Day 3: Myth of the Atlantic

I’ve made it to Day Three of the blog challenge. Prompts are great when you’re in that Writer’s Block transition. Besides, this gives me some time to blog on Black Board. I’d like to thank those that read Black Board as well.

The challenge today is to find a map, a place that’s real or virtual. One of the most interesting places is the Bermuda Triangle. You know, the mythical oceanic location that has a paranormal lore which seems to be more vast than its recorded 500,000 square mile body.

As far as I know, many vessels have traveled on it and over it. Some made it across, while others disappeared into the unknown. No wreckage. No bodies. Nothing. According to History.com, ships and planes venture among its waters with no problem.

History.com added, “Christopher Columbus sailed through the area on his first voyage to the New World, he reported that a great flame of fire (probably a meteor) crashed into the sea one night and that a strange light appeared in the distance a few weeks later.”

We can spend all day talking about the theories and anomalies of the Bermuda, also called Devil’s Triangle. For now, let me explore what I think it is.

I’ve always imagined the Bermuda Triangle as a gate to Atlantis. Even though, mythology may describe it’s location differently, I believe the disappearance of all these ships, people, and objects of stellar origin pass to Atlantis through some unexplained atmospheric occurrence. Who’s to say? The legends may have it wrong. Atlantis could possibly be another version of Earth.

But all of this is theory and mystery. I’m just enjoying the art of spinning the collected information with imagination. It’s good for brainstorming.

If you’re interested in reading more about the Bermuda Triangle, you can find more information here.

Also, if you want to participate in the 7-Day Blog Challenge, the prompts are listed at this Write Tribe Festival of Words webpage.

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