Bow stress in the west along St. Lawrence Seaway on June 30, 2014

A certain characteristic motion wave, a large wave like a very complex serration continuing rhythmically for a few hours,

was recorded at eight stations in Michigan on May 27, 30, or June 4, 2014.

Bow stress in the North America caused a characteristic underground motion around Michigan

This wave form was recorded again at nineteen stations around the southern parts of Province of Ontario or Quebec, in the west along the St. Lawrence on June 24, 25, 26, and 30 in 2014.

It was recorded at station I53A on June 25, 26 and 30, at station F57A on June 24, and at all other stations except I53A and F57A on June 30.

The bow stress has an influence of the stretching along St. Lawrence Seaway steadily.

http://www.zetatalk.com/newsletr/issue052.htm

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ZetaTalk: 

http://www.zetatalk.com/ning/04sp2010.htm

One can see from a map of the underlying rock strata that the Seaway began forming due to a weak connection between rock strata of different formation types. This is similar to the seam in an article of clothing. Not visible necessarily from outside the garment, but a weak point and liable to rip first or most readily when the seam starts to unravel. The Seaway in essence runs along this boundary, except for Lake Erie which is south of the boundary. There is, thus, the potential for the Seaway to break through between Lake Huron and Lake Ontario, a path already forming as the geology of eastern Lake Huron shows. Such a breach would run well north of Toronto, and would create a crevasse rather than sink land, so in the scheme of things would not be that traumatic for most residents in the area. We have mentioned that Niagara Falls would widen, the Seaway finding new routes in the shattered rock, and thus the falls essentially gone. 


The locks between the Great Lakes will be shattered or broken long before the hour of the pole shift, so adjustments in lake water height will have started. The Seaway split has chosen to run through Duluth, MN and on west from there rather than through Wisconsin where the bond between the various rock stratas is of a stronger nature. The Seaway can be expected to proceed, thus, beyond Duluth, creating a crevasse again through upper Minnesota, with sympathetic rumpling of lands all the way to the Black Hills. Wisconsin has been splitting along rock strata too, creating the Green Bay peninsula at the juncture of Green Bay and the body of Wisconsin, as the peninsula has a different rock type. This split will continue and widen, creating a bay all the way to Madison and potentially through to the upper Mississippi, although this breach will certainly occur at Chicago through the canals dug under this city.

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ZetaTalk: 

http://www.zetatalk.com/ning/11de2010.htm

During the 7 of 10 New Madrid adjustment the Seaway will be affected, as we mentioned earlier. It will not tear open to the degree we predicted for the pole shift itself, but weak points along the Seaway will adjust. During the 7 of 10 Duluth will find crevasses nearby, similar to the crevasse that has occurred recently in the Michigan Penninsula, but with greater depth and scope. Inland locks along the Seaway will break. Detroit and Toronto will be unaffected during the 7 of 10 except of course for earthquake damage. As the New Madrid fault line runs up along the Seaway just under the Great lakes in Ohio, cities such as Cleveland and Toledo will find their infrastructure greatly shattered in places as the rock beneath them will jut or drop, vertical adjustments. Buffalo, being virtually on the fault line, will likewise be shattered in this way, such that freeways become useless, but the seaway at Niagara Falls will remain.

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[Stations]

01) TA.D52A; ZEK Kipawa Senerzegues Township, QC, CAN; 46.98 N, 78.41 W

   2014/06/30

http://rev.seis.sc.edu/stations/TA/D52A?year=2014&month=6&d...

02) TA.D53A; Lac Vacive, Pontiac, Mrc, QC, CAN; 47.08 N, 77.70 W

   2014/06/30

http://rev.seis.sc.edu/stations/TA/D53A?year=2014&month=6&d...

03) TA.D54A; Lac Fusel, La Vallee-de-La-Gatineau, QC, CAN; 47.15 N, 76.66 W

   2014/06/30

http://rev.seis.sc.edu/stations/TA/D54A?year=2014&month=6&d...

04) TA.E52A; Mattawa, ON, CAN; 46.29 N, 78.66 W

   2014/06/30

http://rev.seis.sc.edu/stations/TA/E52A?year=2014&month=6&d...

05) TA.E53A; Dumoine, Pontiac MRC, QC, CAN; 46.38 N, 77.66 W

   2014/06/30

http://rev.seis.sc.edu/stations/TA/E53A?year=2014&month=6&d...

06) TA.E54A; Lac Daplat, Pontiac, MRC, QC, CAN; 46.43 N, 77.19 W

   2014/06/30

http://rev.seis.sc.edu/stations/TA/E54A?year=2014&month=6&d...

07) TA.F52A; Sundridge, ON, CAN; 45.80 N, 79.32 W

   2014/06/30

http://rev.seis.sc.edu/stations/TA/F52A?year=2014&month=6&d...

08) TA.F57A; Harrington, QC, CAN; 45.81 N, 74.69 W

   2014/06/24

http://rev.seis.sc.edu/stations/TA/F57A?year=2014&month=6&d...

09) TA.G53A; Haliburton, ON, CAN; 45.12 N, 78.62 W

   2014/06/30

http://rev.seis.sc.edu/stations/TA/G53A?year=2014&month=6&d...

10) TA.H52A; Wyevale, ON, CAN; 44.64 N, 79.89 W

   2014/06/30

http://rev.seis.sc.edu/stations/TA/H52A?year=2014&month=6&d...

11) TA.I51A; Listowel, ON, CAN; 43.80 N, 81.02 W

   2014/06/30

http://rev.seis.sc.edu/stations/TA/I51A?year=2014&month=6&d...

12) TA.I52A; Shelburne, ON, CAN; 44.07 N, 80.18 W

   2014/06/30

http://rev.seis.sc.edu/stations/TA/I52A?year=2014&month=6&d...

13) TA.I53A; Kortright Cn Earth Rangers Ctr, Woodbridge, ON, CA; 43.82 N, 79.59 W

   2014/06/25, 26, 30

http://rev.seis.sc.edu/stations/TA/I53A?year=2014&month=6&d...

http://rev.seis.sc.edu/stations/TA/I53A?year=2014&month=6&d...

http://rev.seis.sc.edu/stations/TA/I53A?year=2014&month=6&d...

14) TA.J52A; Paris, ON, CAN; 43.24 N, 80.48 W

   2014/06/30

http://rev.seis.sc.edu/stations/TA/J52A?year=2014&month=6&d...

15) TA.K49A; Clarkson, MI, USA; 42.78 N, 83.46 W

   2014/06/30

http://rev.seis.sc.edu/stations/TA/K49A?year=2014&month=6&d...

16) TA.K50A; Casco, MI, USA; 42.77 N, 82.62 W

    2014/06/30

http://rev.seis.sc.edu/stations/TA/K50A?year=2014&month=6&d...

17) TA.K51A; Iona Station, ON, CAN; 42.72 N, 81.51 W

   2014/06/30

http://rev.seis.sc.edu/stations/TA/K51A?year=2014&month=6&d...

18) TA.K52A; Tillsonburg, ON, CAN; 42.78 N, 80.71 W

   2014/06/30

http://rev.seis.sc.edu/stations/TA/K52A?year=2014&month=6&d...

19) TA.L50A; Kingsville, ON, CAN; 42.04 N, 82.81 W

   2014/06/30

http://rev.seis.sc.edu/stations/TA/L50A?year=2014&month=6&d...

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