I have always been fascinated By the Bermuda Triangle. More than 1000 ships and planes have disappeared in the triangle, and they continue to do so. The triangle is located off the South-Eastern Coast of the United States and the Atlantic Ocean. The three corners of the triangle are: Miami (Florida); San Juan (Puerto Rico) and Bermuda (the north Atlantic Island).
There are indeed a good many theories. One such theory is the release of methane gas rising up from the sea floor. I guess it’s possible. Surely it’s better than the Bermuda Triangle being the sight of the hidden city of Atlantis or of it being an alien abduction point. Back to aliens again, eh…okay, moving along.
What about the Nazca Lines of Peru? Surely they are far more interesting than life in outer space, right? The lines were first spotted when commercial airlines began flying across the Peruvian dessert back in the 1920’s. Passengers reported seeing ‘primitive landing strips’ on the ground below. Ranging from geometric patterns to depictions of animals and human forms, it really is a mystery how they were created.
Of course, there are many theories surrounding them and the people who built them. Unfortunately most of them lead to landing strips for aliens. How did we end up here again?
the Callanish Stones, the mighty statues of Easter Island or the Horca del Inca (Inca Gallows) in Copacabana?
These are just some of the secrets of our planet, of our primeval mother. As much as outer space interests me, it will never fascinate me as much as the world that gave me life. It’s not wrong to have an interest in planets and alien civilizations, not wrong at all. But I believe we should keep exploring the world we live in, feed the people of this planet; work toward ending war and pain right here in our own back gardens. Surely it would be better to do that than to waste billions of taxpayer’s money working out ways of reaching the stars.
Wishing you an amazing day!