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Then Aliens, Now Star Cave Paintings: Were Ancient Humans Aware of Universe’s Dark Secrets?

by Nirmal Narayanan                       November 28, 2018                       (ibtimes.co.in)

• We already know about the rock paintings discovered in Charama, India depicting aliens and UFOs. Now, researchers at the University of Edinburgh, Scotland have discovered 40,000 year-old cave paintings at various sites across Europe that indicate ancient human’s use of star constellations to keep track of time, and how star positions have changed over thousands of years.

• The astronomical charts may have also been used to represent particular dates and mark catastrophic events like asteroid hits. Apparently, ancient people were well aware of the effects of the earth’s gradual shift of rotational axis.

• “Early cave art shows that people had advanced knowledge of the night sky within the last ice age. Intellectually, they were hardly any different to us today. These findings support a theory of multiple comet impacts over the course of human development, and will probably revolutionize how prehistoric populations are seen,” said Martin Sweatman, a researcher at the University of Edinburgh and the lead author of the study.

• Have extraterrestrial aliens visiting the earth for thousands of years been teaching ancient humans about astronomy and space? The depiction of these ET beings on Indian cave walls is a strong sign of their influence. Did ancient humans worship these ‘Starmen’ as Gods?

 

A few years back, archeologists discovered pre-historic paintings dated back to 10,000 years that depicted aliens and unidentified flying objects (UFO). These rock paintings discovered in Charama, India soon became a hot topic among extraterrestrial buffs, and many people considered it an authentic proof of alien existence.

Humans knew what was happening in space

Now, a team of researchers at the University of Edinburgh has spotted another set of ancient cave paintings which made many experts believe that early humans were aware of astronomy. The cave paintings supposedly more than 40,000 years old were discovered at various sites across Europe, and they suggest that ancient humans used to keep track of time using the knowledge of how the position of the stars slowly changes over thousands of years.

Researchers who took part in this study revealed that symbols depicted in the caves are actually constellations, and they were used to represent dates and mark catastrophic events like asteroid hits. If the speculations of these researchers are right, ancient people were well aware of the effects which happen on earth due to its gradual shift of rotational axis.

Martin Sweatman

“Early cave art shows that people had advanced knowledge of the night sky within the last ice age. Intellectually, they were hardly any different to us today. These findings support a theory of multiple comet impacts over the course of human development, and will probably revolutionize how prehistoric populations are seen,” said Martin Sweatman, a researcher at the University of Edinburgh and the lead author of the study, Eurekalert.org reports.

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