Red Sea Stretch
On Apr 15, 2002 the Zetas described as a Scripted Drama the steps in continent crunching and ripping apart that will occur during the hour
of the pole shift, stating that Pre-Shift Quakes fall along those lines. Termed the Stretch Zone, those parts of the globe including the Red
Sea because the Arabian Plate is moving clockwise as the African Plate drops toward the Indian Ocean. On Apr 5, 2003 the Zetas
specifically mentioned volcanos in the stretch zone starting to ooze as their base of support thins, and also exploding.
- Stretching also results in volcanoes oozing more lava, or if the skin of the Earth thins, an explosion. This could occur in all
those areas we have listed as expected to rip greatly: Red Sea, African Rift, etc.
- ZetaTalk: Pre-Shift Quakes, written Apr 5, 2003
On Oct 1, 2007 a volcano in the Red Sea exploded without warning.
Volcanic Eruption Reported Off of Yemen
Oct 1, 2007
- A volcano has erupted on a tiny island off the coast of Yemen, spewing lava and ash hundreds of feet into the air, a
Canadian naval vessel near the island in the Red Sea reported. The Yemeni news agency SABA confirmed the eruption and
said a military garrison on the island is being evacuated. Large cargo ships pass nearby. Ken Allan, a Navy spokesman,
said a NATO fleet just outside the territorial waters of the island reported seeing a catastrophic volcanic eruption at 7 pm
local time. The two-mile-long island is about 70 miles off the coast of Yemen. The NATO fleet was sailing toward the Suez
Canal when it spotted the eruption. The government of Yemen asked NATO to assist in the search for survivors and the
closet ship, the HMCS Toronto, is heading toward the island.