Top UFO spotter endorses Uluru UFO claimBy Ben Langford
January 11, 2008 01:00am
AN experienced UFO spotter has lent his support to the theory aliens landed at Uluru and created human beings.
Lew Farkas runs the store and holiday park at Wycliffe Well, an internationally-renowned UFO hotspot 380km north of Alice Springs on the Stuart Highway.
The Northern Territory News yesterday reported on a US UFO enthusiasts' website carrying a story about aliens landing at the Rock and creating human life.
The event, the UFO Area website claims, is depicted in Aboriginal rock paintings at Uluru.
Mr Farkas, 60, said he has spotted about 30 UFOs in his time.
"I think it's feasible," he said.
"There's more to things in the past and to our lives than we can comprehend.
"I think that some other beings from another planet in some format started us off down here.
"That's why they keep coming back and checking us out."
Mr Farkas said depictions of aliens were common to the art of many ancient cultures.
"They all seem to have a being with helmets on and space-looking characters," he said.
"They only paint what they see.
"Indians, Aztecs, they've all got space creatures." http://www.news.com.au/story/0,23599,23035923-2,00.html
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