My question to the Zetas is why there wasn't any jolt felt!?

In 2010 when we first detailed the New Madrid Adjustment as part of the 7 of 10 Plate Movement scenarios, we stated that this would involve one large JOLT with an immediate tearing of the Atlantic and the European tsunami. We referred to the location of the JOLT being in the “primary blockage” without clarification. Nor did we clarify the location in the Atlantic that would experience “tearing”. Now that the Finale is in process, the public seeks more specifics.

In March of 2022 we detailed a role the Rock Bridge above the little town of New Madrid - located at the juncture of the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers - would play. We stated that a JOLT there would “expedite the final rupture” and clarified that this Rock Bridge break would release the SE Portion from its attachment to the Mainland Portion, allowing it to “jump to the East”, destabilizing the Azores triple juncture of plates in the Atlantic. In April of 2022 we reiterated that the JOLT in the Rock Bridge will “signal” the start of the Finale.  

In May of 2022 we introduced the Rock Hook under Turkey and defined its role. Africa must roll for the Azores to be torn open, and the Rock Hook under Turkey is preventing this roll. The African Roll pulls on the SE Portion which is attached along their shared border in the Atlantic. This transfers to a tug on the Rock Bridge which ultimately snaps and sets the Finale in motion. Intrinsic to this is the S Atlantic void allowing Africa to slide its foot into the void and drop its NE corner so the roll can happen.

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

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Comment by Nancy Lieder on January 20, 2023 at 1:17pm

On January 20 the Ramapo Fault Line in New Jersey was heard from. Note this area has rock ripping apart, as the SO2 chart shows. Now there is nothing but the Bridge holding the two Portions together. 

Comment by Nancy Lieder on January 20, 2023 at 1:15pm

And yet one last action item for January 19. The New Madrid Fault Line runs North from the Bridge, up along the hard rock in Indiana that is the Appalachia rock, reaching for the Seaway. On January 19 there was a quake at Crawfordsville, right on this line! Everything loosening up for the big bang. 

Comment by Nancy Lieder on January 19, 2023 at 4:38pm

And yet one more action item for January 19. The Zetas have described the rumpling of the Black Hills SD as caused by the renting open of the Seaway in the past, and the associated pulling apart of the sides of the Mississippi River as part of this continuing process. Now on January 19 we have Agassiz National Wildlife Refuge going black on the Heliplots, The SO2 charts show the distress along the New Madrid Fault Line as it runs under the Seaway, being torn away from the SE Portion. This is just more evidence that this process in happening. 

Minnesota Bridge 8/2/2007:
We have stated that the ripping apart of the St. Lawrence Seaway ends in the rumpled Black Hills of SD. Run a line from Montreal, at the mouth of the seaway, to Rapid City, SD and the line runs through Minneapolis. Why would an adjustment be made in the middle of this stretch zone while the seaway itself did not part? When we described the diagonal pull the N American continent is enduring, and just how this will snap when adjustments are made, we did not intend that this process would occur smoothly, all at once as described. Weak points along the rip lines give way one by one, each such adjustment placing stress on other points in a domino manner. The I35W bridge, being the larger of the bridges crossing the Mississippi at this point, was less able to adapt to a change in position vis-a-vis its footings on either side of the river, as it was an interstate bridge supporting several lanes, and thus had massive and thus rigid supports. Smaller bridges have more flexibility as they are built to withstand uneven loads on either end, thus are more springy by design. Will there be more such disasters along the Mississippi and in the cities that will be affected by the New Madrid and seaway rip? This is just the start, and when the pace picks up, there will be no question that something other than Global Warming is the cause.

Comment by Nancy Lieder on January 19, 2023 at 12:58pm

On January 19 we continue to see action on many fronts. Africa clearly did some more rolling, with multiple quakes along the Med border above Algeria and a big slam at the end of the Red Sea where the Saudi Plate is being slammed while Africa drops on the NE corner. The Suez is again squeezed and closed at 3:45 in the afternoon. And the Sinai is on the move, turning counterclockwise. Our Israeli man-on-the-ground saying "The compass turned again a little bit to the right. CCW movement of the Sinai peninsula."

As the SE Portion tugs East and the Bridge is being gradually torn apart, unzipping will increase in the lower Mississippi. This can be seen in dual collapse - one to the East to the Mississippi River in Mississippi and another to the West in Texas. This as not huge issues but show that ground is being destabilized along the lower Mississippi. 

Lake Lamar Bruce Road Bridge Closure
January 18, 2023
A county road bridge leading to Lake Lamar Bruce has been closed. The bridge, located on Lake Lamar Bruce Rd at the Saltillo city limits, has been deemed unsafe by Lee County. 

Two Construction Workers Hospitalized after Part of Building Collapses at Stephenville Church
January18, 2023
Police said two construction workers were on an extended boom lift when they were struck by falling debris. One of the workers was transported by air to a hospital in Fort Worth, while the other was taken to a hospital in Stephenville.

ZetaTalk Prediction 12/31/2021: The New Madrid unzipping will come up from the Gulf, travel up the Mississippi River and along the East Coast Fault Line, and finalize under the Seaway.

Comment by Nancy Lieder on January 18, 2023 at 4:29pm

On January 18 lots of action on multiple fronts. Africa clearly rolled a bit more, causing a quake along the Med border and pulling apart the Azores. 

Then there is the stress on the SE Portion of N America, which is glued to the Africa Plate and being pulled EAST while the Caribbean and Mainland Portion of N America are being pulled WEST. Does this stress on the SE Portion cause electronic screech in the rock strata, attracting EMP? Just look at this chart! (

Then there is the issue of the "convulsing" around the Bridge holding the Portions together at New Madrid. We had action above the Bridge at Mt Carmel and Indy, and now a jolt at Cathedral Cave in SE Missouri. Of all the Heliplots this day, only Tiksi along the border in Siberia, (where the dropping of the Mainland almost always turns this Heliplot black), and the Cathedral Cave went black. How does one snap a wire if they don't have tin snips or a scissors? By creating fatigue in the wire by bending it back and forth until it snaps. That's what is happening here. 

Comment by Nancy Lieder on January 17, 2023 at 6:05pm

On January 17 splitting action is progressing up along the New Madrid Fault Line as it runs northward past the Bridge to the Seaway. Indianapolis in right on this line. Action has moved from Mt Carmel to Indy. This is not yet the #5 JOLT but shows that the fault line is loosening up in this Wabash region. This facilitates a major JOLT. 

Sinkhole that shut down McCarty Street in Downtown Indy
A sinkhole has shut down a busy downtown Indianapolis street for at least 24 hours. McCarty Street between Capitol Avenue and Illinois Street is shut down after after the street collapsed Monday afternoon.
According to a foreman at the cleanup site, the sinkhole crosses the entire street and will require approximately 24 hours for repairs. The sinkhole was caused by utility relocation work according to a tweet from DPW.

Comment by Nancy Lieder on January 15, 2023 at 3:04pm

Is it that mass of the Ozarks that deflects the NM Fault Line Eastward, toward the Seaway? Looking at the Ohio rock strata, Kentucky below Ohio is l ow land. Indiana into the Wabash has hard rock but not as dense and deep as at the Ozarks. Historical quake maps show that the New Madrid quakes center at New Madrid and then to up along the Ohio River. Will the JOLT at the Bridge happen there?

At Cairo, where the Ohio River branches off from the Mississippi River, the New Madrid Fault Line has two choices. As we have explained, rivers run along thin crust, which droops, and thus becomes the lowest elevation for the area. Thus the fault line had run up along the Mississippi River. But at Cairo, the Ohio River became more attractive. The solid and dense rock of the Ozarks lay to the West, along the northward path of the Mississippi River. To the East along the Ohio the deep rock strata was more amenable to being ruptured.

Following the Ohio River, the New Madrid Fault Line encounters the hard rock of the Appalachian Mountains. The Fault Line travels straight up along the edge of the hard rock in eastern Indiana, toward the Seaway, and there turns to travel under the Seaway to its exit in the Atlantic. The rupturing of the fault line thus choices, based on the composition of the deep rock, to jump the Ohio River into the Wabash Seismic Zone and on up to the Seaway. This is where the JOLT can be expected.

Comment by Nancy Lieder on January 15, 2023 at 1:27pm

On January 15 we see that the SE Portion is trying to separate from the Caribbean Plate. As the Zetas explained last March, the Caribbean cannot roll with Africa because it is glued to the S American Plate. The S American Plate continues to pull toward the Pacific, pulling the Caribbean with it. The attachment between the Caribbean and SE Portion is a long border, thus all the quakes along the eastern Caribbean border. This conflict was apparent last March, and is back on this January 15. 

ZetaTalk March 31, 2022:
There is a Triple Junction where the African Plate and the S American Plate and the rear leg of the elephant that represents the SE Portion of the N American Plate join. As with the Triple Junction at the Azores, such junctures are sensitive to movement in any one of the plates that are touching. Yes Africa wants to pull East into a roll but the large and deep quake that occurred on March 22 was not caused by tugging by the African Roll. If this were the case, such quakes would be occurring all the time.

Nor was that quake caused by the S American Roll, which as we have explained has completed. This too, if it were the cause of the March 22 quake in the Atlantic, would be causing such quakes regularly. Likewise with the Caribbean Plate, which is so attached to the S America Plate that it simply goes along with any position assumed by the S America Plate. The Venezuela heliplot show that Venezuela was jerked, so the action in the region was by default caused by the SE Portion.

We have explained that the SE Portion must be torn from the Mainland Portion of the N America Plate because it cannot move with the Mainland Portion but is stuck by the corner of the SE Portion where the rear leg of the elephant is hooked. It cannot lift out of that slot as the general motion of the N American Plate is to slide toward the SW. It cannot move toward the West as the Caribbean Plate clearly blocks any movement in that direction. Thus the diagonal rupture of the N America Plate must occur.

Comment by Tracie Crespo on January 14, 2023 at 10:23pm

Pompton Lakes house explosion injures firefighters (

House explodes in Pompton Lakes with 6 firefighters inside: It 'blew the roof right off'

Gene MyersSteve Janoski

POMPTON LAKES — Six firefighters were inside a Ramapo Avenue home battling a blaze when an explosion occurred that "blew the roof right off" shortly after 2 a.m. Saturday morning, destroying the house and injuring the firefighters.

None of the six firefighters suffered life threatening injuries, though two were transported to Cooperman Barnabas Medical Center in Livingston to be treated for burns. They were later released. The other four were treated on scene, Pompton Lakes fire official John Keating said.

“We were blessed,” Keating said when asked how nobody died.

The middle-of-the-night fire was called in by a police patrol driving down Riverdale Avenue when officers spotted smoke in the area of Ramapo Road.

Police were able to evacuate the lone resident of the house — a light colored, single-story Cape Cod-style home on the corner of Riverdale and Ramapo — who told officials he didn't know how the fire started.

The house was inundated with smoke when firefighters arrived, Keating said. A team of three firefighters entered the home and proceeded to the basement, where they believed the fire was.

Another team of two went in behind them, along with the assistant chief. A total of six firefighters were in the building, Keating said.

Once fire crews got in, it was less than a minute before the building exploded, Keating said.

“I thought we were going to have six fatalities, I really did,” Pompton Lakes Fire Chief Jason Ekkers said. “They managed to climb out of the basement with compromised stairs. They all helped each other out, they came out one at a time and we were at the back door, just feeding them out.”

Mayor Michael Serra said the explosion “blew the roof right off.”

“This is what our volunteer departments do,” Serra said. “We have a patrolman who caught first sight of the fire, then had our volunteer fire department here within minutes. Unfortunately there was an explosion. These gentlemen are putting their lives on the line as volunteers everyday here in Pompton Lakes."

Keating said they have not yet determined what caused the explosion, though the state Division of Fire Safety was on site Saturday. Public Service Electric & Gas responded to the scene at 3 a.m. and shut the natural gas line off at the curb.

"An investigation is underway so we can't speculate on a cause," said PSE&G spokesperson Rebecca Mazzarella.

The fire was brought under control by 3:30 a.m., with firefighters from Pompton, Riverdale, Pequannock, Wanaque, Bloomingdale responding.

The house cannot be salvaged, officials said. Excavating machines were on site Saturday.

Aftermath of a house explosion on Ramapo Avenue in Pompton Lakes on Saturday, January 14, 2023.

Olivia Alvarez, 17, saw it unfold from her bedroom across the street. She was about to go to sleep when she saw smoke as she looked out her second-floor window.

“I just saw smoke from the backside of the house, I thought it was a car or something. There was only a couple cops here. But a little later, I just saw it all explode" said Alvarez. "It came from the bottom of the house, up. The whole house lifted off the ground, then hit the ground again. The entire house, in one piece.”

Alvarez's mother Tracy said the explosion knocked pictures off the wall in their home. The house burst into flames immediately after the explosion, she said. The family went outside and stood in the front yard in time to see the resident's dog running away and a police officer catch it.

Neighbor Kim Forsyth didn’t hear the boom because she sleeps with earplugs. But her two kids heard it and felt the house shake.

“My daughter was horrified and terrified,” Forsyth said. “She was having a heart attack, screaming. She couldn’t figure out what it was.”

When Forsyth walked out of the house, she saw cop cars down the street and then flames burst from the house. Firefighters were trying to protect the homes of the immediate neighbors.

Aftermath of a house explosion on Ramapo Avenue in Pompton Lakes on Saturday, January 14, 2023.

Officials have not released the name of the resident. Neighbor Sam Terhune said the homeowner is “a friendly guy” who lived with his mother and always comes out to pet Terhune’s dog when they are out walking.

A GoFundMe campaign has been started for the occupant under the title “Home explosion expenses for Tom Garrett.”

"This home belonged to my grandmother who passed away on Dec. 23, 2022,” wrote organizer Amy Azcurra. “My uncle was still living in the home but luckily got out before the explosion.”

Aftermath of a house explosion on Ramapo Avenue in Pompton Lakes on Saturday, January 14, 2023.

The Pompton Lakes Volunteer Fire Department thanked everyone for "thoughts and prayers" on its Facebook Saturday afternoon. Throughout the morning, neighboring fire departments praised and prayed for their Pompton Lakes brethren.

“Last night our brothers and sisters from Pompton Lakes Fire Department were battling a two-alarm house fire. While attempting to douse the flames five of Pompton Lakes bravest were inside,” posted West Milford Co. 2 on its Facebook.

Congressman Bill Pascrell, Jr., said his office is monitoring the conditions of the firefighters "closely" and pledged "whatever support we can provide to Pompton Lakes and its fearless first responders.

“The fire in Pompton Lakes overnight was tragic and I am praying for the six brave souls who were injured in the blaze," Pascrell said. "The photos of the damage are a harrowing reminder of the danger our firefighters face every day. Every level of government must support them to the fullest extent."

Reporter Katie Sobko contributed to this report.

Comment by Nancy Lieder on January 14, 2023 at 2:32pm

By January 14 it is clear that the lower Mississippi River, from the Gulf to the Bridge over New Madrid, is no longer distressed by being pulled apart. The SE Portion and Mainland Portions of N America have pulled apart there. Even the New Madrid Fault Line along the Ohio River is less distressed, after months of being pulled apart. The remaining area of distress is the Seaway exit and the SE Portion itself. This is leaving the Bridge as the sole place holding the Portions together. Like a hook clasp, when that breaks, it all comes apart. 

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