12 vile vortices



The 12 Vile Vortices



    A vile vortex is any of twelve purported particular geographic areas, arranged in a pattern around the Earth. The term was coined in the 20th century by Ivan T. Sanderson, who cataloged them as the sites of unexplained disappearances and other mysterious phenomena.

    The Twelve Vile Vortices

    Bermuda Triangle

    Algerian Megaliths, North Africa

    Indus Valley, Mohenjo Daro, Pakistan

    Devil's Sea, near Japan

    Hamakulia Volcano, near Hawaii

    South Atlantic Anomaly

    Great Zimbabwe

    Wharton Basin

    Loyalty Islands

    Easter Island Megaliths

    North Pole

    South Pole


  • In the dramatized TV episode "The Devil's Graveyards" by History Channel, the phenomenon is explored as a result of magnetism, also citing Sanderson and a variety of other scientific sources. The show attributes a pattern of violent animal behavior and global warming to vile vortices, based on the magnetic changes in the Earth's rotation, with the vortices having been possibly created or exacerbated by intelligent means.


    Vile Vortex Wikipedia

    Ivan T. Sanderson

    The Vile Vortices Of Ivan T. Sanderson

    Deciphering the Mystery of Vile Vortices




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