An interviewed remote viewing session with the Task: ‘Currently missing airfrance airplane using flight AF 447 / crash cause‘ were done on July 11th, 2009. Viewer was Thorsten.
He began to describe an ‘electronic control system‘, two or three people operating and ‘moving switches‘. It seemed to be an evironment ‘like a boat bridge‘, having ‘windows‘, people ‘observing‘ and ‘operating‘. A combination of ‘people plus technic‘, controlled ‘manually‘.
A target movement five minutes into the future revealed ‘dead things laying around‘ in a wet environment. It looked ‘devastated‘.
The main crash cause came ‘from outside‘, ‘is natural‘ and was ‘too suddenly to react upon it‘. A movement in a sketch showed an object colliding into something wet, like a wall (it is unclear if the viewer describes the impact on the sea or some event in the air).
The last question how that event could be avoided were answered: ‘Withdraw people from event location‘ and ‘People were aware it could happen but disavowed the possibility‘. It all had the feeling of a ‘natural disaster‘.
The full session can be downloaded here:
Airfrance AF447 session by Thorsten (PDF)
July 21st, 2009