A 14th century church in Romania is apparently depicting a UFO through its wall painting. This was what an Israel-based UFO research organization has reported recently. The object in the painting is similar to objects seen in coins and paintings ranging from 4th century to 17th century. One UFO investigator believes that the objects in the images may have an explanation not coming from Earth.
A photo of the painting from Catalina Borta was sent to Israeli Extraterrestrials and UFOs Research Organization (EURA). Borta captured the photos while paying a visit to the Biserica Manastirii (Church of the Dominican Monastery) in Sighisoara town, which thought to be the place where Vlad the Impaler was born. Impaler is the inspiration of the name Dracula.
The wall painting seems to show a disc-shaped object above a building with smoke emission. It also has a German caption saying “Israel, hoffe auf den HERRN,” which means “Israel, put your hope in the Lord.” It appears to be very old but the date of its creation is hard to determine.
According to the website of the Monastery, the painting was originally created in 14th century but was destroyed and recreated in the 17th century. According to the EURA report, it is not determined as to who painted it and when, but based on the caption, it could be very possible that the painting dates after 1523, when the Bible has German translation.