April 1, 2014

UPS Airlines Flight 6 - reason of crash : In-Flight Fire / smoke in the cockpit

 post : Malaysia Airlines Flight 370

reference case 2 : UPS Airlines Flight 6 was a cargo flight operated by UPS Airlines. On September 3, 2010, a Boeing 747-400 flying the route between Dubai International Airport and Cologne Bonn Airport developed an in-flight fire, with the fumes and subsequent crash resulting in the death of the two crewmembers.The aircraft had departed Dubai International earlier, but returned after reporting smoke in the cockpit. It was the first fatal air crash for UPS Airlines.

 Flight 6 departed from Dubai International ( Coordinates 25°15′10″N    055°21′52″E ) at 14:53 UTC ( 18:53 local time) and at 15:15 UTC the crew reported a fire in the cockpit when the aircraft was around 120 nautical miles (220 km) west-northwest of Dubai, and declared an emergency. The pilots were under the control of Bahrain's air traffic control, and they could not initially contact Dubai air traffic control due to a radio failure.Although they were offered a diversion to Doha, Qatar, the pilots returned to Dubai, and were instructed to land on the airport's runway 12L. The aircraft was too high on the approach and passed over the airport before making a tight turn; radar contact was lost shortly thereafter at 15:42 UTC. The aircraft crashed in an unpopulated area between the Emirates Road and Al Ain Highway, ( 25.15725°N    55.34637°E )  barely missing Dubai Silicon Oasis.

 On September 24, 2013, the GCAA released its comprehensive, 322-page report on the crash, which found “with reasonable certainty” that the fire which caused the crash originated in a cargo container which held thousands of lithium batteries...

source : wikipedia : UPS Airlines Flight 6

Tragedy At Dubai

                                                     UPS Airlines Flight 6 natal chart

      Date     |    Orcus    |    Ixion    |   Varuna    |   Haumea    |   Quaoar    |  Makemake   |    Eris     |    Sedna    |
01 Sep 2010  |   1 vi 42    | 14 sa 56    | 22 cn 36    | 16 li  7    | 19 sa 32 Rx | 25 vi 53    | 22 ar  5 Rx | 22 ta 32 Rx |


                                                                  main planetary picture
                                               NE=CH=MO/MA=MA/SA=MA/UR=MA/PL                                               using 16th harmonic aspect series : =ME/UR=AS/MC                                                                                                       MA=NE/AS=NE/MC

                                                    UPS Airlines Flight 6 - 90 degree dial

 the fact that we have an in flight-fire, fumes in the cockpit and a subsequent crash makes this case very suitable for comparison. It is proven that in the USP Airlines Flight 6 case there was not any bad intention by the pilots or  anybody else,  it is crystal clear that it was an accident.
 
the most interesting planetary picture in this flight's take off chart is the NE=MO/MA=MA/SA=MA/UR=MA/PL 

so what is common between the two charts are the midpoints : Neptune=Mars/Uranus and Neptune=Mars/Pluto  

the Malaysia Airlines take off chart for comparison : http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-JJRMwHACXvk/Uy8zSS0CNkI/AAAAAAAAGGU/IQ45ZynBIDI/s1600/ MalaysiaAirFlight370_natal-cosmo-code.png

My opinion is that those midpoints are associated with the use of poisonous gazes or fumes caused by fire.

The big difference between the two charts is the intense involvement of the Midheaven's degree which is easily detected in the Malaysian's plane case. On the other hand the USR airlines flight 6 chart contains the Mars=Neptune/Ascendant=Neptune/Midheaven planetary picture but in terms of strength there is not comparison. The Midheaven/Neptune opposition found in the Malaysian's plane take off chart  is much more powerful and this must signify something very important. If the Midheaven represents the leader of the flight ( pilot)- as I believe- then his role in the the incident (accident ?) was crucial. But again we may simply talk for a fatal mistake while handing a dangerous situation and not for an intentional act of destruction...


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