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Tuesday, April 23, 2019

Channelings from the crew of the Challenger disaster 

Channelings from the crew of the Challenger disaster

I just listened to a webinar claiming to present transcripts of the astronauts killed in the Challenger crash a few years ago.  "On January 28, 1986, the NASA shuttle orbiter mission STS-51-L and the tenth flight of Space Shuttle Challenger (OV-99) broke apart 73 seconds into its flight, ..." (from Wikipedia).  All seven astronauts were killed in this disaster.

The presentation, coming from an IANDs group in California, was marred by constant background noise during the presentation.  I found this quite distracting and wonder why, in such a high tech age,
this problem was allowed to continue for so long.  In addition, some of the opening remarks were marred by dysfunctional audio transmission.

However, despite these technical problems, the webinar presented some interesting bits of information.  The astronauts made clear that they did not all die immediately, as the early news report said, but rather drowned when the shuttle fell into the water.  They also asserted that the problems with the o-rings (later confirmed as the cause of the crash) were reported by the engineers well ahead of the launch date, but the authorities in charge decided to go ahead anyway.  The crew stated that the ship carried nuclear devices, as part of the Reagan star wars project, and thus was part of an effort to weaponize space.  They implied that all the publicity and hype that preceded the launch was part of the government effort to cover up the military purpose of the mission.

For more information on this topic, see challengercc.org

The main message that these astronauts wished to convey to humans was that life does not end at "death" but continues forever.

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