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Tectonic Plates Collapsing under Pakistan and Indonesia – 20 Foot Drop in Shoreline on Java confirmed by Google Satellite

January 27, 2011

2004 Indian Tsunami, Ring of Fire Earthquakes
The “Ring of Fire” of Earthquakes Erupting on the Seismic Map on December 29, 2004 when the Global 9.3 Sumatra Earthquake that Triggered the Indian Ocean Tsunami that killed up to 250,000 people

This Picture is Soon to Come Again but this Time it will be with Volcanoes and Earthquakes!

On January 17, 2011, it was reported that the 17,500 Islands Nation of Indonesia was flooding. Here on the Islands of Java, the largest regions of the world’s fourth most populous country, and the largest population of Muslims in the world.  This flooding would not seem unusual but experts there reported that there was no reason for the flooding that would account for the submergence of such a large populous area along the sea coastline.

It is true that there had been two weeks of raining in the mountainous regions of Mount Mandiri. Yet, the Chief Social Service NTT Piter Manuk admitted something was unusual. As he reported:

Piter Manuk – “Residents panic was triggered by the arrival of the flood that is considered not reasonable because there are no tributaries that pass through residential areas and for the first time this has happened in the history of disaster in East Flores.”

Twenty Foot Submersion on the Java Seashore
Twenty Foot Submersion on the Java Seashore at Kronjo near to Jakarta, the Capital of Indonesia

Earth Change researchers checking with Google Satellite suddenly revealed something amiss. The Island of Java in Indonesia had recently been re-imaged. What had been total silence on the international news was now staring them right in the face, the Island of Java in the central region of the Nation of Indonesia was truly sinking. There along the coastline the villages near the ocean were now underwater.

Twenty Foot Submersion on the Java Coastline
Twenty Foot Submersion on the Java Coastline at Batangon on the Island of Java

From all local reports, this is not flooding from flooded rivers, nor a tsunami or aberrant wave crashing along the coastline.  The pictures all confirm a consistent 20 foot submergence of the Island of Java in Indonesia. So what is going on?

Click to See Full Report and All the Pictures of the Sinking of the Island of Java in Indonesia

As the world merrily continues on routine living, strange events are happening around the world.  Torrential rains, the worst in 80 years hit Pakistan in July, 2010. The heavy monsoon rains in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Sindh, Punjab and Balochistan regions sent flood waters streaming down the Indus River Valley basin.  The water was flooding over its banks, not totally unknown but as the rain that was continuing its inundation was calculated, something was strange amiss.  There was more water than could be accounted for by rainfall.

The Indus Valley Culture dating back to 3000 BCE is one of the oldest cultural regions in the world, competing with Egypt and the Mesopotamian River Valley as being the first. As had always in the past, the waters would flood and then recede out to the oceans, but this time something strange was happening; the waters were not receding.

According to the Pakistani government, over 20 million people were affected by the floods that swept away their homes, livelihood and towns in which they lived.  Even though only 2,000 people were reported to have died, the number of people affected by the floods, over 20 million people, was greater than the combined number of people affected by the 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami, the 2005 Kashmir Earthquake, and the 2010 Haitian Earthquake.

The losses were astronomical. Over 17 million acres of Pakistan’s prime fertile crop land along the Indus River was submerged. Over 200,000 livestock were killed.  Not only was the 2010 crop season destroyed, but for most farmers, they were not able to plant new seed for the fall planting deadline suggesting that massive loss of food production for the 2011 agricultural season would bring increase catastrophic losses. The 2010 losses included:

  • 700,000 acres of cotton crops destroyed,
  • 200,000 acres of sugar cane lost,
  • 200,000 acres of rice ruined, plus
  • 500,000 tons of stocked wheat ruined, while
  • 300,000 acres of animal fodder and stored grain ruined destroyed.

What is now being reported the Indo-Australia tectonic plate began to tilt on the western region on that tectonic plate where Pakistan is today located.  As the land subsided, the flood waters were now trapped. The news that has not been reported is that much of this flooded region will never be recovered, for it is now permanently under water in Pakistan’s new lake district; no homes, no farms, no crops, and now starvation.

The tilting of the Indo-Australian Plate caused an adjustment in the sub-oceanic regions as far as the KTT (Kermadee Tonga Trench) when in September 3, 2010, the sub-oceanic trench that runs straight across New Zealand’s 3rd largest city, Christchurch, a large 7.4 magnitude earthquake devastated large portions of their beautiful city.  This tectonic adjustment put pressure on the “tongue” of the Eurasian Plate pushing down into Indonesia and that island nation began to sink. This again has not been reported in the international news.

Six months later, December, 2010, the Earth Observatory, operated by NASA admitted that with comparing satellite images of Pakistan from 2010 and one year earlier, the elevation of Pakistan had dropped – 10 feet.  As reported on EarthObservatory:

NASA Earth Observatory – “Compared to the image acquired a year earlier, however, the December 2010 image shows the extent of the lingering floods. Lasting flood damage is also apparent along the coast, around the city of Thatta. Although the image from December 2010 shows remarkable improvement over conditions two months earlier, it also reveals persistent pockets of floodwater that did not exist the previous year.”

NASA – Pakistan’s Flooding not Receding
NASA – Pakistan’s Flooding not Receding

Tectonic changes are now coming in fast succession.

  1. Pakistan has officially lost land elevation.
  2. Bangkok, Thailand is also experiencing difficulty in getting flood waters to drain off.
  3. Jakarta, Indonesia on the Island of Java is sinking as roads and land along the drainage canals is collapsing.
  4. Viet Nam is witness to an epidemic of sinkholes, another indication of land and tectonic plate subduction.
  5. The Philippines Tectonic Plate is now sinking with flooding reported.

Vietnam Sinkholes

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