Seismic stations located on islands in the Pacific Ocean are increasingly showing signs of continuous harmonic tremors, an indication of sloshing magma. While explainable as an isolated occurrence on a single heliplot, when five different stations in the central Pacific Ocean report similar activity at the same time, it is worth noting.
The Zetas have explained that the Pacific Plate consists of not one, but four distinct plates. These plates boundaries as illustrated below are based on the Zetas descriptions.
"We addressed the fact that the Pacific plate is not one plate, as assumed. In fact, it is at least four plates. The rise and incident of islands from Kamchatka to Hawaii to the Society Islands shows this to be a plate boundary, down the center of the Pacific. Call that land to the east of this plate boundary the East Pacific Plate. There is also a triangle of a plate between the points of Hawaii, West Samoa, and the Society Islands. Call this the West Pacific Plate. Below the Society Islands is a plate which could be called the South Pacific Plate. And the portion of the Pacific Plate pushing under Japan and pushing under the Philippine Plate could be called the North Pacific Plate. All these plates are folding now, as a close examination of the live seismographs shows. Take a look at where magma sloshing is ongoing!" ZetaTalk: Folding Pacific