Does the cave paintings suggest something? P-1

 Wandija petroglyphas

From McConkie Utah to Victoria Australia, several localities report prehistoric works of art that depict UFO’s and space aliens.  The Wandjina, found in Kimberley Australia, are among the most striking.  Their pale white or gray skin, large dark eyes, narrow chins, and lack of a nose constitute synapmorphies with the established description of the commonly reported small feeble Zeta-Reticula aliens, which are also known as “the grays.” 

 Many articles I have read state that prehistoric cave paintings or rock paintings show that even early man believed in UFO and creatures from beyond.

Cave paintings are paintings on cave walls and ceilings, especially those that dates back to prehistoric times. The earliest known European cave paintings date to Aurignacian, some 32,000 years ago. Why would they do these cave paintings? Well there are many theories but nothing solid has been confirmed.

Some suggest these paintings are done as a means for hunting magic, an alternative theory suggests that these were done by cro-magnan shamans.

The shaman would go into the darkness of the caves, enter into a trance state and then paint images of their visions, perhaps with some notion of drawing power out of the cave walls themselves. This goes some way toward explaining why some of paintings are found in the the remoteness of some of  deep or small caves) and the variety of subject matter (from prey animals to predators and human hand-prints).

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    Mar 08, 2010 @ 17:51:14

    Nice painting.I have also read state that prehistoric cave paintings or rock paintings show that even early man believed in UFO and creatures from beyond.
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