To the Right → is a Radix Chart of the Madrid Plane Crash Event:
20 August 2008 The Coordinates are for "Terminal Four" Barajas Airport, Madrid, Spain The Time for the Radix Chart is the 12:40 PM
Neptune is in the 3rd House of Airports, Intercepted.
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154 Passengers died ... passengers were found "carbonized" inside the cabin of this plane. And yet, 17 people walked away from this same plane.
Flight JK 5022 was taking vacationers to the Canary Islands ... Las Palmas ... also aboard were Lufthansa passengers from Flight LH255 who had a "codeshare" with Spanair. Spanair airlines is owned by SAS (a Scandinavian Company). Flight JK 5022 was a McDonnell-Douglas MD-82. It was 15 years old and had been owned by Spanair for the last 9 years.
Flight JK 5022 was an hour late in taking off. It was supposed to have left at 3:00 PM local time, but an indicator said "overheated air" was entering the cabin.
On its 2nd try, it barely got off the ground (only about 100 metres according to witnesses). Its left engine was smoking and it swerved to the right, and off the runway ... crashing and breaking into burning pieces.
One couple was 3 minutes late for this flight. They did not make the flight .... they did make it home.
Las Palmas, in the Canary Islands is at the height of Europe's Summer vacation season. People were looking forward to a happy time, a rest, a time to "get away from it all". Instead ... Carnage.
The entire back of the plane was "burned to a crisp" and from just 100 metres, the plane fell into "pieces". It lay in a field just off the runway. Helicopters dropped water onto the burning plane and some 70 ambulances were on the scene.
The Cause? As Yet, Unknown.
When the plane fell to pieces upon hitting the ground, those sitting in the seats indicated in the diagram to the Right → were thrown out of the mess and away from the resultant exlposion.
They were in fact, thrown into a stream that protected them from much of the incredible heat caused from the burning fuel
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MANY STORIES ARE EMERGING
From among the crew, there was only one survivor ... a stewardess. At the last minute, she was re-assigned to sit in seat "1E" in the front of the plane. Normally, she always sat in the back.
Many families of the passengers spoke of messages they received from loved ones indicating some of the passengers had wanted the Flight stopped before the final take-off. Others received phone calls saying that "something strange" was happening.
Families say they don't want psychologists ... what they want and need ... are Answers.