MH370 bombshell: Hijackers revealed after shocking mystery load was added to plane?

The Malaysia Airlines 370 flight disappeared on March 8, 2014 while en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing with 239 people on board. The plane took a sudden detour from its intended route and flew back across Malaysia before turning south of Penang and then towards the southern Indian Ocean. French engineer Ghyslain Wattrelos, who lost his wife and two children in the crash, believes the disappearance was “no accident”.

Science journalist Jeff Wise told Channel 5 documentary, Flight MH370: Five Years On: “The plane was accelerating, it was climbing and that shows whoever was behind it knew how to fly a plane.

“Whoever was flying the aircraft knew about dead air space in air traffic control, which suggests they were deliberately hiding it from view.

“If this was an effort by Russia it could have put the plane directly on the path to Kazakhstan.

“This happened in the context just after Russia had annexed Crimea ad was getting a lot of heat.

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“They wanted people to talk about something else and suddenly the world’s attention was shifted to this.

“There could have been a Russian on board who interfered with the systems and created a false trail of breadcrumbs.”

Mr Wise’s theory comes after Mr Wattrelos claims 89kg (200lbs) and an overloaded container were added to the flight list after take-off.

He told Le Parisian: “It was also learned that a mysterious load of 89kg had been added to the flight list after take-off.

“A container was also overloaded, without anyone knowing why.

“The expert draws no conclusion. It may be incompetence or manipulation.

“Everything is possible. This will be part of the questions for Malaysians.”

However, French investigators told Le Parisian: “Some abnormal turns made by the 777 can only be done manually. So someone was at the helm.

“It is too early to state categorically. But nothing is credited that anyone else could have entered the cockpit.”

After its disappearance, search operations began in the Indian ocean but the Boeing 777 has never been found.

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Moon Landing Hoax: Man behind SATURN V Apollo rocket now says NASA faked Moon Landing

In 1969, made history when it sent Michael Collins, Buzz Aldrin and Neil Armstrong to the Moon, with the latter two becoming the first people to step foot on the lunar surface. However, one man who played a key part in the mission believes the whole thing WAS FAKED so NASA and the US could turn a profit. Bill Kaysing was head of technical publications for Rocketdyne – the company which helped to build the Saturn V rocket which launched the Apollo 11 crew – and he believes NASA never sent anyone to the Moon.

Mr Kaysing, who died in 2005 at the age of 82, began asking questions of the authenticity of the Moon landing shortly after the mission and by 1976 he published a book called ‘Never Went to the Moon: America’s Thirty Billion Dollar Swindle’.

In his book, Mr Kaysing established a list of reasons why NASA never took astronauts to the Moon.

He believed the space agency simply did not have the technical expertise to put man on the Moon.

Mr Kaysing also claims that the photographic evidence does not stack up for the space agency, claiming that there were no craters near the lunar landing module.

He wrote in his book: “In all NASA animation of lunar flights, there is shown craters being created below the lunar landing module by the jet blast of the landing engine.

“In every official NASA photo of the lunar landing module on the moon, there are not craters. In fact, the surface looks completely undisturbed!”

Mr Kaysing also questioned the lack of stars in official photographs, and unexplained “optical anomalies”.

What Mr Kaysing believes happened is that NASA sent the astronauts into orbit, much like the International Space Station (ISS) is, and returned them after eight days.

He said in a 2001 TV documentary ‘Conspiracy Theory: Did We Land on the Moon?’: “The astronauts were launched with the Saturn V.

“Then, in order to account for their disappearance, they simply orbited the Earth for eight days and in the interim they showed these fake pictures of the astronauts on the Moon.

“But on the eighth day the command console separated from the vehicle and descended to Earth as, of course, was shown in the films.”

However, Mr Kaysings’ claims have been largely dismissed, with Jim Lovell, an astronaut who flew to and orbited the Moon in 1968, calling him “wacky”.

Mr Lovell said: “The guy is wacky. His position makes me feel angry. We spent a lot of time getting ready to go to the Moon. We spent a lot of money, we took great risks, and it’s something everybody in this country should be proud of.”

Moon landing hoax? If Apollo 11 mission was real then who took the photos?

It might be 50 years since famous images showed Americans Neil Armstrong and lunar module pilot Buzz Aldrin landing on the Moon in 1969, but some are still questioning whether or not Apollo 11 was staged. A recent YouGov surgery found one in six British people agreed with the statement “the Moon landings were staged”.

Many others across the world believe the landings were faked by NASA to boost the US’ power on the global stage.

The Apollo 11 Moon mission’s most iconic image is that of Aldrin wearing a thickly padded white spacesuit, and his visor reflecting the tiny figure of Armstrong and the Apollo Lunar Module.

But conspiracy theorists have cast doubt on the astonishing images, questioning who took the photo as there is no visible camera on either astronaut.

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Another shows Aldrin facing the American flag, which appears to flap which again prompted questions because there is no wind on the Moon.

Meanwhile, others say the lack of stars in the sky in the photographs taken during the first landing in 1969 proves the first Moon landing was staged in a studio with a collection of light sources.

Bill Kaysing was the first person to self-publish a book on the theories, named ‘We Never Went to the Moon’ in 1974.

He later told New Jersey newspaper in 1977: “There are no stars in any of their pictures.

“If they were taken on the moon there would have been some stars in evidence.”

However many of the conspiracy theories have been debunked as the images were taken by cameras, with long exposure times, mounted on the men’s suits.

And the moment the astronauts actually took their first step on the Moon was was actually captured by a camera mounted on the Eagle lander.

The flag was not rippling in the wind but had simply become crumpled in storage and stars were not visible due to the bright light coming off the Moon’s white surface.

Moon landing mission recordings spark UFO claims as ‘tracks’ seen by Apollo astronauts

The Apollo 15 crew, consisting of David Scott, Alfred Worden, James Irwin, became just the fourth group to land on the Moon in 1971. However, they were in for a shock once they got there, as they supposedly saw neatly organised tracks on the surface. A transcript between the astronauts and ground control shows how the crew spotted “organised” tracks leading up to Mt Hadley – a mountain range on the northern hemisphere of the Moon – leading to theories.

The conversation between the crew and ground control is as follows:

Scott: Arrowhead really runs east to west.

Mission Control: Roger, we copy.

Irwin: Tracks here as we go down slope.

Mission Control: Just follow the tracks, huh?

Irwin: Right we’re (garble). We know that’s a fairly good run. We’re bearing 320, hitting range for 413 … I can’t get over those lineations, that layering on Mt. Hadley.

Scott: I can’t either. That’s really spectacular.

Irwin: They sure look beautiful.

Scott: Talk about organisation!

Irwin: That’s the most organised structure I’ve ever seen!

Scott: It’s (garble) so uniform in width.

Irwin: Nothing we’ve seen before this has shown such uniform thickness from the top of the tracks to the bottom.

The sighting has prompted speculation from alien hunters with a debate that still rages on to this day.

The conversation was picked up by UFOlogist Don Wilson, who in his 1975 book ‘Our Mysterious Spaceship Moon’, questioned whether has any answers for the sighting.

Mr Wilson wrote: “What are these tracks? Who made them? Where did they come from? Does NASA have an answer for the people?”.

Conspiracy website says there is something strange going on, with the page reading: “Many people feel we have not been told the complete truth regarding NASA’s space program, in particular the Apollo Missions of the late 60’s and early 70’s.

“Something is seriously amiss.”

End of the world conspiracy: Blood Moon at MIDNIGHT sparks fears of biblical APOCALYPSE

A partial lunar eclipse titled Half-Blood Thunder Moon will appear in the sky at midnight tonight. As the Blood Moon appears, it will shine a red light over the Earth. The eerie red glow onto the Blood Moon’s surface is a phenomena that some believe heralds the end of days.

Controversial American Pastor Begley has now claimed tonight’s eclipse confirms multiple biblical prophecies.

Mr Begley, declared on his YouTube channel: “Blood Moons are rising but we want to talk about the fact there’s a midnight Moon over the Holy Land. It’s coming.

“On July 16 into the early morning hours of July 17 a partial Blood Moon will appear over Jerusalem, over the entire Holy Land, in the middle of the development of the peace deal.”

He asks: “Will there be peace or sudden destruction? Is this the apocalyptic hour?

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“Is this the hour that the Bible says the son of men will come or is God about to send us a sign that the soon return of Jesus Chris is imminent?

He cited Genesis 1.14: “And god said, Let there be lights in the firmament of the heaven to divide the day from the night; and let them be for signs, and for seasons, and for days, and years.

“But there is also the Bible’s speech about the midnight hour”, he said, adding “you always know the midnight hour is a special time in God’s clock.”

Mr Begley continued: “This Blood Moon is going to be over Jerusalem and the entire Holy Land taking place on July 16.

“It’s a prophetic sign from God. It’s happening right at midnight.”

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The pastor said that because most of the world is involved in this peace deal, from Israel to Palestine, to US President Donald Trump, Queen Elizabeth II of England and the EU, this midnight moon will can lead to a series of events.

He said: “Pray that you’d be worthy of escaping the hour of temptation. The hour is coming.”

The pastor than cited The book of Exodus, which reads: “’And it came to pass, that at midnight the Lord smote all the firstborn in the land of Egypt from the firstborn of Pharaoh that sat on his throne unto the firstborn of the captive that was in the dungeon; and all the firstborn of cattle.

“‘And Pharaoh rose up in the night, he, and all his servants and all Egyptians; and there was a great cry in Egypt; for there was not a house where there was not one dead.”

A passage referencing the Blood Moon can be found in the Book of Revelation, the Book of Joel and the Book of Acts.

The Book of Revelation Chapter 6:12 talks about great earthquakes splitting the Earth open, the Sun turning into a “sackcloth made of goat hair” and the Moon turning blood-red.

But despite the preacher’s doom-laden prophecies, there is nothing to fear from the dazzling spectacle of nature.

The Blood Moon eclipse is the result of scattered sunlight bending around the Earth’s edges and passing through the planet’s dusty atmosphere.

During a lunar eclipse, the Moon vanishes in the Earth’s shadow and only small amounts of scattered sunlight fall on the lunar orb.

Area 51 warning: Man shot dead for trying to enter military base

More than one million people have now signed up to a Facebook group encouraging people to descend on in Nevada to uncover any potential alien secrets. The Facebook group in question is called “Storm Area 51, They Can’t Stop All of Us”, which states: “We will all meet up at the Area 51 Alien Center tourist attraction and coordinate our entry. If we naruto run, we can move faster than their bullets. Let’s see them aliens.” The event is set to take place on September 20, but if previous attempts are anything to go by, the public should steer well clear of the military base.

On January 28, an unnamed man drove through a security checkpoint at Mercury, some 70 miles north of Las Vegas, as he attempted to get into Area 51.

A car chase quickly ensued for eight miles, when the suspect exited his car and approached Nevada National Security Site (NNSS) officers with a “cylindrical object” in hand, according to an NNSS statement.

The man failed to adhere to officers’ requests to stop, and was promptly shot dead at the scene.

The incident should be a stark warning to those planning on rushing Area 51, with US Air Force personnel warning that necessary force will be taken.

Air Force spokeswoman Laura McAndrews said: “Area 51 is an open training range for the US Air Force, and we would discourage anyone from trying to come into the area where we train American armed forces.

“The US Air Force always stands ready to protect America and its assets”.

However, organisers of the page have insisted the event is a joke, and have no plans on storming Area 51.

Facebook user Jackson Barnes wrote in the discussion page: “Hello US government, this is a joke, and I do not actually intend to go ahead with this plan.

“I just thought it would be funny and get me some thumbsy uppies on the Internet. I’m not responsible if people decide to actually storm area 51.”

Area 51 has been used by American aviation authorities since 1955 and is closed off to those without top-level security clearance.

However, the US government did not even admit the base existed until 2013, in a series of documents released as part of a Freedom of Information request, and it is heavily protected by armed guards.

Area 51: Threat to life for alien hunters wanting to storm base- Army issues stern warning

A staggering ONE MILLION people have now joined a Facebook group encouraging people to descend on to uncover any potential alien secrets. Area 51 has long been thought of by conspiracy theorists as a place where the US government is hiding intel on alien activity, and it all began when an apparent weather balloon crashed into the nearby town of Roswell in 1947. Many believed the weather balloon – the official stance by US authorities – was actually an extraterrestrial UFO, and the US government has been keeping alien secrets ever since.

Now however, the public is demanding answers and one million people and counting have signed up to a Facebook event called “Storm Area 51, They Can’t Stop All of Us”.

The sheer amount of people who have signed up to the event has caused the US army some concern, forcing them to issue a statement.

The base is heavily guarded, and is surrounded by signs which state ‘Use of Deadly Force is AUTHORIZED’.

Air Force spokesperson Laura McAndrews warned people to stay away in a strongly worded statement.

Ms Andrews said: “Area 51 is an open training range for the US Air Force, and we would discourage anyone from trying to come into the area where we train American armed forces.

“The US Air Force always stands ready to protect America and its assets”.

According to a description of the Facebook group, attendees will meet nearby and storm the top secret base on September 20.

The description reads: “We will all meet up at the Area 51 Center tourist attraction and coordinate our entry. If we naruto run, we can move faster than their bullets. Let’s see them aliens.”

Naruto is a reference to a popular Japanese anime character

While the event is obviously tongue-in-cheek, having been created by a group called ‘Sh**posting cause im in shambles’, the US army is taking the event seriously.

Some attendees have also failed to get the joke, warning people that they will be killed.

One Facebook user commented: “Apparently none of ya’ll understand military weapons. Also what makes you think there isn’t a contingency plan for things like this already in place?

“I know this is a joke but if you do actually pull this stunt you are actually either going to be responsible at best for the largest mass incarceration in history and at worst the largest suicide run.”

Another added: “Can someone go Facebook live so when y’all end up in jail or shot, we can see why no one has ever tried this.”

Area 51 has been used by American aviation authorities since 1955 and is closed off to those without top-level security clearance.

However, the US Government did not even admit the base existed until 2013, in a series of documents released as part of a Freedom of Information request, and it is heavily protected by armed guards.

UFO sighting: Strange alien spaceship seen over Rome in clear as day video

An unknowing family was looking out of their window from their home in Rome when they spotted a bright light in the horizon. Suddenly, the light, which is yellowish and perfectly circular, shoots up towards the sky. The family is left baffled by the incident, with people in the background saying in Italian: “What are they?”

The person who films then adds: “Here it is, it’s going up. What’s this stuff? It’s gone.”

The video was picked up by several media outlets in Italy before conspiracy theorists got hold of it.

Several UFO hunters are convinced this is a sign of alien activity in Italy.

Popular YouTube channel UFOMania said: “A luminous sphere was spotted and recorded with a mobile phone by a family living in the area of ​​Villa Chigi in Rome.”

Many people who commented on UFOMania’s video were absolutely convinced that the sighting is extraterrestrial.

YouTuber EVA UFO commented: “It is a plasma drone. It’s got to be alien technology or something else, just understand that they are taking pictures of our landscape and maybe compared them to the old times.”

One person, COVER UFO MAGAZINE, believes the sighting could have been an alien abduction.

They commented: “Did we just witness an alien abduction? This is exactly how the several spheres we saw over a busy interstate outside Albany NY took off. This looks real to me.”

However, others were not so convinced by the video’s authenticity, and believe the sighting could have been of something which has a more logical explanation.

Michael Bryant wrote: “Obviously a kite.”

YouTuber Stuart Walker questioned whether the video was a complete fake.

He wrote: “They find something so interesting they need to film it and zoom in but then they just get a little fed up and stop. Anybody who has been to Rome or checked on maps will know how heavily populated it is and everybody would have seen it.”

Lunar eclipse pregnancy precautions: Can a pregnant woman sleep during an eclipse?

Tomorrow’s lunar eclipse will peak tomorrow when the Full Buck illuminates the night sky around most of the world. US space agency NASA has calculated the partial eclipse will peak at 10.30pm BST, when our celestial orb lines-up with the shadow projected by our planet. But although the science surrounding eclipses is extremely solid, some myths amazingly persist.

There is absolutely no scientific rationale behind the myth linking insomnia with lunar eclipses.

Aztecs believed a lunar eclipse was a consequence of a bite being taken out of the Moon.

This idea reportedly translated into the Mexican superstition that if a pregnant woman viewed an eclipse of the Moon, a bite would be taken out of her unborn child’s face.

And even Hindu text credits the eclipse to the head of the demon dubbed Rahu, who devoured the Moon or Sun.

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Other popular eclipse superstitions:

Stay indoors during the eclipse: It has long been believed pregnant women who are in the presence of the eclipse could cause their baby to have facial deformities or birth marks.

But again – there not a single rational reason why pregnant women shouldn’t stay indoors during an eclipse.

Don’t wear metal. Pregnant women should avoid wearing hair pins some astrology sites continue to advise.

These superstitions cause undue concern by claiming these might can trigger facial birth defects.

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However another popular myth urges expectant mothers to wear metal, and red underwear.

Mexican superstitions say wearing a safety pin, or rather more worryingly, a knife close to her belly, in addition to red underwear, offers protection against their baby being born with a cleft palette.

But while the cause of a cleft palate remains a mystery, there has, of course, been no proven links to eclipses during pregnancy.

Indian astrologers also urge pregnant women to avoid use sharp implants to slice fruit and vegetables.

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They warn this can cause the unborn baby to develop other cleft organ.

Obstetricians gynaecologists believe some pregnant in Pakistan might be told warned to lie straight to prevent a baby from developing crooked joints.

However Dr Shafia Bhutto told St. Louis Post Dispatch: “There is nothing that will happen to your unborn baby during an eclipse because they are in your uterus.”

And in in India, meanwhile, some expectant mothers are even urged to bath before and after the eclipse and partake in other religious routines to ward off bad omens associated with the eclipse.