Friday, August 3, 2012

UFO Artwork

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Here we can see several examples of multiple paintings that may have some kind of alien connection. There are a vast number of paintings, drawings and tapestries around history with some kind of weird elements, leading us to think why the artist painted something like that...

Let's assume and artist get paid to paint Jesus crucifixion, the artist start painting what he knew that supposedly happened during that time.  Then he will finish the painting with things he know to be everywhere, for example: houses, people on the background, vegetation, sky, clouds, flying birds...Why paint some kind of flying machine with people on the inside. Are they used to see those flying crafts everyday like you see clouds and birds on the sky? Why paint something like that if that's not part of the everyday life or part of the crucifixion? 

A fresco entitled "The Crucifixion" was painted in 1350. It is located above the altar at the Visoki Decani Monestary in Kosovo, Yugoslavia. The two objects in the painting, which could be considered UFO's have people on the inside and some kind of rays coming out of the back of the flying machine.

The above painting is "The Annunciation" by Carlo Crivelli, it hangs in the National Gallery, London. A disk shaped flying object is throwing down a beam of light down onto Mary's head. Also there is a man in the middle of the painting looking at the sky and covering his eyes with the hand, like the light is too much to handle.

“Adoration of the Child with St. Benedict and Angels” by Vincenzo Foppa, 1478.  Here we can see Virgin Mary with baby Jesus, two angels floating looking and pointing at the baby that anyone don’t seem to notice.  In the upper part of the painting we can see a cloud with an angel emitting rays of light floating in the sky, on the ground a sheepper is looking at the angel in the sky covering his eyes from the glowing of the rays.   

"The Miracle of the Snow" by Masolino Da Panicale (1383-1440).  It hangs at the church of Santa Maria Maggiore, Florence, Italy.  It shows Jesus and Mary on what appear to be disc-shaped lenticular clouds with multiple similar shaped clouds all around the sky.  Some people in the background are looking at the sky with amazement.  

        “The Birth of Jesus”, 1424 by Master Francke in Kunsthalle, Hamburg. Here we can see the cloud from were God in some kind of orb is transmitting something by rays of lights to baby Jesus. We can also see three angels surrounding Mary looking at the baby. Also some kind of other angel in the upper right with some kind of banner with writings, the two sheppers on the ground watching that angel.

"Glorification of the Eucharist", painted in 1600 by Bonaventura Salimbeni.  It hangs in the church of San Lorenzo in San Pietro. Notice the satellite like device.  It may be some kind of stylized representation of the Earth. Jesus and father are manipulating some kind of antennae coming out of the "Earth" looking down to the people on the ground.  Also there are two angels head look at them from both sides. One of the men on the ground is looking up at them with amazement.

"Madonna con Bambino" by Carlo Crivelli (Pinacoteca di Ancona). Virgin Mary with Jesus. On the back we see several airplane like figures on the sky.
"The Madonna with Saint Giovannino" by Domenico Ghirlandaio (1449-1494) it hangs as part of the Loeser collection in the Palazzo Vecchio. Above Mary's right shoulder is a disk shaped object hovering in the sky. On the ground a man and his dog can be seen looking up at the object, he is covering his eyes from the rays of light coming out of the flying object. 
"The Baptism of Christ", by Aert de Gelder, painted in 1710 and hangs in the Fitzwilliam Musuem, Cambridge.  A disk shaped, UFO type object is shining beams of light down upon John the Baptist and Jesus during Jesus baptism.

"Le Livre Des Bonnes Moeurs" by Jacques Legrand. You can find this book in Chantilly Condé's Museum ref 1338, 297 part 15 B 8. The sphere may represent a balloon, but there was no balloon in france in 1338.  Also we can see several saucer shaped gold objects hovering in the sky with some kind of rays coming from the bottom of the objects.

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1 comment:

  1. Yup, people have seen them in the past too. I saw a HUGE black equilateral triangle back in 1989. I had never heard of any sighting like that, until years later. Now they are common.