Ancient Alien Theorist Fanatic

I don't know, therefore aliens.

annunnaki:

I can’t fucking breathe.

annunnaki:

I can’t fucking breathe.

annunnaki:

ancient assonauts

annunnaki:

ancient assonauts

queenanunnaki:

Ezekiel 1:16 This was the appearance and structure of the wheels: They sparkled like chrysolite, and all four looked alike. Each appeared to be made like a wheel intersecting a wheel.

queenanunnaki:

Ezekiel 1:16 This was the appearance and structure of the wheels: They sparkled like chrysolite, and all four looked alike. Each appeared to be made like a wheel intersecting a wheel.

(Source: dezyderata)

bluedogeyes:

Forerunners by AzakaChi-RD-17
thesochillnetwork:

She would know. She’s seen them too.

Having an Aliens marathon in the fourth!

thesochillnetwork:

She would know. She’s seen them too.

Having an Aliens marathon in the fourth!

ancientufo:

Quetzalcoatl is described as light skinned, bearded tall serpent headed god. He is regarded as god who is associated with knowledge and learning. He is also regarded as god of wind maybe because of the speed of his craft which can move just like a whirlwind. In the period of the so-called 5th Sun, it is believed that Quetzalcoatl went in the Underworld or the underground laboratory to conduct his experiments. He is regarded as the creator of new mankind from the bones of the earlier remains of human beings and he then sprayed or injected his own blood to his creation in order to put life in it. Mayan paintings and sculptures indicated anything that transpired during that period and some of the structures looked like spaceships of the 21st century. Characters or gods found in sculptures worn something similar to spacesuits. There were images of a being showing similarity to what astronauts look like in modern times.

ancientufo:

Quetzalcoatl is described as light skinned, bearded tall serpent headed god. He is regarded as god who is associated with knowledge and learning. He is also regarded as god of wind maybe because of the speed of his craft which can move just like a whirlwind.

In the period of the so-called 5th Sun, it is believed that Quetzalcoatl went in the Underworld or the underground laboratory to conduct his experiments. He is regarded as the creator of new mankind from the bones of the earlier remains of human beings and he then sprayed or injected his own blood to his creation in order to put life in it.

Mayan paintings and sculptures indicated anything that transpired during that period and some of the structures looked like spaceships of the 21st century.

Characters or gods found in sculptures worn something similar to spacesuits. There were images of a being showing similarity to what astronauts look like in modern times.

Always reblog

GODS OR ALIENS ?

ancientufo:

These sumerian statuettes, from the Temple of Abu, Tel Asmar, c. 2700 - 2600 B.C., Iraq Museum are representations of sumerian gods.
Look at those big black eyes!
And notice that not all of them have the same caracteristics

. Some are normal.
There are also strange looking creatures with no human caracteristics at all.
Now, was this only artistic expression? Why were the sumerian Gods depicted like this? Could they be extra-terrestrial beings?

I remember the first time seeing those in art history class.

Supposedly they portrayed eyes wide open because they were watching god.

arilmyth:

couldn’t find the original so i made my own XD

arilmyth:

couldn’t find the original so i made my own XD

(Source: geddy-lees-nose)

ancientufo:

Wandjina, The Sky Creators In Aboriginal mythology, the Wondjina (or Wandjina) were cloud and rain spirits who, during the Dream time, created or influenced the landscape and its inhabitants. The Wondjina style dates from around 3800 B.P., following the end of a millennium long drought that gave way to a wetter climate characterised by regular monsoons.

ancientufo:

Wandjina, The Sky Creators

In Aboriginal mythology, the Wondjina (or Wandjina) were cloud and rain spirits who, during the Dream time, created or influenced the landscape and its inhabitants.

The Wondjina style dates from around 3800 B.P., following the end of a millennium long drought that gave way to a wetter climate characterised by regular monsoons.

(Source: furie1335)