In our last presentation, we have seen conjunction of planets on a specific day and its effects for the individuals.
The planet Saturn is responsible for the life span of the individuals. There were mass destruction in a particular time period or on a single day like earth quake, accidents etc. History has proved these right from Mohenjo Daro and Harappa civilisation. A single man influenced the history by destroying a group of people in the past [Malaysian airlines pilots suicide mission]. Large number of people was killed through war, natural disasters [Earth quake, Tsunami etc], industrial accidents (Bhopal India, Hiroshima/Nagasaki nuclear bombing by America), and mass murder of a particular group or community so on and so forth. When the population grows to a certain level nature plays a role to neutralise the same. Our friends may be wondering why is it happening and would like to understand the concepts. Hence I am presenting a video presentation based on my knowledge and learnings in vedic astrology. The below questions of people wondering
What’s wrong with the group of people horoscope?
Why do they die all of a sudden with a group of people?
Does it mean that Saturn is weak in the horoscope of those in the group?
How vedic astrology can explain to us about those incidents?
Hence I am presenting a video presentation based on my knowledge and learnings in vedic astrology to explain about the answer of these questions. I have given some incidents which people can recollect and understand the reasons for those incidents.
February 24 -
Tara Air Flight 193, a Viking Air-built DHC-6 Twin Otter, flies into a storm and crashes into a mountainside at Dana, Myagdi district, Nepal, killing all 23 on board.
February 26 -
In the 2016 Air Kasthamandap crash, an Air Kasthamandap PAC 750XL crash-lands in Nepal, killing the two crew members and injuring nine passengers.
March 19 -
Flydubai Flight 981, a Boeing 737-800, crashes while landing at Rostov-on-Don, Russia, in poor weather. All 62 people on board are killed.
March 29 -
EgyptAir Flight 181, an Airbus A320, is hijacked and forcibly diverted to Larnaca International Airport, Cyprus. All passengers and crew are released unharmed.
April 4 -
Batik Air Flight 7703, a Boeing 737-800, collides with an ATR 42 on the runway at Halim Perdanakusma Airport in Jakarta. Both aircraft are substantially damaged.
April 13 -
In the 2016 Sunbird Aviation crash, a Britten-Norman Islander crashes short of the runway while landing at Kiunga, Papua New Guinea. All 12 people on board are killed.
April 29 -
In the 2016 Turøy helicopter crash, a Eurocopter EC225L Super Puma helicopter crashes near Turøy, an island off the coast of Norway. All 13 passengers and crew are killed.
May 18 -
In the 2016 Silk Way Airlines Antonov An-12 crash, a Silk Way Airlines Antonov An-12 cargo plane crashes after an engine failure, killing seven and injuring two.
May 19 -
EgyptAir Flight 804, an Airbus A320, crashes into the eastern Mediterranean Sea after a series of sharp descending turns. All 56 passengers and 10 crew are assumed killed.
May 27 -
Korean Air Flight 2708, a Boeing 777-300, suffers an engine failure and resulting fire while taxiing for takeoff at Haneda Airport; all 319 passengers and crew are evacuated although 12 are injured.
June 27 -
Singapore Airlines Flight 368, a Boeing 777-300ER, suffers an engine fire at Singapore Changi Airport after returning due to a fuel leak. All 241 passengers and crew are unharmed.
August 3 -
Emirates Flight 521, a Boeing 777-300, lands wheels-up at Dubai International Airport. Shortly after landing, the plane bursts into flames. All 300 passengers and crew escape from the aircraft unharmed; one fatality on ground.
August 5 –
ASL Airlines Hungary Flight 7332, a Boeing 737, overran a runway at Bergamo Airport.
September 26, 1997
Garuda Indonesia Flight 152 was a scheduled domestic Indonesian passenger flight from Soekarno-Hatta International Airport in Jakarta to Polonia International Airport in Medan, North Sumatra, flown using an Airbus A300B4registered PK-GAI and operated Garuda Indonesia.
On September 26, 1997, Flight 152, piloted by Hance Rahmowiyogo, 42, a pilot with over 20 years of flying experience at Garuda Indonesia and more than 12,000 flying hours, crashed into mountainous woodlands 30 miles (48 km) from Medan during low visibility caused by the 1997 Southeast Asian haze. All 234 passengers and crew were killed in the disaster. The crash site was in a ravine near the village of Buah Nabar in the Sibolangit district south of Medan.
Flight 152 remains the deadliest single-plane crash in Indonesia, and the deadliest aviation accident in 1997.