We're scarcely a month away from the fourth anniversary of the strange and still mysterious disappearance of Malaysia Air Flight 370, in March of 2014.  At the time, you'll recall, the stories coming out in the week following the flight's disappearance ranged the whole spectrum, from the fanciful to the bizarre. One American "military source" actually appeared on a major corporate media outlet to offer his theory, namely, that the aircraft had been hijacked, and flown over India closely following another commercial airliner "so it wouldn't be noticed", only to land in Iran where it was "repainted" and would be used in a terrorist attack.  India quickly put that nonsense to rest but pointing out that nothing would enter their airspace without them knowing about it. Indeed, it was a ludicrous theory, and I believe the Indians rather than the "source". Then we had the theory that several people on board the flight were carrying sensitive computer chips to China for a Texas firm owned by - here it comes - the Rothschilds. That story at least appeared to have a kernel of truth to it, for there were people on board the flight from a tech company in Texas. But, as I pointed out at the time, if one was concerned about illicit technology transfers, why not intercept it earlier rather than take out a whole flight of innocent people? If it was too late to stop the flight, it could have been recalled by the Malaysian government or even intercepted and escorted to a friendly airfield. Bottom line: that theory made no sense either.

The facts around the disappearance were also either badly contradictory, or badly obfuscated, or both. Some eyewitnesses claimed they either saw or heard the flight passing back over the Malay peninsula. Some theories had the flight flying on to the secret US/UK base at Diego Garcia. While this was going on, China released a satellite photo of what the Chinese government suspected was wreckage off the Vietnamese coast, and both China and Vietnam sent search parties looking for it. Rolls Royce announced that it was still getting "pings" from its engines for some time after the flight's disappearance. Given all this strangeness, I proposed on a Byte Show appearance with George Ann Hughes the most ludricous hypothesis of them all, the one that no one was considering, namely, that the flight really did "disappear," that it went "poof" for whatever reason. I also stated on that show that I would be very suspicious of any parts or pieces of claimed wreckage if it was found in the Indian Ocean. Ms. Hughes asked why. I stated that depending on the timing of such an announcement, it might be possible to "salt" a wreckage field, and since the Indian Ocean is so very deep, it would be difficult to find more.

I wasn't alone in my "poof" hypothesis, as I was later to discover that popular American radio talk show host George Noory, and American actor Richard Belzer, had co-authored a book about the flight with a portion of the book dedicated to entertaining precisely the same hypothesis.

As regular readers here may recall, I backed off off my crazy idea when, sure enough, it was announced that "they" now suspected the flight had crashed in the Indian Ocean. Wreckage was found washing up in Madagascar which was confidently shown as part of the missing flight's aircraft.  No sooner had I blogged about that, when a member of this website in Australia emailed me privately, and showed some "problems" with the wreckage in his opinion, and his opinion counted, because he is a pilot.

So why am I rehearsing all of this?

Because the most recent chapter of this saga now includes a "disappearing" and "reappearing" search vessel that was hired by the Malaysian government to look for the missing airliner(my thanks to Ms. K.M. and Mr. T.M. and Mr. M.B. for sharing this story):

MH370: search ship disappears for three days

Here's the basic story::

At the beginning of January, the US-based company Ocean Infinity was hired by the Malaysian government to search for the missing plane, which disappeared in March 2014.

Its ship, Seabed Constructor, began the search on 22 January, but on Thursday, after only 10 days, it turned off its Automatic Identification System (AIS) with no explanation.

Three days later, it reappeared outside the search area and on its way to a scheduled refuelling stop at the Australian port of Fremantle. Neither the Malaysian government nor Ocean Infinity has explained the outage, or where the ship travelled in those three days.

As one might expect, in the absence of explanations, speculations and theories abound, including a theory that the vessel went on a secret treasure hunt:

Kevin Rupp, a precision machinist who has been publicly tracking Seabed Constructor, said that was highly unlikely.

“I have nothing polite to say about those who are spreading rumours that Seabed Constructor was really on a treasure hunt,” he said.

He said all speculation was simply guesswork, and the tracker may have been turned off to prevent unnecessary distress to the victim’s families. “If the ship detected possible contacts [with MH370] its most likely action would be to move to the spot of the detections and lower an ROV – a tethered remote-controlled small vehicle,” he said.

“To do this, Seabed Constructor would have to sit still in one place for a long period of time and this would be very noticeable to those of us watching through our AIS tracking apps ... I believe they may have turned the AIS transmitter to low power mode to prevent us from speculating that they had found something and causing undue distress for the next of kin.”

But now note something, and I hope it bothers the reader as much as it bothers me:

In the single update released by Malaysian officials so far, it was confirmed MH370 had not been found in the first week of the search, between 22 and 30 January.

During that time, Seabed Constructor had searched a “high priority” area that Australian researchers had pinpointed as the plane’s likely resting place. Between 2014 and 2017, Australian authorities had conducted a three-year search across 120,000sq km that failed to find the plane. Afterwards, the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) identified the priority area as the next place to look.

Scientist Richard Cole said on Twitter he believed the ship had spent the three days in an area it had previously searched, in the south-east corner of the search area.

And that's the problem: why search in an area that has already been searched? Why, indeed, are we searching in the Indian Ocean at all, when, as I've outlined above, there are varying witness accounts of the flight going in other directions? Why would an American "source" get on national television and offer silly theories about Iran, a long way away from the western Australian coast? Any why, indeed, turn off the ship's position transponder? I suspect a different explanation than that offered in the article, namely, that the ship may not have been where people think it was, and that it was looking elsewhere, and if so, that may mean the Malaysian government has some intelligence it is not, as yet, sharing.

The problem is, after three and a half years of searching, the bottom line is we still really don't know where it is, and, if one parses the lines of the following article closely, we don't really know if it's in the Indian Ocean at all; it remains only our best guess:

MH370's location an 'almost inconceivable' mystery – final report

The operation to find MH370 was suspended in January, after 1,046 days, causing anger among the relatives of some victims.

The suspension followed an unsuccessful underwater search 2,800km off the coast of Western Australia, which used an AU$160m deep-sea sonar search over 120,000sq km (46,000 sq miles).

The search, despite finding no new evidence of MH370’s whereabouts, helped to eliminate a large stretch of ocean as the location. The ATSB report said that meant the understanding of MH370’s location “is better now than it has ever been”.

“The underwater search has eliminated most of the high probability areas yielded by reconstructing the aircraft’s flight path and the debris drift studies conducted in the past 12 months have identified the most likely area with increasing precision,” the report said.

Following the underwater search, a re-analysis of satellite imagery had narrowed the plane’s likely resting place to an area of less than 25,000 square kilometres, the ATSB said.

A second Australian agency, the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation, released a separate report on the search on Tuesday. Its report confirmed that early surface area searches, conducted immediately after MH370 went missing between March to April 2014, were effective.

The location of the Boeing 777 has become one of aviation’s greatest mysteries, unable to be solved by a multinational effort involving ships and aircraft from countries including India, China, the US and Australia.

MH370 veered off course and continued to fly for seven hours but sent no automatic transmissions after the first 38 minutes of flight. The plane’s last position was recorded at the northern tip of Sumatra. (Emphasis added)

The bottom line? Aerial history's biggest mystery just became bigger, and my bet is, Malaysia knows something, and so far, isn't talking.

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. Pierre on February 15, 2018 at 8:53 pm

    searching for the thing forever around about where one of the GRID points are in the Indian Ocean off WA.

  2. Verum on February 12, 2018 at 12:04 am

    Here is an article from July that also claims that downed flight MH17 is actually flight MH370 that crashed in the Ukraine. The article includes a link to video of a (presumably) Ukrainian investigator who narrates about a dozen anomalies she identifies in the photographs from the wreckage of flight “MH17” (which the author claims is actually flight MH17)
    1) Glowing fluorescent dye near 1st body
    2) Strong smell of formaldehyde in air
    3) Absence of blood on and around corpses
    4) Bloated damp corpses
    5) Victims not European looking- she states that most looked Asian
    6) Strange dead birds, including a blue and yellow Macaw that is, ironically, the same color as the Ukrainian flag at the 3:10 mark. This is a tropical bird which makes one wonder why it was flying on a plane from Amsterdam to Southeast Asia. Normally, one would expect that such an occurrence may take place the other way round.
    7) She states that the cell phone data had no 2014 photos, only photos from 2013.
    8) Bluish/black lips on victims
    9) She states the passports were all brand new and unused

    More detail on an alternative theory in this 3/31/14 article: The flight was reported by Intellihub News to have landed at Diego Garcia.
    The article includes a (blacked out) photograph and message sent by passenger and IBM tech storage exec Philip Wood from holding cell and discusses associated metadata.
    “I have been held hostage by unknown military personal after my flight was hijacked (blindfolded). I work for IBM and I have managed to hide my cellphone in my ass during the hijack. I have been separated from the rest of the passengers and I am in a cell. My name is Philip Wood. I think I have been drugged as well and cannot think clearly.”

    Article’s author: “I cannot stress how important it is that the GPS coordinates in the photo do not perfectly match what Google says and are not posted anywhere on the web, because it proves that the source of those coordinates did not come from google or Wikipedia, they really did come from the imaging device and it HAD TO be at Diego Garcia when it took the photo.”

    And this is an interesting site “against all fake info about Ukraine” and this article claims to review all of the theories on flight MH370:

  3. gizadeathstarcommentator on February 11, 2018 at 7:17 pm

    I have an incredible tale that’s connected with this one. It’s very hard to explain unless you have an understanding of shifting timelines. What people call the Mandela Effect can be attributed to shifts in the planetary timeline.

    In December 2014, just after the AirAsia flight went missing, a friend asked me if I can locate it. After spending several hours asking around, I found someone who was able to give me the info. It was amazing what had happened.

    The people behind the hijacking of that MH370 were also behind the AirAsia ‘incident’. Note what I said about shifting the planetary timeline. Initially the plane was hijacked. After I passed the info on to my friend and also to military intel, there was a massive timeline shift resulting in the hijacking changing to a terrible accident.

    There’s an island close to where the AirAsia flight disappeared. MH370 was parked there and in the original timeline, the AirAsia plane was also taken there. It was the stuff of 007 and Blofeld. Only the cabal have the resources to build an underwater runway which rises when needed ……….

    I’ll probably regret posting this 🙂 Nobody will believe it and I’ll be castigated for making stories up.

  4. DanaThomas on February 11, 2018 at 2:25 am

    Crisis of opportunity. All this searching of vast ocean areas including seabeds could be used to investigate any number of anomalous underwater phenomena. As well as plain old submarine hunting. This would help explain the secrecy.

  5. Scott S on February 10, 2018 at 11:35 pm

    There must be a number of entities that know where that airplane is. Is there anyone that imagines that the US military is not tracking everything that moves in the earth atmosphere? If you were Boeing would you not put tracking devises in your airplanes? I’m a major airline pilot and I heard that one of our 777 pilots asked a Boeing test pilot how it’s possible to lose a 777. He just looked at the floor and said it is not possible to lose a 777.

  6. zendogbreath on February 10, 2018 at 10:54 pm

    malaysia knows way more than we guess. otherwise why spend so much resources so many years after the fact?

    • zendogbreath on February 10, 2018 at 11:50 pm

      freescale is still a fascinating not so random walk to take through websearch land.

      more and more it sounds like freescale tech was used to dissappear the flight.

      along the lines of getting glimpses into observed phenomena that perhaps clarify what is possible and what is likely. does this yt link below possibly splain the basics of gravity manipulation in the bell?

      the whole vid is worth listening to. dutch is easy to understand at twice the speed too. at about 12:00 in his mirroring of mrfixitrick’s yt dutch notices an interesting aspect of spinning plasma balls in relation to a piece of aluminum (tin foil). looks like pretty clear manipulation of gravity via plasma’s electromag fields

      besides a possible explanation of how a nazi bell works, might this also splain better rationale for why ridiculously wealthy folk would put so much of the planet’s resources towards layering a fine shell of alumina, barium,…. as high as possible?

  7. terminally skeptical on February 10, 2018 at 8:57 pm

    Count me among those who believe it’s impossible for such an airliner to outright disappear. Someone knows where it went, namely the perpetrators. The 777’s fly by wire was probably hijacked. Given that there were two Malaysian airlines, the other one being Ft 17 downed later that same year in Ukraine also under mysterious conditions, I ask what are the odds? The question really becomes what was the motive? The only one that comes to mind was that a consortium had within the span of 2 years released guilty verdicts in absentia for Blair, Bush, Cheney, Rumsfeld, et al. for the illegal invasion of Iraq and war crimes including Abu Ghraib and against Israel for genocide against the Palestinians. The fallen airlines were retribution aimed at Malaysia for failing to heed warnings to not allow the tribunal to occur.

    • zendogbreath on February 10, 2018 at 11:12 pm

      many birds got hit with that one stone. that was a flight shot down over ukraine the state dept tried to blame on putin backed military in ukraine that ussa needed to spank and replace with their own neo-nazis. it also took down a plane full of some of the most knowledgeable folk on the planet about HIV.

    • goshawks on February 11, 2018 at 2:16 am

      t.s., what really bakes-the-noodle as far as pure evil goes is the report of the first responders (even were taped) that the MH17 passenger bodies were ‘funny smelling’ and starting to decompose – much like bodies that had been stored in formaldehyde and possibly frozen. ( MH370 ?) I have yet to see that ‘report’ fundamentally disproven…

      (From an engineering standpoint, the baddies must have hoped the 777 would ‘arrow’ into the ground and mangle the bodies beyond recognition – plus fire. Instead, the airframe held together and basically ‘falling-leaf-ed’ to the ground. It happened to hit in a nearly-horizontal part of the falling-leaf rather than nearly vertical. Thus, many bodies were almost intact – leading to the first responders’ observations…)

  8. goshawks on February 10, 2018 at 7:24 pm

    All the different ‘theories’ are for obfuscation purposes – it’s a tried-and-true technique that intelligence agencies use to muddy the waters. The more ‘giggle factor’ in the theory the better; it makes the real sleuthers look like idiots.

    First, the native eyewitnesses on the Maldives Islands placed a Boeing 777 in Malaysian Airlines colors flying low just off their island chain. This was from multiple eyewitnesses. All MSM immediately jumped-in to ‘tar’ the sighters, or at least made sure eyewitness accounts were never followed-up on the air. This is probably the biggest Red Flag of the event (aside from the Malaysian military radar spotting the U-turn of the 777 after a ‘transponder off’ fuse-pull), and should have a big finger pointing “Here, here!” Why the squelching of the eyewitness testimony? (Hint: Diego Garcia is but a short flight from the Maldives…)

    But most importantly, the Aussie military had/has an over-the-horizon radar that must have tracked the 777. OTH radars do not have the ‘discrimination’ that ping-style radars enjoy, but they are VERY good at showing a general vicinity. That radar should have known where the 777 flew. (A Boeing 777 is a BIG radar target; OTH radars can pick-up much-smaller fighters.) So, why were the OTH radar records for that day not immediately made public?

    (In addition, there were several other ‘conventional’ radars in the area, ranging from possibly one on the Maldives southernmost airport to the Diego Garcia long-range base-radar itself. So, where were their radar records for that day?)

    So, the Malaysian government sending a ship to search for the missing plane is ludicrous; everyone in the alphabet agencies knows exactly where it went. The question is Why Do It at all? Why not let the matter gently fade into the night?

    First guess is a ‘treasure hunt’. A sunken ship with valuable cargo. Second guess is going silent, steaming to a good spot, ‘salting’ the sea bed with major 777 parts, steaming back to the grid, and going online. Come back in a few years, and there you are – mystery solved! (This as sumes the Malaysian government was offered a ‘deal’ they could not refuse…)

    • zendogbreath on February 10, 2018 at 11:07 pm

      second guess sounds most likely. expensive in the short run. worth it in the long run if keeping the lid on freescale keeps rottenchildren war tech decades ahead of the unbrokenaway society.

      that reminds me. didn’t the alphabet soups instantly make all the various tracking imagery and systems classified at the time? like suddenly satellite images from all sources were too dangerous for us commoners to ever see?

  9. basta on February 10, 2018 at 4:53 pm

    “It is almost inconceivable… for a large commercial aircraft to be missing and for the world not to know with certainty what became of the aircraft and those on board,” the report said.

    True, that.

    Even more true without the “almost.”

    It is also almost conceivable that one of the countries leading the search does not want the plane to be located.

    • zendogbreath on February 10, 2018 at 11:00 pm

      good logic basta. taken another step?

      is it conceivable that one country has that plane?

      that company who’s principals were all on board (and were being bought out by rottenchildren) were all the remaining patent holders on scalar tech. if memory serves we talked about that here a few times. now the rottenchildren own the patents completely since all the other holders are presumed dead.

      odd that one. why would all the principals of such an advanced and advancing defense contractor ever get on the same plane together?

      • basta on February 11, 2018 at 4:35 am

        I think it’s pretty clear by now that the whole Malaysia Airlines thing going on back then was a Five Eyes op. Let’s summarize it, shall we? A MA 777 vanishes over the Indian Ocean, transponder off, veers off last seen over Sumatra. Australia, for whatever reason, takes the lead and goes searching here, searching there (echoes of W’s oh-so “funny” video of looking for Iraqi WMDs under the couch in the Oval Office), but just can’t seem to find it.

        The “mystery” deepens, but planes simply don’t go missing these days. In that area of the world, Five Eyes satellites and radar track >>everything<<.

        Numerous, viable reports from simple people living in the Maldives who have no reason to lie claimed that a big, white red-and-blue liveried jet flew low (below radar) over the island heading south early the next am. These were ignored or dismissed by the msm but yet it was a huge mystery where the plane went. More fruitless searching, a deeper mystery, the msm goes into overdrive speculation mode, making the whole thing into a melodrama when it is obvious that the plane was stolen out of the sky… Mkay….

        Six months later, another MA flight is brought down over the Ukraine and the investigation, led by the Dutch, is riddled (pun intended) with mis- and disinfo. The Russians are blamed when clearly it was the Ukie NAZIs who shot it down, hoping to gin up support for ZATO intervention and general Russo-phobia. Gee, if that doesn't sound like an op, I don't know what does…

        I think like 9/11 there were lots of reasons to vanish one plane and shoot down the other, and we've hashed them all here, and doubtless all of them contributed to getting the whole thing green-lighted.

  10. Jon on February 10, 2018 at 1:32 pm

    If they can’t find it in the places they are looking, there are a couple of conclusions one can make; it is there and just too disintegrated to be seen with the technology they are using, or it simply isn’t where they are looking.

    One may then branch the logic from those conclusions:

    If it cannot be seen with the technology they are using, then it may never be found,or at least not until technology exists which can overcome this condition.

    If it is not where they are looking, then this branches into many different paths; why are they looking where they are?Is their data good to begin with? Has the data been corrupted, either deliberately or by chance? Is there some reason “they” do not want to really tell us what is going on? What could that reason be?

    Speculation could rage on and on. One thing IS certain – NO authorities have been honest about this situation from the beginning, and that means there are aspects to this situation which they do NOT want the general public to know. One might speculate from now to eternity and never find the truth, but that much is quite clear – it is being covered up for a reason. That reason could be anything from corporate malfeasance (plane defective) to alien invaders – take your pick.

    Time for remote viewing the event (which I bet has already been done).

  11. Robert Barricklow on February 10, 2018 at 11:36 am

    No doubt some black-ops research types are somewhat in-the-know. These research types are inundating the world w/liv-in-action experiments[like the infamous Chem-Trails].
    Is this flight MH 370 aka Boeing 777[remember the Korean 007 ?], in alignment w/their numerology/symbolism psychosis?

    • Robert Barricklow on February 10, 2018 at 1:09 pm

      Flight 800 was shot down by US military and deep sixed in the memory hole. But, because of that – Into the Buzzsaw : LEADING JOURNALIST EXPOSE THE MYTH OF A FREE PRESS came out and set quite a few records straight.

  12. anakephalaiosis on February 10, 2018 at 6:54 am

    I only fly J. S. Bach Airlines, so I need a pipe organ. Even though I occasionally play a false note, the fugal fall is not dangerous.

    Hobbits do not travel outside the village. We prefer simple life under the sun, and smoking pipe.

    Whenever there comes a flying wizard, we quickly hide in a hole.

    • Tim H on February 10, 2018 at 9:58 pm

      Smoking pipe – I knew it.

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