Zetas Confirm - Philippines SINKING Has Begun

Philippines Sinking

On January 3, 2011 reports came in from several areas in the Philippine of flooding, all of course for areas on the coast or inland with acess to the sea. Again, the rain is only causing flooding in such areas, selectively falling on these regions, apparently. For Caraga Region, the tip of this peninsula is all lowland, with ocean access all around, so sinking there with inundation from the sea could be disguised as flooding.

Massive flooding hits Caraga region
January 3, 2011
As of press time, in Caraga Region, all the four provinces are already experiencing massive floodings while some portions of the said areas are also experiencing minor landslides. In Surigao del Norte a total of 47 families or 203 individuals in the Barangays of Rizal, San Juan and Washington were evacuated. In Surigao del Sur the municipalities of San Miguel and Tago are already engulfed with water. Flashflood occurred in San Miguel town. He also reported that there are already barangays whose roads are not passable anymore as of press time. In Butuan City, all authorities and concerned agencies and individuals are on red alert status.

For Butan City and points southeast, there is a strip of lowland extending all the way inland to the town of Agusan del Sur and San Francisco. Note that once again the rains are claimed as the cause, but the rain only seems to fall upon land that has access to the sea? Here a river runs up along the lowlands into the interior.

Over 2,000 People Evacuated in Caraga due to Floods
January 3, 2010
At least 2,009 people fled their homes early Monday morning when two days of continuous rains caused floods in San Francisco, Agusan del Sur and Surigao City, Surigao del Norte in the Caraga region in Mindanao.

In the Visayas islands flooding along the eastern coast of Samar Island and high waves reported near the port of Iloilo indicate sinking, a rising sea, with the turmoil in the water that such adjustments can make. Once again, these areas reporting flooding, ostensibly from rain, are all on the coastlines and with access to the sea. Without exception, this has been the case for the flooding reported in the days after the New Year in the Philippines.

Floods, Landslide Render Roads in Several Areas in Samar Unpassable
January 2, 2011
Continuous heavy rains have already triggered flooding and landslide in several parts of Samar province. Barangays Burak, Binaloan, San Pablo and Malinao, all at the municipality of Taft, Eastern Samar are already heavily flooded. The rains may cause flashfloods and landslides in the Visayas. It also issued warning of strong to gale force wind that is expected to affect the Eastern Seaboard of Visayas, with rough to very rough sea condition.

Over 200 Passengers Stranded in Iloilo Port
January 3, 2011
More than 200 passengers were stranded in the Mulle Loney Port in Iloilo City after a fast craft halted its trip bound for Bacolod City. In a Bombo Radyo report, it was learned that the fast craft owned by Weesam Express had started its trip for Bacolod City but it came back to the port due to the huge waves. The craft’s captains decided not to continue the trip after some passengers suffered headaches due to the waves.

Certainly the buoys to the east of the Philippines indicate action, as the sea flood is dropping there, water on the RISE! The buoys above New Guinea, in the Pacific, likewise indicate a rising sea level. What could this mean?

There is indeed a relationship between the high waves and flooding in the Philippines in those towns along the eastern coastline and inland with access to the sea. The Philippines HAVE begun to sink, though such sinking is never such that an entire land mass or large island sinks uniformly, so can be deceptive. There is an additional influence from the tilting of the Philippine Plate and continued compression out in the Pacific, so that water is heaped to the east of the Philippine Islands, and washing over their eastern shores during equalization of water level. However, this latter is a relatively small influence. The issue with flooding is absolutely due to a dropping in elevation for some parts of the Philippines.

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Comment by Malou (Marie Louise) Geleff on January 29, 2011 at 4:06am
@ Beenth : probably - Khan just posted that 10 Barangays in Cebu City are flooded .: http://poleshift.ning.com/profiles/blogs/philippines-several-roads#...
Comment by Rick Rickster on January 28, 2011 at 11:11pm

70 Trillion cubic feet of New Arctic Ice

That is, the arctic ice during January 2009 compared to January 2010 compared to January 2011, all purposefully compared during the same month of each year.

This observation is looking at ice thickness – not surface area – although some retreat of 1 meter ice can be seen in the Labrador Sea.

Up to 500,000 square miles of the arctic sea region may have thickened from approximately 5 feet thick during January 2009 to approximately 10 feet thick during January 2011.

The ice thickness scale color, dark blue, corresponds to about 1.5 meters, or about 5 feet.

The color green represents about 3 meters, or about 10 feet.

The estimated area that has changed from dark blue to green measures approximately 500,000 square miles based on approximated Google Earth ruler measurements (1,500 miles length by a bit more than 300 miles width, on average – call it 333).

At an increased thickness of 5 feet, that calculates out to be…
500,000 x (5,280 x 5280) x 5 = 69,626,304,000,000

might as well round it to 70,000,000,000,000 cubic feet

It’s getting colder out there!

More details at the Source: http://modernsurvivalblog.com/weather-preparedness/13-billion-cubic...


Comparing the above pic from 2009 with 2011,  it appears there is MORE ICE on the Arctic extreme hemispheres.   The sea is apparently NOT rising in height globally due to melting Arctic ice.
Comment by per sigurd hansen on January 28, 2011 at 10:34pm
start packin if you havent started yet. its getting closer to the ps...
Comment by Beenthdonedat on January 28, 2011 at 10:12pm

Is this what I think it is around Manila?

Comment by Raymund J. on January 28, 2011 at 10:04pm

The people from the Philipines  cannot see the difference whether it is sinking or not ... there are more than 7,000 islands and the number of islands varies also based on high tide and low tide ... and the flood is always expected because of the heavy rains .. something to do with drainage system  .... probably have to wait until such time that water is really below sea level in most of the known cities in the Philippines  

Comment by Raymund J. on January 28, 2011 at 4:40pm

I'm from the Philippines and yes.. we need all your prayers ... prayers can move mountains .. so to speak ..



Comment by MegaMontana on January 28, 2011 at 12:26am
That's right, the economy will never be restored before the poleshift ensures it never returns at all. However, the dollar will still hold value up until the poleshift since the puppet master is not interested in a full collapse. Here is some ZT on the matter.
Comment by MegaMontana on January 27, 2011 at 9:24pm
It would seem that right around Jan 23rd something changed in the northern pacific
Comment by Howard on January 27, 2011 at 8:01pm

Here's a broader perspective of the northern Pacific Plate activity since Jan 15th (courtesy of Recall 15).

Comment by Nancy Lieder on January 27, 2011 at 12:46pm

The Zetas explained the reason for the buoy activity, on the weekly Q&A, so I am posted in early here, couple days early.


Several buoys in the Pacific are showing a rising seafloor. These buoys to all the way to just under the Aleutian Islands, down along Japan, and wrap around to New Zealand and Fiji. This covers 3 of the 4 plates an earlier ZetaTalk stated were sub-plates of the Pacific Plate. What is causing this rise in the seafloor, and what will be the outcome of this?

We have described the Earth wobble as a violent push away of the magnetic N Pole of Earth, on a daily basis, when it comes up over the horizon to face the Sun and the approaching Planet X.  Where the globe as a whole moves at this time, the magma, being semi-liquid, can move independently to some degree. Of course the magma is magnetically sensitive! It is not just the core of the Earth, and the surface of hardened lava, that has magnetic characteristics. The magma likewise is attempting to escape the hose of magnetic particles coming from the tail of Planet X. This is the primary reason that the plate movements described for the 7 of 10 scenarios start in Asia. Imagine what happens when the magma rushes northwest, under the Pacific plates and against the plates along the Pacific Rim. The plates bobble, and this bobbling action loosens the rock fingers preventing the plates from moving against one another.

We have described the Pacific Plate as being composed of four different parts
and during this magma bobbling three of the four parts are lifted. These three plate parts – the eastern, western, and northern – are all subducting under the Pacific Rim in Asia, pushing under the Aleutian Islands, under New Zealand and Samoa, and under Japan and the Mariana and Philippine Plates. The four Pacific plates are also overlapping each other and compressing in the center, such that the northern and western plates are raising the Hawaiian and Society islands. This allows the Pacific to compress, but what of the western edges where the Mariana and Philippine plates are expected to fold, and Indonesia buckle and sink? The bobbling north Pacific plate causes the Mariana and Philippine plates to rise on their eastern edges, facilitating the tipping and thence the folding that are beginning to occur.

The lifting of the eastern edge of the Indo-Australian Plate, where it is lifting at Samoa, is also facilitated by the bobbling, which breaks any rock fingers along the plate edges when the bobble lifts, daily, and again when it drops. Where bobbling in the north Pacific plate meets resistance in Japan and the N American Plate borders, it does meet resistance at the Mariana and Philippine plates, which lift and drop, daily. The plate tongue holding Indonesia is thus assaulted on all sides by this bobbling, which is the CAUSE of the start of the 7 of 10 scenarios. The Philippine Plate and the eastern edge of the Indo-Australian Plate lift and drop, daily, while the Indo-Australian Plate near India remains held in place. As anyone who has discovered they can tear cardboard like paper if they simply bend it back and forth repeatedly  knows, this results in a loose plate edge. Thus, the plate tongue holding Indonesia slides and sinks!

Prior ZT:  http://www.zetatalk.com/ning/20no2010.htm
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. Where the Pacific plates are almost constantly adjusting, the north and west Pacific plates riding over the east and south Pacific plates, this is silent and virtually unnoticed by man, who cannot place his monitors under the deep sea.

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