Saint Wolfgang and the Devil, 1475
This work by a famous German Renaissance painter Michael Pacher in the 15th century is based around a legend that states Saint Wolfgang, the Bishop of Regensburg in Bavaria during the 10th century, tricked the devil into building a church.
Internet sleuths believe the odd green shaped figure, which supposedly represents the devil, is actually an alien.
The Baptism of Christ 1710
A disc-shaped object appears to shine beams of light on John the Baptist and Jesus in this painting.
The mysterious scene was painted by Flemmish artist Aert De Gelder.
Many claim that this is one of the most convincing examples of UFOs being highlighted in ancient art.
Crucifixion of Christ 1350
This wall mural from 1350 by an unknown artist can be found in the Visoki Decani Monestary in Kosovo.
Two odd-looking objects with ‘pilots’ can be seen in the sky on both sides of Jesus.
There are many explanations for what these symbols represent but some people like to believe that they are spaceships.
The Annunciation with Saint Emidius, 1486
This is an altar piece painted by Italian artist Carlo Crivelli designed to celebrate the announcement by the angel Gabriel to the Virgin Mary that she would become mother of Jesus.
Some theories suggest that the halo of the Holy Spirit, depicted in the top left shining down a beam of light, is actually a UFO.
This image is from a cave drawing in France. It’s from the cave of Pech Merle which is near Le Cabrerets. It’s approximate date is 17,000 – 15,000 BC.