MYSTERY OF GLASS PYRAMIDS SUBMERGED IN THE BERMUDA TRIANGLE
Massive monuments leave experts baffled – Smooth-Sided figures cause water to form a giant, potentially dangerous vortex.
AUTHOR : CHRISTINE REED
THE recent discovery of glass pyramids submerged off Florida’s Atlantic coast has scientists debating their origin – and speculating they may be behind the mystery of the Bermuda Triangle!
Using sonar to probe the ocean floor, oceanographers from the United States and France led by Dr. Verlag Meyer located two monstrous pyramid-shaped structures more than a mile below the water’s surface.
Underwater explorers recently surveyed a third geometrically perfect monument that had never been mapped in prior surveying expeditions. Its base measures nearly 1,000 feet across and it stands more than 320 feet from base to tip.
Stunned experts say the new archaeological find is even larger than the ancient pyramids in Egypt!
”We have no idea how they were made or what they were made from, although the surface is smooth and translucent like glass or ice,” says Dr. Paul-Henri Benoit of Oceanography Institute at the University of Bordeaux in France. “We have observed two large holes in the top of the pyramid.
”Water is rushing through the second hole at a very high rate of speed, creating a giant vortex above it. It’s also creating a lot of mist on the surface, which could affect visibility in the area.
”There has been a great deal of speculation at recent conferences that this may have an effect on passing planes and boats – and may answer some of the mystery surrounding dissappearances around the bermuda triangle.”
While some experts state the new pyramid would have to have been built between 10,000 and 6,000 B.C., Dr. Glen Doran, an anthropologist from Florida State University, believes it may be more than 2,000 years older than all other known pyramids.
”There is some suspicion that his pyramid was either a holy center for the lost city of Atlantis or the power plant for an ancient civilization, and that passing vessels may be affected by its energy field, which some refer to as the ‘quantum vacuum,’” adds Miami-based archaeologist Dr. Jane Harmony.
”We don’t have all the answers yer, but with the new technology available, we definitely feel we are closer to finding out.”