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Re: Planet X: ZetaTalk ACCURACY

Thus, to refer to my previous analogy of a cup of cocoa being dashed to
the floor whether a child bumps the table or a moving train takes a
head-on collision, it's better for the cup of cocoa to be where the ROOF
will not shortly fall upon it, or the walls compress into a crush, or
some such, which is why the Zetas have responded to questions and the
safe Locations TOPIC ( and an
Adobe document ( has developed. For
example, ZetaTalk given on the following locations:

    ANCHORAGE is dealt several blows during the shift, as it 
    lies along a coastline, is near a chain of volcanoes, and 
    borders the Pacific where subduction of plates will 
    occur. During the week of roatation stoppage, the water 
    normally pooled at the equator due to the effect of 
    rotation will drift toward the poles, equalizing. Thus, 
    the tides will be higher. At the shift, the volcanoes to the 
    west will explode spewing ash over the nearby vicinity, 
    which will become upwind to Anchorage to some
    degree due to the prevailing westerlies which will still 
    pull the ash toward Anchorage. Sloshing water, already  
    higher than normal along the coast, will rise to the tops 
    of the buildings in the city. After the shift, however, the 
    ocean fishing, and the familiarity of the people with this 
    activity, should prove a good lifestyle. Survivors will 
    need to become accustomed to a very warmer climate, 
    as the new Anchorage will be close to the new equator.

    MELBOURNE lies on a southern tip of Australia, 
    pointing toward the South Pole. In this regard it needs 
    to take extra precautions over and above the other 
    coastal cities along Australia's eastern coast. Melbourne 
    has many advantages - being on a plate that will tip up, 
    slightly, during the shift, and being close to the sea for
    fishing opportunities and snuggled within mountains
    for safety from floods and tidal waves. However, there
    will be extraordinarily strong ocean currents rushing 
    between the Pacific, which will be compressed and 
    need to empty, and the Indian Ocean. This affects any
    city directly along the currents. Boats will disappear 
    in a wink in the flow, and not surface for days. The 
    water may be somewhat higher than normal just
    prior to the shift, too, as the stagnating earth will pool 
    her waters at the poles, not the equator, when rotation 
    stops. Thus, the rush of water away from the Pacific 
    will not only be forceful, but high, rather than low - 
    a double danger.

    Where India will become the new South Pole, lands
    nearby can expect to move from the near equatorial 
    climate they experience now to severe cold such as 
    Siberia and northern Canada experience. Jolting 
    earthquakes from the nearby fault lines adjusting to 
    the effect of having a moving crust come to a crunching 
    halt will take its toll on TURKEY, but as this part of
    the world is experiencing a stretch, rather than 
    compression, there will be no hot earth or subducting 
    land to be a concern. In addition, these lands ride 
    high so will escape the rising waters from melting 
    poles. Those unprepared for a sudden drop in
    temperature will be the worst off, both from the 
    standpoint of clothing and agricultural practices.

    DALLAS sits like a jewel in the center of Texas, but 
    will prove to be a jewel out in the open and without 
    protection during the coming cataclysms. Freed 
    from concern about earthquake damage, being away
    from fault lines, and concerned only with replacing a 
    few windows after any hurricane that might travel 
    inland, Dallas has had few worries. During the coming
    cataclysms, Dallas will find itself presented with wind
    and water changes that it cannot resist, and its residents
    will be without protection. Water does damage that 
    those viewing film of floods cannot imagine, unless 
    one were viewing the effects of the flood waters as 
    they encroach. Water melts the substrata, as well as 
    presses against foundations not built to resist such
    pressures. Thus, unless constructed on solid rock 
    and with thick walls, most structures will lean in the 
    winds and be pushed over by the rising water. Where
    a high rise does manage to stand above the water, it 
    will become filled with desperate survivors, who 
    increase in number as they manage to paddle to these
    islands. The flood waters will take days, and in most
    cases weeks, to recede. And what, during those weeks, 
    will these survivors eat and drink? Few will survive, 
    and those that do will live with tortured memories.