ALIENS IN ART: Crucifixion of Christ
Visoki Decani Monastery, Kosovo – 1327
Visoki Decani Monastery is situated in the western part of the Serbian province of Kosovo. It was built between 1327 and 1335 by King St. Stephen of Decani and was dedicated to the Ascension of the Lord.
Within the Monastery are several fresco paintings from famous scenes described in the Bible. The Crucifixtion of Christ again, as seen in the Sventiskhoveli cathedral, shows two flying objects in the upper left and right of the scene, piloted by beings who appear to be holding steering controls. These are not angels because we can clearly see the host of heavenly angels with halos and wings. If these pilots were considered angels, they would have halos and wings, as was the tradition in Christian paintings of this time. In fact, in this same painting we see holy figures with halos and angels with halos and wings. This proves these were not divine beings.
Some speculate these objects represent the sun and the moon. However, these objects were not personified as characters or deities by the Christian church. That would be blasphemy.
What were these beings and what was their purpose for being shown consistently in artworks appearing in religious places of worship from 1000-1300 A.D.? And, why did they stop appearing in religious artwork after the middle ages? What is it about the truth of ancient aliens and their relationship to Jesus that is being shielded from our view?
Above: Painting on the interior wall of the Visoki Decani Monastery. The two UFOs are outlined in red. Below: Closeup views of the UFO spacecrafts and their pilots. The one on the right appears to be wearing a flight suit. Both pilots are steering their flying vehicles. The one on the right is looking back at the one on the left, implying they knew each other or perhaps one was trying to escape from the other.
Above: Visoki Decani Monastery