Editor’s Note: My heart goes out to all the families involved in this airplane tragedy in Russia as all of humanity is “under attack”. Why? The truly demented dark are at a loss for preventing something the knew would happen as Light continues to brighten the Earth!
I think it wise to be aware of the actions taken by the dark, yet try and stay out of their way by avoiding unnecessary risks and/or major travel. Those steps may not be possible for many, yet maintaining awareness is critical at this time, that…and a lot of prayer!
Please read this article, minimize risk-taking in the increasingly perilous times, yet remain…
I was told that airplanes were made to rock and roll on the air currents and that storms are no biggie. Sure, they usually fly above them, but having to land in a T-storm isn’t uncommon and there is rarely a problem. Lightning doesn’t usually cause a loss of comms, but suddenly, lightning seems to be an issue.
We had lightning in Jacksonville when the 737 went into the river on Friday night, and lightning in Moscow yesterday. We’ve heard a lot about lightning—or what they are calling lightning—in the news fairly recently.
We’ve also seen the bizarre circumstances around the “transformer
explosions” in New York and Louisiana in December. What sparked those?
Lightning might not always be “lightning”. Just sayin’.
Oh, but lightning isn’t a weapon. Really? So, this was just a coincidence?
The captain of the Superjet 100 reports that a “bright flash and a bang” occurred BEFORE they began their descent in Moscow—and had to perform a MANUAL landing and lost radio contact due to a” lightning strike”. No wonder it was rough.
—not that we expect they would reveal the whole truth to the public in times of war. If this is due to the “grand solar minimum” I’d like to know. ~ BP
Captain of ill-fated Superjet says ‘landing speed was normal’, fire broke out after touchdown
May 6, 2019 An Aeroflot captain who piloted the Superjet 100 in Moscow has revealed harrowing details of the accident, saying he had to crash-land with full tanks, which possibly led to the jet catching fire right after its bumpy touchdown.
There was “a bright flash and a bang” moments before the pilots began an immediate descent into Moscow’s Sheremetyevo Airport, Denis Evdokimov, a captain on the ill-fated Aeroflot flight, told Telegram channel Baza. To make matters worse, communication with the ground failed “because of a lightning strike.”
The failure left the crew with no option but to perform a manual landing. They finally managed to establish radio contact and “could only say a couple of words” to the air traffic control, who guided them back to the runway, Edvokimov recalled.
While attempting to land, the jet struck the runway several times, probably damaging the fuel tanks and causing a fire to ignite in the rear of the fuselage. But the captain failed to explain why the touchdown was so hard, only saying that “we had caught fire upon landing.”
The crew didn’t seem to have any trouble during descent, he said. “The speed wasn’t high, it was normal. [We acted] according to the flight manual.” However, the jet’s weight was much greater than required because of its full tanks, making it extremely challenging to safely land a 45-ton airliner on a runway, the pilot said.
He and his first officer followed a protocol on landing an overweight plane, but it could be the bumpy touchdown that ignited fire on board, Evdokimov suggested.
The plane was flying to Murmansk, a city in the north of Russia, carrying 78 passengers and five crew members. Shortly after take-off, the pilots declared an emergency and turned back. The Flightradar24 tracking service showed that the jet circled twice around Moscow before it hit the runway after spending less than half an hour in the air.
Now—as a full-fledged conspiracy analyst I have to go here. We’ve had what appears to be spontaneous combustion of two transformers in two different cities last December within days of each other, thousands of acres of land and properties in California igniting and burning in most unusual ways, and plane crashes and problematic landings with lightning, flashes and bangs.
Transformers do explode and catch fire, but two in two days in different cities?
Maybe they’re not related, but flashes and bangs usually need a spark or something of that nature. We like to explore the possibilities and ask questions because we’ve grown very suspicious over time about events that aren’t explained to our satisfaction and have no basis in physics we know of. Many things we understood were impossible, aren’t impossible.
Electrical explosion in both Louisiana and New York?
Why do lines of cars on a freeway suddenly burst into flame? Why do homes burn but trees do not? Why does half a home burn and the other half is untouched? Why is half a football field scorched black and the rest green with a hard line?
Some folks believe they have the answers and suggest we are under attack by silent, stealthy killers who don’t do battle face-to-face. Normally that would be cowardly, but all’s fair in love and war, right? The artillery of combat may have taken on a different guise but in this war, it’s civilians who are the targets, not soldiers.
California Wildfires Caused By Directed Energy Weapons
There’s logical fodder for the line of thinking. Thanks, R.
Usually when we’re told something is “possible” it’s already been in practice for some time. Who is the enemy; the Pentagon, or the Pentagon’s enemies?
We also have intel suggesting Israel’s moon mission was shot down. You will, of course, come to your own conclusions. ~ BP