Massive cracks, enormous land rifts, and gigantic sinkholes are now the norm, appearing worldwide daily as the earth wobble grows more violent. Then there is the horrendous stench smelled in Rouen, France; London, England; Albany, New York, and Northern California on January 21 (source)
Time to connect the dots . . . or should we say connect the countries.
These disasters are not isolated incidents. A quick look at LISS heliplots for Jan 31 will give you a good idea of how intense the shaking is and has been for most of January and February - some days it was completely black. (An explanation of how the LISS heliplots work can be found at the end of this article.)
The severe earth wobble caused by the close approach of Planet X (Nibiru) has strengthened, the closer it gets, the more destructive its effects on poor old Planet Earth. If you look at these incidents individually, you might say “coincidence.” However, when you look at them collectively by country, continent, and date, a very clear picture emerges.
In the southeastern United States, in a 9-day period in mid-January, there were more than 50 landslides in Tennessee, North Carolina, Kentucky, West Virginia, and Alabama. (Explosions during this same period are too numerous to list in this article and will be covered separately.)
Note the dates of these catastrophic events that happened in just a little over a month:
- (Dec 29) Colombia - landslide buries six cars under tons of mud and rock
- (Jan 1) Argentina – 3 kilometer (1.9 mile) land crack opens in Otumpa dividing village in two
- (Jan 2) United Kingdom – massive rift appears in road exposing layers of earth; road sank
- (Jan 4) Thailand – land cracks and subsidence in Ang Thong; walls in houses separate
- (Jan 5) USA – backwash lagoon in Springfield, Tennessee, collapses after sinkhole opens under it
- (Jan 8) Malaysia – ground cracks and sinks in Taman Menglembu Berlian; just a few days earlier in late Dec, land cracks and a massive retaining wall slips
- (Jan 9) USA – crane collapses with popping cables and snapping metal in New York City
- (Jan 9) Africa – church classroom collapses in Kitale, Kenya; in a one month period, this is second building collapse
- (Jan 10) Brazil – giant sinkhole opens in middle of a road and swallows car in minutes
- (Jan 10) USA – sinkhole opens in San Diego road
- (Jan 11) Bahrain – three-story building collapses in Manama
- (Jan 11) USA – building collapses at Buckingham construction site in Pennsylvania
- (Jan 16) USA – building on Canal Street in New York collapses
- (Jan 16) Egypt – eight-story building collapses in Alexandria
- (Jan 17) Utah – massive boulder falls from ridge, slamming into and crushing home; in mid-Dec in California, a gigantic rolling boulder crushed a garage.
- (Jan 19) USA – two-and-a-half story house in Chicago collapses
- (Jan 19) Tennessee – massive sinkhole opens just outside Bluff City, roughly 75 ft. across
- (Jan 24) Ecuador – landslide damages mine trapping miners and damaging homes; 10 days previous, landslide in the same area killed two
- (Jan 21) New Zealand – massive landslide in Mount Cook National Park
- (Jan 22) Poland – giant sinkhole and landslides bury several garages
- (Jan 24) USA – building in downtown Ashville, North Carolina, collapses like pancake
- (Jan 24) USA – 50-ft. wide sinkhole opens in Deland, Florida, uprooting trees and damaging power lines
- (Jan 27) Turkey – landslide knocks over wall and engulfs players and spectators at amateur football game
- (Jan 27) Philippines – portion of a hill gives way and landslide changes course of river (source)
- (Jan 27) Indonesia – multiple landslides bury houses and people beneath mud and rocks (source)
- (Jan 28) China – three buildings in Guangzhou City collapse into enormous sinkhole (source)
- (Jan 30) China – car falls into sinkhole in Singapore (source)
- (Jan 30) Canada – Several sinkholes open in Toronto, one quite massive
- (Jan 31) USA – massive 100 ft. sinkhole opens in Alabama in Birmingham Barons Baseball Stadium
- (Jan 31) Afganistan – building collapses killing six-year-old boy
- (Feb 1) USA – factory building collapses in Fremont, Ohio
- (Feb 1) China – bridge collapses in Henan Province (which came first the collapse or explosion?)
- (Feb 2) Canada – series of quarry landslides in Ottawa bury two truck drivers
- (Feb 6) USA – Pennsylvania – rear corner of bank building collapses in sinkhole
- (Feb 7) India – Huge cracks appear in land in several places; houses developed cracks (source)
- (Feb 7) USA – sinkhole opens in road in North Londonderry, Pennsylvania (source)
Eyes wide open. Connect the dots and a very clear picture emerges. Time is short. Do not panic. Prepare. If you would like a FREE subscription and receive regular updates from this author, click Subscribe at the top of the page.
What is LISS?
Live Internet Seismic Server (LISS) is an online resource from the US Geological Survey (USGS) designed to provide real-time data charts (heliplots) for seismic activity around the world. To read the heliplot, start at the top left of the vertical axis. Time is listed from top to bottom on the 24-hour clock, in one-hour increments. Each hour is divided into 10-minute segments on the horizontal axis. Spikes may indicate an earthquake, while smaller spikes across the heliplot indicate continuing seismic disturbance. Continued seismic disturbances represent the earth wobble, which shows up simultaneously on heliplots around the world.
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