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UFO battle in the sky over Germany in 1561




Many people believe that humans have never walked on the surface of the moon. The space race has influenced world thought since the 1960s. However, it also opened up the possibility of creating Science fiction that helps expand our minds. People have been influenced by movies to believe that there is another world.
Are U̳F̳O̳s A̳l̳i̳e̳n̳ Inventions? Researchers are still trying to find out the truth, but something happened in the sky over Nuremberg in Germany in the 16th century. Residents were shocked to witness an air w̳a̳r̳ as well as several U̳F̳O̳ encounters.
The tragic incident that occurred in Nuremberg on April 14, 1561 was one of the most Mysterious sightings in History. Many residents saw a variety of objects (cylindrical, spherical, triangular) in the sky between 4 and 5 am. m. Some described the incident as a dogfight. They flew through the sky and witnesses said they saw a black triangular object in the sky before hearing the distinctive sound from the outskirts of the city.

An aerial phenomenon observed over Nuremberg (Germany) on April 14, 1561 as illustrated in an illustrated press release from the same month. Hanns Glaser provided the photo.
Hans Wolff Glaser, a German publisher and printer, documented the strange event. He had been publishing prints since 1540, until his de̳a̳t̳h̳ in 15.73. This is Hans Wolff Glaser\’s account of the incident.
“Beyond red, blue or black balls and circular discs, two huge pipes were visible… Three balls, as well as four and more, were discovered inside small and large pipes. These elements began to collide. The conflict seemed to have lasted about an hour, then… from the sun and the sky, it fell on the earth as if everything were burning, and everything was devoured by a great smoke.”
“God only knows what such indications imply. Although we have seen many kinds of signs from heaven to lead us to repentance, our ingratitude still leads us to dismiss such wonders and signs from God. We make fun of them, throwing them to the wind so that God will punish us for our ingratitude. The God-fearing will not ignore these signs, but will take them to their hearts as a w̳a̳r̳ning from God\’s merciful Heavenly Father. He will repair his lives and faithfully ask God to turn his wrath on us, including the deserved punishment. May God provide us with his help in this matter, Amen.”
Experts and historians spent hundreds of years trying to understand the Nuremberg U̳F̳O̳ sightings. Carl Jung, a Swiss psychologist and author, examines the 1959 incident in his book “Flying Saucers. A modern myth of the things that are seen in the sky”. According to Jung, such sightings are a sign of the “collective subconscious,” which is more common in times of distress and upheaval like 16th-century Bavaria.
Jung accidentally endorsed the conspiracy theory that the strange aerial phenomenon was caused by a̳l̳i̳e̳n̳s. Many people also suspected that the strange occurrence was religious propaganda. Some speculated that the unusual sighting was due to an atmospheric phenomenon called the sun. It has a bright spot on one or both sides.

Similar events occurred in 1566 over Basel, Switzerland.
Surprisingly, this episode has not been the only one that has been documented in History. Five years after the Nuremberg sightings in 1566, an almost identical episode was seen in the skies over Basel in Switzerland. Unusual sunsets, sunrises, and even dogfights between a̳l̳i̳e̳n̳ spacecraft were observed.
Not everyone believes in the Sundog effect. Despite being depicted in Glaser\’s engraving, the sun does not rise in Nuremberg between 4 and 5 a.m. in April. There is also no “northern lighting” in these latitudes.