Pilot’s sudden vertigo gone

Many years ago I was a private pilot, and I used my plane to fly to business functions all over the Los Angeles Basin. One spring morning I was flying solo to Santa Barbara from San Diego. Santa Barbara is often surrounded by fog on spring mornings, and as I approached Santa Barbara, I noticed that my path was blocked by some heavy clouds.

As I got closer, I spotted a hole in the clouds below, and I started a gentle spiral to descend through that hole to get below the clouds. Suddenly I was gripped by a case of vertigo so severe that I lost all sense of my altitude and direction of flight. This was serious, as we had learned in flight school that over the years vertigo has claimed the lives of many private pilots. 

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