Flight MH370

Flight MH370

Flight MH370

I am posting the horoscope for the time and coordinates that radar contact was lost with Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370. As this is a current news story, I won’t add too much of an astrological interpretation because the chart data may change as more information becomes available. We can use the comments to add more discussion. It is very mysterious though, and Moon square Neptune in the chart posted below may explain that.

The Part of Fortune is at 14 degrees Libra on the fixed star Algorab, a destructiveness and malevolence influence. It causes accidents and injuries which are difficult to avoid, and is also associated with terrorist attacks. This is a critically important degree in the coming six weeks. Mars retrograde will be on this degree in late April when it forms a grand cross with Jupiter, Uranus and Pluto.

The Part of Fortune in this chart has activated the fifth of seven Uranus Pluto squares, the most sinister looking of the lot. Jupiter rules long-distance travel, Uranus rules air travel, and Pluto rules destruction and death. The fortune and happiness of the Part of Fortune turns to bad luck and misery when in a critically awful aspect pattern like this.

Mercury square Saturn is a bad omen for travel, especially with Saturn stationing retrograde a few days ago. In fact it is still technically stationary, as is Jupiter which just turned direct a few days ago.

Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 Astrology Chart

Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 Astrology Chart

Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 Astrology Chart

A statement from the airline says flight MH370 lost contact with air traffic controllers at 2:40am local time, just over two hours into the flight. The plane, a Boeing 777-200, left Kuala Lumpur at 12:41am on Saturday and had been due to arrive in Beijing at 6:30am local time. The company says the plane was carrying 227 passengers, including two infants, and 12 crew members. [Malaysia Airlines reports Beijing-bound plane has ‘lost contact’]

If co-ordinates from FlightRadar24 are correct, 4°58’14.2″N 102°36’44.6″E. last contact was about 40km west of Kuala Terengganu. [MH370 Malaysian Airlines B777-200ER missing enroute KUL-PEK]

85 thoughts on “Flight MH370

  1. I am now required to say to you that it is highly unlikely at this stage that we will find any aircraft debris on the ocean surface,” Abbott told reporters in Canberra.
    “By this stage, 52 days into the search, most material would have become water logged and sunk,” he added.
    After all,

  2. Searchers dispute company’s claim that it may have found aircraft wreckage. This could be interesting, especially as it was discovered just before the April 29 solar eclipse, within the quarter moon phase I mentioned in the comments above:

    “I think there is still hope that the plane will be found. There is a quarter moon on April 22 at 1 degree Aquarius, conjunct the disappearance charts Venus, a benefic planet. It is also conjunct the fixed star Altair “a strange or ancient discovery”.”

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