Recently, the Zetas have indicated that the severe wobble which may be caused by the World Council, can already potentially cause flooding in Germany.

Can the Zetas tell us more about what could happen to coastlines during this possible event (possible wave height and etc)? And generally what to expect? Of course Zetas from the beginning said that coastal areas are not safe, but possible explosive rate of wobble make people more unprepared. Will it have an explosive or fast growing rate?
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I just read recent ZT regarding the severe wobble and flooding but it only says that parts of Europe might be flooded. What about the East Coast? I live in New York City. Will it also get flooded when the Council of Worlds creates the severe wobble so that Dunford can cancel the elections? How can he cancel the elections if only Europe is afflicted and not the US? Will this severe wobble occur before or after the announcement re Nibiru?
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Triggered a series of devastating tsunamis along the coasts of most landmasses bordering the Indian Ocean, killing 230,000 people in 14 countries, and inundating coastal communities with waves up to 30 metres (100 ft) high. Scientists investigating the damage in Aceh found evidence that the wave reached a height of 24 metres (80 ft) when coming ashore along large stretches of the coastline, rising to 30 metres (100 ft) in some areas when traveling inland.   The very high fatality in the area is mainly due to the unpreparedness of the population from such an event. Helicopter survey showed entire settlements virtually destroyed with destruction miles inland with only some mosques left standing, which provided refuge for the people from the tsunami. 

We have explained in prior ZetaTalk that wobble sloshing is not as devastating as the Pole Shift sloshing. The primary reason for this is that wobble sloshing REVERSES, self corrects, where Pole Shift sloshing occurs when the crustal shift places the crust in a new position, and there it stays. We have stated that wobble sloshing during a severe wobble will result in high tides 200-300 feet high,
and that the Pole Shift tides can be expected to be 500-600 feet high.
In both cases, the higher tide is a result of tidal bore, the geology of the coastline, where water is funneled upward as it has nowhere else to go. 

There are other differences between a severe wobble and the Pole Shift itself. As Nibiru tightens its grip on the planets caught in the cup,
Nibiru pulls to the right of the Earth steadily and the Earth and her sister planets (Venus and the Dark Twin) squeeze to the left. The Pole Shift is unleashed when Venus and the Dark Twin escape the cup, allowing Nibiru to draw closer to the Earth, but for a severe wobble these extreme positions are not in place. Nibiru is still not directly to the right of the Earth, nor is it close. 

Thus the severe wobble is a COMBINATION of a swing to the left into a lean to the left and back again, and a swing of the N Pole away into extreme darkness for the Northern Hemisphere and then back again. It will not reach the extremes that we have described for the Last Weeks.
Nevertheless, it will be extreme enough that the entire population of the World will notice that something is amiss, the Sun very much out of place, and the establishment will not be able to sputter excuses fast enough. The people will know that the establishment is lying, and any such lies will doom the establishment to becoming a hollow voice no longer believed on any matter. 

If we have advised that during the hour of the Pole Shift, people be 100 miles inland
and 200 feet above sea level to evade the Pole Shift sloshing. One could assume this to be approximately half that for a severe wobble, thus being 50 miles inland and 100 feet above sea level should suffice. However, local variances will exist, causing tidal bore, causing the tide to roll further inland before stopping, and caution would of course be better than not. We have described the severe wobble as likely to commence SUDDENLY, without warning, so our advice for those likely to be affected is to sleep on the roof, or above ground, or be prepared to move if alarms are sounded. 

This will be a flood tide,
not violent waves accompanied by  high winds and flying debris. One could look to the tsunami in Ache in 2004
as an example of a flood tide rolling inland. The elephants knew, and took to the hills, but mankind does not listen well. It should be noted that we described the effect of a severe wobble back in 2011, and 5 years have passed since that time. A severe wobble was always in the cards, for mankind, for the Earth. We also described devastating tides as a result of 7 of 10 plate movements, particularly against Europe.
Such devastation occurring prior to the hour of the Pole Shift should be viewed ultimately as saving lives,
in that mankind will move away from the coastlines.  

Prior 2011 ZT:
Planet X is approaching mainly from the right, in its retrograde orbit, though also somewhat Sunside on its way outbound from the Sun. The severe wobble will merely be an exaggeration of the existing wobble, where the magnetic N Pole is pushed as its current location in the Arctic near Siberia rolls over the horizon.  As the globe is pushed violently northward, the waters in the Pacific will slosh southward, and waters in the Atlantic will slosh in the opposite direction, northward. For the Pacific, the northern coastlines will be pushed under the ocean, and for the Atlantic, the southern coastlines will be pushed under the ocean. Then, 12 hours later, this reverses. The sloshing will be in a N/S direction, back and froth. The severe wobble slosh will be 200-300 feet high.  

Prior 2010 ZT:
Visibility is enhanced, and Second Sun sightings are common. It is no longer an issue of the Earth wobble or temporary leans to the left of into opposition sufficing. This is twitching about, compared to the last weeks. If the years and months of the Earth wobble were the wrestlers positioning themselves at the edge of the mat, then the last weeks are full contact, and neither can let go of the other. When Venus and the Dark Twin escape from the cup, the particle crowding is suddenly eased, allowing Planet X to come forward toward the Earth. The Earth's first evasion is to tilt her N Pole away from the oncoming Planet X to such a degree, and so violently, that she leans all the way over to the left and then rebounds as a reaction all the way to the right. This is the severe wobble, for a length of 9 days. 

Prior 2001 ZT:
This is a flood tide, with the lip of the water being its highest point, rising like a silent tide endlessly on the rise, the wave rolling inland without a crashing back and forth, just a steady progressive inundation. To those at the mercy of such a flood tide, their first thought is to climb above the tide. Soon they are standing on the highest point they can reach, and still the water, flowing inland steadily, rises. Afloat on a boat or flotsam, they will be dragged inland with the flow until a reverse slosh begins, the water flowing back into its bed but in the nature of water during a slosh, overshooting this other side so that both sides of the ocean experience this flood tide, alternately, for some days until the momentum diminishes. When the flood tide recedes, those afloat are in danger of being dragged far out to sea with the flow, as the water will rush to its bed unevenly, more rapidly where it can recede the fastest.

Prior ZT:
Our advice to be 100 miles from a coastline and 200 feet above sea level to avoid the coastal tidal waves during the pole shift should be applied. 

Prior 2012 ZT:
The tides during the Pole Shift will rise 500-600 feet along coastlines, not crashing down but steadily pushing inland.

Prior 2006 ZT:
The eddy flow created by particles flowing coming from the Sun and thence around the sides of Planet X trapped Earth in her stalled orbit, and held her there in front of Planet X, no escape. As Planet X proceeded past the Sun's S Pole in his sling orbit, he went within the orbit of Venus, and thus likewise trapped Venus in this eddy flow cup when she came round in her orbit to encounter Planet X. The Earth's dark twin, sharing an orbit with Earth, joined this group of trapped planets within months, remaining behind the Earth, likewise stalled in their shared orbit, a dark hunk of black rock reflecting little light and thus essentially invisible to man.

Prior 2010 ZT:
The severe wobble will also create tides that will assault coastlines in predictable places. Follow where the ocean currents go today, and exacerbate them to get an idea of what areas might be hit. This is not altogether a curse, but a blessing, as residents on those coastlines will have moved inland prior to the pole shift, For them, a life saving manoeuvre.

Prior 2010 ZT:
France can anticipate a tsunami of 100 feet, Spain perhaps 30-40 feet, the UK 200-300 feet, and Norway 50-75 feet. The full brunt of the tsunami that strikes the UK will also wash through the English Channel, entering the North Sea, and clashing with the any flow coming down from the Norwegian Sea. The lowlands in the North Sea can expect a tsunami an estimated 100 foot high.


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Comment by KM on June 18, 2017 at 12:44pm

Tsunami waves damage some villages on the Greenland coast

This damage was detected by our colleagues of the 2017 Earthquake Impact Database - EID on Google Docs - Like EID on Facebook

Although we have no registered earthquake in the area, the Danish seismological service GEUS has confirmed to the Danish press that a M4.0 earthquake occurred in Greenland. Several villages have been inundated by the water. One of them the village of Nuugaatsiaq (see picture) 30 km south of the epicenter of the M4 earthquake.

The Danish police gives only limited information as they are trying to find out what exactly happened and how many villages sustained damage.
Shortly after the news reached Denmark, the authorities have requested the population to go for higher ground.

Greenland had similar tsunamis in the past. They were often caused by land- or seaslides.

Except for the material damage, there is no news of injuries or fatalities but nothing can be excluded at the moment.

The Greenland coast is sparsely populated.

Schermafbeelding 2017-06-18 om 10.30.42

Click on this link to watch a video recorded in the village Nuugaatsiaq - Same video with another link

The Google Earth map below shows the steep cliffs in the surrounding sounds. Additionally the village of Nuugaatsiaq is located on a plateau with steep cliffs in the background.

Schermafbeelding 2017-06-18 om 11.25.08

Update 09:56 UTC: The population of the village of Nuugaatsiaq (2010 census 84 inhabitants) have now all been evacuated to the town of Uummannaq (1200 inhabitants) as the authorities do fear for aftershocks who can generate additional land- or seaslides.

Update 09:58 UTC: The probable epicenter location of the earthquake in on the below photo (we projected 30 km North of Nuugaatsiaq on the map). The Danish seismological service GEUS had the data but is probably NOT working on a Sunday as we cannot gather more precise information or news in their website!

Schermafbeelding 2017-06-18 om 12.07.48

Comment by KM on June 2, 2017 at 2:18pm

Dramatic moment seven foot tidal wave sweeps away beach chairs, boats and parasols as mini tsunami strikes the Netherlands

  • Footage of the mini tsunami was filmed in Zandvoort and Katwijk on Monday 
  • The phenomenon is called a meteotsunami and is said to be incredibly rare
  • No one was hurt at the time although there was some damage reported

Footage has emerged of a mini tsunami hitting the coast of The Netherlands catching beachgoers off guard with a seven foot tidal wave.

According to local media, the phenomenon is so rare that it is the first time it has been so well filmed and documented.

The first reports of an approaching tidal wave of a medium height were at around 5.45am on Monday morning.

The mini tsunami hits Zandvoort in the Netherlands on Monday. The wave swept away beach chairs. boats and parasols

The mini tsunami hits Zandvoort in the Netherlands on Monday. The wave swept away beach chairs. boats and parasols

In footage shot from the balcony of a flat in the coastal resort of Zandvoort, the wave can be seen sweeping away beach chairs, boats and parasols.

The man filming is heard saying 'a tsunami!' multiple times in disbelief at what he is seeing.

In another video filmed from a sailing club 15 miles away in the resort of Katwijk the sea is clearly seen retreating first.

A big wave crashes ashore with lightning flashing in the background.

No one was injured in the incident although there was some damage.

The unique phenomenon is called a meteotsunami or meteorological tsunami.

It is generated when rapid changes in atmospheric pressure cause the displacement of a body of water.

It often emerges as the forerunner of a thunderstorm front and corresponds essentially to a cold front. 

They occur more frequently in the spring when the North Sea water is still cold.

The footage taken at a sailing club in the resort of Katwijk

The footage taken at a sailing club in the resort of Katwijk

On Monday in the Netherlands, a big thunderstorm was approaching from the sea and an inversion was recorded.

Meteorologists speak of inversion when the air on the ground is cooler than in the upper air layers, which then changed the air pressure causing the meteotsunami together with strong gusts.

The last recorded meteotsunamis in the Netherlands occurred in 2004 and 2006.

They have also been recorded in the United Kingdom. The first ever officially identified one hit the Cornish coastline in June 2011.

Professor David Tappin of the British Geological Survey said: 'Most tsunamis are geological, where you have a vertical movement on the seabed which can be caused by an earthquake, like in Japan in 2011, or a landslide.

'Meteotsunamis, however, are created by weather. You need a small, rapid change in atmospheric pressure of just a few millibars, if you get one of these then it can change the sea surface elevation by a few centimetres.'

'In the deep ocean this would not be noticeable but when it enters shallow water whilst the weather system is moving at the same speed then the sea level increases by several metres.' 

Comment by Ovidiu Pricopi on March 21, 2017 at 12:58pm

Unexpected TSUNAMI hit the Iranian port city of Dayyer, Bushehr province. The event left behind flooded homes and significant infrastructural damage. Governor Hamzeh E'temad said giant waves smashed the port city at 08:10 local time on March 19, 2017, injuring 18 people and killing at least 1. Six people are still missing, according to Deputy Governor Namdar Darvishi.

Comment by Carlos Villa on September 6, 2016 at 4:02am
Life360 earth wobble
When using life360 make sure that you add at least four people to your family circle. I have five people on the circle tested for the earth wobble but only one of the person's reported leaving home in the middle of the night. All five of us were together the entire weekend and slept in the same place so it looks like life 360 is able to keep up with most people but not all at the same time. This is not the only time that the gps on this app has reported one of us leaving in the middle of the night. This is why I decided to use this app to test the earth wobble. Next I would like to try a bowling ball hanging from the ceiling with a pen attached to it and a piece of paper underneath. I think of the bowling ball works, it might be a more reliable method as it can be rigged to sound an alarm. If I get results, I will post them along with instructions on how to do it.
Comment by Torsten Greifenstein on September 6, 2016 at 12:59am

Hi Carlos, hi everyone,

Carlos this is great! My collected data shows nothing flashy. But they are based on the built in accelerometer of my iPhone. So i think your Method, based on GPS is much more effektiv and the only way for common man to measure the wobble! I´m going to get this life360 App as well. I´ll post my data in a few days.

Great Job Carlos!

Comment by Carlos Villa on September 5, 2016 at 11:27pm
Hello everyone, Torsten. Here is my weekend wobble data. We are using life360 which is an app that allows one to keep track of family members. It tells you when they leave home and when they arrive. The idea was to monitor a family member and see if life360 reports the person leaving home when they are actually home sleeping. This did happen three times this weekend and here is the data.

Sat Sept. 3, 2016
1:53 am-9:38 pm home
9:58 pm-10:13 pm left home.

9:03 am-9:21 am home
9:39 am-10:59 pm left home

2:23 am-5:08 am home
5:28 am-5:43 am left home

All of the "left home" were to the same address and roughly 12 hours apart. We were all at home and no one left. This could coincide with the earth wobble where the gps for life360 was unable to keep up with the earth wobble. I will keep monitoring the data to see if it is consistent with the earth wobble for my area. Life360 sounds an alarm when a family member leaves or arrives home but the times that it reports for a person leaving and returning home depend on Internet connection so my times might not be exact as I was in a remote area. With a good Internet connection and the gps running, it might be possible to detect greater earth wobbles way before they affect an area. Torsten is also doing some investigating with siesmology so let's all work together
Comment by Torsten Greifenstein on September 5, 2016 at 11:22am

I have collected about 12 hours of Seismic-data at weekend. 169 MB to check. To much to evaluate for Excel *lol*. I had a quick view, but there was nothing flashy. I´m going to evaluate the data again this evening, after i´ve finished german translation for Issue 518. And i´m going to collect more data as well. 

Comment by Carlos Villa on September 2, 2016 at 6:31pm
Thank you Gerard. I really do hope to find a simple early warming system that the common person can build and implement
Comment by Gerard Zwaan on September 2, 2016 at 3:41pm

Keep in mind that a cell phone uses the phone connection and bluetooth to determine your position and i think that woul also involve corrections if the earth is in a wobble cell phone masts would also be involved in that wobble i would think.The bet way is to use a sky map or another program.

Comment by Carlos Villa on September 2, 2016 at 2:55pm
Just checked the e sun position against sun tracker and it's almost where it should be so you are right Nancy, it's not a severe wobble

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