Time travelers part VI, Bruce Gernon

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Small update to “Time travelers” series a man named Bruce Gernon. Bruce Gernon is the only person in the world to witness what creates the Bermuda Triangle. Others have seen parts of this phenomenon and some have seen it but vanished. Gernon is the only one to see this from its birth stage through its mature stage and enter the heart of the Timestorm and escape through a Tunnel Vortex and experience a time warp of 30 minutes forward in time and 100 miles forward in space.

Traveler: Bruce Gernon
Traveler type: Unofficial time traveler
Evidence: Disappeared on radar, traveled through 100 miles of space and 30 minutes of time in a little more than three minutes
Status now: Alive and tells the same story

Here is his story:

My dad and I had been flying our own plane in the Bahamas since 1967, and had made at least a dozen flights to and from Andros Island. Everything seemed normal on that fateful day in December, just after 3 p.m., when my dad and I and Chuck Lafeyette, a business associate, lifted off the runway at Andros town Airport in a brand new Beechcraft Bonanza A36.

It was shortly after takeoff when I noticed an elliptical cloud directly in front of us about a mile away, hovering only about 500 feet above the ocean. It was a typical lenticular cloud, but I had never seen one that low.

How the lenticular cloud appeared from
Gernon’s vantage point while flying over Andros
Island.
Courtesy of Bruce Gernon.

Unexpectedly, it caught up and engulfed the Bonanza. After 10 minutes of climbing in and out of this cloud, the airplane finally broke free at 11,500 feet and the sky was clear.

Soon we noticed a cloud building directly in front of us, near the Bimini Islands. It looked a great deal like the cloud that we had just left, except that its top was at least 60,000 feet high. When we came with a few miles of it, we saw that it appeared to emanate directly from the surface of the Earth.

Upon entering the cloud we witnessed an uncanny spectacle. It became dark and black, without rain, and visibility was about four or five miles. There were no lightning bolts, only extraordinarily bright white flashes that would illuminate the entire surrounding area. The deeper we penetrated, the more intense the flashes became, so we made a 135-degree turn to the left and headed due south out of the cloud.

We had been flying for 27 minutes.

Contrails form while exiting the tunnel. Courtesy of Bruce Gernon

Thirteen miles later, I noticed a large U-shaped opening on the west side of the doughnut cloud. I had no choice but to turn and try to exit through the opening. As we approached, we watched the top ends of the U-gap join, forming a hole. The break in the cloud now formed a perfect horizontal tunnel, one mile wide and more than 10 miles long. We could see the clear blue sky on the other side.

We also saw that the tunnel was rapidly shrinking. I increased the engine RPM, bringing our speed to the caution area of 230 miles per hour. When we entered the tunnel, its diameter had narrowed to only 200 feet.

I was amazed at what the shaft now looked like. It appeared to be only a mile long instead of ten-plus as I had originally estimated. Light from the afternoon sun shone through the exit hole and made the silky white walls glow. The walls were perfectly round and slowly constricting. All around the edges were small puffs of clouds of a contrasting gray, swirling counterclockwise around the airplane. We were in the tunnel for only 20 seconds before we emerged from the other end.

When I looked back, I gasped to see the tunnel walls collapse and form a slit that slowly rotated clockwise. All of our electronic and magnetic navigational instruments were malfunctioning. Suddenly the fog started breaking apart, in a weird sort of electronic fashion. Long horizontal lines appeared in the fog on either side of us. The lines widened into slits about four or five miles long. We saw blue sky through them. The slits continued expanding and joined together. Within eight seconds, all the slits had joined, and the gray fog had disappeared.

The “electronic fog” dissipates and Miami
Beach comes into view.
Courtesy of Bruce Gernon

Then, I saw the barrier island of Miami Beach directly below. The remarkable thing is that we did not come out of the storm 90 miles away from Miami as we should have.We had traveled through 100 miles of space and 30 minutes of time in a little more than three minutes.

Source

Here is the Ancient Aliens document and they study The Bermuda Triangle. One part of this documentary is Bruce Gernon story:

 

Clip from a documentary about the Bermuda Triangle (Devil’s Sea). Bruce Gernon tells a pretty bizaar story about his 1970 experience as a pilot flying in the area. It deals with time travel, the fabric of space time, that kind of stuff that theoretical physicists talk about.

 

“Nobody ever sees truth except in fragments.”
HENRY WARD BEECHER, Proverbs from Plymouth Pulpit

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