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    In fact there is another video clip which showed the Ambassador calling the Malaysian military and got the reply that the UFO was found to be "friendly" and did not pose any threat. A man yelled "Friendly??" upon hearing this.

    http://v.qq.com/cover/o/oavubyc9vyr6...id=c01262tsnqe

    My interpretation: The UFO is not alien.

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    Conspiracy news:

    Azman Mohamad arrested by Special Branch for finding MH370 life raft

    [...] by the time we arrived at the Port Dickson jetty from the sea, waited for Azman to come back from fishing, he was immediately swept into a silver special branch car. I understand the guy did not lodge a police report. But why take him by force (and by force, he was held by both arms like a suspect and taken into the car)? Why not allow him to share what he knows? [...]

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    That is mighty greasy IMO. So far seems to be, unfortunately, a plausible explanation. We have a greed factor and a coverup, plus the beneficiary is a Rothy, so something bad is usually the goto answer. I think this is probably one of the better possible scenarios personally. There is a bit of confusion and back tracking on the MSM reporting so I say something is afoot here and its not positive.

    I didnt have time to read all 15 pages of posts, but has anyone postulated the idea the David Wilcock discusses in The Sourcefield Investigations about vortexes? He talks about the map created that plots all the areas where these can happen based on laylines and what have you and goes into detail about previous cases of things disheartening from radar, but they cam back later on.

    The one i remember is a plane about to land had clearance to land, it vanished from radar for`
    This is what I think is the most likely case for this occurance. I brought up the possibility of time slips/time warps/vortexes being the cause of this in my Post #174
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    Default Re: Boeing MH370 disappears in flight with 239 passengers

    Quote Posted by SamwiseTheBrave (here)
    Quote Posted by skuzzy (here)
    That is mighty greasy IMO. So far seems to be, unfortunately, a plausible explanation. We have a greed factor and a coverup, plus the beneficiary is a Rothy, so something bad is usually the goto answer. I think this is probably one of the better possible scenarios personally. There is a bit of confusion and back tracking on the MSM reporting so I say something is afoot here and its not positive.

    I didnt have time to read all 15 pages of posts, but has anyone postulated the idea the David Wilcock discusses in The Sourcefield Investigations about vortexes? He talks about the map created that plots all the areas where these can happen based on laylines and what have you and goes into detail about previous cases of things disheartening from radar, but they cam back later on.

    The one i remember is a plane about to land had clearance to land, it vanished from radar for`
    This is what I think is the most likely case for this occurance. I brought up the possibility of time slips/time warps/vortexes being the cause of this in my Post #174
    No particular leylines where the aircraft disappeared. The nearest node is on the west coast of Cambodia.

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    When I hear that the disappearance of that plane could be the result of some kind of advanced "vortex" technology, I'm apt to wonder if that's not true due to my own super-sensible information that I received a couple of days ago after asking what happened to that plane. I posted that information about that here in this thread. That "insight's" confirmation wrt to it's validity or not came in the form of seeing that tall brick building in it at the very beginning of it where the next morning, yesterday, a similar brick building blew up and collapse in NYC that ended up all over the news. This told me that I should pay attention to the rest of that vision showing an airliner being sucked up and then sucked into a tunnel/vortex.


    Also, Gerald McDonnel, a trained RVer with years of experience as an RVer in the military and then for a gov't intelligence agency who also just so happens to receive information via channelling sometimes too posted on his site yesterday, a day after I posted my own information from that inner eye vision I had that I described above, that the plane vanished via a "demoralization". In other words, it dematerialized.

    Kudo's to McDonnel for being brave enough to post that information publicly but I'm guessing that he must think it's true or else he would not have posted it.


    Other well-known RV trainers out there though, like Ed Dames, for example, have yet post anything wrt to their RV results on what happened to that plane. But this type of case, a missing airliner is exactly the kind of thing that RVers remote view on to find out what happened to them.

    I'm not seeing any information from any of those ones like Dames and Courtney Brown on what happened to that Malaysian flight except for McDonnel. I'm taking a note of that too.

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    Offerings of love and prayer for everyone on MH370, including their families. THE SEARCH CONTINUES....

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    Exluding some exotic explanation or military conspiracy I was wandering
    what the media aviation experts thought, on the basic question.

    How can a modern airliner disappear ?

    These may have already been posted and are a few days old
    but still interesting.


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    http://www.channel4.com/news/malaysi...n-plane-vanish

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    Malaysia jet mystery: How can a plane vanish?10 March 2014 Last updated at 23:03 GMT

    Intensive search efforts are under way to try and find flight MH370, which vanished
    from radar en route to Beijing from Kuala Lumpur almost three days ago, with 239
    people on board.

    None of the debris and oil slicks spotted in the water have so far been linked to the
    disappearance - but how could a plane vanish without a trace?

    BBC transport correspondent Richard Westcott reports.

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    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-26511234
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    Default Re: Boeing MH370 disappears in flight with 239 passengers

    Quote Posted by Roisin (here)
    a missing airliner is exactly the kind of thing that RVers remote view on to find
    I agree. If the best satellites and RVers are unable to find a standard plane on this small planet, what will happen when we will loose a space shuttle in deep space ?

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    Quote Posted by Roisin (here)
    a missing airliner is exactly the kind of thing that RVers remote view on to find
    I agree. If the best satellites and RVers are unable to find a standard plane on this small planet, what will happen when we will loose a space shuttle in deep space ?
    I would classify it as unwilling to find ... that's why everybody needs to be trained as RV'er ... then these situations belong to the past.

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    Quote Posted by syrwong (here)
    In fact there is another video clip which showed the Ambassador calling the Malaysian military and got the reply that the UFO was found to be "friendly" and did not pose any threat. A man yelled "Friendly??" upon hearing this.

    http://v.qq.com/cover/o/oavubyc9vyr6...id=c01262tsnqe

    My interpretation: The UFO is not alien.
    Are they perhaps saying that it is an unidentified airplane? Not an unidentified object.

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    Can submarines go to that sea and look under water ?



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    Quote Posted by Roisin (here)
    Other well-known RV trainers out there though, like Ed Dames, for example, have yet post anything wrt to their RV results on what happened to that plane. But this type of case, a missing airliner is exactly the kind of thing that RVers remote view on to find out what happened to them.

    I'm not seeing any information from any of those ones like Dames and Courtney Brown on what happened to that Malaysian flight except for McDonnel. I'm taking a note of that too.
    Here ya go, little Miss Butterfly

    Where is MH370?
    Ed Dames:
    Quote The airplane went down within an approximate 20 mile radius of N13 30' 00''/E97 30' 00''

    Unlike most terrain target sites, open water does not (presently) lend itself to tighter fixes.
    Here is the location on the map:

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    I will say that I've also been of the opinion that they should first search to the West because if this does turn-out to be a terrorist/hijacking event it just makes sense (to me).

    They should first search to the West and then expand out from there, South towards the Indian Ocean.

    Of course I'm sure intel has more info than I do. But I've learned through years of experience that KISS is the best way.

    KISS = Keep It Simple Stupid

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    Can submarines go to that sea and look under water ?


    No need ...

    1. It probably isn't under water
    2. They can tow a side-scanning sonar to investigate what's on the bottom (if not too deep)

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    Default Re: Boeing MH370 disappears in flight with 239 passengers

    Uhm you just reminded me of a good update documentary I saw earlier
    put up by Ahnung -Quay about Mars...

    http://projectavalon.net/forum4/show...hology-of-Mars

    I've got a bit of 'spinning brain' syndrome at the moment as I have
    also put up a thread about false flags and an update of the Hobbit
    of Indonesia . Its surprising how looking for info on one subject
    leads you to link to another. Or as our female Avalonians might
    say multi tasking ...LOL




    Aprox 16 mins in they do a interesting explanation of remote viewing
    objects on Mars. The whole five episodes are very good for a recap
    on the alternate view Mars is a habitable planet.

    I think I read somewhere, someone asking about remote viewing for the plane ?
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    Quote Posted by Operator (here)
    Quote Posted by Agape (here)
    Can submarines go to that sea and look under water ?


    No need ...

    1. It probably isn't under water
    2. They can tow a side-scanning sonar to investigate what's on the bottom (if not too deep)
    or

    3. They can send the Ocean Explorer team!

    Sorry Operator...Couldn't resist!
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    Default Re: Boeing MH370 disappears in flight with 239 passengers

    Quote Posted by Operator (here)
    Quote Posted by Agape (here)
    Can submarines go to that sea and look under water ?


    No need ...

    1. It probably isn't under water
    2. They can tow a side-scanning sonar to investigate what's on the bottom (if not too deep)

    Have you heard of truth hiding in a plane sight ?

    It has to be somewhere near to coast line .. and they miss it .

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    Default Re: Boeing MH370 disappears in flight with 239 passengers

    I have asked RVer Daz Smith if he has RVed flight 370- waiting to see what he says.

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    Default Re: Boeing MH370 disappears in flight with 239 passengers

    Quote Posted by Harley Hawkins (here)
    Quote Posted by Roisin (here)
    Other well-known RV trainers out there though, like Ed Dames, for example, have yet post anything wrt to their RV results on what happened to that plane. But this type of case, a missing airliner is exactly the kind of thing that RVers remote view on to find out what happened to them.

    I'm not seeing any information from any of those ones like Dames and Courtney Brown on what happened to that Malaysian flight except for McDonnel. I'm taking a note of that too.
    Here ya go, little Miss Butterfly

    Where is MH370?
    Ed Dames:
    Quote The airplane went down within an approximate 20 mile radius of N13 30' 00''/E97 30' 00''

    Unlike most terrain target sites, open water does not (presently) lend itself to tighter fixes.
    Here is the location on the map:

    Attachment 25206
    (Click on photo to enlarge)

    I will say that I've also been of the opinion that they should first search to the West because if this does turn-out to be a terrorist/hijacking event it just makes sense (to me).

    They should first search to the West and then expand out from there, South towards the Indian Ocean.

    Of course I'm sure intel has more info than I do. But I've learned through years of experience that KISS is the best way.

    KISS = Keep It Simple Stupid

    What was the date that Dames made that statement? Today?

    So by some coincidence, this morning EST, the US said they were going to look in that same area.

    So was Dames statement made before the US made that announcement or afterwards?

    At any rate, he seems to think that the US hunches that the plane crashed in the Indian Ocean or on the edge of it might be correct and considering how many other area's authorities have been investigating over the past 6 days, at least he's in agreement with the current location.

    Good for him! I'm glad he finally made a public statement about this even if it was only in his online forum.

    But I would have been much more impressed if he had RV'd and then posted his results back days ago.

    If he had stated at that time the same location he is claiming it's at today which coincidentally is the same location the US is looking into that was announced late last night or this morning, I would be much more impressed.
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    Default Re: Boeing MH370 disappears in flight with 239 passengers

    Quote Posted by Roisin
    What was the date that Dames made that statement?
    Thursday, March 13 at 8:17 am UTC, according to the timestamp on his forum posting. That's 4:18 am EDT today.

    http://www.rvcommunity.net/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=10431

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    CNN has breaking news on now saying that they have picked up pings that are trying to correspond with satellites. The authorities are now going to search the Indian Ocean area. There is speculation that the plane may have landed on land.

    It certainly leads one to think that it may have been hijacked.
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    Default Re: Boeing MH370 disappears in flight with 239 passengers

    Daz Smith (he is one of Courtney B's top RVers) says he has not RVed it.

    I listened to the latest CNN and as Star Wonder mentions above they say they may have picked up pings that it flew over Indian Ocean but the pings indicate the plane did not break up! Wow. All of the conflicting info does get weirder by the day and I bet the Malaysian's are once again going to deny this info from the US.

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