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On May 4, 2002, the Zetas predicted increasing aircraft problems with Microbursts as well as magnetic instruments and GPS guidance systems.

Weather irregularities will continue in the manner we have described since 1995, with increasing swings and extremes. In that weather irregularities are smoothed, by nature, by increased atmospheric activity or ocean currents, temperature extremes will not occur. Rather, oscillating extremes, similar to what the world has already experienced, will occur. Sudden shift to cold weather, sudden unseasonably warm weather, and the like. Atmospheric disturbances, beyond those usually encountered and thus watched for by pilots, are occurring. Even prior to the year before the shift, what is called micro-bursts were being increasingly reported and downed planes blamed on this. If the weather is moving to extremes, this equates to hotter air masses, colder drafts, and sudden wind equalizing these air masses. Beyond these problems, airplanes use satellites to guide them, magnetic orientation to guide them, and these likewise will either fail on occasion or given invalid readings.
ZetaTalk: 2002 Quickening, written May 4, 2002

Small plane crashes were on the increase by Oct 25, 2004, and by Aug 24, 2005, a record number of large airliners were going down suddenly, either due to bad weather or inexplicably due to unexplained decompression at high altitudes.

Plane Crash in Peru Kills 41
AP News, Aug 24, 2005

A Peruvian airliner split in two after an emergency landing during a fierce storm, killing at least 41 people. It was the world's fifth major airline accident this month. The crash was the world's fifth airliner accident this month. Last week, 152 people died when a Colombian-registered West Caribbean charter went down in Venezuela. Two days earlier, 121 people died when a Cyprus-registered Helios Airways Boeing plunged into the mountains north of Athens. Sixteen people were believed to have died Aug. 6 when a plane operated by Tunisia's Tuninter crashed off Sicily. In Toronto, all 309 people survived aboard an Air France Airbus A340 that overshot the runway on Aug. 2.

Signs of the Times #1215
Virginia Crews recover all 10 bodies at Hendrick crash site [Oct 25] '10 people killed in the crash of a Hendrick Motorsports plane that was carrying family and friends of one of NASCAR's top syndicates. Investigators will try to piece together what happened from the wreckage, radar data and communications between the pilot and the airport.’ [and from another] Small Planes Crash in Missouri [Oct 26] ‘A small private plane crashed while approaching the airport here, killing two of three people aboard. The cause was not known.’ [and from another] Marion, WI [Oct 26] ‘A small airplane crashed in the woods in the central Wisconsin town of Marion.’ [and from another] Pilot dead in Leominster plane crash [Oct 27] ‘Plane crashed into a shop shortly after it took off from Fitchburg Municipal Airport.’ [and from another] Arlington Hts. Pilot not hurt in Crash [Oct 27] ‘Engine trouble at about 1,600 feet in the air.’ [and from another] Investigators examining cockpit voice recorder San Diego area crash [Oct 24] ‘Federal Aviation Administration are trying to determine what caused the jet to crash into the mountain shortly taking off from Brown Field on Sunday.’ [and from another] Los Alamos Couple Hurt In Utah Plane Crash [Oct 26] ‘Witnesses say visibility was very poor, but investigators still haven´t determined the exact cause of the crash.’ [and from another] Atlanta Students Witness Plane Crash [Oct 27] ‘Most students were still in a state of shock after the plane met its fiery end, moments after it was seen spinning out of control.’ [and from another] Fatal Kansas Plane Crash [Oct 27] ‘The cause of the crash remains under investigation.’ [and from another] Plane crash in Glenwood, SC under investigation [Oct 26] ‘Pilot tried to make a second landing attempt after he flew past the airport.’ [and from another] Small Plane Crash in Aiken County Kills Pilot [Oct 25] ‘Pilot was preparing to land when the plane crashed.’ [and from another] Deadly Plane Crash Still Under Investigation [Oct 25] ‘National Transportation Safety Board investigators were still working Monday to determine what led to a deadly plane crash near the Crawford County town of Chester last week.’ [and from another] 3 killed in Florida air ambulance crash [Oct 20] ‘There was no distress call then and no further communication with the helicopter.’ [Note: this represents 13 small plane crashes within a week that were reported in the news, in the US alone. The worldwide average is less than one a day. Something is up.]