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Amelia Earhart Discovery by Military Psychic Appears More Likely.

Amelia Earhart Discovery by Military Psychic Appears More Likely.

The Logistics News Network's 1998 purchased report shows Earhart Plane went down in the Aukairame South sector of the Island.

Chicago, IL (PRWEB) August 03, 2011

Unknown to most Americans was that the tenth Amelia Earhart expedition departed to Nikumaroro Island in the Phoenix Island chain in the Nation of Kiribati last year. What made the trip of interest was that The Int'l Group for Historic Aircraft Recovery [TIGHAR] decided to search for Earhart's plane in the ocean. To date the expedition's theorists have focused on Earhart having made a safe landing and died as a castaway which put the emphasis on land.

But, according a 1998 map, drawn by military intelligence remote viewer Joseph McMoneagle, the plane lies 650 feet down in waters off the Aukairame South sector, an area that has never been suspected by researchers. The former Operation Star Gate psychic remote viewer, has provided LNN with the Pentagon equivalent intelligence map showing Earhart's Electra to have sunk immediately after crashing into a coral head. Skeptics should note that upon his retirement, Mr. McMoneagle's information was so accurate that he received the Army's Legion of Merit Medal for having made key contributions to the United States Armed Forces. [shown above]

To date, McMoneagle is the only person to suggest the waters off of the island's southeastern sector as the most likely search area. His report is provided in it's entirety in, Amelia Earhart – Take Off to Oblivion. In it, the world's only raw, intelligence community [HUMINT] wreck site data is made available with a debris field site map.

What makes this scenario so interesting is that Mr. McMoneagle is the only man in military history to be given a medal for Psi-functioning because of the accuracy of his work. His information is where Navy frogmen would have gone had Earhart been in the interests of the people of the United States. Additionally, the Special Collections Library, at Purdue University in West Lafayette, IN. thought this data significant enough to enter into the Earhart Permanent Archive.

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