A man could visit the moon in the 16thcentury

Could man have been on the moon for more than 4 and a half centuries
back? The official science, of course, will deny it, and indeed
обычные обыватели вряд ли поверят, что в 16-м century нашим предкам
similar technologies were available.

However, most ordinary people are not even aware that
the planet has a great many priceless ancient manuscripts,
which describe the striking achievements of the past. And one of
Such manuscripts gave alternative studies the basis
to believe that people were on the natural satellite of our planet
long before the Americans.

Amazing find from the 16th century

The manuscript of Sibiu, discovered in the eponymous Romanian city in
1961, contains more than 450 pages with images, drawings and
detailed descriptions of multistage rockets, various
varieties of liquid fuels and even spacecraft, very
similar in their technical characteristics to modern. Doe
Toderiu of the University of Bucharest, who committed this
amazing finding, at first did not believe my eyes.

The book, as it turned out, was written in 1556 in German
language mysterious medieval inventor Konrad Haas
(1509-1576), famous for creating the first in the history of mankind
rockets. This ingenious military engineer and expert on firearms
described in the unique manuscript the results of his 25-year-old
scientific activities on the invention of advanced missiles that could
already then climb into outer space.

It is assumed that Conrad Haas was born in Transylvania or
Austria, while in Sibiu, which was then called Hermanstadt, arrived with
Holy Roman Emperor Ferdinand I, in charge of
military arsenal of the royal army.

The book presents extensive information about artillery and
ballistics, carefully demonstrated device spirit types
rockets: parallel-connected and multi-stage. Descriptions
deltoid stabilizers, bell-shaped nozzles, rocket
fuel and much more ahead of their time. Many
experts even thought about whether the inventor could get
your knowledge from the future or from aliens.

Haas medieval rockets could already fly to the moon

It’s impossible to tell if Haas really managed to realize his
the desire to launch a rocket with a spacecraft. However,
some scientists believe that it could happen somewhere in the region
1550 year. Moreover, theoretically, the inventor even had
the opportunity to send someone from their countrymen to the moon, from where
he did not come back. Perhaps it is not by chance that modern
ufologists and virtual archaeologists repeatedly find on the surface
Selenium human remains and debris of aircraft.

However, there is one important nuance that suggests the opposite.
Despite the fact that Haas was engaged in the creation of weapons, he was great
humanist and with all his strength he advocated that humanity live in
world, and all the powder eventually dampened in the armory. Could such
spiritually advanced person send someone to die for
outside the home planet? Maybe instead he sent to the moon
empty spaceship? However, fanatics at all times
enough. Even in our time, thousands of young people are eager to fly to
Mars – almost sure death …

Eminent scientists, of course, uncompromising in the matter
medieval space flight. According to academics, no
there is no documented evidence However from where
If they have not invented any cameras or
camcorders? Even if the king himself officially confirmed then,
that the Haas rocket flew into the sky itself and did not return back,
would believe modern cabinet luminaries according to some
medieval king?

Well, if there were irrefutable evidence of flights to
Luna, what did that change b? Judge for yourself: the first creator of rockets
recognized German fireworker Johann Schmidlap. Still! And it is not
despite the fact that the Sibiu manuscript should have a palm in this
The question is to give Conrad Haas. No matter how wrong! Academic science
almost never part with their delusions, especially
those that relate to history …

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