Yesterday, I came upon a web site that claimed that medieval paintings are filled with images of extraterrestrials. A painting called The Madonna with Saint Giovannino was given as an example. As you can see here, over the shoulder of Santa Maria is a smudge that appears to be floating in the sky.
A group calling itself Secureteam10 claims to have “footage showing a very large flying object” approaching the International Space Station. A video posted by the group does indeed show something odd in the same frame as an external shot of the space station.
What that thing is, it’s impossible to say. It looks and behaves […]
If the white circle in the video was in fact a planet in outer space, other than the ones we’re familiar with, it would indeed be worthy of note. The planet, judging by the size of the orb, would either be huge, or be closer to Earth than either Venus or Mars. […]
In Vacaville, California, near Travis Air Force Base, a person reported seeing an orange light with red lights moving around it, with what looked like “sparkles of fire” dropping from the object. A few minutes later, the person reported the smell of “burning metal”. […]
In one case, the photographer describes as a “craft” seen above a hill next to the site of an ancient Aztec ruin. Is it an alien spacecraft, or even a genuinely unidentified flying object? […]
The apparent change of shape could come as the object rotates in space, or as the astronaut’s craft moves in relation to the object. The light in the last frame does look an awful lot like the reflection of sunlight off a piece of metal. […]
Nobody knows what this flying lozenge was, and that’s pretty cool. It’s good to know that there are some things we don’t have answers for. […]