This is the headline on my forthcoming newsletter, usually issued on Sunday, but this week, by December 31, 2010. This is the draft. I will try to keep this blog up top for the next few days as so many will be checking in re this. Below, the draft newsletter ...
7 of 10 Arrives!
Java began sinking on December 23, 2010, though this was only reported as flooding that refuses to drain. This occurred from one end of the island to the other, and primarily on the southern side of Java, which is being pulled down. By December 25, 2010 the Indo-Australian Plate began lifting on its eastern side. And by December 26, 2010 the Mariana and Philippine plates also began tilting. The buoys from the Philippine Sea to Tasmania show this, irrefutably. Queensland and the Philippine Islands suddenly had monstrous flooding due to the water draining toward the low sides of these tilting plates. Details on these issues are below, in this newsletter. Of course, as the Zetas had stated, the trend would be obvious before the scenarios started to unfold in ernest. This was outlined in Issue 208
of this newsletter on October 24, 2010, as the drumroll could be heard. Lets revisit the Zeta 7 of 10 predictions, and the predicted sequence of events, as they were outlined in Issue 207
of this newsletter on October 17, 2010.
ZetaTalk Prediction 10/16/2010:
As the Indo-Australia Plate lifts and slides, this allows the Pacific plates to shift west, which allows S America to shift west also. This is greatly increased by the folding of the Mariana Trench and the Philippine Plate. But it is the Indo-Australian Plate that gives way to incite change in these other plates, and this is what is manifesting now to those closely following the changes. The sequence of events is, thus a tipping Indo-Australia Plate with Indonesia sinking, a folding Pacific…
Because of media suppression of any flooding in Indonesia, the public is unlikely to learn that this has occurred until it becomes extreme, within 2-3 of the start, per the Zetas, as outlined in Issue 217
of this newsletter on December 26, 2010.
ZetaTalk Prediction 12/18/2010:
The 7 of 10 will unfold but not as expected by many. It will not be a dramatic announcement on the news, as the establishment is ready for this, due to the extensive discussions. As we stated, there would be large quakes when Indonesia sinks but not the major quakes one would expect, not magnitude 8-9. Already there are many periods when quakes line the plate borders, and hammer there. During one such episode, the elevation will start to drop. We have never stated, in our predictions, how fast this would go, just said "suddenly". The start will be sudden, almost without warning, but the progress not swift as in the pole shift hour. It will be a steady sinking, in short bursts, over a 2-3 week period.
Meanwhile, Indonesian politicians leap in to suppress any hint that their country is not safe for tourists, as this local incident shows.
Psychic's Claims Spook Locals, Hurt Bookings
December 27, 2010
The government is working to dispel rumours sparked by a fortune teller that Andaman coastal provinces will be hit by a tsunami. Anchalee Vanich, the prime minister's deputy secretary-general and a resident of Phuket, said a vigorous campaign was under way to reassure residents and tourists along the Andaman coast. Residents are frightened after a fortune teller predicted a tsunami would hit the region on December 30. Some tourists are reported to have cancelled their hotel bookings. Kruawan Jankaew, a geologist with Chulalongkorn University's faculty of science, said there was very little chance of a tsunami in the near future since there have been no warning signs.
Thus, the Zetas had predicted that where the first 7 of 10 scenario would arrive by the end of 2010, for the world to become shocked by the 7 of 10 scenarios would not necessarily arrive by the end of 2010. But the 7 of 10 scenarios have certainly begun!
ZetaTalk Statement 6/19/2010:
One or more of the plate movements described would happen by the end of 2010, when a 7 of 10 would have arrived, and that a 7 of 10 would "shock the world" so that there would be no doubt it had arrived.
ZetaTalk Statement 7/31/2010:
A summary of proceedings around the world could include the Earth changes, where we have inferred a 7 of 10 would arrive by the end of 2010. We are currently at a 6 and our statement is that a 7 of 10 would "shock the world" and be unmistakable. At least one of them will occur before the end of 2010.
ZetaTalk Statement 8/7/2010:
Our prediction that a 7 of 10 will occur by the end of 2010, and will "shock the world".
ZetaTalk Statement 9/11/2010:
We have stated that the 7 of 10 will "shock the world", and this has not yet happened.
On December 23, 2010 extensive flooding on Java was reported. By December 29, 2010 there had been NO RELIEF, though a loss of elevation was not admitted. The identical news released on December 23 was repeated on December 29. This was the same pattern with Pakistan, where the flood waters in July were claimed to be draining, for months, until recently when it was admitted by NASA that a permanent loss of elevation had occurred, as outlined in Issue 217
of this newsletter on December 26, 2010.
Java lies along the bottom of the curve of the plate tongue holding Indonesia, and would likely experience the sinking early in the 2-3 week process. A check on the elevation of these inundated Javanese locales shows that their elevation is LOW, with coastal access, so likely to be inundated by a loss of the 80 foot sea level predicted by the Zetas.
Floods Hit Six Villages in Indonesia
December 29, 2010
Floods inundated at least six villages in Cilacap District, Central Java Province, the Indonesian news agency reported Wednesday. "Incessant heavy rains triggered the floods at several villages. A Cikawung river’s dam also got burst," Among the affected villages were Mekarsari and Sidasari in Cipari sub district, Mulyadadi and Pahonjean in Majenang sub district, and Cimanggu and Cilempuyang in Cimanggu sub district.
Floods Hit Six Villages in Indonesia
December 29, 2010
Heavy floods are still posing a serious threat in many parts of Indonesia this week, following inundations in some villages in Cilacap (Central Java) as well as Lombok Timur and Dompu (West Nusa Tenggara). Floods also submerged several hundred houses in two villages in Pringgebaya subdistrict, Lombok Timur district, and a number of villages in Dompu district, West Nusa Tenggara province, recently.
At first, it looked like Lombok Timur was the exception, as it was not on lowland. But in the earlier article raging waters from the Kokok Desa River was mentioned, and this rises from the coastline to Lombok Timur, so that tidal bore could be occurring there.
Floods Still Posing Threat In Indonesia
December 23, 2010
While, Head of Pringgebaya subdistrict Irpan Widiatma said the floods inundated Pringgebaya and Pringgebaya Utara villages due to the overflowing of Kokok Desa river.
All this was predicted in Sabdo Palon's Javanese prophecy, as outlined in Issue 213
of this newsletter, on November 28, 2010.
Utterly afflicted will be, those who live in the land of Java. Such is the sign of the coming of the year. When one crosses a river is an instance. He is still in the middle of the river when flash flood comes rushing, its depth drowns men. Rivers are overflowing so much, looking like high tides. Like flood tide climbing inland, destroying left and right.
The eastern edge of the Indo-Australian Plate is rising. One can see by the IRIS chart below that the eastern edge of the Indo-Australian Plate is outlined in quakes, at and just east of Vanuatu where a magnitude 7.6 quake occurred on December 25, 2010. Vanuatu had 23 quakes over magnitude 5 with a 24 hour period after that, and continues to be hammered. In the days following, it was clear from the buoy alerts
in the area that this eastern edge of the plate had risen!
There had been instances this past year when the Coral Sea, just east of Australia, gave buoy evidence of a rising sea bed, as noted on July 11, 2010 in Issue 193.
of this newsletter. Per the Zetas, the Coral Sea bed was a weak point in the plate, and was bending under the weight of the eastern edge of the plate as this side of the plate tilted up. The Indo-Australian Plate is being tilted and driven under the Himalayas, thus eventually giving New Zealand and the eastern edge of Australia an increase in elevation. Buoys in the Coral Sea are again showing a rising sea bed, by both buoy 55012 and 55023. By December 28, 2010 this was rapidly changing!
ZetaTalk Explanation 7/3/2010:
When asked about this in April, 2010 when buoy 55023 first began showing the sea floor rise, we mentioned not only the steadily rise of the eastern edge of the Indo-Australian Plate but flexible parts of this plate while can flex when the plate position changes. Plates are heavy, and when they are tipped up, they can bend at the point where they are becoming suspended, bend under the weight of rock no longer supported by magma. A void is created under that part of the plate, in essence. The sudden precipitous drop in water height on June 25 does indeed have a relationship to the 7.1 quake in the Solomons a day later. This activity, the lift in the plate, has gotten stronger, and the trend will only increase in the near future.
On December 25, 2010, in step with the Vanuatu hammering, the plate edge itself rose! Buoys 51425 and 51426 east of Vanuatu, in the South Sea island regions of Fiji and Tonga which ride on the eastern edge of the Indo-Australian Plate, are showing a sea floor rise, and by December 28, 2010 this rise was obvious.
Is the entire eastern edge of the Indo-Australian Plate rising? Yes! A quick check to see what is occurring south of New Zealand, or above NW Australia, shows this to be the case! And rather suddenly! And rapidly since December 26, 2010 it would seem.
If a plate tilts, will water drain down toward the low end of the plate? Yes! And this in fact happened along the Queensland coastline, evident by December 29, 2010. Note that the excessive flooding is ALL along rivers draining into the seas to the east of the Queensland coastline. Just where the draining water from a tilted plate would be trapped!
Queensland Flooding 'Could Last Weeks'
December 29, 2010
Residents evacuated from flooded Queensland towns have been warned they may not be able to return to their homes for weeks. The last of Theodore's residents were evacuated this morning, with all eyes now on Bundaberg, where residents are today bracing for the city’s highest flood in 50 years. The evacuation of an entire town is unprecedented in Queensland. These floodwaters are likely to remain high for a long period of time. In some cases that might be measured in weeks, rather than days. Rail services have been suspended after water rose over the Burnett River bridge. Evacuations are also underway in the town of Emerald. Meanwhile residents in the flood-ravaged town of Dalby on the northern Darling Downs have just two days’ supply of drinking water left after the region’s water treatment plant was inundated. The swollen Myall Creek inundated more than 100 homes in the town earlier this week, forcing about 60 residents into evacuation centres.
ZetaTalk Explanation 1/1/2011:
In warning about the effects of the pole shift tides, we have often mentioned that a slosh can run UP river. This prevents the rivers from draining, and thus, rivers will rise beyond their flood level, to an astonishing degree. Where the current flooding along coastal Queensland is not due to the pole shift tides, it is related to the rising of the eastern edge of the Indo-Australian Plate. As the buoys in the area show, the entire region is rising. Water trapped between two land masses has difficulty redistributing quickly and smoothly, as EVERY direction has water rushing about, trying to find the lowest level. The sudden rise in the floor of the seas around eastern Australia caused this water to flow WEST, primarily, and for the coast of Queensland, this included flowing UP river. There has been, as we predicted, an attempt to disguised this slosh by pointing to the weather. Weather reports are pointing to rainfall along the COAST, where this slosh is most noticeable. But why would rainfall on the coast cause such extensive flooding upriver? The cover-up over the effects of the plate movements in this region will not succeed, nor will it fool the public for long.
By December 28, 2010 yet more signs of plates rising in this region occurred. Just north of New Guinea, on the little Caroline Plate sandwiched beneath the Philippine Plate and above the northern edge of the Indo-Australian Plate, buoy 52403 showed the sea floor rapidly rising.
If this plate and the Indo-Australian Plate are rising, due to pressure from the compressing Pacific, what is happening north of this location where we expect the Mariana Plate to fold against the Pacific Plate, rising the eastern edge of both these plates, temporarily. Well, these plates ARE rising, along their eastern edges! Again, this rise has been sudden, only since December 26, 2010, as these graphs captured on December 28, 2010 show. The biggest rise, as might be expected, is on the eastern edge of the Mariana Plate. The plates are folding!
And sure enough, the water draining from the rising Philippine Sea on the eastern side of the Philippine Plate inundated the eastern side of the Philippine islands! The 7 of 10 sequences have begun, have arrived, with MUCH more to follow, shortly!
Continuous rains cause landslide, flood in parts of Albay
December 29, 2010
A heavy downpour in Bicol since [Dec 28] has triggered landslides and flashfloods in several parts of the province. Several villages in Legazpi City were already submerged in flood waters. In Sitio Capantaran, Imalnod, the river has overflowed. It flooded rice fields with neck high waters. Flash floods also hit downtown Legazpi, where several houses were reportedly submerged. In Albay, 2,719 people from landslide-prone areas were brought to evacuation centers. Authorities said the downpour could still last up to 2 days, prompting Albay officials to prepare relief assistance. The excessive rainfall was reportedly caused by wind convergence near the province.