Here is a monastery in Yugoslavia that you can see here is a very fine fresco that was done somewhere in the realm of 1539. And it’s a depiction of Jesus on the cross. But here we have in the back drop of it this – strange aerial phenomenon being piloted by humans.
Here’s another interesting painting of the [Madonna and Saint Giovannino by Domenico
Ghirlandaio]. And you can see here – very interesting religious painting, but as a back drop to the painting, watch this, look over her left shoulder. You see a gentleman with a dog, shielding his eye, and looking up in the sky at something… it looks very much to be some type of glowing or gaseous emitting craft that has enough attention so that the dog and the gentlemen are looking up. And the artist made such a point to put that type of detail into the picture.
One of my favorite artifacts to show people is in the British Museum, there is on display the Flood Tablet. And it tells in a very primitive form of Akkadian script, very close to cuneiform script, a tale of how an Annunaki, a Sumerian god, chooses a man called Utnapishtim… to build a craft and to take aboard all living things that he could find in the area. Plants, animals, his family, but it’s a tale that’s echoed out in a stone version where the curator, it was actually an assistant curator to the British Museum – his name was George Smith. And when he found this tablet while doing an excavation… he started to read and decipher this and he threw his hands up in amazement and couldn’t believe that here he has in stone an actual tale of the Noah’s Ark. But it’s in a Sumerian derivative that’s thousands of years before any known tale.