There is a rash of sinkholes, collapses, explosions and other disastrous events occurring across China, especially in the south and the near coastline – why?
Horrific sinkholes are materializing all over China, but mainly in southern and coastal areas. In past four months alone, more than 20 sinkholes have developed in Lianyuan City in Hunan Province. Additionally, river banks in the area have collapsed and drinking water wells have been destroyed. Many people living in the area have been evacuated after some houses developed cracks. In all, more than 4,000 people and 500 acres of farmland have been adversely affected.
What could be causing these sinkholes?
Large numbers of sinkholes began to appear worldwide as Planet X tightened its grip on Earth, forcing it into a daily wobble, which is intensifying.
Nancy Lieder and the Zetas of ZetaTalk have forewarned of a 20-foot drop in elevation for areas from Hangzhou in Zhejiang Province south along the coast to Vietnam during the transit of Planet X. They say that Hunan Province is one of several being affected by pressure from the subducting Indo-Australian Plate, where the unstable tongue of the Eurasian Plate is breaking off.
Earlier in 2012 in Hunan Province, a gigantic sinkhole opened in the middle of a road engulfing a BMW, killing one person and injuring three who fell into it. Several manhole explosions have taken place recently in areas of eastern China. One manhole cover hit a woman, while others shot out fire and smoke. A few years ago, a sinkhole opened in a home in Hunan Province and swallowed the family’s toilet and paddy field, along with two telegraph poles and a playground at an elementary school. In Guangxi Province in 2007, 100 sinkholes opened.
Shanghai is sinking as local legislators struggle to keep it above sea level. Recently, a building, as well as a shopping center there collapsed, and a 10-meter crack appeared in a road in Shanghai's Lujiazui area, home to skyscrapers and 13 million people.
Could these catastrophes spreading across southern and coastal China have anything to do with the massive “ghost cities” being built by China? Read about these ghost cities in What’s up with China's massive, mysterious “ghost cities”? (Photos)
2012 Earth Wobble Troubles for China
- In Changsha Village, land collapsed engulfing a two-story building.
- In a town in Hunan Province, nearly 700 cave-ins affected 1,200 people.
- In Guizhou Province, a gas explosion rocked a mine killing 32 and injuring 47.
- In Yunnan Province, yet another mine explosion.
- In Jiangxi Province, a tunnel collapsed trapping at least 16 workers.
- In Shanxi Province, a gigantic double sinkhole collapsed a road destroying gas and water pipes.
- In Zhejiang Province, a blast inside a restaurant killed 14, and in Ningbo, a five-story residential building collapsed.
- In Jiangsu Province, the Tinghe Bridge collapsed dropping a truck and two women riding electric bicycles into the river.
- In Heilongjiang Province, a seven-year-old, four-story office building collapsed burying eight people, and a coal mine in the area flooded killing several workers.
- In Harbin City in August, a section of the multimillion dollar Yangmingtan Bridge (opened in November) collapsed. Four lorries fell off the bridge.
- In Guangxi Province, a giant sinkhole swallowed a van, while sinkholes around Nanning caused one building to collapse, six to tilt, and another to crack, with more than 800 villagers evacuated after land sank.
A safe location is an area that will be fairly protected during the Pole Shift. China is building cities in deserted locations, locations considered to be “safe after the Pole Shift." Google images show these sprawling cities with eerily empty roads in remote areas of China. Some estimates put the number of empty homes at as many as 64 million.
It is interesting to note that none of these ghost cities have been built in southern China or anywhere near the coast. Just the opposite, all have been built inland, often in desolate, uninhabited areas. Do the Chinese powers-that-be know something that the public does not know about what the future holds? Are these ghost cities to be “safe havens” for Chinese elite after the Pole Shift?
Does China take predictions of a Pole Shift seriously? You be the judge.
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