I watched a National Geographic Is It Real, season 2 about the Bermuda Triangle. I also was watching an episode of Ancient Aliens about the airplane figurines found in ancient Egypt.

After seeing the one on the Bermuda Triangle, I concluded that the Bermuda Triangle and the other similar triangles around the world could be portals to other times and places. They made the airplane figurines that look like modern warplanes because they saw them back then.

Some of the things they made are yet to be made in the future and then lost in the bermuda triangle or other triangle and end up back in the days of the pyramids. I would think also think the similarity in the shape of the pyramid and the shape of the triangles is significant. One or both shows mentioned elongated skulls.

I wonder if in the future, our heads elongate to make room for our growing brains? Or does the trip throught the portal cause this?

I wonder also if the future people figured out how to use the portal and come and go as they please? Also, could the portals lead to other planets, and other times?

I also hypothesise that there are pyramids near by each of the ten triangles.

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The Bermuda Triangle is a classic example of Confirmation Bias.

The Bermuda Triangle has long been thought of as a mysterious area. But that's because the Bermuda Triangle has long been thought of as a mysterious area.

The earliest allegation of unusual disappearances in the Bermuda area appeared in a September 16, 1950 Associated Press article by Edward Van Winkle Jones. Two years later, Fate magazine published "Sea Mystery At Our Back Door", a short article by George X. Sand covering the loss of several planes and ships, including the loss of Flight 19, a group of five U.S. Navy TBM Avenger bombers on a training mission.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bermuda_Triangle

Ever since then, articles and books have been written about the Bermuda Triangle and its "mysterious" disappearances. Each article serves to increase the legendary quality of the Bermuda Triangle and, not coincidentally, the profits of those who capitalize on the legends.

But the number of ships and aircraft reported missing in the area is not significantly greater, proportionally speaking, than in any other part of the ocean.

In other words, ships and aircraft disappear in other parts of the ocean too, just like they do in the Bermuda Triangle, and at the same relative frequency. But because those ships and aircraft did not disappear in the Bermuda Triangle, nobody pays any attention to them.

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There are 10, I think, triangles like the Bermuda Triangle. I suggest that there are pyramids near each one.

(24 Aug '11, 22:01) Fairy Princess



There are many different theories floating around about the Bermuda Triangle. You almost have to just take what resonates the best for you and go with that. Also, asking for information from within or through spirit guides could give the best possible answer from an individual standpoint.

I just recently discovered a woman named Dolores Cannon. She is a hypnotherapist who specializes in past life regressions. She has been doing this for years and from the videos I have recently listened to, she seems very informed on what our lives are really all about. I listened to an interview where she talked about Atlantis a few days ago.

I have heard from numerous sources that the Bahama islands are was is left over from Atlantis. So it kind of makes sense that these mysterious occurrences could have a strong correlation to the lost city.

She basically said that the men of Atlantis were misusing the power of crystals. They went on to burn a hole in the ozone layer which then let harmful rays of the sun burst through and eventually caused volcanic explosions and massive flooding, that essentially killed the whole civilization.

Then she went on to explain that one of the buildings housed a machine that was buried down in the rubble of the lost city that was used for time travel and shifting through dimensions. This machine was powered by crystals and is still partially functioning. If a plane or a boat happened to be in the path of this machines (flashlight like) ray or focus, then it would be projected into another dimension. There are many reports of people describing being in another place or time in the triangle, so this theory seems to make logical sense.

This seems like the most simplistic and accurate answer for the Bermuda Triangle. From all the other information I have heard, this answer resonates with me the most.

So to answer your question, yes, I believe that the Bermuda Triangle is a time portal that was used by a very advanced past civilization (that some of us may have been a part of) and is still being used today in the most unusual way.

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Thank you Cory. That is very interresting.

(24 Aug '12, 13:55) Fairy Princess

@Fairy Princess Your welcome. I find these kinds of theories very interesting myself. We may never figure out what the "actual truth" is, but it is always fun to hear different viewpoints that may make some sense out of a very mysterious place.

(27 Aug '12, 01:28) Cory

I saw a show on television that showed the real cause of the Bermuda Triangle.

They proved the effects of the Bermuda Triangle were caused by methane gas bubbles, coming from deep below the surface of the ocean. Now, when we think of bubbles, we tend to think of bubbles that you blow from a bubble stick and some dish liquid. But throw that thought out and think of bubbles as big as a house escaping from the ocean floor. These are lighter than air, so they are lighter, of course, than water as well.

In other words, the methane rises up and floats on top of the sea water, creating a dangerous area for ships and planes. Anything in its path is doomed to lose buoyancy. An airplane also would lose its lift; this is similar to flying through dangerous air pockets for airplanes. But methane, being so much lighter than air, would affect a plane far worse than an air pocket.

Picture a ship is on the water...a huge bubble raises from the ocean floor. This bubble approaches the ship and just as it hits the bottom of the ship, the ship falls into this bubble. The ship is now in the bubble, sinking fast below, until it lands on the water far beneath the methane. The ship is lost. Ships hit these pockets far too fast for a mayday call since it is a silent and deadly phenomenon.

So, the ship sank but now the bubble continues to raise into the sky. Up in the sky, are some planes flying over but the bubble raises fast and hits the planes, causing them to drop drastically fast and sending their positioning equipment haywire. The equipment gives false altitude readings because they were based on flying in air and never on flying in methane. Thus the planes crash into the sea also.

It was a very good documentary, but I can not remember the name now.

In the show, they did two methane experiments, one sinking a scale model ship from underneath with methane gas, the other in an airplane simulator flying through a patch of methane. They had an experienced pilot fly through. He crashed in the simulator. He reported that his instruments went haywire. Their readings said he was much higher than he actually was. By the time he was visually oriented, he was fast approaching the sea. It was too late to pull out of his dive due to the methane gas.

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There are I think, ten of these triangles. I predict there are pyramids near each one.

(24 Aug '11, 03:24) Fairy Princess

I know they found huge crevices in the ocean floor at the bottom of the triangle. But as well some of the triangle floor has what is called the Bimini Road. So something of a city existed in part of it at one time it seems. But the gas from the crevices explanation for me was too good to ignore as they showed easily how it would take down both ships and planes.

(24 Aug '11, 21:07) Wade Casaldi

Where are the remains of the ships an planes?

(24 Aug '11, 22:02) Fairy Princess

It seems the final resting place of the lost squadron and their crews is still a real Bermuda Triangle mystery.

http://www.unmuseum.org/triangle.htm

you can find the info there.

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