In recent years, England has undergone progressive incidents of geophysical upheaval, offering irrefutable evidence that her rock strata, undisturbed for millennia, is now pulling apart.
From dramatic cliff falls, landslips and sinkholes to loud booms and vibrations originating deep within the Earth - when combined with increased seismicity provides a seamless validation of yet another highly accurate Zeta prediction:
"England will not only be pulled down, on its western side, it is also obviously being torn in two at the River Humber. The establishment will come up with an excuse, as they always do, for the Earth changes in process, no matter how absurd their excuses become. The Eurasian Plate is being pulled apart, while the Atlantic is spreading apart. Rock layers get torn apart in this process, so the loose ground shifts as the base upon which it lies gives way. This process will continue and accelerate."
As predicted, the process has accelerated and the establishment continues to respond with contrived excuses for these unprecedented events, leaving puzzled residents seeking rational explanations.
In February 2013, a powerful, upward-moving land surge demolished a railway at Stainforth, mangling the tracks in a twisted heap of debris that continued moving for weeks.
The establishment concocted an elaborate explanation for this event that ultimately blames saturated ground from excessive rainfall, the same excuse used to explain the sudden spike of landslips that occurred during December 2012.
While the British Geological Survey produced charts that support the notion of excessive rainfall in 2012, by mid-February 2013, when the Stainforth landslide occurred, their records indicate rainfall had subsided well below the monthly average (see below).
This chart also begs the question, why did only half as many landslips occur in December 2013 when the UK received more rainfall than it did in December 2012?
In June 2013, unexplained explosions were startling hundreds of residents, causing property damage and even knocking over trees, yet the establishment mostly attributed these deafening blasts to sonic booms.
In step with these events, a 4.1 magnitude quake occurred in the Bristol Channel on February 20, 2014.
While the establishment called it the biggest quake to hit Britain in the last 6 years, a 3.9 quake recorded not far away in the English Channel in 2011 was reported as the area's largest earthquake in the past 300 years.
All of this simply galvanizes the Zetas' assertion that England is being pulled apart.