14.01 Bermuda Triangle

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The BermudaTriangle, also known as the Devil's Triangle, is a region allegedly located in the western part of the North Atlantic Ocean. Historically, a number of aircraft and ships are said to have disappeared there under mysterious circumstances. When a current map of the Bermuda Triangle is turned to the left 90°, a new and better understanding of why aircraft and ships have disappeared there begins to emerge. In short, the direction of east on maps pertaining to North America generally equates to that of north. Therefore, Maine is the most northern U.S. state while the Bermuda Triangle is located in the northern part of the
North Atlantic Ocean, blocking the path northward to Greenland. Needless to say, the current map of the world is highly fraudulent in nature. The coat of arms of Bermuda even features a wrecked ship, a tribute to the thousands of ships sunk there by submarines originating out of Greenland. According to modern historical accounts, the wrecked ship is the “Sea Venture” (1609), the flagship of the Virginia Company. The ship was deliberately wrecked on the reefs of Bermuda by Admiral Sir George Somers to “prevent it from foundering in a storm”. According to legend, all aboard the ship survived, resulting in the settlement of the island. Needless to say, the story is historical cover for ship sinking operation which has taken place in the Bermuda Triangle since the discovery of Greenland around Anno Domini (i.e., 000 BC/AD). The term “Bermuda” is even pronounced "Bearmuta”, as in "Bear Mute", a tribute to the bear of Greenland (i.e., the Beast of Greenland) who silences all those who could possibly tell her secrets. Those unfortunate enough to make it to Greenland are subsequently hunted like animals as depicted in the plot of the book entitled “The Most Dangerous Game” (1924). The phrase the “Devil’s Triangle” is a linguistic tribute to the “Day Veil” (D+V+L) which blocks aircraft and ships in the underworld from witnessing the 24/7 sunlight of Greenland.