. Unfortunately Evolution had not yet taken us to that point, so the sacrifice was necessary. Perhaps it was only for Them to be able to somehow experience through Him human emotions, such as pain, love, joy…. Who knows? Not us.
     
    The proof of my hypothesis of the necessity of tests was the resurrection of Lazarus on the fourth day – exactly one week prior to the planned resurrection of The Christ.
    John The Baptist’s birth and resurrection of Lazarus – two, out of probably many others, events, that seem totally unnecessary by themselves, but clearly justified in the light of the importance of the following, apparently absolutely necessary ones. 
    The very beginning and the very end of Christ’s life on Earth in a human body – both were preceded by tests.

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  • March 8, 2017 at 5:46 am
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    Always an interesting subject no doubt. As for images that “could” be interpreted as representing alien visitation, I find only 3 of these images compelling.

    1- Niaux caves, France, without doubt wins. There’s no mistaking this one for anything other than what it looks like and that is the very typical craft we in modern times are so familiar with.

    2- Itolo, Tanzania, is very compelling as well because it too also looks like nothing but another type of craft we are also familiar with, albeit not as common as the one in Niaux.

    3- Cave of Pech Merle, France is interesting no doubt. For it seems to be depicting crafts that are maneuvering and doing “something” not unlike many contemporary witnesses have either claimed or documented.

    As for the humanoid figures? While some “could” be aliens in “spacesuits” I can also see them as nothing more but embellishments of ideals/gods or perhaps ceremonial representation of a mask/costume wearing tribesman depicting a date of importance. Therefore, I reject them. (Although they are interesting.)

    But the first one? VERY HAUNTING.

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