As you’re well aware, there is a missing plane from Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 that’s still MIA (as of this post). Of course, the world of conspiracy theories loves to speculate, so let’s see what’s out there…
There’s primarily two sources you can check the pulse of this; DavidIcke.com’s forum, and GodLikeProductions’ forum. GLP made it on the radar of the MSM, so looks like these theories are gaining some traction. Some of the theories are echoed between the two forums, and there are many posts in each, so I might be skipping some, so feel free to look around for yourself.
One theory claims that there is numerology at play here because of the occult importance of the number 777. The Malaysia Airlines aircraft flown on Flight MH370 was a Boeing 777, and although some people are mixing up the aircraft model with the flight number, that 777 is the link they are claiming. The 777 stuff is covered on my website with Rihanna’s 777 symbolism:
The documentary featured Rihanna’s tour and all of the journalists and fans who were involved, but I don’t want to focus on that, i want to talk about the 777 being a number important to the Illuminati and esoteric occult groups. The Qabalah book that Madonna, New Agers, and conspiracy theorists always refer to as a source of esoteric knowledge features a book called ’777.’ However, more importantly, occultist and magician Aleister Crowley referenced it in a document he wrote called Liber 777 Vel Prolegoma Symbolica Ad Systemam Sceptico-Mysticae Viae Explicande, Fundamentum Hieroglyphicum Sanctissimorum Scientiae Summae. The ’777′ is apparently important in the title of all of that, and it’s used in some magic rituals that I won’t pretend to understand. If you want more on Crowley and the entertainment industry’s obsession with this OTO order he created, check my Aliester Crowley’s ‘OTO’ Entertainment industry membership post.
…and also the Kabbalah/Crowley connection in entertainment:
And there are the remaining demons that all correspond to the Tree of Life to fill out the shadow “Other Side” of God’s good attributes. These demons were studied by many of the ‘forefathers’ of the occult and dark arts including Aleister Crowley (Liber 777) and Anton LaVey (the Satanic Bible).
We also saw Kendrick Lamar on the 2013 MTV VMAs with the Illuminati symbolism:
Another theory is that the flight was taken down by whichever nefarious organization you’d like to fill in the blank with (e.g. various governments, corporation, terrorism, defense industry, or just the good ol’ fashioned Illuminati who has tentacles in all of them). This comes from the fact that 20+ Freescale Semiconductor employees were on board. Some claims are that opposing semiconductor companies would have a financial interest in taking out the flight, but I highly doubt that one since Freescale has over 23,000 employees. But like I said, I’m floating all the theories out there. Here’s a link on Icke’s forum, see what you think:
Freescale is owned by Blackstone.
One founder of Blackstone is Jewish and member of Skulls and Bones and other one was Chairman of Council on Foreign Relationships.
Seems partially reasonable, one of the co-investors for Freescale is Carlyle Group… Another claim is that it was taken down for insurance money, similar to the Titanic conspiracy theory.
A theory about the location of the aircraft when it went down claims that it was a vortex energy point on the Earth’s secret’ free energy’ grid. Theorists claim that there are vortex points around the globe that harness energy and the Illuminati and/or ancient aliens know how to utilize it. The Ancient Astronaut Theory claims that aliens of the past used energy vortex points to travel around the globe, or potentially make mapping points (e.g. the Pyramids of Giza). This hidden energy grid is one way of getting off of traditional energy sources like oil and coal, so obviously the people in control of these Big Energy industries would want to keep it quiet. Some claim that the Bermuda Triangle has this vortex system and that is why things disappear over that way so often. Yet another claim is that this is some type of vortex being used in a Philadelphia Experiment of sorts.
Another theory is that North Korea (or anyone else) test fired a missile and it accidentally took down the flight. This one is fairly plausible I suppose, since nobody would really know and the aircraft would be crashed somewhere due to it. It just had a near miss with a Chinese-North Korea area flight, so it’s not so far-fetched. From SCMP:
A China Southern Airlines aircraft carrying 220 passengers passed through the trajectory of a rocket launched seven minutes earlier by North Korea, a South Korean official said.
Flight CZ628 was headed to Shenyang in Liaoning province after taking off from Narita airport in Japan when North Korea fired the missile at 4.17pm on Tuesday, South Korean defence ministry spokesman Kim Min-seok said.
The jet was flying over international waters at an altitude of 10,000 metres at 4.24pm when it crossed the trajectory of the missile, which reached a height of 20 kilometres, Kim said.
“The rocket could have hit the plane on its way down,” Kim said. “North Korea had not given any warning. It was an unexpected and immoral act that goes against international norms.
Heavy.com posted up what they claim to be the Top 5 Conspiracy Theories, and they include one that says North Korea hijacked the flight in order to have their own 9/11:
Is this feasible? Absolutely. MH370 was shown going north-east (the direction of North Korea) just before disappearing, and North Korea has hijacked planes in the past. Remember Korean Air Lines YS-11? The rebel country has a recorded history of terrorism and subterfuge.
I’ve read that there are no missiles in existence that are capable of not leaving a radar impression, so this theory wouldn’t work since anything with a radar would’ve been able to see this. Also, the theory doesn’t work because at least some of the debris (like seat cushions) would be buoyant and floating for all to see.
That Heavy article goes on to say there are other terrorist-related bits, and that China would be involved with this 9/11 copycat incident. Seems not realistic since several days have past with no messages or anything that would show someone taking claim to this, so I’d shelf that idea. However, there is that deal with the two stolen passports, but supposedly that was fairly debunked, so who knows. The two who stole the passports were Iranians seeking asylum in the EU (how the MSM knows this, I’m not sure; also I’m not sure how they’d get past all that security on stolen passports…):
Officials identified the men as Pouria Nour Mohammad Mehrdad, 18, and Delavar Syed Mohammad Reza, 29.
While these men have no ties to terrorism, Malaysian authorities have still ruled nothing out, including terrorism, hijacking, pilot suicide, and mechanical failure.
NineMSN posted up some images of a woman who said she was allowed in the cockpit by one of the pilots aboard the MH370 flight:
Jonti Roos, who lives in Melbourne, came forward with photos of her posing with a man she claims is 27-year-old Fariq Abdul Hamid – the first officer on missing flight MH370.
She told A Current Affair she and a friend were ready to board a flight from Phuket to Kuala Lumpur in 2011 when the two pilots asked if they would spend the duration of the international flight in the cockpit.
Ms Roos says they were seated in the cockpit during takeoff and landing and that the pilots even asked the girls to stay a few nights in Kuala Lumpur with them.
“Throughout the entire flight they were talking to us and they were actually smoking throughout the flight, which I don’t think they’re allowed to do,” Ms Roos said.
Yikes, that one doesn’t look good… Other theories include HAARP, but there were no calls for help, notifications of problems, or bad weather reports. Over the last few days people were pointing out that the Vietnamese reported finding the crash; only to recant it later. Same goes for finding oil slicks here and there. Here’s the odd flight trajectory that seems to point out that the flight was in the process of turning around: Another theory is that this will be used in David Icke’s Problem-Reaction-Solution theory that events are created in order to pass some Illuminati agenda, with the example being more “security” or biometric airline tickets (to prevent the stolen passport deal). This one claims there is a tie to the Maserati trident logo that we saw on the Super Bowl ads:
There’s also a claim that the MSM is using this as a distraction from the Ukraine/Russia ordeal, which also seems unlikely (and not all that logical). However, I’d like to point out the stupidity in our “awesome” 24/7 media world, where Bieber gets three articles ahead of the Ukraine/Russia story: Of course, I think my favorite theory is that aliens snatched the plane up, which would be the largest number of simultaneous abductions at one time. It’s not so crazy because the plane literally disappeared, therefore it was not hijacked (it would still be on a radar). Here’s ForbiddenKnowledgeTV:
The radar playback depicts dozens of planes in flight over the region at the time. The first peculiarity is seen in the lower left of the screen. A round object appears in the vicinity of Flight 370 (and amid several others), which the radar does not automatically “read” as airplane. Suddenly, this round object take the form of a “plane” on the radar screen and accelerates at a rate of speed that must be at least five times the speed of the surrounding planes, heading eastward, over the South China Sea – and just as suddenly the object stops and appears to hover in place. During this same time, there is some evidence that shortly after crossing the Malaysian Peninsula, Flight 370 was in trouble. The radar playback shows that the plane took three sharp turns: right, left, right at an altitude of 35,000 feet and at a speed of 473 knots – just before the radar readings instantly go from 35,000 feet to 0, with the plane still traveling at that speed for a few moments more, at 0 feet altitude before it vanishes from the screen. As of this writing, this plane remains missing, even though the sea is relatively shallow in the area where the lane went missing. As for the other object described here, it disappears as well. There have been no reports about this object – or plane, or what have you; whether it was a commercial airliner, like the many others in flight during the final moments preceding the disappearance of Flight 370 – but the object in question certainly didn’t behave like a commercial airliner. Regardless of whether or not this mystery object had anything to do with the demise of of Flight 370 – what IS evident is that the radar readings shown in this clip captured signals from what for now, can only be termed a UFO.
Thanks to the commentor ConspiracyTheorist, there’s also the odd case of a man named Paul Weeks who gave his jewelry to his wife “in case something happens.” Here’s DailyMail:
A father-of-two left his wedding ring and watch to give to his children in case something happened to him before boarding the missing Malaysia Airlines flight as he flew out to start a dream job in Mongolia.
Mechanical engineer Paul Weeks, 39, of Perth, Australia, was on the flight as he made his way to his first shift in a fly-in fly-out job.
His wife Danica has revealed how he left the objects with her to give to their two boys if something was to happen to him.
She told 9News National in Perth: ‘(He said) “If something should happen to me then the wedding ring should go to the first son that gets married and then the watch to the second”.’
And there are claims that the cell phones are still ringing; in fact one person claims they called only to have their spouse pick up several times and immediately hang up each time. Unfortunately, the cell phones industry says this doesn’t indicate anything. Here’s USAToday:
Family members of a few passengers aboard missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 are pushing the airline to search for the GPS location of their loved ones’ cellphones after saying they’d successfully placed calls to missing passengers’ mobile phones.
A few family members said dialing the numbers resulted in ringing tones on the other end, even though the calls weren’t picked up. Bian Liangwei, sister of one of the passengers, told the International Business Times that she reached her older brother’s phone Monday afternoon. “If I could get through, the police could locate the position, and there is a chance he could still be alive,” she said.
But industry experts say ringing phones don’t necessarily mean that the calls are going through.
“The ringing is not actually ringing at the other phone yet,” industry analyst Jeff Kagan said. “It’s just telling you that the network is in the process of finding and connecting to it.”
Locally placed calls may connect almost instantaneously, he said, but long-distance or international calls may “ring” several times before the phone is found or the system can’t find it and disconnects the call.