Stories surrounding the Bermuda Triangle, also known as the Devil’s Triangle, a mysterious section in the western part of the North Atlantic Ocean infamous for the purported disappearances of numerous aircraft and ships under baffling conditions, have been around since the 1950s. The lore includes tales from the 1960s about a shimmering glass pyramid found on the ocean floor, a discovery attributed to Dr. Brown during a dive in the Bahamas, which was mentioned in a 1980 episode of “In Search of…”. This story is intertwined with the existence of the Bimini Wall, an underwater rock formation close to North Bimini Island in the Bahamas.

But is it fact or fiction?

Modern oceanographic experts, such as Dr. Meyer Verlag, have allegedly uncovered two giant pyramids, each triple the height of Egypt’s Great Pyramid of Giza. These structures, made from a mysterious crystalline material, were found at a depth of 2,000 meters. Dr. Meyer suggests that these findings could explain the numerous enigmatic vanishings in the Bermuda Triangle. Further investigations reveal that the technology required to construct such pyramids remains a mystery and is beyond current understanding.

Among the various hypotheses surrounding these enigmatic structures is the idea that they were originally situated on land before a massive cataclysm shifted the landscape, potentially elucidating their current underwater location. Some posit that these pyramids could be connected to the legendary lost city of Atlantis. The enormity of the pyramids, their polished surfaces, and the unknown materials from which they were constructed have left researchers baffled, necessitating further study to unravel these mysteries.

Nonetheless, a prevailing theory suggests that the discovery of these pyramids could lend credence to the notion that they were initially built as sources of energy. This, in turn, might not only support the theory of Atlantis’s existence but also hint at the possibility of other yet-to-be-discovered ancient settlements or even advanced civilizations that have vanished.