Among the 12 Vortices, we find the Bermuda Triangle, Mohenjo-Daro, and even Antarctica. Nearly all of these Vortices are characterized by magnetic anomalies and abnormal phenomena.
Planet Earth is a unique planet in the universe: It’s the only one that has life. But that’s not the only reason why Earth is such wonderful places. What makes our planet even greater is the fact that Earth is shrouded in mystery.
Countless things about our planet have still not been understood by experts, and it seems that the more we research, the more questions arise.
There are certain points on Earth where known physics cannot be applied. These areas are ‘ruled’ by strange energies that have been present there since time immemorial. Usually marked by extremely weird phenomena, countless disappearances have been registered in some of those places.
These Earth points are referred to as vortices, Vile Vortices.
In this article, we take a look at some of these mysterious areas and where they are located on Earth.
Some of them appear to be geometrically interconnected.
These strange places were plotted by biologist and writer Ivan T. Sanderson, the founder of the Society for the Investigation of the Unexplained and curiously, one of Charles Fort’s earliest followers.
Sanderson wrote about Earth’s vortices in 1972, in a piece for Saga magazine entitled The Twelve Devil’s Graveyards Around the World in which he plotted the disappearance of ships and planes on a global scale, pointing out 12 areas on Earth that stood out in particular.
Although some of them might be less famous than others, nearly all of them are characterized by magnetic anomalies and abnormal phenomenon.
What is perhaps the most important thing, ten of the vortices plotted by Sanderson are located in tropical climates. Furthermore, five vortices can be found along the Tropic of Cancer, while five others are located along the Tropic of Capricorn.
Two more vortices are found at Earth’s North and South Poles.
Strangely, the twelve points are equidistant and together, they form the twelve tips of an icosahedron,
Here’s the list with no significant order.
Bermuda Triangle, we all know where the Bermuda Triangle is right? For those who don’t know, the Bermuda Triangle is a loosely defined region in the western part of the North Atlantic Ocean, forming a triangle between Florida, Bermuda and Puerto Rico.
Easter Island—where the giant statues are found.
The North Pole
The South Pole
Karachi—the home of the ancient city of Mohenjo-Daro. It is considered as one of the earliest major cities on Earth and it’s the area where according to numerous authors and researchers we find ground zero for the detonation of ancient nuclear weapons.
Hamakulia, located east of Hawaii. It is an area where according to some researchers was once home to a high-energy volcano
Devil’s Sea, south of Tokyo. This area is known for disappearances of ships and airplanes.
The Wharton Basin—an area on Earth with great depths and largely unexplored.
New Hebrides Trench, located between the islands of Vanuatu and New Caledonia. Its deepest point is believed to reach over 25,000 feet (7,600 meters). Who knows what’s down there!
The Megalithic Ruins of Algeria, located just south of the city of Timbuktu.
The South Atlantic Anomaly. An area where according to researchers, the innermost Van Allen radiation belt dips extremely close to the Earth’s surface, one of the possibilities why the region is so anomalous.
The megaliths of Zimbabwe. Home to supermassive stone structures. They are located near an area of the Sahara desert where mysterious plane disappearances occur.
Sanderson believed that the anomalous activity surrounding these areas may be due to electromagnetic disturbances caused by the flow of hot and cold air.
As you can see, mystery connects all of the above-mentioned vortices. According to author and researcher David Hatcher Childress, “we are speaking about an intelligent geometric pattern into which, theoretically, the Earth and its energies are organized—and possibly in which the ubiquitous megalithic sites are also positioned.”
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