Madonna’s prayer, Saint Giovannino, and the UFO
The churches of
Christianity is falling hard in several of the countries I have visited; none more noticeable to me than
Museums have moved in to purchase what some consider priceless art objects. Objects of mystery that can stimulate surprises for even the most seasoned of collectors… There are men who study art their entire lives, but are constantly astounded by new discoveries. Discoveries that defy our conventional understanding of reality...
In the National Gallery of
Between the buildings, in a clouded sky of bark blue, is an illuminated disk emanating a golden beam of light. It is seemingly going through the solid building’s structure, directly to Mary kneeling in a room below. She has her arms folded, as if in prayer, and it raises the question as to why Crivelli depicted this well known biblical scene in such a way.
Though there are literally dozens of paintings that seem to depict UFOs, one of the more famous was painted by Domenico Ghirlandaio. It is part of the “Loeser Collection” and is hanging in the Palazzo Vecchio, in
It is intriguing to speculate, and perhaps this was the main reason these paintings were created. Many artistic avenues were used to display objects in the sky, shown to be present at significant religious and historical times. Frescos, stele, tapestries, illustrations, illuminations, pencil drawings, as well as oil paintings have shown these objects in a mostly religious context. Early cave paintings around the world display objects floating in the sky, and primitive clay carvings excavated from
Other unexplained art can be found in the French Basilica. There, a tapestry depicting the life of Mary is displayed, with a saucer shaped UFO in the sky. (#3 below) Another remarkable fresco called “The Crucifixion,” (#2 below) painted by Visoki Dicani in 1350, is now found in a Kosovo Monastery in
Love and Peace, and have a Very Merry Christmas! –Ken firstname.lastname@example.org Special thanks to
Note* I must admit that I have seen strange lights in the sky; just pinpoints the size of stars moving at great speed over the spangled velvet that can only be found far away from city lights. I’m told these lights are man made, a modern “Sputnik” satellite in an elliptical orbit around earth. I suppose the knowledge that they probably are, keeps me stable, balanced, and sane. I wonder how a person fifteen hundred years ago would have tried to record an unexplained sighting in the sky. What unreasoned fear might fill the heart of a person who knew that the technology he witnessed did not exist in the reality he understood? It is written of the “chariots of fire” that crossed the sky. What other descriptive means for a mode of transportation could be found, for something so alien?