Earth Changes and the Pole Shift

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Information and discussion about the Earth Changes and the pending Pole Shift.

7 of 10 Update for Indonesia and Philippines

I am issuing an interim newsletter on the Philippines (sinking) and various parts on the plate tongue holding Indonesia (buckling, crumbling, sinking). Dated Tuesday January 4, 2011.

The 7 of 10 arrived by the end of 2010. It presumably started on December 23, 2010. The Zetas have stated that the sinking in Indonesia would take 2-3 weeks to complete, start slowly and pick up speed - 21 days. This is an interim report on January 4, 2011, at day 12, to document the sinking in Indonesia
and the Philippines.

Philippines Sinking

On January 3, 20011 reports came in from several areas in the Philippine of flooding, all of course for areas on the coast or inland with access to the sea. Again, the rain is only causing flooding in such areas, selectively falling on these regions, apparently. For Caraga Region, the tip of this peninsula is all lowland, with ocean access all around, so sinking there with inundation from the sea could be disguised as flooding.

Massive flooding hits Caraga region
January 3, 2011
As of press time, in Caraga Region, all the four provinces are already experiencing massive floodings while some portions of the said areas are also experiencing minor landslides. In Surigao del Norte a total of 47 families or 203 individuals in the Barangays of Rizal, San Juan and Washington were evacuated. In Surigao del Sur the municipalities of San Miguel and Tago are already engulfed with water. Flashflood occurred in San Miguel town. He also reported that there are already barangays whose roads are not passable anymore as of press time. In Butuan City, all authorities and concerned agencies and individuals are on red alert status.

For Butan City and points southeast, there is a strip of lowland extending all the way inland to the town of Agusan del Sur and San Francisco. Note that once again the rains are claimed as the cause, but the rain only seems to fall upon land that has access to the sea? Here a river runs up along the lowlands into the interior.

Over 2,000 People Evacuated in Caraga due to Floods
January 3, 2011
At least 2,009 people fled their homes early Monday morning when two days of continuous rains caused floods in San Francisco, Agusan del Sur and Surigao City, Surigao del Norte in the Caraga region in Mindanao.

For towns in Mindanao and southern Leyte, the rule that flooding only occurs in lowlands or lands with sea access via lowlands holds. Talayan and Datu Anggal Midtimbang are in the interior lowlands that lie between Cotabata and Santa Cruz. Saint Bernard is on the coast in southern Leyte.

Southern Leyte Town Under State of Calamity
January 4, 2011
The town of Saint Bernard in this province was placed under state of calamity after three people died due to massive flooding. Based on reports, the three children were killed when their respective houses were hit by flood and mud spawned by the heavy downpour. Several barangays in Saint Bernard were hit by massive floods.

6000 families in Maguindanao hit by flashfloods
January 4, 2011
An estimated 6,000 households from 2 towns of Maguindanao province were affected by flashfloods after heavy rains. Residents of 8 barangays in Talayan town and 2 barangays in Datu Anggal Midtimbang town were affected

Read more / Lees verder: poleshift.ning.com

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