Ok, some of you know I have 2 craft above my home at all times and these are of course staffed by real folks, often people from my last home planet of Myrua of Merope of Pleiades. I call these folks "my guards." They are real and are not angels, but have bodies of higher vibration than we have. They are invisible unless they need to be visible. I am always escorted personally when I walk or drive anywhere. I can very easily FEEL their higher energy when one is down walking with me. Besides guarding me, they also take care of my computers and I have heard them typing at night when working on my laptop. On my old desktop in my office, they often left clues they had been there. My communication is obvious telepathic with them.
I often have discussions with them. They have become friends. It various who is on duty, as all need some time off and they rotate. There are always 4 of them, two in each small craft. And to the thugs out there, they can and have sent some unsavory types to the other side, as necessary.
Well, recently I was picking the brain of the gal out walking with me that day, about where this unknown fault line is out there in the south Pacific. So I was told it was east of the trench that runs just east of Tonga. Well, I had no idea there is a trench there, there is only a large red fault line on USGS website.
There is a trench there, a big one. I was told the fault line runs somewhat from the southwest to the northeast, and it is east of the Trench. Well, today my curiosity got the best of me when I was looking at a new website (well, it's new to me) that shows where the buoys and Tsunami detectors are. It's the National Data Buoy Center.
http://www.ndbc.noaa.gov/index.shtml AND it has a Google Map Feature and you can enlarge the area to look at the underwater structures. Do start by enlarging the map at least 4 marks, so they island names will show when you get there.
So I panned over to the area east of Australia and yep, there is a BIG trench on the east edge of Tonga just as "Latrinea" my friend for years now, told me. I will just call it the "Tonga Trench" as I have no idea if it has a name. Interestingly, the International Date Line goes thru there too. That's where the new day starts. Kinda appropriate that our new days will start with a massive quake in this region!
OK, go to the above website and pan west until you are east of Australia and find the Tonga Trench and Tonga itself. It's not that hard. As above, you must have the map enlarged. Now my guards have computers with ocean floor maps aboard, so we were able to work this out together. This unknown fault line runs more or less parallel to, but east of the Tonga Trench.
The Tonga Trench and Tonga is east of Fiji. Now find the little Island called Nieu east of Fiji. On this map it looks more like Nleu. It is northeast of Tonga. That is the southern end of this unknown fault.The coordinates are roughly 19.19 S 169.85 West. Or -19.19 & -169.85 Wherever your mouse pointer is, the coordinates are given, so that is what I used. Understand these are APPROXIMATE, according to my eyes and the information Latrinea gave me.
That little island appears to be the top of a good sized volcano. This fault in fact is a chain of volcanoes that are all interconnected. As you enlarge Google maps, these are very obvious and form a line, more or less. At this southern point of the fault, there are also east west faults that are visible tho of course not marked as such, going over to the Tonga Trench.
Now pan north to the islands of America Somoa which is just above where the Tonga Trench turns west towards Australia. Now move east a bit to an island called Olosega, and you may have to enlarge the map some more for it to show. Now move east another inch of so, on the first size that shows Olosega. The coordinates are about 14.24 S & 167.5 W or if you are used to it, -14.24 and -167.5. This is the northern end of the Fault. For further reference it is roughly straight east of where the Tonga Trench turns west.
Now enlarge the map some more and look at those volcanoes more near the southern end and the mountain range, or so it appears to me at the northern end. Those are pretty big mountains and volcanoes. This is a chain of volcanoes that have interlocking magma chambers. And these magma chambers are quite "full" and under a lot of pressure. There is a fault running thru all of this.
There are multiple magma chambers and fault lines going east and west to the Tonga Trench. These event, when it happens will also thus affect the Tonga Trench and anything else in the region connected to it. I am told this is HUGE and will unleash with much Fury.
I did a meditation this afternoon and near the end I was shown a fast "mind movie" as Eve likes to call them of this area, and the sun again, with CME's and also the whole South American continent which will have a lot of problems, because this huge expected event, if it is the size predicted, 10 or so, will shake the whole earth (even 8's do that) and with the activity also building up in the Mid Atlantic Ridge (hey, I should pan over there and look at it too, just thought of that), if that goes, both sides of South America will have some problems, as well as any other place in the way.
Remember that when a quake occurs, the energy travels in rings outward, much the same as when you toss a pebble in a quiet pond or puddle. Much the same as those coronal rings you can see emanating form the sun if you sungaze near dawn or dusk.
After I checked the above out and determined the coordinates, I decided to go to USGS and check the quakes. I remembered there was a Tonga quake recently, which was yesterday, actually on UTC days, now two days ago as I write this, and clicked on the map, which took me to this link. http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/recenteqsww/Maps/10/190_-15.php
Well the big fault line there, runs in the Tonga Trench. Now if you look east of Tonga, you see the little Island Niue there and you can see the bumps running from there northeast to east of Pago Pago, That is the area of the unknown fault line on this map, but it doesn't have the detail you can see at the Buoy Site above.
While on the buoy site, I panned over to the Gulf of Mexico and had some fun there. Now on to the Mid Atlantic Ridge! This was fun and interesting. Enjoy. It sure pays to have some buddies hovering in craft over my house! They have uncloaked a few years ago, one of the craft in the evening so I could see it's lights. They flew it all sorts of impossible directions so it was NOT a plane or helicopter, way to fast! I have never asked them to uncloak a craft again, it is risky to do so. Once was enough.