The flight that never arrived
Everyone is entitled to his or her own opinion, so I’m going to stick to my own observation (from day one) concerning the disappearance of Malaysian Airlines flight 370 carrying 239 persons on board a little over a week ago. The Beijing-bound flight never arrived to its destination as it disappeared without a trace in less than an hour after take-off from the Malaysian capital of Kuala Lumpur. Chinese nationals composed the most number of passengers followed by Malaysians, Indonesians, and other nationalities.
A combined multi-national search and rescue team was formed to look for any sign or debris of the lost aircraft but to no avail as until now flight 370 remains a mystery. There were speculations that it has been hijacked or commandeered and brought to a secret location. Still, the world and, most especially, the families and friends of those who were inside flight 370 need to know the truth and nothing but the truth. But how can a modern aircraft equipped with state-of-the-art aviation technology suddenly just disappeared mysteriously?
Would this lead to the notion that a Bermuda Triangle-like spot has been discovered somewhere in the South China Sea? That flight 370 may have accidentally entered a portal of intensified cosmic energy bringing it to another place, another time? I’m not discounting the fact that it probably might be the case. But I hope all passengers on board including the crews were still alive and come back home safely and intact.
In this age of advanced technology, imaginations are just as important as facts. The people should know about the truth that’s been kept secret. From Bermuda Triangle, to Philadelphia Experiment, to Mystery Flights cited even before the airplane was invented, Malaysian Airlines flight 370 might be just one of them.