|Internet Cable Breaks
Once again, Internet cables crossing the Mediterranean have been torn. This occurred also last
January-February, 2008 when multiple breaks were identified all around the Arabian Plate - from
Alexandria to Dubai.
- Internet Connection Cut Between Europe, Asia and Africa
December 21, 2008
- Millions of internet and telephone users across the Middle East and south Asia are
struggling to get connections after damage to undersea cables linking Europe, Africa and
Asia took down a major route for internet traffic. As much as 70% of internet and
telephone traffic between the continents has been affected by the outage, which was
caused by damage to a string of cables that run under the Mediterranean between Italy
and Egypt. The lines, which hit the Egyptian coast at Alexandria and go on to connect to
Asia, were probably damaged either by a ship's anchor or a minor earthquake, according
to officials. A repair vessel is expected to reach the damaged sector between Sicily and
Tunisia by this evening. The incident comes less than a year after a similar outage brought
a halt to communications between Europe, Africa and Asia. Those problems were believed
to have been caused by anchors ripping through the same cables, and were exacerbated by
simultaneous damage to lines through the Middle East.
Per the Zetas, the problems are neither anchors ripping the cables nor a minor earthquake, but the
Arabian Plate rolling in place.
ZetaTalk Explanation 12/20/2008: As with the dramatic breaks in January-February of 2008 in
Alexandria and Dubai, this is a result of the rolling of the Arabian Plate. As the African Plate
rolls its top eastward it pushes against the top of the Arabian Plate, rolling it likewise. Cables are
not simply laid into the mud. They are anchored at points so that the cables can be located when
it is time for maintenance. Thus anchored, the cables are stretched and snap. More of this to
New Guinea Tides
For over a week villagers in New Guinea and many islands in the South Seas have been pounded by
high tides, with no explanation for why these tides are assaulting them. These tides are not related to
earthquakes. They are not tsunamis, nor are they related to storms.
- Huge Tidal Waves Smash into PNG
December 10, 2008
- More than 400 people have been made homeless by huge tidal waves which hit the
northern coastal region of Papua New Guinea. A huge earthquake off PNG's northern
coast in 1998 triggered a 16m-high tsunami that devastated the seaside town of Aitape and
killed more than 2,000 people. Communications across PNG are basic, and many tribes in
the country's isolated areas have little contact with each other, let alone the outside world.
Some 80% of the country's population live in rural areas with few or no facilities.
- Tidal Waves Displace 75,000 in PNG
December 18, 2008
- Papua New Guinea has been pummelled by non-stop tidal waves and unusually high tides
that have forced 75,000 people from their homes this month. The autonomous region of
Bougainville, the Solomon Islands, the Marshall Islands and the Federated States of
Micronesia were also affected by the high waves.
The Zetas predicted that high tides, unrelated to tsunamis or storms, would be on the increase due to
their predicted Earth wobble.
ZetaTalk Prediction 4/15/1999: Tides that are greater than expected, especially along the Pacific
ZetaTalk Prediction 1/12/2000: We also predict, as we did last year, that there will be high tides.
Not tsunamis, following earthquakes, but unusual high tides.
When such high tides assaulted the South Seas in 2007, the Zetas likewise pointed to the Earth wobble.
There is no other explanation.
ZetaTalk Explanation 5/19/2007: Are there cyclones in the area? Any large storms that would
account for wind swell? None are reported in the articles! We predicted years ago that high tides
unrelated to tsunami from quakes would be occurring, unrelated to any usual cause. This has
recently happened in Acapulco, and now the Sumatra region. What is the cause? When no
quakes, adjusting the area, or severe storms in the immediate area, can be pointed to, such high
tides are caused by the Earth wobble and lurch.
Snow as Wobble Proof
Other than measuring the location of the Sun during the day, from many locations around the world, is
there any way to prove that the Earth wobble exists? Lately, unusual snowstorms have descended on
the continental US.
- Rare Snowstorm Hits Louisiana, Mississippi, and Texas
December 12, 2008
- A rare early December heavy snowstorm hit Louisiana, Texas, and Mississippi yesterday,
setting several records. It was the earliest measurable snowfall in recorded history at
Beaumont, Port Arthur, and Lake Charles. Also, this snow event set the all time record
snowfall amounts for the month of December at Beaumont, Port Arthur, Lake Charles,
Lafayette, and New Iberia, and was the first measurable snowfall in recorded history for
the month of December at Lafayette. In Mississippi, up to 5 inches of snow fell on areas
south of Jackson. The one inch of snow reported in New Orleans was that city's earliest
snow on record.
A remarkable image comparing snow cover during the years 1996-2005 to the current year, 2008,
shows the wobble more dramatically. In this graphic, the blue color indicates 2008 snow cover to
December 18, 2008. The green lines indicate snow cover boundaries during the years 1996-2005.
Note that in eastern Russia and the American southwest, which are directly across the Arctic from each
other, there is less snow cover in 2008 than in previous years. Likewise in the Great Lakes region and
directly across the Arctic over India there is more snow cover in 2008 than in previous years. The figure
8 pattern of the Earth wobble occurs over the Arctic, drawing a figure 8 over the N Pole.
This figure 8 pattern has been holding since early 2004, and was documented as recently as
October-November, 2008 and in late December, 2008. True to the wobble pattern, Beijing is also
having extreme cold this December. Beijing is across the Arctic from the Great Lakes and New England
- Beijing's Coldest December Day in 57 Years
December 22, 2008
- Winter truly arrived in Beijing yesterday with the highest temperature of the day down to
minus 8.8 C. Media reports say it was "the coldest day in December in the last 57 years."
The Zetas have predicted the Earth wobble since early 2004, and have continuously predicted that this
wobble would worsen as we approach the date of the pole shift.
ZetaTalk Prediction 5/25/2004: Are we going to develop a wobble? Are we going to suddenly
lurch about so that the Sun is rising and setting in a place way off from where the public would
expect? This is in your future, folks, but we will not give you the date.
ZetaTalk Prediction 1/2/2005: The Figure 8 will become more extreme and vicious as the N. Pole
of Planet X swings into view as it turns in place in a clockwise motion, putting the Sun in
extremely errant positions.
ZetaTalk Prediction 12/21/2007: The wobble has become more severe because the interaction
between Planet X and the Earth is driven by a N Pole push. Each day, when the Earth's magnetic
N Pole comes over the horizon so that it is facing the Sun and the bully magnet Planet X, the
Earth receives a shove from Planet X, pushing her magnetic N Pole away.
Per the Zetas, the wobble is also responsible for the cold gripping the continental US during the winter
of 2007-2008, and presumably for the current cold and snow onslaught.
ZetaTalk Explanation 3/1/2008: This past winter has been horrific for the northern hemisphere,
where the N American continent and areas of Siberia have suffered record breaking cold and
snow fall. The cold has been, in many places, intractable. This is not a global warming issue
caused by heating air at all. The record cold is due to the Earth wobble, the pushing away of the
magnetic N Pole of Earth when it presents daily on the horizon and is subject to the push of
magnetic particles coming from the N Pole of Planet X. This pushes those parts of the globe
away from the warming Sun!
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