Gothic allegory explores spiritual dimensions of ET contact on UFO Mountain
By Jon Kelly UFO Examiner
Although it was painted in late fifteenth century Italy, Carlo Crivelli’s Annunciation with St. Emidius displays unique visual elements that closely match video recordings of UFO’s from the ECETI Ranch in Washington State. These seemingly timeless visual parallels are the focus of a new episode for UFO Mountain, the weekly online documentary series exploring ET contact at the ECETI Ranch and the reported UFO base inside of Mt. Adams.
Signore Crivelli’s Annunciation is traditionally considered a form of allegory that attempts to reconcile visions of the prophet Ezekiel with the divine conception of the Virgin Mary. Visual elements including a luminous disc with a halo, a conceptual mountain temple, a bird that emerges from a coronal display, representations of the Virgin Mary and a beam of light that intercepts a person’s body are found both in Annunciation and the ECETI visual catalogue (recorded 500 years later).