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ZetaTalk: Snap, Crackle, and Pop
written Jan 23, 2005

What would cause a plate as large as the Indo/Australian plate to pop, springing from its lock of jagged rock all along its edges, miles deep and snagged in an infinite number of places resisting any motion at all? What force would cause these rock fingers to rupture along a 600 mile length along Sumatra? We have previously described the Torque the globe endures as the magnetic N. Pole is pushed harshly in one direction while the magnetic S. Pole is pulled in another. These days, months later, this stress has increased as Planet X has not only moved closer, and more centered between the Earth and Sun, but is swinging its N. Pole, that hose of magnetic particles, toward Earth as it maneuvers into the magnetic flow lines above the Sun's equator. Thus, the pull on the magnetic S Pole of Earth is stronger. Thus, the repelling of the Earth's magnetic N. Pole is more violent. The entire Indo/Australian plate is now loosened and on the move, starting with breaking rock south of Tasmania where the plate touches the magnetic S. Pole, and twisting this spot to the left, holding it back from rotation as the magnetic N. Pole of Planet X is loathe to release it, and twisting the magnetic N. Pole of Earth to the right in an accelerated rotation as the magnetic N. Pole of Planet X is repelling it, the plate popped from its wedge where it snugs against New Zealand. Within days, the rock along the curve of Sumatra gave way.

Man looks at what he calls Continental Drift and cannot imagine what set Pangaea moving in different directions. The forces that would cause a rock plate to rip apart and continue to do so, as recently as 3,600 years ago, are something he would rather not contemplate. Why would the Indo/Australian plate plunge under the Himalayas? We have described the Scripted Drama as a dance that has been scripted by the positions of the plates today, but what placed them into those positions? Why does the Seaway rip, the African Rift Valley rip, the Atlantic rip, while the Pacific compresses? Why would this rock not simply resist, a status quo persisting throughout time? We detailed the Torque the globe was enduring when we did to go on record, as we specifically detailed the stress the Indio/Australian plate would experience due to this torque. Now, 8-9 months later, this description is prophetic. There is more than the Indo/Australian plate popping due to this torque at the magnetic S. Pole to indicate this is part of the stress the Polar Wobble is inducing. This wobble is where the magnetic N. Pole of Earth is pushed away, violently, when it faces the emerging N. Pole of Planet X. There is also the odd lack of stress along the N. American plate, presumably subject to the same compression stress as the rest of the Ring of Fire!

Put your hand on the N. Pole of the globe, twisting to the right as though turning the cap off a jar. Put your other hand on the S. Pole of the globe, twisting to the left as you open the jar, in this case the Earth, her plates coming apart. You not only pop the Indio/Australian plate lose and plunge the Pacific and Philippine plates under Asia, you relieve stress along the entire N. American continent! This is the force of the push against the magnetic N. Pole whenever it presents a face to Planet X. Move on, push back, is the shove from Planet X, which is the cause of the Figure 8 wobble many are documenting. Why is it that Central and South America do not escape, as participants in the Ring of Fire, but the plate housing the magnetic N. Pole escapes? It is pushed out of the way! For those not following the Polar Wobble, mindlessly thinking all is right with the world as the Sun rises and sets and the world continues to turn, consider this. There is no other explanation for this earthquake spread. None. Once again, our words logical, precise, and consistent with prior messages.

The overall effect of this drift, which will increase in speed and force as the whiplash proceeds, will be a torque. Hold the globe with the left hand on the N Pole, the right hand on the S Pole, and turn in opposite directions first this way, then back. The N Pole going in the direction of rotation with the S Pole held back, the torque forces the N American Plate down and into the Caribbean, East moving in the direction of SE. The S Pole pulled back by a grab on the Atlantic Rift in the southern hemisphere with the N Pole held rigid has the Indio-Australian Plate plunging under the Himalayas and Africa likewise plunging into the void, again East turning to SE.
ZetaTalk: Torque Effect, written May 1, 2004