Back in the year 2000, Didier Leroux tried to find the root of a certain picture that, according to him, made him believe that there was more to ancient history than we ever realized
In an article for the French ufology journal entitled ‘Lumieres Dans la Nuit’ (‘Lights in the Night’), issue 335 of February 2000, he claimed that he had investigated day and night to find the response to his query and that he had finally received the answer that he needed.
He learned that the picture he was staring at was initially drawn by a Russian artist who wanted to imitate the cover of the 1967 edition of “Sputnik” magazine.
This magazine originally covered the theme of 12,000-year-old ancient astronauts who came to explore the world and influenced several prehistoric drawings in the Fergan caves in Uzbekistan.
The explanation they believed that these were astronauts, to begin with, is that the characters in the paintings are unmistakably evidence of any old, near encounter of the third kind.
These drawings date back to 10,000 BC and are very specifically showing some kind of alien contact.
The protagonists also like to carry goggles over their heads, identical to modern-day astronauts. These drawings are everywhere, Didier Leroux has gone so far as to say that this little exploration of him has opened his eyes to the truth that he can now see these ancient astronauts everywhere he looks in ancient paintings.
REFERENCE: “Chariots of the Gods,” Erich Von Daniken, Souvenir Press, 1973. “Die große Erich mit Däniken Enzyklopädie” by Ulrich Dopatka, Econ Verlag GmbH, Düsseldorf, 1997. “Spaceships in the Himalayas” essay by Vyacheslav Zaitsev, Sputnik Magazine, 1967. Article by Didier Leroux in the journal “Lumières dans la Nuit,” 335 February 2000.