Mathilda’s Weird World Weblog

July 1, 2008

Aliens from prehistory

Filed under: Aliens, UFO's — Tags: , , — mathilda37 @ 12:55 pm

So, there are quite a few depictions of what I’d loosely describe as ‘aliens’ in cave art, some of them are pretty ancient.

Sego Canyon Utah, 7,500 BP.

From Tassili, 8,000 BP.

Val Comonica, Italy, c. 12,000 BP.  Kiev ‘alien’ figure, 6,000 BP. This is the most convincing one, in my opinion.

Wandjina’s from Australian cave art. These are meant to be spirits that bring rain. They are meant to be about the same size as children (Greys?).

Legends about the Wandjina say that they once caused a great flood that devastated the landscape and wiped out the human race. Disappointed with the corrupt behavior of humans, the Wandjina opened their mouths and released a torrent of water (Sounds familiar).

After the flood, the Wandjina spread out to different parts of the land. They created new humans and helped them set up a new society. To prevent further floods, the Wandjina kept their mouths closed. In time, their mouths disappeared completely.

There are quite a few medieval depictions, I’ll do them in another entry.

2 Comments »

  1. What’s this “PB” stuff?
    I’m not changing the entire way we keep
    count of time and dating, simply because
    a small handful of creepy spooky trash
    want to erase the name of some guy named
    Jesus, the way they tried to erase Tesla.
    Tell it like it is, 12,000 BC!

    Comment by Kevin Perkins — September 30, 2008 @ 3:47 am

  2. BP means ‘before present’, you can also use KYA (thousand years ago). Some people bet a bit confused with the BC/AD system.

    Comment by mathilda37 — September 30, 2008 @ 8:42 am


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