The Bermuda Triangle (also known as the Devil’s Triangle), a location in the western North Atlantic Ocean where many planes and ships are thought to have disappeared in mysterious circumstances, has been the subject of legend since the 1950s. And reports of a mysterious glass pyramid discovered at the ocean’s bottom date back to the 1960s, when dr. Brown claimed to have seen one while diving in the Bahamas, as detailed in this 1980 clip of “In Search of… the Bimini Wall” (an underwater rock formation near North Bimini Island in the Bahamas) (an underwater rock formation near North Bimini Island in the Bahamas) Real or false, huh? Dr. Meyer Verlag discovered two huge pyramids three times larger than Egypt’s Pyramid of Cheops, thanks to advanced scientists such as the oceanographer.
This pyramids, which are located at a depth of 2,000 meters, are made of an unidentified crystalline material. This discovery, according to Dr. Meyer, may be linked to a number of suspicious disappearances in the Bermuda Triangle. More analysis has shown that the machinery used to construct the pyramids is still elusive and difficult to visualize. One of the several theories connected to this theme claims that the pyramids were built on the mainland, but that a powerful cataclysm completely altered the landscape, which may explain the pyramids’ current location.
Another theory is that these pyramids are associated with Atlantis, the lost city. The size of the pyramids, along with their smooth surface and the materials used to construct them, perplexed the scientists, who hope that further study would clear things up. The key argument is that the discovery of these pyramids could reinforce hypotheses that the pyramids were constructed as energy sources in the first place. They can also assert the existence of not only Atlantis, but many other mysterious cities or even great civilizations that have disappeared around the same time.
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