And on 30th October 2015 it was an Iraqi man on
the checkout. That night he bacame the only one out of 200
people to answer correctly the two questions on my Mecca crane
disaster survey which I conducted over two months. Only
20% of the random set of New Zealanders I asked had heard of the
crane disaster; and they were all over 40, most well over 40.
Not one of the always-connected part of society had heard of
it....too busy being connected to each other, courtesy of Zuckerberg
et al, but not to the real world, certainly that part that lies
beyond 'Godlesszone'; the rest of the world is dismissed as
'offshore', apart from the trash that 'streams' out of Hollywood of
But not a single one of the 'more informed'
section of society had registered the date the crane came down,
smashing down the roof and stoning 107 of the believers to
death during a great storm. It happened on exactly the 14th
Anniversary of 9/11 during Friday prayers in the Grand Mosque in
Mecca, the holiest site on earth for the Muslim faith.
And only the Iraqi on the Mitre 10 checkout got
question 2 correct. At least one other Muslim also failed the
second question on the check-out in Bunnings in Manukau - a woman.
Just over 30 hours later Metrojet 9268, an A320 with 217 Russian
tourists returning home from Sharm el Sheik to St Petersburg
was blown out of the sky by an Egyptian al Qaeda bomb.
And it is of course just chance that the house
colours of Mitre 10 are orange and black. Another question I
sometimes ask people is: What colour is the black box they search
for when an aircraft crashes? Its a trick question of course
but 90% of those I ask reply "black". Why else would they be
called 'black boxes? Wrong. They are called black boxes
because in the early days of avionics they were indeed painted
black. They monitored some basic parameters of the aircraft
operation and had a reel to reel endless tape to record the last 15
minutes of cockpit conversation. But now black boxes are high
visibility orange with layers and layers of protection to preserve
tiny memory chips that record everything. - blast proof, waterproof,
highly fire-resistant, but their locator beacon batteries only last
for 30 days....
Code repeat Mitre 10 - signals through very
meaningful coincidences just before THREE
air disasters - Cassandra jigsaw pieces - And you are all
silly enough, have sufficiently dull minds, to believe chance
rules this world. That is after all what lies behind
coincidence. That is what a renowned expert on risk assessment
proclaims vehemently. Professor David Spiegelhalter, Professor
for the Public Understanding of Science at Cambridge wrote an
article published in the Daily Telegraph in December 2010.
'Meaningful coincidence is a myth' was the headline.
So is the wisdom of some Cambridge professors it
would seem. But he is in good company with his mate at Oxford, now
an ex-Professor for the Public Understanding of Science who has
'proved' that God does not exist and
proclaimed it far and wide on London's buses in early 2009.
Yes, I was wrong about the actual date of
Doomsday, but those two highly placed academics are wrong about
everything that really matters. The material world is NOT all
there is. And conventional science has no answers to explain the
strange phenomena thrown up by my research over 31 years. Chance
only satisfies feeble minds; scientists are supposed to have