posted on Jul, 13 2017 @ 08:11 PM
O.K. Here's the rub! Salt Water is an electrolyte. It shorts out any electrical circuits, including ACARS. If the Airliner went down, off of the
West Coast of Australia, for any reason, the ACARS would have stopped pinging the Satellite. But they didn't. In fact they kept up pinging for a few
hours after the fuel range had been exceeded.
Ergo, crash land, or a wheels down, soft landing, the bird came down over snow or land. This led to whomever hatched this plot up, to recognize that
they had just lost operational control. Rolls Royce, in the U. K. had the goods on them. This is what I spoke of as them having kittens. Maybe a
new flight crew, or maybe the same one's who hijacked it, took the airliner, now completely blacked out, electronically, down the West Coast of India,
out over to the Maldives, and then, even further S.E., to a watery grave.
IN 2012, I flew round trip from Atlanta, to Jo'berg, RSA, in one of these Triple Seven E.R.'s. They fly a long, long, ways. However, turning back
from Beijing, to find a previously GPS recorded flight path, in the Straits of Malacca, still put them short of fuel, before they reached Pakistan.
Was this pit stop planned, or was it an emergency diversion??
I haven't tried to answer these questions, but have only followed the published witness accounts of an Airliner, painted with Malaysia Air colors,
flying off the West Indian Coastlines, and the sounds of an unknown airliner flying over people, living in the Maldives, which was their last
Even though my Aussie friend and I both dowsed those crew photos, for criminal behavior, I won't point the finger at either one of the known, two man,
flight crew. Suffice to say, that by flying extra high, one person flying the big jetliner could murder each and every soul in the passenger cabin.
And this would include the other flight officer, who may have only went back to greet the passengers , and take a potty break. Only the flight deck
would have enough O2 available to keep a man alive, when all of the others would perish from Hypoxia. IIRC, those little drop down breathing masks
are only good for ten minutes.
My own dowsing, posits the good flight officer perishing at a point, South of the mouth of the large river, flowing through Bangladesh. The bad
flight officer, may have been killed on the ground, when he, the sole survivor, landed in the Himalayas. Or a gang of hijackers may have taken the
good flight officer prisoner, and kept him alive, long enough, to make sure that the bad officer, could really fly the jetliner, electronically,
In any case, those two ACARS, pinging the Rolls Royce Service satellite, sent their plans into a tailspin, when they landed. On my 4 x 6 photo, which
I printed out from the news feeds, they landed in between Nepal and Pakistan, in the Northernmost Province of India. They stayed tucked in against
the radar shadows of the Mountains, and landed on one of a very few fields which would accept a Triple Seven, loaded with people, cargo, and
The Indian military, or at least a rogue element of it, knows full well what really happened, and where all of those corpses ended up. By not manning
up, and going public, they are now complicit in Air Piracy. Chinese military Intelligence are no fools, so they, just like my friend and me, will have
figured all of these, Bay of Bengal, sightings out. If flying up to 45K feet, blew out several passenger cabin windows, then flying the second leg,
low and slow, would have been necessary. And we both doubt that anyone in their right mind would take any blacked out airliner, off from a mountain
airfield, before the sun was breaking down over the slopes above their heads.
So someone must have already calculated the altitude, times and ranges, over to the Maldives, which was where they disappeared for good. Malaysia
Air, by not paying Rolls Royce Service the money to fully monitor their turbofans' ACARS, really scotched this plot. I doubt anyone realized
beforehand, that even though they weren't signed up, their RR ACARS were still "handshaking" with the satellite, and that these handshakes were still
being monitored, roughly, in a large circular pattern of the satellite's field of vision.
But except for the rather obvious shorting out, in a salt water ditching, or crash, these pings could have been coming from either the Northern or
Southern routes. The icing on this cake is that someone knew enough of Triple Seven avionics, to discover that the ACARS were still handshaking with
the RR satellite service. Then, they belatedly disabled both of them, while still leaving the fly by wire controls active to fly the plane in the
No one machined gunned the batteries, and or, the emergency generator.