‘Raja Bomoh’ at KLIA to help find missing plane – Bernama

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The mystery surrounding the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 has captured the attention of a well-known “bomoh”, Ibrahim Mat Zin.

Ibrahim, who is known as Raja Bomoh Sedunia Nujum VIP, arrived at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) today, claiming to be invited by one of the country's top leaders, to help locate the missing plane using a spiritual method and prayer.

"We use fish trap hook and a bamboo binoculars to look and ask for the victims to be found as soon as possible," he said.

He was seen to have performed a prayer at the KLIA entrance.

"During my prayer, my eyes hurt and my vision turned black. I think the plane is still in the air or has crashed into the sea.

"I will come back here (to KLIA) in another two days after performing my prayers and I will bring something," he said.

Ibrahim also called on all quarters to pray for the safety those on board the missing flight.

The Raja Bomoh, who has 50 years of experience, became popular after offering his service to search for victims in several major cases, including in the Highland Tower tragedy, Kuala Dipang flood and the Mona Fendy murder case. – Bernama, March 10, 2014.