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Magnetic Vortices?

Magnetic Vortices?

Tonight's guest, Gian Quasar writes: This picture (click on to view larger) was taken in 1999 by Bruce and Lynn Gernon near an area reported to have electromagnetic disturbances. Notice the shiny "white waters." They are known as the "White Waters" or "Glowing Waters" of the Bahamas. They are a mysterious but natural venting of some phosphorescent gas.

But on this occasion, they brought to light a strange, clear circular area where the "glowing waters" could not intrude. Something below the seabed emanating in a neat circular pattern is repelling the phosphorescence in the water.

This raises the question on magnetic vortices in the area of the Bermuda Triangle, and interestingly, Edgar Cayce, the clairvoyant, also described manmade ruins beneath the ocean's bottom in that area that operated on electromagnetism, both of which can repel the phosphorescence in the "glowing waters."

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