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Monday, October 01, 2012

Adamski’s aliens in Brazil, eons ago?

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My friend and colleague, Spanish researcher Jose Antonio Caravaca, saw my posting about alien scribblings and provided addenda about the controversial findings of noted archeologist Marcel Homet, who some have claimed, discovered, in the cavern known as Pedra Pintada  in the Amazon River basin near the town of Monte Alegre in northern Brazil, images that duplicated, exactly, those provided by George Adamski's flying saucer visitors in the 1950s
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Archeologist Homet provided images from the cavern that allegedly were the very same as the images that Adamski’s Venusian alien left in a shoe print on a desert floor in 1952 and also inserted on a roll of film, replacing a photo on that roll:

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Googling Pedra Pintada will show a display of pictographs and images from the cavern in question, none that match exactly what Professor Homet allegedly gathered for presentation in 1962 and used as verification of the Adamski extraterrestrial “messages” – implying that Adamski’s aliens were regular visitors who left messages -- the same messages – in places as desolate and obscure as the Pedra Pintada cavern.

Here are some legitimate images found in the Brazilian mountainous cave:

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Here are images that Professor Homet purportedly found that were compared to the Adamski drawings, which had been publicized ten years earlier in Adamski’s book Flying Saucers Have Landed:

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Jose writes that the researcher Marc Hallet says Homet read "Flying Saucers Have Landed" before publishing his own book, Sons of the Sun, but Hallet found no evidence of deceit.

In my research I could not find the "group of symbols" in the "pedra pintada" ... Apparently nobody knows the location of such symbols I talked once with my friend Pablo Villarrubia (BrazilianHispanic) who said he knew nothing of the incident.

Homet in his book does not mention Adamski. Neither does he  publish the Adamski drawings.

Homet in his book, Sons of the Sun, cites the symbols (which after researchers discovered and compared with Adamski), but does not say exactly where it is. Although the photo caption linked these symbols with drawings in Pedra Pintada. In the text of the book there are not  references to these symbols.

This statue was included in Professor Homet’s book, but the “alien drawings” were not included.

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Does it seem reasonable that Adamski’s Venusian messages would be found, verbatim, in a hidden cavern in Brazil – those alleged cavern images dating from a time eons before Adamski’s alleged contacts?

The story untrigues.

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Jose Caravca

RR

8 Comments:

  • Remember the Arcturus Books monthly catalogues? In one of them (March 1985) I cut out some notes made by the editor Bob Girard regarding Adamski's glyphs and Marcel Homet.

    It seems Homet visited these caves in Brazil during 1949-50 where he discovered the images and photographed them.

    Adamski had apparently met Homet sometime later, acquired the images and presumably doctored them slightly before reproducing them in his 1953 book "FS Have Landed" as an example of 'Venusian writing'.

    Homet's own book SONS OF THE SUN was I think, published c. 1962. There was also something in FLYING SAUCER REVIEW about this decades ago, but I don't have the details.

    By Blogger cda, at Monday, October 01, 2012  

  • CDA:

    I asked Jose Caravaca for his material, which he provided and I've used here.

    Jose said he tried to track down those Homet photographs but couldn't find them, and they are not in Homet's book (as far as I know).

    That it was Adamski who provoked the hoax is more reasonable than that Homet did.

    RR

    By Blogger RRRGroup, at Monday, October 01, 2012  

  • Perhaps I'm over-simplifying things, but is there not a side question to all of this?

    Why would ETs produce writings/symbols deep in caverns for only the slightest of chance that they would be discovered?

    By Blogger Tim Hebert, at Monday, October 01, 2012  

  • ETs are inscrutable, Tim.

    RR

    By Blogger RRRGroup, at Monday, October 01, 2012  

  • Are these Venusian symbols not the very same ones that appeared on the edges of the I-beams found on the Roswell crashed disc? You know, the alien writing.

    I would assume such scholars as David Rudiak could give us a definitive answer here. Perhaps it will be in the 'Dream team' report.

    Sorry - I forgot, the Roswell disc emanated from Zeta Reticuli, which is a long way from Venus, I believe.

    By Blogger cda, at Tuesday, October 02, 2012  

  • Geez, Christopher...

    Let's NOT drag long-winded Rudiak over here, or his lackey Steve Sawyer.

    Those two are beyond redemption.

    RR

    By Blogger RRRGroup, at Tuesday, October 02, 2012  

  • "images that Professor Homet purportedly found that were compared to the Adamski drawings, which had been publicized ten years earlier in Adamski’s book Flying Saucers Have Landed"
    A great deal of innuendo over writings that do not provide a large enough sample to decrypt even if they were legit. A very similar tale circumstantial in line with the rut of Roswell, so it is no surprise the old flexible I Beam mythos is entangled in this. So extraterrestrials came to Earth and wrote in caves? Then they returned with messages on the soles of their shoes to be found by the fellow who took Sears chicken coops and made them into "saucers". Did the alien have a size 50 shoe? The finely wrought symbols to be impressioned into the ground equates to having cookie cutters for clown shoes as footwear and what of the composition of the soil, was it perfectly compacted and not loose as to being more likely to leave an cookie cutter impression? Ugh..

    By Blogger Bruce Duensing, at Tuesday, October 02, 2012  

  • "Why would ETs produce writings/symbols deep in caverns for only the slightest of chance that they would be discovered?"

    Why would Kafka write most of his work when he intended that it be destroyed after his death, never to be read by anyone?

    By Blogger Paul Kimball, at Tuesday, October 02, 2012  

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