Ancient aliens and ancient technology?

We can find many ancient sculptures and drawings that can point to ancient alien visitors and unexplained ancient technology, if we use our imaginations a little bit.

Here are some examples of ancient sculptures and drawings that point to ancient alien visitors and unexplained ancient technology that don’t even require us to use our imaginations, in my opinion.

Let’s see what you think!

The above glyph [hieroglyphic character or symbol] carved into a lintel [A lintel or lintol is a structural horizontal block that spans the space or opening between two vertical supports.] in the temple of Seti I in Abydos, Egypt.

If these aren’t carvings of a helicopter and other flying ships, what are they?

The Dendera “lightbulb” is a picture carved as a set of stone reliefs in the Hathor temple at the Dendera temple complex in Egypt.

Scientists have determined there is no evidence of soot on the ceilings or walls deep inside any of these temples and tombs, including the pyramids, from torches.  So, how did they make all of these intricate paintings and carvings in the dark? 

A carving in the portico of the Catedral Nueva in Salamanca, Spain, dating back to 1513.

If this isn’t an astronaut, then what is it?

Sculpture located in the Istanbul Museum.  Known as “the Istanbul rocket.” It is over 2,000 years old.

“The Crucifixion.” Located in the Visoki Decani Monastery, in Metohia, Yugoslavia, built in 1330 and still standing.  This fresco is located above the altar.  

So, what do YOU think now?

Like I said, these items don’t require the use of your imagination…, just allowing yourself to believe your own eyes and some common sense.

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