Horoscope and astrological planetary aspects of the Russia Jet Crash, flight Katekavia KTK-9357, in Igarka, Krasnoyarsk Region, on 3 August 2010
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Abstract: Are plane crashes written in the stars? Once again, the astrology of this plane crash shows that the influence of the stars in aircraft accidents horoscopes cannot be dismissed easily..
Thankfully, there were survivors in this dreadful midnight sun crash in the far north of Siberia. This time, the bloody full moon had passed and it had come to a more auspicious place in the zodiac. The catastrophe occurred beyond the polar circle and this may have had a positive influence in saving some people. The theme of this astrological accident is almost the same as that of the Pakistan plane crash a few days ago. Malefic planets Mars, Saturn and Pluto connected to woo this plane to its utter destruction. More astrology aspects describe graphically the loss this aircraft.
Once again, there will be many rumors and theories behind this sorrowful crash, but the astrological theme remains: was there a possibility of disorientation of the pilots? There is a strong similarity with the awful Islamabad aircraft accident, the planets are almost the same here. The astrology charts, however, do not reveal, this time, a conflict between age and experience, or health of the pilots. Weather was kinder also, the planets were not as strongly afflicted, and although there were 11 fatalities, 4 seem to have been blessed.
This tragedy highlights yet again that aerospace regulations are written in blood. It is hoped that investigators will draw the right conclusions as these will have far reaching consequences for aircraft safety and the continuing unease of the public to fly commercially.
From RIA Novosti.
News have just carried the story that an Antonov An-24, flight KTK-9357 from the company Katekavia (in Italian) crashed on 3 August 2010 (local date, 2 August 2010 in Europe and America), in Igarka, in the Krasnoyarsk region. On board were 15 people, including four crew members and one child. At the time of writing, the news sources on this accident are unclear about the number of survivors, if any. The airplane took off from Krasnoyarsk airport Cheremshanka at 21.34 Moscow time (or at 01.34 on 3 August 2010 local time) and crashed on landing at a distance of 700 meters from the runway at Igarka Airport. It seems that the airplane deviated to the right just before the crash. It was a pale midnight sun and there was rain and wind at the time, but these were not very severe.
Igarka is an island and Igarka airport is located 15 km from the city. One needs to catch a ferry, or cross over ice, between the island and the airport to cross the Yenisei River. The airport is said to be well-maintained. The plane broke in two pieces and burst into flames on crashing. It is reported that survivors, numbering 4, were seated at the front of the plane. Passenger list is on this page.
The Antonov An-24 is a passenger and cargo turboprop aircraft for small and medium-range distances (maximum 3'000 miles) and its cruising speed is 490 mph. It was created by the Antonov Design Bureau in 1957 and produced until 1979. There were about a 1'000 planes produced. This aircraft can be used at high altitudes and in wide range of temperatures; it can land at small unprepared airfields. As at 1st January 2008, this plane totalled 50472 hours of service.
Plane characteristics, published by RIA Novosti and plane photo
Preliminary horoscope charts for the Russia plane crash, flight Katekavia flight KTK-9357
|Astrological Geocentric (left) and Heliocentric (right) Charts for the Russia, Igarka, Krasnoyarsk Region, 2010 Plane Crash|
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