The Crash Of Germanwings Flight 4U9525
A new inexplicable plane crash
Let's start from facts. The Airbus 320 of the German low cost company Germanwings had taken off from El Prat airport of Barcelona, at 10.01 AM last Tuesday (24/03/2015). The landing at Düsseldorf was scheduled at 11.55 AM. There were on board 150 people overall: 6 crew members and 144 passengers (among whom 51 Spaniards e 72 Germans are currently counted, as well as others of various nationalities).
At 10.39 AM, French General Direction of Civil Aviation (DGAC) noticed the loss of the radio signal of flight Germanwings 4U9525 and raised the alarm. The plane quickly lost altitude, descending from 38.000 to 6.800 feet in eight minutes, before disappearing from the radar at 10.53 AM, when it crashed against a mountainside of the Trois-Évêchés massif, within the Municipality of Méolans-Revel, few kilometers from the bigger town of Barcelonnette, in Provence, France. No mayday was transmitted from the cockpit, which contributes to make even more obscure the research of the causes of such an inexplicable accident.
The reconstruction of facts stops here, as what we are concerned of, now, is not the mere chronicle of the event, but the “semantic value”of the context in which the disaster occurred. Analyzing all the elements, it emerges a tangle of strange allusions which coherently refers to each other, so that it is difficult to believe in mere fortuity. The oddities are many.
The first oddity is that a plane took off from Barcelona (Spain) and crashed near Barcelonnette (France).
The second oddity is that the very morning of the accident was the beginning of the official visit in France of Felipe VI of Bourbon, new King of Spain following the abdication of his father Juan Carlos; first official visit abroad for Felipe, and just in France, to meet President Hollande. Besides, the King of Spain among his titles includes also that of Count of Barcelona.
The third oddity is that among the victims there are 16 young students of the Gymnasium of Haltern am See entitled to Franz Joseph König, a native illustrious chemist, whose name in German language means “King Francis Joseph”; a name which recalls Francis Joseph Charles John of Habsburg-Lorraine, the last Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire (the first Reich), until the collapse in 1806 under the military pressure of Napoleon.
The fourth oddity seems innocent, but it becomes odd too if we read it in the whole context. It is the fact that the plane belonged to a company named “wings of Germany”, so confirming the role of Germany (country of destination of the flight) as member of a trio with Spain and France.
The fifth oddity is that the meaning of “trois évêchés”, in French language, is “three bishoprics”: it is only a mere strange coincidence, an involuntary allusion to the trio of countries involved in the disaster, Spain, France and Germany? But “trois évêchés” has also a precise historical meaning, which is the sixth oddity.
The Three Bishoprics
With this expression historians refers to the territories belonged to the Bishoprics of Toul, Verdun and Metz, which in sixteenth century were “free imperial cities” of the Holy Roman Empire, ruled by a Prince Bishop. In 1552 these territories, included within the Duchies of Bar and Lorraine, were occupied by Henry II of France (House of Valois-Angoulême) and put under French control until their ultimate annexation to France with the Peace of Westfalia in 1648. By this date, the throne of France had already passed (since 1589) to the House of Bourbon, due to the extinction of the House of Valois. At the time of the annexation of the Three Bishoprics the Holy Roman Empire was ruled by Charles V of Habsburg, who was also King of Spain with the name of Charles I (as well as King of Naples and Duke of Burgundy); it is to him that it is traditionally attributed the said which goes “on his kingdom the sun never set”.
Here it is the sixth oddity: even in the precise historical meaning of the expression, the Three Bishoprics relates to a geopolitical checkerboard in which three countries are involved (Spain, France, Germany) as well as three royal houses (Habsburg, Lorraine, Bourbon): the same countries and the same houses, as we have seen before, pointed out by the the semantic context in which the disaster occurred. Furthermore, the destination airport of the flight 4U9525 was Düsseldorf, just a couple of hundreds kilometers northward from the disputed territories. Territories, moreover, which nowadays still represents the heart of Europe, of the European Union: Strasbourg, the seat of the European Parliament, is just in this region between France and Germany.
Not an accident
It is true that the chance often has a remarkable fantasy, but here we find too many oddities, all coherent and related each other. Then, perhaps, could it be not an accident, but an intentionally caused disaster, with a precise symbolic and ritual meaning? A sacrificial rite? Even the amount of passengers, 144, seems to recall Apocalypse; as well as the amount of members of the crew, 6, one of the three digits of the Antichrist's number...
It is hard to even think to such a thing, for a person who is to be considered just normal: a human sacrifice, intentionally implemented by somebody, having for sacrificial victims the passengers of that flight, their parents and friends, and everybody in the world who feels to share the torture of a human loss, incomprehensible and unacceptable.
But weren't human sacrifices things of the past? Weren't they only obscure superstitions, which the rationality of the modern mind has dispelled just like the light dispels the darkness? Could anybody really want, nowadays, to plan and to stage such a rite? And why?
The answer, unfortunately, is yes: nowadays do exist people who implement this sort of rites.
They are the secret government of the World; and their reason is precisely to be able to go on like that, maneuvering the destiny of mankind. This partly was the case, also, of the collapse of the Twin Towers.
We'll soon be back on the subject.