The Vanishing Island Of Hy’Brasil – The Promise Land
If you think Atlantis is difficult to wrap your head around, just wait until you hear about this place! Derived from the word “Breasal”, which means “High King of the World” in tales of Folklore, Brasil, or Hy’Brasil as it’s better known, is an island that has been shrouded in mystery for centuries, maybe more so than The Lost City of Atlantis.
Hy’Brasil was said to exist 200 miles (320km) west of Ireland, in the Atlantic ocean. The island can be found on many old maps, dating from 1325 – the late 1800’s, but present day maps and technology, like Google Earth, display nothing but ocean.
Centuries ago, Saint Barrind and Saint Brendan found the island on their respective voyages. They both had identical descriptions of the island as well as the location of where they had seen it. Later, the island was given the name The Promised Land.
It was also reported in the same location with a matching description by many other people who claimed to have found it.
Subsequent voyages set off in the 1480’s, but all failed to locate Hy’Brasil. Although, it is believed that the island was spotted by John Cabot, on his voyage in 1497, which was the last reported sighting for nearly two centuries.
In 1674, Captain John Nisbet, an Irish explorer, who was familiar with the waters, found the island after sailing through a thick fog/mist and discovering his ship was dangerously close to rocks. After anchoring the boat, three of the crew on board took to a row boat to explore the island.
A day later, they returned with gold and silver that an old man on the island had given them.
He was said to have been the only resident on the island, who lived alone in a large stone castle, and was described as a mysterious magician. The island’s only other inhabitants were said to be large black rabbits.
Another story reports quite the opposite. It is said that Hy’Brasil was the home of a very wealthy and very advanced civilization. Those who visited the mysterious island returned with tales of it having gold-roofed towers and domes, healthy cattle, and opulent citizens. Of course, both stories could have been from two different places and only one of the reports was actually describing Hy’Brasil.
After 1865, Hy’Brasil appeared on fewer maps, since its location could not be verified.
The final report that sealed its fate as the vanishing island was that of Thomas Johnson Westropp, better known as T. J Westropp, who claimed to have seen the island on previous trips and decided to return with his mother and friends to verify his claim. During their trip, they reported seeing fog, which cleared, and revealed the island. Moments later, it vanished before their eyes.
After Westropp and his family’s report, Hy’Brasil fell into the category of Irish mythology and the island would just be a legend for future generations to wonder over. Hy’Brasil was gone and most people had forgotten about it. Until recently.
Following the events of The Rendlesham Forest UFO, Jim Penniston, who actually touched the unidentified object, seemed to have a binary code burned onto his mind. He could not shake the thought and wrote the code down, which was 16 pages long. The deciphered code was mind-blowing.
Upon converting the binary code to text, it was actually coordinates for Hy’Brasil’s original reported location, the Great Pyramid in Giza, and Sedona, Arizona (where a strange energy and unexplained vibrations have been reported), among others. Here is the original deciphered code:
Did Hy’Brasil really exist? Is it connected to an advanced alien civilization? Or is this just a freaky coincidence and a centuries old myth? Not everything can be explained, but that doesn’t mean it doesn’t exist. What do you think about the Hy’Brasil Island and the Rendlesham Forest case? Let us know in the comments below.
Hy’Brasil also called Hy-Breasal, Hy-Brazil, Hy-Breasil, Brazir.