7 Striking Depictions of UFO in Ancient Art

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Val Camonica petroglyphs seem to explicitly show ancient astronauts








#2 Rock Drawings in Val Camonica

These amazing petroglyphs originated circa 10 000 BC. First they were described in 1909 by a Brescian geographer Walter Laeng. Some of the paintings show humanoid figures dressed in protective suits and holding strange objects. Could this be another depiction of UFO in ancient art? Here’s another oddity. This site in Italy holds one of the largest collections of prehistoric petroglyphs in the world, or more precisely, 250 000 rock paintings. Was the Camunni tribe the only author behind this amazing art, or someone else? The drawings range thematically from cosmology, rituals, and figurative symbols to some strange depictions which don’t seem to have an underlying logic. Or is it that we can’t decipher their meaning? The Italian Alps may be hiding a greater secret than previously thought.

Here’s another oddity. This site in Italy holds one of the largest collections of prehistoric petroglyphs in the world, or more precisely, 250 000 rock paintings. Was the Camunni tribe the only author behind this amazing art, or someone else? The drawings range thematically from cosmology, rituals, and figurative symbols to some strange depictions which don’t seem to have an underlying logic. Or is it that we can’t decipher their meaning? The Italian Alps may be hiding a greater secret than previously thought.

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  • Detective Rust Cohle

    Apparently nobody proof read this article and saw the duplicate paragraphs.

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