Water main breaks have run the gamut of the United States and Canada in September, many on the same day and time, far too many to list here. For just a few days last week, almost every state in the union had an earth shaking event of one sort or another.
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What could cause so many water main breaks across the continent in so few days? Surely not freezing cold or extreme heat as last week was one of moderate temps. Are these water main breaks just coincidence? Hardly!
It would appear that the Zetas of ZetaTalk were correct when they said that water main breaks would be one of many indicators of the diagonal stretch of the North American continent caused by the passage of Planet X (Nibiru). The Zetas have said that water mains, buried in the ground and often brittle from decades of use, will break when the earth shifts. The North American continent is indeed being stretched from New England to San Diego and everywhere in between – as the rash of water main breaks attests – and it's not just fault lines that are feeling the stress.
In addition to water main breaks around Sept 21, earthquakes were active across the continent and the globe (even Yellowstone joined in with quake swarms) – though many of the quakes have since disappeared from USGS and other lists. Whoa USGS, where’d those missing quakes go?
Question: How do you retract a good-sized earthquake?
Answer: Just delete it, silly!
During this same time frame, there were loud mysterious trump-like sounds that woke people from sleep, loud booms in Texas, houses flattened by explosions, buildings just falling down like dominoes from Illinois to Saskatchewan and beyond, bridges collapsing from Bangladesh to Nigeria, houses are falling down in India so fast it is hard to keep count, gas pipeline explosions, refinery explosions and fires, sinkholes swallowing cars and people, trains falling off collapsed bridges or otherwise derailing, and much more.
Back to the water main breaks . . . what do you think could cause so many water main breaks? Coincidence, synchronicity, chance, fluke . . . or something else a lot more serious, like Planet X (Nibiru) in the neighborhood? As always, you be the judge of that!
A sampling of water main breaks on or around Sept 21, 2013 follows:
- California: Napa County –Water and dirt shot about 100 ft. into the air around 3:00 p.m. Saturday after water main break along southbound Highway 29.
- California: San Luis Obispo – 10-inch water main break Saturday at 4:30 p.m. sent water gushing up through the pavement on Monterey Street.
- Canada: St. Thomas, Ontario – water main break on Saturday morning.
- Connecticut: Bridgeport – 48-inch water main break early Thursday morning
- Illinois: Crystal Lake – water main break on route 176.
- Indiana: Jefferson – water main break Thursday morning around 1:00 a.m. causing Clark Memorial Hospital to cancel surgeries.
- Iowa: Mt. Pleasant Township – 12-inch water main broke on Thursday at 7:56 a.m.
- Louisiana: Leesville – water main break on Friday.
- Maine: Jay – Series of water main breaks on Saturday night; main on Smith Avenue broke for the third time Saturday.
- Missouri: Kansas City – 8-inch water main break shortly before 3 a.m. Thursday.
- Missouri: St. Charles – number of water main breaks out of control with many breaks in different areas of the country in the last 7 days - three on Friday alone.
- Nebraska: Council Bluffs – 16-inch water main break early Friday washed away dirt and causing street to collapse.
- New York: Albany - water main break at Albany Campus of Sage College.
- New York: Rochester – water main break on Genesee Park Boulevard at 4 a.m. Sunday morning.
- Ohio: Westlake – Water main break on Dover Center Road on Saturday.
- Pennsylvania: Clarks Summit – 6-inch water main break Thursday morning around 4 a.m.; another break in same area exactly one week prior.
- Pennsylvania: New Cumberland – water main break in New Cumberland.
- Texas: Fort Worth – 24-inch water main break on city’s north side at 4:30 p.m.
- West Virginia: Spring Valley – water main break in Spring Valley