Aerial Mysteries: Aviation’s Big Question Marks

The circumstances of the creation of the Nazca lines are shrouded in mystery to this day Aerial Mysteries: Aviation’s Big Question Marks

In the book, “Chariots of the Gods”, Erich von Daniken tries to explain the involvement of aliens in the creation of the Nazca lines Aerial Mysteries: Aviation’s Big Question Marks

The most famous accident is that of Flight 19, in which five American bombers disappeared Aerial Mysteries: Aviation’s Big Question Marks

With the start of regular commercial flights that fly over the Nazca Desert in Peru, pilots have discovered giant lines and shapes Are there areas of the globe where supernatural forces control planes? How was it possible to construct a sketch on the ground that could only be seen from high altitude before the invention of the first airplane? Hundreds of researchers have tried to answer the questions, but the only fact is that they remain a mystery

Yuval Tsuk

Over the years, mysterious events have taken place all over the globe, some of which have claimed the lives of many pilots and many aircrafts. Many researchers have gone out to the mysterious places and tried to formulate theories that would provide answers to the many questions that have arisen from these mysterious cases. Nevertheless, despite the passage of time, there are still questions that remain unanswered.

Bermuda Triangle: A Million Square Kilometers of Mystery
Somewhere in the distant Atlantic Ocean, there is a triangle which has been associated with hundreds of aerial and maritime accidents. In the dangerous area, which is located between Puerto Rico, the shores of Miami, and the Bermuda Islands which give the triangle its name, there are rather intense aerial and maritime activities from all around the world. The most famous accident is that of Flight 19, in which five American bombers disappeared while flying over the Bermuda triangle in 1945.

Many experts have tried to explain the meaning of the multiplicity of accidents over those million square kilometers. Some of them rely on their explanation of electromagnetic force from metals in the heart of the ocean. In 1975, Larry Kush published his book, “Mysteries of the Bermuda Triangle: The Solution”, in which he explains that the stories of accidents have been distorted by the mystery that surrounds the Bermuda Triangle. Apart from this, because this is one of the busiest shipping areas in the world, a large number of losses would not be unusual relative to the size of the territory and the average number of accidents in the world.

Nazca Lines: The Riddle behind the Geoglyphs
With the start of regular commercial flights that fly over the Nazca Desert in Peru, pilots have discovered giant lines and shapes that were sketched through rock arrangements or land discoveries. The lines, that reach a length of around 20 kilometers, sometimes form images of spiders, dogs, lizards and even humans. In professional language, these diagrams are referred to as “Geoglyphs”, and their creation has been attributed to the culture of the Nazca, between the years 200 BCE until the year 600 CE. These figures cannot be seen in their entirety from the ground, but only from above and from space. Many researchers have dealt with the question of how the people of Nazca created the stylish diagrams and why.

Many theories attempt to explain the ability of the people of ancient Nazca to build giant sketches like these. Some researchers have argued that the people of Nazca made use of ancient hot air balloons, but this theory has never been refuted or, alternatively, backed up more solidly. In the book, “Chariots of the Gods”, Erich von Daniken tries to explain the involvement of aliens in the creation of the Nazca lines. He claims that for them, the big sketches were a landing field for spaceships.

The circumstances of the creation of the Nazca lines are shrouded in mystery to this day, and they run the gamut: There are those who believe that the people of Nazca tried to create a map of the underground waterways or the experience of the people of Nazca to create ancient astronomy and point to the spot on the distant horizon, where the sun and other celestial bodies shone or sunk. The common explanation is rather religious: the people of Nazca tried to create characters that only the gods gazing down from above could see.

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