A couple of days ago we had a severe wobble. Then yesterday we had two wobbles 12 hours apart as per predicted. Today we are also having similar wobbles again 12 hours apart. While I don't usually report these unless there is a severe wobble when LISS almost goes "black", I think that these changes are important to note. The Zetas predicted that these wobbles would be subject to be eradicate and changing. Maybe this is part of that prediction. The wobbles are not sever but perhaps they don't need to be to finish the "7 of 10". Just seems that we should stay alert. Sathya





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Comment by Alison on January 26, 2012 at 5:48am

Well, the Brazil chart is rocking out again! Otherwise it looks like someone sprayed insulating foam on all of the other sensors.

Comment by Alison on January 26, 2012 at 5:44am

Hey Malou! As far as I am concerned you can jump in any time and post what you've found because I always find your posts interesting, relevant, and never supplanting. For me Sathya will always be synonymous with LISS... just as you, my friend, are the watcher of the north lands (and more, for sure - but that is my mental image of you). I can only hope that when we all finally succumb to the effects of the fiery winged giant, that we may have the opportunity to meet!

Comment by Malou (Marie Louise) Geleff on January 25, 2012 at 11:56pm

I love this Ning- for all the divers people who dig in and dig out info on these matters...

For those of you, not familiar with the El Hierro eruption @ Canary Islands, I can tell you that they´ve dumbed down the monitors at El Hierro proper (but kept the other islands in the same condition).  That way, it keeps looking like the eruption´s going to sleep, because they no longer register the quakes, they used to register.. = "no activity"..  

It´s making following the eruption in a credible way more difficult, because apparently it stops and starts again - according to the local seismos...

And as for the buoys - they´ve been dumbed down as well in the whole Arabian Sea, India, Thailand and Western Australia area. This happened last November. From time to time (usually 3-4 times a week) I click on one of the buoy icons, even when "not eventing" - and lo and behold - lots of significant activity anyway...

I´m happy that you, Alison, took your time to overtly praise Sathya for keeping up his vigilance concerning LISS. I know, I was quick in posting Howard´s graphics - and I´d like to say it wasn´t to in any way detract from Sathya - I was merely ecstatic that we had "corroborating evidence" - 2 different sources, showing the same thing. That was big to me..

Love all around ~ 

Comment by Fea on January 25, 2012 at 10:50pm

I just took at look at the National Data Buoy Center website.  Most ALL of the buoys previously reported around Indonesia and the surrounding areas have vanished off the website.  And get this:

Important! Effective February 14, 2012, the classic map pages will be removed. You may provide feedback by emailing feedback.ndbc@noaa.gov.

So here you have it, Folks.  The historical data (providing comparative sea levels for the various reporting stations) is vanishing as well...

Comment by Lavonne on January 25, 2012 at 10:23pm

Wow Recall! I was wondering why they had conveniently removed the graphs as well! Plate adjustment and pacific folding picking up speed.  thank you for the info.  comparing to Costa Rica this is amazing!  So, if it can't be hidden just clear the charts ...

Comment by Recall 15 on January 25, 2012 at 10:18pm

Compare with a Costa Rican Chart in the same time period:


Comment by Recall 15 on January 25, 2012 at 10:08pm

New Global Plates Adjusted... and Pacific Folding, that was the event TPTB cleared in the graphs...


Comment by K.Horn on January 25, 2012 at 6:58pm


LISS just got "whited out", nearly all the charts have start new about 30 Minutes ago.

Comment by Alison on January 25, 2012 at 4:45am

Hi Sathya - Your having watched LISS for so long and on such a regular basis coupled with the fact that you are looking at the graphs with a "poleshift perspective" has afforded you a unique ability to see this change in activity.  This is, to me, like the raising of the next set of hurricane warnings flags indicating that the storm is nearer and that the danger level has just gone up. I appreciate your vigilance very much.

Comment by Phil Melton on January 24, 2012 at 5:27pm

And now the red dust begins?  Seems very changing indeed!

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