I've been trying to keep more or less deliberately quiet on the whole Malaysia Air Flight 370 Mystery. As most readers here know, shortly after the tragedy - imagine the emotional torture for the families who had loved ones involved on the flight as scenario after conflicting scenario and explanation emerged! Our hearts and prayers go out to them! - I maintained what I called my "wackadoodle hypothesis" in the face of growing confusion and stories and scenarios, that being that the aircraft simply went "poof," it simply disappeared, and no one, not even the NSA, knew where it went. If the NSA or NRO do know, it's unlikely they'll talk about it, because to do so would disclose "capabilities," and if they don't know, it's even more unlikely that they'll admit to that(again, because that would be to reveal too much about their capabilities).

Now, in that context, consider this new muddle on the Malaysia 370 mystery:

Is this MH370? US pilot believes he's found wreckage of missing airliner after searching through thousands of satellite images online - right where the flight vanished seven weeks ago

Let's assume, for a moment, that this is true. If so, it raises, once again, all the questions that were raised early on in the whole story, and even some new ones. The "find," if true, has already sparked "scenarios," among them being that Vietnam shot down the airliner, thinking it to be a spy plane, and, embarrassed at at its colossal KAL 007 stupidity, has been covering it up. Frankly, I don't think such a scenario holds much water. Vietnam would clearly know about the regular Malaysia air overflights of airliners to and from China, and would hardly be so incompetent as to make such a colossal error.

So, why the image now, so many weeks after the strange disappearance, in shallow water? And why has no one seen it before now, or more importantly, not admitted to seeing it, and why, as the article itself avers, is a search still being conducted in the Indian Ocean off Australia? On the first points, if indeed this image is of the crashed airliner, then one obvious possibility is that the location was not disclosed to give whatever conspirators were behind the disappearance, time to recover whatever it is they wanted. I mention this only because, if you've been following the stories, there is that strange connection of some of the passengers to an American company developing hardware and software with - it is rumored - some strange capabilities. This rumor was circulated in connection to the various "China and/or America did it" scenarios.

The problem here, as always, is the conflicting dataset that has surrounded the whole Malaysia 370 muddle from the beginning, for we were also informed that the Rolls Royce engine telemetry devices continued to function for some four to five hours after the reported disappearance, in other words, they continued to function long after the plane - if this is the plane - crashed into the waters off Vietnam. Possible? Maybe. Sure. But it is just as possible that with an impact with the water, they ceased functioning. If that's the case, then what about that Rolls Royce engine telemetry? Was Rolls Royce lying? Or, if getting telemetry, what was it getting telemetry from?

Then, too, there's all the other contradictory datasets surrounding the story: if this is the plane, then what exactly was it that flew back over the Malaysian peninsula as reported by some "eyewitnesses"? What was it that General McInerny confidently reportedon Faux News his "intelligence contacts" said flew over Indian airspace in the wake of another airliner(as if Indian air traffic control systems are not capable of detecting such a thing and giving off the typical collision danger warnings!) Was he lying? or were his contacts lying? Or did someone lie to them? Or ...didn't they really know and were they all scrambling to come up with something plausible by way of an explanation and, in typical intelligence fashion, using the whole incident as a crisis of opportunity to fasten the blame (predictably) on Iran and terrorism?

Let's suppose this does turn out to be the missing aircraft. If it does, then the questions only grow once again, for virtually everyone connected with the story has "a whole lot of 'splainin to do," from Malaysia, to Vietnam, to China, to the USA.  If it is the aircraft, then the statements of McInerny are erroneous, so one might ask him why he made them to begin with? and why was the "Indian airspace Iran scenario" even proposed? And if it doesn't turn out to be the aircraft, then, well, what aircraft is it? Some other, hitherto unknown disappeared aircraft? If so, why was it not reported? And whose was it? And what's it doing there?  If it is the aircraft, then what's there now? And who is going to go down there and look? Will the aircraft still be there? And if so, will it show any signs of anyone having examined the site before now?

On and on we could go. The bottom line here is, if this image is true, and it is the image of the missing flight, then the mystery just became even more muddled, and the probability of extremely foul play just ratcheted up quite a few notches.

See you on the flip side.


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Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. shhh...its almost here on May 20, 2014 at 1:50 pm

    The first sensible answer with references to verify………….
    Former Prime Minister Of Malaysia Accuses CIA Of Covering Up MH-370 Disappearance…….

  2. henry on May 13, 2014 at 12:52 am

    @”I maintained what I called my “wackadoodle hypothesis” in the face of growing confusion and stories and scenarios, that being that the aircraft simply went “poof,””

    I was watching Spielberg’s “Close Encounters of the Third Kind” the other day, the movie started with the reappearance of “SS Cotopaxi” and “Flight 19” in the 70s, after they disappeared near the “Bermuda Triangle” in the 20s and 40s. It turns out “ETs” were responsible for not only the reappearing of these missing planes and ship, but also the returning of the missing pilots and crews after the “ETs”(typical “Roswell Greys”) secretly “exchanged” with the U.S. government.

    The question then arises, if they can return “SS Cotopaxi” and “Flight 19”, are they actually the ones “abducted” them in the first place?

    So, rather “resonating” to hear the mentioning of both “Bermuda Triangle” and “Philadelphia experiment” on the “wackadoodle episode” of thebyteshow.
    Seeing Spielberg’s movie establishing certain link between “Bermuda Triangle” and “ET technology”..
    a thought crossed my mind..if Pine Gap has at its disposal both climatological and seismic weaponry capable of creating disasters in recent history without most people realizing these were technology-induced events as opposed to “natural one”.. what if, some of the well-known cases of disappearance of planes and ship thought to be caused by “Bermuda Triangle” were actually “technology-induced” events rather than “natural phenomenon” as well?

    “wackadoodle” aside..
    the new “crash site” has been claimed by WIVB, a CBS-affiliated television station.
    “And when WIVB reporter Ed Drantch questioned if the shadow could be a shark, Hoebel responded: ‘That’s a 210ft shark.'”
    Why not asking more crucial questions like, whose satellite took the image? when was it taken?
    Or is WIVB trying to “convince” its readers “this is definitely not a shark”?
    i didn’t believe for a second the plane crashed off Western Australia, and i don’t believe this as well, i’ll just treat it as what it is, “a CBS news 2.0”.

    But in case Mr. Hoebel doesn’t know, he’s not the only one and for that matter the first to have located a crash passenger plane in South-East Asia. One of Battlefield 4’s new multiplayer map called “Lost Islands” already has done that.

  3. nobodyouwantoknow on May 9, 2014 at 4:46 pm

    The missing Malaysian jet was captured by a huge disc craft that snagged it right out of the air.

    I seened it in a dream two days before it happened — I had just started using African Dream Root ( Silene capensis ) which enables the user to see the future, amongst other siddhi. Wonderful stuff, highly recommended for optimizing dream-time.

    See ya on the be side …


    Don Juan Matus Jr

  4. DownunderET on May 9, 2014 at 2:24 pm

    The mind boggles at this missing MH370 flight. The Internet went crazy with all kinds of conspiracies, however the plane is still “somewhere”. I don’t consider the Diego Garcia option, too many military personnel with too many mouths to be kept closed. There has to be a “motif” in all of this, and it’s my belief that whoever grabbed the 777, wanted what was “on it”. The cargo manifest is rumored to have been tampered with, so there’s another “option”. Australia has enlisted the services of a French “expert” who found the Air France plane that went down on a flight from Brazil to Paris, but it took two years to find it, but find it they did.
    There is no doubt we are not being told everything, and in my opinion they will never find it.

    • LSM on May 9, 2014 at 3:18 pm

      I agree with you totally-

      “There has to be a “motif” in all of this, and it’s my belief that whoever grabbed the 777, wanted what was “on it”.”- maybe, maybe not- if someone/somewhere really wanted something being ‘supposedly’ carried by this plane (see the provided link in my previous posting) they could’ve absconded with it before it got to the airport; would’ve received less publicity (like none) and would’ve saved a messy high-jacking-

      I certainly don’t have the definitive answer (am not an insider) but I (if I may put myself out on a limb) don’t think we should rule out the idea of worm holes; then again, if this flight was so controversial, why was this particular flight the victim of a rip in the space-time continuum?-

      as for the Air France flight: we’ve been ‘told’ they finally found the wreckage after two years (what, the whole plane just neatly dived into the ocean and didn’t split into some pieces upon water impact after plummeting from 10/20/30k feet into the water?)-

      so now the provided link states they found the Malaysian plane’s wreckage more or less whole (but no report of break-up pieces of the plane on the surface of the ocean…gosh!)-

      my favorite part of the UKMail article was the bit about a 210 ft. shark…

      please stay well Downunder- I always respect your postings-


    • Tim H on May 11, 2014 at 3:05 pm

      But if the black box batteries only last a month, how did they find it? Did they dowse for it? Am I missing something here?

  5. basta on May 9, 2014 at 12:44 pm

    More misinformation from a US pilot to further muddy the waters.

    The NSA and the USA have been mighty quiet about this missing plane, when usually the US is all over this sort of thing.

    I’ll stay with Diego Garcia with the low-level overflight of the southern Maldives witnessed by an island full of natives, thanks–it still makes most sense. After all, a flight to Diego Garcia was reported as the last scenario played on the pilot’s home flight simulator, at the outset of this tragi-comedy.

  6. LSM on May 9, 2014 at 8:11 am

    ohh, Dr. Farrell, I just think you are so right with your assessments/questions-

    and the newest, most monumental spin to date is (this is a really good one for us!)……n-about-mh370/

    I think the de-bunker (after official published story) is absolutely correct-

    “there is that strange connection of some of the passengers to an American company developing hardware and software with – it is rumored – some strange capabilities”- Freescale Energy (formerly Motorola)- yes, the concept that Jacob Rothschild getting rid of the Asian scientists with whom he had a joint patent making him after their demise thus sole owner of the patent is supported by the group… ‘Anonymous’-

    am not saying I believe this…

    please be well Dr. Farrell and all-


  7. kchuray on May 9, 2014 at 7:57 am

    Dear Dr. Farrell,

    At the risk of stating the obvious: no matter what explanation the USA puts forward as the “official” explanation, most of the American public will probably believe it. (I exclude here readers of this website and other alternative media.)

    Very often I have heard, for example, callers on Coast to Coast AM or commentators on other websites say some version of, “If this comes to light, maybe NOW people will believe the world is not as the official version portrays it.” And my internal response is always, “Don’t count on it.”

    Even aside from the pervasive mind control in our world, I think denial is one of the most powerful emotional mechanisms we have. I think people don’t believe in, for example, UFOs, ancient aliens, alternative history, breakaway civilizations, catastrophic climate change, etc., NOT because the facts are lacking or unavailable, but because they simply can’t face it. It’s like hitting the emotional snooze button — just five more minutes, please; just a few more years of illusory consumer comfort before I have to wake up and face the dangers we’ve put ourselves in by our insistent slumber.

    Don’t get me wrong – I love your website and those of Catherine Austin Fitts, Whitley Strieber, the Coast to Coast AM program, Red Ice Radio, and all the other valiant efforts to excavate and expose the underpinnings of our corrupt and dysfunctional system. And I think those efforts are beginning to have more and more effect, thanks to the Internet.

    Unfortunately, though, I don’t think Americans in particular are going to wake up to the facts until they simply can’t ignore them any longer — until the majority of people’s survival is impacted by catastrophic weather, food shortages, monetary catastrophes and the like. Like the Herculean U.S. efforts after Pearl Harbor that eventually helped win WWII, I think it’s going to take the proverbial bucket of cold water in the sleeper’s face to accomplish a permanent state of consciousness.

    I just hope it’s not too late when we finally wake up.

    Kathy C.

    • kchuray on May 9, 2014 at 8:08 am

      P.S. — I’ve always held that people make decisions emotionally first, then find data to support whatever they need emotionally. I think in addition to giving people facts (your specialty, and well done, too), there need to be ways to bolster people’s courage to face hard facts and their implications for people’s personal lives. Only in this way is it possible to address both components of people’s inertia — emotional resistance and lack of information.

      • kchuray on May 9, 2014 at 8:10 am

        P.P.S. — I find Catherine Austin Fitts to be excellent at giving people courage, and you are excellent at giving them data. Perhaps that is why you are such a good team.

  8. jodav001 on May 9, 2014 at 7:13 am

    >>why…is a search still being conducted in the Indian Ocean off Australia?

    Perhaps the “search” for Malaysia 370 is cover for a search for something other than a missing aircraft? We could be seeing a cover for operations on the surface while either A) they’re looking for something else (e.g. recently-discovered Vimana, crashed or damaged secret spacecraft, etc.) or B) a special operation is going on in the Indian Ocean necessitating the appearance of a search. Either effort would represent classic misdirection of the kind favored by TPTB.

  9. marcos toledo on May 9, 2014 at 6:50 am

    This is beginning to look like material for a story straight out of The Twilight Zone, The Outer Limits, X-Files or Fringe, No scenario is off the table even the tv. series Lost seems possible. Or the plane was taken ala This Island Earth and the families will never see their love again. The new wreckage sit makes more sense than the wreckage site off Western Australia. But in the end it’s been two months and the question remains were are the plane and the passengers any ideas anyone.

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