The 7 of 10 sequence is as follows:
Note the wording: a folding Pacific allowing S America to roll. We have witnessed increasingly active and violent seismic and volcanic activity in the western Pacific from the Kuril Islands south along the Ring of Fire down through New Zealand(1 and 2), including the collapse of the Mariana Trench. We have witnessed flooding and increasingly active and violent seismic and volcanic activity in S America from the tip of the continent north toward Venezuela (4) for quite a while. Now the northern edge of the Pacific is joining the party, including Alaska and even the eastern edge of Siberia.
Howard's blog, Folding Pacific Plates, provides extensive detail on the process here: http://poleshift.ning.com/profiles/blogs/folding-pacific-plates
This link depicts current volcanic activity, also noted in a separate blog on this ning: http://www.volcanodiscovery.com/erupting_volcanoes.html
An excerpt from http://zetatalk.com/info/tinfx095.htm in Troubled Times pertaining to Vancouver Island states the following:
Vancouver Island has added drama as the Juan de Fuca plate will separate under the pressure of subduction and act as a separate entity from both the North America and the Pacific plates. This is the reason for the island having been created in the first place, during prior shifts. Because activity is compression, with the Juan de Fuca plate and the North American plates riding over plates sliding under, legends relay hot earth and boiling rivers.
Buoy 46419, off the southwestern edge of Vancouver Island, has been in nearly continuous tsunami event mode since February 27, 2012. http://www.ndbc.noaa.gov/
This graph represents 12/1/2011-3/29/2012. Note the buoy height consistency until the activity abruptly commences on February 27. There has been a variance of nearly 70 meters recorded by the buoy.
Here is just the last fourteen days:
Seismic activity is increasing all along the western United States and down into Mexico, as evidenced by the 7.1 magnitude Guerrero earthquake. Courtesy Google Earth, note these aspects in the following depiction: the location of Buoy 46419 directly west of Vancouver Island, sitting atop the red and yellow zig-zag of the tectonic plate boundary running alongside the Washington and Oregon coastlines, the red, orange and yellow dots of earthquakes having occurred in the last week only, and the volcanoes noted both in the ocean along the fault line and inland on the Cascade Range. Of note is Interstate 5, which runs from the Canadian Border south to Mexico. Other major interstate routes are also marked.
Note below how the San Andreas Fault runs northeast to meet the Mendocino fracture zone, historically a highly active seismic area, shown in the map below.
The swarms shown at the bottom of the map run along the San Andreas Fault. There has also been increased activity in the seismically active central California area.