Sunday, March 27, 2011

The Mysterious Place On Earth: Bermuda Triangle

The Mysterious Place On Earth: Bermuda Triangle

The Bermuda Triangle also known as the Devil‘s Triangle is a name given to an area off the Eastern Coast of the United States of America, and is synonymous for the unusual effects that many planes and aircraft have experienced whilst travelling in and above the area.

 The area is one of the most heavily-sailed shipping lanes in the world, with ships crossing through it daily for ports in the Americas, Europe, and the Caribbean Islands. Cruise ships are also plentiful, and pleasure craft regularly go back and forth between Florida and the islands. It is also a heavily flown route for commercial and private aircraft heading towards Florida, the Caribbean, and South America from points north.
 Christopher Columbus was the first person to document something strange in the Triangle, reporting that he and his crew observed "strange dancing lights on the horizon", flames in the sky, and bizarre compass bearings in the area. The Bermuda Triangle is unquestionably, more renowned for the many crafts that have,”disappeared there, without a trace.”

Martin Caidin, who was flying around Bermuda Trianlge on June 11th, 1986  reported an extraordinary encounter that took place in his life..
He says that it is real, detailed, witnessed and established without a shadow of a doubt.
He was flying with others from Bermuda to Jacksonville Naval Air Base in Florida, equipped with an array of navigational equipment, and were receiving many satellite photographs of the area that they were flying in.
It was a warm and sunny day when they took off.
Quite suddenly Caidin was unable to see the outer portion of the left wing of the aeroplane, and then later the right wing, although he knew that according to the satellite read-outs that it should not of been obscured by mist.
He then noticed around him that the blue sky had turned to a creamy yellow version of a “whiteout” and that all the instruments within the aeroplane were, “going crazy”. Even more extraordinary , Caidin was able to see a tunnel-like hole straight up above the plane through which he could see the blue sky and a similar hole pointing down to the visible ocean, yet these holes were pacing the plane exactly.
It was, he said, “a long pipe had extended from the surface to the sky above.”
It was very fortunate that Caidin, his wife and the rest of the crew remained as calm as possible under the circumstances, and carried on to fly as professionally and safely as they could.
This extraordinary ‘phenomenon’ lasted for four hours!
Then suddenly it cleared and they were once again flying in a, “perfect crystal clear air” again.
Immediately they swung the aeroplane around to see where they had come from and the sky behind them was clear for as far as they could see.
The equipment immediately came back to life, and continued the flight safely, landing at the naval air station without further incident.
Of the many planes that have been able to report their difficulties before becoming lost in the ‘Bermuda Triangle’, a great number of them have reported that their instruments have failed or showed signs of distortion and also:
The sky turning “yellow”.

There is, unquestionably:
Something very unusual, occurring around the are of the Bermuda Triangle, and has been the attention of reported U.F.O. sightings and mysterious unexplained encounters.
More evidence came from a ‘Seasalt’ satellite which was launched in June, 1978.
Part of its function was to measure the contours of the ocean surface.
The Satellite mapped ridges and troughs on the waters surface and discovered that the area in the ‘Bermuda triangle’ , there was a virtually perfect ‘circular depression’ some twenty-five miles across and fifty feet deep.
One theory to explain this discovery, was that a large meteorite had buried itself at that location, creating a magnetic anomaly and gravitational effect.
Or:

Could it be something else??
“The Truth Is Out There
.”……J









2 comments:

  1. what is the solution for this....????

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  2. hehe...dont really know la bro..dont go that place..safe! :)

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