Nancy Wrote on Holgraphic Presentation Last night...


http://www.zetatalk.com/newsletr/issue169.htm
"Over to S America the Andes are shown doing mountain building, while some islands in the Caribbean are sinking, their plate
pushed under as S America rolls."


Note:
In this particular Blog will be describes and take note of all the Earth Changes of the World that will lead to the Geological Movement of the South American Plate: about 250 miles/400.33 Km  to roll!.

https://poleshift.ning.com/forum/topics/zetatalk-chat-for-december-...
" These regions will not experience the sense that they have moved 250 miles further to the west, though this will be computed by man after the roll has been completed."
The 7 of 10 Event: A multi-region event!
The Zeta sequence is as follows:
(2) with Indonesia sinking,
(3) a folding Pacific Ocean
Allowing:
(4) S America to roll,
-this blog-

-Caribbean Subducting under Northern South America:

-Sinking part of  the Caribbean Plate:
-Lesser Antilles  sinks in the ocean and
-Central America get crunched  in the process:
(5) a tearing of the south Atlantic Rift
Allowing:
(6) Africa to roll

(7) and the floor of the Mediterranean to drop,
(8) great quakes in Japan:
-Precursor:
(9) followed by the New Madrid adjustment,

(10) which is followed almost instantly by the tearing of the north Atlantic Rift with consequent European tsunami.
7 of 10 Pace:
8 of 10 Overlap:
A Must See:
Zeta Report Survival Tips 1:
Zeta Report Survival Tips 2:
Zetatalk/Troubled Times Survival Booklet PDF:
Cover, front and back
Table of Contents and Introduction
Homeless
Settlement
High Tech Note: continued in the next PDF document
Communities
Resources
Addendum

And finally, the Zetatalk predictions for safe locations are 100% accurate.

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Mexico: massive landslide in Veracruz and road collapse in Huasteca
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Land crack damage in Mexico and Panama
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Mexico: 800 thousand homes affected rain of bygone days / Flooded and the road bumpy Mexico-Oaxaca
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A must Read:
7 of 10 STATUS as of July 14, 2011
Quoted:
" This is my draft newsletter for Sunday July 17, 2011. Newsletters can usually be found on the archives by Friday, so there by July 15, 2011. http://www.zetatalk.com/newsletr/archives.htm

I am publishing this just as we are starting to get some real action, it seems, on the S American front, with crunching in Mexico, Panama, and Costa Rica...."
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Mexico: 200 homes were affected by major floods / Cazones River to overflow eviction of 300 families
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South East Caribbean

2 quakes, same area, 20 minutes appart

First quake July 14,  2011, at 2 05 am local time, 6 35 UTC reported by Venezuela

Second quake 

Earthquake North West of Trinidad
Jul.14.2011

On Thursday July 14th, 2011 at 2:35am local time, an earthquake occurred North West of Trinidad (North of the Paria Peninsula). The event was located at 11.19°N and 61.92°W with a depth of 64km. The magnitude was 4.1. There were felt reports from Port of Spain, Tunapuna and Cascade Trinidad. No damage or injuries were reported. Please note that these results are preliminary and may vary slightly when additional data is processed.

http://www.uwiseismic.com/NewsDetails.aspx?id=204

 

Earthquake East of Trinidad
by Government Information Service Limited


Posted: Jul 15, 2011 16:09 UTC

PORT-OF-SPAIN - On Thursday 14th July at 2:36 a.m., local time, an earthquake occurred north of Paria Peninsula. The event was located at 11.19°N, 61.92°W. The preliminary magnitude was 4.1 and the depth was 64 km.

There were felt reports from Port of Spain, Tunapuna and Cascade Trinidad. No damage or injuries were reported. Please note that these results are preliminary and may vary slightly when additional data are processed.

If you felt this event please visit www.uwiseismic.com and complete the SRC Did you feel it? form or send an email to earthquakes@uwiseismic.com.

http://news.caribseek.com/Trinidad_and_Tobago/article_95424.shtml

Mexico: Poza Rica floods in river overflow.
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Domincan Republic: 160 homes and the village below remain flooded
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The gasoduct is located in Northern Colombia, border with Venezuela, Wayuu or Goajira land

Energy savings plan requesting people to save energy (electric) or face fines. Now the interruption of gas creates a stress in the option of cooking with electric stove. Caribbean crunch going on...

 

Failure of gas affects several locations in Zulia
The decline is due to the explosion of a section of pipeline Trans "Antonio Ricaurte."
EL UNIVERSAL
Sunday July 17, 2011 3:09 PM
Maracaibo .- A failure in the domestic gas service affects many communities in Maracaibo and San Francisco from Saturday afternoon until past noon on Sunday.

President of the Autonomous Service for the Supply of Gas in Maracaibo (Sagas), Nora Barboza reported that the decline is due to the explosion of a section of pipeline Trans "Antonio Ricaurte."

He said through a statement issued by Corpoelec, we reported that about 4:50 am on Saturday July 16 the incident that caused the interruption of gas supply from Colombia and affection generation unitspower plants in Zulia state.

The gas outage damaged the functioning of the units 13 and 14 of the plant with 108 MW Ramón Laguna Termozulia II and the General Rafael Urdaneta Thermoelectric Complex with 220 MW.

Given this situation, immediately activated a contingency plan with the company PDVSA Gas, which runs jobs to cover progressively the supply of gas required by generating units that are affected to restore the flow of fuel from the Venezuelan Colombian pipeline.

Barboza said that the service could be restored in the evening today, after the conclusion of the work and hope to increase the pressure.

The area north of the capital of Zulia is one that has reported the complete interruption of gas service. Still, in areas of San Francisco and elsewhere has reduced the pressure. Through social networks, Maracaibo users complain of the failure and one of the claims they do is not to use electric stoves because they increase the consumption of light.

With information from Maria Teresa Luengo.
http://www.eluniversal.com/2011/07/17/falla-de-gas-afecta-varias-lo...

 

For in Colombia, Cartagena de Indias, the old Caribbean Port town, is slowly losing their balconies, structures prone to fail first during earth movements.

Falls off balcony Portal de los Dulces, in Cartagena
 
Jose Molina, UNIVERSAL | CARTAGENA | Posted on June 16, 2011 - 11:12 am
This Thursday morning, a piece fell from a balcony of the Clock Tower Building, in the emblematic passage known as Portal de los Dulces, in the Historic Center of Cartagena de Indias.
Fortunately no injuries, but much amazement among residents and passers-by the Center for this unique event in the Plaza de Los Coches. The balcony was part of the second floor of the edificiación.

http://www.eluniversal.com.co/cartagena/local/se-cae-balcon-del-por...



Building Center damaged, danger

MARIA ALEJANDRA CARDONA - EL UNIVERSAL | Posted on June 20, 2011
JULY BROWN - THE UNIVERSAL
 
This was the balcony of the Clock Building Portal after the collapse.
In expectation is residents of Cartagena and especially visitors to the historic center of the city after the collapse of a balcony of the building Portal Clock, in the Plaza de Los Coches. 
 The fact triggered reactions, especially the regular visitors to the Centre who fear similar situation because there are many buildings in disrepair and that threaten to collapse. 
 House Pastrana, Calle Las Damas, the balconies of the building Ismael Porto, in the corner of the Coliseum to the Future and several private buildings of the Street lamps, are some of the buildings of the Centre in bad shape. 
 "The problem is not just the balconies of these buildings and their high degree of deterioration is also inside the buildings and this ends affecting those of us down, "complains Manolo Hernandez, owner of Warehouse Fuller, located under one of the affected buildings in Calle del Candilejo. 
 Hernandez that" last year all of us under these apartments we were severely affected for the winter, as water pierced to reach our premises. "
" We had to perform work on roofs to reduce the damages that could easily trigger up to fire, because the leaks could intervene in the electrical systems of homes, "adds Hernández. 
 However, the problem is not new, as in 2007 Hernandez filed a complaint with the Personality, as the owner of the property abandoned does not appear. 
 Those affected say the deterioration of these properties represents a high risk for everyone.

A restored 230 buildings 
 Meanwhile, Irina Junieles, director of the Heritage and Culture of Cartagena (IPCC) reports that when buildings are closed, they matter for the owners restored. 
 "There are 230 property in disrepair in Historical Center, this figure was dropped after making a inventiraio house to house for 6 months, this ended in March. "
" During April we send notice of warning to each of the owners who must repair their homes, not to do could be fined up to 80 minimum wages. "
 Likewise, the IPCC offered the support of architects of the Heritage Division of the IPCC, for free advice on repairs. 
" The next step is the processing of the punitive process against those who do notagree to abide by, this year we reached 20 minutes of commitment to owners, this procedure continues with an edict that will be published in coming days, "said Junieles. 
 There are people who do not have the funds to repair homes, especially in Gethsemane for these people looking for grants with the Ministry of Housing, we are in analysis and discussion.

The incident 
 Around 9 am on Thursday collapsed part of the balcony on the second floor of Building Clock Tower. 
 Even though the sound produced by the structure to fall was strong and the shock for many was great, a few minutes every thought that had passed. 
 However, at 3 pm again collapse another part of the balcony, and who were around ensuring that the shock was great. 
 "Fortunately no one was hurt, but I think it is a warning to fix this building and others in the Center who are in worse condition at another time the consequences could be fatal, "says Darsila Galvan nurse working in the area. 

http://www.eluniversal.com.co/cartagena/local/edificaciones-deterio...


Another balcony falls in the Historic Center

CARTAGENA | Posted on June 20, 2011
 
OSCAR DIAZ ACOSTA - THE UNIVERSAL -
The balconies of the historic center of Cartagena, although part of the architecture of the City Cultural Heritage of Humanity has become, many of them, a risk to passers by its poor condition. It seems that the controls exercised by the IPCC which has not been sufficient to slow its deterioration.
http://www.eluniversal.com.co/cartagena/local/se-cae-otro-balcon-en...
Another balcony fall

Posted on June 26, 2011
 
Kailin GIRALDO / EL UNIVERSAL /
Another balcony fell last night in the historic center of Cartagena. At this time occurred in the 2 nd of Badillo Street and although no one was injured, the crash caused damage to a vehicle that was parked.
http://www.eluniversal.com.co/cartagena/local/se-cae-otro-balcon-31125

Another balcony falls in Historical Center of Cartagena

JOSE MOLINA RAFAEL RAMIREZ, EL UNIVERSAL | CARTAGENA | Posted on June 27, 2011
 
Giraldo Kailline El Universal
On Saturday night, averaging 9:30 pm, a balcony fell on a vehicle traveling on Second Street in Center Badillo.
It is the last reported case occurred on Saturday night. There was averaging 9:30 PM and left a broken-down vehicle was moving on Second Street Badillo Center. 
 
 Because of this last event, the Historic Center, the Institute of Heritage and Culture Cartagena (IPCC) said it will begin fining owners of properties in disrepair in this area of ​​Cartagena who did not undergo repair. 
 
 A census of the IPCC shows that there are 230 houses in the historic center who face problems of deterioration, whose owners are being notified to proceed with arrangements, under penalty of up to 80 minimum wages. 
 
 The vast majority of goods in poor condition are in the Barrio San Diego, some in the streets of Las Damas, the balconies of the building Ismael Porto, in the corner of the Coliseum to the Future and several private buildings of the Street lamps, are some of the buildings of the Centre in bad shape. 
 
 The IPCC, in a statement, claimed to be fulfilling the statutory duties of preserving the heritage of Cartagena, making the control and safeguarding cultural assets, as far as their competence and the laws allow. 
 
 reiterates in its statement that began in the second half of last year, a case against each of the buildings to deteriorate, which began as an uprising house to house they did architects of the Heritage Division and determined that these 230 properties face problems on their balconies, walls in danger of collapse, and so on. 
 
 Of the 230 properties, according to the IPCC, nearly 12 owner agrees, by signature minutes of commitment, to repair them. Ensures agency district that against those who have failed, has followed the procedure penalties. 
 
 "The IPCC reiterates that it has fulfilled its legal duties, and that the only measure you can take in these matters is the sanctions because unfortunately the legal not allowed to go further. Remaining in the hands of the police authority (Police Inspectorate) the process of closing order which corresponds according to the state of the real estate ", says IPCC communication.
The last case 
 
 front of the case from the balcony of Building Garcia Rey, located on Calle Segunda de Badillo, and identified with the number 3688, the IPCC said that this property is located between 230 to which I send the trade reporting of deterioration. 
 
 claims that the owner of this well Sybil Bridge, called the May 24 permit enclosure for the start of maintenance and consolidation, that it is the responsibility of the Heritage Division of the IPCC, for which he was awarded theapplication on June 1, 2011.
Other events 
 
 The June 19 from a balcony on the tight streets of the Spirits fell. The incident occurred in the morning and fortunately no one was passing by that road when the crash came. 
 
 June 16 The other event was presented in the Historical Center that alerted the authorities. This time in full tourist site. 
 
 Around 9 am on that Thursday collapsed part of the second-floor balcony of the Clock Tower Building.In the afternoon, at the same place others came to the floor balconies. 
 
 Fortunately no one was injured, only material losses.

 
 The construction of the MTSP
The District has formed a Special Management Plan and protection of the Historic Center, which is to issue the Ministry of Culture, and within it, are presenting measures as the creation of Fonpat Heritage Fund, whose resources would be earmarked for conservation and maintenance of buildings in the historic center of town. 
 
 This fund would nurture a percentage of the surcharge environment that is paid with property taxes. 
 
 The second strategy MTSP is the implementation of the Healthy Housing Improvement and Comprehensive MinistryHousing and Environment, which includes the application of resources up to 12.5 million pesos, for those households in strata 1 and 2 of which 70 have been identified within the neighborhood of Gethsemane.
http://www.eluniversal.com.co/cartagena/local/se-cae-otro-balcon-en...


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Falls off a balcony on Calle Las Damas

LOCAL WRITING, THE UNIVERSAL | CARTAGENA | Posted on July 14, 2011 - 9:53 a.m.
 
OSCAR DIAZ-EL UNIVERSAL
The incident occurred during the rainstorm with strong wind that hit Cartagena from 1:30 am on Thursday 14 July. In recent days, also a balcony fell from a building of the Portal de Los Dulces.
http://www.eluniversal.com.co/cartagena/local/se-cae-balcon-en-la-c...



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