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Re: Malaysia Flight 370: for suspicious minds!
« Reply #150 on: August 09, 2015, 01:37:46 PM »
Is there resentment in the Vichy area of France towards the US?  Trying to figure out where all these conspiracy theories that involve the US are coming from.  Any Francophiles out there?

Maybe from Noory's own book "Somebody is Hiding Something"

Chapter 10:  Explanation #1 -- Weather
Chapter 11:  Explanation #2 -- Hijacking
Chapter 12:  Explanation #3 -- Pilot Terrorist Activity, or Suicide
Chapter 13:  Explanation #4 -- Mechanical Malfunction/Fire
Chapter 14:  Explanation #5 -- Aliens/Other Extraordinary Means
Chapter 15:  Explanation #6 -- Shoot Down by Missile
Chapter 16:  Explanation #7 -- Sabotage
Chapter 17:  Explanation #8 -- Advanced Technologies
Chapter 18:  Explanation #9 -- US Military Air Base, Diego Garcia

Re: Malaysia Flight 370: for suspicious minds!
« Reply #151 on: August 09, 2015, 01:43:53 PM »
Chapter 19:  Explanation #10: Disastrous Encounter with a Portal
Chapter  20: Explanation  #11: Angels

Just trying to help Dave out here.

Re: Malaysia Flight 370: for suspicious minds!
« Reply #152 on: August 09, 2015, 03:22:48 PM »
Chapter 23, hit by a self aware meteor.
Chapter 24, thu plane musduv flew over the edge of the flat earth

Re: Malaysia Flight 370: for suspicious minds!
« Reply #153 on: August 09, 2015, 03:25:30 PM »
Trying to figure out where all these conspiracy theories that involve the US are coming from.


There's this newsletter called "Things Apologists Spew." You should check it out--you're a fuckin' star!

Re: Malaysia Flight 370: for suspicious minds!
« Reply #154 on: August 09, 2015, 03:39:05 PM »
Chapter 33: flew into the dome that surrounds the flat-earth
Chapter 34: flew to high in the sky and got burnt by the sun, which is only 3,000 miles away
Chapter 35: magnetic anomaly caused by the pole-shift screwed up the GPS and it crashed into the ocean
Chapter 36: flew into the hole to the hollow earth in the Antarctic
Chapter 37: it got shot down by NAZIs who are hiding out in the Antarctic and in hollow, cavernous islands in the South Pacific

 

Re: Malaysia Flight 370: for suspicious minds!
« Reply #155 on: August 09, 2015, 06:46:46 PM »
Chapter 33: flew into the dome that surrounds the flat-earth
Chapter 34: flew to high in the sky and got burnt by the sun, which is only 3,000 miles away
Chapter 35: magnetic anomaly caused by the pole-shift screwed up the GPS and it crashed into the ocean
Chapter 36: flew into the hole to the hollow earth in the Antarctic
Chapter 37: it got shot down by NAZIs who are hiding out in the Antarctic and in hollow, cavernous islands in the South Pacific

Someone really needs to let those guys know the war is over.

Re: Malaysia Flight 370: for suspicious minds!
« Reply #156 on: August 09, 2015, 07:00:44 PM »
Chapter 33: flew into the dome that surrounds the flat-earth
Chapter 34: flew to high in the sky and got burnt by the sun, which is only 3,000 miles away
Chapter 35: magnetic anomaly caused by the pole-shift screwed up the GPS and it crashed into the ocean
Chapter 36: flew into the hole to the hollow earth in the Antarctic
Chapter 37: it got shot down by NAZIs who are hiding out in the Antarctic and in hollow, cavernous islands in the South Pacific

Re: Malaysia Flight 370: for suspicious minds!
« Reply #157 on: August 09, 2015, 11:09:04 PM »
What if life imitates hidden art?  If it goes according to the implied (never made explicit) plot of Lost, it will turn out that an important & powerful figure in business has disappeared, and is eventually discovered to have been incognito on that flight--as with Ralph A. Voss in "One of Our Aircraft Is Empty" on Department S, Alvar Hanso (near-anagram of the other name) on Lost.  Then, after some long time there will emerge a group of living persons who claim to have been on that flight, and who do look like certain people who traveled under their names.  However, one of them will have reason to have DNA tested, and will duck that test.  One or more of those persons will claim to be the business magnate, and others of the ostensible survivors will vouch for that person as having been on the flight with them.  But someone like the character of Herbert de Lernac in "The Lost Special" will blackmail one or more of them.

Re: Malaysia Flight 370: for suspicious minds!
« Reply #158 on: August 09, 2015, 11:42:51 PM »
What if life imitates hidden art?  If it goes according to the implied (never made explicit) plot of Lost, it will turn out that an important & powerful figure in business has disappeared, and is eventually discovered to have been incognito on that flight--as with Ralph A. Voss in "One of Our Aircraft Is Empty" on Department S, Alvar Hanso (near-anagram of the other name) on Lost.  Then, after some long time there will emerge a group of living persons who claim to have been on that flight, and who do look like certain people who traveled under their names.  However, one of them will have reason to have DNA tested, and will duck that test.  One or more of those persons will claim to be the business magnate, and others of the ostensible survivors will vouch for that person as having been on the flight with them.  But someone like the character of Herbert de Lernac in "The Lost Special" will blackmail one or more of them.
or predictive programming? Idk, never watched those shows, though I hear they were good, but what about not imitating but predicting (by either "other" people simply getting ideas from plot-lines, or "them" making new real plot-lines more acceptable by predictive programming, or weird, circumstantial serendipity? We know that government(s) have used Hollywood (to use a generic term) for propaganda and theorizing. But do we know the level? And how much is, maybe, based (at least now) on balance on THAT side (Hollywood etc) is using government?

Re: Malaysia Flight 370: for suspicious minds!
« Reply #159 on: August 09, 2015, 11:50:33 PM »
Chapter 33: flew into the dome that surrounds the flat-earth
Chapter 34: flew to high in the sky and got burnt by the sun, which is only 3,000 miles away
Chapter 35: magnetic anomaly caused by the pole-shift screwed up the GPS and it crashed into the ocean
Chapter 36: flew into the hole to the hollow earth in the Antarctic
Chapter 37: it got shot down by NAZIs who are hiding out in the Antarctic and in hollow, cavernous islands in the South Pacific

Chapter 38 Raptured to Heaven
Chapter 39 Shot down by Bigfoot
Chapter 40 Wished into the Cornfield.

Re: Malaysia Flight 370: for suspicious minds!
« Reply #160 on: August 09, 2015, 11:53:04 PM »
Chapter 41: transformed into Iron Rothschild

Re: Malaysia Flight 370: for suspicious minds!
« Reply #161 on: August 10, 2015, 09:14:01 AM »
Chapter 42: rogue pizza rolls

Re: Malaysia Flight 370: for suspicious minds!
« Reply #162 on: August 10, 2015, 09:32:42 AM »
Chapter 43: It's just like that Twilight Zone episode, you know the one where they come out of the cloud. Tommyyy! Get Billy Mumy on the phone! He'll know which one I mean.

Re: Malaysia Flight 370: for suspicious minds!
« Reply #163 on: August 10, 2015, 11:39:30 PM »
Chapter 44: Eaten by the Langoliers.

Re: Malaysia Flight 370: for suspicious minds!
« Reply #164 on: August 11, 2015, 12:16:45 AM »
Chapter 45: It Was Never Actually Lost & You Monkeys Will Believe Anything

Re: Malaysia Flight 370: for suspicious minds!
« Reply #165 on: August 11, 2015, 05:22:58 AM »
Chapter 45: Plane crash-landed on the island where Biggie and Tupac are hanging out.

Re: Malaysia Flight 370: for suspicious minds!
« Reply #166 on: August 11, 2015, 06:08:53 AM »
Chapter 49: We Had to Kill Chapters 48 and 47, Don't Ask Why

Re: Malaysia Flight 370: for suspicious minds!
« Reply #167 on: August 11, 2015, 12:42:29 PM »
Chapter 50: Nobody gives a shit.

Re: Malaysia Flight 370: for suspicious minds!
« Reply #168 on: August 14, 2015, 09:14:10 PM »
or predictive programming? Idk, never watched those shows, though I hear they were good, but what about not imitating but predicting (by either "other" people simply getting ideas from plot-lines, or "them" making new real plot-lines more acceptable by predictive programming, or weird, circumstantial serendipity? We know that government(s) have used Hollywood (to use a generic term) for propaganda and theorizing. But do we know the level? And how much is, maybe, based (at least now) on balance on THAT side (Hollywood etc) is using government?
Shea & Wilson were quite amused, the rest of us more like amazed, when some of the details of Illuminatus! regarding Equatorial Guinea played out a few yrs. later IRL, including a name very similar to the humorous one they made up, Tequila y Mota.  Bob Shea told me the reason they set events on Fernando Poo was that a neighbor's child pointed out that funny name on a map.  I suspect the fictional island-nation of Carlotta in Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid to have been in imitation of Fernando Poo (Bioko today) in its relationship to the coast of their respective continents, as a tribute to Illuminatus!  Meanwhile Lost stuck in an allusion to that location in the form of "Craphole [i.e. Poo] Island" & gave unmistakable clues that that's where events were taking place, along with allusions to the events involving Fission Chips on Fernando Poo.

So is fiction a how-to manual for super-villains?  We do have acc'ts that government agencies have pursued projects like that in Cerf's Little Green Men.  Is Hollywood a test bed?

Re: Malaysia Flight 370: for suspicious minds!
« Reply #169 on: August 24, 2015, 06:41:50 PM »
After much thought, and im in the aviation business (Commercial pilot) I have to say that it was probably a hijacking  . No communication, the plane turning a full 360 deg south, then carrying on for some 7 hours more? So if that is the case it could have not been a fire if it flew on for 7 more hours. Could not  have been an in flight mechanical problem because the pilots made no call to ATC. However if hijacked, then its possible that no communication would have been transmitted. There was a fight in the cockpit, both pilots incapacitated, that left the hijackers who probably knew nothing about how to pilot an aircraft, eventually the plane ran out of fuel and landed in the sea. Im interested if Ed dames will remote view this case...

Re: Malaysia Flight 370: for suspicious minds!
« Reply #170 on: August 25, 2015, 04:15:09 AM »
After much thought, and im in the aviation business (Commercial pilot) I have to say that it was probably a hijacking  . No communication, the plane turning a full 360 deg south, then carrying on for some 7 hours more? So if that is the case it could have not been a fire if it flew on for 7 more hours. Could not  have been an in flight mechanical problem because the pilots made no call to ATC. However if hijacked, then its possible that no communication would have been transmitted. There was a fight in the cockpit, both pilots incapacitated, that left the hijackers who probably knew nothing about how to pilot an aircraft, eventually the plane ran out of fuel and landed in the sea. Im interested if Ed dames will remote view this case...

He did.  I believe he said the pilot was trying to hijack the plane, so the co-pilot tried wrastling away the controls.  That led to the pilot being killed, the plane cliimbing to 40 000 feet and depressurizing, and the co-pilot being unable to recover it.  Or something like that.

Re: Malaysia Flight 370: for suspicious minds!
« Reply #171 on: August 25, 2015, 05:38:04 AM »
51. Evil clowns.

52. Flight computers hacked by Hillary Clinton using her laptop.

53. Brock Lesnar.

Re: Malaysia Flight 370: for suspicious minds!
« Reply #172 on: August 25, 2015, 07:36:32 AM »
He did.  I believe he said the pilot was trying to hijack the plane, so the co-pilot tried wrastling away the controls.  That led to the pilot being killed, the plane cliimbing to 40 000 feet and depressurizing, and the co-pilot being unable to recover it.  Or something like that.

I don't know where this notion of an airliner climbing to 40000 feet, by some osmosis causes it to depressurise. 40000 isn't unusual. I have an app called flight radar and it frequently shows flights at FL41000- 43000.

Re: Malaysia Flight 370: for suspicious minds!
« Reply #173 on: April 19, 2016, 04:32:32 PM »
Hi,

Why not listen to Sarah and decide for yourself.  I've met her and she's not an actress ) Just because she worked at some big company in the past that can be linked in some way - so what?  These days there are huge companies around that can be linked to almost anything. Here's an interview with Sarah in the last part of this podcast:


Re: Malaysia Flight 370: for suspicious minds!
« Reply #174 on: May 13, 2016, 10:03:56 AM »

Re: Malaysia Flight 370: for suspicious minds!
« Reply #175 on: May 13, 2016, 01:11:30 PM »
you're an idiot



Really? Coming from a coke head that's quite a compliment. But feel free to explain how an airliner climbing to FL 400 (40000 feet) will automatically depressurise the cabin.

Re: Malaysia Flight 370: for suspicious minds!
« Reply #176 on: May 20, 2016, 01:04:47 AM »

So is the Egyptian Air liner sitting next to Flight 370 on some island somewhere?

Re: Malaysia Flight 370: for suspicious minds!
« Reply #177 on: May 20, 2016, 06:34:13 AM »
So is the Egyptian Air liner sitting next to Flight 370 on some island somewhere?

Same portal. Or more likely it hit the sea at or close to it's VNE and bits broke off. The heavy stuff like engines and undercarriage dragging most of the rest to the bottom.

EgyptAir crash: Debris found from flight MS804 - http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-36339614