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).
This Ufo Artwork is Dated A.D.
This is a scan from vol. 42 of the Philosophical Transactions 1742 describing a sighting that occured on the 16th December 1742. Alongside is a contemporary reconstruction depicting the object with the colours described.
The above illustration depicts a sighting that occurred at 9.45pm on the evening of 18th August 1783 when four witnesses on the terrace of Windsor Castle observed a luminous object in the skies of the Home Counties of England. The sighting was recorded the following year in the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society. According to this report, witnesses observed an oblong cloud moving more or less parallel to the horizon. Under this cloud could be seen a luminous object which soon became spherical, brilliantly lit, which came to a halt; This strange sphere seemed at first to be pale blue in colour but then its luminosity increased and soon it set off again towards the east. Then the object changed direction and moved parallel to the horizon before disappearing to the south-east ; the light it gave out was prodigious; it lit us everything on the ground.; The image was captured in this by Thomas Sandby (a founder of the Royal Academy) and his brother Paul, both of whom witnessed the event.
his is an illustration from a book "Ume No Chiri (Dust of Apricot)" published in 1803. A foreign ship and crew witnessed at Haratonohama (Haratono Seashore) in Hitachi no Kuni (Ibaragi Prefecture), Japan this strange object. According to the explanation in the drawing, the outershell was made of iron and glass, and strange letters shown in this drawing were seen inside the ship.