UFOs/USOs and the Dragon's Triangle

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posted on Jun, 17 2010 @ 03:38 AM
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UFOs/USOs and the Dragon's Triangle









The Dragon's Triangle is the antithesis of the Devil's Triangle or Bermuda Triangle which lies off the coast of Florida. The Dragon's Triangle is situated off the coast of Japan almost on the same parallel on exactly the opposite side of the world. Just like the Bermuda Triangle the Dragon's Triangle has generated stories for centuries of strange unworldly events. The Dragon's Triangle however has produced much richer details of highly sophisticated flying craft that enter and leave the waters just off the coast of Japan. These flying craft possess amazing capabilities, according to dozens of eyewitness that have observed the craft. These machines can fly at great speeds and maneuver in any direction with tremendous agility. Perhaps the most impressive capability of these craft are their underwater operations. The craft enter the ocean at high rates of speed and dive or skim just under the surface. The wake created when entering or leaving the water can lift a large ocean vessel dangerously high out of the water. Tales of many ships and crew being lost to these treacherous waters goes back thousands of years. More recently Japan lost five military vessels between 1952 and 1954 with combined crews of 700. Japanese Naval officials alarmed by the loss commissioned a research vessel in 1954 with 31 scientists aboard to investigate the strange disappearances. The Kaiyo Maru No. 5 was sent into the heart of the Dragon's triangle and was never heard from again. The Japanese government quickly declared the area a hazard and extremely dangerous to shipping.



Japan has a rich and fascinating history with regards to UFOs. The culture has recorded many accounts of encounters with UFOs and their operators. One painting discovered on a cave wall documents two UFOs and their pilots hovering over a herd of wild game animals holding weapons that look like rifles and taking aim at the herd. This is a matter of fact illustration created by someone who most likely witnessed this event. This would seem to have very powerful ramifications. Dozens of these incredible images are known to exist, another color image from 900 A.D. clearly addresses the siting of a flying disc. The highly technical drawing features portals and what appears to be a hatch at the top of the vehicle. One myth that ties all of the recorded sitings together is the enigma of the Dogu. The Dogu figurines have been showing up for centuries, these little clay figures embody the epitome of the modern alien. Thousands have been found and they are believed to be thousands of years old many perhaps dating back 12,000 years. The detail of the figurines is stunning if looked at with modern understanding. The Dogu appear to be wearing a pressure suit. This suit is depicted with valves, gauges, vents, hoses, fittings and a very sophisticated helmet that features large goggles with articulating irises. On the surface these figures could represent the pilots of the craft that have been seen for centuries emanating from the Dragon's triangle. The suits wore by the Dogu could have been both protection from the vacuum of space and the pressures of the deep ocean. One ancient Japanese myth describes how the Dogu came from the ocean each day out onto the land to assist villagers. The Dogu gave instructions to the primitive people on virtually every subject and helped them with learning how to make everyday life easier and more enjoyable. What ever the inspiration for the Dogu figurines it was powerful. The clay spacemen have been found all over the entire country and in great numbers. It is possible that they were seen and interpreted as gods. Their popularity undoubtedly spread across the whole ancient Japanese culture and they were warmly worshiped. Is the Dragon's Triangle just an unstable geological vortex? Are the hundreds of sightings of advanced flying craft a side effect of ocean sickness? In the Atlantium continuum the answer is "NO". In a court of law an overwhelming preponderance of evidence can send a man to the gallows without one stitch of physical evidence. If this same tenant were to be applied to the mystery of the Dragon's Triangle the conclusions could be simply astonishing.


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Interesting video about the Dragon's Triangle here and a possible UFO base being in the area:



So much like the Bermuda Triangle, the Dragon's Triangle has sightings of UFOs and USOs as well. For those not in the 'know' - The Dragons Triangle is a section of the pacific ocean just off the coast of Japan in the Pacific. This is a UFO/USO mecca. There have been more government documented cases of UFOs/USOs, Ghost Ships and other unexplained phenomena in this section than even the Bermuda Triangle.

For starters - Amelia Earhart went down without any radio contact and disappeared as a mystery forever. The possible range of crash sites? A majority of the estimated area for her disappearance is right in the heart of the Dragon's Triangle.

Perhaps the most notable report comes from a cadet and a prince on a french vessel who later becomes King Lois. This is the report of the one and only Flying Dutchmen.

Japans navy has report after report of objects flying out of the water and disappearing into thin air.

Airplanes losing all instruments with no explanation and then suddenly gaining control again.

It has more disappearances than the Bermuda Triangle, more sightings of unexplained phenomena than any other part of the ocean.

This my friends sounds like the heart of all deep sea UFO activity.

Thoughts and comments?


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posted on Jun, 17 2010 @ 05:08 AM
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Very interesting subject. Never heard of the Dragons triangle before, might have to do a little digging. =]

Not too sure of the possible underwater base though? Just looks like normal formations to me.

MrWebby666



posted on Jun, 17 2010 @ 05:43 AM
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Yeah, that video really has no hard evidence to back it or nothing. It is however interesting. There is a rumored underwater base out there though. Who knows, maybe its Atlantis?



posted on Jun, 17 2010 @ 09:15 AM
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posted on Jun, 17 2010 @ 11:54 AM
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Well the Devil's sea or Dragons Trianlge is much like the bremuda triangle. It is a small area of the sea that gets a large ammount of traffic. If you really look into the reports of missing planes and boats you will find that many things are blammed on these triangles for no reason. "Facts" get made up and inserted so people can have little stories about a mystery in the sea.



There have been more government documented cases of UFOs/USOs, Ghost Ships and other unexplained phenomena in this section than even the Bermuda Triangle


Care to share some? it sounds like you are just trying to sensationalize a made up topic.





For starters - Amelia Earhart went down without any radio contact and disappeared as a mystery forever. The possible range of crash sites? A majority of the estimated area for her disappearance is right in the heart of the Dragon's Triangle.


And that is an outright lie. Earhart left from Lae and her last known position was the Nukumanu Islands which is nowehere near this triangle.



Perhaps the most notable report comes from a cadet and a prince on a french vessel who later becomes King Lois. This is the report of the one and only Flying Dutchmen.


Another just plain lie. The flying dutchmen is a name for a mythical ghost ship and was has been "seen" by many people. I would love to see where you got this information from.

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posted on Jun, 17 2010 @ 05:28 PM
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The *possibility* of AMELIA EARHART vanishing in this area is known every where. Google it.

And the report is that King Lois saw the Dutchman. Not that he was the Dutchman. Google that also.



posted on Jun, 17 2010 @ 06:03 PM
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Perhaps the most notable report comes from a cadet and a prince on a french vessel who later becomes King Lois. This is the report of the one and only Flying Dutchmen.



Another just plain lie. The flying dutchmen is a name for a mythical ghost ship and was has been "seen" by many people. I would love to see where you got this information from.


You are completely wrong on that one. it was the British Prince George, i believe and his log contains the sighting of the Flying Dutchman

Prince George of Wales (later King George V of the United Kingdom). During his late adolescence, in 1880, with his elder brother Prince Albert Victor of Wales (sons of the future King Edward VII), he was on a three-year voyage with their tutor Dalton aboard the 4,000-tonne corvette Bacchante. Off Australia, between Melbourne and Sydney, Dalton records: "At 4 a.m. the Flying Dutchman crossed our bows. A strange red light as of a phantom ship all aglow, in the midst of which light the masts, spars, and sails of a brig 200 yards distant stood out in strong relief as she came up on the port bow, where also the officer of the watch from the bridge clearly saw her, as did the quarterdeck midshipman, who was sent forward at once to the forecastle; but on arriving there was no vestige nor any sign whatever of any material ship was to be seen either near or right away to the horizon, the night being clear and the sea calm. Thirteen persons altogether saw her...At 10.45 a.m. the ordinary seaman who had this morning reported the Flying Dutchman fell from the foretopmast crosstrees on to the topgallant forecastle and was smashed to atoms."[3]



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posted on Jun, 18 2010 @ 02:03 AM
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Originally posted by -Blackout-
The *possibility* of AMELIA EARHART vanishing in this area is known every where. Google it.


Yeah i forgot if it is on google it must be true. You can also look up on google how she is still alive.



The little red triangle on top is this dragons triangle. The red line below was the route that Earhart was on. She departed from Lae and flew over the Nukumanu Islands (where the red line ends). She then had to be in the approxamate area of the red rectangle because she was recieving radio tranmissions from Howland Islands with a broken antenna. She also was not fully fueled as she only intended to make a straight shot to the Howland island. So it is near impossible that she ever could have or would have made it to the dragons triangle even if that was her intended goal. The only way i see that working is if her plane crashed and some current took her plane there.
The whole thing about the flying dutchman has nothing to do with the devils triangle and is the name for a ghost ship that is said to be in the North sea. This is just folklore. Just like every small town has a haunted abandoned building and how they all have a railroad crossing that hit some couple and is haunted. Its myth and these are two myths combined together.
It is really hard to find any evidence of ships dissappearing in that region.



posted on Jun, 18 2010 @ 05:21 AM
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Originally posted by zaiger

Originally posted by -Blackout-
The *possibility* of AMELIA EARHART vanishing in this area is known every where. Google it.


Yeah i forgot if it is on google it must be true.


Same thing can be said by just about anything on the internet.



posted on Jun, 18 2010 @ 07:25 AM
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The Flying Dutchman legend has nothing to do with the North Sea but was meant to be a captain who cursed God when trying to sail round Cape Horn and was condemned to sail the worlds oceans until the end of time. The point being that, in the 19th century the Flying Dutchman was the frame of reference for anything weird being spotted at sea.

The most famous ghost ship from the North Sea is the Lady Lovibond en.wikipedia.org...

On the question of Amelia Earhart. As far as i know her death was a result of starvation/dehydration on some tiny atoll. I'm pretty sure some researchers found one of her shoes, and a couple of spars from the aircraft, including a very specific piece of cockpit to her aircraft. I believe her craft went down in one of the tiny atolls of the Phoenix Islands



posted on Mar, 4 2011 @ 07:32 AM
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I think zaiger is attempting to troll, and failing horribly at it. Amelia could have disappeared anywhere in that ocean, you have absolutely no idea where in god's green earth she went down at, if she even went down at all. So stop acting like you literally know everything on every thread you post on. Now, OP has put out a decent post with interesting info. You, zaiger, do not have to be like a small child and start whining about how he is wrong. I am no friend of him, but i'm tired of people like you.
Now, to the topic. The Dragon's Triangle seems quite dangerous, but the statistics increase (of planes and boats disappearing) because of how much traffic that region receives every year. Hopefully we'll find out what this triangle is soon enough.
good day to you all.



posted on Mar, 4 2011 @ 01:27 PM
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there is no such thing as an attempt to troll. you are either trolling or not. im quite sick of seeing people throw that term around unneccessarily. so if you think hes wrong, prove it instead of calling him a "small child" and not backing up or providing any of your statistics as to why this is an increasingly dangerous area for ships and planes.

not to mention, zaiger only included a map with details on it to back up his claim. and there is no way her ship could go down in the dragons triangle from where she started her journey. she was flying almost in the opposite direction.
edit on 4-3-2011 by BlesUTP because: (no reason given)





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