Explore Aboriginal Art, Cave Painting, and more!

Explore related topics

Wandjina Petroglyphs - Kimberley, Australia. Around about 5,000 years old.

"Each of us comes from somewhere more ancient than any family" John O'Donohue picture is of: Wadjina Petroglyphs: Kimberly, Australia. 5000 yrs old.

wandjina

Of Aboriginal rock paintings found in caves in Kimberley, Australia. Probably there are further performed 5000 years. It would seem that the aborigines have drawn "beings" that could be described today as "aliens".

The Antikythera mechanism was an analog computer from 150-100 BC designed to calculate the positions of astronomical objects

Antikythera Mechanism, an ancient, analog computer designed to calculate astronomical positions thought to have been used by the Ancient Greeks.

The information is sketchy but the basis of the story is that at sometime during the 1950’s a newly married couple, Mr F and Mrs B Morris, moved to Andover, Massachusetts USA. They were disappointe…

The Intriguing Story of the Andover Skull

The Andover Vampire Skull - The Andover skull – experts say it’s real. (is either Nephilim/Giant or UFO alien. Giants come from Noah's son Ham. Aliens from fallen angels and human woman, according to scripture. (photoshopped but interesting idea )

hard-core ufos

Reported UFO Shapes over the years. Some are alien/Nephilim made, Earth Gov made and some are not solid but are spirits that shape shift into the image of a UFO. If you've ever seen one that can't hold it's shape lol I have!

San cave art in Ukhahlamba, Drakensberg Park, South Africa. The paintings are difficult to date, but there is anthropological evidence, including many hunting implements, that the San people existed in the Drakensberg at least 40,000 years ago, and possibly over 100,000 years ago

San cave art in Ukhahlamba, Drakensberg Park, South Africa. The paintings are difficult to date, but there is anthropological evidence that the San people existed in the Drakensberg at least years ago, and possibly over years ago

Aboriginal cave paintings  Kimberely, Australia

Wunnumurru Gorge, Barnett River, the Kimberley. Australia is home to the oldest living culture in the world, and some of its rock art is so ancient it pre-dates the last ice-age, and possibly the one before that.

Göbekli Tepe, the oldest temple on earth. Stonehenge was built about 4000 years ago. Egypt's Pyramids started around 4700 years ago. Gobekli Tepe is 12,000 years old. Located in eastern Turkey, not far from the Euphrates.

Gobekli Tepe, the oldest temple on earth. Stonehenge was built about 4000 years ago. Egypt's Pyramids started around 4700 years ago. Gobekli Tepe is years old! Located in eastern Turkey, not far from the Euphrates. Interesting …need to read about this!

The 16thC Cathedral of Salamanca, Spain restoration in 1992 integrated modern and contemporary motifs, including a carved figure of an astronaut. The use of this motif was in the tradition of cathedral builders and restorers including contemporary motifs among older ones as a way of signing their works. The person responsible for the restoration, Jeronimo Garcia, chose an astronaut as a symbol of the 20thC.

Cathedral of Salamanca constructed in 1102 features magnificent stone carvings on all its walls, but one of them appears to be a fully dressed astronaut in a space suit. What a century astronaut is doing on the walls of a c.

The carved tomb lid of King Pacal c. 684 AD. He's riding a rocket.

Palenque Image: Space Traveller in Ancient Maya

Palenque Image is an ancient Mexican artefact. It was the lid of sarcophagus found in a pre-Columbian temple in Palenque. This image has given rise to a lot of speculation over the possibility of h…

STAR GATES: WHO MADE THIS 127 TONNES ROCK?? WHY??? WHAT KIND OF A ENERGY IS IN THIS ROCK?? WHAT IS THE MESSAGE?? Nestling on the slopes of Wangsan, one of the peaks in the Jirisan region (Korea), is a giant weighing 127 tonnes. Its carved with ornate designs. It rests flat against the mountainside, and is said to be one of the strongest sources of ki anywhere. Rest your hands on the rock for a minute, and you will benefit from that energy.

Nestling on the slopes of Wangsan, one of the peaks in the Jirisan region (Korea), is a giant turtle-shaped rock weighing 127 tonnes. Its shell is carved with ornate designs. It rests flat against the mountainside.

Indigenous Australians, Kimberley Rock  <3 Travel Journeys  <3 www.travel-journeys.com <3 facebook.com/traveljourney

Rock painting by Indigenous Australians, Kimberley Rock, Northern Territory, Australia

Pinterest
Search