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Re: Is Planet X already in our solar system?
« Reply #15 on: December 17, 2018, 01:13:30 PM »

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Re: Is Planet X already in our solar system?
« Reply #16 on: December 17, 2018, 05:53:21 PM »
Interesting that California kicks off the chain of global cataclysms.

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Across the continent the thousand mile-per-hour
wind wreaks its unholy vengeance, everywhere

Zetas say the maximum wind speed will equal the worst normal hurricane winds.

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the fantastic wall of water moves
across the continent, burying the wind-ravaged land
under two miles of seething water coast-to-coast

A tsunami that began on the West Coast inundating the East Coast 3,000 miles away?  The Northeast is supposed to rise in elevation from the Mason-Dixon Line upward, per the Zetas.  Even with sudden crustal slippage in the pole shift, unless the land is simultaneously subsiding, wouldn't the mountains provide terminal points for encroaching Pacific water?

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The Bay of Bengal basin, just east of India, is now
at the North Pole. The Pacific Ocean, just west of Peru,
is at the South Pole. Greenland and Antarctica, now
rotating equatorially in the Torrid Zone, find their ice
caps dissolving madly in the tropical heat.

Readers can play with this interactive online globe and find their own hypothetical new location, though the Mercator grid appears to be off by several degrees to begin with:

https://www.jasondavies.com/maps/rotate/

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apparently once every few thousand years neutral
matter escapes from the 860-mile-radius inner core into
the 1300-mile thick molten outer core, and there is a
literal atomic explosion inside the Earth.

...caused by cyclical astronomy that excites the earth's core...

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Antarctica and Greenland, with their ice caps, now
rotate around the earth in the Torrid Zone

So a 90 degree pole shift, rather than 180?
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Re: Is Planet X already in our solar system?
« Reply #17 on: December 17, 2018, 11:55:53 PM »
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Across the continent the thousand mile-per-hour wind wreaks its unholy vengeance, everywhere

Wind speed cannot exceed the speed of sound, which varies with the temperature, but is around 600 MPH.

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So a 90 degree pole shift, rather than 180?

That is what the Zetas have always said.  A 90 deg. crust shift, rather than a 180 deg. magnetic reversal or axis rotation.

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Re: Is Planet X already in our solar system?
« Reply #18 on: December 18, 2018, 04:41:35 AM »
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Wind speed cannot exceed the speed of sound, which varies with the temperature, but is around 600 MPH.

Interesting bit of data Jim!

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Re: Is Planet X already in our solar system?
« Reply #19 on: December 21, 2018, 10:26:06 AM »
Dave Dobbs is suggesting a similar time-frame @ December 30.  He feels that we just completed the bulk of the in-bound debris tail, and that we've yet to transit the outbound trash.  Will be curious to see if Marshall's next data-set agrees.

Still studying Dave's model, which he now says should be open-ended, especially as Px seems to have an agenda of its own rather than a set schedule of departure?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n0n4onxxzu4

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Re: megagales
« Reply #20 on: December 22, 2018, 12:51:17 AM »
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Wind speed cannot exceed the speed of sound, which varies with the temperature, but is around 600 MPH.
I understand that the speed of wind inside the worst tornados is around 250 MPH. If one imagines that on a global scale [give it a minute...], realize that a level 5 tornado will send large debris hurling through the air like a mega sandblaster. It would tear through concrete structures in little time, uprooting all trees and using them to destroy whatever man has created these past millennia. The whole Great Wall of China [consisting mainly of packed dirt] would readily disintegrate, the same goes for the Hoover Dam or anything else one might imagine future generations to find.
So these kind of wind speeds are moot; 250 or 1000, it's enough to wipe away almost all evidence that mankind ever filled the world [i.e. the billions]. That's why the mainstream believe mankind popped into existence a few thousand years ago.
Forget megatsunamis, megafires and megaquakes;
nothing will ravage the world like the megagales will. Trees? Topsoil covering your bunker... Anything above bedrock is going to get swept up and set down somewhere else [quite violently]. This is why i've been talking about [large and ancient] caves.
Earth, wind, fire and water; of these, ironically, wind is the worst, for it will leave not a single location untouched.
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Re: Is Planet X already in our solar system?
« Reply #21 on: December 22, 2018, 04:51:17 AM »
But are Zetas saying to expect the worst wind speeds known on earth to occur uniformly around the globe, or the greatest for a given area? 

For example, Atlantic coastal wind speeds far exceed inland wind speeds in the East during typical hurricanes and Nor'easters.  We rarely encounter anything above 40 mph, and that is unsustained.  Gusts possibly to 60 mph or so.  Winds are attenuated in this location by mountains to the north and west and by old-growth forests with deep roots forced to bore down into rocky ground.
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Re: Is Planet X already in our solar system?
« Reply #22 on: December 22, 2018, 05:24:21 PM »
It does seem like vast open plains would allow winds to achieve whatever the maximum is going to be, but mountain ranges and sharply varying terrain should (somewhat) slow wind speed.

Still, one should not expect calm anywhere when encountering  winds from a pole shift.  It seems it would be much like the shock wave from a mega-nuclear blast. 

But here's a bit of food for thought.  We've experienced tornadoes and one inland hurricane.  Everyone knows about how tornadoes are rated, F1, through F5, depending on wind speed.  The inland hurricane was straight line winds and it went on and on and on, and it also contained "funnel cloud spin-offs" as well, each of which was threatening in its own way.  The two tornadoes that sped through here, did just that.  They went through rather quickly, in spite of the rather "slow" speed of the entire storm itself.

So a pole-shift shock wave would be more like the straight line winds of a hurricane, presumably faster and most likely more damaging.

 

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