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    Posted March 21, 2014 by
    sidhillcrest
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    Malaysia Airlines Flight 370

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    Malaysia Flight 370 DREAM THEORY

     

    I had a dream on Wednesday morning (March 19,2014 at 3.30 am South African time) that i was flying over the area of ocean between Malaysia and Vietnam,where Malaysian flight 370 had its last communication.
    In my dream we flew from here in a westerly direction and i could see the land outline of India to my right way down below.A VOICE in my dream said to me "CAMPERDOWN.......CAMPERDOWN....CAMPERDOWN".It was said a few times over and over.The plane then veered away from India in a southerly direction towards the deep Indian ocean.
    There are two Camperdown towns in the southern hemisphere,namely Camperdown in Kwazulu Natal South Africa and Camperdown in the state of Victoria,Australia.
    From my dream,I outlined a TRIANGLE of SEARCH,where the missing plane could possibly be.Refer to the diagram attached.All this information was sent to CNN on March 19,2014 at 10.16 am South African time but i received no response.I have the email to prove it.All was sent South African time.
    Ironically,there was a small aircarft (RAVIN 500) that crashed outside Camperdown on 15 March 2014.
    THIS REPORT WAS E MAILED TO CNN BEFORE THE NEWS BROKE OF THE SEARCH OFF THE AUSTRALIAN WEST COASTLINE .

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