posted on Jan, 9 2012 @ 05:37 PM
In the book "A modern myth of things that are seen in the sky" by CG Jung, 1958, you find the following image:
The "Nuremberg broadsheet of 1561
" by artist Hanns Glaser.
This was an artist and not located in southern Germany Nuremberg, but worked there for a while (he knew the city to not every last detail). The
original image is a part of the collection "Wickiana
" from the Zurich Central Library.
CG Jung says in his text: "" The leaflet comes from Nuremberg, and reports of a "very frightening event" at the time of sunrise on the 14th
April 1561. It has been seen "by many and everyone." There were "balls" of blood-red, bluish and black, and "discs" in large numbers near the
sun, 3 in a line, 4 in a square and many single spheres with blood-red crosses between them. There were also 4 pipes (cylinders) Then they all started
to argue. This all took about an hour then some of them crashed to the earth while the others left
It is clear there are several differently shaped objects that moved across the sky. Also, interesting on the drawing is the scene on the lower right
with the UFO crash and the burning house.
There are mainly the "pipes", which with their cylindrical shapes are analogous in modern Ufo reports. There are, to speak in Ufo-language, "mother
ships", which will transport the smaller lens-shaped UFOs over long distances. The picture shows them in function, namely UFOs dismissing or taking