[Excerpt from TT: 1999-11-18]
[Barry] Regarding the recent crash of Egyptian flight 909, was a crewmember responsible for crashing the plane on purpose? If so, why?
[Michael_Entity] The fragment in question, a Server, appears to have been in deep despair, but he did not do this as only a result of his choice for eliminating his single life.
We will elaborate: When a fragment steps outside of the normally accepted roles and lifts society to a place of obvious great change, even if seen as rebellious, they may be called a Saint. When a fragment does the same thing but in ways that appear to be devastating, chaotic, and without obvious reason, they may be considered pointless and crazy.
In this case, the Server “knew” his mission privately. Though fought against internally, the act was too compelling and “right” for him to reject it. Being in Submission, this was important, even if not understood by the Personality completely. The Server appears to have considered the state of his sanity, but the compulsion was greater than the need for intellectual understanding.
All fragments aboard the plane had an exit point synchronized. The Server was consciously acting on an internal knowing. Two factors were involved in this knowing; one was his sense of trust in his ‘visions’ and the other was his observed “proof”. Upon investigation, it might be revealed that certain passengers, if having survived, would have been sources of great destruction. The Server in his own way confirmed this. This helped him justify and make sense of the haunting visions of what he “knew” he was going to do in the first place. We can also validate that certain fragments involved in this flight would have changed the course of many futures greatly in ways that the Server “knew” was not wanted on a mass level. The fragments that want to impose these choices on humanity will have other parallels to explore this option, but you will not see their plans unfold “here”.
[Barry] How does his ending his life in this way (with the associated loss of lives) lift society to a place of great change?
[Michael_Entity] We did not say that ending his life was a way to lift society, though in this case it may be said it was a way to “protect”. We were pointing out the differences in perceptions around certain rebellious acts in history and how they were interpreted. His act will most likely never make sense to the general public. This, then, is dismissed as pointless and crazy.
[Barry] Was it significant that there was a large group of Egyptian military on board?