North American continent pulling apart: Thank you, Planet X (aka Nibiru)!


  • What do you think would happen to rock layers in the earth, if the North American continent were to be stretched diagonally, from sea to shining sea? 
  • No need to guess. Somehow, some way, somewhere – something’s gotta give!

Well, that diagonal stretching has been going on for some time.  You see, the proximity of Planet X (Nibiru) to Earth has been and will continue to stress and stretch the North American continent (with increasing intensity) – diagonally from the northeast (New England) to the southwest (bow in San Diego, California).

When an irresistible force
Such as Nibiru.
Meets an old immovable object like Earth.
You can bet as sure as you live.
Something’s gotta give.
Something’s gotta give.
Something’s gotta give.

And, so it has!  As the diagonal stretch intensifies, weak points on the continent snap. For quite awhile, the Mother Earth has been warning us of something drastic and disastrous happening under our feet, as rock layers snap, separate, and slip sideways, sometimes silently and sometimes with loud “mysterious” booms.

The proof is there for those with eyes to see and ears to hear . . .  trains derail, sinkholes  yawn open, water mains crack unexpectedly often again and again in the same locations, gas mains break and buildings and refineries explode violently injuring or killing inhabitants, roadways crack and split, buildings and bridges fall down without warning, loud, unexplained booms sound off with increasing frequency, houses shake and rattle with no earthquakes reported . . . and much more.

Miami collapsing bldg
collapsing building in Miami

Stretch zone events are now part of our new normal. A few recent events of this type from coast to coast:

And last, but not least, a blob of hot rock is building up under VermontHmmm . . that’s in the “northeast,” isn’t it!  And look at the continuing saga of water main breaks in the southwest (San Diego to be precise).

But don’t just take my word for any of it. Do your own research and decide for yourself. I’d love to hear about your findings.

We all have free will. As always, you be the judge of it!

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