Truth Frequency Radio

Jun 01, 2013

by Sheree Geo

Truth Frequency Radio

In just one day, 4 different small-engine aircraft have been downed mysteriously over the United States. In one crash, two planes actually crashed into each other mid-air. According to the New York Daily News,

The crashes happened near Phoenix, Ariz., Linden, N.J. Herndon, Va. and Eatonville, Wash. Only one crash proved to be fatal.
It is a relief, in general at least, to hear that most of the potential victims of these crashes survived their ordeal. However, it fails to explain exactly why small-engine aircraft have been so quirky lately. Our running theory here at K-TFRN is that the magnetic pole shift currently in effect (combined with the massive solar flares and HAARP our ionosphere is being hit with) is causing the GPS (and especially old-school tracking equipment) to do what the birds, dolphins, and other magnetically-oriented creatures in nature have been doing: they just fly around wildly during flight during these periods of peak activity and a weakened magnetosphere. It’s just a theory, but makes more sense than no explanation at all.
The other crashes are as follows:

The Big One: Phoenix, Arizona (may be suspicious)

Two planes flying over the desert collided with each other, according to the AP. However, one plane was charred to a crisp, while the other one was almost completely intact. There is no video of the actual crash, just the crash site afterwards. This one has elements of fishiness to them that I haven’t quite figured out yet. More will probably be known when they release the names of the 4 victims who died in this crash.  All the victims I am aware of were the ones who were flight instructors. There are no photos or video of the actual crash, and the only video of the one plane on fire was taken minutes after the event.

Also interesting is who one of the planes belongs to:

One of the planes was registered to Bird Acquisition LLC, which does business as TransPac Aviation Academy, a school for commercial pilots in north Phoenix.

Also interesting to note is the lack of explanation for any reasons why such an event would occur:

“Both of them collided. We don’t know how or what,” Phoenix Fire Department Capt. Larry Nunez told the agency. “The skies are clear.”

ABC15 local news has expanded upon these two statements considerably, giving the public much more information about this particular company:

One of the planes is owned by Bird Acquisition LLC out of north Phoenix. The tail number tracks back to TransPac Aviation Academy, a school for commercial pilots out of Deer Valley Airport.
Stephen Goddard, President and CEO of TransPac Aviation Academy, released a statement Friday afternoon about the tragic incident.
I was terribly saddened to learn of the loss of two of our members of the TransPac Aviation Academy family.  We extend our deepest condolences to the family, friends, and fellow colleagues of the two instructors that were lost today.  The individuals involved were deeply connected here at TransPac and their loss is felt by all of us.  The entire extended TransPac community, including our Alumni, is in shock and mourning for the loss of both of these two good men.  We are not releasing personal information about the individuals at this time out of respect for the families during this time of sadness and grieving.
TransPac officials are in contact with the Federal Aviation Administration, and we are extending our full cooperation to the National Transportation Safety Board for its investigation.  In accordance with NTSB procedures, TransPac cannot comment on possible causes of the accident while the investigation is ongoing.

 Plane Crash #2: Linden, NJ

Interestingly enough, another pilot was killed and a student was critically injured in a plane crash in Linden, NJ the exact same day. according to CBS-NY.


Plane Crash #3: Herndon, Virginia

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Another plane crashed into an apartment building in Herndon, VA, “on its’ way to Manassas”.

The plane crashed through the roof of the apartment building in Herndon after it had electrical problems and its engine cut off, and came to rest on the living room floor, police spokeswoman Corinne Geller said.

No one was seriously injured. Residents called it a “wild night”, and expressed their relief on twitter and other social outlets:


However, upon deeper inspection, what this plane was doing at the time of the crash is very telling:

The two men were taking infrared photographs for an aerial photography company, Geller said. They took off from Northeast Philadelphia Airport and were headed to Manassas Regional Airport, but rerouted to Dulles when they ran low on fuel.

Plane Crash #4: Eatonville, WA

Another small plane crashed into another home in Eatonville, WA while en route from Seattle to Oregon.

 20130601_014256_plane1_500Plane Crash #5: North Lebanon Township, PA

A father and son barely escaped with minor injuries as their plane crashed during an emergency landing due to engine failure in a field near North Lebanon Township, PA.

Plane Crash #6: Greenville County, SC

According to the Charlotte Observer, another two people have escaped with minor injuries:

Authorities say the Globe GC-1B had just take off from the Oak Hill airstrip on Saturday morning when it crashed in an open field across the road and struck a tree.

Plane Crash #7: Pine, AZ


Plane Crash #8: Doylestown, PA

Unfortunately, a pilot was badly burned in the latest crash, when the plane became tangled in power lines as it crashed.

 Plane Crash #9: Warner Robins, GA

photoBoth victims, elderly gentlemen from South Carolina, died in this incident.  More interesting tidbits about the crash, however, have come out by the Miami Herald:

…the plane crashed about one mile northeast of Robins Air Force Base at 6:05 p.m.
Bergen said the flight had departed with two people on board from Apalachicola Municipal Airport in Apalachicola, Fla., and was headed for Greenville Downtown Airport in Greenville, S.C.

Other local news reports give even more interesting information about one of the victims of the crash, Julius Gilreath:

FAA records say the plane was registered to FLEBO Air LLC of Greenville, NC. Caveza listed his occupation as commercial pilot on several internet networking sites.

Joe Frasher, manager of the Greenville airport, where many corporate jets land and takeoff, told reporters Caveza had a reputation as a good pilot.

“I don’t know what happened,” Frasher said Tuesday, “But, it had to be catastrophic.”

Gilreath was a Greenville-based designer and builder, primarily of medical offices and facilities. He was a well known philanthropist within his community and established the Gilreath Foundation with his wife, Parry.

Strangely enough, the media first reported that the authorities had reported a child was among the dead, now they have amended the statement.


Plane Crash #10:  Denver, CO

Crashx-wide-communityThis was the first mid-air collision that occurred this month, but it wasn’t hyped up at all in the national mainstream media like the one that just occurred a few days ago in Arizona.

Two planes collided in mid-air, and neither of the two victims in the first plane that crashed survived.  From the second plane that hit the ground a few minutes later, however, a woman was pulled from the wreckage by passersby and is in stable condition in a local hospital.



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Sheree Geo is a researcher, freelance writer, journalist, and singer from East Texas. After several years of watching eugenics and mind control in action, she began to fight the system by giving people the knowledge of these activities. She then met her husband, Chris Geo, in 2009 and has since been the co-host of their show, Truth Frequency, which airs on GCN every Saturday and Sunday afternoon, as well as on their network, K-TFRN.