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A Particularly Strong Full Moon Thins the Air and Helps Bringing a Helicopter Down

A Particularly Strong Full Moon Thins the Air and Helps Bringing a Helicopter Down

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A Bulgarian military helicopter fell right during the strongest full moon of the decade. That day was predetermined to be particularly risky for small flying machines.

On June 9, 2017, at 12.30 am, a Bulgarian military helicopter ‚Panther’1)Eurocopter AS565MB Panther crashed over the Black Sea not far from the mouth of Kamchia River during exercises. The helicopter hooked the antenna of a ship, which destabilized it and it fell into the water. The commander Georgi Atanasov was killed and the other two of the crew – Pavel Simeonov and Anatoly Apostolov – were injured. The cause of the incident is unknown. As usual, the variants that are admitted are limited to human error and technical malfunction. However, the cause seems to be quite different. It could be in the unusual state of the space-time continuum, if we have to express conventionally, although the general theory of relativity that invented it, unlike practice, considers that changes of the continuum cannot be detected on earth.

The incident happened on the day of the strongest full moon for the past 9 years. The peak of the full moon was at 16.10, that is, just a few hours after the helicopter’s fall. The full moon is strong because it takes place when the moon is furthest away not only from the sun but also from the earth. Then the Sun-Earth-Moon system is stretched at the most. The cycle of the phenomenon is about 9 years.

Low space density

Changes in space density caused by cosmic influences and their relationship to aviation crashes are discussed here. They are most noticeable as changes in density of materials, thickness of gases, viscosity of liquids and adhesion between materials. However, the friction of lubricated metals, because lubricants reduce their density more than metals. On 9.6.2017, we have a case of abnormal reduction of density and of adhesion between solids.

Presumably, the reduced air density has reduced the helicopter’s lifting force, which, though insignificantly, was enough to push it into the ship‘с mast. A particularly strong full moon thinned the air and helped the helicopter fall. The catastrophe is a continuation of a long series of aviation incidents that have begun at the dawn of aviation coinciding with extreme values of space density. It seems that disregarding astronomical conditions contributed to the dismantling of another aircraft.

Of course, changes in space density do not cause incidents with aviation alone. The influence of the space-time stretching factor on aviation accidents is more obvious because flying machines are relatively independent and it is more difficult to attribute reasons for their damage. Two unusual accidents, for example, that happened the same day and at about the same time, may have a connection with the reduction of space density. One is the fall of a repairer from the eighth floor of the scaffolding. Reduced cohesion between materials could facilitate the worker’s slippage and be the cause of the accident. The other incident is the strange self-ignition of a bus about an hour and a half earlier. The fire started from the engine, but the driver could not extinguish it and the gas tank exploded. An unusually high friction of lubricated metal parts in the engine could cause overheating and explain the occurrence of the fire. At the same time, increased fuel volatility may have facilitated the blast.

Astrological predictions for pilots of small airplanes

Small flying machines have little tolerance to change conditions. Changes in space-time density have a relatively strong impact. It is advisable not to undergo tests during strong or abnormal compressions and decompressions of the universal ether. These changes are predictable because they are related to the situation of nearby astronomical objects. They are not distinguishable in the Mundane transit Aspect Charts. I’ve been making astrological predictions for pilots on small planes for years. This is the simplest version of my forecast for June 2017, which was sent out last month.

 

Critical & Doubly Critical* Days for Piloting
June 2017

Personal

   

13-14

   

24*-25*

 

Mundane

4

   

19

 

25

29

Space-time density

 

9, 9*

   

23

24

 

The forecast has marked June 9 as a double critical day (*) with double decompression. The space-time density indicators are listed in the third row. Unfortunately, the helicopter crash confirmed the criticality of the day.

The first row of the table lists the personal critical days for the pilot who ordered it. They are derived from his astrological transit and indicate when flying is most risky for him or when he is poorly coordinated and has bad judgement. In this case, the critical days are only few. Of course, the personal transit graphic, which can be ordered separately, is much more informative than a simple list of the most critical dates.

The second line indicates critical days in global aspect influences when one cannot rely on others because the social factor is unreliable. Multiple occurrence of the same digit/date indicates double or triple critical days. To this pilot, 24 and 25 July turn out to be doubly critical days, which advises him not to fly then. Preparing this simplest version of the pilot’s forecast will take me about an hour. You can order it here. I will also need pilot’s horoscope.

Here we are talking about aviation safety, because flying is the most difficult and most dangerous way to travel. However, the same considerations apply to any other activity requiring concentration and rapid reactions such as sports or driving. If you use a flying machine or any other technique in its full capacity and your luck depends on it, similar flight prognoses would make sense to you.

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1. Eurocopter AS565MB Panther

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