The Zetas said 2 to 3 weeks starting at the end of December overlapping into January. We already passed their forecast. Is it delayed again? It seems that after the 20th everything went quiet again. They said that at this point there is no reason to keep secrets anymore, any comments? Is the CoW going to interfere on the timing of the earthquake/tsunami, meaning would they prevent it to occur for example in the middle of the night to minimize chaos and deaths? Waiting for storms to pass?

What were our actual words, when Nancy relayed them? “We are now detailing that the New Madrid unzipping will occur over a 3 week period, starting toward the end of 2021 and overlapping into 2022.” The start was to occur toward the end of 2021 and overlap into 2022. Which it did, as the unzipping at the start of the New Madrid Fault Line began at the breach where the Tehuantepec Ridge fracture on the Cocos Plate connects with the fracture on the thin crust on the tip of Mexico just below the Pemex gas fields.

The heart hears what it wishes to hear and everyone, including Nancy, heard that the entire unzipping would occur during this 3 week period.

The New Madrid is now unzipping and will not abate or respite. Our words during the initial prediction in 2010 were also “there will be one large jolt with a subsequent and almost immediate tearing of the Atlantic.” This large jolt has not yet happened, but the unzipping from the juncture at the Cocos Plate and then through the Pemex gas fields and into the Gulf has started. What has the process been during this 3 week start? The Pacific compressed on January 14. Deep quakes at the Tehuantepec Ridge juncture with the tip of Mexico occurred and the fracturing of the Cocos Plate included heaving in the floor of the Rivera Plate along the California coastline.

The unzipping then arrived at the Pemex gas fields, where the coverup over this process forced a temporary closure of the Raspberry Shakes seismograph which was then adjusted to disguise the process ongoing. As we have repeatedly stated, the unzipping will “come up from the Gulf, travel up the Mississippi River and along the East Coast Fault Line, and finalize under the Seaway.” Unzipping under the waters of the Gulf is not visible to the common man, though the Junta has planted underwater seismographs along the fault. New Orleans is now in harms way.

Source:ZetaTalk Chat Q&A for January 31, 2022

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Comment by Nancy Lieder on February 23, 2022 at 3:22pm

Train derailments: 20 car train derailment in Arizona and in Denison, north of Dallas.
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No Injuries after Train Derails in Denison
February 22, 2022
Crews with the Dallas Garland and Northeastern Railroad are still working to clear a train derailment near West Morton St., in Denison. It happened just after 4 pm, on Tuesday afternoon. Witnesses say at least six cars overturned and the track separated. It is still unclear what caused the derailment and no injuries have been reported.
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Freight Train Derails in Arizona; Crews Contain Solvent Leak
February 21, 2022
The derailment happened east of Highway 87, at Storey Road. The cause of the derailment was being investigated.

What is the nexus between multiple pressure points on the Cocos Plate border and two train derailments in the southcentral US? With the SE and Mainland Portions separating at the Tehuantepec Isthmus they can both operate independently. The Mainland Portion continues its slide to the SW, thus signs the Rivera Platelet is now fracturing its connection to the Cocos Plate and more hammering quakes along the Albatross Plateau. The Cocos Plate fractured at the Guatemala Basin and this break is still continuing, with the Cocos Plate now pushing against Central America.

The separation is predicted to run through the Gulf and up past New Orleans along the Mississippi River. Sinking land along the Mississippi River Embayment, with consequent breaks in the bridges over the Mississippi River there, would be expected. Note that two sudden and unexplained trail derailments in Phoenix and Dallas are lateral to the Embayment. The pressure is rising, though not yet along the fault line running under the Mississippi River. Watching the Embayment for flooding and the bridges there for closures would be clues to progress of the New Madrid Fault Line separation.

Comment by Nancy Lieder on February 21, 2022 at 5:22pm

Tehuantepec Isthmus train derailment, exactly where ZetaTalk predicted NMA unzipping would occur. Train pictures posted by Centro Noticias Oaxaca
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People are reporting booms in central Florida. It shook houses and rattled windows. Surely, New Madrid related.
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2:05pm HUGE boom in Central Florida
I don't know what it was, but it shook my house and rattled the windows. VERY low frequency. Did anyone else hear it? All the dogs in the neighborhood are barking. It sounded more like an impact than an explosion.
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Isthmus of Tehuantepec
Although the isthmus has been considered a favourable transportation route since the early 16th century, it was rejected as an interoceanic canal site because construction of the canal would have been too costly. Instead, a railroad extending 192 miles (310 km) from Coatzacoalcos on the Gulf of Campeche to Salina Cruz on the Gulf of Tehuantepec was opened in 1907. 

If the Mainland and SE Portions of the N American Plate have separated at the Isthmus of Tehuantepec, then each portion can act on its own. This is true of the lower portion as the separation travels up from the start of the fault line at Tehuantepec and then through the Pemex gas fields and the deep waters of the Gulf to New Orleans. Until the separation arrives at the hard rock barrier at the town of New Madrid, which resists pulling apart, the serious rupture we have predicted will not occur.

In the meantime, life in the lower part of the N American Continent will be changing. While the Mainland Portion drops slowly, relieving the bow stress that had been imposed upon it for over a decade, the SE Portion continues to find itself in a tug-of-war between its attachments to the African and Caribbean Plates and its deteriorating attachment to the Mainland Portion. The Cocos Plate has fractured at several points to allow the Mainland Portion to drop but must fracture further below Central America.

Meanwhile the Isthmus itself will pull apart, in two different directions, a trauma already displayed by the train derailment on February 19. The dance that will occur between the Mainland and SE Portions before the rupture reaches the town of New Madrid will be more violent than has been the case. This dance will reverberate throughout the SE Portion, but the path of the rupture will come up the Mississippi River from the Gulf. Monitoring this path will provide the best clues as to progress and timing.

Comment by Nancy Lieder on February 21, 2022 at 2:12pm

Since the Cocos Plate has fractured, allowing the Mainland Portion of the N American Continent to shift South and West without being blocked by the Cocos Plate, the pace has picked up. Within a day of the February 19 fracture that Nancy detected via the buoys, there is reaction at the top of the N American Plate. On February 20, another clue is being presented via the Heliplots, which show the constant intense jitter at Tiksi, Siberia moving to Greenland. Tiksi has had black Heliplots for months while the Mainland was being tugged down, but now has a normal Heliplot, while the tug has moved to Greenland.

We have consistently predicted
that the tear of the Atlantic at the tri-plate Azores juncture would happen “almost instantly” when the jolt at the town of New Madrid occurred, signaling that the rupture of the great New Madrid Fault Line had begun. The SE Portion clings to the plate borders to the SE – the Caribbean, African, and S American Plates. But what of the long border between the Mainland Portion and the Eurasian Plate? This envelops the Mainland Portion from the far East across the Arctic over to Greenland and thence down between Canada and Europe.

The N American Plate border through the Arctic is held in a rigid stance because the N American Continent cannot roll, having a flat top. The New Madrid rupture may emerge from the Gulf, thence outlining the SE Portion along the Fault Line and across the Atlantic to the Azores tri-plate juncture, but the script has been written such that the Azores plays a part. The SE Portion and its attachments hold firm, but the N Atlantic is already rupturing
along the mid-Atlantic rift. The switch of the tug from Tiksi to Greenland is preparing the way.

Comment by Nancy Lieder on February 19, 2022 at 4:50pm

As the entire Mainland Portion of the N America Plate shifts toward the SW, releasing the bow tension that has accumulated over the past few years, there is stress on the N American Plate at the Arctic at Tiksi. This HelioPlot seems perpetually black, but Siberia does not want to shift to Mexico, presumably. The Seaway is pulling open above the New Madrid Fault line, showing this tug all the way to Montana which likewise has a black HelioPlot on this day, February 19. But it is the hard rock on either side of the town of New Madrid which holds the key to the fault line rupture. This is where the jolt will occur. 

Comment by Nancy Lieder on February 18, 2022 at 5:27pm

The buoys show the portions have separated!

The Mainland and SE Portions of the N American Continent have separated at the tip of Mexico through the Gulf of Mexico. This can be seen in the buoy recordings, which show the SE Portion with a heaving Gulf floor while the Buoy off the West Coast of Mexico is showing a normal wave height throughout. Previously, they rose and fell together. The extreme quake activity over the past few days from the Tehuantepec Ridge and down along the coast to Guatemala, combined with a very deep quake on the Isthmus itself, shows that a likely Cocos Plate snap was at this location.

Internal dynamics of the Cocos Plate shows that the Tehuantepec Ridge is riding over the section just to the SE, creating a distinct platelet candidate there that has been pushed down in the past. What will this separation of parts to the East and West of the New Madrid Fault Line where it begins at the tip of Mexico mean? As the N American bow relaxes the Mainland Portion will find it can slide to the SW with less resistance. This will inevitably pull apart the hard rock at New Madrid, creating the anticipated rupture of the New Madrid Fault Line.

Comment by Nancy Lieder on February 17, 2022 at 3:42pm

Comment by Nancy Lieder on February 16, 2022 at 1:53pm

As the Mainland Portion continues to slide to the SW the Cocos Plate must make room. This issue was last addressed by the Zetas on January 28. The Zetas gave several possibilities for what would move to make room for the Mainland Portion drop. Top of the list was having the Cocos Plate fracture along the Tehuantepec Ridge, which rises 600 feet above the ocean floor.

The Tehuantepec ridge reaches about 200 m above the ocean floor, apparently aseismic, which is part of the Cocos plate and is being subducted in the Mesoamerican trench, more or less at the height of the city of Tehuantepec.

On this February 16 it appears pressure is being placed on that portion of the Cocos Plate that lies just to the SE of the Tehuantepec Ridge.

SOZT (January 28)
The Cocos Plate stands in the way of the Mainland Portion’s slide to the SW, and something must give. There are several possibilities. The Cocos Plate can fracture along the Tehuantepec Ridge. This fracture point, which touches on the triple juncture which separates the Mainland Portion and SE Portion of the N American Plate at the tip of Mexico, is where the New Madrid Fault Line begins. The Cocos Plate can also shift westward, but this would require a major push against the Pacific Plate. Or the Cocos Plate could shift southward to override or fracture the Nazca Plate.

As can be seen from the many platelets near the epicenter of this January 28 quake, pressure to give the Cocos and Nazca Plates room to move during a New Madrid adjustment has happened before. The North Andes Platelet in Colombia and the little Panama Plate both show these pressure points. Clearly the tip of the Nazca Plate that reaches up toward Panama is fragile and likely to break from the Nazca Plate. But does this give the Mainland Portion the room it needs to slide to the SW?

We predict the likely outcome will be a combination of maneuvers. The little Rivera platelet can snap off, allowing it to maneuver independently. The portion of the Nazca Plate reaching up to Panama could likewise snap to become an independent platelet. The Cocos Plate at present is riding up over the coast of Mexico but could likewise tilt, giving the Mainland Portion more room to shift toward the Pacific. But most likely the Cocos Plate will fracture at the Tehuantepec Ridge juncture, so that the northern part of the Cocos Plate will shift westward. Geology in motion.

Comment by SongStar101 on February 16, 2022 at 11:52am

Massive 6.2m Adjustment! 4+m's continue.  Crumbling plate?

Guatemala earthquake: Buildings reduced to rubble as massive 6-magnitude tremor hits

A major earthquake measuring 6.2 in magnitude has struck Guatemala reducing buildings to rubble.

The quake hit the Central American nation on Wednesday morning, with the epicentre in Nueva Concepción, the European Mediterranean Seismological Centre (EMSC) said.

It was at a depth of 96 km (60 miles), EMSC said.

The initial tremor was felt at 1.12am local time, before two aftershocks followed at 1.50am and 1.56am, measuring 5 and 4.8, according to reports.

An image of a car having been crushed by falling debris from a collapsing building was taken in Totonicapán city this morning.

While other snaps show rocks having fallen across a road and emergency workers digging through rubble.

Other countries to feel the force were El Salvador and Mexico.

Comment by Juan F Martinez on February 16, 2022 at 2:05am

New Madrid Seismic Unzipping — How bad will it be?
Here's a study in PDF format by Virginia Tech from 2009: Catastrophic Earthquake Response Planning Project, and the Impact of New Madrid Seismic Zone Earthquakes on the Central USA, Volume 1 to give you a taste of what's to come.

Comment by Juan F Martinez on February 13, 2022 at 6:55pm

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