10 Most Compelling Pieces Of Evidence That Aliens Have Walked Among Us

As Arthur C. Clarke said “Two possibilities exist: either we are alone in the universe or we are not. Both are equally terrifying.”  When considering the size of our universe, which is so enormous that there may be more Earth-like planets than grains of sand on all our beaches, it seems almost impossible that there isn’t life outside of our planet.  While we haven’t found it yet, perhaps it has found us.

10. Drawings, Paintings, Carvings, & Other Records Of Ancient Times


Humans have walked the earth for an estimated 200,000 years, and for a large portion of those years, the best way for them to communicate and store information was to draw it.  Many drawings from that time period still exist, and many point to the potential for alien life.  For example:

Cave Painting (Top Left Corner of image above)

A 15 thousand year old French cave painting that looks familiar to what we identify today as an alien spacecraft.

The Lolladoff Plate (Top Right Corner of image above)

A 12 thousand year old stone dish was found in Nepal.  Note the alien figure towards the right front.

Sanscrit Scroll (Second Image Down on the Left Hand Side of image above)

This scroll depicts Vimanas, which is a temple. It also means “flying palace”.

Sigiburg France Sighting (Second Image Down on the Right Hand Side of image above)

In 776, Sigiburg castle in France, the Saxons had surrounded the French. They were going to storm the castle and in so doing they would win the war and stop Emperor Charlemagne from turning them into Christians. Suddenly there appeared before them giant “Flaming shields” floating in the sky. They burned red, orange, yellow, blue and white light. Those colors remain consistent throughout many of the UFO stories.

Madonna and Saint Giovannino (Bottom Left Corner of image above)

The Palazzo Vecchio in Florence has the now infamous painting of the Madonna and Saint Giovannino. When you move in close to the painting you can clearly see a bright disk like object in the daytime sky. It’s being watched by a man and his dog.

Notre-Dame Basilica Tapestry (Center of Bottom Row of image above)

This item hangs at the Notre-Dame Basilica in Burgandy. In the painting, you can see some sort of object in the sky.  For centuries scholars just assumed these were artists depictions of disk shaped “angel clouds”, but that can easily be interpreted in a different way.

9. The Phantom Airships of the 1880’s


Reports of phantom flying ships were even occurring 20 years before the Wright Brothers took their historic flight.  The first major case happened in New Mexico on March 26th 1880 in the skies above a small town called Galisteo Junction, now known as Lamy. Voices were heard, voices which seemed to be coming from the sky above. When the people looked up they saw a circular ship, “monstrous in size”. It’s movements were described as approaching rapidly and then slowed to an elegant waltz across the sky.  Many more reports followed.  An April 24th, 1897 report of Harper’s Weekly sums up the Phantom Airship phenomenon of the 1800’s nicely. It states: “The airship as a practical invention is believed to be so nearly ripe that a story of its appearance in the sky is not necessarily to be received with disrespect, not unless you assumed that thousands of Americans had lost their senses, a discomforting notion which some scientists, editors and skeptics seem to embrace.”

8. The Foo Fighters


During WWII, many pilots reported seeing phenomenon and craft in the sky that could not be explained.  Strange “mystery airships” were seen and reported by both pilots and the men on the ground. The Allied forces believed they were covert weaponry from the Axis powers while the Axis powers believed the opposite.   They were described as fiery glowing lights, moving fast in the sky or low to the ground and it was said they would toy with aircraft, following every maneuver before making impossible maneuvers of their own and then disappearing into the night.

7. 1947, Kenneth Arnold, The First Flying Saucer & The Dawn Of Ufology


On June 24, 1947, a private Idaho pilot by the name of Kenneth Arnold was flying from Chehalis, to Yakima, Washington, on a business trip when he spotted a string of nine unidentified, shining, metallic, flying objects.  Arnold clocked the crafts at a minimum of 1,200 miles an hour (1,932 km/hr).  He said they moved, like “saucers skipping on water” and with that, the term “Flying Saucer” was born.

In a July 19th interview, Arnold had this to say, “The disks are not from any foreign country.  The Army would give the answers if it could — if they don’t have the explanation now, they certainly could do something to find out. If the Army has no explanations the disks must be — ‘and I know this sounds crazy’ — from another planet.”

In an interview in April of the following year he stated, “Since my first observations and report of the so-called ‘flying disks’ I have spent a great deal of money and time thoroughly investigating the subject… There is no doubt in my mind that these objects are aircraft of a strange design, and material that is unknown to the civilisations of this earth.”

6. The Maury Island Incident


On June 21st 1947, seaman Harold A. Dahl was on Maury Island, a small island in Puget Sound, near Tacoma, Washington. ,when he witnessed several objects flying overhead. One of the objects he witnessed exploded, raining down fragments below. The fragments killed his dog, injured his son, and damaged his boat.  The next morning, a visitor, wearing a black suit and driving a 1947 Buick, showed up to his house and told Dahl to keep the incident a secret, even though Dahl had not yet said a word to anyone.  But Dahl told his friend Fred Crisman, who was co-owner of the damaged boat.  Somehow the information leaked to the press.  Soon afterwards Dahl disappeared and was never seen again. Crisman, a World War II veteran, was suddenly and inexplicably called back into service. He was sent to Alaska just a few days later.

5. Abductions

Photograph: Universal Pictures/PR PR

Photograph: Universal Pictures/PR PR

There are many public stories regarding alien abduction.  While many can probably be overlooked or taken with a grain of salt, some come from trusted sources.  Many folks have been tested and verified to be telling the truth with lie detector tests.  One example of many is the Pascagoula abduction.  On the evening of October 11, 1973, co-workers 42-year-old Charles Hickson and 19-year-old Calvin Parker told the Jackson County, Mississippi Sheriff’s office they were fishing off a pier on the west bank of the Pascagoula River in Mississippi when they heard a whirring/whizzing sound, saw two flashing blue lights and an oval shaped object 30-40 feet across and 8-10 feet high. Parker and Hickson claimed that they were “conscious but paralyzed” while three “creatures” took them aboard the object and subjected them to an examination before releasing them.

4. Physical Evidence


1957 – The Ubatuba UFO Metal Fragments – An anonoymous letter provided to a newspaper by a fisherman who claimed to have seen a UFO crash came with fragments that were claimed to be from a UFO.  After testing, the conclusion was that the sample was composed from a metal that a human being did not make it and that it was not something that had ever occurred naturally.

1965 Cherry Creek, New York – After a family reports a UFO sighting at their farm, the police come to investigate.  They discover a strange, purple liquid in several places along the ground. The grass is singed, and unexplained marks, two inches wide and two inches apart, are found where the craft was claimed to have been hovering.

The Falcon Lake Encounter of 1967 – On May 20, 1967, Stefan Michalak was in Manitoba when he spotted two disc shaped objects descending toward the ground.  He was able to walk to the crafts and even touch them, but after doing so, he suddenly became very ill.  He went to the hospital where he was treated for first-degree burns.  On July 28, Michalak and a few RCMP officers found a semicircle on the rock face at the scene, 15 feet in diameter, where the moss had been somehow removed. There were traces of radiation in a fault in the rock across the centre of the landing spot. No trace of radiation was found around the outer perimeter of the circle or in the moss or grass below the raised portion of the rock, but there were strange metals discovered in the area.


3. The Chinese Air Force Sighting


On October 19th, 1998, four military radar stations in Hebei province, China, reported the presence of an unidentified blip hovering above a military flight training school in Changzhou.  At least 140 people on the ground saw the object, which they stated to appear as those in foreign science fiction films.  A military plane was sent to confront the craft, but he pilots later stated that the UFO appeared to be toying with them. It repeatedly outdistanced them before reappearing right above their jet.  They followed it to 12,000 meters (39,600 feet) before the jet began running low on fuel. The UFO then disappeared before two more modern planes could arrive in the area.


2. The Shaitan Mazar – Russia UFO Crash


On August 28, 1991, at 04:42 an extremely large object appeared over the Caspian Sea. It measured approximately 600 meters long, and 110 meters in diameter.  Military planes were sent up, and when the craft didn’t respond, they attempted to shoot warning shots, but both planes malfunctioned and needed to return to base.  The object soon disapeared from the radar, but it was soon reported that a large object had crashed into the mountains of Shaitan Mazar.  A Russian military helicopter tried to retrieve what it could, but without explanation it crashed and killed everyone on board.  An expedition was sent in, and it was found a strange energy field surrounded the object.  Electronic equipment went haywire, magnetic fields were erased, watches failed, and anyone who approached the craft suffered from radiation burns.

The exact coordinates of the crash are Northern Latitude  between 42o 10′-42o 12′, and an Eastern Longitude between 79o 40′-79o 42′. It is located in Kirghizia, to the east of lake Isyk-Kul, 100 kms east of the town of Przhevalsk. It is opposite  “peak of a Victory” (Pik Pobedy) in Russian  Due to it’s remoteness, and the plethora of misinformation, it is unknown whether or not the site has since been properly excavated or what has been found.

1. Peter Khoury’s Alien Sexual Encounter


Peter Khoury reported that on the morning of July 23, 1992 at 7:30am he was lying in bed in his Sydney Australia home when he was awakened by what appeared to be tw0 strange women kneeling at the end of his bed.  One appeared Nordic and the other Asian.  As Peter was trying to figure out what was going on, he noticed some strange things about the women.  First, both had unnaturally large eyes.  Second, the blonde had unnaturally light skin.  Third, the Asian’s woman’s eyes were completely black.  They appeared to communicate telepathically, and then the blonde one tried to pull Peter into her chest, apparently trying to initiate sexual contact.  Peter was frightened and reacted by biting her, and while Peter was reeling the woman disappeared from the room.  After they had gone, Peter realized his penis was hurting badly.  When he went into the bathroom and took a look, he saw that there were blonde hair strands wrapped around his member.  He unwrapped the hairs and they were tested.  Using the PCR (polymerase chain reaction) process, DNA was recovered.  Scientists of the Anomaly Physical Evidence Group stated that the thin blonde hair which had come from an apparently light-skinned caucasian-type woman, actually belonged to something else entirely. It was human, but somehow it showed five distinctive DNA markers that are characteristic of a rare sub-group of the Chinese Mongoloid racial type, not a tall blonde woman.


Source: whatculture