Destiny and the Two N739PA s

 

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The Lockerbie Enigma estate car which gave us the first specific Enigma Code prophecy of the Lockerbie Air Disaster,was first registered on 20th January 1988 by the Austin Rover Group as a company vehicle to be used by management at Longbridge in Birmingham. It probably rolled off the production line at Cowley, near Oxford, in December 1987. So, around a year before the Lockerbie disaster, someone chalked 557 onto an engine on the production line at Cowley and the engine was duly mated to its destined chassis 7AM396557.

This, therefore, begs the question of whether Something had the whole train of events planned precisely so that all the elements could come together early in December 1988 to predict the events of 21st December.

Why did I even bother to ask about a car I knew we could never afford?  Why did the idea come into my mind that day in November 1988?   Jenny laughed when I told her I had asked about a new car. We couldn’t even keep up with the rent!

But those numbers which connect that car to the Lockerbie disaster are there. That car came to my attention on 2nd December and N739PA was destroyed on 21st December.  I have just tried an Internet search to try to find Montego production details. I found I was connecting at 6.55 pm, and 655 is part of that car’s chassis number. After printing some Montego pages, I clicked on the connection symbol on the tool bar to disconnect. I glanced at the bytes sent and received, saw nothing significant in the numbers, and clicked Disconnect. The time froze - for around one second - long enough for me to register that my Internet session had lasted 7 minutes and 47 seconds - the box merely displayed 7.47. Then, like that particular 747, N739PA, on that December night, it was gone!

Coincidence? Perhaps, but then again, perhaps not. Today is the Ides of March, a day noted for the fulfilment of a prophecy.

Ultimately, we are left with only two explanations. The Lockerbie numbers on that Montego estate car engine are just random chance, or they are there by design. There is no third explanation.  If they are chance, it is almost beyond belief that such a relevant car, which I had specified so precisely by make, model and engine capacity, should be actively brought to my attention, three weeks before the disaster and only forty miles away from where Pan Am 103 came back to earth.

The alternative is equally hard to believe - and that is that the whole episode was orchestrated by some external source of intelligence which either knew or chose to determine the destiny of N739PA on that fateful December night. After all, it was not N731PA that was allocated to Flight 103 that night, nor N744PA, but N739PA.

One more curious twist that causes me to ponder on destiny is the name of the previous PanAm bookR.jpg (16717 bytes)aircraft with the registration N739PA. I came across this coincidence in a book entitled ‘A Pictorial History of Pan American World Airways’ which we had found on 19th May 1991 at a book fair at Kempton Park racecourse in Surrey. On p.187 is a list of Douglas DC7s, turbo-prop aircraft from the mid 1950s. That earlier N739PA was rolled out on 22nd June 1956. Its name was Flora Temple. This struck me as having a strange relevance as the vocal spokesman for the British victims of Flight 103 has long been Dr. Jim Swire. His daughter, Flora, was killed on Pan Am 103. There had been a news item on television one day which showed Dr. Swire and his wife in a garden which they had created in memory of their daughter Flora. It was like a shrine dedicated to her. The words ‘Flora Temple’ immediately came into my mind.

Registration

Name

Constrn Number

Roll Out

History

N738PA

Empress of the Skies

44880

14/6/56

Later Stanford. To N7380A 1965. Sold Intercontinental Air 20/12/65

N739PA

Flora Temple

44881

22/6/56

To DC-7F; to N73980A 1965. Sold Intercontinental Air 21/2/66

N740PA

Northern Light

44882

28/6/56

Later Gauntlet. W/O at San Francisco 20/2/59

N741PA

Great Republic

44883

10/7/56

To DC-7F; to N74175 1965. Sold Aaxico 16/6/65

N742PA

Fidelity

44884

18/7/56

Later Intrepid. To N7421 1959; to DC-7F. Sold Liberty Air 15/9/65

N743PA

Ocean Rover

44885

27/7/56

Sold Intercontinental Air 15/6/66

N744PA

Pacific Trader

44886

7/8/56

Withdrawn From Use 1966

N745PA

Midnight Sun

44887

28/8/56

Later Fortune. W/O 18/2/61 during training ILS approach at Nuremburg, Germany.

Look also at the date  that particular DC7 was rolled out of the factory, 22nd June 1956. 2nd June is 22.6 and in the Enigma Destiny Codes, 226 is Ra, Akhenaten’s name for God.

Yes, you can say, it is all circumstantial, all little things, each of which can be dismissed as pure chance. What about all the other aircraft in Pan Am’s history? You could find significant dates on lots of aircraft lists if you looked. No doubt you could, but to what purpose? It was N739PA that crashed at Lockerbie, not some other aircraft. And this previous N739PA does have a couple of curious thought-provoking connections.

But, taken together, is it logical for a thinking person to dismiss these curiously inter-connected elements as pure chance merely because they do not like the alternative. The only valid alternative seems to me that there is Something that knows the future, that there is a God, and perhaps a destiny for each and every one of us.

So, is it random chance? Or is it evidence for the Hand of God? You choose which you want to believe. But you cannot hide behind statements like "Coincidences happen!" because they are not explanations.  Ultimately, you choose, anyway, from the way you live your life.

By the way, this same book even has a photograph of N739PA as it was being fitted out at Boeing’s factory at Everett, near Seattle in Washington State. It is the only photograph we have eveno15R.jpg (16813 bytes)r managed to find of N739PA at any stage in its life and  I have searched dozens of aircraft books since 1988. In fact it was Jenny who found this particular book.The photograph does not give the number or name, but it can be inferred from the numbers in the front cabin windows. The numbers 1 and 5 are clearly visible in adjacent windows. For N739PA was No.15 off the production line and it was delivered to Pan Am as ‘Clipper Morning Light’ on 15th February 1970.

Line No.

Constrn No.

Regis-
tration

Name

Roll Out

First
Flight

Delivery

History

13

19644

N737PA

Ocean
Herald

23/7/69

9/1/70

21/1/70

WFU, stored Norton, California 8/92

14

19645

N738PA

Belle of
the Sea

30/7/69

19/1/70

5/2/70

W/O landing at Karachi, Pakistan 4/8/83

15

19646

N739PA

Maid of
the Seas

6/8/69

25/1/70

15/2/70

Converted to SCD 9/87. W/O 21/12/88
Destroyed over Lockerbie, Scotland

16

19647

N740PA

Ocean
Pearl

13/8/69

31/1/70

24/2/70

Re-registered 6/2/95. Tower Air N613FF

17

19648

N741PA

Sparkling
Wave

21/8/69

13/2/70

28/2/70

Re-registered 4/95. Polar Air Cargo N831FT

18

19649

N742PA

Neptune's
Car

28/8/69

18/2/70

2/3/70

Bought Ryder Airline Services 28.2.92. Broken       up for spares Ardmore, Oklahoma

19

19749

F-BPVA

 

6/9/69

28/2/70

20/3/70

WFU and broken for spares Oklahoma City 1/94

  Notes:         WFU  Withdrawn From Use         W/O   Written Off
All aircraft bought by Pan Am,  type 747-121. All names are prefixed with 'Clipper.....' and date from around 1985.
For original 1970 names see  Problems with Probability
Exception is  line No. 19 - Air France type 747-128 - Construction Number   strangely out of sequence.

And for a final coincidence, I will leave you with something else to ponder. Shortly after we moved to Epsom in Surrey in 1989, Jenny got a job at a local estate agents. They were the same people through whom she had bought her Epsom house in 1972. In April 1990, the firm was given a commission to sell a local house in Ashtead, the next village to the south of Epsom. The name of the house was ‘Lockerbie’! And what was the name of the estate agents concerned? It was Everetts!

Are you still certain you can safely dismiss it all as chance?  8.15 pm 15/3/03
 

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