At the start of ZetaTalk on Jul 15, 1995, Nancy recounted a vision given by the Zetas which showed the western half of Australia under water after the pole shift. By 2001, for the Safe Locations documentation, the Zetas explained that the India and Australian plates are one, operate as one, so that as India is driven under the Himalayas New Zealand and the eastern half of Australia rise. This was reinterated on Apr 15, 2002 for the Scripted Drama scenario.
- Now over India, the Earth turns so I am taking a trip in the skies back toward North America. As I pass over Southeast Asia, I notice that the land along the sea coasts is disappearing, being eaten away as it were, by the water. This is happening all along the coast line, as far as my view can record, from north of Korea to Indonesia. Indonesia essentially disappears in this manner. Australia has been affected even before the eating away of the coastline started, as the entire western half appears to be under water.
- ZetaTalk: Zeta Vision, written Jul 15, 1995
- Australia will be in a good and bad situation re the pole shift. The western 2/3 will go suddenly under water, due to the plate shared with Indian sliding under the Himalayas. However, the eastern 1/3 along with New Zealand will benefit from this, raising slightly out of the water, gaining land above where the melting ice caps will place sea level within two years after the pole shift. The eastern half of Australia and New Zealand benefit from this plate movement, lifting up as India is plunged under the Himalayas. Thus, even with the rising seas from melting poles, the mountains in eastern Australia and New Zealand will afford safe living areas.
- ZetaTalk: Australia, written 2001
- The immediate affect of the massive plate housing Europe and Russia and the Near East to move is felt most strongly in India, as the Himalayas are driven over India at this point, effectively sumerging this country in a wink. The effect of the Indio-Australian plate taking a dive under the Himalayas is to relieve tension along the African rift.
- ZetaTalk: Scripted Drama, written Apr 15, 2002
The lifting of the western section of the Indio-Australian plate was demonstrated during the Dec 26, 2004 Sumatra quake and again during the Apr 7, 2007 Solomon Islands quake, where these island rose several meters.
- Tsunami Images Dec 26, 2004
Jan 10, 2005
- The Sumatra earthquake displaced a section of the ocean floor over 700 miles long and 10 miles wide, nearly 100 feet upward.
- Quake lifts Solomons island metres from the sea
April 7, 2007
- The force of this week's Solomons earthquake has lifted an island in the South Pacific archipelago and pushed out its shoreline by tens of metres, exposing surrounding reefs. The remote island of Ranongga in the western Solomon Islands used to have submerged coral reefs that attracted scuba divers from around the world. But since Monday's massive earthquake in the Solomon Islands, the reefs are now exposed above the water and are dying.