One of the most mysterious ancient cultures in the world is Vinca. Numerous archaeological remains have been discovered near Belgrade, Serbia. Among the most important objects of culture are the statues, over 2000, depicting an alien species visited on Earth to influence human development.
The statues of Vinca are quite amazing because they depict the gods who came to visit our planet to teach people the mysteries of science. The figurines were discovered right near Belgrade, Serbia, several decades ago. Since then, the figurines have stirred up many controversies.
It is up to anyone to realize that these figurines are an alien species. They had almond eyes, skin of gray, brown or even dark blue, nose extremely small and even thickened in the skull, ears almost nonexistent, as were lips and head without hair. These aliens, it seems, came from the heart of the universe to help people in their evolution. This theory is represented in every ancient culture, either through different objects that depict the aliens or even there are numerous written testimonies regarding the contact made.
It is believed that contact with the mysterious aliens took place before the great Egyptian civilization was born. At that time people learned the ability to write, to count, but they were also taught about agriculture or how to build a rudimentary house.
Also interesting is the fact that this culture has led its existence on an extremely vast territory, which included that of our country. It is also assumed that as a result of these experiences or exchanges the famous writing from Tartaria would have been born.
The Vinca-Turdaș culture was a European culture (between the 5th and 3rd millennium BC) that extended around the Danube in Romania (Banat and Oltenia), Serbia, Bulgaria and Macedonia although traces of it are found throughout the Balkan Peninsula.
The plastic of the Vinca culture is of great richness and variety as well as very carefully processed, the suggestion of life and movement being always present, even when the anatomical proportions and details are treated briefly, schematized … The ceramic of the Turdaş culture is of three categories in terms of pasta : coarse, semi-final (intermediate) and fine.
The main categories of ornaments are incisions, impressions and – more rarely – those made by painting or polishing.
He excelled with highly stylized anthropomorphic statues that surprised with a rare expressive force. We consider, among other things, unique examples as plasticity of the model such as the head of the statuette whose hairstyle, laconically suggested by a few deeply incised lines, sees from the “artist” who achieved an almost “modern” sensibility.
Despite the economy of means used, it manages to impress us with the ability to reduce to the essence of reality, which was demonstrated by the Neolithic master.