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Unfit To Fly: Andreas Lubitz By Pamela Lillian Valemont
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Declared unfit to fly, Andreas Lubitz' doctor did not notify authorities. The co-pilot tore up the sick note and reported for work. Then he locked the pilot out of the cabin, and drove the plane at... More > 700mph into the alps, killing himself and 149 others aboard instantly. What evil possessed him to do such an horrific thing? Men, women and little children forced to accompany him on his suicide mission?! For five whole torturous minutes the passengers aboard Flight 9525 screamed in terror as the plane went down. Why did he do it? Those were the questions on everyone's lips when Andreas Lubitz drove the Germanwings A320 Airbus he was co-piloting into the France Alps. The plane hit with such force that bodies, shattered into pieces and scattered over the craggy terrain, made recovery enormously hazardous. DNA was used to piece together bodies for relatives to claim. This forensic numerological criminal profile of Andreas Gunter Lubitz gives an insight into the man who committed this Kamikaze carnage.< Less
A Mormon Murder - Jodi Arias and the Killing of Travis Alexander By Pamela Lillian Valemont
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The tragedy of Jodi Arias and Travis Alexander captured the imagination and riveted attention of viewers around the world. When the murder trial of beautiful Jodi Arias was televised and beamed... More > internationally into foreign homes, the tragic story that unfolded of this fatally stricken young Mormon union is not something that history will quickly forget, nor will the cries from Arias supporters who believe her to have been over sentenced, be easily silenced. Despite changing the name to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in 1838, the killing of handsome Travis Alexander smacked and reverberated with similarity to the murders of atonement committed in those early times, a fact not overlooked by those familiar with the historic origins of the Mormon Church. Yet this similarity was never raised in court by either defense or prosecution. Since her conviction for murder in the first degree, Jodi Arias is serving out a natural life sentence at Perryville Prison, handed down by Judge Sherry Stephens.< Less
A Mormon Murder - Jodi Arias and the Killing of Travis Alexander By Pamela Lillian Valemont
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The trial of the beautiful Jodi Arias captured the imagination and riveted attention of viewers around the world when her trial for the murder of her handsome lover Travis Alexander was televised and... More > beamed internationally. The tragic story that unfolded of this fatally stricken young Mormon union is not something that history will quickly forget. Nor will the cries from a chorus of Arias supporters who believe her to have been over sentenced, be easily stemmed. Despite the official changing of the name of the Mormon Church to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints way back in 1838, the killing of Travis smacked with reverberation of the murders of atonement committed in those early times. Its similarity of type cannot help but be noticed globally by those familiar with the historic origins of the church. The eerie similarity of Travis’ killing to an historic, Mormon blood atonement or oath of vengeance ritual was never raised or questioned during the trial by either the prosecution or the defense.< Less
Unfit to Fly: Andreas Lubitz By Pamela Lillian Valemont
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What if I told you that, as a professional numerologist with research spanning more than 35 years, I have found that the very numerical attributes which made Andreas Lubitz yearn from childhood to... More > fly an aeroplane, equipped him with the intellectual ability to study and learn complex aeronautical skills and finally earn his commercial pilot’s licence, were inextricably bound to his depressive illness? What if a genetic profile had revealed his potential not only for having a major depressive episode, but also a detached retina? What if a simple operation could have prevented his having a retinal tear that effectively destroyed his career as an aviator? Would any or all of this have prevented the tragedy? We will never know, because none of the above ever happened. What did happen, was one of the worst commercial so-called "aircraft assisted" suicides in history. If we never seek to find the answers it could happen again, and it assuredly will. The answers may already have been found here in this book.< Less