More new normal - blackouts, Internet undersea cable cuts, satellite malfunctions, power outages, no cell phone, no TV, no Internet. In just under a month, an extraordinary number of outages occurring worldwide highlights our dependency on telecommunications networks.
Many years ago, Nancy Lieder and the Zetas of ZetaTalk predicted malfunctioning satellites, undersea cable disruptions, power outages and more, during the last weeks before the pole shift, as Planet X moves closer to Earth.
On Feb 1, a Bank of America outage left customers without electronic and phone banking services for hours.
On Feb 3, a power outage left Super Bowl fans in the dark. Also on Feb. 3 in Jerusalem, one million people were without cell service when the Pelephone Network crashed on Sunday evening, same day as the Super Bowl blackout. Could earth movements have snapped cable in the Mediterranean and caused the intra-region fiber cable running through the New Orleans area to “adjust” on the same day? Something to think about.
From Jan 11 to 28, outages occurred in the US, Canada, and Australia. On Jan 11, an unexplained Internet outage in Toronto, Canada, left Rogers Telecommunications customer’s without wireless data and Internet services for 13 hours.
On Jan 24, Citizens Bank’s Website went down preventing access to online and mobile banking and AT&T’s wireless phone services across a four-state area also went down – no explanations given. On the same day (according to AT&T in an unrelated incident), a U-verse multi-state outage affected tens of thousands, knocking out TV, Internet, and phone service across the South and Southwest – more than half of AT&T’s 22-state territory.
Jan. 28 was no exception, when a Visa outage across Canada and a massive Telstra telecommunications blackout in Queensland, Australia occurred . . . another same day coincidence?
How are undersea cables faring?
Digital data (telephone, Internet, and private data traffic) are carried by undersea optical fiber cables laid on the seabed across wide stretches of ocean. These cables link all of the world’s continents except Antarctica.
Nancy Lieder and the Zetas of ZetaTalk have commented many times on how Planet X induced earth movements are causing Africa to drop to the south, thus destabilizing the Mediterranean floor. Cables attached to the Arabian Plate are stretched and snap. The Zetas state that ships' anchors, rather than plate movement, are often blamed for torn undersea cables, even when breaks occur simultaneously in multiple places and cross plate borders. Per the Zetas, the cause was the eastward rolling of the African Plate pushing its top against the top of the Arabian Plate causing anchored cables to stretch and snap.
Snapping cable is not new. In February 2012, cables snapped in six East African countries: Kenya, Tanzania, Burundi, Rwanda, Ethiopia, and Sudan, allegedly caused by ships dropping anchor. The same day, there was an epic outage in Africa as four undersea cables from East Africa to the Middle East and Europe were severed. Shortly thereafter, three other cables were simultaneously cut in the Red Sea between Djibouti and the Middle East.
Wikipedia discusses three incidents in three days February 2008. Alexandria, Egypt, Dubai, and Asia experienced disruptions caused by undersea cable supposedly cut ships dragging anchors.
Do blackouts and outages – no cellphones, TV, or Internet – make you feel frustrated, cut off, lost in the dark? Best prepare for it, things are speeding up. Take a good look at the intense shaking shown on the LISS charts for end of January and early February in the slideshow. Expect more of the same.
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