Spotted recently, is an old painting showing what appears to be a Native American using a cell phone. Well, there is nothing wrong with this—except for the fact that cell phones didn’t exist yet. Cell phones wouldn’t be invented for another 46 years back in 1983. This painting was created back in the 1930’s.
It is estimated that this piece was created during 1937. The artist responsible for this striking artwork is Umberto Romano who was born in Bracigliano, Italy back in 1906. He would later move to the United States when he was only 9 years old. His later work, is best described as abstract expressionism.
This painting has since baffled people, as they study it. Seen within the creatively done art piece, is a Native American seen holding a cell phone in his right hand—as he is sitting in what appears to be a small boat or tub.
The painting is entitled ‘Mr. Pynchon and the Settling of Springfield’, it is a depiction of early English settlers and Native Americans in Massachusetts during the 17th century.
Rumors are already swirling, that this is another example of time travel evidence, which was simply overlooked until now. While the notion of this seems completely ridiculous, it also hasn’t been dis-proven yet either.
The featured subject of this painting is a Mr William Pynchon. He was born back in 1590, known for being a rather successful fur trader. Later, he helped found Springfield, Massachusetts.
Surrounded by a number of Native Americans, this event took place nearly 400 years before smartphones would come into play. While this scenario is an interesting one, historians argue that this is nothing more than a man wielding an iron blade, a mirror and a Bible in the scene. Several other people, are seen being tortured in the photograph as well.
A Dr Margaret Bruchac from the University of Pennsylvania said, that this does resemble how people hold their smartphones in modern times. Did early Native Americans possess alien technology of some kind? It has been mentioned by Native American elders, that humans fell from the stars. Perhaps we actually did and we are the creations of a higher power altogether.
Artist Umberto Romano, would have to have known Native Americans possessed cell phone technology—afterward hiding it within his artwork.
Explaining such a situation as this otherwise, would require an elaborate time travel movie scenario situation. There have been many television, books and movies about time travel. Maybe this painting, is worth exploring further.
(Source: Coast to Coast and Daily Mail)