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Land caught between the influx from the Gulf and outflow of swollen rivers is in a pinch. It is not so much the relative elevation of land, during the shift, as the amount of water to be drained from swollen rivers, and the back-wash that these rivers will experience from sloshing in seas or inlets. Melting snow, in the past few years, has put land in the Dakotas under a sheet of water that shocked the residents, as it was an abnormally rapid melt. The water simply had nowhere to go! It is thus that Missouri will be under water, from the overflowing Mississippi and Missouri Rivers, in backwash from the Gulf. If the water cannot drain, it will move about inland, as those who have lived through floods know. Add to this our statements that Missouri will be under water during the shift, with the exception of the Ozarks. Oklahoma lies between these two water masses, and all except the highest and rockiest hilltops will be awash. A spot on the map may be called mountains, but only be so by elevation above the neighboring land. We would advise those wanting to survive with certainly, to move into the mountains or foothills of the Rockies, as there one can climb higher if they see that they have misjudged, and not be caught. Alternatively, the Ozarks will offer safety, but will become an island in the Aftertime, trapped away from family and loved ones on the larger mainland.

Oklahoma will find those awash from Texas on their shores, as they will be a shore from the sloshing of the Gulf. Many in Texas will flee north, and the current trend in Texas is to turn the state into a prison camp. All areas that border on the exodus zone should not be considered prime territory, as they will be inundated with frightened and poorly prepared people. If you wish to be a source of strength, a seed bed for renewal, don't get in the heavy traffic lanes.

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Note Keweenawan Rift commentary.
Note Rockies commentary.
Note New Madrid Rifts commentary.

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