The ZetaTalk Newsletter
Issue 221, Sunday, January 9, 2011
Weekly news and views from around the world and beyond.
New ZetaTalkEarth ChangesAnnouncementsSigns of the Times
Dead Birds/Fish

Starting on January 2, 2011 there were reports of hundreds of birds falling out of the sky in Arkansas, dead on arrival if not crushed by the fall. Then reports of dead birds falling out of the sky in Sweden on January 5, 2011 and rumors of this in China and elsewhere.

1,000 Dead Birds Fall From Sky in Arkansas
January 2, 2011
http://www.myfoxtwincities.com/dpp/news/national/1000-dead-birds
More than 1,000 dead black birds fell from the sky over an Arkansas town, possibly after a lightning strike or high-altitude hail hit the flock. The commission said that New Year's Eve revelers shooting off fireworks in the area could have startled the birds from their roost and caused them to die from stress.
 
Dead Birds from Sky in Sweden
January5, 2011
http://www.aftonbladet.se/nyheter/article8370375.ab
The mass death of birds has reached Sweden. The U.S. has already dropped thousands of dead from the sky. And now, the mass death reached Sweden. On the way home from work just before midnight saw Drilon Hulaj and his peers colleagues suddenly to the street in front of them was studded with black fågellik, probably jackdaws.

Then seemingly simultaneous reports of dead fish, again worldwide, from Arkansas rivers on January 2, 2011 to the coasts of Brazil by January 3, 2011 and to the New Zealand coastline and in Maryland by January 6, 2011.

Tons Of Dead Fish Wash Ashore In Brazil
January 03, 2011
http://freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/2651186/posts
A survey conducted by the Federation of Fishermen's Colony of Paraná, Paranaguá on the coast of the state, indicates that at least 100 tons of fish (sardine, croaker and catfish) have turned up dead off the coast of Parana.
 
Hundreds of Snapper Dead on Beaches
January 5, 2011
http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=10697906
Fisheries officials are investigating the death of hundreds of snapper washed up on Coromandel Peninsula beaches.
 
Two Million Fish Found Dead In Maryland
January 6, 2011
http://news.sky.com/skynews/Article/201009115880847
Around two million fish have died in the Chesapeake Bay area in Maryland, just days after two similar incidents elsewhere in the US baffled scientists.

What could be going on, around the world, to cause this? The Zetas explain.

ZetaTalk Explanation 1/8/2011: Dead fish and birds falling from the sky are being reported worldwide, suddenly. This is not a local affair, obviously. Dead birds have been reported in Sweden and N America, and dead fish in N America, Brazil, and New Zealand. Methane is known to cause bird dead, and as methane rises when released during Earth shifting, will float upward through the flocks of birds above. But can this be the cause of dead fish? If birds are more sensitive than humans to methane release, fish are likewise sensitive to changes in the water, as anyone with an aquarium will attest. Those schools of fish caught in rising methane bubbles during sifting of rock layers beneath them will inevitably be affected. Fish cannot, for instance, hold their breath until the emergency passes! Nor do birds have such a mechanism. And why would Sweden have clouds of methane being released when it is not even on a fault line? Nor is Brazil on a fault line, though New Zealand and the New Madrid region in Arkansas are. We have often stated that the plates have had the rock fingers preventing movement along their edges broken off, so they have become slippery. In this state, they are now pressed against each other under the stress of a more violent and rattling wobble. The stress is evident on all plates, which are shifting around, internally, under the strain. Thus methane, so poisonous to birds and fish, is being released.

Indeed, fish are as sensitive to methane gas as birds. Emboli form, killing them quickly.

Gas Impact on Fish and Other Marine Organisms
http://www.offshore-environment.com/gasimpact.html
The symptoms of gas emboli include the rupture of tissues (especially in fins and eyes), enlarging of swim bladder, disturbances of circulatory system, and a number of other pathological changes. These general features of fish response observed in the presence of any gas in the water environment are likely to be found for saturated gas hydrocarbons as well. Available materials derived from the medical toxicology of methane and its homologues support this suggestion.

Has this happened before? On January 9, 2007 there was an instance of worldwide methane gas release, from London across the US and to Australia. Dead birds fell to the pavement in Austin, Texas. People became ill in the New York City area, a suspected gas leak, but the cause was eventually blamed on foul air coming from New Jersey. People were likewise taken to the hospital in Perth, Australian, also with a gas leak the suspect. No gas leaks were ever found.

ZetaTalk Explanation 1/9/2007: In September-October of 2005, a smell of rotten eggs was sensed from LA to Thunder Bay on Lake Superior to the New England states and throughout the South-Eastern US. We explained at that time that this was due to rock layers being pulled apart, releasing gas from moldering vegetation trapped during prior pole shifts, when rock layers were jerked about, trapping vegetation. We explained in March of 2002 that black water off the coast of Florida was caused by this phenomena. Do these fumes cause people to sicken, and birds to die? Mining operations of old had what they called the canary in a birdcage, to warn the miners of methane gas leaks. Birds are very sensitive to these fumes, and die, and this is indeed what happened in Austin, TX. Were it not for the explosions associated with gas leaks, it would be common knowledge that gas leaks sicken, as the body was not structured to breath such air for long. Why were these Earth farts and moving ground experienced from Italy and the UK throughout the US and even in Australia, all seemingly simultaneously? We have explained that the plates of the globe have been loosened up, the rock fingers holding them firmly against one another broken off, so a fluidity has resulted. A major adjustment in one place can thus be translated to an adjustment elsewhere, instantaneously.

Excuses Galore

Halfway through the 2-3 week period the Zetas predicted it would take for the sinking of the plate tongue holding Indonesia, the establishment is starting to struggle to explain the flooding. In the Philippines, where half a million people have been displaced due to flooding, officials admit that no cyclone was to blame.

Rains kill 25, Displace 400,000 in 7 Regions-Disaster Agency
January 5, 2011
http://newsinfo.inquirer.net/breakingnews/nation/view/20110105-312654/
The number of affected families due to continuous heavy rains in various regions have climbed to 88,053 families, or 452,999 persons and the death toll to 25. No tropical cyclones have been monitored to be within the Philippine Area of Responsibility, the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration said in its latest weather report. However, Pagasa said that the northeast monsoon would continue to prevail over Luzon while the tail-end of a cold front would still affect Visayas and Mindanao.

Rains have been the espoused excuse used throughout the region for the flooding. As the Zetas stated, the establishment knew this was coming and is determined to blame the flooding on anything BUT a loss of elevation.

ZetaTalk Prediction 12/18/2010: The 7 of 10 will unfold but not as expected by many. It will not be a dramatic announcement on the news, as the establishment is ready for this, due to the extensive discussions. As we stated, there would be large quakes when Indonesia sinks but not the major quakes one would expect, not magnitude 8-9. Already there are many periods when quakes line the plate borders, and hammer there. During one such episode, the elevation will start to drop. We have never stated, in our predictions, how fast this would go, just said "suddenly". The start will be sudden, almost without warning, but the progress not swift as in the pole shift hour. It will be a steady sinking, in short bursts, over a 2-3 week period. Meanwhile, the establishment will try to cover with lots of talk about storm surge, Global Warming, and high tides.

Storms and rain have been blamed but so far, not Global Warming. But that's about to change! As Jakarta sinks, Al Gore is arriving on the scene to put the right spin on it.

Al Gore Coming to Jakarta For Climate Change Seminar
January 6, 2011
http://www.thejakartaglobe.com/home/al-gore-coming-to-jakarta
Al Gore, the 2007 Nobel Peace laureate and former US vice president, is scheduled to hold a seminar on climate change this weekend in Jakarta for 300 people from a variety of backgrounds. Amanda said those attending the seminar, to be held from Saturday [Jan 8] to Monday [Jan 10], would earn the monicker "Climate Project Presenters" and would be committed to undertaking at least 10 activities within a year as part of their training.

Borneo/Thailand/Bali Sinking

Meanwhile, Borneo was added to the locations experiencing sudden and unexplained flooding. Once again, the flooding is occurring on the coast or in lowland areas with access to the sea.

Floods in Samarinda Increasingly Pervasive
January 5, 2011
http://www.tribunkaltim.co.id/read/artikel/74845
Floods in Samarinda, East Kalimantan, now become widespread. The rain which flushed Samarinda, on Wednesday [Jan 5] makes several city and suburban areas flooded.
Tribunkaltim.co.id monitoring, flood who had only occurred in North Samarinda area, now started to spread to Samarinda Ulu and Samarinda Seberang.

The depth of the reported flooding is increasing in Java and Bali, which are along the southern edge of the plate tongue holding Indonesia. In the Bengawan Solo river delta, water up to 5 meters (15 feet) was reported.

Bengawan Solo River Floods Village
January 4, 2011
http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2011/01/04/bengawan-solo-river
Recent heavy rains caused the Bengawan Solo River, flowing through central and eastern Java, to flood, submerging some areas in water up to 5 meters deep, including 150 houses in Putat village, Surakarta municipality.
 
Flood Kills One, Washes out Bridge
January 3, 2011
http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2011/01/03/flood-kills-one-washes
One person was declared dead and another missing after a powerful flood swept Titab village in Buleleng regency [Dec 31], destroying a bridge connecting the village with neighboring areas. Torrential rain in Buleleng caused the Tukad Sabe River to overflow and flood its banks. The flood destroyed dozens of houses and a temple, swept away livestock and submerged at least 15 hectares of land. Bali Governor Made Mangku Pastika, who briefly visited the area Saturday, called on villagers to remain alert about possible natural disasters in the future, saying that Buleleng was a vulnerable area.

The choppy water the Zetas predicted is also being reported, with high waves being reported off Mataram in Bali.

Ninety fishermen in Mataram hit by high waves
January 5, 2011
http://www.antaranews.com/en/news/1294177426/ninety-fishermen
Some 94 fishermen in Mataram, West Nusa Tenggara, had been hit by high and strong waves damaging and inundating their houses [Jan 3]. Up to [Jan 5], the waves were still high and rough, and not yet posing an immediate threat to the population and there was still no need to set up public kitchens.

ZetaTalk Explanation 10/23/2010: The concept of the seas boiling is such that water of uneven presure is clashing, such that water from one source forges through the waters coming from another direction.

ZetaTalk Explanation 12/11/2010: What will be experienced during the 7 of 10 is a suddenly rising tide, rising rapidly. Where water rolls inland and is blocked, it will seek to go around hills and rush into inland valleys and the like, and this will bring turmoil of course, turbulent water, boiling water, arriving not only from the coast but also from inland valleys.

The flooding in Medan worsened and deepened. Several thousand homes in the area had been inundated by up to 12 feet of water. Note this is reported to have occurred suddenly.

Hundreds of Families Evacuated from N Sumatra`s Flood Zone
January 6, 2011
http://www.antaranews.com/en/news/1294293565/hundreds-of-families
Several hundreds of families in Tanjung Anom village, Deli Serdang district, in the outskirt of Medan city, North Sumatra, were trapped inside their flood-hit houses for hours on [Jan 6]. Thanks to the quick responses of hundreds of rescue workers and servicemen from the Bukit Barisan military command, they could gradually be evacuated by rubber boats from the flood zone. The height of the flood waters inundating more than a thousand houses in the village and its surrounding areas had reached three meters.
 
Dozens Flee as Flash Flood Hits Medan
January 06, 2011
http://www.thejakartaglobe.com/home/dozens-flee-as-flash-flood-hits
Ali Rahman Sitompul, a 32-year-old resident whose house in Kelambir Lima hamlet, Tanjung Gusta subdistrict, was submerged, estimated the waters to have reached about 70 centimeters. He said he, along with dozens of his neighbors, quickly fled their houses to escape the rising flood waters. The flooding was caused by the overflowing of Tanjung Gusta river, which was only about 30 meters away from his house, he said. "I am surprised with this morning's flash floods. How can the river overflow? It has never overflowed," said Sitompul, who has lived in Kelambir Lima for the past 20 years.

The west coast of the Malay peninsula is also now flooding. Some flooding is now being called "the worst". Flooding on the east coast at Terengganu is worsening. This flooding started on December 30, 2010 and has steadily gotten worse. Flooding is also being reported in new areas along the east coast, such as Phang and Kelantan.

60 Homes In Nibong Tebal Hit By Flood
January 3, 2011
http://www.bernama.com/bernama/v5/newsgeneral.php?id=554036
Over 60 homes in four villages in Seberang Perai Selatan (SPS) were immersed in almost a metre of water following five hours of heavy rain early Monday morning. SPS police chief Supt Shafien Mamat said the flash flood was the worst to have hit the area with water levels reaching one metre. The rain poured since morning but in two hours water seeped into our homes and went up to our waist. This is the worst incident so far despite it being a flood-prone area.
 
Floods Strike Malaysia's Terengganu
January 6, 2011
http://www.waltercassano.com/blog/?p=108130
Floods have struck three districts in Terengganu, forcing the evacuation of hundreds of people overnight and requiring two schools to send home nearly 1,000 students and two other schools to move their students to safer buildings. A state National Security Council spokesman said that five relief centres had been opened, four in Hulu Terengganu and one in Setiu.
 
More Evacuated as Flood Worsens in Phang and Kelantan
January 7, 2011
http://www.malaysianmirror.com/media-buzz-detail/6-nation/
The number of flood evacuees in Pahang and Kelantan rose this morning. In Pahang, a state police contingent operations room spokesman said 297 people from 62 families here were evacuated compared to 212 yesterday evening. Meanwhile, in Kota Bharu, it was reported that continuous heavy rain in Kelantan last night caused the number of flood evacuees to rise to 376 this morning from 128 yesterday and the number of relief centres to increase to 11 from nine.

Reports from Thailand finally arrived, and indicated the same picture. Several lowland spots on the eastern coast of the Thai peninsula are struggling with flooding, which as has been the case throughout, is ascribed to rain.

200 Villages Placed on Landslide Alert
January 7, 2011
http://www.bangkokpost.com/news/local/214823/200-villages
More than 200 villages in 10 districts of Songkhla have been placed on high alert. Songkhla's disaster prevention and mitigation office yesterday warned 222 villages in 10 districts of possible landslides and rock falls. In Narathiwat, four tambons along the Kolok River in Sungai Kolok district have been declared disaster areas. Residents were told yesterday to move to higher ground as the water level in the river had risen sharply after many days of heavy downpours. Flooding and run-off have hit Phatthalung hard, affecting more than 1,000 households. Heavy rain has triggered flash floods and run-off in 11 districts. Vast areas of rubber plantations, paddy fields, fruit orchards and livestock farms have been inundated with Kong Ra district bearing the brunt of the floods.

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