5 Ancient Artworks That are Proof of Time Travel

5 Ancient Artworks That are Proof of Time Travel


From an ancient statue of a laptop to a painting
portraying a modern day smartphone, today on ApexTV, we take a look at 5 ancient artworks
that are said to be proof of time travel. Before we get into the video, be sure to subscribe
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was exploring an ancient temple in India, when he came across a carving of what appears
to be a modern day bike. The temple itself is called the Panchavarnaswamy
Temple and is 2,000 years old. Now, historians agree that the bicycle was
invented just 200 years ago. Before we jump to conclusions let’s confirm
that this really is a bicycle. If you look closely, as you can see here,
the man is holding handlebars with his two hands and is in a sitting position on the
saddle. Is this proof of time travel or advanced technology? Be sure to leave your thoughts down in the
comments. This ancient Greek Sculpture was made in 100
BC and you can see a girl holding what appears to be a modern day laptop. Some paranormal investigators are convinced
that this statue is proof of time travel, while others say she’s holding nothing but
a chest. It’s easy to wonder, though, why are there
holes on the side of the object. Some people say these could be portrayals
of USB ports. What do you think? This Austrian painting from the 1860’s shows
a girl holding what appears to be a modern day smartphone. Some people say she’s just holding a small
book or mirror, while others claim this painting is proof of time travel. One commenter said “It’s interesting how
much a change in technology has changed the interpretation of the painting.” What do you think? This mural, which was made in 1937, shows
a Native American holding an object that looks eerily similar to a modern smartphone.The
painting, which was made 70 years before the iPhone was invented, has been hailed by some
as proof of time travel, while others say he was simply holding a mirror. What do you think? These 3,000 year old ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs
have been hailed by conspiracy theorists as proof of time travel. If you look closely, you can see what appears
to be a modern day helicopter, airplane, and possibly even a futuristic aircraft. Some think that the only way ancient Egyptians
would put something like this into their art is if they saw technology like this in person. Is this just a case of pareidolia, or seeing
patterns in things that aren’t there, or could this be proof that advanced humans brought
this technology via time travel into the past? What do you think? Are any of these pieces of ancient artwork
proof of time travel? Be sure to leave your thoughts down in the
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future map of the U.S. Thanks so much for watching everybody! Check out this video of a time traveler that
was supposedly caught on a 911 call. We’ll see you guys in the next video. Peace out.

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