Painter Roerich and his UFO sightings in Himalaya. Russian writer and philosopher. He is one of the great artists of this century, his around 7000 paintings hang in numerous museums in New York, St. Petersburg, Moscow and Naggar. Russia honored its great son by naming the St. Petersburg Art Academy “Roerich Academy”, and when Yuri Gagarin was the first person to see our planet from space, the cosmonaut reported: “The whole earth shines in Roerich colors”.

Nicholas Roerich Himalaya UFO, Shambhala

Nicholas Roerich’s vision of “Peace through Culture” and the “Banner of Peace” movement inspired by him led to the adoption of the “Roerich Pact” for the protection of important cultural assets of mankind even in times of war, the forerunner of the “Hague Convention” signed by 39 states in 1955 “.
Banner of Peace, Hague Convention
In the summer of 1924 Roerich set out on a two-year expedition into the “heart of Asia”, to the mysterious countries of the Himalayas, in order to follow the ancient pilgrimage paths of Buddhist monks to the mighty mountain giants and sites of ancient legends and to paint them.

On August 5, 1926, the expedition set up camp in the Kukunor district not far from the Humboldt chain on their way back from Mongolia through the Himalayas to Darjeeling. “That morning around 9:30 a.m. some of our drivers noticed a considerably large black eagle circling above us,” wrote Roerich in his travel diary “Altai-Himalaya”, “seven of us followed the flight of this unusual bird.

At that moment another driver remarked: ‘There is something high above the bird’. And he called it in utter astonishment. We all saw something large and luminous reflecting the sun, like a great oval moving at high speed from north to south. As it crossed our camp, it changed direction from south to southwest.

And we saw how it disappeared into the intense blue sky. We even had time to pick up our binoculars and saw quite clearly its oval shape with a shiny surface, on one side of which the bright rays of the sun were reflected.

On December 1, 1990, the “Russlan” of the ingenious Soviet aircraft designer Oleg Antonov took off on a world record flight. The machine was supposed to fly over the North and South Poles and thus set a new record in non-stop long-haul flights.


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The machine took off from Melbourne, its flight route led over the South Pole, Rio de Janeiro, Casablanca, the North Pole, Ussuriysk and the equator back to Melbourne. Most of the 50,000-kilometer flight of the almost 400-ton machine, which ultimately broke seven world records, took place over the oceans. The four pilots were all experienced test pilots: Leonid Koslow and Juri Ressnizki, Oleg Pripuskov and Anatoly Andropov, and so everything went smoothly.

There was only one minor incident. In the middle of the most difficult phase of the flight, a glowing sphere appeared diagonally in front of the plane, which seemed to be interested in the Antonov machine.

“There, a UFO! What a splendid specimen” the crew noted on the flight recorder.

Roerich Altai-Himalaya, Shambhala Peace through Culture


Interestingly, his expeditions were funded by Lenin’s Red Terrorist Trotsky!