Was asteroid 2011 UW158 painted back in the 15th century?

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Was asteroid 2011 UW158 painted back in the 15th century?

Unread postby EarthOrbitAsteroids » Tue May 16, 2017 9:59 pm

This will be my first post here at Thunderbolts so I thought I would start off with one of the least batshit crazy ideas that I have rattling around inside my skull. It goes something like this...

Is near-earth (perihelion 1.01AU) asteroid 2011 UW158 the same asteroid that was painted back in the 15th century painting entitled "The Madonna with Saint Giovannino"?

As crazy as that question may sound, the resemblance between an Arecibo Radar Observatory image of asteroid 2011UW158 and the image that appears on the painting seem well beyond uncanny. There also appears to be an electrical discharge of sorts coming off the asteroid... to the ionosphere perhaps?

I already know that this has to be completely impossible on many counts... after all... the 300m asteroid would have to be floating by very slowly for an artist to be able to get any detail into his painting plus he would probably have to recall what he saw from memory. If anyone could do it however, it would be one of Europe's finest artists from the same school that taught Michelangelo. Anyway... I have a feeling that if there is any place on the internet that can figure this head-scratcher out it's going to be here! ;)

Thanks in advance for any feedback for or against this idea that you may have.


Pay special attention to the upper right side of the asteroid. Do you see a black circle with a black dot next to a white circle with a gray dot?

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https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/ ... _UW158.png


Pay special attention to the upper right side of the asteroid again. Do you see a dark dot next to a yellow circle with a dot in the approximately the same location in the radar image? ?

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http://www.newsgarden.org/columns/image ... ingufo.jpg


The 300 meter wide walnut-shaped asteroid's specifics can be found here...
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/(436724)_2011_UW158

And the background info on the painting here...
https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File ... annino.jpg

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Re: Was asteroid 2011 UW158 painted back in the 15th century

Unread postby Royboy » Fri May 19, 2017 3:54 pm

That is truly amazing
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Re: Was asteroid 2011 UW158 painted back in the 15th century

Unread postby EarthOrbitAsteroids » Fri May 19, 2017 7:33 pm

Thanks for the comment Roy... at least if I'm completely nuts it's nice to know I have some good company!

Here is a treat for you for making the mental effort of considering the impossible. There's a lot of that going on around here I've noticed lol :lol:

So...

If you like what's happening on the right side of the Madonna you will absolutely go nuts for what is sitting (or should I say floating) in plain view on the left side...


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Perhaps some possible electrical discharge activity happening over there too? That "nativity star" has traveled the world quite a bit... usually shows up at most electric discharge petroglyph locations. Notice that the "nativity star" that appears in the 15th century sky resembles the late 3rd / early 2nd Millenium BCE Mesopotamian seal image below... and the 600 or 900 year old "Gitchi Manitou" squatterman spirit from Ontario. It is literally everywhere and found across time periods exceeding 10,000 years.

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http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-BAA-_2lA3ys/U ... hot141.jpg

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If you have watched any of David and Wallace's video's you will enjoy what is coming next. Make sure to get reaquainted with "Thunderbolts of the Gods" and "Symbols of an Alien Sky" when you get some free time.

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