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Disappearing Oceans
« on: January 12, 2018, 01:35:13 AM »
Days Before Massive 7.6 Caribbean Quake, The Ocean Disappeared In Locations Almost 2000 Miles Apart, Nearly Directly North And South Of Earthquake Epicenter

Only days before the massive 7.6 earthquake struck in the Caribbean on Tuesday, causing a widespread tsunami warning to be issued to several Caribbean islands, we received reports of ocean water vanishing in several different areas, areas separated by nearly 2000 miles as heard in the 1st video below from videographer MrMBB333.

Yet not only are these areas separated by less than 2000 miles but as we see in the google Earth graphic we've created above of these very strange recent incidents, these 'events' appear to line up as if the Earth is trying to tell us a story with the epicenter of the quake nearly aligned perfectly in between the 'ocean disappearing' areas as also heard in the 3rd video below from our same videographer.

Back on January 5th the website UFO Sightings Hotspot published a story in which they reported the ocean had disappeared in several areas surrounding the country of Ecuador where the country borders with the Pacific Ocean. Both the websites Strange Sounds and SOT published similar stories at that time with one photo above.

Leaving boats 'dry-docked' and fishermen frightened that a tsunami may have been on the way, the SOT story reported that what we were witnessing may have been known as 'Aguaje' or 'Syzygy Tides' to fishermen in Ecuador. Yet as they reported then, the intensity of the creepy natural phenomenon was unprecedented and unusually strong.

Is it just a coincidence that the water disappearing from the ocean that MrMBB333 talks about happened both north and south of the two smaller plates, with a massive 7.6 quake following, in between those areas, just days later?

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Re: Disappearing Oceans
« Reply #1 on: January 12, 2018, 05:29:45 AM »
One explanation that I've heard/read about the receding ocean is this:

It's receding on the east side of South America as the continent is tipping toward the west, which is also causing flooding on the west coast of South America.  The fracture of the Central American plate / Caribbean Plate horizontally due to earthquakes appears to be freeing the top portion of S. America to begin leaning left.  Dutchsinse has recently explained the fracturing of that plate following quakes in Honduras and Guatemala, while others have elucidated the continental shift.  We have seen several films lately of rougher, higher surf on the west coast of South America as an illustration.