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Mysteries of Bermuda Triangle and Vile Vortices

Bermuda Triangle

In the early 1970’s a British biologist and author, Ivan Sanderson,  plotted aircraft and ship mysterious disappearances world-wide. He noticed that twelve of these peculiar vortices, where the pull of the Earth’s electromagnetic waves is stronger than anywhere else, were equally spaced over the globe forming a geometric figure known as Icosahedron. It is comprised of 20 plane faces, demonstrating the planetary grid at work, an intelligent, geometric pattern into which the energies of the earth are organised.

In these areas of Vile Vortices strange sky and sea conditions, magnetic anomalies, unexplained disappearances, time lapse, mechanical and instrument malfunctions and other energy aberrations all seemed to congregate.

One of the zones was on the western tip of the Bermuda Triangle, an infamous area off the coast of Florida that sustains heavy daily traffic both by sea and by air, extending from Bermuda to the tip of southern Florida, and then to the Bahamas via Puerto Rico. It’s one of the most heavily traveled shipping lanes in the world known to swallow ships and vanish planes. Although the exact number is not known, at least 50 ships and 20 airplane disappearances and about 8000 lost lives have been reported in the Bermuda Triangle since 1945.
Nobody has been able to solve the mysteries of the Bermuda Triangle so far.  There are various theories but none of them proven: alien activity, powerful workings of the mythical underwater city Atlantis, electronic fog, human error, hexagonal clouds, tropical cyclones and others.

The electronic fog – electromagnetic field disturbances theory is now considered a strong contender to explain the anomalies, with the idea that magnetic fields in the region are somehow disturbed by the equatorial electrojets reacting to shock waves from solar winds and this affects the navigation systems on boats and planes.

The Atlantis theory is based on Edgar Cayce’s channeling of a giant crystal that was used by the Atlanteans as a powerful laser crystal weapon and as a guiding energy source for Atlantean aircraft. Edgar Cayce said the crystal was submerged underneath the water of the Bermuda Triangle. He stated that on clear days when the water was calmer, the sunlight hit the crystal and activated it. The crystal beam disrupted electronic equipment and was responsible for the disappearances in the Bermuda Triangle.

The intriguing evidence for this is off the coast of Cuba, the Bimini islands and other nearby locations where there are remains submerged under the ocean of an ancient civilisation, possibly the acclaimed Atlantis. Allegedly in 1968 Dr. Ray Brown was scuba diving in the Bahamas with some friends and due to a storm he was separated from them and got lost. Whilst trying to find his way he stumbled upon a mysterious pyramid jutting out from the sand on the sea bed, but not completely exposed, 75-100 miles east from Bimini, close to the Berry chain. He managed to find an entrance to the pyramid and salvaged a crystal that he found sitting on two metal hands on a pedestal near the apex within its interior.
It’s said that while lecturing and displaying the crystal in England in the 1980’s, Brown was knighted but the group that invited him had darker plans. They supposedly stole the crystal from him on numerous occasions but it miraculously teleported back to him each time. Brown died at the age of 89 in the mid-1990s. There were also reports about other attempts to steal the crystal.
I must say that while the story seems very far-fetched, it’s also possibly true. The crystal does exist and many people swear that it has some sort of mystical power.

In his 1972 article “Twelve Devils Graveyards around the World”, Sanderson described how statistical research and modern communications technology had helped him discover other areas with similar anomalies:
Algerian Megaliths, south of Timbuktu
Hamakulia Volcano, east of Hawaii
The South Atlantic Anomaly (SAA)
North and South Poles
The Wharton Basin, west to Western Australia
New Hebrides Trench in the southwestern Pacific Ocean, between the islands of Vanuatu and New Caledonia
The Megaliths of Zimbabwe
Mohenjo-daro, Karachi, Pakistan
Dragon’s Triangle (or Devil’s Sea), south of Japan
Easter Island

The Dragon’s triangle extends as a triangle between Japan and the Islands of Bonin, including a major portion of the Philippine Sea. Between 1950 and 1954, nine large ships completely disappeared in this area and UFO sightings as well as magnetic anomalies have often been reported there. This area is also along the rim of the ‘Ring of Fire’, the highly active volcano chain of the Pacific.

Easter Island or Rapa Nui, one of the most remote inhabited islands on earth in the southern Pacific Ocean that falls under the territory of Chili, around 5 hours by plane from Santiago. This volcanic island is tiny, some 63 square miles and it’s a home to 887 huge statues, called Moai. When the statues were fully uncovered, the biggest statue was 70ft in height and weight 297 tons. The statues (Moai) are said to represent Rupa Nui ancestors. Out of all the mysterious structures in the world, the Easter Island Moai and the large slabs of Stonehenge are perhaps the most famous. Easter island is on the same Ley line that goes through the Great Pyramid of Giza, Machu Picchu, Persepolis and Angkor Wat.



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