UFO sightings in the Middle Ages

(ORDO NEWS) — UFOs are far from a new phenomenon. As soon as humanity began to describe events, it began to record observations of “unidentified flying objects”. Many records have come down to us from the Middle Ages.

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During a planned execution in Tatsunokuchi, Kamakura, Japan, a UFO appeared and frightened the population. According to reports, “an object appeared in the sky like a full moon, brilliant and bright.” The alleged victim who was to be beheaded, a famous priest named Nichiren, was pardoned.

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William of the Newburgh Chronicles in Yorkshire, England, contains the following description: “The abbot and the monks were at the meal when a flat, round, shining, silvery object flew over the abbey and caused the greatest horror.”

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The entire population of Angkor Wat mysteriously disappeared. Large “sky boats” have been seen in the area.

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Strange lights circled over Constantinople the night before its conquest by the Turks. Some of the lights shot up at high speed and then split into many smaller lights.

March 17, 1458

Five “stars” appeared over Japan. They circled the moon, changed colors three times, and then disappeared. The residents of Kyoto, Japan, were so worried about this event that they fled and hid, awaiting the impending disaster.

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November 1, 1461

The French Duke of Burgundy wrote in his memoirs that “an object appeared in the skies over France on the night of November 1, 1461. It was as long and wide as a crescent moon; it hung motionless for about a quarter of an hour, clearly visible, and then suddenly twisted and turned like a spring, and ascended into heaven. ”

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A large object, emitting “creaking sounds”, flew out of Mount Kasuga. None of the townspeople had seen anything like it before.

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It is reported that a large “comet” flew over Arabia. The comet was reported to have had many windows.

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From the personal diary of Christopher Columbus during his famous journey, there is the following entry:

Saturday, September 15, 1492 “And on that night, at the beginning of it, they saw a wonderful fiery branch fall from the sky into the sea at a distance of four or five leagues from them.”

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August 7, 1566

In Basile, Switzerland, a large number of black orbs flew across the sky. They seemed to be fighting each other. Hundreds, if not thousands, of people witnessed this battle. “Many became fiery and red, eventually swallowed up and disappeared.”

April 4, 1561

More than two hundred large cylinders, globes and “spinning discs” flew over the skies of Nuremberg, Germany. People also reported seeing red, black and orange orbs, as well as “smoking spheres”, emerging from cylinders in the sky.

October 24, 1593 A
soldier disappears completely in Manila, Philippines. The next day, he showed up again in Mexico City! The man was able to fully describe yesterday’s news from the Philippines. (Remember, there were no planes, no radio, no television.)

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A large number of “spinning fireballs” are reported over Kyoto, Japan. The “Spinning Red Wheel” hovered over Nijo Castle. The samurai guards were terrified.

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Residents of Robozero, Russia, saw the shining ball in the middle of a cloudless day. The object was round and brighter than the sun.

July 9, 1686

A large ball flew across the sky in Leipzig, Germany, and two smaller balls of light emerged from it.

December 9, 1731

In Sheffield, England, Thomas Short described the following: “A dark red cloud, under which was a luminous body that was emitting intense rays of light. The light beams moved slowly for a while, then stopped. Suddenly it got so hot that I was able to take off my shirt even when I was outside. ”

December 9, 1731

A similar object appeared on the same day over Romania. In the old manuscripts it was described as follows: In the West there appeared a great sign in the sky, blood red and very large. It remained in place for two hours, splitting in two, which then reunited and the object disappeared to the west.

January 2, 1749

Three balls “like the moon” appeared over Japan. The people were so scared that riots broke out. To try to calm the situation, the government ordered the execution of everyone who rioted “because of the balloons in the sky.” Later, the “three moons” appeared. A few days later, “two suns” appeared.

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In Sweden, three objects “like the moon” appeared in the sky and stayed there for four days and then disappeared. In another incident that same year, a luminous ball appeared at night and emitted beams of light from it.

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UFOs have been accompanying humanity since the very moment of its appearance on planet Earth. Ancient sources report sightings of UFOs and “gods” descending from them to earth.


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