On Saturday, Dec 28, a massive chunk of cliff side collapsed on a road between San Diego and Ensenada in Baja California, Mexico. It fell about 300 feet toward the Pacific Ocean, taking a tractor trailer truck with it. This scenic road saw evidence of fractures after the Dec 19 earthquake, which struck south of Ensenada.
This expanse of road is in a "stretch zone." Stretch zones are places where the land is being stretched and twisted. San Diego is at the approximate center of the North American bow, caused by pressure put on tectonic plates by Planet X (Nibiru) in the solar system.
State Civil Protection Director Antonio Rosquillas said that on Saturday morning, small fractures suddenly turned into enormous cracks on the cliff side, worsening around 2:30 a.m., when a massive section of the highway dropped toward the sea.
The enormous collapse of land happened just 15 miles south of Enegia Costa Azul, the first liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal on the North American west coast, a terminal that can process up to one billion cubic feet of natural gas per day. What would have happened if the land collapsed under it?
Per the Zetas of ZetaTalk, the center of the North American continent bow is approximately at San Diego in southern California. The North American Plate abuts the Pacific Plate at this point, with no minor plate in between to absorb any pressure. With the Pacific Ocean under constant pressure as it compresses, the North American continent is bowing in an unrelenting and increasing manner.They say that the lurch of Mexico to the west actually intensifies the bowing of the North American continent.
Even though earthquakes and stretch zone incidents like this massive land collapse, happen almost without warning, their approach is never silent. We have had and will continue to get warnings. As the bow stretch becomes more intense, we should expect to experience cracking rock inland from San Diego all the way to the Mississippi, forcing adjustments north and south from the Aleutian Islands to the tip of Mexico.
Question: Does the presence of oarfish found off the southern California coast have anything to do with tectonic plate movement?