Vile Vortices is a term referring to twelve geographic areas that are alleged by Ivan Sanderson to have been the sites of mysterious disappearances. He identified them in a 1972 article "The Twelve Devil's Graveyards Around the World", published in Saga magazine. The highest energy areas seem to center near the 31.7 degree (Positive) or 25 degree (Negative) parallels - North and South. There are 5 areas of the Northern Hemisphere near 25 North that may be doors to other dimensions, often called "Vile Vortices" (Vile may be too strong a term): Bermuda Triangle (planes & ships disappear in green fog), Algerian Megalithic Ruins (South of Timbuktu), Karachi (Pakistan) [site of Mohenjo Daro - Rama culture, the ancient origins of Hindu culture], Devil's Sea Triangle (near Iwo Jima, Japan) (planes & ships disappear - Japan officially calls dangerous), Hamakulia, S.E. Hawaii (heaviest volcanic activity) - actually, the focal point is in the ocean, more to the SE of Hawaii. It is in the Ocean, where some ships and planes have disappeared in the past.
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Last date updated on June, 2014