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Unidentified flying objects in a tapestry of the middle ages?
The summer Triumph’ is a tapestry produced in 1538 A.D. In the city of Bruges, Belgium. The work represents the victorious rise of a sovereign power. However there is something very unusual depicted in the tapestry, which easily could pass unnoticed and which resemble the shape of the classic ‘flying saucers‘ made popular by the media. The city of Bruges is the capital and the largest city of the province of West Flanders, the Flemish region of Belgium, in the northwest of the country.
The city’s origins date back to pre-Roman times and has been the subject of numerous invasions, mainly because of its strategic location. In the city museum Bayerisches National museum is exposed a tapestry donated by Hypo Vereinsbank UniCredit Bank AG. If you look carefully at the top of the work, especially to the left side, you will notice a series of curious black hat shaped objects suspended in the air and have no parallel with any other religious representation of the medieval period.
Some experts have suggested that the objects represent divine favor the rise to power of the sovereign portrait work. But since the curious blacks objects in a flying saucer and are considered a symbol of divine manifestation? And if they are, why? If the people of that period interpreted the ‘flying hats’ to the deity, it means that they have actually seen these objects in the sky considering them a ‘divine phenomenon’? Of course, among the performers there are those who answered that question by explaining that blacks flying objects are nothing but clouds oddly shaped … According to your esteemed opinion? I do not think they are strange shapes, but I think they are original forms of UFOs, also because they are from the opinion that the ancient painters expressed what they saw.