The Archaeology Department of the Indian state of Chhattisgarh seeks help from aerospace agencies in the United States and India to determine the nature of the images found in the Bastar tribal region.
Experts are perplexed by the great similarity between cave images and the characterizations of science fiction films that typically depict supernatural beings and mysterious spaceships.
According to Indian experts, it’s as if people, 10,000 years ago, made these paintings while looking at science fiction films.
The discovery in India appears to resemble other cave paintings found around the world. Rock paintings in Chhattisgarh state are not an isolated event, but something that is seen through various ancient cultures.
According to local archaeologist J. R. Bhagat, this could mean that people, since time immemorial, have seen beings who came to Earth from other planets. A detailed investigation is necessary to fully understand the nature of these representations.
“The results suggest that humans in prehistoric times may have seen or imagined beings from other planets which generated curiosity among people and researchers. Extensive research is needed for new discoveries. Chhattisgarh currently has no expert who could give clarity on the matter,” Bhagat said.
There are several beliefs among the inhabitants of these villages. Although few loved the paintings, others narrate stories they heard from ancestors about “the Rohela People,” the small ones, who used to land from the sky on a round-shaped flying object and take one or two people out of the village, who never returned.
“The paintings are made in natural colors that hardly fade, despite the years. The strange painted figures are seen holding objects that look like weapons and have no clear features. Especially, the nose and mouth are missing. In some images, they still seem to wear space suits. We cannot refute the possibility of being the imagination of prehistoric men, but humans often go beyond these things,” the archaeologist said.
Other archaeologists will also be consulted for further checks.