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The Psychic and the missing plane


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Ah I posted the above before I went to the link and read it. This just seems like a complete fantasy. She feels the plane is in another dimension. Also she readily admits she cannot get the TV show Lost out of her head. It seems obvious this is where she is drawing most of her imagery from.

 

 

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Ah I posted the above before I went to the link and read it. This just seems like a complete fantasy. She feels the plane is in another dimension. Also she readily admits she cannot get the TV show Lost out of her head. It seems obvious this is where she is drawing most of her imagery from.

As I recall, the Lost island was floating island that time travels.
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MH370 obviously landed on Diego Garcia. The Malaysian military released an image that showed the plane's diverted course between Malaysia and Vietnam. Interestingly, if you extend that heading when it made the sharp turn, that heading goes DIRECTLY to Diego Garcia, the largely unknown US Naval base in the middle of the Indian Ocean. The route the pilot took to get there did not actually follow this straight line path, as numerous sightings of a low-flying Malaysian Airlines jumbojet were made over the Maldives within 10 minutes of the estimated arrival time at the Maldives early that morning. But,... that initial bearing was an Easter egg that was thrown out as so often is done, because they know that the media will not touch it with a 10-ft pole.

 

 

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Yes, that was a poor choice of words. I should have said; I moved (past tense) in more elite/informed/aware/intelligent/etc... circles than you. During that time I spent much more than half my time overseas in 3rd world countries or, at least, off their coasts. :)

 

 

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Enlightened' date=' yeah right, basic training is designed to remove free thought and instill unquestioned obedience[/quote']I don't know if you were in the military or not but your statement is most often repeated by those that really have no idea what basic training is all about. When I was attending a military academy, we learned, "You have to break the shell before you can make the omelet." That's not exactly the same adage you may be familiar with.

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