Indonesia Events watch for 7 - Updated hourly

So what's happening right now?  Most updated events and discussions will be posted here.  To those posting to various blogs,  please keep going and I will use your comments to keep the status updated.  Thank you.

Here are some dramatic events which began back in October 2010... 

Volcano's in October:
Volcanic Ash spewing out. 10/30/2010
Biggest Blast Yet 10/30/2010
Mount Merapi Erups for the 3rd Time
Eruptions and Earthquake Details at this blog
2nd Indonesian Volcano Erupts

Tsunami October 26, 2010:


Earthquakes as of Dec 29,  2010 IRIS Seismic Monitor

Here is the prediction map for Indonesia region:

Sequence by Zetas is described in more detail here


I will try to post anything related to Indonesia here in the intense days before the 7 of 10.  Please add events or input as this all unravels if you like.  Thank you.


Rick Rickster 


Update Dec 30, 2010: The 7 of 10 has arrived!  Read more there...

Update Dec 30,  2010: Indonesia Crumbling and Sinking (hourly local events)

Update Jan 2,  2011: Keeping an Eye on Philippines (hourly local events)

Update Jan 3, 2011: Zetas Confirm Philippines SINKING has Begun (blog relocated)  

Update Jan 3, 2011: Keeping an Eye on China (hourly local events)

Update January 4, 2011:Philippines and Indonesia Sinking (Nancy)

Update January 8, 2011: Keeping an Eye on Thailand (current situation)

Update January 11, 2011: Keeping an Eye on Sri Lanka (current situation)

Update January 26, 2011: Zetas Confirm Philippines are Sinking (Nancy)


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Comment by Rick Rickster on June 17, 2011 at 9:12am

Sinking has been ongoing.  Recent updates are posted here:

Comment by Rick Rickster on January 24, 2011 at 1:52am

CONFIRMED - 20 Foot Elevation Drop Java Coastline

Discussion Here:

Comment by Rick Rickster on January 18, 2011 at 7:39am

Philippine Palawan:Now, it’s Palawan being hit by floods



PUERTO PRINCESA CITY—Heavy rains earlier considered unlikely to occur in Palawan have caused waist-deep floods that submerged low-lying areas in various parts of the province, prompting evacuations.

The provincial government reported on Monday morning that at least three municipalities in central mainland Palawan had been affected—Narra, Aborlan and Roxas.

The Provincial Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council said 500 households were already in various evacuation centers.

Bad weather continued to hamper domestic flights, forcing three carriers to cancel trips Monday to Basco in Batanes, Tagbilaran in Bohol, and Surigao.

The public has been warned, especially along the country’s eastern seaboard, to brace for more rain this week, which could worsen the crisis that began in late December.

The floods have affected at least 1.5 million people in 25 provinces.

Across large parts of the country, the death toll from nearly three weeks of torrential rains that caused flooding and landslides rose to 51, officials said.

Villages isolated

In the village of Caramay in Roxas town, the Palawan provincial disaster council said 40 fishing boats had been washed into the sea by rising flood waters while several villages in Aborlan had been isolated because of the destruction of bridges connecting them to the main roads.

Daisy Anne Atrero, provincial information chief, said evacuations began on Sunday evening while rescue operations started on Monday morning.

“Several bridges have been reported not passable—namely, the Magbabadil, San Juan in Aborlan and Antipuluhan-Elvita bridge in Narra,” Atrero said.

Narra hardest hit

Narra appears to be hardest hit, according to various reports.

The town hosts several small-scale nickel mining projects granted permits by the previous provincial administration. These were blamed for widespread destruction of rice lands and have been penalized by the Department of Environment and Natural Resources.

“This is the first time we have experienced this kind of flooding,” a farmer from Narra, whose family evacuated on Sunday night, said on a local radio program.

Forests destroyed

Puerto Princesa City Mayor Edward Hagedorn raised concerns in a local radio interview that areas where previous mining operations had destroyed large tracks of forests were prone to more flooding.

“This is the reason I will never allow any mining in Puerto Princesa,” Hagedorn said.

The provincial disaster council said 150 households were evacuated from the villages of Elvita, Malinao, Panacan and the poblacion of Narra; 200 households in Aborlan; and 300 families in the northern town of Roxas.

Some 100 families from Sitio Tagbarungis in Barangay Inagawan, Puerto Princesa, were brought to the barangay health center, which served as their temporary evacuation center, according to the City Disaster Risk Reduction Management Council.

The military’s Western Command has dispatched several rubber boats and military trucks, including medics, to affected areas.

Palawan Gov. Abraham Kahlil Mitra has ordered the speedy delivery of relief assistance, Atrero said.

Missing fishermen

In Catanduanes province, six fishermen went missing in two separate incidents over the weekend, the Catanduanes disaster council said in its report.

In Pandan town, out of the 21 fishermen who sailed on Saturday, only 19 made it to shore.

Two others, Narciso de Quiroz and Roberto Icamen, were missing.

The report said the fishermen were on two motorized boats that capsized due to strong winds and waves.

In Bato town, Mayor Leo Rodriguez said three fishermen who went out to sea on Sunday afternoon failed to return early morning the following day.

They were identified as Severino Valenzuela, Jaciel Teope and Bernie Penancio, all residents of Barangay Bote in Bato town.

Rescuers could not mount a bid to find them due to rough seas, the Bato local government said.

One more fisherman was reported missing, this time off the waters of Viga town, after a boat with five men sank on Sunday morning. Four fishers were able to return at 5:30 p.m. on the same day, disaster officials said.

In Camarines Norte province, three fishermen from Vinzons town have been reported missing since Friday.

Fifteen passengers were rescued off Bohol province on Monday noon after a motorized banca (boat) almost sank.

Comment by Rick Rickster on January 18, 2011 at 3:48am

Latest Update:

"The rapid drop in elevation expected for the plate tongue holding Indonesia, the final phase, has not yet arrived, though it will be soon. Where we are precise and remarkably accurate in our predictions, we are not perfect. For the tongue to drop, the Indo-Australian Plate must tilt sufficiently, and as anyone watching this and other plates in the vicinity undulate, this is not a simple process. It's an iterative process. The curve under Sumatra and Java rises, causing the Coral Sea floor to rise, rushing water onto Queensland. Then magma fills in under the eastern end of the Indo-Australian Plate so the Coral Sea bend can relax, allowing water to rush back and halting, temporarily, the tipping process. Then it all starts over again.

Meanwhile, the four Pacific plates are compressing, a process that is invisible to man who does not have his seismograph monitors deep under the ocean along the plate borders. What is clear is that the top of S America is pressing to roll, causing S America to crack in the middle and southern Brazil flooding to occur, that the Bonin Islands south of Japan are reflecting a tilting Philippine Plate, and that Fiji is sinking. The process is steady, and inevitable, and it did start prior to the end of 2010."

Comment by Rick Rickster on January 17, 2011 at 4:36am

Land Appears off the Arakan coast of BURMA

Sittwe: An amazing rock mass has emerged from the seawater near the offshore islands of Pharonga, located 20 miles south of Sittwe, the capital of Arakan State, report numerous witnesses. 

Rock Mass Emerges Off Arakan Coast

A fishing boat owner said, "We have never seen a rock mass before in the area near Pharonga Island. Now there is a rock mass appearing from the sea and it is very strange and wonderful for all." 

The location of the rock mass is seven miles south of Pharonga Island, 20 miles southeast of Sittwe. The rock mass is 10 feet high when the tide is low, and remains five feet above the sea when the tide is high. 

"All fishing boats have avoided going near the strange rock mass out of fear there is danger underwater near the rock. Many people believe the rock mass emerged from the water due to a volcano eruption under water, but no on can tell exactly how the rock mass formed," he said.

In the past, many fishing boats worked in the area because it is rich in fish, but now boats do not dare go near the rock mass to fish. 

Rock Mass Emerges Off Arakan Coast

According to biologist sources, there are many extinct mud volcanos around the Pharonga Islands, and the emergence of the rock mass is related to a volcano eruption in the area. However, no government officials have come near the rock so far to investigate how it appeared.


Comment by Rick Rickster on January 11, 2011 at 12:52am

Thailand: Yom river water level plummets

Phichit – Farmers in Pho Prathap Chang district face a severe water shortage as the level of the Yom River has fallen rapidly in the last week.

The situation surprised villager Swat Silapachai, who said a section of the river in Ban Wang Tepo brimmed with with water at the two-metre level  during the New Year holiday.

It had since dropped so low that farm vehicles and motorcycles  can run across it.

The sharp decrease is affecting farmers in his neighbourhood who have ben planting rice for 20 days and need water to flood their fields, Mr Swat said.

Ban Wang Tepo is among areas in the North which  encounter frequent drought and flooding. The village was hit by flood late last year and things returned to normal only last month, Mr Swat said.
Yom River is north of Bangkok, and Narathiwat is the southern most region bordering Malaysia has been declared a disaster zone.


Yom River
"Wow, big stuff, especially since Thailand is reporting extensive and intractable flooding along this same coast as of yesterday! There is heaving going on! Perhaps accordion behavior as Bangkok had sinking/flooding couple months ago, not draining, due to the accordion effect while a new island popped up near Bali."


Comment by Rick Rickster on January 8, 2011 at 11:34pm

Philippines Emergency info center

Comment by Rick Rickster on January 7, 2011 at 11:49pm

Recent floods in Malaysia shows signs of undulating plate movement.  Please go here to view more details:


January 07, 2011 20:37 PM
More Flood Victims Evacuated To Relief Centres In Kelantan

January 07, 2011 13:12 PM

Worsening Flood In Terengganu, 1,638 People Evacuated

Published: Thursday January 6, 2011 MYT 1:20:00 PM
Floods strike three Terengganu districts, Kelantan braces for third wave
Comment by Rick Rickster on January 7, 2011 at 11:40pm

Nancy commented here  (an update)


Here's more ...


Halfway through the 2-3 week period the Zetas predicted it would take for the sinking of the plate tongue holding Indonesia, the establishment is starting to struggle to explain the flooding. In the Philippines, where half a million people have been displaced due to flooding, officials admit that no cyclone was to blame.

Rains kill 25, Displace 400,000 in 7 Regions—Disaster Agency
January 5, 2011
The number of affected families due to continuous heavy rains in various regions have climbed to 88,053 families, or 452,999 persons and the death toll to 25. No tropical cyclones have been monitored to be within the Philippine Area of Responsibility, the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration said in its latest weather report. However, Pagasa said that the northeast monsoon would continue to prevail over Luzon while the tail-end of a cold front would still affect Visayas and Mindanao.

Rains have been the espoused excuse used throughout the region for the flooding. As the Zetas stated, the establishment knew this was coming and is determined to blame the flooding on anything BUT a loss of elevation.   

ZetaTalk Prediction 12/18/2010:
The 7 of 10 will unfold but not as expected by many. It will not be a dramatic announcement on the news, as the establishment is ready for this, due to the extensive discussions. As we stated, there would be large quakes when Indonesia sinks but not the major quakes one would expect, not magnitude 8-9. Already there are many periods when quakes line the plate borders, and hammer there. During one such episode, the elevation will start to drop. We have never stated, in our predictions, how fast this would go, just said "suddenly". The start will be sudden, almost without warning, but the progress not swift as in the pole shift hour. It will be a steady sinking, in short bursts, over a 2-3 week period. Meanwhile, the establishment will try to cover with lots of talk about storm surge, Global Warming, and high tides.

Meanwhile, Borneo was added to the locations experiencing sudden and unexplained flooding. Once again, the flooding is occurring on the coast or in lowland areas with access to the sea.

Floods in Samarinda Increasingly Pervasive
January 5, 2011
Floods in Samarinda, East Kalimantan, now become widespread. The rain which flushed Samarinda, on Wednesday [Jan 5] makes several city and suburban areas flooded. monitoring, flood who had only occurred in North Samarinda area, now started to spread to Samarinda Ulu and Samarinda Seberang.

The depth of the reported flooding is increasing in Java and Bali, which are along the southern edge of the plate tongue holding Indonesia . In the Bengawan Solo river delta, water up to 5 meters (15 feet) was reported.

Bengawan Solo River Floods Village
January 4, 2011
Recent heavy rains caused the Bengawan Solo River, flowing through central and eastern Java, to flood, submerging some areas in water up to 5 meters deep, including 150 houses in Putat village, Surakarta municipality.

Flood Kills One, Washes out Bridge
January 3, 2011
One person was declared dead and another missing after a powerful flood swept Titab village in Buleleng regency [Dec 31], destroying a bridge connecting the village with neighboring areas. Torrential rain in Buleleng caused the Tukad Sabe River to overflow and flood its banks. The flood destroyed dozens of houses and a temple, swept away livestock and submerged at least 15 hectares of land. Bali Governor Made Mangku Pastika, who briefly visited the area Saturday, called on villagers to remain alert about possible natural disasters in the future, saying that Buleleng was a vulnerable area.

The choppy water the Zetas predicted is also being reported, with high waves being reported off Mataram in Bali.

Ninety fishermen in Mataram hit by high waves
January 5, 2011
Some 94 fishermen in Mataram, West Nusa Tenggara, had been hit by high and strong waves damaging and inundating their houses [Jan 3]. Up to [Jan 5], the waves were still high and rough, and not yet posing an immediate threat to the population and there was still no need to set up public kitchens.

ZetaTalk Explanation 10/23/2010:
The concept of the seas boiling is such that water of uneven presure is clashing, such that water from one source forges through the waters coming from another direction.

ZetaTalk Explanation 12/11/2010:
What will be experienced during the 7 of 10 is a suddenly rising tide, rising rapidly. Where water rolls inland and is blocked, it will seek to go around hills and rush into inland valleys and the like, and this will bring turmoil of course, turbulent water, boiling water, arriving not only from the coast but also from inland valleys.

The flooding in Medan worsened and deepened. Several thousand homes in the area had been inundated by up to 12 feet of water. Note this is reported to have occurred suddenly.

Hundreds of Families Evacuated from N Sumatra`s Flood Zone
January 6, 2011
Several hundreds of families in Tanjung Anom village, Deli Serdang district, in the outskirt of Medan city, North Sumatra, were trapped inside their flood-hit houses for hours on [Jan 6]. Thanks to the quick responses of hundreds of rescue workers and servicemen from the Bukit Barisan military command, they could gradually be evacuated by rubber boats from the flood zone. The height of the flood waters inundating more than a thousand houses in the village and its surrounding areas had reached three meters. The overflowing of the river whose downstream reached Sunggal and Kelambir Lima hamlet areas had risen the height of flood waters up to four meters. As a result, several thousand houses in the neighborhood areas of Gaperta Ujung, Kampung Lalang, Kelambir Lima and Hamparan Perak were submerged.

The west coast of the Malay peninsula is also now flooding. Some flooding is now being called “the worst”.

60 Homes In Nibong Tebal Hit By Flood
January 3, 2011
Over 60 homes in four villages in Seberang Perai Selatan (SPS) were immersed in almost a metre of water following five hours of heavy rain early Monday morning. SPS police chief Supt Shafien Mamat said the flash flood was the worst to have hit the area with water levels reaching one metre. The rain poured since morning but in two hours water seeped into our homes and went up to our waist. This is the worst incident so far despite it being a flood-prone area.
Comment by Rick Rickster on January 5, 2011 at 9:36am

Massive Lahar Flow From Merapi Volcano Destroys Bridges in Indonesia

In the worst outflow of lahar since Central Java’s Mount Merapi erupted in October, a torrent of cold lava and mud from the volcano severed several bridges and cut off a main highway for almost 18 hours until Tuesday, officials said.

“In addition to destroying the Gempol main bridge on the Putih River, lahar also destroyed bridges in other villages, leading to the isolation of hundreds of residents in seven hamlets,” said Heri Prawoto, head of the Magelang district’s Disaster Management Office.

No casualties have been reported so far.

Heri said the flood overflowed from the Putih River in Jumaya village, Salam subdistrict, on Monday night, cutting off the Magelang-Yogyakarta highway at Kilometer 23 for almost 18 hours until about 1 p.m. on Tuesday.

More than 500 meters of the highway were submerged under meter-deep lahar.

It took seven heavy vehicles to dredge the mud......

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