Matthew Hurley’s UFO Artwork
This is an amazing collection of artwork depicting UFO’s through the ages! Some of the artwork represents actual sightings, others feature UFOs in a religious context.
Here are 8 of my favourites:
“These petroglyphs were created thousands of years ago by ancient Indians in the American Southwest. According to Indian folklore, two objects collided high in the sky and one crash-landed in the region of Death Valley. Some men arrived (presumably in another ship) and spent some time repairing the damaged Craft and were observed by the local Indians…”
“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.”
“A number of reptilian entities found in Iraq. They are dated at 5000-4500 BC. “
“This is an illustration from a book ‘Ume No Chiri (Dust of Apricot)’ published in 1803. A foreign ship and crew witnessed at Haratonohama (Haratono Seashore) in Hitachi no Kuni (Ibaragi Prefecture), Japan this strange object. According to the explanation in the drawing, the outershell was made of iron and glass, and strange letters shown in this drawing were seen inside the ship.”
“This image of a crusader date from a 12th century manuscript ‘Annales Laurissenses’ (volumes/books about historical and religion events) and refers to a UFO sighting in the year 776, during the siege on Sigiburg castle, France. The Saxons besieged and surrounded the French people. They both were fighting when suddenly a group of discs (flaming shields) appeared hovering over the top of the church. It appeared to the Saxons that the French were protected by these objects and the Saxons fled.”
Taken from a fresco entitled ‘The Crucifixion’ and painted in 1350…
“The above painting is by Carlo Crivelli (1430-1495) and is called ‘The Annunciation’ (1486) and hangs in the National Gallery, London. A disk shaped object is shining a pencil beam of light down onto the crown of Mary’s head… “
“The above picture depicts Jesus and Mary on what appear to be lenticular clouds. The painting is entitled ‘The Miracle of the Snow’ and was painted by Masolino Da Panicale (1383-1440) and hangs at the church of Santa Maria Maggiore, Florence, Italy. “
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