7 Striking Depictions of UFO in Ancient Art

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Saharan petroglyphs showing a potential UFO contact scene

#4 Tassili n’Ajjer Rock Paintings

A vast area of Sahara desert in South Algeria is home to more than 15 000 rock paintings. Some of them are as old as 12 000 years. The name Tassili n’Ajjer translates to Plateau of Rivers because it was once rich with water and vegetation. This is also evident from some of the paintings. Many describe daily lives of the inhabitants or wild nature and animals. Some other paintings, however, seem to depict ghosts, monsters (aliens?) and once again, ancient astronauts. A round fortified helmet with a visor. Bulging suit. Long gloves and knee-high chubby boots. Is that how the ancients idolized their deities and monsters, or is this yet another proof of the ancient astronauts’ visit and best evidence of UFO existence?

Some other paintings, however, seem to depict ghosts, monsters (aliens?) and once again, ancient astronauts. A round fortified helmet with a visor. Bulging suit. Long gloves and knee-high chubby boots. Is that how the ancients idolized their deities and monsters, or is this yet another proof of the ancient astronauts’ visit and best evidence of UFO existence?

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