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originally posted by: carpooler
a reply to: Psynic
Psynic No its not a prediction at all. We may be correct, or we may be all wet, but we did this search by our means within a week of M H 370 going missing. Actually before news of some of these "stray" sightings bubbled up in the press reports. And well before the ACARS handshakes were explained to the public. Unless they flew in circles, the Northern Arc is only slightly less probable than flying out over the Indian Ocean and ditching. IIRC, those ACARS handshakes extended beyond the time limits for the fuel they had on board.
And that makes the engines cutting out and the plane falling down into the Ocean, even more questionable, IMHO. But with a refueling pit stop, between Kashmir and Nepal, almost any destination between Australia, Iran, and Africa, becomes possible. The low and slow witnesses are putting a new set of range limits on this mystery. If a skeleton crew pulled off a hatch, and suited up with parachute harnesses, then they couldn't fly too high or fast with a door open. 9 to 10, 000 feet would be about their practical ceiling, without cabin pressurization . By August, the mountain snows should be near minimum, and something may start to reflect sunlight and point out a crash site.
Albeit, a very quiet crash landing site.
originally posted by: carpooler
Psynic, when I download a photo of someone, the first thing I do is to determine if they are dead or alive. Between M H 370 going missing, and today, I button holed Alison and Joe Dubois at a V.I.P. session in Sea Tac, Washington. She writes about using "Old West" photos to do some of this work. Its really no more difficult than witching a water well. Once I got that this Pilot was deceased, I didn't really go any farther on his dime, if you get my drift.
But what I did find was an online program where I could input long. and lat. and then graph the path across the spherical Earth's surface. Then I noted that my X marks the spot for his death, lined up with this "Great Circle" route across the Indian Ocean, from Kuala Lumpur, to Lahore. So did some of the questionable sightings West of the Straits of Malacca, by men on ships. Straight lines on flat Earth 2 D maps point out over the Indian Ocean to those barren search areas. But the "Great Circle" of the Earth's surface brings this flight path back on course for Northern India, and ultimately to Pakistan, near Lahore.
Its my own educated guess that Lahore's own Navigation beacon, would have been like a candle in the window, if the Indians got suspicious, and turned off all of theirs. So you see, most of this is educated guesses, with only a bit of dowsing. One of us lives in Western Australia, not so far away. So, he's leading the search from his end. But now, there are so many thought forms, bouncing around, that all I can do is sit tight and wait. This is barely para normal, much less "Supernatural". I know Supernatural, and I know this isn't that. Not even close!