ZetaTalk for January 15, 2011
You stated that the sinking of the tongue holding Indonesia would take 2-3 week, gradually increasing from a slow start. We know that the Christmas Hammer started on December 20, 2010 with the live seismographs going black and large quakes on the Bonin Islands south of Japan along the Philippine Plate edge and in Vanuatu along the eastern edge of the Indo-Australian Plate. We know that Pakistan has been sinking, the Indo-Australian Plate tilting sideways, since July, 2010 though not admitted to have lost elevation there for several months. We know that the sequence of events for the 7 of 10 puts the tilting of this plate first, just ahead of the sinking of the plate tongue holding Indonesia - "a tipping Indo-Australia Plate with Indonesia sinking". We know that Brisbane began getting flooding from the rised eastern edge of the Indo-Australian Plate by December 22, 2010. We know that southern Java began experiencing flooding on December 23, northern Sumatra on December 27, Malaysia on December 31, and the Philippines on December 29. Thereafter reports were numerous, included Thailand and Borneo and Bali, and referred to flooding "from the sea" and "renewed" flooding. You stated on January 4, 2011 that sinking in the Philippines had begun. You stated that "The start will be sudden, almost without warning, but the progress not swift as in the pole shift hour. It will be a steady sinking, in short bursts, over a 2-3 week period." When did this 3 week period commence?
The rapid drop in elevation expected for the plate tongue holding Indonesia, the final phase, has not yet arrived, though it will be soon. Where we are precise and
remarkably accurate in our predictions, we are not perfect. For the tongue to drop, the Indo-Australian Plate must tilt sufficiently, and as anyone watching this and
other plates in the vicinity undulate, this is not a simple process. It's an iterative process. The curve under Sumatra and Java rises, causing the Coral Sea floor to
rise, rushing water onto Queensland. Then magma fills in under the eastern end of the Indo-Australian Plate so the Coral Sea bend can relax, allowing water to rush
back and halting, temporarily, the tipping process. Then it all starts over again.
Meanwhile, the four Pacific plates are compressing, a process that is invisible to man who does not have his seismograph monitors deep under the ocean along the plate borders. What is clear is that the top of S America is pressing to roll, causing S America to crack in the middle and southern Brazil flooding to occur, that the Bonin Islands south of Japan are reflecting a tilting Philippine Plate, and that Fiji is sinking. The process is steady, and inevitable, and it did start prior to the end of 2010.
Thanks so much for all your helpful advice and info! I have a friend who lives in Barbados and was hoping the Zetas might give a bit more detail on the extent of sinking this and the other Caribbean islands might be facing in the next few weeks.
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As can be seen from plate tectonics, Central America is being pushed over the Cocos Plate. When this is done violently during the 7 of 10 roll, the crumbling we
have described for these lands will occur. The small islands just to the east of Central America will participate in this crush. The Caribbean Plate will be pushed up
behind them, bunched up, fracturing the rock layers so they go in all directions, up as well as down. This is an issue not so much of sinking as of unpredictability.
The fate of these small islands is unpredictable. They may survive from the jumble, or disappear entirely. The hump of the S American Plate intrudes into the
Caribbean, and as it moves to the west it will push the Caribbean Plate above Colombia down forcefully. The trend has already been noticed this past year along
the Colombian coastline.
Aruba, Bonaire, and Curacao ride on the hump, and thus will survive. The island chain along the eastern edge of the Caribbean Plate was formed when the Caribbean Plate was pushed up during expansion of the Atlantic. But this is countered by the hump of S America pushing the Caribbean Plate down, overall. Thus those islands in the chain close to S America will lose in elevation, while those islands at the top of the chain will not. From Antigua south, the islands in this chain can expect a minimum of an elevation drop of 57 feet, on average, with this being irregular throughout due to the trauma to the area. Islands just to the north of S America will be affected the most such that Barbados to Tobago may sink entirely except for the highest points, losing several hundred feet in elevation, and Trinidad will be torn apart in addition to sinking as it rides on the plate border.
A plate, being solid rock in layers, tends to move as one. Thus if the southern part is pushed down, it will tilt, the northern part lift up. The larger islands along the northern part of the Caribbean Plate could be assumed to gain elevation except that the entire Caribbean Plate is losing, overall. Thus the southern shores of these larger islands will experience some elevation loss, where beaches may emerge on the northern shores. To the extent that fracturing is occurring in the plate, as occurs for Haiti, fracturing can be expected. This will be a rough ride for all, with sloshing and clashing water and the Caribbean Plate which at first may seem to rise, then drop as the roll proceeds.
Is there a relationship between the recent quakes along the southern Andes and the immense flooding that SE Brazil states are experiencing? They are along opposite coasts. [and from another] Brazil Government Says 100K Displaced by Floods [Jan 8] http://www.forbes.com/feeds/ap/2011/01/08/ Brazilian authorities say the number of people left homeless by flooding has risen to about 100,000 in four southeastern states. Reports from regional civil defense authorities show Minas Gerais state has been hit the hardest. Eleven more are dead in Sao Paulo state, where 57 cities are in a state of emergency, including the capital. Main thoroughfares in Sao Paulo city were swamped Saturday, and some smaller towns were entirely submerged.
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What is the relationship between recent large quakes along the southern Andes and the horrific flooding in several states in SE Brazil? S America is tugging to the
west, along its top side. The trend has been in place for many months, with the Caribbean Plate sinking just above Colombia and in Panama. But as much as there
is stress along the northern Andes where the S American Plate slides over the Nazca Plate, there is more stress along the southern Andes. Why would this be? The
rolls that S America and Africa will do is primarily at the Equator, where the spreading apart of the Atlantic and the compressing of the Pacific is at an accelerated
pace. Thus, the plates to the west of the top of S America have already granted S America room to roll.
But as we have explained, the tip of S America does not roll, but remains nailed in place. This is due to the Antarctic Plate, which also abuts the south Andes. The Antarctic Plate is not compressing, as it is one solid piece. For the top portion of S America to roll to the west, something must thus give, and to some extent this is the southeastern portion of S America. There is already a seaway developing at Buenos Aires. But draw a line from the top of the current quake activity along the southern Andes to the southeast coast of Brazil and they line up! For S America to be pulled in a bow like this, the land is stretched, and stretched land sinks. Thus, where they did have rain, the rain was not excessive to the degree to explain the flooding. The inland rivers are not draining properly, due to the stretch and consequent sinking.
When South America rolls and Central America is pushed over the Cocos Plate, will this activate volcanoes in Central America or does being pushed over the plate block the flow of magma to the surface? Will new volcanoes suddenly appear where the edge of the Cocos plate is under new locations in Central America?
Volcanoes erupt when the magma pockets beneath the surface, the source of the spewing lava, are under pressure. This will surely not change during the S American roll, as most of Central America rides on the Caribbean Plate, which will be pushed down, compressed against the Cocos and Nazca Plates, and in some cases crumbled by the sideways pressure. This will also be true of the volcanoes in the Caribbean. Relief will not occur until some days have passed, when the roiling magma has found new pathways for its flow.
With the 7 of 10 now happening, how will people react to the appearance of UFOs? Will the elite try to blame the UFOs as the cause of these catastrophes (using a stooge of course)? Will people in the main understand, quickening the awakening and acceptance of the good alien presence and cracking the cover up?
The visitors are already blamed for all manner of things. Those who feel uneasy, due to having given the Call to ambassadors from the Service-to-Self by the nature of their Call, already feel that evil spirits are surrounding them. The church, in many denominations, has declared that the visitors are demons, not intelligent life from elsewhere, and those who interact with them are damned to hell. This, of course, is to protect their realm, their domain, which they do by dominating the mindset and allegiance of their flocks. How dare those they control turn their eyes elsewhere! Governments likewise, in particular the US government in the past, have made it illegal for citizens to interact with the visitors, so that suddenly quarantining an infected citizen could be done if necessary. These laws still remain on the books. Since ZetaTalk is internationally known and known for warning the populace about the coming Earth changes, it is twisted logic to then blame the catastrophes on their presence. But burning witches in the past was done for faint excuses, so there will be those who take that path. This will be a rare reaction, and will not gain momentum.
Pardon me if this question was asked previously. This past years' gulf oil spill debacle pointed out the existence of millions of cubic feet of frozen methane on the bottom of the Gulf of Mexico. Since the Zetas have stated that most of the 642 ft rise in sea level will be due to the warming of the deep ocean waters, would it be safe to assume that the warming oceans would thaw that methane ice and release the gas into the waters and subsequently the atmosphere, putting those near the ocean at the same risk as the recent mass deaths of birds located around the world? Should we assume some sort of Oxygen depleting burn off as the methane reaches the atmosphere?
The world was reminded of the explosive nature of methane gas during the recent Gulf Oil disaster, as those methane crystals close to the drill, which was heating
the crystals by friction, caused the explosion in the first place. Will the sea beds explode? How prevalent are these pockets of crystals, and what should mankind
do about this threat? These pockets are few. They are also deep under water where it is cold, else they would not have survived to the present. Methane rises,
being lighter than air, and thus in the normal course rises in the atmosphere and on occasion alights because of a spark, by lightning. The light towers seen since
Planet X arrived in the vicinity to jerk the Earth around are caused by methane gas alighting in just such a manner.
Methane has been produced when layers of rock folded over each other during past pole shifts, trapping vegetation between the layers. Such a trapped methane pool is what caused the Tunguska explosion, as the permafrost cracked during a quake. The rising methane lit, high in the skies, due to lightning and the methane burn traveled back to Earth, looking like a meteor's path. Thus, the misunderstanding about this incident. Where such pockets are released by Earth movements deep under the seas, the methane does not rise and disburse but crystallizes. If such pockets are heated after the pole shift, due to the friction that will cause the ocean floors to heat and expand the waters to 675 feet above today's sea level, will a massive release of methane ensue?
The process would not be such as to endanger mankind nor deplete his available oxygen. First, such pockets of methane, whether under sea or underground on land, are rare. These can leak and where trapped where the methane accumulates rather than disburses can explode, as so many mining accidents attest. Next, the normal results of a methane release is disbursement into the ocean water or the atmosphere. When diluted, methane cannot explode or burn. And finally, released methane needs a spark in order to light, else rises through the water or air to kill birds and fish as has recently been shown to happen. This puts surviving any release of methane during the pole shift in the same category as surviving the rare boulder that might drop from the sky. Rare, unpredictable, and if one is caught in such a maelstrom, they are on their way to their next incarnation before they realize what is happening.
After the initial drumbeat by the media in December 2010 regarding "high tide" causation of these (7/10) floods, a causation/story which seemed to quickly wear thin, the more recent media drumbeat - in most cases of 7/10 flooding - seems to be the "excessive rain". The "extreme climate change" blame game, spiced up with a peppering of fungible, never-before-used terms such as "instant inland tsunami". A balanced observer realizes the post-flooding event weather reports of rain causation are close to completely false, but what about the region's firecasts of tomorrow's weather, next week's weather, next month's weather? Is the cover up mechanism actually engineering the presentation in the SE Asia and Australia regional and global media of 100% false or nearly or completely false forecasts? In order to misleadingly engender a pre and post-flood milieu of "belief" amongst the sheeple public there is some rain or even excessive rain causation when there is actually just some moderate to small measure of rain preceding or during these floods? In other words, after trying to read this soggy mess of tea leaves, has there been sufficient actual rain for the populous of those regions to realistically believe in rain causation? Or does the SE Asia/Australia populous think/feel, perhaps even subliminally know, they are being completely scammed by the news media? Moreover, is the cover up and media making up rain that does not even exist in some of these region specific flooding cases?
There were several excuses lined up to cover the anticipated sinking on the plate tongue holding Indonesia. As we mentioned, storm surge, high tides, and Global
Warming were among them. The Philippines has even blamed the mining industry for destabilizing the ground, causing it to sink. The heads of state of the countries
involved - namely Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam and the Philippines - kept in close touch, using code words. When Java began to experience hints of
sinking along its southern shores, the rain excuse was selected because at the time there were showers in the region and there had recently been high winds
assaulting the east coast of New Zealand. They have stuck with this agreed upon excuse long past the point of believability.
Their public of course has noticed that the rain could not have caused this flooding. There are those that assume that heavy rain may have fallen up river, thus causing the river to burst its banks. There are those who noticed that the rivers were in a backwash, water coming from the sea rather than from the highlands, but doubted their eyes and their sanity. But eventually as the sinking progresses and refuses to abate, word will get around and the public will connect the dots. Then what. The governments know in the event of our prediction coming true, and the sinking being at the level we have described, that they will have to admit to a plate movement. They are holding back on this until the last minute, hoping that the prediction is wrong, so that any sinking will be slight.
I spent some time researching volcanoes that have been active in the last 10,000 years and marling them on a globe. I noticed that there were none in the Eastern United States but there are some in the African Riff Valley. Can those of us in the Eastern United States expect new volcanoes to erupt when the New Madrid Rips? Implications are obvious since one or more volcanoes in what is now the northern part of the rip will send ash in the westerlies down the entire Appalachian chain.
No volcanoes will emerge or erupt in the Appalachian chain, either during the pole shift or in the events leading up to the pole shift. Why would the African Rift Valley have volcanoes, when it pulls apart, but not the southeast US? It is both the degree of rip and proximity to the plate border that determine this. In Africa, the plate is hung up at the Read Sea, snagged there such that the parts of the plate that fall below this point must tear away. This causes a greater thinning of the plate along the long rift, which starts at that point. The Appalachian chain is centered in the plate, so that as the stretch pulls down the plate as a whole along its eastern side, there is not a tear but a lowering action. Thus, no volcanoes.
Flooding in Western and Eastern Division [Fiji] [Jan 13] http://www.fijivillage.com/?mod=story Continuous rain has led to flooding in most parts of the Western and Eastern Division. The heavy downpour continues in Rakiraki, Tavua, Ba, Lautoka, Korovou and Naqali. Members of the public are requested not to cross the flooded rivers and bridges and to adhere to the warnings given by the authorities.
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The islands at the plate borders in this region do not do well during the plate adjustments to come. The primary devastation will come during the hour of the pole shift, but the devastation has started during the 7 of 10 adjustments. Samoa rides on the Pacific Plate, which is pushing under the eastern edge of the Indo-Australian Plate, and as this process continues and accelerates, approaching the pole shift, will virtually disappear. The Solomon Islands do not fare much better, for the same reasons. Tonga and New Caledonia ride high. The little Fiji Plate, as the recent sinking indicates, will be a loser, pushed down into the notch as the Pacific Plate presses ever westward.