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MH370: Pilot Suicide not hijacking (MH370 Part 3)

MH370: Hijacking or Pilot Suicide? (MH370 Part 3)

Inspector-General of Police Khalid Abu Bakar on March 16 said that all passengers on the ill-fated Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 have been cleared of any terrorism activities based on feedback from international agencies. The Iranian passenger with the false passport had been identified that he wanted to go to Europe to start a new life. And he had no flying skills.

US network ABC also reported that US investigators believed the aircraft’s data reporting system and the transponder shut down 14 minutes apart, suggesting the plane did not suffer a sudden catastrophic incident.

What happened to flight MH370


In a further indication that the plane was under piloted control, the New York Times reported that Malaysian military radar data showed the jet climbed to 45,000ft, above the approved altitude limit of 43,100 feet for a Boeing 777-200. If the plane cabin is depressurized, it will render crew and passengers unconscious. The aircraft dived unevenly to 23,000 feet.

At the last know position 1 hour 34 minutes into the flight, it cruised at 29,500 feet – which is in between the range where to and fro aircraft cruise paths are i.e. at 29,000 and 30,000 feet. After this it made a turn to the west.
This is a highly skilled, long experienced, and knowledgeable pilot. He knew what he was doing and where he was going.
There were no known hijack pilot in history with this expert level skill.

It said there were indications that MH370 descended to 23,000ft on the approach to Penang, one of Malaysia’s largest and most densely populated islands. Then came another turn, this time north-west on a trajectory that took it over the Strait of Malacca and out towards the Indian Ocean.

Saying that available data suggested a “skilled” flyer had turned the jet away from its original journey, a senior Malaysian military official speculated that it has to be a “competent and a current pilot”.

“He knew how to avoid the civilian radar. He appears to have studied how to avoid it,” the official was quoted as saying in the report.

 Mike Glynn, a committee member of the Australian and International Pilots Association, said he considered pilot suicide to be the most likely explanation for the disappearance, as was suspected in a SilkAir crash in 1997 and an EgyptAir crash in 1999.

“A pilot rather than a hijacker is more likely to be able to switch off the communications equipment,” Glynn said. “The last thing that I, as a pilot, want is suspicion to fall on the crew, but it’s happened twice before.”


About MH370 pilot Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah

Zaharie, the pilot of MH370, joined Malaysia Airlines in 1981 and had more than 18,000 hours of experience.

The captain and grandfather was an enthusiastic handyman and proud home cook. As part of what he called “community service,” he had posted several YouTube videos including how to make air conditioners more efficient to cut electricity bills, how to waterproof window panes, and how to repair a refrigerator icemaker.

Zaharie’s YouTube channel shows a man with an interest in atheism and comedy, subscribing to Eddie Izzard and Tim Minchin channels while also ‘liking’ videos including one entitled The God Delusion introduced by author Richard Dawkins.

He was born in Penang and is a known opposition supporter – a life member of an opposition party, registered in its Subang division, and had worked as a poll monitor during the last General Election. 

Zaharie posted photos online of the flight simulator he built for his home using three large computer monitors and other accessories. (source: Associated Press)


2 Afterlife Signs: 3 Bees and flipping and turn back movements of a Black Beetle

I was back at my hometown Ipoh for my first cousin’s wedding on Saturday March 8.
He works at Freescale Semiconductor.
He told me his hiring manager and 3-4 managers that he goes out lunch with were in MH370…
My heart goes out to their families.

About Afterlife Signs
One can ask for Afterlife/Angelic Signs for clarity, confirmation, decisions, guidance, assurance, inspiration, etc.

I prayed for rescue teams to see ‘Angelic Signs’ where to locate the plane.
I prayed for Angelic Signs for my own understanding.

I then went on a family trip to Penang. I had not been in Penang for 7 years.

I received an angelic sign: 3 separate bees in Penang in March 10 and 11.

On March 10 the first bee I freed through a kitchen window pane. I didn’t think too much about it.

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Second bee by the glass sliding door of hotel apartment in Penang

On March 11 a second bee died in front of a balcony sliding glass door.
It was early after sunrise I was doing some work with my Mac on a table and sitting on a chair in the balcony of the hotel apartment overlooking Rasa Sayang Hotel Penang.

Later on the morning of March 11 my family and I were leaving the hotel apartment.
Before I got into the car, my brother remarked that there was a dead bee inside a box brake indicator in the car back screen – the third bee.

One bee may not be a significant Angelic Sign, but 3 bees will be out of the ordinary for me as the receiver.
I knew on March 11 it was an angelic sign and it had something to do with window glass and the reason for MH370 disappearance.
But I could not connect the dots and the meaning at that moment.

Then the focus of MH370 changed to the pilots, crew, and passengers on March 15 (see excerpts of articles above).

Basing on the reports above to connect the dots and using 7th Sense, could this be what had happened to MH370?
Just be open-minded for a while… what if…
Some of you reading this may be in denial, or may find it hard to accept or understand.

Could the bee angelic sign be telling me that MH370 pilot Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah locked the cockpit door when his co-pilot went for his break.

Then he shut off the aircraft’s data reporting system and transponder 14 minutes apart indicating the plane did not had a sudden major catastrophic incident.

He climbed the jet to 45,000 feet above the approved altitude limit and dived and rise again – to knock unconscious the crew and passengers. 
This maybe reflected in the second bee which was symbolic of the  co-pilot rendered unconscious and facing away from the glass sliding door (cockpit door).

Then he made a deliberate turn back to the west.
This maybe reflected from the first angelic sign of the turn back movement of a black beetle (black box?)

On March 12 after coming back from Penang at around 2:30am I observed an upside down black beetle at my doorstep flip upright quite a few times.
This erratic upside down flip upright movements can explain the rising of the plane to 45,000 feet and diving unevenly to 23,000 feet.

Then it moved along the wall to the gate but did not go through it.
Rather it turned back left (West), went in and out quick hidding in some holes in the wall.
Then it suddenly disappeared from my sight – weird.

With his known excellent flying skills and from using his flight simulator home system he had studied how to avoid civilian radars, flying n and out hiding over the holes of radar coverage.
According to the New Straits Times the plane flew as low as 1,500m – maybe this explains the in and out hiding of the black beetle.
He then flew solo probably until his death – this maybe reflected in the third solo dead bee in the brake indicator box.

The pilot posted YouTube videos on how to waterproof window panes – this is reflected in the first bee escaping through a kitchen window pane.

Could this be the scenario – by connecting the dots?
As much as I do not want this to be true and not to upset anyone… but there were key indicators pointing this way.
One must be objectively open to solve the most puzzling plane disappearance mystery ever.

But… WHY did the pilot would do that…what was the psyche of the pilot (read more…Part 4).

Or, could it be a Pilot Heroic Mission went wrong (read more… Part 5).

Published: Sunday, 16 March, 2014, 7:11am.
Updated: Sunday, 16 March, 2014, 9:49pm.

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  1. The fire scenario is still a possibility if we can figure out why the plane made the turn to the south. One possibility is a damaged left engine that would cause more yaw than the autopilot could compensate. Another explanation is fire damage to the autopilot feed from the directional gyro. As one and then the other wire gets shorted to ground, the plane would make a left turn and then stabilize on a southerly heading. Fire in the electrical wiring is the overall theme here.

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