I was watching the History channel and there was a program on called "The Devil's Graveyards" and it really caught my attention. I didn't catch the
entire show but from what I heard I could gather this: The Vile Vertices are situated all around the world in specific locations based on Latitude.
These vertices are places of some very strange phenomena such as bizarre animal attacks, strange weather patterns, and the disappearance of jets.
Something that caught my attention was when a scientist on the show said that these "Vile Vertices" were causing the earth's magnetic core to slow
down which they said is the same thing which happened to Mars and Venus.
Here's a map of the Vertices:
Here's information about the TV show I watched:
A scientist searches for answers to his son's mysterious death in the Algerian desert and discovers a vortex of unexplained activity similar to the
Bermuda Triangle. His investigation uncovers eleven other "Vile Vortices" around the world where some of the planet's most unusual and disturbing
events are taking place. Bizarre animal attacks, unexplained weather patterns, and passenger jets disappearing right out of the sky might only be the
beginning of a greater, looming threat. Could these vortices have been created by extra-terrestrials? Is the government hiding their existence? Can
anything be done to neutralize them?
Here's some info from Wiki:
Sanderson asserts that twelve "vortices" are situated along particular lines of latitude.
The best known of the so-called "vortices" is the Bermuda Triangle
. Others include Algerian Megaliths to the south of Timbuktu
Indus Valley in Pakistan
, especially the city of Mohenjo Daro, Hamakulia Volcano in Hawaii
, the "Devil's Sea" near Japan
South Atlantic Anomaly
. Five of the vortices are on the same latitude to the south of the equator; five are on the same latitude to the
north. The other two are the north and south poles.
The idea has been taken up by other fringe writers, who have argued that the vortices are linked to "subtle matter energy", "ley lines" or
Paul Begg, in a series of articles for The Unexplained magazine, criticized the methodology of writers on the subject of unexplained disappearances.
He checked original records of the alleged incidents. Often, he found, the ships which were claimed to have 'mysteriously disappeared' had a mundane
reason for their loss (see for instance Raifuku Maru). Some were lost in storms, although the vortex writers would claim that the weather was fine at
the time. In other cases, locations of losses were changed to fit the location of the vortex. Sometimes no record of the ship even existing in the
first place was found.
Has anyone else heard of these "Vile Vertices?" I had never heard of them...I heard of a so-called Devil's Triangle near Japan but that's as far as
it went. Apparently, the Nazi's were trying to use an element that I think is called "Iso 26" from one of the Vile Vertice sites to build a super
weapon but they were caught in an explosion. If any of this is true, then this is the Ultimate Doom Porn. What says ATS?
edit on 16-11-2014 by lostbook because: word add