What is exactly the Bermuda Triangle Mystery?
The Bermuda Triangle, also known as the Devil’s Triangle (thanks to a famous incident of Chhayagrahi and Shree Ram Bhakt Hanuman, a Rudra Avatar of Lord Shiva), is a loosely defined region in the western part of the North Atlantic Ocean, where a number of aircraft and ships are said to have disappeared under mysterious circumstances. No trace is ever found of these vessels – however huge they might be. The map of Bermuda Triangle defined by various countries differs but one thing that commonly stuns scientists and physicists across the globe is immense grabbing power of the Triangle that defies common principles of physics that we teach in schools.
World’s Most Ancient Bermuda Triangle Incident Mentioned in Ramayana
We all have read or heard about the (in)famous Bermuda triangle. While there have been multiple theories about its existence, it now seems that monkey God Hanuman had apparently created it.
We all have read or heard about the (in)famous Bermuda triangle. While there have been multiple theories about its existence, it now seems that monkey God Hanuman had created it
What is a mystery for today’s materialistic people was never a mystery for ancient Hindus and Vedic Gods. The Ramayana is replete with cases of why and how the universe was created.
The Bermuda Triangle, also known as the Devil’s Triangle, is a loosely defined region in the western part of the North Atlantic Ocean, where many aircraft and ships are said to have disappeared under mysterious circumstances.
No trace is ever found of these vessels. The one thing that commonly stuns scientists and physicists across the globe is immense grabbing power of Triangle that defies common principles of physics that we teach in schools.
Many believe that Devil is at play here and therefore the area is also known as the Devil’s Triangle.
The accidents have mostly taken place near the southern boundary of the triangle between Florida and Puerto Rico.
There are many stories and myths associated with the triangle – none of them claiming to be the real one.
Strangely, the Ramayana also describes the story of the Devil’s triangle and relates it to the devil who tried to kill Lord Hanuman.
Ramayana features the story of a Demoness Simhika who used to reside in the Indian ocean and was awarded the boon of grasping any object or being, however powerful it might be, by Lord Brahma. Due to this, no one dared to travel passing nearby her.
Demoness Simhika did ‘Dhyan’ for thousands of years of Lord Brahma. Lord Brahma pleased by her bhakti asked about her wish. Chhayagrahi (Simhika) wanted to have controlling powers wherein she could be able to grasp anything towards her. Thereafter, the demoness was bestowed with the boon of grasping any object or being, however powerful it might be, by Lord Brahma.
She was famously known Chhayagrahi because she had the mystical power of pulling any object/entity with a glance at the shadow of the object. She had a huge body and was capable of swallowing bigger objects that she can easily pull towards her. Due to this, no one dared to travel passing nearby her. When Jambavan guided Hanuman to cross the Indian Ocean then Hanuman started flying over the Indian Ocean to search for Sita Mata, she felt that someone has shown disrespect to her powers and tried to pull Hanuman towards herself. Hanuman felt his speed slowing down, feeling powerless, under immense invisible pressure.
Sundar Kand from Ramayan (which is also proof of the existence of Bhagwan Ram) contextualizes the incident to sinking ship.
Sundar Kand Verses 5-1-185
samākṣipto.asmi tarasā pañūkṛtaparākramaḥ |
pratilomena vātena mahānauriva sāgare ||
mahaa nauriva = like a great boat; saagare = in the ocean; pratilomena = (with) opposing; vaatena = wind; asmi = I am becoming; samaakshiptaH = pulled; tarasaa = forcefully; paJNuutaparaakramaH = with disabled power.
“Like a great boat in the ocean with opposing winds, I am being pulled back forcefully, with disabled power.”
Thus, he looked here and there, later saw a floating demoness pulling his shadow towards her. She tried to eat Hanuman, however, Hanuman killed her by decreasing the size of his massive body, and he fled with the speed of his thought and entering her mouth later destroying her internal organs.
Sundar Kand Verses 5-1-194
tatastasyaa nakhaistiikNairmarmaaNyutkR^itya vaanaraH |
utpapaataatha vegena manaH saMpaatavikramaH ||
tataH= then, vaanaraH= Hanuma, utkR^itya= rending, marmaaNi= internal organs, tasyaaH= of Simhika, tiikshNaiH nakhaiH= with sharp nails, atha= and after that, utpapaata= flew up, manaH sampaata vikramaH vegena= with a speed equal to that of thought.
“Then Hanuman rends her internal organs with His sharp nails and after that flew up with a speed equal to that of thought.”
(Imagine how fast we think, here Hanuman is taking flight at the speed of his thoughts). Thinking is faster than the speed of light, we might take time to reach the moon even with the speed of light, but we can think about the moon in milliseconds.
It has been said that fearing from the act of Lord Hanuman, daughter of demon Simhika ran away from the Indian Ocean to some mysterious place, which is the Bermuda Triangle.