The "Vile Vortices"

The "vile vortice" originally taken from Ivan T. Sanderson's 1972 article in Saga magazine. At these ten areas, theoretically, magnetic-gravitational anomalies take place. Nicholas R. Nelson, in his book, Paradox (1980, Dorrance & Co. Admore, Penn), believes that these vortex areas are entrances to other dimensions. Such "doord" to other dimensions would account for strange disapearances and mysterious vanishings.

In the 1970’s, Sanderson was interested in how ancient sailors mapped the world, and in his studies kept coming across Bermuda Triangle-type accounts coming from a number of places around the globe (navigational instruments malfunction, lost time, odd lights, disappearing ships, etc.) Sanderson tracked where these incidents took place, and found they occurred in a regular frequency around the world, primarily in five equally-spaced regions around the Tropic of Capricorn, five around the Tropic of Cancer, and at each of the poles. He called them the vile vortices.

Highest on Sanderson's statistical priority list was a lozenge-shaped area east of Miami, in the Bahamas, on the western tip of the infamous Bermuda Triangle. This area's "high profile" of strange events, Sanderson concluded, was mostly due to the enormous flow of air/ sea traffic in the area. Other zones of anomaly, though less familiar, were equally rich in disappearances and space-time shift occurrences.

Another area of continuing disappearances and mysterious time-warps is the Devil's Sea located east of Japan between Iwo Jima and Marcus Island. Here events have become so sinister that the Japanese government has officially designated the area a danger zone. Sanderson theorized that the tremendous hot and cold currents crossing his most active zones might create the electromagnetic gymnastics affecting instruments and vehicles. His theory is now being balanced against several.

Vile Vortices Map. Note that the Vortices are aligned to the same latitudes.

Christopher Bird: dowser; coined the term, "Planetary Grid" in the article appearing in the New Age Journal (May, 1975), which illuminated research involving earth/human origins and grids, taking off parallel to and as a result of Sanderson's work; he wrote of three Russian researchers (Nikolai Goncharov, Muscovite historian; Vyacheslav Morozov, a construction engineer; Valery Makarov, electronics specialist) who published an article, "Is the Earth a Large Crystal?"; supporting and following Sanderson's work; outlining Sanderson's 12 grid points and added 50 more (62 total) [sim.icosa-dodecahedron grid; UVG 120 Polyhedron; Earth Star]

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