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ZetaTalk Chat Q&A for May 6, 2017

Is this due to debris coming in? Fireballs? Or something else? All in the New Madrid region. [and from another] Something just Fell from Sky in Texas!! April 29, 2017 I swear, it looked like a bomb coming down. … it was coming down.. then, just stopped .. but it dropped kinda fast, then, just stopped in air. … Doom on, more incoming, NASA's fireball network is down!! [and from another] Big Explosion Felt in St. Pete, FL April 29, 2017 I heard what I thought was claps of thunder here in Gainesville. .. I'm in Deltona and saw a bright flash through closed blinds, saw a vapor trail when I looked outside. … "Fireball" seen in North Carolina and Tennessee around that time. [and from another] Long-Lasting Fireball over Florida April 26, 2017 A long-lasting fireball was seen over Florida on April 26, 2017. The event lasted up to 20 seconds.

Clearly a spate of debris from the tail of Nibiru raked the SE United States during late April, but what was observed was more than fireball trails. Fireballs rake in a horizontal direction, and usually are accompanied by sound as there is an explosion when they land or burst due to the heat generated by entry. Light towers caused by the release of methane gas rise silently, straight up, and alight with a flash that leaves a tower of smoke. What occurred in Texas were methane towers, due to the unrelenting tension from the New Madrid diagonal pull.

We have stated that the New Madrid will start its rip from the lower portion of the Fault Line, which is in the extreme southern states. This is Texas and Louisiana and even, due to similar soft rock strata, Florida. This is, in fact, the region from Memphis on down along the Mississippi. The East Coast Fault Line that curls through Alabama and thence up along the East Coast states is also in this soft rock. Thus the confusion, as the booms and light flashes are more than fireball spates. The rock is splitting open, with a boom, and then methane towers result. 

My question have to do with the Giza Pyramid, I want Zeta if they have time to clarify a theory-event! Some researchers suggest that the Great Pyramid of Giza exhibit erosion due to deep water saturation. Some have a theory about a big surge of water Archaeologist Sherif El-Morsi suggests that the Giza plateau was once flooded by a surge. Myself I was wondering about the water erosion,  special why tip of the great Pyramid is relatively intact but the bottom part is eroded is against of erosion progression that is happening on the land , many of the pyramids around the world have the tip eroded by rain, wind, hot cold cycles , but with Great pyramid is not the case! Zeta did mention that the pyramid been thru at least one poleshift if not more being use by Annunakis like a sighing device. For me also I know about the Big sloshing Waves that happen during Poleshifts .Is possible that the deep water erosion  to be the wave that slosh back from the Mediterranean Sea ,after all the Gyza plateau is at the edge of Nile delta ! If that is the case when it happened or is something else that leave the deep water erosion clues? [and from another] Researchers suggest that the Sphinx, the Temple of the Sphinx, and the first 20 fields of the Great Pyramid of Giza exhibit erosion due to deep water saturation. the entire Giza landscape, including the Pyramid and Sphinx displays signs of erosion, suggesting that in the distant past, these magnificent ancient structures were submerged under water. Dr. Robert M. Schoch was one of the first researchers to really address the theory that the structures of the plateau are much older than previously thought. In the early 90’s, Dr. Schlock suggested that the Sphinx was thousands of years older than archaeologists believed, dating back to 5000-9000 BC, this suggestion was based on erosion pattern of water found at the monuments and the surrounding rocks.

Though just over 100 miles from the Mediterranean coastline, Giza has its toes in the flood plain of the Nile, and cannot thus be considered to be 200 feet above sea level, our standard advice for avoiding the Pole Shift tides. In addition, the backwash from the Nile would have lasted for months, given that the Nile drains a large swath of land and the deluge following any Pole Shift lasts for months. But it was more than a water wash that caused erosion on the lower faces of the Great Pyramids. The rocks on the face are supported from the bottom up, such that erosion on the bottom layer would create a lack of support on the layer above it, and on up in this manner. The top peak would be the last to crumble.

Why would the face of a pyramid lose support when the internal support structures did not? The Great Pyramids, built approximately 4,000 years ago to act as navigational devices for any Annunaki still remaining on Earth, had not been through prior Pole Shifts until the last passage approximately 3, 600 years ago. Thus, they were built on sand, relying upon the weight of the pyramids themselves to hold them in place until no longer needed. As we have emphasized, water on the move scours the soil around building supports, and thus eroding the sand along the exposed edges of the pyramids, these rocks began to drop.