The Infamous Deadly Alaska Triangle and the Mysterious Ancient Black Pyramid
-Thursday, 2 March 2023, 23:19 PM
Source: Operation Disclosure Official | By Theodore Colon, Contributing Writer
Submitted on March 2, 2023
[There are certain areas of this planet that seem to be magnets for missing persons and mysterious disappearances. For whatever reasons, people come to such places and simply vanish, never to return. Many know of the more famous of these places, such as the Bermuda Triangle, but there are more such anomalous zones to be found around the world. Perhaps one of the more little known of these regions that are seemingly hungry for more souls is a vast expanse of wilderness in the northernmost U.S. state of Alaska; a cold, barren place that has the habit of holding on to people and refusing to let go.]
The Infamous Deadly Alaska Triangle and the Mysterious Ancient Black Pyramid ~!
What Exactly Is the Alaska Triangle? Over 16,000 Have Gone Missing Since 1988
The Alaska Triangle — a name that stems from the infamous Bermuda Triangle — is an area of wilderness connecting the three city points of Juneau, Barrow, and Anchorage. The area also covers the northern region of the Barrow mountain range. For decades, the triangle has been researched and talked about due to multiple mysterious disappearances.
More than 16,000 people — including airplane passengers and hikers, locals, and tourists — have disappeared within the Alaska Triangle since 1988. The rate per 1,000 people is more than twice the national missing persons average, and the rate of people who are never found is even higher. The numbers do imply that something else is going on here other than merely “getting lost in the mountains.”
Conspiracy theorists have put together arguments of extraterrestrial activity, energy vortexes, and evil anomalies. Some even call the Alaska Triangle “The Devil’s Triangle” to emphasize how sinister it is.
Many people believe that Bigfoot could be lurking in the forests of the triangle. The native Tlingit people who live within the triangle believe there is a benevolent shape-shifting demon known as Kushtaka — a half man, half otter famous for luring people to their death by portraying women and children screaming for help. The legend says that the Kushtaka captures people and steals their soul.
The indigenous people in this region, the Tlingit, believe in a creature that’s called Kushtaka. It’s said to be a cross between a human and an otter, which is responsible for luring unsuspecting people into Alaska’s waterways. While the shapeshifter’s existence has yet to be proven, it’s only one theory as to why so many people disappear in this region annually.
One of the most significant disappearances that happened in this area involved Congressman Hale Boggs, whose aircraft mysteriously went off the radar in 1972 while flying over the triangle. Efforts to recover the plane wreckage or any survivors was unsuccessful, and the disappearance remains a mystery to this day.
The most notable example of this happened in 1986, when a Japanese plane flying from Iceland to Anchorage witnessed something that still has no explanation to this day. The plane stumbled upon what appeared to be three separate aircraft, all of which followed the plane’s flight pattern for roughly 400 miles before they disappeared after about 30 minutes. The entire time, the pilots reported the unusual aircraft darting in and out of their line of sight and performing strange aerial maneuvers that are unlike what anyone had seen with the average plane.
the disappearance of an airplane carrying 44 military personnel in 1950, a possible underground alien base in Fairbanks, Alaska, the curse of the Kushtaka, Alaskan Bigfoot, ghost ships, and more.
Some believe that the Alaska Triangle is home to its own electromagnetic variations, also known as ‘vortexes,’ that affect the physical world. One example of this vile vortex is the Bermuda Triangle, but a more common example would be the North and South Poles. These types of magnetic energy centers are believed to have varying affects on humans, including anything from confusion to emotional changes.
With such a vast wilderness like this one, it’s not surprising that it’s not exactly deemed safe for those who are inexperienced in backcountry survival. Even for those who are, the Alaskan mountains provide a challenge that’s both mental and physical, and is does not go easy on newcomers. For this reason, the area is fairly unsafe for those who have little to no survival skills, and those who are lost are often not found easily.
[Just when you thought it was you heard it all; Reports of ancient Alien, or long-extinct human, civilization that inhabited a deep underground base. There is an even bigger mystery.]
The great underground pyramid of Alaska; the Mysterious Ancient Black Pyramid.
The Black Pyramid is buried deep in the ground in the Alaskan desert and would be much larger than the Great Pyramid of Giza.
Ever since its discovery in the early twentieth century, a succession of cover-ups has attempted to conceal the existence of a genuine finding, which, according to many, could be of extraterrestrial origin or the remains of a long-extinct human civilization.
The Alaskan Pyramid was discovered on May 22, 1992, while China was conducting an underground nuclear test in LonPor, China’s northern desert. Initially thought to be a big earthquake, scientists used the seismographic explosion to analyze the Earth’s crust and discovered a pyramidal structure far greater than the Great Pyramid of Egypt near Mount McKinley in Alaska.
Despite its allegedly ancient origins, confirmation of the Black Pyramid’s existence did not emerge until July 26, 2012, when veteran journalist and UFO specialist Linda Moulton Howe reported its discovery on the Coast to Coast AM radio show.
Linda Moulton Howe gave a study in which she stated that the area known as the “Alaska Triangle” is a zone of the disappearance of ships, planes, and people and that an estimated 18 thousand individuals had gone missing in that area since 1988.
That night, Linda Moulton Howe broadcast a pre-recorded interview with Doug Mutschler, a former US Army counterintelligence officer, who explained the circumstances surrounding the pyramid’s discovery and disclosed the link between the site and the US military.
Mutschler was relocated from Alaska to Fort Meade, the NSA’s (National Security Agency) headquarters, where he was able to establish that sensitive data verified the pyramid’s tale. Mutschler claims that: “I thought maybe they had something about this pyramid. So I looked up what a librarian would be and I asked him if he had anything about archaeological sites, I didn’t say pyramid. But I said archaeological sites or underground facilities in Alaska”.
‘Well, if we have it, it may be in X, Y, or Z containers,’ he explained. So I went over there and simply looked around; I didn’t discover anything about pyramids, but I did get some information about Alaska from two separate vaults. I had barely sat down when two people approached and said, ‘Hey, you don’t need to know this stuff.’
Mutschler claims that a local NBC affiliate aired a report around 6 months after the blast announcing the discovery of the building, but when he sought to contact the station for a copy of the article, they denied it had been published and said they didn’t have a copy to share.
However, things took a bizarre turn the morning after Linda Moulton Howe’s conversation with Mutschler. The son of a former Western Electric engineer contacted her to validate Mutschler’s statements and to add numerous additional jigsaw pieces.
Howe’s new source indicated that between 1959 and 1961, his father worked on a strong electrical system emanating from a very massive subterranean pyramid of unknown origin in Alaska, and according to the new witness’ accounts:
“After the war, my father majored in electrical engineering and physics, and after graduating from college, he was chosen by the military to join a group of other experts to study and operate in a subterranean building in Alaska known as the ‘Black Pyramid,” in his words.
He mentioned multiple times how seriously the government regarded this initiative and the precautions they took to keep it hidden. I had assumed it was a military base, but he explained that it was a research project on energy distribution. He went on to become AT&T’s major information supplier, which was, of course, the predecessor of today’s web and cell phone technologies.
In his final years, he would often grumble when he received his power bill, claiming that it could be free if we only knew the reality. Now I’m beginning to suspect he knew a lot more than we believed. I’m going over your articles and studies to see if there are any references to your stay in Alaska.
Since he stated that it was all secret stuff, there may be no information. If the pyramid discovered in 1992 is accurate, our government may have known about it long before then and made tremendous steps to conceal it.”
According to Linda Moulton Howe, the pyramid is located around 80 kilometers southwest of Mount McKinley, and it has been said that the item is clearly very old, having been created and buried by a very advanced society that is unknown to us today.
The “Black Pyramid” was named after it, and it has since been carefully guarded by the US Army and a private military outfit that controls access to the site.
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