The Bermuda Triangle is an area of ocean off the north American eastern seaboard that people have stated has a higher incident of unusual phenomenon than normal. Numerous ships and planes have gone missing in this triangle consisting of points in Miami, Florida, San Juan, Puerto Rico, and Bermuda. There is no question that hundreds (100s) of ships and planes that have gone missing in the triangle, the question is why? Numerous theories have been proposed to explain the disappearances and they have ranged from simple human error to tears in time-space allowing the unfortunate travellers to travel into the past or future. A full article on this locale would be quite large, as there has been numerous famous, and some not so famous but equally unusual mishaps have occurred, to speak nothing of all the theories, paranormal or otherwise that would need to be expounded on. So let's just say for now that this vortice does appear to sync up with a noted paranormal location. Score one (1) for Mr. Sanderson. This leads us to the second (2nd) vortice, which has actually been acknowledged by a nation's government:
The Devil's Sea
So what we have here are three (3) different societies which could have been responsible for megaliths in north Africa. In my humble opinion the culture that created these monuments migrated out of the area when the desertification of the Sahara destroyed their homeland. What was left of this culture was more likely than not swallowed by the sands. The only incidents where this did not happen are situations like in Egypt where the structures left, namely the pyramids, were so immense and made out of a material so strong that the sands have not been able to erode them down and they are too large to bury. One must wonder how many ruins of civilizations have disappeared globally, whether eroded away by blowing sands, buried under miles of ice, consumed by rising oceans, or devoured by encroaching jungles.
Hawaii, United States