Ufo in art history

UFOs in the paintings

If with the same eye we looked at the ancient Akkadian Sumerian texts, the Bible, the Vedas, the apocryphal gospels we also looked at recent paintings of a few centuries ago, what would come out? Did the painters want to represent unknown flying objects that even in those epochs crossed the skies of the entire planet? or did they want to represent anything else?

In a painting of the church of San Domenico in Gubbio (Pg) by the Perugia painter Girolamo Danti of the 16th century, there is an unusual detail: The artist depicts an object that appears to be a modern satellite.

The “Crucifixion” painted in the first decades of the 14th century is located in the third level of the dome in the Visoki Decani Monastery in Kosovo. Here the UFOs would be the two strange objects on the sides of the cross, this is the detail of one of the two.

In this “Annunciation” by Carlo Crivelli, a ray that descends from the sky and hits the Madonna, would start from an unidentified flying object of discoid shape that is found in the clouds.
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Around the end of the 16th century Ventura Salimbeni painted this “Exaltation of the Eucharist” in the church of San Pietro in Montalcino. Even this work of art is often taken into consideration by various sector experts. In fact, the object depicted between Jesus Christ and God the Father would closely resemble an artificial satellite.

Aert De Gelder is the author of this “Baptism of Christ”, preserved in the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge. Ufologists identify an unidentified flying object in the luminous disk in the sky from which rays of light start.

Photo of the crucified Christ In the Svetitskhoveli cathedral of Mtskheta in Georgia there is this Crucifixion which is often called into question in discussions related to the presence of UFOs in art. What do the two objects on the sides of the cross represent?

This is the 15th century painting “The Madonna and Child with Saint John”, attributed to Sebastiano Mainardi. This is the painting that made ufologists most discuss, who see in the scene at the top right, behind the shoulders of the Madonna, the testimony of a “close encounter” with an unidentified flying object. In the scene in question we see a character who, with one hand on his forehead, looks towards the sky. With him a dog turned towards the strange object

In the church of SS. Mariano and Giacomo in Gubbio (Pg), “La Pietà” by the painter Doni Dono is proposed at the end of 500, where an object suspended in the air can be seen on the background of the painting looking at the top of the hill.

It is part of the Vatican Wood Reliquary Box and reproduces the Virgin Mary in front of her son’s tomb and a strange flying object whose shape is very similar to that of modern UFOs.

Cesare Valocchia

Cesare Valocchia was born in Rome in 1970. He is a telecommunications specialist with dedicated fibre optics and data transfer curses. He cultivates two main passions: volunteering in 118 ambulances and ufology. Instructor of cardio-pulmonary resuscitation maneuvers for adults and children, he collected his experiences as a volunteer on the means of the 118 national health emergency service in Rome in an ebook entitled “Non dirmi grazie” “Don’t tell me thank you” His motto is: Helping those who suffer is the best payment. He has devoted himself to ufology since the early 1990s, and has been running the website www.myuforesearch.it since 2011. He conducted the first analysis on the “dancing” Sun of Medjugorje, which linked the UFO phenomenon to the Marian phenomenon. In May 2017, the article was published in the official journal of the National UFO Center. Further analysis of the sighting of unknown flying objects during the “Sun dance” around the world can be found on his website. He has been a member of the National Ufologic Center since 2019.

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