Elevation Losses and Gains 7 of 10 Summary


"Indonesia at the southern edge will lose approximately 80 feet in elevation"







"Vast areas of the northern coastline of Sumatra and the southern coastline of Borneo will likewise be inundated."





"....the Philippines will ultimately lose twice that much, to a total loss of 40 feet in elevation."





"Hong Kong will be inundated by seawater during the 7 of 10 sinking of the plate tongue holding Indonesia, losing approximately 20 feet in elevation."
"....we have estimated an eventual elevation loss for the south China coast of 20 feet"



".....the coastline of southern Burma, Thailand, and Cambodia, which have vast areas that will suddenly and permanently be flooded."








"Bangladesh will find some of its recently submerged islands suddenly reappearing, and the tides will not roll inland as far as formerly. Overall, perhaps a 15 foot gain"


Pakistan's elevation has sunk. Period. The Zetas state this drop would be 10 feet, and this 10 foot drop is apparent.



http://poleshift.ning.com/profiles/blogs/pakistan-sinking-it-was-al... (2010-2012!)




"....islands in the chain close to S America will lose in elevation, while those islands at the top of the chain will not.


From Antigua south, the islands in this chain can expect a minimum of an elevation drop of 57 feet, on average, with this being irregular throughout due to the trauma to the area. Islands just to the north of S America will be affected the most such that Barbados to Tobago may sink entirely except for the highest points, losing several hundred feet in elevation, and Trinidad will be torn apart in addition to sinking as it rides on the plate border."



"The larger islands along the northern part of the Caribbean Plate could be assumed to gain elevation except that the entire Caribbean Plate is losing, overall. Thus the southern shores of these larger islands will experience some elevation loss..."






Samoa rides on the Pacific Plate, which is pushing under the eastern edge of the Indo-Australian Plate, and as this process continues and accelerates, approaching the pole shift, will virtually disappear. The Solomon Islands do not fare much better, for the same reasons. Tonga and New Caledonia ride high. The little Fiji Plate, as the recent sinking indicates, will be a loser, pushed down into the notch as the Pacific Plate presses ever westward.

The Mediterranean coastline of Algeria will then find more than tsunami worries as they will have a loss of elevation by 12 feet or more. Their coastline is not part of the African Plate.



Hawaii is steadily rising now, after every major quake in the vicinity. As we explained, the Pacific is not one plate but at least four, and both the Hawaii Islands and the Society Islands are being raised on the western edge of a the Pacific Plate portion that is subducting under the West Coast of N America. Where these islands can anticipate an increase in elevation, it will not be more than 140-160 feet.


10 feet = 3.048 meters
20 feet = 6.096 meters
30 feet = 9.144 meters
40 feet = 12.192 meters
50 feet = 15.24 meters
60 feet = 18.288 meters
70 feet = 21.336 meters
80 feet = 24.384 meters



Is everything accurate on this so far?  Did I miss anything?  Please let me know so it can be edited.  I will update and refine this blog later with more details and so please check back again soon. 




Rick Rickster

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Comment by Rick Rickster on January 6, 2012 at 12:01pm
Comment by Rick Rickster on December 15, 2011 at 10:49pm
Comment by Rick Rickster on November 18, 2011 at 10:22am



Pakistan Then and Now

The Zetas warned in September, 2010 that Pakistan, on the India side of the Indus River in particular, would experience a loss of 10 feet in elevation as a result of the 7 of 10 plate movements. Scenario #1 of the 7 of 10 movements is a tilting of the plate holding India, so that the Sunda Plate can slip under the curve below Sumatra and Java.

ZetaTalk Warning 9/4/2010:
The Indus River is one of the points on the Indian sub-continent that is being pushed under the Himalayas range, as a close look at where the mountain building along the northern edge of the Indo-Australian Plate occurs. This would first be noticed on land, especially land subject to being flooded, as such a change under the sea would escape notice unless a tsunami buoy sounded an alarm. What should be watched is how well the flood waters drain, and whether a drop in elevation is noted along the Indus River and its outlet into the Indian Ocean. The Earth changes we have predicted for this region have begun!

By October, 2010 horrific flooding in Pakistan had begun, getting international attention, but claimed, as usual, only due to rain. As noted in Issue 217
of this newsletter it was finally admitted that the water was not draining, had not for months. Earth Observatory, a NASA function, admitted that by comparing images from the year before, Pakistan's elevation has sunk. Period. The Zetas state this drop would be 10 feet, and this 10 foot drop was apparent. Where are we a year later? Comparing apples to apples, the chart from October 2010 and a new chart from October 2011 show that the lingering floods have GOTTEN WORSE, not better.

Agencies Warn of Acute Pakistan floods Relief Shortfall
November 9, 2011
Oxfam, Save the Children, Care and the French agency, Acted, have warned that more than nine million people are at risk of disease and malnutrition. The groups warn they may have to curtail their relief operations unless donors provide more money soon. Less than a third of the UN's relief target of $357m has been reached. The four aid agencies say that three million Pakistanis still require emergency food assistance and 800,000 remain displaced. Officials in Sindh say that at least four of the province's 22 districts still remain under water. This year's floods in the southern province of Sindh are thought to be worse than last year's deluge and have killed about 250 people.

Comment by Rick Rickster on September 17, 2011 at 8:00am

The latest Update: http://zetatalk.com/ning/17sp2011.htm


SOZT"Although we have sequenced the 7 of 10 scenarios, there is great interplay between the scenarios. What has occurred to date is that India tilted sideways so that its western border lost 10 feet in elevation along the Indus River valley. This occurred first, in the Fall of 2010, and was followed promptly on December 23, 2011 by the start of the sinking of the Sunda Plate holding Indonesia. The third scenario was the folding of the Philippine and Marian plates, which was evident by February 16, 2011 from heaping water recorded by buoys in the area. India meanwhile continued its dive under the Himalayas, so that Pakistan and Bangladesh are now being inundated with sea water, and the eastern coast of Australia and New Zealand has frequently shown evidence of lifting, with rivers backwashing inland. India's dive will continue apace, throughout, and is not a 7 of 10 scenarios, per se.

Did the sinking of the Sunda Plate complete, just because the Philippine and Mariana plates started folding? We have stated that the Sunda Plate will complete its sinking by the time the S American roll is at its peak, but not before. The folding of the Philippine and Mariana plates also must be almost complete before the S American roll can accelerate. And all of this has been held back to date by plate undulation which caused plate jamming such that there was a temporary delay in Asia. Northern Luzon island in the Philippines seemed exempt from flooding earlier, as it lay on the Philippine Plate, but recently has begun to sink along with the rest of the Philippine Islands. The Philippine Plate is obviously no longer jammed. Meanwhile, the Pacific has been compressing, though this was not given a 7 of 10 scenario number because it is a chronic situation, contributing to the plate movements but not central to the plate movements.

So during the 7 of 10 scenarios in Asia, number 1 (India tilt) has completed, number 2 (Sunda Plate sink) began and is poised to complete, and number 3 (Philippine Plate fold) has barely begun. Number 3 is likely to complete hand-in-hand with number 2 rather suddenly at a time when the Indio-Australia Plate lifts and plunges under the Himalayas. This would be at a time when the Earth wobble switches about violently. The Earth is in a magnetic dance with Planet X, which is causing it to switch into opposition at times, pointing its N Pole at the Sun, then suddenly back to attempting to hide its N Pole from Planet X. Scenario number 4, the S American roll, has been evident since early Spring, 2011 with crumbling along the North Andes fault line and pressure along the spine of the Andes. This will peak during the time when the Asian scenarios are completing, almost hand-in-hand. We are not allowed to give a timeline on how quickly the African Plate's drop will follow, nor how quickly adjustments in the Northern Hemisphere will follow this drop."EOZT

Comment by Lawrence on June 2, 2011 at 3:31pm
Thank you, Rick..for the time, energy and attention to detail on your work!  Namaste!
Comment by Michelle Gamet on February 5, 2011 at 6:53pm
You are ALL marvelously attentive in class....paying attention to the finest of details. And each one of you carries your portion of the tasks with your talents to share for the benefit of your family. All are working so cooperatively together. Reading the words from the Zetas are one piece of the intelligent puzzle and seeing the mapped out details are yet another intelligent helpful piece of the puzzle. With one sweep of the eye an understanding happens.
This is how the crop circles are suppose to affect us as well. On some level of the Soul, we sweep the visual messages with in the grains pressed down. With our eyes....and we understand.
Comment by Selim KARABIYIK on February 5, 2011 at 12:49pm
This work requires lots of effort, time, mind and intelligence. Thank you very much, Rick. What you are pointing at is very crucial in the process of 7 of 10.
Comment by Roger Concannon on February 5, 2011 at 12:35pm
Great Analysis...Thank You....Roger
Comment by Nancy Lieder on February 5, 2011 at 12:34pm
I don't think you missed anything and VERY comprehensive! Lovely!
Comment by Steve on February 5, 2011 at 10:59am
I love it......this makes it so much easier to understand. Thank you

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