by Ivan Petricevic
Dating back at least
10,000 years, the intricate cave paintings found in a cave in India
depict humans, animals, and everyday life in 8,000 BCE, but also
kangaroos and giraffes not native to India.
However, the most
stunning parts of the cave paintings are the mysterious
Alien Creatures and
UFO's which according to many, are
evidence of Ancient Alien contact.
Several rock paintings found in the Chhattisgarh cave in India have
given rise to countless conspiracy theories related to Aliens.
While many remain
unconvinced that these ancient paintings are evidence of alien
contact, locals people, and even researchers say it's very possible.
The paintings show scenes that are believed to have been painted
more than 10,000 years ago, in which several strange beings - and
UFO like objects - appear to come down from the sky.
paintings feature several "spheres" which scientists have not been
able to identify.
Evidence of otherworldly beings?
The cave paintings are out of this world.
The archeology department in the area is believed to have asked the
ISRO space agency for help in determining the strange nature of the
Could this be the ultimate evidence that supports the
Astronaut theory that presupposes intelligent extraterrestrial
beings visited Earth and made contact with humans in antiquity and
According to comments made by J.R. Bhagat, there is no
question that these paintings depict anything other than
Archaeologists believe its evidence of a forbidden history that has
survived only because it was written in stone.
In addition to the award creatures and disc-shaped objects, many of
the paintings are the usual drawings of humans, animals and everyday
life in 8,000 BCE.
But it also stunned many
because some depict kangaroos and giraffes (not native to India at
all) and fish-like-creatures.
E.T. Is that you?
"The findings suggest
that humans in prehistoric times may have seen or imagined
beings from other planets which still create curiosity among
people and researchers.
Extensive research is
needed for further findings.
presently doesn't have any such expert who could give clarity on
the subject. The paintings are done in natural colors that have
hardly faded despite the years.
The strangely carved
figures are seen holding weapon-like objects and do not have
clear features. The nose and mouth are missing, and in a few
pictures they are even shown wearing spacesuits.
We can't refuse the
possibility of imagination by prehistoric men, but humans
usually fancy such things," said archeologists J.R. Bhagat.
The times of India
doesn't seem to give in to the conspiracy theory and is convinced -
as many other readers - that we have actual, conclusive evidence of
alien contact in ancient times.
The article posted online indicates how,
"There are several
beliefs among locals in these villages.
While few worship the
paintings, others narrate stories they have heard from ancestors
about 'rohela people' - the small sized ones - who used to land
from the sky in a round shaped flying object and take away one
or two persons in the village who never returned."
But what makes this story
even more fascinating perhaps, is the fact that similar ancient cave
paintings have been found all over the globe.
It's as if ancient
cultures around the world saw on a global scale something in the
sky, and possibly even among them, that they had to write down in
stone, hoping that their story would be deciphered one day.
This is a cave painting (Wandjinas)
found in Kimberley, Australia.
They were painted by the native Aborigines
approximately 5,000 years ago.
These are some of the ancient petroglyphs
discovered in Utah, in the Barrier Canyon.
Just as many other cave paintings,
these too depict a number of tall beings
with similarly shaped heads
as to the ones found in Australia,
and other parts of the world.
Rock Art found at
Kakadu National Park, NT, Australia.