How will the damage from electro-magnetic pulse caused by Planet X differ from that caused by the solar flares or lightning man is familiar with? As we have often mentioned, man is only aware of a few sub-atomic particle flows, less than 1/1000 of those known to the Zetas. Thus our explanation cannot be given by citing only those particles known to man. It is more than electro-magnetic flows that are generated. It is more than the flow of electrons in space, what has been termed recently in your media as Dark Lightning. We explained at the start of the ZetaTalk saga that the path lightning takes is laid out and readied by other particles, similar to electrons, else how did the electrons find their way?  

The Earth is currently in the grip of two magnetic fields – the Sun’s dominant field and the approaching field of Planet X. The Earth stands upright in side-by-side alignment with the Sun, but Planet X attempts to accommodate the Sun by laying along its magnetic field lines, which at present is causing it to point its magnetic N Pole outward toward the Earth. This can be seen in the dramatic Red Filter photos Alberto takes, where Planet X, to the right, blows its charged tail across the face of the Sun so the Moon Swirls cluster at the left of the Sun. The magnetic field of Earth has increasingly skewed during this blast so that the Earth’s magnetic N Pole has been pushed to Siberia, and the Earth into a more exaggerated wobble. 

As man is aware, electrons and magnetons like to flow together. This is the reason an electrical field can be generated by rapid movement around a magnet. By blasting the Earth from the side, Planet X is creating hot spots where magnetons are crowded, and this attracts electrons to those hot spots. When rock is under pressure, there is also an electric screech that alarms animals in the area and creates static on nearby radios, as water within the rock can conduct electricity more readily when the rock is squeezed. What happens then, when a temporary magnetic hot spot forms over rock under pressure,  which the bending Sunda Plate endures, which happens to be under water, a known electric current conductor? The crowded electro-magnetic field will ground, and the electronics in the hapless plane in its path silenced.

Source: ZetaTalk Chat Q&A for March 15, 2014

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Comment by Scott on April 13, 2016 at 3:00am

W.A.P.A. Restores Power to St. Thomas-St. John District Following Sunday's Island-wide Blackout (4/11/16)

The restoration followed a Sunday night incident where an apparent surge entered the Randolph Harley Power Plant, tripped Unit 23, two other generating units and caused a service interruption to all feeders in the district, according to a press release the semiautonomous entity issued early Monday. W.A.P.A. says its personnel are investigating the cause of the surge. Line crews are now patrolling Feeder 10A to determine the cause of a fault which became evident during earlier attempts to restore service to the feeder.

Comment by Scott on March 18, 2016 at 7:46am

General cargo ship Haoda 6 caught fire in East China Sea (3/16/16)

The general cargo ship Haoda 6 caught fire in East China Sea on 8 nautical miles off Ningbo, China. The vessel was en route from Yokohama, Japan to Taizhou, China was proceeding near Ningbo on southern course, when the engine room started smoking and inflamed. The fire extended to the whole compartment and the crew sent distress signal, requesting for assistance.

...The investigation for the root cause of the fire is under investigation, but according to preliminary information the fire started from short circuit in diesel generator. All the seamen, from Chinese and Bengali nationalities, were safe and without injuries.

Comment by Howard on March 18, 2016 at 3:17am

Mysterious Power Surges Shut Down San Francisco Bay Rail Transit (Mar 17)

It’s an engineering mystery. Last month, Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) trains traveling east under the San Francisco Bay began failing due to damage to electrical propulsion equipment.

The problem dramatically escalated, and on Monday, 29 February alone, 40 cars went down. By the end of that week, according to the San Francisco Chronicle, BART had 80 cars out of service for repairs. Frustrated commuters packed into the remaining, working cars on shorter than usual trains.

At the time, BART engineers said the evidence pointed to some kind of power surge, but couldn’t identify the cause.

On March 17, the Bay Area Rapid Transit officials said 50 of their train cars — twice as many as originally estimated — were damaged by unexplained power surges that day on a section of track east of the bay, between the North Concord/Martinez Station and the Pittsburg/Bay Point Station.

Desperate BART officials shut that section of track down, resorting to transferring passengers past it by bus.

BART engineers have not been able to determine what's causing the problem, and outside experts are being flown in to evaluate, system spokeswoman Alicia Trost said.

"What's occurring is that when a train is traveling over that section of track, it experiences a high spike in voltage and that is damaging a piece of the propulsion equipment on the train car," Trost said.

There is speculation the glitch might be age-related since all the damaged train cars are of the same vintage, Trost said. So far, officials think the issue is mechanical, not the result of deliberate tampering or other human causes, she said.

"No one has indicated that, but because of the fact we haven't gotten to the bottom of the root cause, I don't know," she said.

The electrical surges are burning out critical components and putting cars that typically carry over 200 passengers apiece during peak commute hours out of commission.

That has made BART trains even more crowded than usual and left some people in downtown Oakland standing on station platforms as packed trains passed them by.

Unlike the power problems that led to an unprecedented 29-hour shutdown of the subway system in the nation's capital this week, the issues with BART have caused no electrical fires, Trost said.

The latest surges happened on a section of track that links two BART stations more than 30 miles east of downtown San Francisco.

The segment was shut down March 17 and was likely to remain so on March 18 to avoid any damage to other cars, Trost said.

Bus service was established to ferry passengers who needed to get to the two affected stations.


Comment by Scott on March 11, 2016 at 10:10pm


Two Indian sailors were killed and three injured in a fire aboard the 2,000 dwt product tanker Al Sadaa off the coast of Yemen, said External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj in social media posts Monday.

...Indian media report that the incident was the result of a fire in the pump room, and that it occurred on either Friday or Sunday; accounts differ.


Comment by Scott on March 11, 2016 at 9:58pm


A passenger boat, ferry JAYLANN 2 with 81 passengers on board suffered fire in engine room in the afternoon Mar 7 shortly after leaving Siquijor, Siquijor Island, bound for Dumaguete, Negros Island, Philippine, Bohol Sea.

Panicked passengers were about to jump overboard, but luckily, a nearby ferry MARIA JOSEFA (IMO 8125612, GT 292, flag Philippine) rescued all passengers and crew, no injures reported.

ZT Comment 1/03/2015Both Air Asia and the Greek ferry were dealing with turbulent winds and seas, and this will be blamed as the cause, but the truth lies elsewhere. These types of accidents will be on the increase.

The effect electromagnetic surge has on electronics includes racing engines and electrical arcs, both of which can start fires and cause explosions. From the complete loss of electronics in Air France 447 in 2009 to the racing and exploding transformers on the Russian Sayano-Shushenskaya dam in 2009, dramatic evidence of electromagnetic pulse from the charged tail of Planet X has occurred. Arcing between the charged tail and land occurs where the rock is under tension, as we have so often explained. The Sunda Plate is under constant pressure in this regard, the loss of MH 370 and MH 066 engine problems as recent examples. The African roll has the Mediterranean pulling apart, with this Greek ferry loss positioned just under a known fault line there.

Comment by Kojima on March 26, 2014 at 3:19pm

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PETALING JAYA: A victorious night could have turned tragic for Terengganu's football team when their Malindo Air flight had to turn back because the ATR 72-600 plane’s turboprop engine caught fire.

Terengganu midfielder Faiz Subri posted a picture of the burning engine and said the plane turned back and landed in Subang Airport.

Everyone on board the 7.30am flight was safe.

The table-topping side were due to return to Kuala Terengganu on Wednesday after beating ATM FA 3-0 at the Selayang Stadium on Tuesday.

According to Terengganu FA staff, the players posted pictures of the incident on their social media pages.

According to a statement on the Terengganu FA's website, the team took a replacement flight back to Kuala Terengganu at 10am

Comment by lonne rey on March 26, 2014 at 2:26pm

PETALING JAYA: A victorious night could have turned tragic for Terengganu's football team when their Malindo Air flight had to turn back because the ATR 72-600 plane’s turboprop engine caught fire.

Terengganu midfielder Faiz Subri posted a picture of the burning engine and said the plane turned back and landed in Subang Airport.


Comment by Starr DiGiacomo on March 25, 2014 at 12:39am

A Malaysia Airlines Flight Makes an Emergency Landing in Hong Kong

The aircraft suffers electricity-generator failure on the way from Kuala Lumpur to Seoul

A Malaysia Airlines flight from Kuala Lumpur to Seoul suffered an electricity-generator failure and had to make an emergency landing in Hong Kong on Monday morning.

“Electrical power continued to be supplied by the auxiliary power unit,” said a company statement. “The aircraft was then diverted to Hong Kong for rectification and landed uneventfully.”

The Malaysia Airlines statement added that all 271 passengers on Flight MH066, an Airbus 330-300, had been transferred to other carriers.

The incident comes 16 days after the still unexplained disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, which was en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing. The search for that flight is ongoing and is unprecedented in commercial aviation history.

Comment by Starr DiGiacomo on March 24, 2014 at 5:40am

Lightning kills 114 sheep, 12 cows in Andes of Bolivia

La Paz : Bolivia | Mar 22, 2014 at 2:30 AM PDT

LA PAZ, Bolivia - A lightning killed 114 sheep and 12 cows in an Aymara village in the Bolivian Andes, an official in the area said.

Dead sheep were scattered on the hill with the charred wool, said Friday by telephone to The Associated Press Panfilo Chura, secretary of the mayor of Achacachi, 80 kilometers north of La Paz where the community Yacachi Grande is located in which the phenomenon occurred on Thursday afternoon.

The lightning was so loud that it seemed that the sky was broken, a witness told the PAT television. The roar threw down the shepherd and flock Angelino Ventura, 80, who was unhurt owner. Ventura broke down in tears on Friday and said he lost all his cattle.

The Indians prepared the Friday afternoon an offering to the Pachamama (Mother Earth) before burying dead animals in a pit, Chura said.

In the highlands hailstorms and thunderstorms during the rainy season are common but never lightning killed sheep and oxen, the official said.

Since its ancestors, the Aymara Indians of the Andes from the climate attributed to divine anger and usually make offerings to appease the gods of the mountains, according to anthropologists. AP

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