Nancy Wrote on Holgraphic Presentation Last night...


http://www.zetatalk.com/newsletr/issue169.htm
"Over to S America the Andes are shown doing mountain building, while some islands in the Caribbean are sinking, their plate
pushed under as S America rolls."


Note:
In this particular Blog will be describes and take note of all the Earth Changes of the World that will lead to the Geological Movement of the South American Plate: about 250 miles/400.33 Km  to roll!.

http://poleshift.ning.com/forum/topics/zetatalk-chat-for-december-4...
" These regions will not experience the sense that they have moved 250 miles further to the west, though this will be computed by man after the roll has been completed."
The 7 of 10 Event: A multi-region event!
The Zeta sequence is as follows:
(2) with Indonesia sinking,
(3) a folding Pacific Ocean
Allowing:
(4) S America to roll,
-this blog-

-Caribbean Subducting under Northern South America:

-Sinking part of  the Caribbean Plate:
-Lesser Antilles  sinks in the ocean and
-Central America get crunched  in the process:
(5) a tearing of the south Atlantic Rift
Allowing:
(6) Africa to roll

(7) and the floor of the Mediterranean to drop,
(8) great quakes in Japan:
-Precursor:
(9) followed by the New Madrid adjustment,

(10) which is followed almost instantly by the tearing of the north Atlantic Rift with consequent European tsunami.
7 of 10 Pace:
8 of 10 Overlap:
A Must See:
Zeta Report Survival Tips 1:
Zeta Report Survival Tips 2:
Zetatalk/Troubled Times Survival Booklet PDF:
Cover, front and back
Table of Contents and Introduction
Homeless
Settlement
High Tech Note: continued in the next PDF document
Communities
Resources
Addendum

And finally, the Zetatalk predictions for safe locations are 100% accurate.

PDF File:
All data is Cited, Quoted, Credited and Linked to Their respective Originators.
Note Also that no data Before:  July 21, 2010 at 6:07pm ET of this TimeWorld is Displayed! 

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Some EQ on Iris:
21-JUL-2010 07:37:05 -24.08 -66.78 4.4 194.4 SALTA PROVINCE, ARGENTINA
19-JUL-2010 01:00:08 -20.41 -70.27 4.7 34.3 NEAR COAST OF NORTHERN CHILE
18-JUL-2010 02:43:45 -30.59 -71.10 4.7 58.0 NEAR COAST OF CENTRAL CHILE
17-JUL-2010 06:07:43 -24.81 -69.95 5.7 52.7 NORTHERN CHILE
16-JUL-2010 02:25:23 -21.28 -68.00 5.1 115.4 CHILE-BOLIVIA BORDER REGION
15-JUL-2010 04:19:24 -29.94 -71.06 4.5 55.9 NEAR COAST OF CENTRAL CHILE
15-JUL-2010 00:36:07 -33.94 -71.91 5.1 39.5 NEAR COAST OF CENTRAL CHILE
13-JUL-2010 21:12:31 -27.90 -70.72 4.8 67.0 NEAR COAST OF NORTHERN CHILE
12-JUL-2010 12:44:47 -17.02 -70.03 4.7 95.0 NEAR COAST OF PERU
12-JUL-2010 00:11:18 -22.26 -68.20 6.2 91.3 NORTHERN CHILE
11-JUL-2010 08:36:27 -14.93 -73.20 4.7 82.0 CENTRAL PERU

From:
http://www.iris.edu/seismon/zoom/events/?lon=-66.78&lat=-24.08
There are some activity on Liss http://aslwww.cr.usgs.gov/Seismic_Data/heli2.shtml

ie:

Data from station TRIS (Tristan da Cunha, Atlantic Ocean)

Seismic activity map on Sur America:


from:
http://www.masitravel.com/info/ultimos-sismos-sudamerica.htm
I was just informed by Hairy's post and now I see Recall 15 was already on the job. There is nothing like great teamwork.
Good work!

HD.
Soo nice to have this space open again. I missed the blog, and felt like I was going around with the Venezuela-Colombia, sometimes Panama and Ecuador seismic-volcanic data in my hand, unable to find a place to share it. wondering what happened. I did some blogs, but this main ning blog allows me to share and at the same time this info here is a place info is saved, and one can come back to find it.

Again, thanks Recall 15. Thank you!
Thanks Recall, this is great.
Mariaelisa Torres said:
Soo nice to have this space open again. I missed the blog, and felt like I was going around with the Venezuela-Colombia, sometimes Panama and Ecuador seismic-volcanic data in my hand, unable to find a place to share it. wondering what happened. I did some blogs, but this main ning blog allows me to share and at the same time this info here is a place info is saved, and one can come back to find it.
Again, thanks Recall 15. Thank you!

Ok, Mariaelisa and please help to document this kind of plate movements!

These movements are normaly in a slowly pace, but when a poleshift ocurrs, these movements graterly acelerate ie: a movement of the West of the South American Plate that normaly will make in millions of Years, should be completed in minutes...


i don´t want to make this post too Theorical, for the Theorical inclined and the Press, this one is a must a read document:

Caribbean-South American plate interactions, Venezuela
By Hans G. Avé Lallemant, Virginia Baker Sisson

You can find it in this Scholar query:
http://scholar.google.com/scholar?hl=en&lr=&q=caribbean+aut...
Just comparing the other image with this one posted by Mariaelisa Torres @ July 1, 2010:

Duane, that's cute, glad to see this back as well!

Duane Richtsmeier said:
Thank You!
Oh Thank you so much !
My favorite blog is back!@
Just in time!
A lot going down!
Check out www.spaceweather.com
Suns about to go ballistic on us.
Sunset at 9:35 in the NW with a very pink/peach sunset! Will try to spot the moon this evening as we hardly have any clouds!
Central American and the Caribbean Plate:


Quote:
"The Caribbean Plate is a mostly oceanic tectonic plate underlying Central America and the Caribbean Sea off the north coast of South America.
Roughly 3.2 million square kilometers in area, the Caribbean Plate borders the North American Plate, the South American Plate, and the Cocos Plate. The eastern and western margins are active subduction zones where oceanic lithosphere, belonging to the Atlantic Ocean in the east and to the Pacific Ocean in the west, subduct under the Caribbean Plate.

The Puerto Rico Trench is an oceanic trench located on the boundary between the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. The trench is associated with a complex transition between the subduction zone to the south along the Lesser Antilles island arc and the major transform fault zone or plate boundary that extends west between Cuba and Hispaniola through the Cayman Trench to the coast of Central America. The Cocos Plate in the Pacific Ocean is subducted beneath the Caribbean Plate, just off the western coast of Central America at the Central American Trench. This subduction forms the volcanoes of Guatemala, El Salvador, Nicaragua, and Costa Rica. At the triple junction the boundary between the North American plate and the Caribbean plate is formed by the long Montagua transform fault.

The Cayman Trough, or Cayman Trench, also called Bartlett Deep, or Bartlett Trough, is a complex transform boundary which contains a small spreading ridge on the floor of the western Caribbean Sea between Jamaica and the Cayman Islands. During the Eocene the trough was the site of a subduction zone which formed the volcanic arc of the Cayman Ridge and the Sierra Maestra volcanic terrain of Cuba to the north as the northestward moving Caribbean Plate was subducted along the Cuban microplate.

The Caribbean Plate is thought to be a large igneous province that formed in the Pacific Ocean tens of millions of years ago. As the Atlantic ocean widened, North America and South America were pushed westward, and the Pacific Ocean floor began to subduct under the western edges of the American continents. The Caribbean Plate is thicker and lay higher than the rest of the Pacific Ocean floor, and instead overrode the Atlantic Ocean floor, moving eastward relative to North America and South America, and, with the formation of the Isthmus of Panama 2–3 million years ago, ultimately losing its connection to the Pacific.
end quoted

http://whatonearth.olehnielsen.dk/plates/caribbean.asp

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