There has still been no sign of the missing Malaysia Airplane, flight number MH370, and while the
underwater search continues in the ocean off the coast of Western Australia, several psychics have
put forward their own theories about what might have happened to the plane.
Many people are sceptical about the ability of psychics to help out in investigations such as this, but
given the fact that there has been no sign whatsoever of what happened to the flight that left Kuala
Lumpur headed for Beijing on 8 March, this has meant that more and more channels of investigation
are now being used.
Officials have concluded through analysing satellite data that the flight ended
somewhere in the sea north-west of Perth, Australia, but the search for the plane is ongoing.
Psychics’ theories are beginning to be taken more seriously as there is now some scientific evidence
that proves the validity of psychic powers such as clairvoyance and psychokinesis. Read more about
the science and theories behind psychics at theCircle.com.
The TV personality and psychic Uri Geller has been using remote viewing to help try and establish
what happened during the flight. Remote viewing is when extra-sensory perception is used to seek
a distant or unseen target. Geller even tweeted to ask his Twitter followers to help him, asking them
to try and ‘see’ where they thought the plane went down. His own theory is that the pilot is key to
the reason why the plane went missing. He senses that the pilot was forced to divert the plane by
someone or something, or decided to do so himself. However, Geller has emphasised that this is his
Meanwhile a psychic in Michigan called Kristy Robinett has detailed the vision she had around the
plane’s disappearance. She had a series of flash visions that told her that the plane’s disappearance
was deliberate and planned, that it wasn’t a suicide mission and that they had a place to land and
a crew on the ground to help them. She suggested that the plane is in a mountainous region with a
jungle-like landscape and that it was somewhere hot and humid with clear water near to it. Robinett
also suggested that several governments know more than the public is being told.
CNN’s sister channel HLN invited a psychic called Lisa Williams onto the programme to give her
theories on the missing plane’s whereabouts on 21 March. Williams said that through psychic
powers she had the impression that some of the passengers on board flight MH370 are still alive,
but are being held in a secret location. She said that she thought the plane had crashed, in an
area where there were lots of trees and that the debris theory in the ocean was a deliberate
decoy designed to lead the public off track. At the time, she said she believed that the plane’s
disappearance would be resolved in the next three weeks – that time has now come and gone.
Until the wreckage of the missing plane has been found, there will undoubtedly be more theories
about where the plane is. For the vast majority of the world’s population it is a strange and
interesting mystery, but of course, for the relatives and friends of those passengers and crew on
board it is a harrowing and unbearable time while they wait to discover what happened to their