Since 1996, the Zetas have warned about the formation of immense ocean whirlpools during the time preceding the periodic passage of Planet X, aka Nibiru :

"During a pole shift and the days preceding a pole shift there are many forces affecting the oceans which, when applied to the atmosphere, create tornadoes. As any child watching water run down a drain can note, a swirling vortex is created in the center of rapidly dropping water. This same process is what causes tornadoes to form when cold air is thrust over a warmer air mass, and when the force of wind behind the cold air stops, allowing it to suddenly drop.

"In the days leading up to a pole shift, the stopped rotation of the Earth causes the water formerly pulled toward the equator by rotation to equalize. The water at the equator starts flowing toward the poles. When the 12th Planet is positioned between the Earth and the Sun, water in any large body will heap up, drawn by the gravity pull of this large body just as the tides are drawn by the Moon. During the pole shift, the Earth's waters are first pulled in the direction of the shift, along with the Earth's crust, and then blocked in this motion by any land mass that has ceased to slide. All of these actions set water in motion, and many of these actions occur simultaneously, created chaotic motion. Thus, water may be in a position to suddenly drop, having been heaped high in proportion to the surrounding water. Cold arctic water may have been thrust on top of warmer water, and as with tornadoes, when the thrust that caused this situation stops, the cold water will suddenly drop, creating a vortex.

"These giant whirlpool have been recorded by the ancients, as their ships on occasion were caught in them during a pole shift. When one of the fleet managed to escape, the tale was told and recorded. However, as with many pole shift generated tales, these tales are taken to be myths."

ZetaTalk: Ocean Vortex - September 15, 1996

In 2000, the Zetas reiterated this prediction :

"We also predict that there will begin to be reports of whirlpools in the oceans that will startle those who have never seen such a thing in the oceans."

ZetaTalk: During 2000 - January 12, 2000

In step with the Zetas' predictions, gigantic ocean whirlpools began appearing in 2001 to the astonishment of unwitting observers.

February 3, 2001 - Pacific Ocean, San Diego, California

"At about 1100 feet above Black's Beach, Mike Runion was a passenger in an open-air biplane on a sightseeing tour when he saw something he'd never seen before. The pilot circles around for another look and there it is: a huge, spinning whirlpool. Mike grabbed his video camera and began to shoot. What he ended up with was 37 seconds of footage showing a spinning whirlpool, sucking up dirt and debris, just outside the surf line -- a spiral of foam rising up from the center."  Source

June 5, 2006 - Indian Ocean, Western Australia
A massive ocean vortex off the West Australian coast is acting as a "death trap" by sucking in huge amounts of fish larvae and coastal plankton.

A team of scientists from The University of Western Australia Murdoch University, CSIRO and three American, French and Spanish research institutions announced the discovery of the vortex after a month-long research voyage in the ocean just west of Rottnest Island.

Led by Dr Anya Waite, a biological oceanographer from UWA, the 10-member team found the vortex - 200 kilometers in diameter and 1,000 meters deep - spinning at speeds of up to 5kph just off the Rottnest Canyon.

MODIS detected the vortex on June 5, 2006, by the high concentrations of chlorophyll from coastal plankton in the water.

In the above image, the high chlorophyll concentrations are yellow against an aquamarine background of lower concentrations. The vortex creates a yellow loop around a blue and yellow oval center where chlorophyll concentrations are lower.   Source1  Source2

March 14, 2007 - Tasman Sea, Sydney, Australia

A massive, mysterious whirlpool of cold water has developed off the coast of Sydney, forcing the sea surface to fall and ocean currents to change course.

Dubbed a sea "monster" by CSIRO oceanographers, the huge body of water stretches almost 200 kilometers across and plunges 1,000 meters towards the ocean floor. Its center sits just 100 kilometers off the coast of Sydney and could stay there for months.

At its center, sea level has dropped by 70 centimeters, while the water 400 meters below the surface is 6C colder than normal at that depth.

The East Australian Current has been forced to divert around the eddy, which takes one week to do a full rotation in a clockwise direction. A second eddy of similar proportions is sitting further out from the coast.

Scientists are baffled by the powerful cold-water eddy, which is invisible to the human eye but can be tracked through satellite images. In the above image, variations in sea levels above or below the normal are shown, with the two icy whirlpools in dark blue. The icy whirlpool closest to Sydney is about 100km east of Sydney and moving clockwise. The warmer East Australian Current, shown in red and yellow, has been squeezed between the two icy whirlpools and also detours around them.  Source

November 26, 2007 - East China Sea, Northern Taiwan

A freighter may have sunk in a whirlpool last week, dragging down as many as 27 crew members within five minutes after the ship was struck by a giant wave off Taiwan.

The eddy between currents about 35 nautical miles east of Taiwan's northern tip is suspected of sinking the ship, which was carrying iron ore and an Indonesian crew of 28.

One crew member was found alive, clinging to his life vest, a day after the freighter went down last Tuesday.

"A whirlpool effect is possible," said Taiwan Coast Guard spokesman Hsieh Ching-ching after hearing the survivor's account.

"Some of the sailors couldn't put on their lifejackets in time, so there are some who didn't make it up."  Source

July 1, 2009 - Pacific Ocean, La Jolla, California

A strange current pulled divers off the La Jolla shore into a tornado-like swirl on Wednesday.

Now, lifeguards are warning scuba divers about the dangerous currents in the waters off La Jolla Shores. Several groups of divers reported the unexplained undertow around 7:30 a.m., according to officials. The divers said the underwater currents were pushing down and to the south about 30 feet underwater.  

Even experienced divers said they had to fight to get to the surface and that it was unlike anything they had ever experienced.

"My buddy tapped me and pointed, and you could see coming down the wall on a southwest direction was a swirl -- almost like a tornado of sand -- and then a wall like you would see in the movies when they're in the desert," diver Terry Strait said. "A wall of sand came pushing down, and we felt this current. It's easy to overestimate, but I would say over a knot of current. "  

Lifeguards and experts at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography were unable to explain the unusual current.  Source

September 2, 2010 - East China Sea, Okinawa, Japan

Massive 5.5 kilometer whirlpool forms off Okinawa, Japan.

February 2011 - Hong Kong

A remarkable drama in the seas off shore from Hong Kong was captured on video. First a whirlpool developed, then a line formed in the sea, developing into a waterfall.

"What is a water fall but water seeking its level? This location, off shore from Hong Kong, is subject to the Sunda Plate, which is just to the south, tipping down, creating a void. It is also subject to the Philippine Plate, just to the east, tilting and folding so that excess water suddenly must find someplace to go. A whirlpool first developed as the water coming from the east, from the Philippine Plate, was flowing east to west and due to temperature and density differences top water dropped and thus, the tornado in the water, the whirlpool. The whirlpool stopped as water arrived from the Sunda Plate, countering the direction of the torque. The sudden switch to a water fall occurred as the dual rise in water from the Sunda and Philippine Plates had a dual slosh back from both the south and east."

ZetaTalk Chat Q&A - January 12, 2012

March 11, 2011 - Northern Japan

A giant whirlpool forms near a port in Oarai, Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan following the epic 8.9 quake and tsunami on March 11, 2011.

April 3, 2011 - Atlantic Ocean, Guyana, South America

US scientists discovered two giant whirlpools in the Atlantic Ocean, off the coast of Guyana and Suriname. It became a sensational discovery because this part of the ocean has been studied thoroughly, and no one expected anything like that to appear in the area. More importantly, no one can understand where the whirlpools came from and what surprises they may bring.  According to Brazilian scientist Guilherme Castellane, the two funnels are approximately 400 kilometers in diameter. Until now, these were not known on Earth.  Source

"Why would this region generate giant whirlpools? The Caribbean Plate is being pushed to the west, as the roll of S America gains momentum. This leaves a void just to the east of the Caribbean Plate, temporarily filled by dropping the floor of the S American Plate in that area, flattening the ocean floor between Guyana and Suriname and the Atlantic Rift in the center of the Atlantic. Ripping apart of the Atlantic Rift has not yet begun there. Water rushes in to bring the ocean to its level, and whirlpools develop. This is yet more evidence that the S American Plate is on the move! "

ZetaTalk Chat Q&A - April 23, 2011

December 26, 2011 - South Africa

A NASA satellite has provided jaw-dropping pictures of a huge 'storm' brewing under the sea. The swirling mass of water - which measures a whopping 170 kilometers wide and is located 300 meters below the surface.  This counter-clockwise eddy is thought to have peeled off from the Agulhas Current, which flows along the southeastern coast of Africa and around the tip of South Africa, but scientists cannot explain the reason for pumping water from the Indian Ocean to the southern of Atlantic Ocean, which led to the emergence of this whirlpool.   Source1   Source2

"The Figure 8 of the Earth wobble causes the most extreme movements during the circular swings at the poles of the Earth, and this certainly includes the region of S Africa. First the globe is forced such that S Africa swings to the East, and then as the Figure 8 loop completes, to the West. What this does is produce a pumping action, first increasing water pressure along the east coast, and then reversing this to produce excess water pressure along the west coast. When strong enough, this could literally change the direction of the Agulhas Current, but this point has not yet been reached.

"The Agulhas Current normally flows from the Indian Ocean, which has relatively warmer water, to the South Atlantic. When the water pressure in the Indian Ocean is increased by the wobble, this of course increases the pressure of the flow, which would increase in force and speed. None of this in and of itself would produce a whirlpool, however. It is the reverse wobble effect, when S Africa swings to push under the South Atlantic, that produces the whirlpool. When this happens, there is a clash in the currents, and the Coriolis Effect as with all water and air in motion on Earth clicks in and creates a whirlpool.

"We have warned from the start of ZetaTalk in 1995 that whirlpools should be anticipated during the pole shift. We warned in the year 2000 that giant whirlpools in the oceans would begin to manifest, as we knew the Earth wobble was going to begin. When the Earth wobble arrived and whirlpools were reported off the coast of Japan and N America, we repeated our warnings. Weather wobbles affect more than the atmosphere! They affect the oceans, and will be on the increase. The Earth wobble, and only the Earth wobble can explain the Agulhas whirlpool."

ZetaTalk Chat Q&A - February 25, 2012

In 2013, once again in the South Atlantic and Southwestern Indian oceans, satellite imagery revealed immense and unprecedentedly powerful whirlpools that were likened unto 'black holes' in space :

Satellites Glimpse Ultra-Powerful “Black Hole” Whirlpools - August 21, 2013

Satellites have shown two mysterious 'black hole' whirlpools in the South Atlantic ocean - ultra powerful “vortexes” which suck water down into the depths.  The whirlpools - never witnessed before - would suck down ships, debris and even living creatures, moving 1.3 million cubic metres of water per second.  Two of the black holes - or “maelstroms” - have been sighted in three months by physicists from Zurich and Miami.

This phenomenon has been observed in the South Atlantic and South-western Indian Ocean, using satellite imagery designed to spot the aquatic equivalent of black hole currents.

In a three-month period, two perfect matches were found to mimic black hole behaviour, “We have found exceptionally coherent material belts in the South Atlantic, filled with analogues of photon spheres around black holes,” said George Haller, from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zürich and Francisco Beron-Vera at the University of Miami in Florida, who worked on the study.   Source

In late June 2014, news articles clearly intended to marginalize the lineal escalation of large-scale ocean whirlpools were promulgated in the media :

Gigantic Ocean Vortices Seen From Space Could Change Climate Models - June 26, 2014

Huge 'Whirlpools' in the Ocean are Driving the Weather - June 27, 2014

Massive Ocean Whirlpools are Affecting the Weather - June 27, 2014

While appearing to suggest enormous ocean whirlpools are commonplace, closer examination reveals a distorted presentation of mesoscale eddies.  Utilizing an outdated NASA sea-surface height video formerly used for pushing the El Nino excuse, the cover-up once again mixes apples and oranges in a vain attempt to mask the presence of Planet X, aka Nibiru from the common man.

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Comment by Ovidiu Pricopi on June 4, 2019 at 3:08am

A vortex/water tornado in the Mediterranean Sea near Nice,France , June 2nd.2019

Comment by M. Difato on July 31, 2018 at 5:38pm

NASA spots Ireland-sized whirlpool in the ocean

 NASA satellites have spotted a staggering green ‘whirlpool’ in the Gulf of Finland — and it’s the size of Ireland.

The intimidating vortex isn’t actually a danger to ships in the region though. No, it’s a particularly intense 27,000 square mile ‘algal bloom’ that’s making life difficult for fish.

Such blooms have been growing larger than ever in recent years due to climate change and are ‘strangling’ the seas, with phytoplankton spreading across the northern basins of the North Atlantic and Arctic Oceans.

On July 18, the Operational Land Imager (OLI) on Landsat 8 acquired a natural-colour image of a swirling green phytoplankton bloom in the Gulf of Finland, a section of the Baltic Sea.

                 This 27,000sq mile algal bloom has been spotted in the Gulf of Finland. Pic: NASA

The Finnish Environment Institute (SYKE) has observed the recent bloom from the water and found it to be mostly cyanobacteria. The proliferation of algae blooms in the Baltic Sea has led to the regular appearance of ‘dead zones’ in the basin.

Phytoplankton and cyanobacteria consume the abundant nutrients in the Baltic — fueled largely by runoff from sewage and agriculture — and reproduce in such vast numbers that their growth and decay deplete the oxygen content of the water.

According to researchers from Finland’s University of Turku, the dead zone this year is estimated to span about 27,000 square miles.

A Finnish-German research team reported this month that oxygen levels in recent years in the Baltic Sea are at their lowest levels in the past 1,500 years.

More frequent and massive blooms, combined with warming seas due to climate change, are making it harder for fish and other marine life to thrive in this basin.

Comment by Howard on May 9, 2015 at 7:42pm

Massive Ocean Whirlpools Creating 'Dead-Zones' in the Atlantic (May 7)

Researchers have discovered immense 100-mile eddies of low-oxygenated water traveling across the Atlantic Ocean.

These gigantic whirlpool-like structures are forming in the tropical North Atlantic Ocean, spinning for months at a time. These eddies have extremely low levels of oxygen, making it nearly impossible for any animal life to survive within them.

“The fast rotation of the eddies makes it very difficult to exchange oxygen across the boundary between the rotating current and the surrounding ocean. Moreover, the circulation creates a very shallow layer – of a few tens of meters – on top of the swirling water that supports intense plant growth,” says researcher Johannes Karstensen. The plant layer functions like an algal bloom along the coast, eventually leading to lower levels of oxygen in the center of the eddy.

Researchers have observed eddies hundreds of feet tall with rotating diameters between 60 to 94 miles wide. The associated dead zones within the eddies stretched close to 650 feet.

In some of the dead zones the researchers observed almost no oxygen in the samples of seawater they looked at. The maximum concentration they observed was 0.3 milliliters of oxygen per liter of seawater.

Common knowledge in the research community before this study held that the minimum oxygen content in the waters of the North Atlantic was around 1 milliliter of dissolved oxygen per liter of seawater.

While sea life in the open ocean is definitely most affected by this new discovery, Karstensen anticipates that these moving dead zones could also affect people living in Cape Verde.

“Given that the few dead zones we observed propagated less than 100 kilometers north of the Cape Verde archipelago, it is not unlikely that an open-ocean dead zone will hit the islands at some point," Karstensen said.

"This could cause the coast to be flooded with low-oxygen water, which may put severe stress on the coastal ecosystems and may even provoke fish kills and the die-off of other marine life.”


Comment by Howard on July 12, 2014 at 7:19pm

Twin Whirlpools Form Off Eastern Australia (Jul 10)

Dramatic photos of the ocean churning water and sand into whirlpools off Lennox Head beach have been captured by Goonengerry pilot Tim Howes.

Mr Howes took the photos on a flight to Tyagarah, early on Thursday morning.

When he realised he had captured what he thought was a unique phenomenon, Mr Howes posted the photos on the North Coast Storm Chasers Facebook page looking for an explanation.

"The water spiralling was amazingly intense, to the point the water was funnelling down probably at least a metre in the centre," Mr Howes posted.

"I don't think anyone could keep their head above water in it."

It was the first time Mr Howes said he had seen such an amazing display by Mother Nature.

"I've flown over this piece of water hundreds of times before but never seen it," he said.

"It's worth noting these are two separate whirlpools, about 100 m apart, winds were blowing from the south west at about 15 knots."


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