Updated November 29, 2017
Q Clearance Patriot (QAnon) has validated the attempt on Rothschild’s life:
Updated November 23, 2017
This helicopter/plane crash was one of the clues left to us by Q Clearance Patriot:
Act II, Scene IV.
(Movie idea – thoughts?)
Good guy (pilot of helicopter).
Bad guy (pilot of plane).
Targets (on ground and in home).
Upon receipt of the ‘go’ code – Good guy flies during a blackout window provided by unknown agency w/ unknowns (ordinary people by the look of it) to a select location (re: highly classified mission) who was given the ‘go’ order by ‘x’ to execute (delivery – (3) for care_). Bad guy intercepts message due to rogue operator embedded in tactical observation unit and takes out Good guy by top down invisible attack.
Encore: What has since occurred by Targets?
Stringer = code = command.
What stringer was provided (2) days prior to event?
What were the keywords in the stringer?
Why were keywords provided?
Guide to reading map?
Lord d R.
What was previously stated?
Who was the pilot of the plane?
Who was the pilot of the helicopter?
What was countered?
Who was on the ground (outside) shortly before the collision?
Who was in the home shortly before the collision?
Learn to read the map.
We may have overestimated your ability.
Why were keywords added in the stringer?
What was the purpose?
What was previously stated?
To who specifically?
Learn to read the map.
Missing critical items.
Graphic is key.
Ordering is critical.
No rigging / blackmail this time.
Aylesbury plane and helicopter crash – chopper pilot and flying student among four killed in mid-air collision near Waddesdon Manor
Experienced Mike Green was a senior instructor for Helicopter Services
November 18, 2017
A HELICOPTER pilot and an 18-year-old student have been named as the first two victims of a mid-air horror crash near a Buckinghamshire manor house.
Married Mike Green was one of four who died yesterday when the Cessna 152 light aircraft and Guimbal Cabri chopper collided and came down in woodland close to the historic Waddesdon Manor.
Mike Green died after his helicopter crashed into a plane near Waddesdon Manor
The victims travelling in the plane have been named locally as 18-year-old Saavan Mundae, who was being instructed by Jaspal Barha.
Captain Mike Green was a senior instructor for Helicopter Services and had learned to fly in the Forces.
A former colleague, Capt. Phil Croucher, said: “I shared a cup of tea with him only on Thursday morning. He was a true gentleman. He was probably the most well-respected instructor in the country. He achieved a very high position within the Army as an instructor.
“He was an absolutely dedicated instructor. If you wanted a training instructor there’s no one more highly qualified. Almost everybody in the country has been instructed by him. Most instructors have been trained by him.”
Married Mike was an experienced pilot and started his career in the Forces
The pilot was one of four killed in the horror
Saavan Mundae, 18, was a student inside the Cessna when it came down
He was also killed when the plane came down in Buckinghamshire
** What young man of 18 wears a fur coat?
The helicopter company is seen as one of the best in the country and Mike taught students as young as 17.
Saavan is a student at Bucks New University studying air transport and commercial pilot training.
Thames Valley Police Superintendent Rebecca Mears confirmed yesterday that four people died in the horror crash, which took place near Winchendon.
It is believed that one of the aircraft had been flying for about 15 minutes after taking off at Wycombe Air Park – 20 miles from the crash.
Firefighters launched a drone over the fallen wreckage in a desperate search for survivors, helping to direct paramedics to the site as soon as possible, as locals spotted a plume of smoke billowing over the sky.
The plane is a Cessna 152, which was built in 1982 and sustained substantial damage during a previous crash in 1993 in a Cornish airfield.
Witnesses told the Mail Online they heard a big bang, adding: “My mother said a man, who I think was someone who had been out walking nearby, then went running up to the manor to say there had been a crash.”
The Air Accidents Investigation Branch sent a team to investigate the crash.
Cops are now hunting for clues and are expected to be at the scene until at least Monday.
The incident happened near Waddesdon Manor near Aylesbury
The helicopter, a 2017 French-built Guimbal Cabri G2, took off for its second flight for the day from High Wycombe at 11.47 am.
According to data from Flight Radar 24, the aircraft had earlier successfully completed a 30-minute flight.
The aircraft took off and routed north over the Chiltern Hills Area of Natural Beauty. Within five minutes it was flying at 1,025 feet at 60kts approaching Princes Risborough.
The helicopter, a 2017 French-built Guimbal Cabri G2, took off for its second flight for the day from High Wycombe at 11.47 am
The helicopter, which can carry two people, continued towards Waddesdon. At 12 noon the aircraft was last seen at 1,025 feet to the east of Upper Winchendon.
Three minutes before the crash, a Cessna 152 which was built in 1982, was north west of Princes Risborough at 2,800 feet and travelling at around 70kts.
The flight tracking radar did not record the Cessna leaving Wycombe Park Aerodrome, although it is believed it departed shortly after the helicopter.
One minute before impact, the Cessna is believed to have increased its altitude to 3,700 feet, but it its final radar return moments before the accident showed it dropped down to below 2,800 feet.
Flight crash investigators will want to determine how an aircraft apparently 1,700 feet above the helicopter shortly before the crash could have been ended up being involved in a collision.
Like the helicopter, the Cessna was also on its second flight of the day.
‘The force is coordinating the response to the incident which was reported at 12.06pm today.
‘The Air Accidents Investigation Branch has been informed and staff are en-route to the scene. Fire and ambulance services are also in attendance and preservation of life is first priority.
‘In consequence of this incident it is expected that there will be some disruption to the road network around Waddesdon for the rest of the day.’
The spokesman later added: ‘We’re aware of a number of casualties following an incident this afternoon in Waddesdon, Aylesbury.
‘There were a number of road closures following the incident, which have now been lifted. We will provide further updates when available.’
Waddesdon manor is owned by the National Trust and managed by the Rothschild Foundation chaired by Jacob Rothschild, 4th Baron Rothschild.
A member of the Rothschild family who did not wish to be named said: “I’m totally shocked. I heard a loud bang, which I thought was a car crash.”
Waddesdon Estate Gardener, Len Bellis, described how he found the “burning wreckage” minutes later.
He had been working nearby when he heard a “horrendous noise” like a tin hangar collapsing.
This helicopter disappeared off radar at 12pm today whilst flying over Waddesdon 15 minutes after it took off from Wycombe Air Park, which has confirmed its aircraft were involved
Mr Bellis said one of them told him he heard a plane “stuttering” just before the crash.
“I just came across the wreckage,” said Mr Bellis, who described the light aircraft as a “wreck” and “non-existent”, apart from the 5ft burning fuselage.
He said he later found out he was just 10 yards from a body in the undergrowth.
Dog walker Daniel Bennett, 39, saw the Guimbal Cabri G2 helicopter climbing as the Cessna 152 was descending.
The first officer for Emirates airlines said: “All of a sudden, I lost sight of both of them.
“Then there was an almighty bang and a puff of fire. The sky was full of fire. Large chunks of metal were on fire. It was a scary, scary, scary thing. There’s no one who could survive that.
“I think the total impact collision speed could be at 150mph.”
Q Clearance Patriot said it was a failed mission. Also on the Rothschild property, is a temple believed to be used for child sacrifices.
November 17, 2017
Compiled by Lisa Phillips of OpDeepState.com
Lord Jacob Rothschild and four other people are feared dead after a plane and helicopter crashed in mid-air over the Rothschild estate in Buckinghamshire on Friday afternoon.
Wreckage from both aircraft fell from the sky after local residents reported hearing a loud bang shortly after midday. According to authorities, the pilot of the helicopter and its single passenger, as well as the pilot and a passenger of the plane all died in the crash.
A local resident, speaking to reporters, said: “My father heard a loud bang. My mother said a man, who I think was someone who had been out walking nearby, then went running up to the manor to say there had been a crash.”
“It didn’t happen directly over the grounds, but in woodland nearby. My father ran up to the scene. Everyone is helping the emergency services.”
Nathaniel Charles Jacob Rothschild, 4th Baron Rothschild, is a member of the powerful elite Rothschild banking family.
The Rothschild’s are commonly believed to have engineered WWI in order to force the British government into creating Israel by getting them to sign the Balfour Declaration in 1917.
Daily Mail reports: At least seven fire engines and three search and rescue vehicles rushed to the scene after the first 999 call came in at 12.06pm.
Police vehicles arrived at the crash site and officers have put up evidence tents in the woodland. Crash experts are attempting to piece together what happened.
Rescue workers had launched the fire brigade’s drone over the fallen wreckage in a bid to locate any survivors, but it is understood no one was taken to hospital.
Flight data shows a two-seater helicopter was flying at 1,025ft in the area at the time, but suddenly went of radar shortly after 12 noon. It had only been in the air for 15 minutes.
The plane that crashed is believed to be a Cessna 152, a popular training aircraft which has space for only one pilot and one passenger.
A Cessna 152 took off from Wycombe Air Park around the same time as the helicopter. It disappeared from radar at the same time as the helicopter.
The plane thought to have been involved was made in 1982. The helicopter feared to have crashed was built earlier this year.
Staff from the Waddesdon Estate, which is managed by a foundation set up by the eminent Rothschild family, helped direct emergency vehicles to the scene of the tragedy as police threw up a massive cordon around the area to preserve the scene.
The grand country manor house, which was used in the filming of The Crown and The Queen starring Helen Mirren, is understood to have been hosting a Christmas Market at the time of the crash.
Staff from the Air Accident Investigation Branch have been drafted in to begin an inquiry into what led to the mid-air collision.
A spokesman for the AAIB said: ‘The Air Accidents Investigation Branch is sending a team to investigate a mid-air collision involving an aircraft and a helicopter near Aylesbury.’
RAF Halton, which is around 10 miles away, said no military aircraft had been involved.
A spokesman said: ‘We can confirm that neither of the aircraft concerned has a connection with either our air force nor the military, and this is as much as we know at this time.’
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This video explains clues from Q Clearance Patriot as they relate to the events in the past few days. Although the video is long, it’s worth watching from start to finish.
Published on November 17, 2017 courtesy of xBrooTx
Horror in the skies leaves four dead: Light plane and helicopter take off from flight training school moments apart only to smash into each other 1,000ft above the Rothschild family’s Buckinghamshire estate just 15 minutes later
… He was said to have been training a foreign flying student on a beginners’ course when the helicopter crashed.
The 1999 movie “Eyes Wide Shut” directed by truth teller Stanley Kubrick, was filmed at several locations, including Buckinghamshire.
Storyline of “Eyes Wide Shut”
After his wife, Alice, tells him about her sexual fantasies, William Harford sets out for a night of sexual adventure. After several less than successful encounters, he meets an old friend, Nick Nightingale – now a musician – who tells him of strange sex parties when he is required to play the piano blindfolded. All the men at the party are costumed and wear masks while the women are all young and beautiful. Harford manages to find an appropriate costume and heads out to the party. Once there, however, he is warned by someone who recognizes him, despite the mask, that he is in great danger. He manages to extricate himself but the threats prove to be quite real and sinister.
Prince Charles and Camilla Parker-Bowles of England
Source: Eyes Wide Shut (1999)