On December 22nd, dozens of reports came in of a mass UFO sighting over Southern California. The official story is that the sightings were actually of a SpaceX rocket launch from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. The object was a large, iridescent light streaking through the southern California sky, leaving a trail of orbs in its wake. While the official story may be true, there are other photographs and depictions of UFOs that predate SpaceX’s rocket launch by decades and centuries.
UFO Over Vancouver City Hall, 1937
Twenty one-year old Leonard Lamoureux and his brother Wilfred went to City Hall one night in 1937 to photograph the Christmas lights when they spotted a UFO. According to Leonard’s daughter, Debra DeCamillis.
Petrozavodsk phenomenon – 1977
We have only depictions of these sightings, but the illustrations used to describe these UFOs are remarkably similar to the December 2017 SpaceX launch.
On the territory of Russia and countries of the former Soviet Union in the “Petrozavodsk phenomenon” typically include developments in the North-West of Russia not only directly 20 September 1977, but in the period from September 1977 to February 1978.
The rest of the world “Petrozavodsk phenomenon” is called only a number of celestial events occurred on 20 September 1977. These events were registered not only in Petrozavodsk, but also in the entire continent, from Copenhagen and Helsinki on the West to Vladivostok in the East.
The UFOs in the Visoki Decani Crucifixion fresco – 16th Century
In 1964 art student Alexandar Paunovitch “discovered” two strange depictions in a 16th-century fresco of the crucifixion of Christ, located above the altar of the Visoki Decani Monastery in Kosovo, Yugoslavia. The fresco is entitled “The Crucifixion” and was painted in 1350.
Many argue that crucifixion paintings and mosaics done in the Byzantine style show the same odd “objects” on either side of the cross. They say these are the Sun and the Moon, often represented with a human face or figure, turned to witness the Crucifixion, a common iconographic tradition in the art of the Middle Ages. But none of them are represented this way nor have aerodynamic features. Could this be a representation of UFOs from 1350?