America Divided by Ancient Seas

North American Inland Sea (above). NB = Nebraska; KS = Kansas; OK = Oklahoma and TX = Texas.
Crop Circle at Butte, Nebraska, July 21, 1996 (above)
The Juan de Fuca Plate (above) parallels America's Pacific coast from Canada to California.
Earthquakes shook key points of TimeStar's project triangles on April 21, 2002. M = Mexico; N = Nebraska; J = Juan de Fuca Plate; K = Kennewick, WA; and H = Herkimer, NY

The most active fault lines in the USA are contained within a triangle formed with a crop circle in Nebraska and pyramids in Mexico. Due north of the pyramids at Teotihuacan, the crop circle's longitude extends through Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas and Mexico, all in the center of an ancient sea that divided America into separate eastern and western land masses sixty-five million years ago. The north-south alignment with pyramids at Teotihuacan, where numerous 3-4-5 triangles were embedded in structural relationships, suggested using a 3-4-5 triangle to identify a third location with the two coordinates already known.

Master Egyptian and Greek mathematicians used 3-4-5 triangles to survey land, and I followed their footsteps to identify the location of volcanic eruptions on the Juan de Fuca Plate with this important triangle. Two years after the crop circle formed on July 21, 1996, an underwater volcano on the Juan de Fuca Plate erupted in 1998 on the longitude identified with the crop circle. Days after a megaquake generated the tsunami that caused nuclear reactors to melt down at Fukushima in Japan, another crop circle formed on the same longitude, aligned with Nebraska and the pyramids at Teotihuacan on March 20, 2011. The underwater volcano again erupted in the same location in April 2011; but the eruption buried sensors that had been installed in 1998, and the exact date is unknown.

A steadily escalating spree of earthquakes in Oklahoma in 2014 included the longitude of the pyramids and crop circles on 98° West.

The Mendocino Junction, where numerous fault lines, including the San Andreas Fault that riddles California, converge in a veritable geological nightmare at the south end of the Juan de Fuca Plate. Virtually all steaming vents in the western USA – California, Oregon, and Nevada – are within the Juan de Fuca-Nebraska triangle. The Oklahoma earthquake spree spreads over the eastern border of the triangle.


A steady stream of volcanic quakes on America’s Pacific coast have built up in areas of Canada, Washington, Oregon and California since an underwater volcano erupted on the Juan de Fuca, immediately following the March 11, 2011 megaquake in Japan. A main mantle plume in the central Pacific Ocean lies between Bali and Canada, where the ancient Juan de Fuca tectonic fragment extends from Canada to Northern California. Quake sprees on the West Coast since 2011 are proximate to volcanoes and the Juan de Fuca plate.

Pressure has been building up from movement of the Juan de Fuca plate, in the area that includes Mt. Rainier, Mt. St. Helens, and Mt. Hood south to the Long Valley Caldera in California.  Displacement along the Juan de Fuca plate and growing volcanic activity in these areas since the Japanese quake March 11, 2011 are on the TimeStar Watch List.  Very large quakes involving the Juan de Fuca plate occur approximately every 300 years, and a large quake on America’s West Coast is overdue in the historical 300-year periodicity. 

Japan is inundated by tsunamis from America’s West Coast in the Cascadia Range, such as one with waves 12 feet high in 1700.  Megaquakes that periodically shake the Pacific coasts of Washington, Oregon and Canada are especially devastating because of the Juan de Fuca tectonic fragment jammed between the Pacific and American tectonic plates.  Large tsunamis are generated when the ancient Juan de Fuca fragment between the two giants is forced to move up and then down. 

Japan's Tsunami of 1700:

Washington, Oregon and California States concentration of earthquakes: A steady build-up of volcanoes and quakes on America’s West Coast has been in process since 2011.  The pattern on the West Coast will escalate and could begin to reach critical states in late 2013 or 2014.  For the time being, a steady building of activity is the pattern.  Quakes in Alaska, Russia and Japan in the North Pacific are in the area of new magnetic north.  Activity in the North Pacific is a strange attractor that is on the TimeStar Watch List but not in the TimeStar baseline cycle. 

July 22, 2013 by Rodger Wilson: Another pulse of small earthquakes is occurring at Mount Hood volcano (OR) today.  Seismic activity continues on regional faults near Mount Saint Helens volcano (WA).  Note activity along the NE-trending zone now predominates with a cluster of events NE of the volcano beginning last week. The NE-trending fault zone, extending through the volcano supplies silicic magma (Dacite) to the surface, while the currently inactive NW-trending (Mount Saint Helens Fault Zone) supplies basaltic magma to the lower and middle crust beneath the cone.  Numerous tiny events also continue over the inflating area west of the Three Sisters Volcanic Center (OR) (station HUO). Small earthquakes remain frequent near Mammoth Mountain volcano (CA) (station MRD).

Volcanic tremor has been sustained at Popocatepetl volcano (Mexico) overnight, while the volcano currently quietly degases.

Dividing of the Way

Oklahoma is part of a larger pattern of quakes that stretch across the USA, which means that quakes now happen in Oklahoma in concert with simultaneous quakes on the same latitude in multiple areas.  Fracking may have destabilized Oklahoma, but quakes in that area are resonant with larger spreads of quakes.  I’ve been watching this pattern for months and noted it in several emails.  Greed and jealousy are catchy maladies.  Okies need to look at the mindset that breeds their earthquake disaster.  And, the rest of us will undoubtedly pay to rescue whatever can be saved of Oklahoma when quakes go way, way out of control.   

See Oklahoma quakes in Pacific pivot pattern:

Fracking is officially a major cause of the huge leap in earthquakes in that state.  But the Okies want to keep the profits from oil and gas, thus they continue to frack and hope to get science to find a solution for them.  The dirt farmers of Oklahoma contributed to creating the largest ecological disaster in history in the 1930s with the Dust Bowl, which was cured by educating the farmers who had rushed in to claim Indian lands in 1889. 

The fracking culprit in Oklahoma’s disastrous quakes:

July 10, 2014 TimeStar Post:

It looks like a very ancient deep fault [may be] getting active in Oklahoma, instead of the New Madrid fault.  Fracking might have contributed to awakening the giant fault sleeping beneath Oklahoma . . .  Some of the Oklahoma quakes have been on 98° West longitude, in direct north-south alignment with the pyramids at Teotihuacan.  It is likely that Teotihuacan’s location was selected for its relationship to the meteor crater at Chicxulub in southern Mexico.