UFO Painted In An 800-year-old Church in Sighișoara. How is that possible?
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May 11, 2022
UFO painted in an 800-year-old church in Sighișoara. How is that possible?
The monastery church is the oldest monument in Sighișoara, dating from the 13th century. In the 17th century it suffered from a strong fire, the whole church burned down, it was rebuilt and then a series of paintings were added, such as the altar, and the guilds will, in turn, put their insignia in the places where the benches were. . On this occasion, a series of more stylized representations appear. The church is an evangelical one and the role of the image is secondary or unrepresentative. Indeed, in the sacristy of the church there is a painting with a religious scene, which represents a cloud – probably the ascension of Elijah to heaven – which resembles a cap and can lead to a much more modern representation, leading us thinking of a UFO. But it is about the vision of the artist of that time who made this triptych. It is possible that he was an artist from Sighisoara, because in the 18th century Sighisoara had several art carpentry workshops, people who made both altars for Protestant churches and painted street furniture, said Nicolae Teșculă, director of the History Museum in Sighisoara.
DAN FARCAȘ about UFOs over Romania. The writer and researcher in mythology Victor Kernbach, in his book The Enigmas of Astral Myths, presented similar frescoes in churches in Bucharest such as Saint Spiridon and Bucur. Unfortunately, the first one was demolished under the communist regime, but the second one still exists today, and the pictorial representations are of the same type as those from the Princely Church from Târgoviste.
As the ufologist Calin Turcu remarked, in his book Extraterrestrials in Romania, on the walls of the church of the Lainici monastery, one can distinguish a possible UFO, having a rather different shape from the others. The image, made in the 17th century and depicting the scene of the Annunciation, above the Virgin Mary, shows the Archangel Gabriel in a celestial vehicle in the shape of a double balloon, which, again, cannot be a cloud. The flying object ends with a narrow open tube. On the walls of Tutana Monastery, built in 1577, appears an astronaut, equipped as for a space flight. However, he is by no means an earthly being. In fact, images, such as those presented above, exist not only in Romania but also in other countries of the Orthodox faith, for example at the Decani monastery in Kosovo, or on a number of Russian religious icons.
Thanks to Mrs. Maria Dorina-Matis for the valuable information
There sure are a lot of depictions of it or them. And hey, there’s that coin! All look remarkably alike. Pretty darn interesting.