Ms. M.K. found this story, and passed it along, and this is one that I simply have to talk about. As regular readers here are well aware, I'm fascinated by the story - or rather, the lack of a story - about missing Malaysia Air flight 370. I've tried to stay abreast of this story as "developments" occur, but it has been frustrating for one very obvious reason, namely, that every "development" is really a "non-development," and thus it is far more accurate to say that I've been trying to stay abreast as new non-developments non-occur.

The most recent non-development that non-occurred was the Malaysian government's release of its final official report, which ran to about 400 pages, and which essentially stated what we already knew, which is next to nothing.

This was Malaysia's way of saying that the disappearance and presumed crash of the flight remains a mystery.

As one might imagine, I wouldn't be blogging again about the story today, if it had not taken yet another very very strange turn, and that turn is that France is considering reopening its investigation:

France reopens investigation into missing flight MH370 after Malaysia's 400-page final report was accused of hiding the truth

As the reader will observe, the linked article reviews some of the strange conspiracy theories out there, including, of course, the one that those pesky never-to-be-trusted-always-Byzantine-Russians and their Evil-Criminal-Super-Genius-Mastermind, Vladimir Putin, had the flight shot down. Missing from the list is the theory - articulated on one of the American lamestream corporate controlled "networks" by an American general shortly after the flight's disappearance - that the flight secretly flew across India by following closely in the wake of another civilian airliner and thus dodging the primitive radar of those primitive Indians, and landed in Iran where it was going to be used in a false flag attack. Other versions of this had Israel, and not Iran, doing the secret flight-across-India and false flag. India, of course, stated that this was nonsense and had such an event occurred their air defenses would have known about it.

So now France wants to reopen its investigation, claiming, as the article notes, that Malaysia is covering up something, and part of what France wants to investigate is the following:

The Gendarmerie of Air Transport wants to examine data from satellite operator Inmarsat which tracked the plane before it went missing in March 2014.

It intends to 'verify the veracity and especially the authenticity of all the technical data transmitted,' according to French newspaper Le Parisien. (Emphasis added)

Wait... now the satellite technical transmission data is in question? And why do the French authorities suspect that the data is questionable? This is an intriguing point, because shortly after the flight disappeared, this author maintained the "it just went poof" hypothesis, i.e., that it was the target of some exotic technology, or had fallen victim to some strange and rare natural physical anomaly like the Bermuda triangle. Then it was announced that the Rolls Royce jets on the aircraft were still transmitting telemetry data for some time after the aircraft had diverted from its course and flown back across the Malaysian peninsula to the west southwest. And more importantly, if the French suspect this data is questionable, then who altered it, and why? We're not being told at all. But at the time, when much was being made of this data, I pointed out that data can be faked or altered, and perhaps was during the transmission itself.

And, come to think of it, why is France involved at all? Granted, French were aboard the flight. Debris allegedly from the flight washed up on French or former French islands in the western Indian Ocean. So for those two reasons alone, France can claim a stake as an interested party. But that raises a significant question: why is no other country with a similar stake conducting an investigation? After all, there were significant numbers of Chinese and Americans aboard the unfortunate flight, and other than a Chinese satellite photo which was made available by China shortly after the disappearance and then quickly retracted, and stupid claims by American generals about flights through India, no Chinese or American government involvement at an official level ever took place, a suspicious circumstance in and of itself. Indeed, the article points out this very strange circumstance:

No other countries are probing the flight from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing that had 239 people including four French nationals on board.

That suggests that those "other countries" know or suspect they know what happened to that flight, and have agreed to keep it a secret, or possibly been threatened to do so.

Then there's this:

The report said there was insufficient information to determine if the aircraft broke up in the air or during impact with the ocean.

It's that "break up in the air" that intrigues me, for that is a very different thing from an explosion; the language is carefully chosen, and is perhaps indicative that the Malaysian government knows something, and is either not talking, or afraid to do so. What caused the potential break-up in mid-air? I'm stuck on this curious statement in the article because the Malaysian ambassador in Madagascar, it will be recalled, was responsible for collecting all the debris that was washing up in the western Indian Ocean, and getting it back to Malaysia... until, that is, he turned up dead... At the time this occurred, I thought, and I still think, that he saw something in the debris, and was silenced. And I did not, and still do not, rule out the possibility that what he saw may have been evidence that the "debris" may have been salted, and not from the flight at all, or that he saw evidence of the mechanism that brought the flight down.

So once again we have another strange twist in the story that, as yet, has no agreed-upon plot-line and narrative: no sooner than Malaysia released its report, than France says something is suspicious in the technical telemetry, and the whole mystery is reopened.

But that, let it be noted, is already a bit of progress, for this is the first time that this data has been questioned, and that raises the prospects of foul play and some hidden player with motivations we do not yet know, or of foul play in covering up either incompetence, or some very anomalous circumstance.

Either way, in short, Malaysia Air Flight 370 just had its Zapruder Film moment...

See you on the flip side...

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. Scott S on August 13, 2018 at 1:41 pm

    Dr. Farrell,

    Wasn’t Indonesia involved in the 9/11 truth movement? Maybe my memory is making mountains out of molehills, but a brief synopsis of Indonesia’s actions in the 9/11 truth movement may illuminate the flight 370 disappearance certain ways.


    As an airline pilot and aero engineer I am confident that there is no way a modern commercial airliner can just disappear. There are many organizations around the world that know what happened and they don’t need transponders or telemetry. Would any of us not have a fool proof tracking devise installed if you held the paper on a $300M airplane?


  2. basta on August 12, 2018 at 8:10 am

    To me this looks like more kabuki theater, more stirring the pot to make sure that this “unsolvable mystery” op never really dies.

    If you ask, “Why France?” then I’d also ask, rhetorically, “Why did Australia ‘lead’ the search (and look everyplace the flight surely wasn’t)?”

    French investigators are right, there’s a pack of widely agreed-upon lies going on here and Malaysia is definitely being pressured to mumble along and accept them or else, but I have zero confidence that France will expose them. They are there to add yet another layer of fake “investigation” to discount that avenue. In the end, they will say, “We didn’t find anything, move along.”

  3. Denise Baraka Lawrence on August 11, 2018 at 5:28 pm

    Well…I never have time to really wax poetically, however after reading this entry I ran into a “since-anything-is-possible-might-as-well-add-this-content”. Apparently this content circled the internet and gives SOS coordinates close to where the plane “disappeared”. Point of [dis]interest begins somewhere around the 3 minute mark… . Ya’ll have fun…

  4. Kari Nanstad on August 11, 2018 at 5:16 am

    Thought we read a report or watched a report a while back
    and said a former Commercial retired pilot indicated it was
    impossible to hijack a Boeing Plane as there are remote controls that can take over and land safely, if taken over. And so much contradictions about the passengers. Also said the Boeing planes can/able to gas the passengers. Who knows what they are capable of these days. Also reports there were some engineers going to a convention and a dispute on licensing their products with a billionaire who wanted to take over their project. Strange indeed

    • Skygoddess on August 11, 2018 at 6:58 pm

      The most compelling argument I’ve heard is from the commercial and military pilot Field McConnell at Abeldanger. He predicted the next Malaysian flight to be targeted if the Boeing interruptible auto pilot issue wasn’t exposed. He is relentless in attempting to expose this and who is behind it including his sister.

  5. Margaret on August 10, 2018 at 9:20 pm

    I don’t believe they have ever found the real debris from that flight no matter what they claim. If it landed in the ocean, why have there not been debris floating or washed ashore by this time, like luggage, seats & various other items. This reminds me of what happened off the coast of south Florida 20 years ago… a sailing yacht coming from the Bahamas to Palm Beach vanished in a storm less than a mile from shore. In all these years, not one piece of debris or bodies have been recovered. Search parties looking & never found a thing, not even debris from the boat. So things can go poof…

    • bosatsu on August 10, 2018 at 9:31 pm

      Guess you did not hear the one about some kind of snafu with the internal air control of the jet which caused everybody in the jet to doze off until they ran out of gas and hit the ocean. I think every one woke up when they were on the way down. Too late by then. Cause: equipment failure. Some debris was found near India, no idea where the rest is.

      • goshawks on August 11, 2018 at 9:16 pm

        Funny thing about autopilots: They stay on. This meant that, under your scenario, MH370 was under perfect control right until it glided into the water. If the problem was “with the internal air control of the jet which caused everybody in the jet to doze off,” then both the passengers and the pilots would have woken up as soon as the air got dense enough (say 10,000 ft).

        Modern transport aircraft have self-deploying emergency turbines, in case they have engine failures. They generate enough electricity to power the controls, power the radios, etc. Any pilot under those conditions would have “Mayday”-ed all the way down, which is several minutes under glide from 10,000 ft. The world would have known exactly where and how MH370 went down.

        (In addition, under a controlled glide into the water, there was maximum chance for survivors. Think of the 737 that went into the Hudson River with no fatalities. Rescuers coming to that exact spot as quickly as possible might have seen hundreds of passengers bobbing about in life rafts…)

  6. marcos toledo on August 10, 2018 at 7:05 pm

    Just wondering if Chris Carter might be playing around with this mystery on the rebooted X-Files.

  7. Gabriela Tyler on August 10, 2018 at 6:34 pm

    Don’t look for that plane in the water, it was an emergency crash landing on soil and all the people are dead.

  8. zendogbreath on August 10, 2018 at 5:22 pm

    off topic request:
    good author/title to start reading about enoch?

    • Gaia Mars-hall on August 13, 2018 at 9:12 pm

      Enoch and the Watchers: Chronology of the Primeval Gods and the Western Sunrise: The Origins of Western Religion

      Pete Matrejek

      • DanaThomas on August 14, 2018 at 2:21 am

        A pity that the Matrejek book is only available on “kindle”…

      • DanaThomas on August 14, 2018 at 7:26 am

        Enoch and the Watchers: can be downloaded from the author for a fee. The bibliography is available for free on this link:

  9. goshawks on August 10, 2018 at 5:20 pm

    Well, I see the cited article actually mentioned Diego Garcia. But, they spun the scenario to where the “Boeing 777 was shot down by the Americans who feared the aircraft had been hijacked and was about to be used to attack the U.S. military base on Diego Garcia atoll in the Indian Ocean.” Then, the authors dismissed that particular spinning as improbable, since the Americans would have told the world that they had to shoot the aircraft down. Classic misdirection…

    I covered the facts behind MH370 landing at Diego Garcia in this comment:

    There were two interesting snippets in the article:
    (1) “And former French airline director Marc Dugain said he had been warned by British intelligence that he was taking risks by investigating this angle.” (The angle that MH370 had made it almost to Diego Garcia and was shot down.) Obviously, Dugain was getting a little too close to the actual scenario, and had to be warned off…
    (2) “The Gendarmerie of Air Transport wants to examine data from satellite operator Inmarsat which tracked the plane before it went missing in March 2014. It intends to ‘verify the veracity and especially the authenticity of all the technical data transmitted,’ according to French newspaper Le Parisien.” This occurs after Rothschild-handled Macron has settled into office. Since the “data from satellite operator Inmarsat which tracked plane” is one of the clues that could track-back to Diego Garcia, it would benefit the usual suspects to cast doubt in the public mind that the data was valid. It could be that the real data was leaking out and had to be pre-discredited. Check this out:
    “Since we first learned of its existence, we’ve been asking for the complete record of the communications data between MH370 and Inmarsat’s satellite network. In May 2014, Malaysia released satellite data logs, but they were incomplete: fields of data were missing, and only a small number of data records from before the flight was made available. When pressed for the complete logs, Inmarsat and Malaysia both claimed the data had to be released by the other. We now have what we believe is the complete record of communications between airframe 9M-MRO and the Inmarsat satellite network, from March 7, 2014, at 00:51 UTC, until March 8, 2014, at 01:16 UTC.”
    “I’m not sure that the complete record was shared with SITA on March 8th. The timeline seems to be something like this:
    1. Plane disappears at 17:21 UTC on March 7.
    2. SITA asks Inmarsat for data after disappearance.
    3. Inmarsat supplies SITA with initial 1.5 hours of data.
    4. Inmarsat creates complete data log at 3:21 UTC on Saturday, March 8, possibly from a facility at Perth.
    5. Inmarsat (London) begins to study complete logs in afternoon of Sunday, March 9, and sees 7 hours of activity after disappearance.
    6. Inmarsat confirms 7 hours of activity on Monday, March 10.
    7. Inmarsat notifies SITA of 7 hours of activity on Wednesday, March 12.
    If McLaughlin’s narrative is correct, it appears that although the complete data logs were created just hours after the final satellite communications, SITA was unaware of the complete logs until several days later. What was initially shared with SITA were not the full communication logs.”
    (No clue as to the veracity of the above site. I just found it on a search: Inmarsat tracked MH370)

    Old but ‘overlooked’ article:
    independent dot co dot uk/news/world/asia/missing-flight-mh370-rolls-royce-dragged-into-the-mystery-as-rumours-surface-suggesting-that-data-9190622.html
    “The British company Rolls Royce was tonight at the centre of growing confusion and mystery about the plight of missing Flight MH370 after it was claimed data sent from the plane’s engines suggested it had flown for a further four hours from its last known location. … Mr Hussein strongly denied reports that data from the plane’s two Trent 800 engines, manufactured by Rolls Royce in Derby, showed that it had flown for a further four hours from where it was last located and may have been steered off course. … It said said data downloaded automatically as part of a routine maintenance and monitoring programme, suggested the plane flew for a total of five hours. … If true, the information would mean the plane could have flown on for up to 2,000 more miles and reached as far as India and Pakistan or even the north-west coast of Australia.”

  10. MK on August 10, 2018 at 4:22 pm

    The crash of Air France 447 in 2009 for some reason always struck me as odd
    Of course it never helped that Cern was being powered up around the same time, and the ever amusing Sorcha Faal at the time put the idea out there that the two were connected.
    There have been advertisements the past month for a new show on NBC called Manifest about a plane that “went poof” five years ago reappearing with all on board believing that their flight was with out incident.
    There have been a handful of movies over the years, going back to the 1930’s, of planes encountering strange time slips while in flight.

    • MK on August 10, 2018 at 4:25 pm

      I just remembered that there is a magnetic anomaly called the “South Atlantic Anomaly” in the area the plane went down.

  11. Robert Barricklow on August 10, 2018 at 11:59 am

    … as new non-developments non-occur.
    [Loved It!]
    This story mimics the disintegration in our time;
    which is actually much older and deeper and goes back as far as the Roman Empire where grievous violence supplanted place-based cultural belonging w/the Universal Roman citizen. And yes, it goes back even further from China to the Americas developed social inequality, dislocation of culture from place, slavery, conquest, and environmental ruin.
    Rome, Christianity erected upon the scaffold of Roman universalism a further edifice of separation: the abstraction of spirit from matter, leaving the former generic and the latter inconsequential.

    I’m with the flight suffering disintegration; as in our times.

    • Robert Barricklow on August 10, 2018 at 12:15 pm

      The experimental Q-36 Space Modulator?

  12. WalkingDead on August 10, 2018 at 9:05 am

    This is beginning to sound like someone’s limited hangout. Like magicians, they want you looking over here while they do something over there.

  13. DanaThomas on August 10, 2018 at 8:23 am

    PS it was the Malaysian Consul, not the Ambassador.

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