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Originally posted by thesearchfortruth
Very interesting. I definitely believe that our ancestors had contact with aliens.
Originally posted by all answers exist
one of the more interesting encounters because of the time frame and paintings, but one thing that jumps out at me....
...WHERE is all the debris and evidence of a battle, surely there would be something left behind after such a battle??No??
...unless it was a show instead of a battle
Originally posted by Rising Against
I just found what images were available on the internet. Then posted them here.
Originally posted by Khaaaaaan!!
reply to post by Phage
No, they knew what the hell fireworks, and cannons, and greek fire, and all that stuff was.................
New type of fireworks.....jeeeeez...............................................................
From 1500-1700, the most popular type of firework was the "dragon". The massive device consisted of a wooden framework which was covered in painted paper-maché scales. Inside, it was loaded with fountains, firecrackers, and rockets, some of which would shoot out of the mouth to make it "breathe fire". Often times, two or more dragons would be constructed and aimed at each other as they ignited to "battle
During the Renaissance in Europe (1400-1500), the Italians began to develop fireworks into a true art form. Since this was a period of artistic creativity and expression, many new fireworks were created for the first time. Military rockets could be modified by adding powered metals and charcoal in order to create bursts of gold and silver sparks in the sky. The Italians were able to develop aerial shells - canisters of of explosive composition that were launched into the sky and exploded at the maximum altitude
“The battle saw some of the fiercest urban combat during the war and it took four days for the United States to capture the city. The battle was a blow to Nazi Germany as Nuremberg was a center of the Nazi regime. Many rallies took place in the city and to lose the city to the Americans took a heavy toll on already low Germany morale. Even though American forces heavily outnumbered the German forces, it wasn't until 20 April, that the 7th Army took the city center. The battle devastated the city. “
At sunrise on the 14th April 1561, the citizens of Nuremberg beheld "A very frightful spectacle." The sky appeared to fill with cylindrical objects from which red, black, orange and blue white disks and globes emerged. Crosses and tubes resembling cannon barrels also appeared whereupon the objects promptly "began to fight one another."