Arise, O Lord, let not man prevail.....
GRADUAL Ps. 9:10-11, 19-20. You are a helper to those in need, in time of distress. Let those who know You trust in You, O Lord, for You do not forsake those who seek You. For the needy shall not always be forgotten, nor shall the patience of the poor forever perish. Arise, O Lord, let not man prevail.
Southwest Airlines suddenly grounds 34 planes in its fleet
Southwest Airlines had to abruptly ground 34 Boeing 737-700 aircraft on Thanksgiving Eve when the low-fare behemoth discovered that the maintenance paperwork related to the grounded planes was not in compliance with Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) safety directives. Per an FAA mandate, Southwest was required to do immediate detailed visual inspections of the 34 grounded aircraft. A Southwest spokesperson said the carrier voluntarily followed the FAA mandate. According to a source in Southwest’s maintenance department close to developments, the detailed visual inspections perform…
The darksome atmosphere is as a prison to the demons until the judgment day. They carry fire of hell with them wherever they go. The devils besought the Lord not to cast them into the abyss; for they asked for this, deeming it to be a punishment for them to be cast out of a place where they could injure men. Hence it is stated,They besought Him that He would not expel them out of the country. St Thomas Aquinas
In the year 1864, Lucifer together with a large number of demons will be unloosed from hell Our Lady of La Salette 19 Sept. 1846 (Published by Mélanie 1879)
The demons of the air together with the Antichrist will perform great wonders on earth and in the atmosphere, and men will become more and more perverted. Our Lady of La Salette 19 Sept. 1846 (Published by Mélanie 1879)
For the time has come when the most astonishing wonders will take place on the earth and in the air. Our Lady of La Salette 19 Sept. 1846 (Published by Mélanie 1879)
Our wrestling is not against f…
ALERT One of the three runways closed at Moscow Sheremetyevo Airport after a man was killed by Aeroflot Boeing 737
A man was killed on the runway at Moscow’s largest airport when he was hit by a plane that was taking off, Russian investigators said Wednesday.
Russian news agencies quoted sources as saying the man was on a stopover in Moscow and had earlier picked a fight on board his flight from Spain.
The 25-year-old somehow ended up on the runway where “a Boeing 737 plane inflicted deadly injuries on him during takeoff,” the Russian Investigative Committee said on Twitter.
The incident occurred in Sheremetyevo airport at around 8pm on Tuesday as the plane was taking off on a flight to Athens. The head of Russia’s aviation watchdog Alexander Neradko told Russian agencies that the plane was operated by Russian flagship carrier Aeroflot. Investigators said in a video posted on Twitter that they found down from the man’s coat and a shoelace among the fragments scattered on the runw…
The International Space Station is infested with mysterious and potentially dangerous space bugs
Scientists have discovered a thriving ecosystem of ‘infectious organisms’ aboard the International Space Station. A Nasa team found five different varieties of Enterobacter, which are similar to bugs found in hospitals down here on Earth. The toilet of the orbiting space base was one of the main sites of infection along with the exercise area. Researchers calculated that there is a ‘79% probability that they may potentially cause disease’, although analysis has only been carried out on dead samples at this stage so this risk could prove to be higher or lower following further research. Source
Aerolineas Argentinas Airbus A340-300 was damaged by the boom of fire engine during water salute in honor of a pilot retirement
Aerolineas Argentinas plane received winglet damage when it struck the boom of a water spraying fire engine.
The water salute of the Airbus A340-300 (reg. LV-FPU) was in honor of a pilot retirement. The aircraft was it taxiing after landing at Buenos Aires-Ezeiza Intl AP (SAEZ), Argentina on flight on flight #AR1133 from Madrid. Source
Delta Boeing 767-300 #DL248 right engine was hit by a pelican immediately after take-off from Salt Lake City
Delta Air Lines Boeing flight #DL248 returned to Salt Lake City due to birdstrike.
Delta Air Lines Boeing 767-300 (reg. N152DL) experienced a birdstrike immediately after take-off from Salt Lake City on November 17th. The right engine was hit by a pelican. The flight to to Paris CDG with 223 pax on board. The pilots leveled off at 6,000 ft and returned to land safely 13 min later.
The flight landed safely and returned to the gate, where customers deplaned normally. Source
ALERT Ryanair Boeing 737-800 was damaged on the ground at Madrid Airport (video)
A Ryanair aircraft was damaged at Shannon Airport during the week end.
The Boeing 737-800 (reg. EI-FON) was flying from Rome to Madrid on Saturday November 17th during the night.The fuselage was struck by an airbridge at the rear of the plane on Saturday.
The aircraft suffered substantial damage and needs to get repair before resuming commercial service.
The plane is only almost 3 years old. Source
United Flight #UA1941 veered off taxiway at Denver International Airport
United Flight 1941 partially slid off the taxiway around 6:40 Saturday night.
United #UA1941 from Tucson landed on runway 35L at Denver-Intl Airport. The Boeing 737-800 (reg. N87507) veered off taxiway ending up halfway in snow.
An airline official said there were 85 passengers and six crew members onboard.
After being bused to the terminal, some passengers said they had to wait several hours for their luggage. Source
Southwest Airlines Boeing 737-800 flight #WN1486 stabilizer damaged during takeoff
Southwest flight #WN1486 experienced birdstrike minutes after take-off from Pittsburgh-Intl Airport (KPIT).
Southwest Airlines Boeing 737-800 (reg. N8509U) from Pittsburgh to Ft. Myers was damaged on takeoff due to birdstrike with a goose to the stabilizer.Pilots quickly decided to return to Pittsburgh. Source
An Air New Zealand Boeing 777-300 has been hit by another plane on the ground at Los Angeles International Airport
The pBoeing 777-300 was parked on the gate and ready for boarding when its horizontal stabiliser was clipped by an aircraft from another airline.
The plane’s scheduled flight NZ5 from Los Angeles to Auckland this evening (12 November local time) had to be cancelled.
Engineers were travelling to Los Angeles and a replacement part had been located.
However, it would need to be transported to Los Angeles to be fitted to the aircraft and it was likely to take several days to complete the repair, Air NZ said. Source
Southwest Boeing 737-800 clipped wing of WOW Air Airbus A321neo at Saint Louis-Lambert International Airport
A Southwest flight from Kansas City clipped the wing of another flight after landing Thursday afternoon in St. Louis.
The Southwest flight #WN2095from Kansas City was coming into the terminal when it clipped the winglet of a WOW air Airbus A321neo.
The WOW Air flight #WW168 that was preparing for departure to Reykjavik-Keflavik Airport.
No one on either plane was hurt.
Statement from Southwest Airlines:
“Initial reports indicate that a winglet (outer tip of the wing) of a Southwest aircraft contacted the winglet of another aircraft while taxiing into a gate at STL upon arrival from MCI. The Southwest aircraft was taken out of service for inspections. There were no injuries, and the outbound flight is operating utilizing a different aircraft and departed about 1 hour and 20 minutes behind schedule. We thank our customers for their patience.” Source
Nose gear of PAL Airlines Dash 8-300 collapsed during landing at Stephenville airport
The nose gear of PAL Airlines Bombardier Dash 8-300 operated by regional Canadian carrier collapsed during landing at Stephenville airport.
PAL Airlines flight 1922, a Dash 8 aircraft, en route to Deer Lake – with 47 passengers and four crew onboard – had an indication of a potential nose landing gear issue.
The crew followed prescribed procedures including a flyby of the Deer Lake control tower for a visual indication of the nose gear position.
With adverse weather in Deer Lake, the Dash 8-300 has (reg. C-FPAE) proceeded to Stephenville for landing as the nose gear could not be confirmed as locked.Stephenville Airport rescue vehicles met the aircraft on landing. The aircraft landed without the nose gear locked in position and came to a stop on the runway.
There were no injuries to passengers or crew. Passengers were transported to the terminal via ground vehicles. Source
Passengers stranded in Siberia for 3 days after Air France #AF116 diverted to Irkutsk and replacement Boeing 777-300 could not take off
Passengers of an Air France flight from Paris to Shanghai had to encounter the legendary Siberian cold when their plane made an emergency landing in Irkutsk on Sunday.
Having spent the night in Irkutsk, the stranded passengers were expecting to complete their journey the next day when a replacement plane arrived.
But the second Boeing 777-300 could not take off due to technical difficulties, much to the ire of the already boarded travellers. Having no Russian visas, they are consistently accompanied by police and are not allowed to leave hotel premises.
A third Air France plane headed to Siberia and the passengers finally left Irkutsk on a third Air France plane on Wednesday morning, the state-run RIA Novosti news agency reported. Source
ALERT British Airways Boeing 777-200 flight #BA93 damaged at Toronto Pearson Airport
British Airways flight #BA93 suffered fuselage damage.
According to Tom Podolec, the Boeing 777-200 (reg. G-YMMT) was struck by the gate on it’s arrival in Toronto Pearson Airport. Source
ROME - According to Brother Guy Consolmagno, the Jesuit research astronomer who runs the Vatican’s observatory, global interest in outer space is increasing at astronomical proportions, from mineral harvesting off asteroids, to militarizing the zone and developing artificial intelligence for research.
With the space race taking off internationally, there is a need for clearer parameters to be set for conduct, making space “the next frontier of law,” Consolmagno said.
Noting how 2017 marked the 50th anniversary of the United Nations 1967 “Outer Space Treaty” on governing the activities of states in outer space, including the moon and other “celestial bodies,” Consolmagno said the treaty was followed by a major discussion on the “peaceful uses of space.” Source
St Thomas On The Habitat Of Demons....
1. Question 64. The punishment of the demons Whether our atmosphere is the demons' place of punishment?
St Thomas On The 29,050 ft Boundary That Men Are Not Allowed To Pass Over:
Boy, 4, died on flight #WY672 despite emergency landing in Abu Dhabi
The body of a boy, 4, has been repatriated to India on an Etihad flight after he died on board a flight from Saudi Arabia. The flight had to make an emergency landing in Abu Dhabi on Monday after the boy, Yahya Puthiyapurayil, suffered an epileptic seizure.The seizure happened 45 minutes after the Oman Air flight took off from Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. M. Rajamurugan, a consular at the Indian embassy in Abu Dhabi, said Yahya’s body was repatriated on an Etihad flight on Tuesday. Yahya’s burial then took place in the afternoon. Source
Dying in the Habitat of Demons of the Darksome Atmosphere:
Summa Th. I EN Qu.64 a.4 Article: 4 Whether our atmosphere is the demons' place of punishment? Objection: 1. It would seem that this atmosphere is not the demons' place of punishment. For a demon is a spiritual nature. But a spiritual nature is not affected by place. Therefore there is no place of punishment for demons. 2. Fur…
New footage shows Air Astana Embraer almost skidded off runway during emergency landing at Beja air base
New footage from Portugal Air Force shows Air Astana flight emergency landing at Beja air base.
On Sunday,Air Astana #KC1388 declared an emergency general emergency after reporting flight control problems to Air Traffic Control.
According to ATC, during the first 30 minutes of the pilots attempted to reach the sea for a ditching.At 15.26 UTC the aircraft landed at the airport of Beja air base, about 180 kilometres (90 miles) southeast of Lisbon. The footage shows the Embraer landed on the right side of the runway. Source
Serious incident at Shanghai PVG as Delta A350 was forced to abort takeoff at high speed after JAL B787 entered runway (video)
Delta pilots avoided what could otherwise have been a catastrophic incident when they aborted takeoff after spotting a Japan Airlines aircraft entering the runway at the Pudong International Airport in Shanghai.
Delta flight #DL582, an Airbus 350, scheduled to fly from Shanghai to Detroit, was forced to abort takeoff around noon due to Japan Airlines Boeing 787-9 crossing the end of runway.
After landing on runway 34R, the JAL flight #JL873 from Tokyo Narita turned left to vacate the runway but crossed end of runway 34L during the Delta flight takeoff. The Airbus A350-900 (reg. N501DN) had to reject takeoff at high speed. Fire services had to cool the hot brakes before the aircraft was able to taxi again. The tires of the jet were later replaced.
An industry insider, who claimed anonymity, said the air traffic controller had ordered the Japan Airlines’ airc…
NASA wants people on Mars within 25 years
Deadly radiation from the cosmos, potential vision loss, and atrophying bones are just some of the challenges scientists must overcome before any future astronaut can set foot on Mars, experts and top NASA officials said Tuesday.
The US space agency believes it can put humans on the Red Planet within 25 years, but the technological and medical hurdles are immense.
"The cost of solving those means that under current budgets, or slightly expanded budgets, it's going to take about 25 years to solve those," said former NASA astronaut Tom Jones, who flew on four space shuttle missions before retiring in 2001.
"We need to get started now on certain key technologies," he told reporters in Washington.
At an average distance of about 140 million miles (225 million kilometers), Mars poses scientific problems an order of magnitude greater than anything encountered by the Apollo lunar missions. Source
Two Planes Flying in Habitat of Demons of the Darksome Atmosphere or a cruising altitude of 30,000ft. saw something.....
ALERT Irish Aviation Authority is investigating after #BA94 and #VS76 pilots reported UFO off Irish coast (video with ATC)
The Irish Aviation Authority is investigating UFO sightings reported by a number of planes over Ireland. On November 9 at around 7:40 UTC, the pilot of a British Airways flight #BA94 from Montreal contacted Shannon Air Traffic Control (ATC) to ask if there were military exercises taking place in the airspace through which her Boeing 787 was passing. Shannon ATC replied: “There is nothing showing on either primary or secondary [radar].” The pilot responded: “OK. It was moving so fast.” The controller then asked: “Alongside you?” The BA pilot, flying from Montreal to Heathrow, describes how the UFO came up along the left-hand side of the aircraft, “then rapidly veered to the north”. She said it was “a very bright light” that “disappeared at …
EMERGENCY Air Astana Embraer 190 out of Lisbon considered to ditch in the sea due to ‘uncontrollable aircraft’
An Air Astana #KC1388 plane with six crew on board declared an emergency over Portugal on Sunday after experiencing serious flight control problems.
The Embraer 190 (reg. P4-KCJ) was in Portugal for maintenance work (a C-check) and took off around 14.30 UTC from an airfield at Alverca, about 30 kilometres (18 miles) northwest of the capital Lisbon.
Air Astana #KC1388 declared an emergency general emergency after reporting flight control problems to Air Traffic Control.
Two Portuguese Air Force F-16s were scrambled to accompany the plane while authorities initially evaluated how to handle the emergency.
According to ATC, during the first 30 minutes of the flight pilots attempted to reach the sea for a ditching.
At 15.26 UTC the aircraft safety landed at the airport of Beja air base, about 180 kilometres (90 miles) southeast of Lisbon.
He said nobody was hurt in the inci…
Another DOOM event involving a Bus: PlanesTrains Automobiles i.e. Bus 08 NOVEMBER 201847 DEAD AS TWO BUSES COLLIDE IN ZIMBABWEHARARE, ZIMBABWE: Forty-seven people were killed in Zimbabwe Wednesday when two buses collided on a road between the capital Harare and the eastern town of Rusape, police told AFP. "We confirm 47 people have died in a road traffic accident at the 166-kilometre peg along the Harare-Mutare highway," police spokesman Paul Nyathi said. On Twitter, the state-run Herald newspaper said pictures from the scene were too graphic to post. The paper said the morgue at the local public hospital in Rusape had run out of space and sought help from a private funeral parlour to take in some of the corpses. Traffic accidents are common in Zimbabwe, where roads are riddled with potholes due to years of underfunding and neglect, but the highway where the accident occurred had been recently resurfaced. Source
28 OCTOBER 2018 FOOTAGE FROM INSIDE Chongqing BUS PLUN…
Fly Jamaica Boeing 757-200 flight #OJ256 crash-lands at Cheddi Jagan International Airport, Guyana
Fly Jamaica flight #OJ256 from Georgetown to Toronto returned to Georgetown due to technical difficulties.
The aircraft overran the end of the runway and crossed through the airport perimeter fence after landing.
Six persons were injured and rushed to Diamond Regional Hospital. “They are all stable and are being looked at,” Minister of Public Infrastructure, David Patterson said. After several minutes in the air, the flight destined for Canada, turned back due to technical difficulties and crash-landed.
Flight departed Guyana at 2:10 AM and at 2:21 minutes, pilot indicated “there was some hydraulic problem and he requested permission to return and he did”, the minister said.
On landing at 2:53 AM, the emergency services were activated and since then an investigator from the Guyana Civil Aviation Authority has taken responsibility for the crash site. The Public Infrastructure Minister sa…
Indonesian plane grounded after passengers complain about stinky durian
An Indonesian plane was temporarily grounded after passengers complained about an overwhelming smell of durian in the cabin.
Around two tonnes of durian, the world's stinkiest fruit, was in the cargo hold of the Sriwijaya Air flight, bound for Jakarta from Bengkulu.
Passengers demanded that the fruit be removed, with some almost coming to blows with crew members.
The airline eventually relented and unloaded sacks of the durian fruit.
The flight eventually took off around 11:40am local time (04:40 GMT), an hour later than scheduled. Source
A Boeing 747-400F cargo went off the end of runway 14 at Halifax Airport
Emergency Operations Centre (EOC) has been activated in response to an aircraft that went off the end of runway 14 in the morning.
Halifax Stanfield International Airport now says there were only 4 people on board the SkyLease cargo aircraft involved in this morning’s incident, not 5 as previously reported by authorities. They were taken to hospital to be treated for minor injuries. Source
Heathrow Airport in London was shut down after runway light failures.
London Heathrow runways were closed due to ground lighting control fault, no selectable taxiway routes were available. Guard bars for both runway 09R/27L and 09L/27R were also unavailable.
Passengers at several locations including New York, New Orleans, Miami and Boston told that their planes en route to London were stuck on the tarmac on Tuesday evening. Planes were hold at origin airports. British Airways flight #BA116 from JFK was already on the runway before crew members were told to take the plane back to the gate.
Other passengers told that they were escorted off of their flights and were forced to wait inside the airport terminal until their status was updated.
A Heathrow spokesperson provided an update early Wednesday morning (London time), claiming: “Our engineering teams are investigating a technical issue with the lighting system for the airport’s runways.
“We are working to resolve the issue as quic…
A surgeon has described the tense atmosphere in an operating theatre as a pioneering robotic heart operation went catastrophically wrong.
At one point one of the assisting medics had his arms knocked by the robot which was being used to repair retired music teacher and conductor Stephen Pettitt's heart valve, an inquest was told.
Communication between lead surgeon Sukumaran Nair and his assisting surgeon Thasee Pillay was difficult because of the 'tinny' sound quality coming from the robot console being operated by Nair. Mr Pillay told how he had to raise his voice as the robot knocked one of the theatre assistants and when he realised that stitches in 69-year-old Mr Pettitt's heart were not being placed in 'an organised fashion.' Source
'I was literally in it': Man sits in feces on Delta flight
Delta has apologized after a Michigan man sat in feces left behind by a service dog last week.
Bay City resident Matthew Meehan had already sat down on his flight from Atlanta to Miami on Nov. 1 when he realized that feces was all over his seat and the surrounding floor, he told news outlets.
"I was literally in it," he said.
Meehan said he asked flight attendants for help cleaning up, but they only provided two paper towels and a small bottle of Bombay Sapphire gin.
He cleaned himself and the seat as best he could. When he spoke to a manager, he said, she was dismissive and asked what his problem was.
"I had to step back for a moment and say, alright, keep your composure. You do not want to be one of these people you see on the news getting kicked off a plane. Meanwhile, I’m covered in feces,” Meehan told Detroit's WXYZ. Source
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2 dead after Amazon building partially collapses in Baltimore
(CNN)Two people have died in a partial building collapse at an Amazon Fulfillment Center in southeast Baltimore, officials said Saturday.
Baltimore Fire Department spokesman Chief Roman Clark said thermal imaging equipment was being used to determine if anyone else may be trapped inside. One of those found dead was an adult male.
Brandon McBride, an employee who was working in the building at the time, described the chaos to CNN affiliate WBAL when the building collapsed.
"I was standing inside the building and me and one of the facilities dudes were talking, and I went to the left side of the building and he went to the right, and all of a sudden, we just heard these loud noises. The power shut off. It was just crazy inside," McBride told the station. "It just sounded like bombs were dropping everywhere. The whole side (of the building) was just dropping."
Severe weather came through the area Friday n…
The first was like a lioness, and had the wings of an eagle: I beheld till her wings were plucked off, and she was lifted up from the earth, and stood upon her feet as a man, and the heart of a man was given to her. DANIEL'S FIRST BEAST IS LIONESS WITH WINGS OF AN EAGLE = THE AIRLINE AND SPACE INDUSTRIES
Holy See addresses UN on outer space
The arms race in and the peaceful use of outer space were the topics of two recent interventions made by the Holy See at the United Nations.
The UN is hosting ongoing debates on the arms race in outer space and the peaceful use of outer space between 17 and 31 October. The Holy See’s Permanent Observer to the UN, Archbishop Bernardito Auza, addressed these two recent issues, presenting the position of the Holy See. Preventing arms race in outer space
Regarding the prevention of the arms race in outer space, Archbishop Auza contextualized his remarks within the current general practice of replacing nuclear weapons systems and the principles embo…