Planet X (Nibiru) is close to Earth now. Readily observable signs, announcing tectonic plate movement and obvious signs of stress on the North American continent, show up every day in the US and Canada. The signs of stress in the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Seaway areas are many. And with the sagging of the I-43 bridge, it would appear that “something,” probably supporting rock strata, is definitely shifting.
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The massive Leo Frigo Bridge on I-43 sits on the edge of Lake Michigan in Green Bay, Wisconsin. It transports some 40,000 cars a day over the Fox River 120 ft. below. On Sept 25, 2013 around 4:45 a.m., Brown County 911 operators received multiple calls about the enormous bridge from motorists, who reported that a 400 ft. section of the bridge was sagging in the middle.
The Zetas of ZetaTalk have said that Wisconsin will be ripped open, along the Fox River in a line that runs down the river toward Madison, as will the St. Lawrence Seaway. But wait, there’s more.
Long ago, the Zetas warned that, during and even before the Pole Shift, Wisconsin would be part of the widening of the St. Lawrence Seaway. They predicted that the split at Green Bay would tear along the thin crust of the Fox River bed with land splintering in many directions.
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation investigated and found a 400 ft. stretch of the bridge sagging by about 2 ft. along all lanes. One of the pillars (Pier 22) supporting the bridge’s footings had also sunk 2 ft. It is not known whether the pilings, which extend 100 ft. to bedrock, are still supporting the footings. Needless to say, the bridge will be closed indefinitely.
St. Lawrence Seaway Earthquake
On Saturday, Sept 21, 2013 around 10:50 AM, just a few days before the I-43 bridge began to sag, a magnitude 4.6 earthquake (based on the way USGS dumbs down magnitudes, it could have been larger) beneath the St Lawrence River Estuary shook both sides of the estuary – US and Canada. A quake of this size is unusual for this area, with only two quakes of more than magnitude 5.0 “ever recorded.”
Observable signs of plate movement like sagging bridges and earthquakes, as well as fish kills, whale strandings, and bird deaths, are many, often the result of methane released when rock strata shifts. Add to the mix loud booms, mysterious hums, rumbling, trumpet-like, and screeching sounds.
- In 2012, loud booms were heard in Wisconsin from Clintonville to Montello to Baraboo, “parallel the line that runs down the Fox River.”
- In 2013 in the St. Lawrence Seaway area, sinkholes swallowed cars, explosions flattened houses, landslides killed people, underground “methane pockets” exploded, and much more.
Here’s a little something to chew on . . .
The North American continent gives us clues daily about the stress put on it by the diagonal pull and the worsening earth wobble. Do not pooh pooh these clues or stick you head in the sand and pretend that all is “normal” – it is NOT. Earth wobble and stretch zone incidents, like the sagging I-43 bridge in Wisconsin, happen with regularity, and get progressively worse every day, not only in North America but in all countries around the world.
Maybe an “official announcement” about Planet X (Nibiru) will be forthcoming and maybe it won’t! Maybe at this point in time, it will be too little too late for the masses — so-called “elite excepted,” of course.
Eyes wide open!
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