As you said that during 7 of 10 Mariana Trench will be compressed and Pacific will be folding it seems the last one will narrow for several hundred meters or even several kilometers. And I can suppose SA will move west the same distance. Then you seemed to state Southern tip of SA will not almost move but the Northern border will do that well. So the tendency is that one part / tip of a plate moves more to this or that direction than other parts / tips. This is true for Africa plate also. Can you say the exact distances that different parts of SA will move west on? And what is for Africa with its movement west and south? If the Northern border of SA moves west for several kilometers will country Panama be partially destroyed?

The roll of Africa, as we have described, will be more of a twist in place, so that the southern tip of the African Plate shifts somewhat to the west, toward the void opened up by the spreading Atlantic Rift, while the plate overall drops enough that having the top part shift to the east does not do damage along the plate boundaries. The Straits of Gibraltar will open an additional 125 miles and the northern point at Morocco will move 50 miles further east. All points around the northern border of Africa will move commensurately. S Africa will find itself similarly 125 miles further south, and westward by about 35 miles. Indonesia, as we have described, is already buckling and sinking.

But beyond the sinking of the tip of the plate tongue holding Indonesia, the action is not in Indonesia. It is rather in the folding plates, where the Mariana Islands on the lifting eastern edge of the Mariana Plate will tilt and move an estimated 47 miles closer to the Philippine Islands. The Mariana Plate and the Mariana Trench to the east of this plate will essentially disappear, having folded, with only the Mariana Islands in a tentative survival situation. This provides an estimated 125 miles of room for S America to roll to the west, but the plate boundaries in the central Pacific have also been steadily adjusting. Overall S America now has 250 miles to roll, dragging the Caribbean and pushing over the Cocos and Nazca plates before it. This 250 miles is the degree of rip in the south Atlantic Rift, affording the African Plate roll room to maneuver.

We have not detailed our expectation of the degree of tilt or sinking for each and every Caribbean island during the S America roll, nor will we at this time. Beyond what we have stated, that no island in the Caribbean will be unaffected, or that the islands just to the north of the plate border with S America will be the most gravely affected and likely to sink entirely, we are not allowed to say more at this time. Since Panama and the other countries in Central America are situated on the S American plate, they will be pushed over the Cocos Plate with great trauma to these countries. As for S America itself, it sustains great quakes along the Andes and on the northern border which is grinding over the Caribbean Plate. 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.


Source: ZetaTalk Chat Q&A for December 4, 2010

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Comment by gabriela tripoul on December 10, 2010 at 6:37pm

Once again thanks for all answers. We are next to maroko, more down towards the aequator. above Cape Verde Island. There are 7 Islands in Total: teneriffe, fuerteventura,lanzarote, granCanaria, la palma +++

Comment by astrogal50 on December 10, 2010 at 5:16pm

Aquarius:  You have some studying to do at Zetatalk.com, and I recommend you get started ASAP.  You can start with the featured blogs, forums, and discussions listed on the Main Page, including finding a Safe Location and important steps to take.  There is also information about the sequence of events for the disasters before the pole shift, including the European Tsunami that will affect you and many millions of Europeans.

 

But please do not ask Members, Nancy, or the Zetas to hold your hand or do the work for you.  All the information you actually need is available, and you do not need the date of the pole shift (or the other big events); we should not expect the Zetas to ever give us dates.  After you do your homework and if you still have questions, then please come back with those questions.

Comment by Recall 15 on December 9, 2010 at 9:30pm
Ok Gabriela, of Germany where exactly on the world are you?

meanwhile this may help:

European Tsunami Survival:
http://poleshift.ning.com/profiles/blogs/what-would-you-do-if-you-w...

Azores:
http://www.zetatalk.com/info/tinfx327.htm



related info:
http://www.zetatalk.com/info/tinfx327.htm
Comment by KM on December 9, 2010 at 9:17pm
Take a look at Zetatalk.com and do a search for the information you are looking for. Also there have been a number of blogs posted in the last day or so and these will have the information on them you may be asking about. As well the main page has a search for topics you may be interested in.
Comment by gabriela tripoul on December 9, 2010 at 9:12pm
that´s not where we are, we are next to afrika, lower down.......so if there is land rising .. and america is jumping toward us , .there will be a tidal wave.....of quite some size.....when can i see PX with my bare eyes ?
Comment by Recall 15 on December 9, 2010 at 8:12pm
No, Gabriela, there is a Triple junction there:
Quoted:
"he Azores Triple Junction is a geologic triple junction where the boundaries of three tectonic plates intersect: the North American Plate, the Eurasian Plate and the African Plate. This triple junction is located along the Mid-Atlantic Ridge amidst the Azores islands, nearly due west of the Straits of Gibraltar. It is classed as a R-R-R triple junction, T type (for its shape), as it is an intersection of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge running north-south and the Terceira Rift which runs east-southeast. "
from:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Azores_Triple_Junction

Also:

From:
http://www.ija.csic.es/

Due these movement is most probably that new land rise from the bottom of the sea!
Comment by KM on December 9, 2010 at 8:06pm
Take a look at the Safe locations information on the main page of the discussion and locate where you live to see if it is in a safe place or not.
Comment by gabriela tripoul on December 9, 2010 at 7:11pm
so, i suppose canary islands will disapear <'

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