Missing Flight MH370

March 8th marks the four year anniversary of the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370. It departed from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and was en route to Beijing, China. There have been many conspiracy theories about what happened from the likely to the absurd (i.e. aliens capturing the flight and transporting to the Moon).

Remote Viewing is a time consuming process, so I never went beyond my initial investigation. I only viewed where MH370 was at the time of my session. It was not scattered over several locations as it would have been if it had crashed or exploded. It was intact on the runway of a bizarrely shaped “island”.


Further investigation lead me across a picture of Diego Garcia, which is an atoll just south of the equator in the central Indian Ocean, and the largest of 60 small islands comprising the Chagos Archipelago. My final session sketch looked almost exactly like Diego Garcia.

Since I never went farther with the RV work, I don’t know why it was flown there. It is fascinating to me that there is a large U.S. military base on the atoll. Apparently, there were also quite a few tech specialists on the flight as well as patent holders of important technology. I don’t have the time to find and cite the sources for the tech data right, but I might later.

I firmly believe that the partial plane wing and other “evidence” that official investigators have found is either from other flights or purposely staged just to bring closure to this investigation.

This is one of those times when I am glad that Remote Viewers are not entirely believed and many people will say I’m just making this up. If everyone knew how reliable RV is there would be laws regulating it and I might have men from the government showing up at my door.

Disbelief can be a protection.

Finding Missing Persons

Missing-Persons-Private-InvestigatorRemote Viewing is the perfect skill to augment the search for missing persons. Considering it utilizes pen and paper sketches and word descriptors, and therefore  produces written notes, is very convenient.

Remote Viewing can produce new leads and new clues for law enforcement to investigate. In the hands of a skilled Viewer, RV can be invaluable. The only circumstances that might be challenging is if the missing person is located in homogeneous terrain with very few landmarks nearby. Or if a deceased missing person’s body is spread across a few different areas. I know, gruesome, but a reality is some cases. A deceased missing person also may have been disposed of by feeding them to animals.

Some Viewers have a stomach for this kind of work and some do not. My desire to give a family closure or maybe even joy, at finding their relative alive, far outweigh any discomfort I might feel conducting a session.

If you need help finding a missing person, contact me today.