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"Hello, Central!" What Happened to the People, Who Were Passengers on the Four 911 Planes?

Patrick H. Bellringer

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FROM: Patrick H. Bellringer


DATE: July 4, 2006


Dear A:

There is so much negativity that has surrounded the 9/11 affair that I avoided creating more by discussing the plight of the 9/11 plane passengers. I do not know the details, but Dick Cheney could have no witnesses to his evil deeds. These people were to be disposed of very swiftly.

There are two high incinerators that were built by the U.S. Government in the early 1990's for just such purposes. One is located near Terre Haute, Indiana and the other near Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, each within containment centers. Again, I do not know if this was the intent, but the 9/11 passengers could have been flown to these places. You say this could not happen in America. It already has! A friend bears witness during the Cuban refugee crisis of 1994 of bus loads of Cuban refugees entering the Oklahoma City facility and reaching their demise at that location. The same occurred in 2005 at this facility for many of the Katrina Hurricane victims. Prior to this in 1992 the National Guard and FEMA constructed facilities in South Dade County, Florida to incinerate the bodies of thousands of Hurricane Andrew victims to lower the "official" number of those, who died during the hurricane.

Most people won't believe me but the good news is that regardless of what was to have happened to these people, they were picked up by the Starships and have joined the other innocent victims of 9/11. You were lied to about the number of people, who remained in the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center, when they were demolished under the "Cheney Plan". Hatonn has said that the Starships picked up more than twenty thousand people, who jumped from windows, or who would have died in other ways in that U.S. Government designed terrorist attack on our people.

These people were joined by the 9/11 plane passengers and are aboard the Starships at this time. Sananda says they will return soon to be with their families and friends again, and that they will be witnesses to the perpetrators of the 9/11 plan. The same is true of the seven crew members of the Columbia Shuttle that exploded upon re-entry on February 1, 2003, and of John F. Kennedy, Jr. and his family, whose plane was destroyed over the Atlantic Ocean by the actions of Bush, Sr. on July 31, 1999. These people and others shall return as witnesses to Truth, and they shall do so very soon.

In Love and Light,

Patrick H. Bellringer