Fiji


Fiji lies close to a plate boundary, and is surrounded by the Pacific. Thus it will suffer numerous earthquake jolts during the shift, and not being a large island, not particularly high, it will find itself washed over, repeatedly, during the pole shift. Afterwards, any life still remaining on the island will find itself inundated by the melting poles. Not a good option for survival.

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Note South Seas Islands commentary.

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