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MedicalConspiracies- Newsletter,Zeta Earth Changes June 19, 2011

The ZetaTalk Newsletter

Issue 246, Sunday June 19, 2011


Chile's Boiling River

Pressure on the Andes has begun, as part of the S American roll. A rift in the Earth 6 miles long and 3 miles wide opened up in Chile, spewing ash.

IMAGE: Puyehue Eruption


3,500 Evacuate as Volcano Erupts in Southern Chile
June 5, 2011


One of the volcanos in the Caulle Cordon of southern Chile erupted violently Saturday, billowing smoke and ash high into the sky and prompting more than 3,500 people living nearby to evacuate. Authorities initially said the Puyehue volcano was involved, but later said the eruption was occurring about 2½ miles from that peak. A rift more than six miles long and three miles across was torn in the earth's crust. The National Emergency Office said it recorded an average of 230 tremors an hour.


This was not the Puyehue volcano, but the fissure system that is part of the caldera.

Puyehue-Cordón Caulle Volcano


Puyehue-Cordón Caulle volcano in Central Chile is a complex of 2 volcanoes: Puyehue volcano and the fissure system of Cordón Caulle.


The eruption from the fissure was not the only news, as a river nearby began boiling from the heat of the Earth. Boiling rivers are not new, in rock lying above areas subject to intense subduction. This part of the Andes is a point where pressure to push over the Nazca Plate just to the west is intense.


The Day the River Boiled
June 10, 2011

The usually chilly river temperature of six degrees has been raised to an average of around 45 degrees by the eruption.


Boiling rivers were reported in Velikovsky's book Worlds in Collision, during prior pole shifts.


The traditions of the Indians retain the memory of this boiling of the water in river and sea. On the North Pacific coast of America the tribes insist that the ocean boiled: The Indians of the Southern Ute tribe in Colorado record in their legends that the rivers boiled. Jewish tradition, as preserved in the rabbinical sources, declares that the mire at the bottom of the Sea of Passage was heated.


Domino Plates

The 7 of 10 scenarios depict plate movement around the world. On June 12, 2011 there was plate movement worldwide, almost simultaneously and in a domino fashion, on several 7 of 10 scenarios.

IMAGE: 7 of 10 Scenarios


The 1st scenario involved a tipping of the Indio-Australian Plate such that the border with Pakistan sinks by 10 feet. This happened during the last half of 2010. Then the 2nd scenario where the Sunda Plate, the plate tongue holding Indonesia, would be pushed down under the curve of the Indo-Australian Plate. This has been ongoing since December 23, 2010. Then the 3rd scenario where the Philippine and Mariana Plates would fold, compressing the Pacific. This was evident by February 20, 2011 and additional evidence is now in hand with flooding in Kyushu. These Japanese Islands, on the southern tip of Japan, are actually on the Okinawa platelet, which would lose support as the Philippine Plate tips. Note the date, June 12, 2011.

IMAGE: Okinawa Plate



Heavy Rain Continues in Western Japan
June 12, 2006

A low pressure system that developed into a rain front over the East China Sea passed over the Kyushu region in southwestern Japan. It has suspended services on the Kyushu Shinkansen bullet train line. Around 200 mm of rainfall is forecast to fall in southern Kyushu.


ZetaTalk Prediction 12/11/2010: The Philippine Plate is also pushing under the south island of Japan, and the point of juncture at Mount Fiji, a three-plate boundary where the Pacific and Philippine plates slide past each other, will be a focus.

The 4th scenario is the S America roll. As the top part of S America pulls west while the long spine of the Andes resists being pulled over the Nazca and Cocos Plates, it bends a bit on the eastern side. The bay at Buenos Aires will split open further during the pole shift, per the Zetas, and flooding in Brazil has already been attributed to this stretch. Could this include Guyana, where sudden flooding without rain has afflicted a river front town there? Note the date on this article - June 12, 2011.

IMAGE: Guyana Flooding



Floods Hit Kwakwani
June 12, 2011

FloodFlood-ravaged Massara village in the Rupununi was reduced to an island. Residents paddle in front of flooded-out homes at Lamp Island, Berbice River at Kwakwani.


ZetaTalk Explanation 1/15/2011: For the top portion of S America to roll to the west, something must give. There is already a seaway developing at Buenos Aires. 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.

The African roll is the 5th in the 7 of 10 scenarios, and has caused sinkholes in Cairo recently, and now there are yet other signs that Africa is starting its roll too. An inactive volcano, Nabro, suddenly erupted, accompanied by a swath of earthquakes in the region where the Red Sea is pulling apart at Yemen. Nabro is so ancient that there is no recorded eruption. What is so severe that it is erupting? Note the date on the article - June 12, 2011.

IMAGE: Eritrea Volcanoes



Strong Earthquakes are Setting off a Powerful Volcanic Eruption in Eritrea
June 12, 2011

During the late afternoon and evening of June 12 2011, a series of moderate earthquakes struck the Afambo, Eritrea area. Based on the earthquake pattern and the locations of the epicenter, volcano activity seemed imminent.


ZetaTalk Prediction 1/29/2011: Like the great crevasses that have been opening up in this region, the 7 of 10 stretch will not be accompanied by great quakes. The stretch zone is silent, in the main. Jiggling and shuddering might occur, with minor quakes jolting now and then, but basically a silent process. Of course there will be lava, hardening into a new surface, as the plates are being pulled apart and beneath the plates is magma. And where the surface is thin, magma may bubble up. But the Red Sea will not be an explosive or erupting volcanic region, as Hawaii is, because it will not be under pressure from colliding or compressing plates.


Sinking Cities

The Zetas have predicted that ultimately Jakarta will lose 80 feet in sea level elevation, Singapore closer to 60 feet, Bangkok and Manila 40 feet, and Hong Kong 20 feet during the sinking of the Sunda Plate, a 7 of 10 scenario. Where delays have set in, proceeding more slowly than expected, sinking on the Sunda Plate is occurring. The Zetas were asked to address the extensive flooding that Singapore is experiencing lately. Where is the line drawn? In cities protected by dykes and experiencing rainstorms, how can one determine sinking?

IMAGE: Sea Level Elevation


ZetaTalk Description 6/11/2011: Despite the presence of the monsoon rains, Singapore is sinking. The sinking process is first that the tides appear higher, and roll inland further. The second sign is that lowlands drain more slowly. The water flow from a soggy location often has a backwash, or slow moving drainage, and thus becomes almost stagnant or accumulates during rainstorms. Thus increasing flooding during rainstorms with the establishment blaming clogged drains is the second sign that sinking is occurring.


The third sign is that those areas that are at or below the new sea level will refuse to drain unless pumping is done and dykes are in place. Those areas that are below the new sea level will become inland seas, or an encroachment of the sea. This is often blamed on erosion, the tides eating the land, another establishment excuse during the sinking process.

The fourth sign is that despite dykes and pumping action, basements or below ground parking will become permanently flooded, beyond what any type of pumping can overcome. This will be blamed on recent rains for as long as the public can tolerate such excuses. Still, the establishment will continue to talk about improved drainage systems, stronger dykes, and silting of river bottoms.


The proof that sinking has occurred will only be in hand when the sea is washing inland along roads not protected by dykes. Or the sea is washing over bridges connecting islands in Singapore or Hong Kong where the bridge itself is at a known elevation and this is supposed to be well above sea level. Or where the dykes are broken, and the sea has flooded the protected area so the new sea level can be clearly determined.

IMAGE: Jakarta



Jakarta: Residents Pondoklabu Restless, 2 Months Not Visit Fading Floods
May 25, 2011

In the past two months hundreds of homes on Bango Road, Pondoklabu District, South Jakarta submerged 1 meter high flood that do not subside. Parties and related officials Pondoklabu village now find out the cause of why the flood did not recede as well.


Jakarta Plans to Build Dikes to Prevent Water
May 31, 2011

Indonesia plans to build a large dike to prevent the sea from breaking over the capital because of land subsidence and sea level rise. The rate of decline in soil faster than rising sea levels, and both resulted in the phenomenon of flooding on the north coast of Java, including Jakarta. The city has installed high-powered pump in the northern part of town, where the land is below sea level, as part of flood control efforts.


IMAGE: Bangkok



Bangkok: Beware Flash Floods.
May 29, 2011.

Nakhon Nayok, Prachin Buri, Chanthaburi, Trat, Ranong, Chumphon Beware flash floods. Multi-flow and flash during this period. Bangkok and its vicinity.


Bangkok: Heavy Rains Flooded Throughout the City at Various Locations.
June 06, 2011.

Streets at various locations in Bangkok. Sinking underwater.

Manila was flooded in late May, prior to tropical storm Dodong which did not rise to the level of a typhoon or cyclone.

IMAGE: Manila


Rain Caused by the Southwest Monsoon Flooded Parts of Metro Manila
May 28, 2011

Rain caused by the southwest monsoon flooded parts of metro Manila. It recorded knee-deep level or 19 inches of floodwater.


Manila: Dodong' Dumps Rain on Luzon
June 10, 2011

Vehicles pass through gutter-deep floodwaters along United Nations Avenue in Manila following heavy rains yesterday.


IMAGE: Singapore



Breaking News: Flash Floods Hit Singapore
May 4, 2011

Minister of the Environment and Water Resources Yacoob Ibrahim on 20 November 2009 described floods that hit Singapore as happening "once every 50 years". Since then, there have been more than a dozen floods.


Hot and Cold

The Zetas have predicted a blending of the seasons as the Earth wobble worsens. Where we are not there yet, we certainly are getting hot and cold extremes.

ZetaTalk Prediction 5/11/2002: Weather irregularities will continue in the manner we have described since 1995, with increasing swings and extremes. In that weather irregularities are smoothed, by nature, by increased atmospheric activity or ocean currents, temperature extremes will not occur. Rather, oscillating extremes, similar to what the world has already experienced, will occur. Sudden shift to cold weather, sudden unseasonably warm weather, and the like.

ZetaTalk Prediction 1/12/2000: And likewise there will increasing be very cold summers. This is a new angle - very cold summers. This has been relayed in the past, in ancient reports of what the Chinese called a world cycle, meaning the approach of another pole shift, where snow fell in summer.

Per this Zeta prediction, snow in summer began to show up in the year 2000 but in 2011 unseasonable snow has become almost common, along with record breaking heat, as noted in a Pole Shift ning blog.

IMAGE: Hot/Cold Extremes



Summer Snow in Hawaii on Mauna Kea?
June 6, 2011

Experts say it's the coldest weather up there in June recorded in nearly 40 years. After crews cleared the roadways and sun melted some of the snow, a few visitors braved the trip to the summit and were rewarded with clear skies and just enough snow to do some sledding with bodyboards.


Wild Weather Forecast to Continue
June 8, 2011

Snow has blanketed parts of north east Tasmania, and rains are forecast to continue this afternoon in the state's south.


Rare Snowfall Blankets African Desert
June 9, 2011

Parts of the south-west Africa nation of Namibia usually associated with heat and dust have been blanketed in snow. A storm brought sub zero temperatures and snow to the Namib-Naukluft Park this week, which local forecasters have described as an extremely rare event.


Feeling Hot, Hot, Hot? May Warmest on Record
May 31, 2011

If you have felt a bit sweaty this month, it was not just a touch of flu. Climate agency NIWA has confirmed it has been the warmest May on record.


Temperature Anomaly in Northern Siberia
June 6, 2011

Heat in northern Siberia is widening. In the Turukhansk district in the Khanty-Mansi district on Sunday marked the highest temperature in Russia, + 30-31 degrees. In Sochi, located more than 20 degrees south of Nadym, today is not above +25 degrees!


Record Temperature at 51 C in Kuwait
June 2, 2011

The country is currently affected by an unusual heat wave, recording high temperature of 51 degrees Celsius in Abdali