UFO and Alien Presence in History

Unusual objects being spotted in the sky and drawings of strange-looking little men have formed well before the existence of modern man. The very first depiction of cylindrical objects in the shape of UFOs is shown in the 47,000 year old, Neanderthal-age drawing that has been located on the rocks and mountains in Hunan Province, China.


UFO skeptics claim that lots of people have seen objects on the horizon which they cannot identify, but to any astronomer, these perceptions may be a weather balloon, a star, or perhaps a meteor. Some individuals have even mistaken lenticular clouds for UFOs. Yet, true believers talk about the lengthy good reputation for alleged UFOs and their alien passengers as proof why these sightings are phenomena that go far beyond science.

According to UFO researchers and enthusiasts, a history of alien creatures and spacecraft is found around the globe in the types of artwork, oral legends, tablets, monuments, and petroglyphs. A recorded account of your UFO sighting dates back towards the 1504-1450 B.C. writing of an Egyptian papyrus, who describes the thing like a "fire circle." After a couple of days, he noticed that really them appeared above until they reached the boundaries of heaven, then over time, ascended higher in to the sky and disappeared.

A written report recorded inside the Bible by Exekiel describes a stranger sighting of four living creatures by means of men. Each had four faces and four wings and darted back and forth just like a lightning flash.

Roman author Julius Obsequens compiled the ebook Prodigorium liber to spotlight preternatural sights with one account tracing back to 90 B.C. In 216 B.C., an individual describes a fire in the sky with "things like ships were seen in the sky over Italy," also described as a "round shield."

There are numerous other reports of strange lights, objects, and creatures that continued throughout the early periods of A.D. with similarities to modern reports. In 13th century England, a pile of fire was reported to possess rose from your south, crossed the sky to the north, then increased speed and flew to the sky.

In Japan in 1232, the first official investigation into UFOs took place after individuals an army saw strange lights that swerved around on the horizon for a lot of hours. It absolutely was finally concluded being just "wind making the heavens sway," which itself might not have scientific backing.

Astronomers also have reported similar UFO sightings. In 1762 in Switzerland, amateur astronomer Monsieur de Rostan captured the first UFO photograph. He tracked a spindle-shaped object crossing the sun, which can be supported by several other astronomers. Later in 1799, the English Gentleman's Magazine featured a write-up that detailed full of viewing of the pillar of fireside (the identical account of fire) passing in the north to the south.

Unlike pre-modern men, modern guys have had the oppertunity to trace inexplicable appearances using radar from your ground and in the sky. They even can hold the technology to make deceptive UFO phenomena using effects or falsified documents. Yet, because the Neanderthal era, reports of UFO and alien sightings which strongly resemble modern ones have appeared. These reports remain largely inexplicable and hold bases for further investigations.