Top Ten Artifacts Depicting Extraterrestrials

Top Ten Artifacts Depicting Extraterrestrials

  1. Sumerian Figure

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  2. Sumerian Relief

    Links: Top 100 Sumerian Artifacts, Relieves and Petroglyphs, Top Ten Middle Eastern Relieves,
  3. Aeronautic Hieroglyphs Found in Abydos Temple, Egypt

    Some believe that these Egyptian hieroglyphs from Abydos Temple depict airplanes.
    Links: Temples, Top Ten Temples, Top Ten African Temples, Top Ten Egyptian Temples,
  4. Tokomai

    In the middle of the 20th century, archaeological excavations on the Japanese island Hondo yielded some interesting statuettes. These unique statuettes were discovered, with 60 height centimeters for 15 of diameter, with an estimated age of 12,000 years old.
    Links: Sculptures, Top 100 Asian Sculptures,,
  5. Kiev Figurine (4,000 BC)

    This strange figure was discovered in Kiev and appears to be wearing some type of suit and helmet.
  6. Nazlet Village Arch

  7. Mesoamerican Figurines

    Links: Top Ten Astronauts,
  8. Val Comonica (10,000 BC)

    Description: This rock art was found in Val Comonica, Italy. The figures are often interpreted as wearing spacesuits.
  9. Tomb of Huy Drawing

  10. Bonus: Sego Canyon Drawings (5,500 BC)

    These drawings were found in Sego Canyon, Utah.
    Links: Top Ten Cave Paintings, Top Ten North American Paintings,
  11. Tassili Mountain Drawings

    In the 19th century French explorer Henri Lhote discovered a series of fantastic rock paintings in the Tassili Mountains of the Sahara desert. These are thought to date back to around 6,000 BC. Lhote described the images as “otherworldly” and even described the appearance of some figures as “Martian.” Some researchers have taken this idea quite literally and interpret the figures as ancient astronauts.
  12. North African Drawing

  13. Haratonohama, Hitachi, Japan (1803)

    Haratonohama, Hitachi, Japan (1803).
  14. Hopi Statuette and Petroglyphs

    Links: Relieves and Petroglyphs, Petroglyphs, Top Ten North American Petroglyphs,
  15. “The Crucifixion” (1350) (Belived to be Depicting the Sun and Moon)

    “The Crucifixion” (1350), housed at the Visoki Decani Monastery in Kosovo, Yugoslavia. In the upper left and right corners, figures ride in what some people interpret as aircraft or spacecraft. It has even been speculated that the “pilots” are operating controls. Others state that the figures are personifications of the sun and moon, which can be identified in similarly themed paintings.
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  16. Bonus: Tombstone of Pacal the Great (Not Spacecraft Related)

    This artifact has been a topic of heated debate and curiosity, though closer examination can be explained by traditional Mayan iconography. The widely accepted interpretation of the sarcophagus lid is that Pakal is descending into Xibalba, the Maya underworld. Around the edges of the lid are glyphs representing the Sun, the Moon, Venus, and various constellations, locating this event in the nighttime sky. Below him is the Maya water god, who guards the underworld. Beneath Pakal are the “unfolded” jaws of a dragon or serpent, into whose mouth Pakal descends. This is a common iconographic representation of the entrance to the underworld. Other examples of this imagery are found in sculpture on Monument 1 “El Rey” and Monument 9 at the Olmec site of Chalcatzingo, Morelos, on Altar 4 at the Olmec site of La Venta, Tabasco and in recently discovered murals at the Late Preclassic Maya site of San Bartolo, Guatemala.
    Links: Relieves and Petroglyphs, Top Ten North American Relieves,
  17. Bonus: Ancient Rocket (Hoax)

    This interesting piece appears to be in the shape of a rocket, but it dates to… It can be seen at the Museum of Archaeology, Istanbul, Turkey.
    Links: Top Ten Turkish Attractions,
  18. Links: Top Ten Extraterrestrial Artifacts, Top Ten Paintings Depicting Extraterrestrials,,  

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