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Sunday, 14 April 2013

Lion Airplane Crash Bali 108 Miracle Survivors



'Miracle escape for 108 passengers as plane crashes into sea as it attempts to land in Bali' - We are given an example of some people being fortunate to get out of the most precarious and dangerous situations alive, this is one of them.



The Lion Air jet crashed into sea near runway at Ngurah Rai Airport. It is understandable that the passengers screamed in panic fearing that they would drown. They managed to escape through emergency doors and used inflatable dinghies.



Eyewitnesses said passengers fearing for their lives screamed in panic as the Lion Air jet fell short of the runway at Ngurah Rai Airport, near Denparsar. The aircraft, smashed into the sea prompting a huge rescue effort.



With fences we are shown boundaries to land. In both images of the people, they watch on helpless and leave the emergency services to deal with the situation. Fortunately everyone who needed treatment was taken to hospital and taken care of.



'There was no warning. The passengers had no idea the plane was crashing.' The plane missed the runway. Emergency services rushed to the scene in a frantic bid to rescue the people who were on board. The airport runway is pictured.


'Injured: Lion Airways Pilot M.Ghazali is pictured being helped ashore following the crash'

All 101 passengers and 7 crew are believed to have survived.

Lion Air is banned from flying with the EU because of safety concerns.

The link to the full article with more photoghraphs are posted below.

Queen Elizabeth and her husband Philip visited Indonesia 33 years ago. Back on 31st October 2012 the Daily Mail have published a really colourful article with the President and his wife arriving the Buckingham Palace in London.


The Queen greets President of the Republic of Indonesia as he arrives in London.

Notice the colour carpet, the same Pink carpet in Israel when President Obama and Shimon Peres met together also with Benjamin Netanyahu. Queen Elizabeth was crowned with Jacob's stone undern the coronation throne to be Queen of Israel.


'Grand reception: The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh welcome Dr Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono and first lady Ani Bambang Yudhoyono to Buckingham Palace on the first day of the state visit'

The Queen and her husband being very elderly, it becomes easier to host the 60th Diamond Jubilee Celebrations 'at home' in England. No one knows what Queen Elizabeth does in her spare time. She is the worlds most known Host.


The Queen and Prince Andrew chat with first lady Ani before they depart for the palace.

People are comparing the work ethic of the Queen to her family. She is a private person whose life is known to her inner circle. People notice other members of her family as lapping up holidays and huge expenses. A Queen's work ethic is appropriately served with careful consideration, vision and conscience, plus conscientiousness. Not everyone understands this way of being.

There is a plan for global peace and to empower people. Not everyone shares this vision.

When people pray with sincere heart for their people, prayers are heard and answered. With the Queen being the Supreme Head of the Church of England this is indicatating that she is praying too. Actually many people are praying for humanity now.

The lion might be brought down as seen above, life still goes on.

A story is presented above of a tradegy and a reminder of miracles. Then again, miracles are always regarded to be from God and prayers are answered by people with sincere heart, whoever they are. We can all pray for humanity.


Peace, love and best wishes
Pauline Maria

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