This page contains ancient drawings of both aliens and ufos. These drawings of ancient aliens are famous, and many of them are featured in museums and are also available to the general public through cave viewings. The depictions of aliens and ufos are obvious, thinking that these pictures and artwork represent other things is possible. However the more realistic idealogy is that these are things that these ancient people saw a long time ago and they represented them through drawings. Often times stories about ancient aliens accompany the drawings, some stories of ancient aliens were handed down generation to generation.
This Ufo Artwork is Dated B.C. (before Christ). For artwork dated A.D (after death of Christ) click here or go farther down this page and click on Page 3.
IMPORTANT: One defining factor in many of these pictures is the Halo around the head of the alien. In my opinion this means that they are Angelic, like Angels, meaning from Heaven, (heaven-the sky-or the heavens).
The above image is of an actual sighting that occurred in Nuremburg on the 14th April 1561. It appeared in a local broadsheet and was a woodcut by Hans Glasser. The globes, crosses and tubes began to fight one another, and this went on for an hour. Then they all fell to earth, as if on fire, and faded slowly away producing a lot of steam. Afterwards a black spear-like object was seen, and the whole event was taken to be a divine warning. Held at the Wickiana Collection, Zurich Central Library.
This broadsheet picture by Samuel Coccius illustrates a UFO sighting over Basel, Switzerland in 1566. 'Large black Globes' appeared in the skies. It is held at the Wickiana Collection, Zurich Central Library.
The above painting is by Bonaventura Salimbeni entitled "Glorification of the Eucharist", painted in 1600. Notice the Sputnik satellite device. It hangs in the church of San Lorenzo in San Pietro. It is considered by some to be a stylised representation of the Earth but I have included it here as it still looks interesting.
This is a French jeton minted in 1680, a coin-like educational tool that was commonly used to help people count money, or sometimes used as a money substitute for playing games. It is about the size of a U.S. quarter-dollar and similar to thousands of other jetons with different religious and educational designs that were produced and used in Europe during the 16th and 17th centuries. It appears to commemorate a UFO sighting of a wheel like object. Some researchers feel it represents the Biblical Ezekiel's wheel. The Latin inscription 'OPPORTUNUS ADEST' translates as 'It is here at an opportune time".
This is a 17th century fresco and is located in the Svetishoveli Cathedral in Mtskheta, Georgia. Notice the two saucer shaped objects either side of Christ. In the two blow ups you can see they contain faces.
More wheels! This picture shows a UFO sighting over Hamburg, Germany 4 November 1697. The objects were described as "two glowing wheels".
This image is by flemish artist Aert De Gelder and is entitled "The Baptism of Christ" It was painted in 1710 and hangs in the Fitzwilliam Musuem, Cambridge. A disk shaped object is shining beams of light down on John the Baptist and Jesus.