The Madonna with Saint Giovannino is in the Palazzo Vecchio in Florence Italy and dates back to the 15th century. Everything seems normal but if you look to the right there is a man and a dog looking up at a flying object. Let’s look at it a little bit closer. Here is the baptismal Christ at the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge England. As you can see something that looks like a flying saucer is illuminating the scene, and this one has something similar as well. It is the Annunciation by Carver Crivelli painted in 1486. It is in the National Gallery in London, and as you can see a sliding object is sending down a beam of light to the Madonna.
This is a crucifixion at a cotillion Nikita, Georgia. At the top right and left we can see two upside-down balls each with a face looking down and lastly I’m going to show you something really outrageous! Another crucifixion and this painting is in a monastery dating from 1350. There are two flying machines in the sky – the one on the left chasing the one on the right each with a pilot inside. Let’s look at them closer. The one on the right is even looking back at the one behind.
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