There will be a plane crash in Singapore near by the Changi International Airport, on 27th September 2016..
Once again, Jucelino Nobrega da Luz from Brazil had accurately predicted the fate of AirAsia QZ8501 and TransAsia Airways Flight GE235 (based on his blog post). My condolences to the families who had lost their love ones in these air accidents.
If you have read my previous (half a year ago) blog post, you will be familiar with this person, Jucelino Nobrega da Luz. He had accurately predicted the fate of MH17 and MH370.
I talked to people who had read about it and many are skeptical over his claims. Many questioned his motive(s) on why he released this information only after the incidents/accidents.
If you had read the content carefully, he has proofs that these letters were written and sent to the relevant parties/authorities before the accidents but it doesn’t stop the event from happening.
Now, for the case of AirAsia QZ8501 and TransAsia GE235, he had written a letter to Taiwan ambassador about them. What is chilling is that there are more predictions other than the two air accidents. Here is page 1 of the letter.
Check out the next page. It mentioned clearly that there will be a plane crash in Singapore nearby Changi International Airport on 27th September 2016 (that is next year). The flight is 879 and flight out from 5:35pm. I checked the current flight SQ879 (I presumed it is SQ879) and it is a flight from Taipei to Singapore.
And on the last paragraph, he predicted a blast in a children hospital in Mexico, which might actually come true (read this report)
On this letter, it shows a date stamp on 1st December 2014. That is his way of saying that he actually sent his letter. There is no way to confirm the authenticity of it. Based on his track records, we can only hope that he got them wrong.
And this is NOT the end. He had another few predictions that are coming soon (or already in progress). Of the whole lot, the more devastating ones are the earthquake (17th December 2015) and Typhoon (29th July 2015) in Taiwan. And he had given more details about the Changi Airport prediction with a casualty figure of 150 people. Check them out.
As usual with this style, he put some screenshots as evidence that he had sent out these information (on the 8th January 2015). Do you believe in any of them. If yes, why? If no, why not?
Before I end this post with heavy heart, lets take a look at he crash of TransAsia GE235 again. Kudos to the pilot who had tried his best to steer clear of buildings before crashing. Thankfully, we have some survivors. We will have to wait for the official report to understand how it happened.