Observations and contacts with UFOs in the Middle Ages

Observations and contacts with UFOs in the Middle Ages

BC in such sources as the ancient Indian Mahabharata and the biblical Old Testament are very often found descriptions of meetings with unusual creatures and objects. Ufologists interpret them as descriptions of aliens and their technology.

What is curious, with the advent of our era, the amount of less reliable information contained in various historical sources about UFOs and aliens sharply decreases. It seems that the aliens for 600 years left our planet and more openly did not interfere in the process of human development.

However, then some of them probably decided to return, and in the era of the early Middle Ages, references to mysterious objects began to appear again in historical sources.

Perhaps a small amount of such information at that time was due to the domination of the church: a witness to any mysterious phenomenon could be accused of intercourse with the devil, after which the narrator was expected to be tortured and a fire.This can be confirmed by the fate of Giordano Bruno, who preached the idea of ​​a multitude of inhabited worlds in the Universe and expressed enough seditious thoughts for that time:

“So, I declare that there are infinite separate worlds, similar to Earth, which, like Pythagoras, I regard as a star, similar in nature to the Moon, other stars and other planets, which have no end, and that all these bodies are infinite worlds , thus forming invisible infinity in infinite space, and this is called the infinite Universe ... "

For such statements on February 17, 1600, he was burned at the stake of the Inquisition.

In those centuries, there were no technical terms to describe UFOs, and often in eyewitness accounts they look like sea ships, “flying houses”, and also something mystical or devilish. In some countries of Western Europe, legends about mysterious phenomena are preserved, which were usually called “wild hunt” or “night hunt” (when the mysterious “something” abducted people forever or then returned them, as a rule, terribly mutilated).

Information about unusual events and incidents of the VII — VIII centuries was collected by an English monk Bede Hon. In his book, The Church History of the People of England, interesting facts resemble UFO flights:

664 year. “At night, at the cemetery of the monastery in Barking, near the Thames, when the sisters sang psalms on the graves, they suddenly noticed light from the sky, descending on them, like a huge canvas. Then the light rose, moved to the other side of the monastery and went to the heavenly heights. Such a bright light can overshadow the midday sun. The next morning, a young man in the church reported that the rays that penetrated through the gaps in the doors and windows seemed to carry the light of the past day ”(Book 4, Ch. VII).

In the same year, for some reason, the corpse of a nun was kidnapped, and in a rather unusual way:

“... one night, before dawn, when a nun in Barking, named Tortigat, came out of the cell ... the corpse wrapped in linen, lighter than the Sun, began to rise upward from the house where the sisters had put it to rest. She quickly figured out what was going up. This vision of the godly body she had seen rose farther and farther on ropes that glittered brighter than gold until it became imperceptible.disappearing into the widening sky ”(Vol. 4, Ch. IX).

690 year. In Saxony, "... two English priests were killed by heaven and thrown into the Rhine. A huge ray of light reaching the sky followed their bodies floating on the river ”(Vol. 5, Ch. X).

The enlightened monk emphasizes the unusual nature of what happened - "the skies were killed." In the description of other cases of death of people, he usually indicates a rather ordinary reason for their death - “they died during a thunderstorm” or “killed by lightning”.

The Laurissen Annals contains the following information:

776 year. Saxons began to build a platform from which they stormed the church.

“But the Lord was kind, as always. He overcame his pride, and on the same day there was an attack on the Christians who lived near the church, and a vision appeared - the top of the church inside the fortress. She was also seen outside these places, and many who live here to this day say that they saw a semblance of two huge red shields hanging over the church, and when the pagans saw this sign, they were thrown into confusion and fled in panic. ”

The same period of time includes events that are set out in the ancient Japanese chronicle "Nihonga":

637 year. "A large star sailed from east to west, making a thundering sound."

640 year. "On the seventh day of the second month of spring, the star entered the moon."

642 year. "In the autumn, on the ninth day of the seventh month in the reign of Empress Ame-Toe-Tokaro-Ikashi-hi-Tarasi-Hime, a guest star entered the moon."

661 year. “In the autumn, the first day of the eighth month, the crown prince was with the remains of the Empress ... That evening, on the top of Mount Asakura, there was a demon in a large hat looking at funeral rituals. Seeing him, all the people exclaimed in amazement. ”

The Anglo-Saxon chronicle of Gemar mentions fire from the sky that destroyed an entire settlement:

680 year. At this time, Koldingham burned. "He was set ablaze by fire from heaven, which was sent down by the will of God."

Unfortunately, the details of this tragedy are not reported, but such cases in England, when forests, crops, as well as cities and villages, were burnt out repeatedly, in 1032, 1048, 1067, 1078. All these disasters are associated with a rotating fire sign in heaven.

Jofri Gamer wrote in 1067:

“This year truly many people have seen a fire-like sign. Over the course of a year, he burned furiously and burned, having approached the Earth for a while, he brightly illuminated it. Then, spinning, he retired high, and then descended deep into the sea. In many places he burned down forests and fields. No one knew what it was, nor that this sign was predicted.In Northumberland County, this fire has been shown for two seasons. ”

The Brothers Grimm in “German Traditions” cite a strange story that happened in 1125. From the description it can be concluded that someone (obviously not a man) used a flamethrower for some reason to set fire to forests and fields in Germany:

“This year a fiery man roamed the mountains like a ghost. It was at midnight. The man passed from one birch to another and lit them. The guard said that he himself was like a blazing flame. He did this all three nights. Georg Miltenburger ... said: “At the first appearance on Sunday night between 11 and 12 o'clock not far from my house a person set fire to everything around. He went from border to border, and after midnight suddenly disappeared. ” He inspired fear to many people, because from his nose and from his mouth there was a fire that scattered with terrible speed in all directions. ”

There is a description of unusual objects in the "History of England", which was written by Mathieu of Paris (XIII century):

1077 year. April 9th. This year, on Palm Sunday, at about 6 o'clock, in a completely serene sky J. a huge star appeared near the sun.

1104 In the sky of England, a large cigar-shaped object was observed, around which several luminous disks were circling.

1200 year.They say that “the Lord wrote a warning message to Earth in heaven ... and everyone fell on their faces, praying that it would not predict any troubles. Down over Jerusalem, it hung over the altar of St. Simon on Calvary, where Jesus Christ was crucified.

1234 “At midnight the Circumcision of the Lord in a clear cloudless sky, on which the stars and the eight-day Moon shone, a large ship of wonderful color, graceful form and good rigging suddenly appeared. To some monks of the monastery of St. Alban ... who observed him for a long time, it seemed that his covering was painted. Then he began to fade. ”

In 1235, the Japanese commander Yoritsuma and his warriors saw luminous objects in the form of saucers that appeared above them, which throughout the night described circles and loops in the sky.

The Chronicle of Lanercost (XIV century), which tells about remarkable events in England and Scotland during the reign of Edward III (1312–1377), also describes ambiguous incidents:

1289 Old shepherd John Fraunsis, instead of going to church, was herd in the Dalton forest near Richmond (Britain). Spirits of air appeared, formless gnomes who began to strike him, from which his whole body ached.They tried to lift him up, but he firmly clung to the ground, turning his thoughts to the Passion of the Lord, until the spirits, finally realizing the futility of their efforts, did not fly away. He dragged himself to the house, spent a week in bed and told all his friends what had happened.

1295 On July 27, red shields appeared in the sky of Scotland with the emblems of the king of England ... Their great multitude occupied the entire sky.

A Belgian Jesuit monk, Albert d’Orville, observed an unusual phenomenon in Tibet, in Lhasa:

"November 1661 Something moving in the sky caught my attention. At first I thought that it was a bird of an unknown breed living in this country. But when approaching, it took the shape of a double Chinese hat, flying and slowly spinning, as if weightless, on the invisible wings of the wind.

Surely it was a miracle, magic. This object, passing over the city, as if to admire it, made two circles and disappeared in a hazy haze. No matter how I strained my eye, I could no longer see him. I wondered if the height I was at was playing a joke with me, however, noticing a llama nearby, asked him if he had seen it.

Shaking his head, he said to me: “My son, what you saw is sorcery. Creatures from other worlds have been plying the oceans of space for centuries. They brought about the mind shining to the first people inhabiting the Earth. They forbade any violence and taught love for one another. However, their teaching was similar to seeds thrown on a stone, and did not germinate. We are well received by these bright beings, and they often descend near our monasteries, teaching us and uncovering things lost many centuries ago during cataclysms that changed the face of the world. ”

A similar object was observed on August 5, 192B during the expedition to the mountains of Tibet by the famous artist and explorer Nikolai Roerich. In "The Heart of Asia," he wrote:

“And we notice how, at a high altitude, something brilliant is moving from north to south. From the tents brought three strong binoculars. We see a voluminous spheroid body glistening in the sun, clearly visible in the blue sky, □ but moving very fast. Then we notice how it changes direction more towards the south-west and hides behind Humbolt’s snow chain. ”

The evidence of the kidnapping was left by Renwarth Kisat, a clerk of the city of Lucerne:

"In the summer of 1572, the month of Neemriva on the 15th day, my fellow countryman named Hans Buchmann, also referred to as Krissbühler von Romanshvil, who works at the Rotterdam office, who was already 50 years old, brought to my notice that once he had many assignments from the authorities, suddenly disappeared forever. Four weeks later from the missing came the news that he is in Milan. Finally, at the Meeting of the next, 1573 (February 2, that is, two and a half months after his disappearance), he returned home, having lost hair, a beard, and even an eyebrow; while his face and head were broken and covered with abrasions. As soon as the authorities learned about this, they conducted a special inquiry, to which I was a witness. ”

In the Latin manuscript of Emplfort Abbey (England) it is said that "one day in 1290 a huge oval silver body appeared over the heads of frightened monks, resembling a disk, which slowly flew over them, causing great horror."

In 1490, a silver disc-shaped object flew over the rooftops of Ireland several times, leaving a long trail. During its flight to the bell tower, the bell broke.

Flying objects in the form of shields or disks were also observed: in 1133 m above Japan, in 1209 m above the Bayland Abbey in England, in 1553 m above Stockholm, in 1676 m above Tuscany.

Cigar-shaped objects were noted in 783 over Telkoun (England), in 848 and 1527 over France, in 1619 - over Lake Uri (Switzerland).

In 934, a strange object was observed in China, which repeatedly changed shape in flight, and in 1015 in Japan, they saw how two smaller luminous balls flew out of two small flying objects.

There are also examples where several flying objects were connected into one, as it was in 989 and 1423 over Japan, in 1167 over England and in 1699 in the Avignon region (France). In these cases, the flying objects emit rays.

In 1517, in the logbook of one of the ships of the squadron of the conquistador Juan de Grihalva, located near the Yucatan Peninsula, it was recorded that a strange object appeared above the masts of the ships, which then hovered for 3 hours over the village of Cuotzcoalca, throwing bright rays.

In 1520, a large ball flew over the city of Erfurt (Germany), accompanied by two small balls, and a rotating (!) Beam emanated from a large ball.

The trajectories of the observed objects were different.So, for example, in 557 over China, in 1423 over Japan, and in 1639 over Boston, they moved in a zigzag fashion. In other cases, they stopped and hung for some time, as it was in 905 over China, in 1433 over Nice, in 1551 over Lisbon and in 1571 over Rome, as observed by Pope Pius V, in 1606 Kyoto, the ancient capital of Japan, and in 1636 over Leipzig.

In 1461, an unknown object flying over the city of Arros (France), suddenly began to move in a spiral.

In 1566, luminous spherical objects made various maneuvers over Münster (Germany).

An interesting case was observed in 1646 in the city of Cambridge (Britain), where in front of the spectators a rotating fireball first landed outside the city, and then "took off and sped away at great speed."

There are many cases when there were groups of flying objects. But the behavior of groups of unknown objects, whose maneuvers gave the impression of a confrontation between them, looked particularly strange. Here are some examples of such "battles."

In the summer of 1355 a lot of people observed the appearance of a large number of objects shining with blue and red light over England.They moved across the sky in different directions, and the impression was created that they entered into a mutual struggle. Then the "army" of red objects began to triumph over the blue ones, which hastily landed on the ground.

In April 1561, many flying "plates" and "crosses" and two huge cylinders appeared from Nuremberg, from which groups of balloons flew. Numerous spheres and discs painted in red, blue and black were observed simultaneously. All of them staged in the sky like an air battle, horrifying the entire population of the city. After an hour, objects began to fall and fall to the ground, exterminating each other.

In August 1566, large “inclined tubes” were observed in the sky above Basel (Germany), from which spheres arose. At the same time, a large number of black spherical bodies flying at high speed toward the Sun were noticed nearby. After some time they made a half turn and began to collide with each other, as if depicting a battle. Some of the objects became fiery red and, as it were, “ate” each other.

Images of unknown objects that were observed in the sky during the Middle Ages were preserved: in the Verdun Museum - an object in the form of a cigar,observed in 1034; in the Stockholm cathedral - five discs, which appeared in 1535; in the Zurich Town Hall - disc-shaped objects, patrolling in 1547 and 1558; in Hamburg - a large ball of fire that flew in 1697.

Engravings, which show the mass appearance of spherical objects in 1561 over Nuremberg and in 1566 above Basel and Munster, have also been preserved.

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    Observations and contacts with UFOs in the Middle Ages

    Observations and contacts with UFOs in the Middle Ages

    Observations and contacts with UFOs in the Middle Ages

    Observations and contacts with UFOs in the Middle Ages

    Observations and contacts with UFOs in the Middle Ages

    Observations and contacts with UFOs in the Middle Ages

    Observations and contacts with UFOs in the Middle Ages

    Observations and contacts with UFOs in the Middle Ages

    Observations and contacts with UFOs in the Middle Ages

    Observations and contacts with UFOs in the Middle Ages

    Observations and contacts with UFOs in the Middle Ages

    Observations and contacts with UFOs in the Middle Ages

    Observations and contacts with UFOs in the Middle Ages

    Observations and contacts with UFOs in the Middle Ages

    Observations and contacts with UFOs in the Middle Ages

    Observations and contacts with UFOs in the Middle Ages

    Observations and contacts with UFOs in the Middle Ages

    Observations and contacts with UFOs in the Middle Ages

    Observations and contacts with UFOs in the Middle Ages

    Observations and contacts with UFOs in the Middle Ages

    Observations and contacts with UFOs in the Middle Ages

    Observations and contacts with UFOs in the Middle Ages

    Observations and contacts with UFOs in the Middle Ages

    Observations and contacts with UFOs in the Middle Ages

    Observations and contacts with UFOs in the Middle Ages

    Observations and contacts with UFOs in the Middle Ages

    Observations and contacts with UFOs in the Middle Ages

    Observations and contacts with UFOs in the Middle Ages

    Observations and contacts with UFOs in the Middle Ages

    Observations and contacts with UFOs in the Middle Ages

    Observations and contacts with UFOs in the Middle Ages

    Observations and contacts with UFOs in the Middle Ages

    Observations and contacts with UFOs in the Middle Ages

    Observations and contacts with UFOs in the Middle Ages

    Observations and contacts with UFOs in the Middle Ages

    Observations and contacts with UFOs in the Middle Ages

    Observations and contacts with UFOs in the Middle Ages

    Observations and contacts with UFOs in the Middle Ages

    Observations and contacts with UFOs in the Middle Ages

    Observations and contacts with UFOs in the Middle Ages

    Observations and contacts with UFOs in the Middle Ages

    Observations and contacts with UFOs in the Middle Ages

    Observations and contacts with UFOs in the Middle Ages

    Observations and contacts with UFOs in the Middle Ages

    Observations and contacts with UFOs in the Middle Ages

    Observations and contacts with UFOs in the Middle Ages

    Observations and contacts with UFOs in the Middle Ages

    Observations and contacts with UFOs in the Middle Ages

    Observations and contacts with UFOs in the Middle Ages

    Observations and contacts with UFOs in the Middle Ages

    Observations and contacts with UFOs in the Middle Ages

    Observations and contacts with UFOs in the Middle Ages

    Observations and contacts with UFOs in the Middle Ages

    Observations and contacts with UFOs in the Middle Ages

    Observations and contacts with UFOs in the Middle Ages

    Observations and contacts with UFOs in the Middle Ages

    Observations and contacts with UFOs in the Middle Ages

    Observations and contacts with UFOs in the Middle Ages

    Observations and contacts with UFOs in the Middle Ages