Are cows committing suicide by running off cliffs, or is something else afoot, er, ahoof. On August 17, 2009 in
Coarsegold, CA three dozen cows went over a 50 foot canyon for no apparent reason, most killed on impact.
On August 28, 2009 in Switzerland 28 cows and bulls likewise went over a cliff, although violent thunderstorms
are the likely cause, spooking the beasts.
- Dozens of Cows Stampede off Cliff
August 17, 2009
- Three dozen stampeding cows plunged 50 feet into a granite canyon. Nearly a dozen cows survived
the fall but couldn't climb out of the rocky hole. The rugged area is normally submerged by the
roaring Fresno River. Only every summer the Madera County Irrigation District cuts off the flow.
The farmer is facing a significant financial loss. Each cow is worth an estimated $1,000.
- Police Baffled as Dozens of 'Suicidal' Cows Throw Themselves off Cliff in the Alps
August 28, 2009
- In the picturesque Swiss village of Lauterbrunnen, the locals are worried. Dozens of alpine cows
appear to be committing suicide by throwing themselves off a cliff near the small village in the
Alps. In the space of just three days, 28 cows and bulls have mysteriously died after they plunged
hundreds of metres to rocks below where they were killed instantly. According to local reports,
there had been violent thunderstorms in the area which may well have spooked the animals.
This is apparently not the first time alpine bovines have plunged off a cliff.
- 'Cow culture' in Switzerland's Berner Oberland
May 3, 2007
- We meet a massive cow loitering atop a fairytale ridge, and I can't help but wonder where he keeps
his camera. Olle tells me that even cows become victims of the mountains, occasionally wandering
off cliffs. He says, "Alpine farmers expect to lose some of their cows in 'hiking accidents.' These
days cows are double the weight of cows a hundred years ago ... and no less stupid. If one wanders
off a cliff in search of greener grass, the others follow. One time at the high Alp above our village,
40 cows performed this stunt. They died like lemmings.
Per the Zetas, domestic animals can be expected to dash about, seemingly crazed, during the pole shift. They will
be responding to electrical energy from compressed rock, the same energy that causes radio static in the days
before an earthquake, and to electrical charge in the air, portending lightning strikes. With erratic weather on the
increase, we can expect an increase in crazed cows. The Zeta advice is to let crazed cows run themselves into
exhaustion, rather than try to constrain them.
ZetaTalk Advice 1/18/2003: How will animals behave, during the days preceding the shift and the shift
itself? All animals, including humans, seek to escape what they sense is a crisis, a cinch point. If matters
are bad here, then move, so will be on the move, endlessly. A loud noise sends a herd running, a
stampede, and scatters a flock of birds. Their instincts tell them that something has exploded, or dropped,
may be heading their way, so move. Likewise, portents of thunderstorms are more than just thunder
cracks, it is electrical charges in the air. To escape potential lightning strikes, animals have learned to
move, to leave the area, and thus the restlessness of domesticated animals such as dogs and cats just
before an earthquake. Most certainly, this will be the situation for at least a week going into the shift,
and domesticated animals hard to handle for this reason.
In the case of farm animals, who will be able to graze a bit, may survive to increase the herd, they should
be put into a field where they cannot hurt themselves by running about, hysterically. Close quarters such
as a barn, a pen, will cause them to injure themselves against the walls, trying to escape. Left out in a
field, they will run about, exhaust themselves, and will more likely to be prone, resting, when the shift hits
than on their feet because of this. Let nature take its course, as these animals did survive in the past. The
key is to provide an environment where they cannot hurt themselves. Barbed wire, likely to be forgotten
by hysterical animals, is not good. Wooden fences, or natural barriers, are better.
Is the Internet about to be taken over by the White House, shut down, or allow cyberpeeping into everyone's
email as the norm? Such fears are being roused by a bill proposed in the Senate - S.773.
- Bill Would Give President Emergency Control of Internet
August 28, 2009
- Internet companies and civil liberties groups were alarmed this spring when a U.S. Senate bill
proposed handing the White House the power to disconnect private-sector computers from the
Internet. A Senate source familiar with the bill compared the president's power to take control of
portions of the Internet to what President Bush did when grounding all aircraft on Sept. 11, 2001.
The source said that one primary concern was the electrical grid, and what would happen if it were
attacked from a broadband connection. Probably the most controversial language begins in
Section 201, which permits the president to "direct the national response to the cyber threat" if
necessary for "the national defense and security." The White House is supposed to engage in
"periodic mapping" of private networks deemed to be critical, and those companies "shall share"
requested information with the federal government. Translation: If your company is deemed
"critical," a new set of regulations kick in involving who you can hire, what information you must
disclose, and when the government would exercise control over your computers or network.
Per the Zetas, this is not likely to happen, as the impact on commerce as well as government functions would be
horrific. Business would be slowed to a stop, as it would during martial law. Thus, such a step would not be
ZetaTalk Comment 9/5/2009: The Internet is not so much hated as feared by the establishment. It has
become a tool of commerce and business, as well as government functions, and thus cannot simply be
shut down without a horrific impact on the economy. This would be akin to martial law, and not be
sustainable. Thus, they are stuck with the Internet which disseminates information almost instantly, going
viral as the saying goes. They have countered the information that is a threat to their control by
disseminating disinformation, but this practice has been recognized and is easily identified by the
common man. Only those highly gullible and easily lead are fooled by disinformation.
Per the Zetas, the real threat to the Internet is electromagnetic bombardment, killing satellites. The Internet does
utilize satellites to loft messages over wide bodies of water and over long distances.
ZetaTalk Prediction 5/3/2008: The Internet is already faltering, as many who have trouble delivering
email consistently might have noted - no bounce message, no delivery, but just a lost email. Since the
Internet is a series of handshakes, each reach requiring a response else retried repeatedly until successful,
what is going on here? These are faults within servers, which drop service before transactions in memory
can be stored to hard drives. Satellites are not as reliable, as many with flickering or erratic cable service
will report. But when forwarding digital data, any drop in the data means the address of the sender or
receiver might be damaged, and thus the email or html page cannot be delivered. Pages on home
computers freeze and cannot be loaded. Insofar as land lines are carrying data and the servers involved
have little downtime, the Internet should not experience problems. But when servers are overloaded and
those monitoring them are increasingly distracted, data is damaged and lost. Satellites which receive an
upload and signal the sender that a successful send has occurred can subsequently falter, damaging the
data to such a degree that prevents the data from continuing on its journey.
Water Main Breaks
Like the proverbial canary in the coal mine, water main breaks are one of the first indicators of earth movement.
Buried in the ground, and often brittle from decades of use, they are put under stress when the ground shifts.
Other signs of ground movement featured in this newsletter recently are collapsing bridges, unstable dams,
sinking or rising land, buildings falling down, imploding buildings and booms. A rash of water main breaks within
the past month, with multiple breaks in a single location, show that something other than old pipes and
coincidence is afoot. Many of these breaks are accompanied by other signs of ground movement, such as booms
or the smell of methane gas. In San Diego several water main breaks happened in close proximity to each other,
one after the other. Days later a large main broke in LA, trapping a fire engine in the hole, while another main
broke in Studio City. Note that California is showing other signs of stress, in that San Francisco had an odd
unexplained methane gas odor just weeks before the San Diego water main breaks.
- Broken Water Mains Afflict Mission Beach, Pacific Beach
September 2, 2009
- Two water main breaks in the beach area kept repair crews busy and left dozens of customers
without water for several hours. A concrete pipe broke and flooded the intersection. Officials do
not know what caused the pipe to burst. The second break was reported in Pacific Beach. In that
case, the break was in a 10-inch cast iron pipe that was about 50 years old, and the most likely
cause was corrosion due to age.
- Water Back on after La Mesa Mains Break
September 1, 2009
- Two of the three water main breaks in La Mesa have been repaired and water has been restored to
all residents and businesses. A test of La Mesa's water system sent too much pressure through the
pipes causing the three mains to rupture. The breaks caused water to rush up from below the
ground, closing several streets and leaving 46 customers without water.
- Mysterious Odor Strikes San Francisco
August 22, 2009
- The odor has been described as ripe garbage or an open sewer. A city spokesman said the sewage
treatment plant didn't report having any problems and that everything appeared to be functioning
normally. The stench could also be smelled for a time in the Financial District.
- Studio City Water Main Break Damages Cars, Floods Buildings, Closes Roads
September 6, 2009 | 8:02 am
- A 62-inch water main broke in Studio City, damaging nearby homes and businesses. Some
residents were evacuated and 120 firefighter responded to the scene. According to the fire
department, the water was 3-4 feet deep and at least one person was rescued from a car. Officials
are investigating the cause of the water main break.
- L.A. City Fire Engine Swallowed by Sinkhole
September 8, 2009
- A Los Angeles City fire engine has been swallowed by a huge sinkhole caused by a new water main
break in the San Fernando Valley. The 6-inch pipe burst in the Valley Village area. Engine 60, with
a crew of four, was when the roadway buckled, swallowing the truck. The water main break is
located just a few miles away from another pipe that burst in Studio City
The Zetas have explained that San Diego is a stress point as it is the center of a bow which stretches from the
Aleutian Islands to the tip of Mexico. Until the New Madrid Fault adjusts, this bow is pulling on the rock. It is no
wonder that San Francisco had methane gas released, and a week later, water mains in San Diego and LA
ZetaTalk Explanation 3/3/2007: As the N America plate is pulled in a diagonal, it forces Mexico out to the
West, creating a bowing near San Diego, which forces an adjustment up the West Coast. San Diego is
like an elbow, in this regard. An elbow that does not want to move readily!
ZetaTalk Explanation 6/6/2009: Before the New Madrid area rips, releasing the stress the N American
continent is enduring with Mexico being pulled to the west while the New England area continues to be
pulled toward the east during rotation, there will be a bowing stress in the west. We have explained this
tension when explaining why N America is unique in this distress. The N American continent has a flat
top, all the way from Japan to Iceland, and cannot roll. Thus, while pulled at a diagonal, the West Coast
is put into a bow, all the way from the Aleutian Islands to the tip of Mexico. This was the cause of the
Utah mining acident. This is likewise the cause of the Mexico City crevasses. Until the New Madrid rips,
causing the land to the west of the Mississippi to sink and move south while the land to the east of the
Mississippi remains in place, there will be no relief for this bow.
The Crandall Canyon mining disasters on August 7, 2007 was near Salt Lake City, per the Zetas a result of the
stress of the bowing on the West Coast. No wonder that a couple breaks in the water system near the hills there
caused a geyser at the University. As with the San Diego/LA breaks, there were multiple breaks at the same
- Geyser Erupts at U of U When Water Pipe Breaks
August 28, 2009
- A group of freshmen woke up with a geyser erupting right outside their bedroom windows at the
University of Utah. University Plant Operations Director Cory Higgins says two pipes actually
broke Friday morning. The geyser came from an irrigation pipe. The second break was a 12 inch
water main under the road a short distance away. He says the two are unrelated and they aren't
sure which one broke first. The pipes are all relatively new. They were put in during the campus
infrastructure upgrade before the Olympics.
ZetaTalk Explanation 8/11/2007: Crandall Canyon lies to the east of the Great Salt Lake Desert, and
passes on any stress created due to the bowing of land in the southwest we have predicted to the
mountains to the east of these salt flats. The weak link gives. The New Madrid Fault adjustments we
have predicted to occur soon will not just suddenly happen one day. They will be preceded by minor
adjustments in the stressed rock. Weak points snap, one after the other, until such minor adjustments no
The diagonal stress on the North American continent pulls Mexico to the west while New England continues to
tug east during the globe's daily rotation. This is putting increasing stress on the New Madrid Fault, reaching into
Texas where swarms of quakes are strong enough to be felt in Dallas, TX and booms like the recent boom in
Gatesville, TX have the populace concerned. Per the Zetas, the land west of the Mississippi will be drawn down
as the New Madrid adjusts. In addition, the southeast US is being pulled down as the Atlantic is pulled apart.
The coastline along the Gulf is sinking, adjusting, for both these reasons and this certainly includes Corpus Christi,
TX where water main breaks are overwhelming the city's resources.
- City Crews Overwhelmed With Water Main Leaks
August 27, 2009
- City officials said the dry conditions and shifting soil are to blame for a dramatic increase in water
main leaks all over town. About 20 water main breaks are reported every day, and even with 52
workers the city is having a rough time getting to them all. According to the city's water
department, last month there were 375 water main breaks.
- Loud "Boom" Heard in Gatesville
August 11, 2009
- News Channel 25 has confirmed the Gatesville Police Department and Coryell County Sheriff's
Office have received several calls reporting a loud "boom" in the Gatesville Area. News Channel
spoke with NORAD, the agency responsible for tracking space junk on its entry into the Earth's
atmosphere, who reported no man-made junk made reentry over North America. Deputies and
civilians in Bosque County also reported hearing the boom.
ZetaTalk Explanation 1/5/2008: Nancy will tell you that she has received emails from many southern
Texas residents as to how unstable the ground has become. Bridges have been separating, roadways
opening up, and the ground sinking. All the land between New England and Mexico is being pulled at a
diagonal, and it is not just the fault lines that are feeling stress. All will participate when the New Madrid
Fault makes a serious adjustment.
River bottom cities are also highly vulnerable, as per the Zetas land with little support in the rock strata sinks, so
this is where the rivers flow. This vulnerability can be seen in two cities - Lousville, KY and Wheeling, WV -
where multiple water main breaks occurred on the same day for both cities.
- Water Main Break Closes One Lane on Third Street Road
August 28, 2009
- A 12-inch water main break has closed one lane in the 8300 block of Third Street Road in
southwestern Jefferson County. A cause has not been determined. The same water main broke the
day before at a different location.
- Water Line Again Repaired After Third Break in Three Days
August 28, 2009
- Wheeling water crews worked through the night to repair a break in a 30-inch main on River Road
that burst again after a repair was just completed. The water main burst sending water rushing
down River Road, shutting down traffic for some time. Then, hours later, another break occurred
in a different line in the Grandview section of Wheeling. Crews had the repairs completed, and
began prepping River Road for road repair, but another break happened in the same area, sending
crews back to square one. The line that burst was marked 1893.
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