As the mystery of Flight 370 (a Boeing 777) continues to unfold, one's mind inevitably turns to… where else? Answer: Chapter 6 of Harold T. Wilkins' classic 1954 book, Flying Saucers on the Attack, in which the author attempts to blame various unsolved air disasters on the hostile actions of UFOs. The title of the chapter in question is "Colossal Death Ray Aeroform" (any young musicians out there in search of an unforgettable band name?). Sixty years after its initial publication, Wilkins' eccentric reportage still commands the reader's attention. Delving into Wilkins' entire book, which can be purchased HERE, would not be a waste of anyone's time.
Of course, there's considerable qabalistic significance to the fact that the missing airliner is a Boeing 777. Anyone interested in delving into this esoteric aspect of the story is encouraged to read 777 and Other Qabalistic Writings of Aleister Crowley (Samuel Weiser, 1977), the complete text of which can be found HERE.
Loren Coleman, the world's foremost cryptozoologist, offers invaluable synchromystic analysis of the case in this 3-9-14 blogpost entitled "Terrorism, Aliens, Vile Vortices: The Mysteries of Flight 370." You can read Coleman's post HERE.
Not unrelated to this ongoing drama is Jud Taylor's obscure--but surprisingly relevant--made-for-TV movie entitled The Disappearance of Flight 412 (NBC, 1974), which stars Glenn Ford as an Air Force Colonel who discovers exactly what happens to pilots honest--or naive--enough to report UFO sightings. The entirety of this pseudo-documentary can be seen on YouTube by clicking HERE.
An exhaustive timeline of events relating to the disappearance of Flight 370 has been compiled by The Telegraph and is being updated every ninety seconds. To access this chronology, click HERE.