Didier Leroux attempted to trace the origins of a photograph taken in the year 2000 that led him to believe there was more to ancient history than we had previously thought.
In an article for the French ufology journal “Lumieres Dans la Nuit” (“Lights in the Night”) number 335 in February 2000, he indicated that he had investigated day and night for the answer to his question and that he had finally received it.
He realized that the shot he was looking at was made by a Russian artist who attempted to reproduce the magazine “Sputnik” cover from 1967.
The original focus of this publication was on 12,000-year-old ancient explorers who came to Earth to investigate and impact various prehistoric artwork in Uzbekistan’s Fergana caves.
The characters in the paintings are proof of an ancient third-kind near-contact, which is why they initially mistook these for astronauts.
The pictures, which date back to 10,000 BC, depict extraterrestrial connections. The actors appear to be wearing goggles over their heads as modern-day astronauts. Didier Leroux has gone so far as to declare that his small find has opened his eyes to the reality that he can now see these old astronauts in ancient artworks everywhere he goes.
References: “Chariots of the Gods,” by Erich Von Daniken, released by Souvenir Press in 1973. Econ Verlag GmbH in Düsseldorf released Ulrich Dopatka’s book “Die große Erich mit Däniken Enzyklopädie” in 1997. In 1967, Vyacheslav Zaitsev published an essay called “Spaceships in Himalaya” in Sputnik magazine. In February 2000, Didier Leroux’s piece was published in issue #335 of the journal “Lumières dans la Nuit.”