|Air France Disaster
A horrific airliner disaster occurred June 1, 2009 over the Atlantic, when Air France 447 traveling from Rio
to Paris crossed through air turbulence, per the pilots report, and then per a computer report experience
failure in several electrical systems including the loss of cabin pressure.
- Ocean Search for Air France Jet Continues
June 2, 2009
- The Air France plane flew into turbulent weather four hours after taking off from Rio and 15
minutes later sent an automatic message reporting electrical faults. A lightning strike could be
to blame and that several of the mechanisms on the Airbus 330-200, which has a good safety
record, had malfunctioned. But aviation experts said lightning strikes on planes were common
and could not alone explain a disaster. They also said the plane could have suffered an
electrical failure, effectively leaving the pilots "blind" and making the plane vulnerable in an
area notorious for bad weather.
The black box from the flight is unlikely to be recovered as the Atlantic under the disaster site is three miles
deep. In speculating on the cause of the disaster, experts have the following clues: airliners do not go down
simply because of lightning strikes; electrical systems are designed to be redundant to prevent complete
failure; storms do not cause electrical failures; fuel slicks found at the site indicate an explosion such as a
bomb did not occur and no terrorist group came forward to claim responsibility; and loss of cabin pressure
might indicate the plane was coming apart.
- What Happened to Flight 447?
June 1, 2009
- Four hours into the flight the plane encountered heavy turbulence. Fifteen minutes later, now a
long way out to sea, it transmitted an automated signal indicating the plane was in serious
trouble. A succession of a dozen technical messages showed that several electrical systems had
broken down, most ominously the pressurization system - a totally unprecedented situation in
the plane. It has been four decades since lightning alone caused an airliner crash in the U.S. A
lot of time and effort is spent protecting airplanes from the clear and present danger. And
airliners get hit by lightning all the time - you don't hear about it because nothing bad happens.
Remember, it is seldom just one thing that brings a modern airliner down.
- Experts: Jetliner Crashes Due to Storms Rare
June 1, 2009
- Early Monday, 14 minutes after Air France Flight 447 "crossed through a thunderous zone
with strong turbulence," the plane sent an automatic message reporting electrical failure and a
loss of cabin pressure, said company spokeswoman Brigitte Barrand.
- Jet's Horrifying Final 14 Minutes
June 3, 2009
- At 11:10 p.m., a cascade of horrific problems began. Automatic messages relayed by the
jetliner indicate the autopilot had disengaged, suggesting Dubois and his two co-pilots were
trying to thread their way through the dangerous clouds manually. A key computer system had
switched to alternative power and controls needed to keep the plane stable had been damaged.
An alarm sounded, indicating the deterioration of flight systems. At 11:13 p.m., more automatic
messages reported the failure of systems to monitor air speed, altitude and direction. Control of
the main flight computer and wing spoilers also failed. The last automatic message, at 11:14
p.m., indicated complete electrical failure and a massive loss of cabin pressure -- catastrophic
events, indicating that the plane was breaking apart and plunging toward the ocean.
- New Air France Debris Found, Explosion Unlikely
June 3, 2009
- Brazilian Defense Minister Nelson Jobim said the existence of large fuel stains in the water
likely ruled out an explosion, undercutting speculation about a bomb attack. The plane sent no
mayday signals before crashing, only automatic messages indicating electrical faults and a loss
of pressure shortly after it entered stormy weather. If the decompression reading was correct, it
caused a structural problem. Aviation trade publications focused on a series of warnings in
recent months issued by U.S. and European regulators about electronic systems on A330s and
A340s that could throw planes into sharp dives. The directives covered ADIRUs - air data
inertial reference units - which feed crucial information to the cockpit to help fly planes.
Per the Zetas, Air France could not overcome an electromagnetic flux that caused failure in the electrical
systems that control the airplane.
ZetaTalk Explanation 6/3/2009: The airliner did not fly into a hurricane, as none was reported, though
wind shear can happen unexpectedly. Wind shear on a plane at high altitudes would not likely drive it
to the ground or into the water, nor does wind shear tear off a wing or engine. Airliners anticipate
lightning strikes and are guarded against them, such that for several decades no disaster has been
caused by lightning strikes alone. What then caused the loss of the Air France airliner over the
Atlantic? The sequence of events is clear. The pilot announced air turbulence. Then 15 minutes later
an automatic message from the plane's computer announced that several electrical systems had
failed. Thereafter, no more messages were received, so the pilots were either too busy or unable to
transmit. On the face of it, a massive failure in the electrical systems caused the plane to go down,
and prevented a last minute transmission from the pilot as to their likely location. What would cause
such a failure?
We have repeatedly warned that electromagnetic disturbances could be anticipated as the charged
tail of Planet X turned toward the Earth. There is increasing evidence of this, the latest unmistakable
piece of evidence a blast to the Earth's magnetosphere. The number of subatomic particles in the
electromagnetic spectrum, as we have noted, is beyond what mankind imagines. When failure
happens on the ground, there is an outage. The lights go out, but nothing crashes to the ground. When
a massive failure, however temporary, occurs in an airliner time catches up with those affected as the
airliner is temporarily out of control, and in turbulent weather this can prove disastrous. Will such
failure happen again? We have stressed, repeatedly, that man can expect problems with their
satellites and electrical grids due to the charged tail of Planet X wafting increasingly in the direction
of Earth. Air France 447 hit a tripple whammy, however, in that it was in a storm and over the
Atlantic Rift, which as we have stated is a surface magnet, responsible for the twice-a-day global
shudders that appear on the live seismographs.
Indeed, per the Zetas, they are aware of some 387 sub-atomic particles that fall in the electromagnetic
ZetaTalk Statement 7/15/1995: To put it into perspective, the electron, which humans now think of as
one unit but are casting a suspicious eye toward and thinking may perhaps prove to be many types of
particles, in a clump or acting independently, is composed of some 387 discrete types of particles. This
number of subatomic particles is the count we, the Zeta, are aware of, but we suspect even we are
ignorant of the true count and may be in error on some of our assumptions. After all, we're only
Have their been other signs of electromagnetic interference recently? No dramatic blackouts, such as in 2003
when New York City went black, but there have been signs of interference and the Zetas have not failed to
Question: This is a strange question, as I'm confused by it. About two weeks ago our power went out.
No big deal. The next day my VCR had completely stopped working, and it was a damn fine VCR. It's
plugged into a surge protector which never tripped and the fuse within the VCR was in perfect
condition. No loose parts or anything like that. A few days later my toaster suddenly stopped working
just like the VCR. Later that night it suddenly began to work again. A few days later, my satellite
cable box suddenly wouldn't come on. I messed around with it a bit and it started working again. I
didn't do anything to fix it. After this third incidence I felt something was up. So I have to ask, are
small electronics affected by Planet X?
ZetaTalk Answer 2/17/2007: We have stated that electromagnetic surges will occur, increasingly, as
Planet X approaches and in particular as the tail wafts past the Earth. Tail effects are already being
felt by humans, who report vertigo and nausea due to the gas in the tail. The compass has been
erratic for a couple years now, but as the tail is charged, will have more problems than the past. The
magnetic fields of Planet X and Earth clash, and this is not a steady state but a surging affair. In
addition, there are more particles than electrons and magnetons involved, particles man is unaware
of, that surge. We have stated that the electrons we are aware of exceed what mankind is aware of.
You think of this as a single particle, we know them to be over 200. Thus, depending upon location, a
household can be affected. Is the location being wafted by the tail, being affected by the Earth erratic
magnetic field, or being affected by the core of the Earth as the magma roils under it? All these apply.
Get acquainted with the basics of how to live without electricity, as this is a good skill to have!
ZetaTalk Overview 2/16/2008: In the days before Planet X arrived in the inner solar system in 2003,
problems with wireless communications were technical, solely. But these times have and are changing
at a rapid pace. In August-September of 2003 there were brownouts and blackouts and surges
worldwide, creating the New York City blackout on August 14, 2003. On September 1, 2003 there
were massive blackouts in Malaysia and Australia, following on September 2 by brownouts on the
Yucatan peninsula in Mexico. On September 4, 2003 London had blackouts. On September 9, 2003
blackouts occurred in Finland and Russia. This was a time when the Second Sun was much in
evidence during sunrise and sunset. Planet X had arrived. While putting on the brakes as it
approached the Sun, Planet X caused its massive charged tail to waft past the Sun to Earth, thus
causing brownouts and blackouts. In 2003, the Earth had a taste of what the charged tail can do, but
mankind's electronics are not braced for the continuous barrage that it is about to receive. If a
charged cloud can create a surge or brownout in an electrical grid on the surface of the Earth, what
can it do to electronic communications temporarily in the air? Wireless communications are very
vulnerable, in the days to come.
So should we all stop flying? Per the Zetas, the risks are increasing, but until the last weeks such a broad
statement would not apply.
ZetaTalk Comment 4/14/2007: Air travel has always been risky, but the risks were known and taken
into consideration by those encouraged to fly. Lately, the risks have increased, but the public is not
informed. Micro-bursts, lightning strikes, meteor hits, all increase the risks. There will be, until the
last weeks, safe flying, but the ratio of this to disasters will increase. This is an individual choice to fly,
so beyond stating that the risks are going up, we can have no comment.
Atlantic Rift Magnet
Early in the ZetaTalk saga the Zetas explained that the Atlantic Rift would be a significant factor in the
magnetic dance between the Earth and Planet X. As the Atlantic has pulled apart, during pole shifts in the
past, hardening magma in the Atlantic Rift aligned with the Earth's magnetic field, so that the Rift itself has
become what the Zetas describe as a magnet, a surface magnet.
ZetaTalk Prediction 6/8/2003: When Planet X is close enough to cause agitation and spilling over of
the ionized particles that normally group at the poles or around the highly magnetized core of the
Earth, these particles flow along under the crust of the Earth until they find themselves captured at
the Atlantic Rift. This creates a conflict within the Earth's magnetic field, as it now has yet another
magnet to deal with.
1. the Earth itself
2. Planet X which is aligned with the Earth but moving gradually past the Earth as it approaches
3. the Atlantic Rift, aligned loosely with the Earth, but due to the bulge of the Equator, not strictly
The distress a highly magnetized Atlantic Rift has on the surging magma is to create an irregular
outgo at the N. Pole, where the particles flowing through the core are going straight up and out, but
the particles that flowed along the Atlantic Rift are emerging at an angle. Thus, the point where this
angular outflow emergence occurs is agitated, due to ionized particles under the crust surface in rapid
motion. This is an indication that the Atlantic Rift has become magnetized, has gathered the ionized
particles that escaped from their normal domain near the poles or surrounding the core.
When Planet X grabs at the Atlantic Rift during the Earth's daily rotation, there is often a dual shuddering
evident on the live seismographs, at the time when the Atlantic Rift lines up with the Sun and Planet X (which
is approaching from the direction of the Sun) and again at opposition, when the Atlantic Rift is on the
opposite side of the globe, on the dark side of Earth. Shortly after Planet X arrived in the inner solar system
in 2003, this was the major cause of the Earth wobble that developed.
ZetaTalk Explanation 7/17/2004: The Atlantic Rift is skewed to the West in the northern hemisphere,
and then to the East in the southern hemisphere, following the deepest cleft between the continents as
they rip apart during what is commonly called the Continental Drift. As we have stated, this Atlantic
Rift is itself a magnet as the tearing occurred during prior pole shifts and cooling magma was quickly
aligned with the reforming poles, and thus becomes a third magnet encouraged to align with the
Earth's core and Planet X during their encounters. At the point where the Atlantic Rift either faces or
is in opposition to Planet X, this tugging to align occurs, creating the Global Quakes noted on live
seismographs only during this past year, for the Earth, when Planet X has been in the vicinity.
Note where Air France 447 went down. It is precisely over the Atlantic Rift. Per the ZetaTalk on Air France
447, this location at a time when Air France 447 was caught in an electromagnetic flux and also air turbulence
was the triple whammy that cause the airliner to go down.
- Investigators: No Sign Plane Had Problems Before Take-off
June 2, 2009
- On Tuesday authorities found debris from the jet in the Atlantic Ocean. Officials found two
separate debris fields 60 km apart were located about 650 km (400 miles) northeast of the
Fernando de Noronha Islands, an archipelago of 21 islands 355 kilometers (220 miles) off the
northeast coast of Brazil.
The Zetas have stated that the way the surface of the Earth will rip apart or pile up during the hour of the pole
shift is a scripted drama, the factors that will influence the way the land moves established eons ago. Thus,
what they have predicted for the Earth during the pole shift can be expected to emerge during the Earth
changes preceding the pole shift. And they are! The Zetas have predicted that during the coming pole shift,
that a seaway will open into Russia, from Karachi to the deep lakes in Russia such as Lake Baikal. Thus, as
the Earth jerks about during the Earth wobble, this pending rip in the Earth's surface could be expected to
experience stress and change.
ZetaTalk on Pakistan: After the hour of the shift, Pakistan will find itself with a higher elevation
above sea level, more ocean access as India to the east will be underwater, and additional ocean
access from what we anticipate to be an inland bay cause by the ripping and sinking of the Eurasian
Plate just to the west of Pakistan.
- Astronauts Spot Mysterious Ice Circles in World's Deepest Lake
May 26, 2009
- Astronauts aboard the International Space Station noticed two mysterious dark circles in the
ice of Russia's Lake Baikal in April. Though the cause is more likely aqueous than alien, some
aspects of the odd blemishes defy explanation. The two circles are the focal points for ice
break-up and may be caused by upwelling of warmer water in the lake. The dark color of the
circles is due to thinning of the ice, which usually hangs around into June. Upwelling wouldn't
be strange in some relatively shallow areas of the lake where hydrothermal activity has been
detected, such as where the circle near the center of the lake is located. Circles have been seen
in that area before in 1985 and 1994, though they weren't nearly as pronounced. But the
location of the circle near the southern tip of the lake where water is relatively deep and cold is
If geothermal activity in the shallow part of the lake has occurred before, but coming on the deep end of the
lake is new, then this is evidence of Earth changes, a pulling apart of the new seaway into Russia, per the
Zeta prediction. Another new development is a crevasse in Saudi Arabia, in a location not far from the Red
Sea. Where the article attributes the crevasse to undetermined volcanic activity, per the Zetas, the Red Sea is
in the stretch zone and will be pulling apart as the Earth changes proceed.
Earthquakes Continue in Western Saudi Arabia
ZetaTalk on Arabia: Our advice to Saudi residents wanting to survive is to move into Africa, before
the shift else they will have a long boat trip across the gulf that will open as Saudi land separates
further from Africa.
June 1, 2009
- Earthquakes in the M2.5-3.5 range occurred on Saturday - both of which the SGS are
attributing to "subterranean volcanic activity."
On yet another continent, in Mexico, yet another crevasse opened up. Per the Zetas, Mexico is being pulled
at a diagonal, as is all North America, accounting for the incidence of crevasses there.
The Earth in Chalco is abre, Edomex
ZetaTalk on Mexico: This creates a diagonal stress on the N American continent where New England
is pulled to the east while Mexico is pulled to the West, so the New Madrid is put under slip-slide stress
where one half, east of the Mississippi, will move toward the NE while the other, west of the
Mississippi, moves toward the SW.
June 2, 2009
- A crack of 300 meters in length by a meter of width was abrió in the Earth in the municipality
of Chalco. The geological fault affected the structure of several houses of the residential unit
Towns of San Martin, in the community of Cuatlalpan.
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