posted on Mar, 13 2014 @ 07:39 PM
The target area of the missing Malaysian Air 777, just got nipped. Now the search area won't even extend to Beijing, China, which was their primary
destination, on take off from K.L.
Jetliners fly farther at high altitudes, because the air is thin. If TPTB have data from those Rolls Royce turbine engines which show elevated temps
from flying below the radar, then this starts to make sense. That aircraft is down now, one way or another. But probably not anywhere near the South
China Sea. There will be conflicting info coming out, which is normal, but if there's interest here, I'll keep looking around.
My take today is that there are two distinct possibilities. First the two pilots were murdered before take off, and two subs flew the plane off into
the night. Secondly, those two did the deed themselves. FWIW, I've captured photos of both of them off of the internet, and table top dowsed them,
against a control photo of Gen. Schwarzkopf, and all three seem equally to have crossed over to the Spirit Realm. As Jesus said; "no one marries or
is given in marriage in Heaven". You lose your masculine or feminine energies when you cross.
Needless to say, this is starting to get interesting. These searches for downed aircraft are known as "Red Dogs". I flew from Atlanta to Jo'berg,
round trip, on one of these triple seven, E.R. monstrosities, and half of the passengers, along with me, would have liked to strangle the guy who
invented them. On my next Safari, I'm going to route my flight through Europe, with a night's layover. Extended Range 777's are too much of a
good thing. But either this Malayan Air job didn't carry full fuel tanks, for reaching Beijing, or they lost a whole lot of efficiency by dropping
down and chasing the waves.
Its not the crime of the Century, not quite yet!