About that German plane crash: Take Three

Oh, thank goodness! Take Two was wrong! I was right! There IS confusion at the heart of this story! Geez, for a moment there I thought it was all sewn up, that the co-pilot did it, because he was “depressed.” Of course, I knew that wasn’t true, that it couldn’t be true. Mostly because this narrative flew into place way too fast.

Here are a few more theories, involving a certain passenger on that plane, Germany and France being put on notice, mind-control and/or EMP attack, two suspicious planes following along, stolen black box memory card, a gigantic microwave pulse plus CERN breakdown, on and on.

I don’t want to give myself over too much to this latest plane crash conundrum, because of course, it’s yet another false flag psyop designed to both distract and promote confusion and fear, and ultimately to subtly encourage us to just plain give up, settle back into our victimized mindset, fertile playing field for cultural mind-control to move in and take over, the PTB employing the MSM to tell us “what is true.” — And by extension, how to think, how to act, who to be. Yuck.






Last but not least, my two favorites, from a channeled source, “cosmic awareness:”




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