Catastrophic Vibrational Negativity
In Sharm El Sheikh By Stephen Richards
|How The Tragedy In Sharm El Sheikh Could Have Been Avoided|
The tragedy of 31 October 2015 when 224 people were killed when the Metrojet Airbus A321 carrying them crashed in the Sinai Peninsula shortly after takeoff from Sharm el-Sheikh en route to St. Petersburg has its roots in the tragedy of 3 January 2004 when a Boeing 737-300 crashed into the Red Sea shortly after takeoff from Sharm el-Sheikh International Airport, killing all 135 passengers!
Since the incident in 2004 a catalogue of disaster has befallen Sharm el Sheikh, yet holidaymakers still flock to the sunshine resort unaware of the evil that awaits some of them.
In a blog post in May 2013 Stephen Richards asked readers to avoid Sharm el Sheikh like the plague as his further premonitions of catastrophe trobled him. See that blog post here.
Stephen wrote in February 2013: “Apologies if this posting sounds negative, but it is meant to save lives and to be a positive post! Call me mad, call me whatever, but something needs urgently attending to.”
Posted on behalf of Stephen Richards by Jane West.
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