ANCIENT ASTRONAUTS ! ROCK PAINTINGS IN ITALY SHOW EXTRATERRESTRIAL PRESENCE IN THE PAST

Ancient rock art could prove that aliens once visited Earth, many researchers say of the UFO phenomenon.(Ancient Astronauts)

Ancient Astronauts

The cryptic drawings, known as petroglyphs and discovered in Italy, appear to show two men wearing helmets with strange weapons, proving that ancient astronauts arrived on Earth, according to some.

Petroglyphs appear to show off strange figures in protective suits, while white lines also appear to come from the heads, with some suggesting it depicts the lights built into the helmets. The drawings at Valcamonica, near the central Alps in northern Italy, are believed to be 10,000 years old and are part of a collection of more than 200,000 petroglyphs carved from the rocks of the valley.(Ancient Astronauts)

Most of the drawings are of symbols and animals, but some, like these old astronaut drawings, stand out for their strange nature. “Believers of ancient alien theories point to these rock carvings as evidence of prehistoric alien visits to the land, and claim that the drawings were made by local people recording what they were witnessing at the time”

In 1979, the collection of petroglyphs was recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site – the first in Italy. Conspiracy theorists believe that aliens are represented throughout human history, claiming that aliens have guided the evolution of humanity.

They point to things like the mystery that still surrounds the construction of the pyramids and various other rock drawings as proof that the aliens have come to Earth to give our ancestors a helping hand.

Space entrepreneur Robert Bigelow, CEO of commercial space company Bigelow Aerospace, is just one influential person who believes that aliens have been on Earth, and are still here. He recently said to 60 Minutes from CBS: “I am absolutely convinced that the aliens have visited us. There was and there is an existing presence, an alien presence »What do you think? Leave us your Comment!

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