On December 27, 2014 Air Asia flight 8501 vanished in bad weather over the Java Sea. On the matrix below the axis term is AIR ASIA. The location of the plane was hidden until December 30, 2014, but crossing the axis term is the phrase THEY THAT HIDE THEMSELVES PERISH FROM BEFORE YOU. Unfortunately, that turned out to be true. Also in the open text is FILL THE WATERS IN THE SEAS. JAVA is at an ELS. The plane is Malayan. Crossing and sharing a letter yud with AIR ASIA is MALAYAN at skip +1.
STATISTICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF THE MATRIX. As per my standard protocol, no statistical significance is assigned to the axis term, here AIR ASIA at its lowest skip in wrapped Torah. It looks like the flight crashed into the Java Sea, but this isn't yet confirmed as I write it. When looking for the word SEA or SEAS, if I search just at skip +1, the letters are so common that the term does not appear to be very significant. In such a case I check the English to see how often the letters actually mean SEA OR SEAS, as is indicated here in the open text. Using that frequency, the terms had about 1 chance in 18 to be on a matrix this large. MALAYAN had about 1 chance in 6.3 to be somewhere on the 564-letter matrix at skip +1, but it is found here crossing AIR ASIA against odds of about 91.5 to 1. I do, however, use the lower significance for odds computing purposes. JAVA was not at a special case skip (+/- 1 or the absolute skip of the axis term). It had about a 43% chance to be somewhere on the matrix. The reference to what is hidden (at least initially, the location of the aircraft) was only found a posteriori, and in accordance with my protocol it means that neither it, nor the reference to persishing, is given statistical value. Overall, what is currently found is there against odds of about 263 to 1. The flight number required an expansion of the matrix to show. Since it was not at a special case skip I chose to ignore it. Other air disasters found encoded include: