Historical evidence of strange events in the skies

Incredible historical sightings

The universe is full of mysteries that challenge our current knowledge. “Beyond Science” Epoch Times collects stories of strange phenomena to stimulate the imagination and open to any possibility. Are they real? Be you to decide.

The description of unidentified flying objects (UFO) has remained fairly consistent throughout the history, everything goes back since ancient times. While much could be attributed to natural phenomena, a detailed study by NASA in the person of Richard Stothers however remains a small residue of baffling puzzles, about the interpretation of how to place them and in general represent a phenomenon that crosses centuries of time and widely different cultures. “

Stothers (1939-2009) graduated in mathematics from Princeton University, he received his PhD from Harvard and was a permanent member of the NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies.

Here’s a look at five UFO sightings Stothers evaluated and considered shocking in a 2007 report.

1. Chariots in the Sky (witnessed by many)

The historian Josephus writes that in 65 AD a great sighting in Judea: “On the 21st of the month of Artemisium, appeared a miraculous phenomenon, hard to believe. In fact, what I mean it would be difficult to believe, and it would be considered a fable, were it not for the stories of eyewitnesses and subsequent disasters that deserved to be segnalate. In effect before sunset in all parts of the country, they were seen wagons air and armed battalions speeding through the clouds and go on cities. “

Josephus seems to have witnessed the same event, says Stothers, although his credibility must be supported by appealing to eyewitness testimony. The description of what happened does not seem to match any natural phenomenon, Strothers writes.

chariot of god

2. Thousands of Roman soldiers witnessed a UFO?

Plutarch wrote of a sighting witnessed by thousands. In 74 BC, the Roman army was moving to confront the forces of King Mithridates VI in the area of ​​modern Turkey.

“With no apparent change in time, but all of a sudden, the sky burst into pieces, and a huge body like a flame was seen to fall between the two armies,” he wrote. “In form, it was more similar to an amphora for wine (pithoi), and in color, as the molten silver. Both sides were amazed at the sight, and separated. This wonder, as they say, occurred in Phrygia, in a place called Otryae. “
Stothers stresses that meteorites have fallen just blacks, non-colour “molten silver”, which suggests that it was not a meteorite. Even Plutarch does not mention the impact.

Stothers wrote: “The object must be measured much more than one meter in diameter, since it is easily demonstrated in distance greater than the half of a bow-shot. If it stayed on the ground, a meteorite of this size would undoubtedly have become an object of worship in Phrygia, with its long tradition of worship on meteors, but the Phrygian historical records of events on meteors do not mention it. “

However, there is a chance the UFO was a fireball, a bright meteor that often explodes.

ufos in Turkey

3.Sightings during the Second Punic War in Rome

Many sightings were recorded during and after the Second Punic War (218-201 BC) in the lists of Livio wonders. The lists were derived from the Annales Maximi, published by the Pontifex Maximus in Rome. Considering that this source is reliable and accurate, he explained Stothers, due to the procedure time consuming and insights required by the Roman authorities to investigate claims before came recorded. In Rome, in the winter of 218 BC, “A show of ships (navium) it shone in the sky. “

In 217 BC, “For Arpi, round shields (Parmas) were observed in the sky.”

In 173 BC, “at Lanuvio the spectacle of a great fleet was said to have been seen in the sky

It is likely that cloud formations are the result of suggestion and have been mistaken for UFOs, Strother says that, for some time these original formations were known and were familiar. These sightings are not likely to be as fake interpretation soli, because only fake are normally described as “double-only” or “triple alone.”

Ufo during punic wars

4 Angel’s hair

Vitreous fibers similar to a spider’s web, an impalpable substance is said to be left in the wake of the UFO. (Shutterstock)

In modern UFO reports, it is common to hear of glass fibers or a chalky substance left by the UFO, known as angel hair. Report ancient describe them just like angel hair.

In 196 AD, the historian Cassius Dio wrote: “A fine rain reminiscent of silver fell from a clear sky above the Forum of Augustus. I do not know if it’s true, I saw it as it was falling, and I noticed that after it had fallen, had covered some bronze silver plated with such a substance. These have kept the same appearance for three days, but for the fourth day all the substance rubbed on them had disappeared. “

Two other “chalk” Cales rains were reported in 214 BC and 98 BC in Rome

Angel's hair

UFO sighting in Turkey in 2009 demo -image

5. The inhabited ufo

The brother of Pope Pius I was probably the only witness to this UFO sighting near Via Campana, Italy, around 150 AD:

“On a sunny day, a ‘beast’ like a piece of pottery (Ceramos) of about 100 meters in size, it was multi-coloured on top and shooting out fiery rays, landed in a cloud of dust accompanied by a ‘girl’ dressed in white. “

Stothers concluded, “This collection of what might be called ancient UFO reports has been corroborated by a much larger number of reports of aerial objects, most of which have identifications with those notoriously related to such phenomena are at least probable. Embedded in the mass of relatively ancient accounts that can be explained, however, is a small set of inexplicable (or at least not completely explained) reports presumably coming from credible witnesses “

The inhabited ufo
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Cesare Valocchia

Cesare Valocchia was born in Rome in 1970. He is a telecommunications specialist with dedicated fibre optics and data transfer curses. He cultivates two main passions: volunteering in 118 ambulances and ufology. Instructor of cardio-pulmonary resuscitation maneuvers for adults and children, he collected his experiences as a volunteer on the means of the 118 national health emergency service in Rome in an ebook entitled “Non dirmi grazie” “Don’t tell me thank you” His motto is: Helping those who suffer is the best payment. He has devoted himself to ufology since the early 1990s, and has been running the website www.myuforesearch.it since 2011. He conducted the first analysis on the “dancing” Sun of Medjugorje, which linked the UFO phenomenon to the Marian phenomenon. In May 2017, the article was published in the official journal of the National UFO Center. Further analysis of the sighting of unknown flying objects during the “Sun dance” around the world can be found on his website. He has been a member of the National Ufologic Center since 2019.

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