Tuesday, 6 May 2014

Stories of the Order - The Bermuda Triangle

The Bermuda Triangle (also known as the Devil's Triangle) is an area bounded by points in Bermuda, Florida and Puerto Rico. It is also a place where ships and planes are said to mysteriously vanish into thin air — or deep water. Over the years, many theories have surfaced in a feeble attempt to explain the mystery. Some writers have suggested that the mythical city may lie at the bottom of the sea and be using its reputed "crystal energies" to sink ships and planes. Other more fanciful suggestions include time portals (why a rift in the space-time fabric of the universe would open up in this particular patch of well-traveled ocean is never explained) and extraterrestrials — including rumors of underwater alien bases.

Far from being some cruel vortex of doom, the Bermuda Triangle is in fact the stretch of water that The Sovereign Order of Monte Cristo chose to make the power of invisibility available to those to who want and of course, earn it. The Order allowed and in some case even encouraged the crazy talk of conspiracy theorists. The Power of invisibility is one of the Orders many specialties. It's also one of their best kept secrets.

They knew that if word of this magical power that excludes from the Bermuda triangle got out it would spread like wild fire through retweets and Tumblr gifs and of course YouTube videos. As with all of The Orders rewards and powers, they are exclusive to the elite and deserving. Not the common, social media addicts of society.

9 comments:

  1. The power of invisibility...super heroes have probably been on to this for years?

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  2. I watched a TV movie once about how ships would always disappear from there but then I saw a TV documentary that said there's never been a documented case of anything or anyone disappearing from there. Is it an urban legend?

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  3. One big farce I bet, made up by the order

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  4. ha. i would love to visit and see where everything has gone...the BT has been an intriguing mystery to me

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  5. I have a few family members I would like to send to the Bermuda Triangle.

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  6. I would like to see if it were true

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  7. I like Theresa's comment. Haha

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  8. Bermuda triangle is the source of some fun SyFy movies.

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