Hip hip! Hooray! Three cheers for insurance industry. It appears there are those who “pay close attention” to the Planet X (Nibiru) Pole Shift warnings for the St. Lawrence Seaway stretch zone, especially those who will be financially devastated by stretch zone events.
Three cheers for the insurance industry for acknowledging that the area is in great jeopardy. According to Don Forgeron, President & CEO of the Insurance Bureau of Canada, the St. Lawrence Valley in Ottawa, Canada is at risk of major earthquake. Forgeron states that after a string of major earthquakes around the world, culminating in the devastating 2011 earthquake and tsunami in Japan, the insurance industry commissioned a study to assess the risk to Canada.
He said, “This is a wake-up call for consumers, for governments and for industry . . .”
A US risk modeling company looked at what it called two plausible scenarios, both of which would entail significant loss of life:
- A 9.0 earthquake off the west coast of Vancouver Island
- A 7.1 earthquake with an epicenter near Quebec City
(though one of the study’s scientists warns an eastern quake could occur anywhere between Quebec City and Ottawa, the nation’s capital).
The people of eastern Canada are particularly unprepared for a quake with buildings and infrastructure susceptible to damage. The study warns that a damaging and potentially deadly earthquake could hit the Ottawa and Saint Lawrence River Valleys, especially the corridor between Ottawa, Montreal, and Quebec city, causing billions of dollars in damage – shades of “ZetaTalk!
Why is the corridor between Ottawa, Montreal, and Quebec highlighted? Is something about to snap on the North American continent – like the St. Lawrence Seaway?
For many years, the Zetas of ZetaTalk have warned of massive explosions and fires in oil and gas refineries and gas distribution lines, as rigid piping cracks or when the ground moves due to pressure from Planet X (Nibiru). Montreal, for one, sits on the St. Lawrence Seaway. The Zetas of ZetaTalk have stated that the tearing of the St. Lawrence Seaway will be part of the North American rip during the New Madrid adjustment. Due to pressure put on the North American continent by Planet X (Nibiru) in the form of a diagonal stretch, the area will rip along two major lines – East-west along the St. Lawrence Seaway and north-south along the Mississippi River via New Madrid seismic zone to New Orleans in the south.
If I lived in the St. Lawrence stretch zone area, quite frankly, I’d be concerned!
So many catastrophes in eastern Canada, especially in the St. Lawrence Seaway area – cars, houses, and people swallowed by sinkholes, houses flattened by explosions, refinery explosions and fires, landslides and massive ground movement, underground “methane pockets” exploding, water main breaks, and trains derailing – proof positive of intensifying stretch zone activity.
2013 New Normal: List of eastern Canada disasters (a must read)
- (Jan) Toronto, two large sinkholes and water main breaks in East York
- (Jan) Ontario, 14 water main breaks in Sarnia
- (Jan) Montreal, a Rivières-des-Prairies house explodes blowing the roof completely off and leveling the house
- (Feb) Montreal, more than 12 massive water main breaks in Montreal in only a few days, some with accompanying sinkholes
- (Feb) Montreal, two truck drivers buried by a series of landslides
- (Feb) Montreal, duplex explodes
- (Mar) Montreal, sinkholes swallow two cars at Montreal Airport.
- (Mar) Montreal, building partially collapses in Ogilvy
- (Apr) Quebec City, sinkhole opens in parking lot
- (Apr) Residents evacuated in two buildings in Quebec City when a sinkhole opens in a nearby parking lot
- (Apr) Toronto, underground explosion in downtown Ottawa, “methane pocket” explodes
- (May) Ontario-Quebec border, quake swarm: a 5.2, a 4.1 and two quakes a few days later, a 3.5 and 3.0. The 5.2, with an epicenter in Ontario could be felt as far as Toronto and Cleveland, Ohio in the US, as well as across upstate New York from Buffalo to the Vermont border in the US
- (May) A natural gas explosion blew the garage doors off a house in Niagara Falls
- (Jun) Montreal, massive explosions at fireworks factory in Coteau-du-Lac
- (Spring) Montreal, two cars fell into large sinkhole in parking lot near Trudeau airport
- (Jun) Ontario, large portion of Algo Centre Mallmall’s roof collapses raining cars and debris down on shoppers
- (Jun) Freight train derailed collapsing a bridge sending a number of train cars into the Wahnapitae River. (Question: Which came first, the bridge collapse or the derailment?)
- (Jun) Montreal, a huge sinkhole swallowed a car and driver on Rivières-des-Prairies and caused significant damage to nearby homes.
- (Jul) Quebec, crude-carrying runaway train derailed and exploded in Lac-Megantic, killing 47 people and incinerating a large chunk of the town’s core
- (Jul) Quebec, St Lawrence Seaway, alarming increase in Beluga whale deaths
- (Jul) Toronto fish kill, staggering number of fish lined shores of Grenadier Pond, layers and layers of fish – yellow perch, rock bass, bluegill sunfish, and pike
- (Aug) “Something” caused a tug boat, that was part of team pushing a barge, to capsize. St Lawrence Seaway management can’t recall the last time something like this happened.
- (Aug) Montreal, sinkhole swallows backhoe with worker inside in downtown
- (Sep) Montreal, significant oil spill – total of 450,000 litres – at plant in Sept-iles
- (Sep) Ontario, hydrogen leak and fire within five hours of each other at Suncor refinery in Sarnia
- (Sep) House explodes on North Shore of St. Lawrence Seaway
- (Fall) Train derailment causes 11 train cars to jump the tracks, including one carrying a load of methanol,
- (Fall) CN train derails spilling 400 barrels of crude oil
- (Oct) Newfoundland, building in St. Johns collapses trapping workers;
structure leaned toward street and fell into the road
In Nov 2012, St. Lawrence Seaway, a portion of the floor shifted in a South Shore building, sparking fears of a collapse and breaking a pipe in the water main intake. Loud booms were heard and shaking felt in the middle of the night in Lawrence Seaway area for more than two weeks. In Dec, a 4.4 quake rumbled near La Malbaie on the North Shore of the St. Lawrence River. And a few year back in Quebec, a family of four was killed when their house sank into a massive sinkhole – a third of a mile long.
- This year rampaging sinkholes menaced both the US & Canada in just a two week period: Coincidence or new normal? (Photos)
- St. Lawrence Seaway & other “stretch zones” . . . Earth being “ripped apart”