Oracle Sterling Sinclair Psychic Auracature Art: Germanwings Airbus 320 Flight 4U 9525 Crash Image Drawn on the Day of the Crash Still Bothers ME… Who is the 3rd Person? March 28, 2015
Oracle Sterling Sinclair Psychic Auracature Art:
Germanwings Airbus 320 Flight 4U 9525 Crash
Image Drawn on the Day of the Crash Still Bothers ME…
Who is the 3rd Person?
March 28, 2015
Auracatures are frustrating sometimes.
They are almost always right. We just have to wait till evidence matches them for them to make sense to us.
They see through a veil of fog in such a way that leaves us questioning what is going on and what don’t we know.
The first Auracature I recorded was on the day of the crash.
There was no voice record found or played as of yet.
The massive search had not even begun.
In the image you will notice,
A person outside the cockpit by the door.
A slumped person in a pilot’s chair.
And behind the pilot’s chair, another mysterious person that looks like his/her head is backward.
When the voice record was heard, it illustrated a person claiming to be the pilot trying to smash down the cockpit door and an unresponsive person in the cockpit breathing steadily with no apparent heat rate increase or medical stress.
When I read this, I went back to my Auracature and the third person stood out because there has not been any mention of a third person – especially not a second person being in the cockpit.
So who is the third person?
Is the person in the pilot’s seat not even the co-pilot?
What do you think?
This image really bothers me.
It is a mystery.
The writings on the image were thoughts that came to mind because the vision of the event did not and still does not illustrate a rogue suicidal co-pilot purposely driving his plane into a mountain and killing everyone.
Secrets and cover-ups flood the visions.
But who is the third person and was it truly the pilot trying to get into the cockpit?
Oh the questions…
My heart goes out to the survived loved ones and all of the people trying to bring the remains home.
God help them all.
Sterling Sinclair Links regarding Germanwings 9525 Crash:
March 28 Update:
March 27 Updates:
March 26 Updates:
March 25 Updates:
March 24 – the Day of the Crash