June 12, 2014
A total of 13 aircraft suddenly vanished off radars for about 25 minutes on two occasions over Austria and neighboring countries, Austria's flight safety monitor said, calling for an EU probe into the “unprecedented” incidents. The flights vanished from air traffic controllers’ screens in Austria on June 5 and June 10 for 25 minutes each time, Marcus Pohanka of Austro Control – Austria’s flight safety organization – said Thursday. Air traffic control in neighboring regions of Germany and the Czech Republic also reported similar problems. Pohanka said the location, height, and identity of the 13 aircraft vanished over Austria both times, in what he called “unprecedented” incidents, AP reported. He added that some neighboring countries had experienced similar problems. The daily Kurier, based in Vienna, elaborated that similar problems were experienced by flight controllers in Munich and Karlsruhe in Germany and in Prague, Czech Republic. Poahanka declined to say which airlines and planes were involved, but suggested that some may have been passenger jets, which fly at high altitudes. The EU’s Eurocontrol and European Aviation Safety Agency will investigate the incidents. Poahanka stressed that at no time were any of the planes in danger, as extra air traffic controllers were immediately called to their posts and emergency measures were brought in, which included immediately establishing voice contact with the pilots and the widening of flight corridors. The Kurier cited an unnamed expert as saying that the problem was most likely to do with interference between the aircraft transponders and the ground.
ZetaTalk Chat Q&A for March 15, 2014
What would cause MH370, a large, stable aircraft to suddenly disappear? In clear weather, with a very experienced pilot, flying a reliable aircraft with an almost unblemished safety record, yet the plane disappeared from radar. No evidence from satellite reports of meteor showers or fireballs entering the atmosphere. Mechanical failure would have provided enough time for a mayday signal. Cell phones among the passengers likely were not engaged. Ergo, something interfered with the electrical systems on board. When the wreckage under the sea is discovered, any theories about a bomb on board will be dismissed as the wreckage will prove otherwise. So what caused the catastrophe?
There have been several instances of electromagnetic pulse affecting hydroelectric dams or aircraft since Planet X arrived in the inner solar system in 2003. In each case we detailed the cause but mankind plods on as though their technology will not be affected by the magnetic monster that has moved next door, nor is the public warned. Air France 447 had a total electrical failure when passing over the highly magnetized Atlantic rift and the Sayano-Shushenskaya dam step-up transformers raced into an
explosion after a 20 year safety record. Such is the effect of an electromagnetic pulse from the magnetic giant currently turning to swing its magnetic N Pole toward Earth in an increasingly aggressive manner.
What can the Earth expect? In 2003 when the charged tail of Planet X wafted past the Earth, the Earth had dramatic
blackouts. Both blackouts, caused by a drop in electrical activity, and surge can result. Surge will trigger a shutdown, to protect sensitive electrical equipment. Damaged electrical equipment can be anticipated, blown transformers and fried circuit boards. Certainly satellites are vulnerable, and the satellite failure rate will exceed mankind’s ability to send up replacements. Air travel
will become increasingly risky, and mankind’s equipment that relies on electronic or magnetic guidance will increasingly malfunction. All this will increase as the hour of the Pole Shift approaches.
Where this outage is "unprecendented", the official excuse is military exercises by NATO nearby, but prior such exercises have not caused this to happen to commercial planes. Also, not ongoing during one of the outages.
At first a Nato electronic warfare exercise in Hungary was suspected as the cause of interference as it coincided. The exercise, apparently, used devices designed to interfere with enemy radar and there were suspicions it may have affected civilian flights. But Hungary's defence ministry denied any Nato involvement, saying the technology used was weak and had a range of only 4,000 metres – a height well below the altitude of the aircraft. Deepening the mystery is the fact that the second incident occurred after the exercises had finished.
Though related in time for the first outage, the fact that commercial planes in Europe disappeared from radar was not caused by a NATO exercise to block military radar. We have predicted increasing electro-magnetic incited outages,
affecting airplanes as well as mankind’s grid, as the magnetic hosing from the N Pole of Planet X increases. There will almost ALWAYS be some other suspected cause that the establishment will point to, during such incidences. MH 370 was followed days later by similar problems with their MH 066,
but the similarity in location and electrical failure was ignored in the press.
The truth is too frightening to the establishment. They cannot predict or control these EMP incidents. Had the NATO exercises not been ongoing at the time of the first incidence, these outages would not be getting this press attention. Military exercises to block military radar are regularly scheduled and conducted, and cause no interference with commercial radar, as is being admitted. Of course this type of radar interference happened with MH 370, so the crippled plane appeared to simply disappear from radar for a time. These 13 European planes escaped having their electronics crippled, as the EMP wash was directed at radar installations on the ground rather than the planes.