Amelia Earhart Discovery by Military Psychic Possible
Logistics News Network 1998 Report Shows Earhart Plane went down outside the Aukairame
South sector of the Island.
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) May 20, 2010 -- Unknown to most Americans is that the tenth Amelia Earhart expedition
departed quietly on May 18, to Nikumaroro Island in the Phoenix Island chain of the South Pacific. What makes
this trip news worthy is that the marine science and engineering company - SeaBotix, Inc. will go to search for
Earhart’s plane --– in the ocean.
In LNN’s discussions with Jesse Rodocker, Seabotix Director of Marketing and the mission’s underwater vehicle
director, it appears he has every tool needed. Responding from the Seattle area, he said that he is to start on the
atoll’s west side, in the area of the the Nutiran Point and Tatiman Passage. To date the expeditions’ theorists have
focused on Earhart having made a safe landing and died as a castaway.
But, according the 1998 map, drawn by military intelligence remote viewer Joseph McMoneagle, the plane lies in
waters 650 feet down off the Aukairame South sector, an area that has never been suspected by researchers. The
former Operation Star Gate psychic remote viewer, has provided LNN with the Pentagon equivalent intelligence
map showing Earhart’s Electra to have sunk immediately after crashing into a coral head. Skeptics should note
that upon his retirement, Mr. McMoneagle’s information was so accurate that he received the Army’s Legion of
Merit Medal for having made key contributions to the United States Armed Forces.
Before departing, Marketing Director Rodocker was supplied with a copy of this book, complete with its
yardages and depths. According to LNN's reporter, “Seabotix is well prepared. Our conversation confirmed Mr.
Rodocker had a chance to review McMoneagle’s data, and that he was taking underwater vehicles that could dive
over 500 feet.”
To date, McMoneagle is the only person to suggest the waters off Niku’s southeastern sector is the most likely