An unusually strong whirlpool emerged near the coast of South Africa (NEW ZetaTalk)

Tuesday, 21 February 2012 23:35

As reported today the Daily Mail, the NASA satellite - Terra (EOS AM-1) at December 26, 2011 recorded a giant whirlpool near the coast of South Africa (see the photo at the top of this article). The width of the whirlpool is 170 kilometers and it is located a few hundred meters below of the water surface. According to scientists, this whirlpool emerged from the fact, that beginning to pumping a water from the Indian Ocean to the Atlantic Ocean, perhaps this could cause a climate changes at the beginning of 2012 in South America and South Africa, as well as the mass death of dolphins in the area, scientists can not explain the reason for pumping water from the Indian Ocean to the southern of Atlantic Ocean, which led to the emergence of this whirlpool.

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This question was posed on the 2/25 Q&A and answer provided early.

An unusually strong whirlpool emerged near the coast of South Africa
February 21, 2012
http://hainanwel.com/en/unusual-world/1546-whirlpool-south-africa.html
The width of the whirlpool is 170 kilometers and it is located a few hundred meters below of the water surface. According to scientists, this whirlpool emerged from the fact, that beginning to pumping a water from the Indian Ocean to the Atlantic Ocean. Scientists can not explain the reason for pumping water from the Indian Ocean to the southern of Atlantic Ocean, which led to the emergence of this whirlpool.
[and from another]
Satellite captures enormous 90-mile-wide storm that's Underwater
February 21, 2012
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2104279/Nasa-satelli...
A NASA satellite has provided jaw-dropping pictures of a huge 'storm' brewing under the sea. The swirling mass of water - which measures a whopping 93 miles wide - has been spotted off the coast of South Africa by the Terra satellite on December 26. This counter-clockwise eddy is thought to have peeled off from the Agulhas Current, which flows along the southeastern coast of Africa and around the tip of South Africa.
[and from another]
Cape Agulhas
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cape_Agulhas
It is the geographic southern tip of Africa and the official dividing point between the Atlantic and Indian Oceans.
[and from another]
Agulhas Current
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Agulhas_Current
It flows down the east coast of Africa from 27°S to 40°S. It is narrow, swift and strong.

25fe001.jpg

SOZT
The Figure 8 of the Earth wobble is causes the most extreme movements during the circular swings at the poles of the Earth, and this certainly includes the region of S Africa. First the globe is forced such that S Africa swings to the East, and then as the Figure 8 loop completes, to the West. What this does is produce a pumping action, first increasing water pressure along the east coast, and then reversing this to produce excess water pressure along the west coast. When strong enough, this could literally change the direction of the Agulhas Current, but this point has not yet been reached.

The Agulhas Current normally flows from the Indian Ocean, which has relatively warmer water, to the South Atlantic. When the water pressure in the Indian Ocean is increased by the wobble, this of course increases the pressure of the flow, which would increase in force and speed. None of this in and of itself would produce a whirlpool, however. It is the reverse wobble effect, when S Africa swings to push under the South Atlantic, that produces the whirlpool. When this happens, there is a CLASH in the currents, and the Coriolis Effect as with all water and air in motion on Earth clicks in and creates a whirlpool.

We have warned from the start of ZetaTalk in 1995 that whirlpools should be anticipated during the pole shift.
http://www.zetatalk.com/poleshft/p72.htm
We warned in the year 2000 that giant whirlpools in the oceans
http://www.zetatalk.com/transfor/t88.htm
would begin to manifest, as we knew the Earth wobble was going to begin. When the Earth wobble arrived and whirlpools were reported off the coast of Japan and N America, we repeated our warnings. Weather wobbles affect more than the atmosphere! They affect the oceans,
http://www.zetatalk.com/index/zeta204.htm
and will be on the increase. The Earth wobble, and ONLY the Earth wobble can explain the Agulhas whirlpool.
EOZT

Prior 1996 ZT: http://www.zetatalk.com/poleshft/p72.htm
These giant whirlpools have been recorded by the ancients, as their ships on occasion were caught in them during a pole shift. When one of the fleet managed to escape, the tale was

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Comment by Alison on February 23, 2012 at 12:56am

I should note that at the same time we are having extreme high winds here in Colorado and to the NW. 80 - 100 mile an hour gusts. It is somewhat intimidating when it really gets going. The main thing to note here is when you look at the antipodes map, this part of the world is approximately on the opposite side of where this whirlpool is located.

Antipodes Map

Comment by Fea on February 22, 2012 at 5:23pm

Comment by Nancy Lieder on February 22, 2012 at 3:10pm

This question was posed on the 2/25 Q&A and answer provided early.

An unusually strong whirlpool emerged near the coast of South Africa
February 21, 2012
http://hainanwel.com/en/unusual-world/1546-whirlpool-south-africa.html
The width of the whirlpool is 170 kilometers and it is located a few hundred meters below of the water surface. According to scientists, this whirlpool emerged from the fact, that beginning to pumping a water from the Indian Ocean to the Atlantic Ocean. Scientists can not explain the reason for pumping water from the Indian Ocean to the southern of Atlantic Ocean, which led to the emergence of this whirlpool.
[and from another]
Satellite captures enormous 90-mile-wide storm that's Underwater
February 21, 2012
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2104279/Nasa-satelli...
A NASA satellite has provided jaw-dropping pictures of a huge 'storm' brewing under the sea. The swirling mass of water - which measures a whopping 93 miles wide - has been spotted off the coast of South Africa by the Terra satellite on December 26. This counter-clockwise eddy is thought to have peeled off from the Agulhas Current, which flows along the southeastern coast of Africa and around the tip of South Africa.
[and from another]
Cape Agulhas
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cape_Agulhas
It is the geographic southern tip of Africa and the official dividing point between the Atlantic and Indian Oceans.
[and from another]
Agulhas Current
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Agulhas_Current
It flows down the east coast of Africa from 27°S to 40°S. It is narrow, swift and strong.

25fe001.jpg

SOZT
The Figure 8 of the Earth wobble is causes the most extreme movements during the circular swings at the poles of the Earth, and this certainly includes the region of S Africa. First the globe is forced such that S Africa swings to the East, and then as the Figure 8 loop completes, to the West. What this does is produce a pumping action, first increasing water pressure along the east coast, and then reversing this to produce excess water pressure along the west coast. When strong enough, this could literally change the direction of the Agulhas Current, but this point has not yet been reached.

The Agulhas Current normally flows from the Indian Ocean, which has relatively warmer water, to the South Atlantic. When the water pressure in the Indian Ocean is increased by the wobble, this of course increases the pressure of the flow, which would increase in force and speed. None of this in and of itself would produce a whirlpool, however. It is the reverse wobble effect, when S Africa swings to push under the South Atlantic, that produces the whirlpool. When this happens, there is a CLASH in the currents, and the Coriolis Effect as with all water and air in motion on Earth clicks in and creates a whirlpool.

We have warned from the start of ZetaTalk in 1995 that whirlpools should be anticipated during the pole shift.
http://www.zetatalk.com/poleshft/p72.htm
We warned in the year 2000 that giant whirlpools in the oceans
http://www.zetatalk.com/transfor/t88.htm
would begin to manifest, as we knew the Earth wobble was going to begin. When the Earth wobble arrived and whirlpools were reported off the coast of Japan and N America, we repeated our warnings. Weather wobbles affect more than the atmosphere! They affect the oceans,
http://www.zetatalk.com/index/zeta204.htm
and will be on the increase. The Earth wobble, and ONLY the Earth wobble can explain the Agulhas whirlpool.
EOZT

Prior 1996 ZT: http://www.zetatalk.com/poleshft/p72.htm
These giant whirlpools have been recorded by the ancients, as their ships on occasion were caught in them during a pole shift. When one of the fleet managed to escape, the tale was

Comment by Planet Twelve on February 22, 2012 at 2:01pm

"scientists can not explain the reason for pumping water from the Indian Ocean to the southern of Atlantic Ocean"

No.  Because they will not acknowledge or are ordered to cover up the nearby presence of the returned, as predicted,  giant wandering magnetic Planet X. The guilty party in all of this.

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