On the afternoon of January 23, 2012, a series of rogue waves hit French and Italian shores around San Remo. Ports on the Mediterranean coast as far away as Cannes, reported these waves, which crushed cars parked on the dock, swept a motorcyclist, his bike, and a car into the marina, and pushed emergency vehicles around.
Watch the enclosed video caught by closed-circuit camera on a nearby yacht. It shows the rogue wave as it crashes over the seawall in San Remo around 4 p.m.
For years, ZetaTalk has predicted an increase in erratic high tides, rogue waves, and whirlpools in the oceans. Even though rogue waves are not new, they are on the increase, triggered by underwater disturbances that displace large volumes of water. The daily earth wobble caused by Planet X (Nibiru) in the solar system, jerks Earth violently back and forth, and rogue waves are the result of heaving land and undulating water.
According to the Zetas, a tectonic plate border that runs through the Mediterranean is pulling apart. As it does so, the potential for rogue waves and tsunamis increases.
A California man died New Year's Day after he attempted to save his dog when it was swept out to sea by a rogue wave on the Point Reyes Beach, north of San Francisco. The San Francisco Chronicle reported that the victim was with his wife and dog near the shore when the three were knocked down by the same wave. The husband made an attempt to save the dog, but he was knocked over and pulled out to sea..On the same day according to the BBC, a man named Paul Morris in Blackpool, United Kingdom, was walking his dog accompanied by a friend. A rogue wave washed both men into the sea. Paul was drowned.
A small sampling of 2012 rogue wave incidents includes:
- On March 15, the 40-foot fishing boat, “Easy Rider,” capsized and sank after running into a rogue wave off New Zealand. Survivor, Dallas Reedy, told police the wave hit just after midnight.
- On March 29, the Coast Guard rescued two men after a rogue wave hit and rolled their sailboat near Morro Bay shortly after midnight.
- On July 12 in Italy, the Tyrrhenian Sea receded about 20 feet along the coast from Liguria to Sicily, moving back to shore as a meter-high (3-ft) tidal wave. What is unusual is small tsunamis continuously receded and moved back to shore again and again, for almost three hours, stopping as suddenly as they started around noon.
- On Sept 20, a rogue wave crashed onto the beach at Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, washing away a California couple. The husband drowned.
- On Nov 23 in Florida, a rogue wave capsized and destroyed a 45-foot catamaran off the coast of Pompano Beach.
In 2010, a rogue wave knocked down scaffolding and washed bystanders into the sea at a Mavericks Surfing Contest in Pillar Point, California, in February. In March, three “abnormal waves,” each about 26-feet (8 m) high, crashed into the cruise ship Louis Majesty in the Mediterranean off northeast Spain.
In May, massive 33-foot (10 tsunami-like) waves hit the French Riviera in the Mediterranean between Nice and Cannes during preparations for the 63rd Cannes Film Festival 2010, damaging seaside restaurants and overturning several cars.
Is it possible that the earth wobble caused by Planet X is causing of these rogue waves?
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