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Men in white at scene of air disaster

Rumours still persist of mysterious men in white at the crash scene of one of Europe’s worst air disasters in 1992, when an El Al plane crashed into apartment blocks in a suburb of Amsterdam, Holland. Investigations, which are still being carried out, seem to suggest that the plane was carrying either uranium or sarin - a nerve gas component. Residents in the immediate area have been complaining ever since of a variety of illnesses.

Local people continue to describe the presence, soon after the crash, of a number of men in white - they describe them wearing some sort of "protective clothing". Some reports say the men in white were moving about helping victims, aiding the dying, helping with rescue efforts, while others link their presence with the fact that the plane was carrying some toxic substance.

(Benjamin Creme’s Master confirms that the "men in white" were the Master Jesus and some of His disciples.)

From the November 1998 issue of Share International


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First published April 1999, Last modified: 15-Oct-2005