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ZetaTalk: Stretch Stench
written Oct 1, 2005

We have gone into great detail on what occurs in the stretch zones along the Atlantic, which includes the southeast United States and the St Lawrence Seaway, and warned recently that the stretch would accelerate and be exacerbated by the torque effect which is twisting the North American continent at a diagonal, pulling New England to the East and Mexico to the West. The overall effect of these forces is to drag the southeastern US down, along a line from Pennsylvania to Texas; to pull the continent diagonally; and to ease stress on the West Coast, as can be shown by IRIS charts indicating reduced earthquake incidence along the West Coast compared to the rest of the Ring of Fire.

What happens to rock layers under a diagonal pull, or being pulled apart? As can be seen during recent years, this has resulted in derailing trains, sinkholes suddenly appearing, gas and water main breaks, torn roadways and separating bridges. Despite the effect on man, crawling about on the surface of what they assume to be terra firma, these changes are superficial. When the pulling starts, weak points break and thereafter the plumbing and roadways hold, giving the impression that the pulling has stopped, but this is misleading. The North American continent is giving evidence that its rock layers are separating from each other, and sliding sideways in a diagonal, thus exposing portions of these layers to vent into the air above. If rock is being stressed, then where are the earthquake predictors giving evidence of this, the frantic animals, the static on the radio, the earthquake swarms? Rock in the stretch zone, pulling apart rather than compressing, does not emit the particle flows that animals and radios sense, nor register on instruments as tension and release quakes.

What lies beneath mankind's civilization, waiting to be exposed? More than rock and trapped oil and coal deposits. These may vent during stretching. More than trapped volcanic gasses, perhaps trapped for eons since the rock was hardened or breached during previous upheavals. There is also, surprisingly, rotting material, trapped when extreme stress on the surface created yawing that swallowed surface material or when rock layers rolled over each other to sandwich such material between rock layers. Exposed, to the degree that venting upward into the air can occur, these smells are solid evidence that the rock layers below are adjusting. Since the concept of the stretch zone behavior as precursor to a pole shift was introduced by ourselves, the Zetas, and the detailed description of the torque on the North American continent was made by ourselves months before it expressed on the IRIS charts, we can only say, as Nancy is fond of saying, Zetas right again!

Signs of the Times #1498
Bellaire, Ohio Strange Smell [Sep 20] 'A mysterious smell has been lingering around numerous neighborhoods in one local community, and now residents want to know where that odor is coming from and if it's dangerous.' [and from another source] NBC Central Texas: Strange Odor Prompts School Evacuation [Sep 22] [and from another source] Washington Post: Mysterious Stench Nauseates Northeast [Sep 30] [and from another source] LA Times: Mysterious Stench Swirls Around City [Sep 22] 'And so it went across the Southland, as some detected strong odors from the coast to the Valley. Workplaces and weblogs were buzzing, with descriptions comparing the smell to old socks, rotting cabbage soup, moldy wet wallboard and the cat´s litter box.' [and from another source] Thunder Bay Canada: Strange Smell in Lonlac [Sep 27] 'Municipal officials are urging Longlac residents to exercise caution as they investigate reports of gasoline-type odours in the towns sewer system.' [and from another source] NBC Washington Affiliate: Mystery Odors Reported Around District [Sep 28] 'Students returned to class Wednesday afternoon at two adjacent schools in Northeast Washington, but the mystery continues over what caused the odor that led to evacuations.' [and from another source] NBC Greenville, South Carolina: Workers Sickened at Downtown Greenville Building [Sep 29] 'A foul smell at a downtown Greenville building sickened several workers and forced an evacuation. Four people were sent to Greenville Memorial Hospital for treatment of nausea.' [and from another source] Lake Erie burps and nearby residents smell it [Sep 30] 'State and federal environmental officials are trying to determine the cause of a big stink reported along Lake Erie. Hundreds of residents called authorities or the National Weather Service yesterday to report the smell, which has been variously described as like gasoline, natural gas or even decaying garbage and rotten eggs.' [and from another source] Stinky Smell Plaguing A Carroll County Community [Sep 30] 'Some residents in Carroll County, PA are breathing a little easier after complaints of a foul smell in Sykesville are finally getting results. County engineers recently confirmed the stench is caused by hydrogen sulfide and is coming from the sewers.'
Signs of the Times #1499
The smell is reported as smelling of sulphur in every location [Oct 1] Human exposure to small amounts of hydrogen sulfide in air can cause headaches, nausea, and eye irritation. Hydrogen sulfide is found in wastewater. [and from another source] It smells like something died in Lake Winona, MN because something did. The smell has been described as rotten eggs or a baby´s diaper. Storm water emptied into the lake is rich in fertilizers, helping plant growth. [and from another source] Been in ND the last few days, and noticed the sulfur stench immediately after getting out of the Minneapolis airport. I travel alot in Nebraska, Iowa and South Dakota. I have smelled it a few time in the last 4 weeks in all 3 states. A smell that seemed like the same smell when I have drove through the oil fields in Kansas. It kind of smelled like the smell in Yellowstone park only a bit of oil smell to it. At first I thought it was my truck, but nope it was in the air. It is some what odd. I drive a few miles and its gone again.