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Centuries later, we have the pre-Columbian gold artefacts found in Central America, which appear to be perfect models of flying crafts.Later, in the medieval period, there was an abundance of art produced which appear to depict UFOs in the sky.Read More I'm sure there are other living beings in the universe. I've personally read accounts of the Vimanas from ancient Vedic text and have seen the remains from what appears to be a city destroyed by an Atomic Blast such as those thousands of years later in 20th Japan(1945).Yet, I wonder why we assume that they were/are cleverer than us? There is no question in my mind that this planet Earth has been and will from time-to-time be visited by extra-galactic neighbors.Startling evidence of the once vibrant Jewish life in Iraq came to light in May 2003 — over 2,700 books and tens of thousands of documents were discovered in the flooded basement of the Iraqi intelligence headquarters by a US Army team.The Office of Institutional Diversity and Equity (OIDE) is charged with ensuring that the Stony Brook University experience provides equal opportunity and is safe, welcoming and free from discrimination.
In the pyramids of Egypt, archaeologists have found hieroglyphs that resemble the UFOs that are described in sightings up to the present day.The 14 century painting called 'The Crucifixion', which is located above the altar at the Visoki Decani Monestary in Kosovo, appears to depict a man in some kind of craft looking back over his shoulder.As the ‘debunkers’ correctly point out, none of these ancient depictions alone can be taken as conclusive evidence of the existence of extra-terrestrial life.Some ancient depictions of flying objects in the sky were undoubtedly astronomical in nature: comets, bright meteors, planets that can be seen with the naked eye, or atmospheric optical phenomena such as lenticular clouds.
An example is Halley's Comet, which was recorded first by Chinese astronomers in 240 BC and possibly as early as 467 BC.
Such sightings throughout history often were treated as supernatural portents, angels, or other religious omens.