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Regarding The Bermuda Triangle

Things to question or talk about – Regarding the Bermuda Triangle

If you are interested in the unknown, I would appreciate your thoughts regarding the statements below, and others you may know about.

In 1945 five bombers left Fort Lauderdale, flying over the Bermuda Triangle, all five planes disappeared.  A rescue plane supplied by the navy, disappeared.  Some say they were snapped out of reality, but to where?

Bermuda Triangle 300x169 True Story Time Travel Mystery Feature Article  Regarding The Bermuda TriangleThere is more to Christopher Columbus concerning his trip across the Atlantic.  The log revealed while traveling to find a New World, the compos malfunctioned, at the same time a fireball hits the ocean.

In 1970, a man named Gurien, spotted a strange cloud above the Atlantic.  He said, “It was donut shaped, and a hole in the center containing dark swirling lines.  At the same time the air patrol lost his plane on the screen, he explained the electronics malfunctioned.  They found him three minutes later.

The exact spot is what some people call “The Zone of Silence.”  A zone filled with powerful energy.  Perhaps this is the gateway told by Albert Einstein, “A burst of energy to get where you want to go?”

Highly magnetic dark holes, as told by those who have seen the opening in the sky.

Ships return to shore, completely empty of a once, existing crew.

Unexplained, why equipment stops working.

Nothing works around this area, including cell phones, radios, etc.

Could this be a larger rotation, a pinhole we read about throughout the universe?

Regarding The Bermuda Triangle was last modified: June 22nd, 2014 by Nancy Duci Denofio

4 Responses to "Regarding The Bermuda Triangle"

  1. RMitchell  Friday, March 15, 2013 at 0:20

    Nancy,
    I’m a pretty qualified person to comment on the Triangle. From around 1995 til 2001 I was a commercial pilot who flew at least 12-24 flights from Miami to Puerto Rico a month, sometimes making stops in the Turkish Islands along the way. Looking on the map, I was right inside the area of discussion.

    Truthfully, I never saw or experienced anything unusual, day or night, except for the occasional meteor or shooting star which is completely normal. I even made a flight on New Years Eve 2000 while other flights sat idle due to lack of ticket sales and concern over possible technical glitches.

    So much has been said about this region. I’m one who believes that anything’s possible, but having logged thousands of hours in the sky, I’ve yet to see anything noteworthy. Those planes which were lost or had unusual events happen to them, I have no answers, other than some mysteries will never be solved.

    Enjoyed the article,
    Randy Mitchell

  2. Nancy Duci Denofio  Friday, March 22, 2013 at 16:54

    Oh Randy, let me say I am thankful that you never did see anything strange in the area where so much has been claimed by experts, even pilots, and oithers, to have occured. I would never want to be in their shoes.

    Have you ever wondered about those who believe in the dark hole, when you pass and go to the other side, where people are waiting, again – a dark hole. And I have some pretty reliable sources that this does occur, for reasons we will know one day, but this gives me hope – while the fear of being zapped away, relates to fear.

    I thank you for your time, words, experience, and knowledge. Always, Nancy

  3. RHPolitz  Friday, March 22, 2013 at 17:34

    Given the fact that the area is subject to violent atmospheric storms and that the P.R. Trench is over 30,000 feet deep, and that the number of lost ships and aircraft for that area is no greater than any of the other well traveled sections of our seas, one can make the argument that fantasy is always more interesting (and sells more newspapers and books) than fact.

    Having said that, however, I do find the stories interesting. All “facts”, things that we accept as real and true, are based on assumptions. What if those assumptions are wrong?

  4. Nancy Duci Denofio  Friday, April 5, 2013 at 23:50

    “And yet there are events that seem to say that our rules, out beliefs, even our common sense,” Now doesn’t that answer your questions? Always, Nancy

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