ZetaTalk Newsletter Addendum as of January 21, 2022

Pemex Explosion and Tehuantepec Ridge

The Addendum is being published early on January 21 (3 weeks after the end of 2021) to show the status of the New Madrid rupture. We are on the verge. After the great Pacific buoy alert on January 14, the buoys lingered on alert for a couple days through January 16. These buoy alerts did not rise from the Tonga volcano eruption, but rather at the top of the Pacific. Tonga was a reaction to Pacific plates compressing and overlapping, not a cause of the buoy alerts, though the media refuses to clarify that. UFO displays were seen in S Carolina and Ireland on January 16, warning of pending tsunami.
The USGS has stopped reporting quakes on January 17, for the second time in a week. The last time was just a day or so ahead of the big Pacific buoy affair, which started up at the top of the Pacific and later was blamed on Tonga which is on the bottom of the Pacific. Why do they keep taking quake reports offline? Other sites like Raspberry Shake and Volcano Discovery keep reporting without problems. The Zetas explain.
ZetaTalk Explanation 1/17/2022: The USGS has been in coverup mode for almost two decades. At first they just reduced the magnitude of all quakes, and ordered the rest of the world to go along with their dictates. They regularly drop quakes that occur in unpopulated area or under the water at sea. This is why other quake reporting sites have so many more quakes to report. But the USGS soldiers on, regularly reducing the magnitude of quakes. At present the quakes they do report have been reduced by an estimated 4 magnitudes.

Why are they now taking their quake reporting site offline, stating "no fresh events in database"?  This situation also occurred the day before the Pacific buoys went on alert on January 14. Was the USGS aware that the Pacific was going to compress? They are hyper aware and before a massive quake swarm that would alarm the public can occur, are set to take their public website offline. This is part of the Nibiru coverup, but hopefully this will change after the public becomes aware that Nibiru is real and set for a passage.

On January 18 the EBS system was being tested in Texas and Missouri. By January 19 emissions from tension in the rock of the N America Plate was extreme. A NOAA map of SO2, CO, and CO2 show both the SE Portion and Mainland Portion awash with these emissions. This stress goes all the way to the tip of Mexico. On January 19 Mario of the ZetaTalk Followers group noted that the tail of Nibiru had changed direction, from pointing to the left to pointing to the right. This is suspected of being a Council of Worlds maneuver inciting a Severe Wobble to break the coverup over Nibiru.

What would cause the Mainland Portion of N America to start to slide to the SW? And why is the tip of Mexico associated with the start of the New Madrid unzipping? It appears that the Philippine Plate, which had 3% yet to go on the last 7 of 10 analysis, is now active. Is the fact that it is directly across the Pacific from the tip of Mexico significant? Looking at what might be blocking the Mainland Portion from sliding to the SW, it appears the Cocos Plate would have to fracture. The Zetas comment.
ZetaTalk Explanation 1/18/2022: We, the Zetas, have given many details about the New Madrid unzipping process. We have stated that the tip of Mexico should be closely watched, as quakes there would signal the start. We have stated that the Mainland Portion of the N American Continent will slide to the SW while the SE Portion of the Continent will seem to rise toward the NE. We have stated that the N American Continent has been under a bow stress, with the Aleutian Islands being pulled toward the tip of Mexico. And we have stated that the New Madrid unzipping would come up from the Gulf, then up the Mississippi River and along the fault line under the Seaway.

In all of this, we have not detailed what the trigger event would be that would start the unzipping. Since we have stated that the unzipping is to occur during a 3 week period to start before the end of 2021 and complete in 2022, there is no reason for secrecy. We are at the brink. Obviously, if the bulk of Mexico is included in the Mainland Portion, and Mexico is blocked from a slide into the Pacific by the Cocos Plate, and the tip of Mexico is covered in quakes while this portion of the Mainland is repeatedly slammed against the Cocos Plate, then this is a factor.

The Caribbean Plate is being driven westward by the S American Roll, but the Caribbean Plate is entangled with the S America Plate and hugged by the SE Portion of the N American Plate. All these as a unit refuse to move into the Pacific. But the void formed by the compressing Pacific is pulling the Mainland Portion of N America westward. This void was increased just days ago during the great Pacific compression of January 14-15. The void in the Pacific just west of the Cocos Plate is also increasing when the Philippine Plate completes its tilt as it has for some days now.

The trigger event for the New Madrid unzipping will thus be a movement of the Cocos Plate to the west. The Cocos and Nazca Plates are already fracturing at Central America and will fracture further. Once the tip of Mexico is freed and no longer blocked from a slide to the SW the entire Mainland Portion can participate. The pressure from a bow wanting to straighten out will have an outlet. The release in the bow will first occur at the Mexico end of the New Madrid Fault line. Up through the Pemex gas fields, through the Gulf, up the Mississippi River and under the Seaway, in that order. A diagonal rip along the New Madrid Fault Line.

A close examination of the Cocos Plate finds there is a fracture point, just where the constant quakes on the tip of Mexico are occurring. The S American Roll is attempting to complete and pushing the Caribbean Plate to the West. This hammering puts pressure on the Cocos Plate too.

Tehuantepec Ridge
The Tehuantepec Ridge is a linear undersea ridge located off the west coast of Mexico in the Pacific Ocean. It is the remnant of an old fracture zone. It lies within the tectonic Cocos Plate, separating the lower and older seafloor of the Guatemala Basin which lies southeast of the ridge from higher and younger seafloor which lies to its northwest.

ZetaTalk Explanation 1/20/2022: The Point where the Caribbean and N American and Cocos Plates touch is a weak point where fractures have occurred in the past. It is just below the Pemex gas fields, a known weak point in the Gulf of Mexico along the start of the New Madrid Fault Line. The tip of Mexico is riddled with fault lines at this triple juncture as a result of past fractures. The border between the N American Plate and the Cocos Plate at this triple juncture is riddled with earthquakes lately, on January 20 the Volcano Discovery website showing over a dozen above Magnitude 3.

Since Mexico must slide to the SW to allow the Mainland Portion of the N America Plate to slide to the SW, the Cocos Plate must move out of the way. As noted on the Cocos Plate maps, the Tehuantepec Ridge is considered an old fracture zone, separating portions of the Cocos Plate. The Tehuantepec  Ridge springs from the triple juncture, and if it were to fracture again would open a pathway for the N American Plate to slide to the SW. This is indeed the process in place on this day, during the odyssey of the New Madrid rupture.

Meanwhile the tension in the Mainland Portion of N America was causing train derailments in Indiana on January 18 and in Iowa and another in Indiana on January 20. Bridges also were collapsing by January 20 in Iowa and Las Vegas and explosions caused by gas line fittings in New York and Detroit and Oklahoma.
On January 19 the Pemex gas fields exploded. This was a key indicator for Wave#1 and Wave#2 of the New Madrid pre-rupture waves in 2021, as the New Madrid Fault Line starts at that location. The quakes along the tip of Mexico, just above the Cocos fracture point had gotten extreme, as Volcano Discovery shows upon a search for January 20.

An Explosion wasr Recorded in a Pemex Pipeline in Huimanguillo, Tabasco
January 20, 2022

This January 19, 2022, around 4:00 p.m. an explosion was recorded in a Petroleos Mexicanos (Pemex) pipeline in La Venta, in the municipality of Huimanguillo, in the state Tabasco Federation. According to the first versions, the fire would have started due to an alleged burning of grassland by the inhabitants of the region, who are dedicated to agriculture; however, the fire reached an active line of the Mexican parastatal, which already had leak reports for a few weeks.
Huimanguillo: Pemex Pipeline Explodes in Tabasco
January 20, 2022

Personnel from Petroleos Mexicanos (Pemex) and Civil Protection from Tabasco and Huimanguillo fight this fire caused by the explosion of a six-inch oil pipeline in Villa La Venta, local media report. The fire started around 4:00 p.m.in the Ejido Jose Narciso Rovirosa on a branch of Pemex pipelines that leads to the La Venta Gas Processing Complex.

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