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July 14, 2017


Aliens were present at Crucifixion of Jesus

(Thanks to Ralph)


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Their time machine was somewhat off, but they found Elvis eventually.

Keep a harp eye out for Amelia Earhart.

I bet they had box seats, too.

I could as easily claim that Johnny Soko and his Giant Robot were there, too. They fought this flying eye thing, perhaps a warning about CBS.

Wrong linkage, sorry. Corrected here.

For a race of aliens that have faster than light technology, they left behind some pretty crappy pictures.

I am puzzled by Hindu flying saucers photographed 3000 years ago. They appear to be penis-shaped and people are praying to them. Amelia Earhart's head can bee seen behind the penis-shaped god. The picture is not faded at all. Sony lenses were good back in those days.

Georgio would agree.

Psalms, 23:1 - The lord is my shapeshifter, I shall not want. He maketh me lie down for three parsecs; he restores Han Solo."
All makes sense now...

Aliens? Those look like jellyfish to me!

As documented in Julie Taymor's film A Cross; the Universe.

I think jellyfish. They come in all shapes and sizes in the Chesapeake Bay. Some even bear a likenes to Trump's hair.

You would think one of the disciples would have mentioned this.


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