The Zetas said 2 to 3 weeks starting at the end of December overlapping into January. We already passed their forecast. Is it delayed again? It seems that after the 20th everything went quiet again. They said that at this point there is no reason to keep secrets anymore, any comments? Is the CoW going to interfere on the timing of the earthquake/tsunami, meaning would they prevent it to occur for example in the middle of the night to minimize chaos and deaths? Waiting for storms to pass?



What were our actual words, when Nancy relayed them? “We are now detailing that the New Madrid unzipping will occur over a 3 week period, starting toward the end of 2021 and overlapping into 2022.” The start was to occur toward the end of 2021 and overlap into 2022. Which it did, as the unzipping at the start of the New Madrid Fault Line began at the breach where the Tehuantepec Ridge fracture on the Cocos Plate connects with the fracture on the thin crust on the tip of Mexico just below the Pemex gas fields.

The heart hears what it wishes to hear and everyone, including Nancy, heard that the entire unzipping would occur during this 3 week period.

The New Madrid is now unzipping and will not abate or respite. Our words during the initial prediction in 2010 were also “there will be one large jolt with a subsequent and almost immediate tearing of the Atlantic.” This large jolt has not yet happened, but the unzipping from the juncture at the Cocos Plate and then through the Pemex gas fields and into the Gulf has started. What has the process been during this 3 week start? The Pacific compressed on January 14. Deep quakes at the Tehuantepec Ridge juncture with the tip of Mexico occurred and the fracturing of the Cocos Plate included heaving in the floor of the Rivera Plate along the California coastline.

The unzipping then arrived at the Pemex gas fields, where the coverup over this process forced a temporary closure of the Raspberry Shakes seismograph which was then adjusted to disguise the process ongoing. As we have repeatedly stated, the unzipping will “come up from the Gulf, travel up the Mississippi River and along the East Coast Fault Line, and finalize under the Seaway.” Unzipping under the waters of the Gulf is not visible to the common man, though the Junta has planted underwater seismographs along the fault. New Orleans is now in harms way.

Source:ZetaTalk Chat Q&A for January 31, 2022

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Comment by Nancy Lieder on February 1, 2022 at 4:35pm

Spiral in the sky, January 31, 2022 over head in Jane/Pineview, Missouri area.  Spiral in the sky, January 31, 2022 over head in Jane/Pineview, Missouri area.  [and from another] http://poleshift.ning.com/profiles/blogs/spiral-warnings?xg_source=activity


SOZT

If the quakes in OK and TX indicate that the land there is being pulled down to the SW, then how does this affect the hard rock of the Ozarks? We have confirmed that when this slide to the SW pulls the hard rock on either side of the town of New Madrid apart, the rupture of the New Madrid fault line will occur. Meanwhile, the Ozarks are experiencing rock compression, and this results in electronic screech in the rock. This screech is an attractant for any charge in the atmosphere, which then wants to ground. This blue spiral is very similar to the Norway spiral in 2009. 

http://poleshift.ning.com/profiles/blogs/spiral-warnings?xg_source=...
Note the location of the Ozarks spiral. It stands between the OK quake swarms and the town of New Madrid. Rock strata maps show that the soft rock surrounding the Gulf of Mexico ends at the town of New Madrid, which stands like a sentinel at the gateway between East and West in the continental US. The exact date and time of the jolt that will start the final New Madrid Fault Line rupture is not yet established, but it is clearly close at hand. The Ozarks will not tear apart. The Appalachian Mountains will not tear apart. But the fault line will.

EOZT

Prior ZT: http://www.zetatalk.com/ning/28fe2022.htm

When the rock on either side of the fault at the town of New Madrid has been pulled apart such that the rock under New Madrid has become thin and lost its ability to hold the two sides together, it will rupture. 

Comment by Kamil Rak on January 31, 2022 at 10:34pm

M 4.5 - northern East Pacific Rise

https://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/eventpage/us7000gggs/executive

The Cocos Plate is fracturing.

Comment by jorge namour on January 31, 2022 at 6:39pm

M 4.9 - OKLAHOMA - 2022-01-31 17:10:21 UTC
https://www.emsc-csem.org/Earthquake/earthquake.php?id=1092445

EMSC https://www.emsc-csem.org/Earthquake/Testimonies/comments.php?id=10...

Witness location : Blackwell (United States) (39 km E from epicenter)

There was a big “pop” then rumbling for 10 seconds.
Our house shook and it seemed like it lasted forever!

Comment by Nancy Lieder on January 31, 2022 at 3:06pm

The Cocos Plate has fractured! Along the line from the Isthmus of the Teh Ridge down along the Teh Ridge. Also note a new quake where the Rivera Platelet is narrowly connected to the Cocos Plate. This is likely now becoming an independent platelet too. Now the SW slide can pick up speed!

Comment by Nancy Lieder on January 30, 2022 at 5:15pm

Why do TX and OK have so many quake swarms? It’s every day, and endless but the rest of the country does not have this.

SOZT
We have often addressed stretch zones and why they are considered silent. A crevasse may open up, or a bridge or structure pull apart and drop, but these events are not accompanied by earthquakes. It is where rock masses are asked to make room for other rock masses that earthquakes occur. During all the predecessor events that have preceded the big New Madrid rupture, a drop to the SW of the Mainland Portion does not seem to have happened. Or did it?

The Mainland Portion includes the mountains in the west, which stretch along the Continental Divide from Canada down to the tip of Mexico. When these are asked to adjust, whether via a slip-slide or subduction or rock shattering clash, they complain with jolting earthquakes. This can be seen on the earthquake charts. The expanding Seaway likewise records quakes in the rock on either side, though the record shows destruction occurs primarily in the soft rock that is amenable to a stretch.

But what about the daily swarms in Oklahoma and Texas where such hard rock strata is not a factor? The Mainland Portion of N America has steadily been sliding to the SW, albeit silently. If one were to take a geological survey in the regions of Oklahoma and Texas where these swarms occur, one would find landmarks further apart or closer together, or roadways that skew where they are supposed to be straight. At what point will this silent shift to the SW affect the New Madrid rupture?

When the rock on either side of the fault at the town of New Madrid has been pulled apart such that the rock under New Madrid has become thin and lost its ability to hold the two sides together, it will rupture. Thus the steady silent slide to the SW represented by these quake swarms in Oklahoma and Texas are key to the rupture to come!
EOZT

Comment by Nancy Lieder on January 29, 2022 at 4:18pm

New Madrid Earthquakes of 1811–12
https://www.britannica.com/event/New-Madrid-earthquakes-of-1811-1812
Ground shaking was felt as far away as Canada in the north and the Gulf Coast in the south. Eyewitness accounts noted that the shaking rang church bells as far away as Boston, Massachusetts, and brought down chimneys in Cincinnati, Ohio
[and from another]
Summary of 1811-1812 New Madrid Earthquakes Sequence
https://www.usgs.gov/programs/earthquake-hazards/science/summary-18...
They were by far the largest east of the Rocky Mountains in the U.S. and Canada. The area of strong shaking associated with these shocks is two to three times as large as that of the 1964 Alaska earthquake and 10 times as large as that of the 1906 San Francisco earthquake. 
[and from another]
The Great Midwest Earthquake of 1811
https://www.smithsonianmag.com/science-nature/the-great-midwest-ear...
Tuttle’s team excavated potsherds, spear points and corn kernels and realized that many of the sand blows were more than 200 years old. “Some had archaeological sites on top of them with 2,000-year-old artifacts,”?Tuttle says. “There’s no way the New Madrid earthquakes were a one-time freak event.” The Midwest had been slammed by violent quakes around A.D. 1450 and 900 and 2350 B.C.—and probably more often.
[and from another]
https://www.researchgate.net/figure/Map-showing-the-location-of-the...

SOZT
We predicted that the New Madrid rupture will be “a huge jolt, with little warning”. History shows that the last adjustment in 1811 had a similar arrival. There was no warning. It was sudden. What would cause the Mainland Portion to suddenly slide to the SW, tearing the New Madrid Fault Line from the tip of Mexico to the mouth of the Seaway? This process is clearly blocked from happening by the solid Cocos Plate, which must likewise move aside or rupture for the Mainland Portion to drop. This rupture point is at the triple juncture where the Tehuantepec Isthmus is located.

To the East of this point the SE Portion of the N American Plate is calm, wrapped around and hooked by the Caribbean Plate, glued to the Africa Plate at the eastern side, and just not inclined to move to the West. To the West of this triple juncture point the Mainland Portion is restless, as the seismographs show. The history of this triple juncture point shows repeated trauma. The Tehuantepec Isthmus shows a mountain range pulled apart, land on both sides eroded so that only a narrow waist remains. History repeats, and 1811 shows that the rupture will likely occur suddenly, with little warning.
EOZT

Prior Prediction 2010: https://www.zetatalk.com/info/tinfx050.htm
For the New Madrid, which will include the European tsunami in its effects, there will be one large jolt with a subsequent and almost immediate tearing of the Atlantic. We have stated that the European tsunami will be the largest, but smaller ones will follow in time. Likewise for the New Madrid adjustment, which involves a tearing of the entire N American continent from the seaway down to Mexico. This adjustment will not occur until minor rock fingers have been steadily broken in a number of places. The areas to be affected have already been experiencing quake swarms, buckling roadways, sinkholes, breaking dams, and unsettling jigging which is unexplained by the authorities. When the primary blockage gives, there will be a huge jolt, with little warning. Aftershocks will continue until the time of the pole shift itself.

Comment by Carlos Villa on January 29, 2022 at 5:07am
Back in Dec 19, 2021 I saw the date of Dec 27 as somehow being important. I told my loved ones that I felt that the 27 is when things would start. On that day, the Permian Basin recorded the biggest earthquake ever in that region. Then someone asked me something about my birthday which is Feb 1 and I immediately saw an image of what looked like a sideways broomstick which I understood to represent the month of February. The first third of the broomstick had a massive hole in it so feb 1 to the 10th. I've had many visions before which have guided me through life but this one was very weird and I'm not sure what it really means as it was very vague. I took this as I had until the 10th of Feb to order any supplies I needed before some kind of hole or interruptions was to make things difficult. This is the first time that I have ever published any of my visions and I hesitated a lot before posting this as I know this site to be a very serious site and what we really should be relying on is what Nancy and the Zetas tell us as anything else is just not reliable.
Comment by Kamil Rak on January 28, 2022 at 11:19pm

The way I see it, it could take up to several weeks until the big jolt occurs. Could be sooner though.

Comment by John Sheldon on January 28, 2022 at 8:24pm

Does anyone have a gut feel for when the New Madrid might complete?  An obvious questions on everyone's mind.  This matters to everyone - especially to those who live in unsafe areas, or those who are traveling to unsafe areas.  We are coming up on March-April, which is another time of year when so many travel.  Is any prediction still just a wild guess?

We owe our gratitude and thanks to Nancy, the Zetas, Ning moderators, and Ning researchers for their guidance and information over the years.  Words can't express my/our appreciation.  Thank you to all involved for your many contributions.

Most of us interpreted the recent ZT wrong, in thinking the New Madrid and Atlantic Rip were going to complete in January 2022.  Many of us thought it was going to go down in 2011 or 2012.  Or 2017.  Or 2020.  Or 2021, and now Jan 2022.  But it didn't, and we didn't leave.  We are still here... because we know the research is right.  And now we are close.  Our thoughts and prayers go out to all of humanity, as we sit on the precipice of profound change, including the billions of unsuspecting people who were deceived by the cover-up, who don't know what is coming, who haven't prepared, who didn't move, or didn't want to believe.

This is probably total BS, and it is old news, but strange that Amazon Alexa gives a prediction for something significantly bad to happen on February 22, 2022 at 2:22am: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7j4j6JtyeXc.  Just interesting timing considering where we are today, just over 3 weeks out.  Sorry to post this here, if there is a better blog to put it in.

Love & light,

j

Comment by Nancy Lieder on January 28, 2022 at 3:20pm

Cocos Plate on the move?
[and from another]
Very strong mag. 6.1 earthquake - North Pacific Ocean, Panama, on Friday, Jan 28, 2022 6:14 am (GMT -5) - 1 hour 18 minutes ago
https://www.volcanodiscovery.com/earthquakes/6621265/2022-01-28/11h...

SOZT
The Cocos Plate stands in the way of the Mainland Portion’s slide to the SW, and something must give. There are several possibilities. The Cocos Plate can fracture along the Tehuantepec Ridge. This fracture point, which touches on the triple juncture which separates the Mainland Portion and SE Portion of the N American Plate at the tip of Mexico, is where the New Madrid Fault Line begins. The Cocos Plate can also shift westward, but this would require a major push against the Pacific Plate. Or the Cocos Plate could shift southward to override or fracture the Nazca Plate.

As can be seen from the many platelets near the epicenter of this January 28 quake, pressure to give the Cocos and Nazca Plates room to move during a New Madrid adjustment has happened before. The North Andes Platelet in Colombia and the little Panama Plate both show these pressure points. Clearly the tip of the Nazca Plate that reaches up toward Panama is fragile and likely to break from the Nazca Plate. But does this give the Mainland Portion the room it needs to slide to the SW?

We predict the likely outcome will be a combination of maneuvers. The little Rivera platelet can snap off, allowing it to maneuver independently. The portion of the Nazca Plate reaching up to Panama could likewise snap to become an independent platelet. The Cocos Plate at present is riding up over the coast of Mexico but could likewise tilt, giving the Mainland Portion more room to shift toward the Pacific. But most likely the Cocos Plate will fracture at the Tehuantepec Ridge juncture, so that the northern part of the Cocos Plate will shift westward. Geology in motion.
EOZT

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