For many years, the Zetas of ZetaTalk have warned of massive explosions and fires in oil and gas refineries and gas distribution lines, as rigid piping cracks or when the ground moves due to pressure from Planet X (Nibiru).
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Planet X is known by many names – the 12th Planet, Planet X (or 10th planet), and Nibiru. The bible calls it Wormwood; the Kolbrin calls it the Destroyer; and the Incas call it Hercolubus.
Planet X travels in an elliptical orbit that crosses close to Earth's orbit approximately every 3,657 years. It is close to Earth now. As Planet X passes Earth on its way out of our solar system, its tremendous pressure and magnetic pull causes Earth to wobble, stretch, and move in ways that disrupt gas pipelines and distribution lines, which tend snap and pull apart as a result.
ZetaTalk about Stretch Zone Accidents. The Zetas say that stretch zone incidents are not the same as earthquake incidents. Earthquakes occur when rock borders slide along each other or push under one another creating a jolt or a series of jolts. Stretch zone accidents are usually silent events and so do not get the attention that earthquakes do.
During the past 30-plus days, petroleum depots, refineries, gas storage plants, and pipelines around the world have exploded and burned leaving injury, death, and destruction in their wake.
On Aug 24 in Venezuela, at least 39 people were killed and dozens more injured in a giant explosion that set off a raging fire at Venezuela’s largest oil refinery. And, on the last day of August 2013 in Mumbai, India, a massive explosion and fire rocked the Hindustan Petroleum refinery. Then, in Sept and Oct, explosions and fires blasted refineries and gas storage facilities in Africa, India, Pakistan, the Virgin Islands, Mexico, Canada, and the United States.
- Sept 4, Cheyenne, Wyoming, unusually large fire at Holly refinery
- Sept 8, Port Arthur, TX, fire at the Valero refinery
- Sept 14, San Croix, Virgin Islands, fuel tanks exploded at gasworks service station
- Sept 22, Minnesota, fire in crude oil processing unit at St. Paul Park refinery
- Sept 28, Rawlins, Wyoming, explosion and large fire at Sinclair refinery
- Sept 30, Pakistan, main gas supply line exploded igniting a fire that engulfed four nearby houses and mosque
- Sept 30, Ontario, Canada, hydrogen leak and fire within five hours of each other at Suncor refinery. The Thurs before, cleaning product leaked into St. Clair River and two weeks prior pipeline leaked diesel fuel into St. Clair River
- Oct 1, Hildalgo, Mexico, explosion at Pemex’s Tula oil refinery
- Oct 7, Harper County, Oklahoma, gas pipeline explosion shot flames into sky; residents within two miles of blast evacuated
- Oct 8, Lagos, Africa, huge gas explosion at a petroleum depot engulfed a two-story and a three-story building in flames
- Oct 15, Puebla, Mexico, explosion and fire at natural gas storage plant
As if refinery and pipeline explosions and fires were not enough, add to the mix exploding houses, as well. These events are not isolated incidents. It is time to connect the dots so that you can see the bigger picture – the main reason for so many fires and explosions.
Hint: Start by connecting Dot #1 (Planet X) to Dot #2 (Planet Earth).
“The fact that we live at the bottom of a deep gravity well, on the surface of a gas covered planet going around a nuclear fireball 90 million miles away and think this to be normal is obviously some indication of how skewed our perspective tends to be.”
― Douglas Adams