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Earth Grid - Vortexes - Devil's Triangle - Bermuda Triangle
This area has a high degree of electromagnetic energy and is often thought of as a portal - vortex - or wormhole to somewhere off planet Earth. It has stirred the imagination of many writers and those who think beyond physical Earth.
Metaphysics: Many people believe that the Bermuda Triangle houses the famous lost city of Atlantis which is another grid reality running parallel to our experience in 3D Earth. No evidence has been brought forth to prove this theory, but many claim to have felt the powers of the lost city.
There have been theories about aliens using the portals to visit the planet.
The area is shaped like a pyramid because the area is a major grid point of energy linked to one of 12 ethereal pyramids that create the matrix of our reality.
The term Bermuda Triangle was first used in an article written by Vincent H. Gaddis for Argosy Magazine in 1964. In the article Gaddis claimed that in this strange sea a number of ships and planes had disappeared without explanation. Gaddis wasn't the first one to come to this conclusion, either. As early as 1952 George X. Sands, in a report in Fate Magazine, noted what seemed like an unusually large number of strange accidents in that region.
In 1969 John Wallace Spencer wrote a book called Limbo of the Lost specifically about the triangle.
Two years later, a feature documentary on the subject, 'The Devil's Triangle', was released.
These, along with the bestseller The Bermuda Triangle, published in 1974, permanently registered the legend of the "Hoodoo Sea" within popular culture.
Several books suggested that the disappearances were due to an intelligent, technologically advanced race living in space or under the sea.
Phenomena noted in the area of the Bermuda Triangle - a glowing 'white water' scanned from satellites and a glowing green fog.
In the past 100 years, the Bermuda Triangle has been known to have claimed over 1000 lives.
The first legends of the Bermuda Triangle begin already with Christopher Columbus. As a captain, he was greatly respected, and his brave sailing efforts helped revolutionize the world. Much of the information we have about Columbus is picked up directly from his journal, so we are able to trace his footsteps to the New World. His first problem occurred as he ran into the Sargasso Sea.