“Pyramids and alien ships” the new discoveries of the Bermuda triangle.
These are just some of the thousands of stories, legends and stories that exist about the remote Caribbean territory.
Recently, a series of strange objects and structures have been discovered in one of the greatest mysteries of our planet: the famous Bermuda Triangle.
There are thousands of stories about flights and crews who disappeared while crossing the region, inspiring a series of movies and series.
On February 9, 2021, the Florida Coast Guard released a statement saying that a vessel headed for Florida had recently disappeared and multiple investigations and searches were conducted in the area, but it was mysteriously called off after 84 hours.
The Bermuda Triangle is an equilateral triangle with an area of 1.1 million square kilometers whose points coincide with the territories of Florida, Puerto Rico and Bermuda.
Rumors about the paranormal phenomenon of the Bermuda Triangle became famous after 1945, when a group of 5 US Navy planes that was flying over the area disappeared.
When they noticed this disappearance, the armed forces immediately sent an emergency plane for the rescue, but it disappeared in the same way as the other five ships, that day 27 people disappeared.
In 1950, journalist Edward Van Winkle Jones reported the mysterious disappearance of several ships near the Bahamas.
Two years later, George X Sand wrote an article about mysterious disappearances, and later, in 1964, Argosy magazine published an article titled “The Deadly Bermuda Triangle” about various disappearances, paranormal phenomena, and other mysteries.
Are there really scientific explanations for these phenomena?
Scientists have confirmed that the weather in the region has been wild, with typhoons, hurricanes and waves of hundreds of meters on the scene being the most plausible explanations for the disappearance.
It can be said that most of the incidents around the triangle are related to calculation errors, technical failures or even bad decisions of the crew, although this has not been fully confirmed, but it is very possible that the sea area is so large and far from the coast, which makes the recovery of its remains almost impossible.
In the 1960s, a group of American scientists discovered a huge pyramid on the seabed in the region and their testimony confirmed that the pyramid was huge, much larger than the pyramids in Egypt.
Said to be at least 6 centuries old, the massive pyramid is made of a glass-like material, but most surprisingly, apart from the way it is, it\’s not surrounded by barnacles, silt, or covered in algae. It has been built and is not yet used anywhere in the world.
In 2012, a Canadian couple reported that while examining the seafloor in the vicinity of the Bermuda Triangle they found what appeared to be new pyramids, alongside the ruins of an A̳n̳c̳i̳e̳n̳t̳ city.
It is said that on the walls of these there were sculptures, inscriptions and monolithic slabs that according to them had been “made by humans”. Faced with this incredible discovery, many people have come to believe that what they actually found was nothing more and nothing less than the ruins of the mythical Atlantis.
In 2018, a treasure hunter named Darrel Miklós discovered a strange object at the bottom of the Bermuda Triangle. Miklós works to find and document shipwrecks in the Caribbean. During one of his expeditions, he and his team discovered the anchor of one of Christopher Columbus\’ ships.
This time, however, his discovery has nothing to do with shipwrecks, but what is believed to be the first hard evidence of e̳x̳t̳r̳a̳t̳e̳r̳r̳e̳s̳t̳r̳i̳a̳l̳ visits to Earth.
The explorers initially thought they had stumbled upon one of the Jazz\’s ships. Francis Drake, but it doesn\’t make any sense because they are looking at a strange huge structure, covered in coral, in formations of 15, as big as the cannons used by A̳n̳c̳i̳e̳n̳t̳ warships.
The “ship” they found was about the size of two American football fields (about 200 meters long) and was estimated to be about 5,000 years old.
These are just a few of the thousands of stories, legends, and stories about the remote Caribbean.