FishDeath in Troms Norway, Landslide in Trondheim (Includes ZetaTalk)

with the birds dying this is getting spooky,be prepaired..

Here's the question posed on the 1/7 Q&A, answer early.

Landslide in Norway in the middle of winter? What exactly is happening there? On top of that, tons of herring found dead north of Norway as per blog post below.  It sounds like a stretch zone to me.
[and from another]
A picture made available on 02 January 2012 shows an aerial view of a landslide that ripped through a rural area outside Trondheim, Norway, on 01 January 2012. Authorities in western Norway on 01 January 2012 issued an alert and ordered an evacuation following a landslide in a valley west of the city of Trondheim. At least 20 people were evacuated from their homes and farms in the rural area near Esp, but there were no initial reports of injuries or damage, the Norwegian news agency NTB reported.
[and from another]
Kvaenes, Tons of Herring found Dead North of Norway.
Dagbladet): The inhabitants of resin in Troms could hardly believe his eyes on the morning of New Year's Eve, the beach was a large amount, an estimated tens of tons, dead herring, writes Northern Lights. No one knows for sure what's happened in the popular hiking area in Nordreisa municipality.

What is the relationship between both these incidents, occuring on virtually on the same day? From the singing reservoirs in Kiev
to the mud volcanoes of Azov
it is clear the Eurasian Plate is being put under a stretch. The Mariana Trench collapses,
pulling the plate toward the east; the Arabian Plate rolls
nudging the plate toward the east; and what happens to the western edges of the Eurasian Plate? They go into a stretch, releasing methane gas, deadly to fish, and tearing along existing tear points - the fjords. How do you suppose the fractured coastline of Norway got that way? It has been pulled apart in the past!

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Comment by Malou (Marie Louise) Geleff on January 3, 2012 at 3:01pm


Since a new storm/low pressure area is moving across the North Atlantic *JUST NOW*, Norway is on HIGH ALERT.

This storm has been named EMIL, and he is supposed to be as damaging as Hurricane Dagmar, who hit at Christmas Hammer Time and caused damage at an estimated 456 Million Norwegian Kroner. In some places, cleaning up after her has just barely finished...

Police have  asked all small boat owners to please secure their vessels, as storm surges of around 2 metres + are expected again. 

Meanwhile, an assessment of the land- and mudslide at Trondheim has revealed that a side-valley to the one where this landslide hit, is in grave danger, because a dam of sludge has created itself there and may burst at any time soon, thus setting off yet another just as grave landslide in that valley.

The height of the present slide runs as deep as 10-15 metres ! - the last of farm animals were evacuated yesterday - most households affected are outlying farms, and much personell has been ordered up to help, because daylight hours are very few, and there´s a need for stabilizing the ground around the farms. (Fear of liquefaction, of course).

I posted this link at my blog, earlier on, yesterday :  because it has a nice video, where you can see the helicopters flying slowly along the slide-edge.. (never mind the Norwegian ;-) 

An estimated 350.000 cubic metres of sludge has moved in this one slide..


Mai 2008: Ras på et boligområde i Otta, Gudbrandsdalen. To hus ble totalskadd av raset og rund 40 bolighus ble evakuert.

Mars 2009: Fire hus og to biler er blant det som fyker til havs under et skred i Namsos. Ingen mennesker kommer til skade.

Earlier large scale slides in Norway : (I haven´t translated because I felt that the dates were more important) 

Mai 2008: Ras på et boligområde i Otta, Gudbrandsdalen. To hus ble totalskadd av raset og rund 40 bolighus ble evakuert.

Mars 2009: Fire hus og to biler er blant det som fyker til havs under et skred i Namsos. Ingen mennesker kommer til skade.

Desember 2009: Over 20 personer evakueres etter et ras i Årdal.

Mars 2010: Et ras langs bergensbanen ved Evanger stenger togtrafikken i området.

September 2010: To hus blir dratt ut i havet av et skred nær Lyngen. En mann må berges, ingen blir skadet.

Oktober 2010: Tre personer blir skadet i et jordras under en vandring på Istinden.

Juni 2011: Gudbrandsdalen isoleres og flere hundre mennesker blir evakuert som følge av flom og skred.

November 2011: Jord- og steinras langs bergensbanen, og store deler av strekningen stenges.


All pretty recent !!

The people who were allowed back home yesterday, weren´t allowed to stay, and it is presently estimated that it´ll be at least 2 weeks until the area will be ready to receive them back home again.

With the new storm, EMIL, which will bring MUCH rain (it´s already raining and gusting here,just north of Copenhagen as well) the land could de-stabilize/liquify  even more which opens up the grim perspective that it might be even longer before these people can return... 

And if we keep getting these storms - which it would seem presently, where we barely have a breathing space of 2 weeks in between, - that date may become further and further away with each storm.. :( 

Radar-images of Norway *just now* from

(They won´t copy, so please click on link !!)

This LIVE image from shows that the storm has now moved away from Northern Ireland and the RED ALERT is now out for North-Western U.K and POLAND. Bordering on the Baltic Sea, Poland should expect storm surges all along the coast !

Thanks to Jacobus C Hechter for supplying this link to my weather update !! :

(I´ll stay on the storm, as it progresses..)  

Comment by Andrey Eroshin on January 3, 2012 at 1:04pm

The massive landslide struck just south of Trondheim in central Norway prompting evacuation of dozens people from a rural area bordering Norway’s third largest city on Sunday. The river of muddy black sludge stretching about a kilometre (over half a mile) was moving through the area and geologists have been sent up in a helicopter to evaluate the danger.

Comment by Planet Twelve on January 3, 2012 at 12:41pm


How are fish deaths caused by firecrackers?  Those newsletters are merely speculating or worse, peddling disinformation. The Zetas have explained several times that animals are sensitive to core emanations and methane released by plate movements...

SOZT: Dead fish and birds falling from the sky are being reported worldwide, suddenly. This is not a local affair, obviously. Dead birds have been reported in Sweden and N America, and dead fish in N America, Brazil, and New Zealand. Methane is known to cause bird deaths,
and as methane rises when released during Earth shifting, will float upward through the flocks of birds above. But can this be the cause of dead fish? If birds are more sensitive than humans to methane release, fish are likewise sensitive to changes in the water,
as anyone with an aquarium will attest. Those schools of fish caught in rising methane bubbles during sifting of rock layers beneath them will inevitably be affected. Fish cannot, for instance, hold their breath until the emergency passes! Nor do birds have such a mechanism.[...] EOZT

ZT Newsletter. January 9, 2011.

Comment by Nancy Lieder on January 3, 2012 at 12:15pm

This is an open question on the 1/7 Q&A and I will post the answer early here. Combined with the huge landslide there (unusual for Norway, is it not?) shows plate movement I think, stretch.

TONS of herring in this methane kill!

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