Wreckage courtesy of Emmanuel Foudrot/Reuters

Wreckage courtesy of Emmanuel Foudrot/Reuters

Germanwings Flight 9525, an Airbus A320, took off at 10:01 a.m. March 24, 2015 from Barcelona, bound for Dusseldorf. The plane had 144 passengers and six crew members on board. At approximately 10:40 that plane crashed into difficult terrain near Digne-les-Bains in the French Alps. By now, dear reader, you probably know all about this very sad tragedy.

10 a.m. Barcelona time is 4 a.m. New York time. A client and friend of mine, Jill Jacobson, was at home in Brooklyn NY in the process of falling asleep. She was roused, she estimates, at 1 a.m. the morning of March 24 (3 hours before the plane took off) because words, a poem perhaps, were rolling around in her head while she was in the liminal state. She got up from bed and wrote them down. Then she promptly went back to bed and immediately went deeply to sleep. When she got up the following morning she forgot all about the words she had jotted down on the paper, perhaps because she wasn’t fully awake when she wrote them. She went outside to do some errands. When she returned home and put on Channel 7 news, she heard about the plane crash and something on the broadcast triggered the memory of the poem she wrote, something about flying and jet fuel. She went to her desk and found the note she penned during the night and this is what it said:

Flying  Flying
The wings of a bird
jet fuel,jet fuel
dropping dropping
oil oil
like wings of fumes
a way to go
a weigh to go
Jet fuel jet fuel
blue as the sky
Blue as the Sea
nothing nothing
can stop me
now
wing it
sing it
liberty
as it is
You See
you and me
wings of a bird
jet fuel Jet fuel
not a cloud in the sky
Just you and I
Jet fuel Jet fuel
yet you’ll awaken some day
one day
one at last
just see
just sea
you and me
Jet fuel

Jill Jacobson is the daughter of Dr. Max Jacobson, famous doctor to several US Presidents. He was born in Fordon, Poland on July 3rd 1900 and moved
with his family to Germany when he was 10 years old. Her mother was born in Potsdam, Germany. She still corresponds with cousins who live there. When we speak to one another we often do so in the ungrammatical lousy household German lingo of our childhoods. All this to say her connection with Germany is still extant. Her childhood was populated by famous people, some of whom were German ex-pats who left due to Hitler.

Jill Jacobson

Jill Jacobson

I do not make any specific claim regarding this strange experience of Jill’s; I merely note it, for your consideration.

Update: Very sadly, Jill Jacobson has passed away this Spring 2017. Rest In Peace, dear lady!

Fahrusha is a professional intuitive based in New York City. She is the co-host of “Shattered Reality” podcast with Kate Valentine.

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