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Bermuda Triangle (Satan's triangle)...Part-1

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The Bermuda Triangle is the devil's triangle , also known as a region of the Atlantic Ocean, where the number of ships and aircraft disappeared are talking. Many believe that the cause of all these disappearances is merely an accident, which may be due to a natural disaster or the negligence of the driver. According to the current legend, the reason behind all this is the presence of some supernatural force or extraterrestrial life . [1] However, there is ample information that the number of accidents on which the Bermuda Triangle has been identified is incorrect, exaggerated by some authors, and even that there is no difference between accidents in other regions.

Expansion of the triangle:

The descriptions of different authors differ in the extent of the Bermuda Triangle. Warm ocean currents flow from the Gulf of Mexico over this triangle . This rapid current is the cause of most of the disappearances. The weather here is such that the storm suddenly stops again, hitting the cyclone in the summer . Shipwrecks are a common occurrence in such areas before the advent of telecommunications, radar, and satellite technology in the twentieth century. The region is one of the world's heaviest commercial shipping lanes. The ships are in America , Europe and the CaribbeanTravels. It is also the site of many pleasure boats. Commercial and private flights operate on various routes in the region. Different writers have given different views on the description of the expansion of the triangle. Some think it is shaped like a trapezoid , spreading across Florida , the Bahamas and the Caribbean islands and the eastern Atlantic region of Essore, while others associate it with the Gulf of Mexico . However, the general description of the region includes the Atlantic coast of Florida, Puerto Rico , the Bermuda Islands in the Central Atlantic, and the southern border of the Bahamas and the Florida Straits, where most accidents occurred. 

The history of the triangle story:

According to those who wrote about the Bermuda Triangle, Christopher Columbus was the first to write about the strange experience of the triangle. He wrote that the sailors of his ship saw light dancing on the horizon of the region, smoke in the sky. He also describes the inverse direction of the compass here. He wrote in his log book on October 11, 1492 - Triangle means the residence of the devil .

"The land was first seen by a sailor (Rodrigo de Triana), although the Admiral at ten o'clock that evening standing on

the quarter-deck saw a light, but so small a body that he could not affirm it to be land; calling to Pero Gutiérrez, groom of the King's

wardrobe, he told him he saw a light, and bid him look that way, which he did and saw it; He did the same to Rodrigo Sánchez of Segovia, whom the King and Queen had sent with the squadron as comptroller, but he was unable to see it from his situation. The Admiral again perceived it once or twice, appearing like the light of a wax candle moving up and down, which some thought an indication of land. But the Admiral held it for certain that land was near ... "

The gist of what the experts now say is that the light that the sailors saw was the fire used for cooking in the boats used by the local people, and the problem with the compass was due to the change in the position of the stars. September 16, 1950. V. W. Jones (EVW Jones) was the first to write about this triangle in a newspaper. [7] Two years later, Fate (Fate) X magazine. Sand (George X. Sand) wrote a short essay entitled "Sea Mystery at Our Back Door". In this article, he tells the story of the disappearance of Flight Nineteen (a team of five US Navy TBM Avengers that went missing on a training mission) and is the first to mention this unfamiliar triangular region. .

In April 1972, Flight Nineteen was published in the American Legion magazine. [9] It is said that the captain of this flight is heard to say - We do not know where we are, the water is green, no white It means "we don't know where we are, green water, nothing white". This is the first time Nineteen has been associated with a supernatural event. Then in February 1974, Vincent Gaddis traced another story called "The Deadly Bermuda Triangle". [10] Based on this, he wrote in more detail the book "Invisible Horizons" meaning "Invisible Horizons". [11]Many other authors have written books on the subject, including John Wallace Spencer, who wrote "Limbo of the Lost" (Limbo of the Lost, 1969, repr. 1973), meaning "forgotten disappearance" [12] ; Charles Berlitz wrote "The Bermuda Triangle" (1974), [13] ; Richard Weiner wrote The Devil's Triangle (The Devil's Triangle, 1974), [14] and many others. All of them have presented the supernatural phenomena described by Eckert in different flavors.

Explanation of Kusche:

Lawrence David Kusch is a research librarian at Arizona State University and author of The Bermuda Triangle Mystery: Solved (1985). In his research, he highlighted the inconsistency of eyewitness accounts with those of Charles Berlitz. E.g.

Despite having ample evidence, Charles Berlitz described the disappearance of the famous yachtman Donald Crowhurt as a mystery. Another example is the disappearance of an ore ship three days after leaving an Atlantic port.

Elsewhere, he described the same ship as missing after leaving a port in the Pacific Ocean. Kusch also showed that a large part of the described accident occurred outside the boundaries of the so-called triangle. Kusch's research was very simple. He is just the date of the various accidents described by the authors,

According to the time, etc., he collected weather news and important events from the newspapers of the time, which the writers did not tell in the story. The findings from Kusch's study are:

  • The number of ships and planes reported missing in the Bermuda Triangle is not higher than other seas in the world.

  • Tropical storms regularly hit the region, which is one of the reasons for the disappearance of ships and aircraft. But Berlitz or other writers have largely avoided such storms.

  • In the descriptions of many incidents, the writers have painted the colors of imagination. If a boat arrives at the port later than the scheduled time, it is said to be missing.

  • The writers have mentioned many incidents that have never happened again. For example, there was talk of a plane crash on Daytona Beach in Florida in 1938, but no information was found in the newspapers at the time.

So Kusch's research concludes that the authors, out of ignorance or intentionally, created a mystery about the Bermuda Triangle.

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