posted on Mar, 30 2014 @ 03:39 AM
Okay guys, do you happen to remember the Boeing 777 that went missing a few weeks back? Well, I was dreaming about it and this is what happened. It
got struck by lightning and then something went wrong with a piece of scientific equipment in the cargo bay - it was a piece of equipment that was
being transported by the 10 scientists who were working on cloaking technology.
Well what happened next was the plane had a dimensional shift, so that it ended up going in a slightly different direction than had been planned due
to slight changes in navigation-related facts from one dimension to the next. The transponders were also on the wrong frequency as they were set for
the other dimension.
But here is the creepy part. This man interrupted my dream and told me I was wrong.
"Do you want to know what really happened?" he said. He brought me to a scene involving the plane, like something Father Christmas would do to
Scrooge. There seemed to be a fog machine, but it could have just been clouds.
He told me that something had gone wrong on the plane and its course had been set to go out over the Indian Ocean where it would eventually crash. The
pilots had notified the passengers and they all knew that they only had 7 hours left to live, and that their last moments would be spent with each
One person started reading his book out loud to a group who began to listen, and a politician on the plane started speaking openly about corruption he
dealt with on a daily basis. The scientists started talking openly about their cloaking tech.
It was creepy because it brought up a lot of strange things about this flight, from the perspective of the people on it.
1) No one will ever know what happened to them
2) How come the plane veered off course? Did something go wrong? Did any of the passengers notice or know? IF they were told the plane was going to
not make it, what were the last hours of their life like? Was the wrong course somehow locked in?
edit on 30amSun, 30 Mar 2014 03:40:27
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