Eastern Axis of Change

Indian Ocean, Indonesia and Micronesia, East and South Africa, India, Myanmar, Arabian Sea; located on the Indo-Australian tectonic plate, the Knife domain influences the Antarctic, Somalian, African, Arabian, Indo-Chinese, Philippine, and Pacific Plates

In the South Indian Ocean, the Knife domain on the Indo-Australian plate is the axis of movement that articulates stress along five other tectonic plates. When the Indo-Austral plate fractured in 2012, it affected every fault line on the Earth. This well-documented observation proves that stress is transferred between tectonic plates and fault lines. The fractured Indo-Austral plate borders the African-Somali (west), Arabian (northwest), Antarctic (south), Pacific (east) and Philippine (north) plates. Japan sits on the Philippine plate north of the Indo-Australian plate. The deepest thrust faults on the Earth are near Borneo along the Philippine plate border in the Knife domain. An extremely long tectonic structure, the Indo-Austral plate extends on Google from the Caucasus Mountains in the northwest to New Zealand in the southeast, and encompasses all on a diagonal between these two extreme locations. It articulates like an open hand in the north extended on an arm with the elbow bent at Christmas Island and Java and joins at the shoulder at New Zealand with the Pacific plate. The 2012 fracture spread the fingers of the hand at the Caucasus and allowed the elbow to move along the African-Somali boundary. The shoulder in the south at New Zealand began adjusting for a new relationship with the Pacific plate.

Malaysia Airlines jet vanished March 7, 2014 at 1830 (UTC), when the plane made an abrupt turn and reversed its flight path as it prepared to enter Viet Nam's airspace, after departing from Malaysia. It was in direct north-south alignment between two key sites in the TimeStar model: Angkor Wat in the north and the Knife icon in the south. The two sites align within one degree of longitude and Flight 370 disappeared from radar when flying between them. After disappearing from radar the jet flew to the Indian Ocean, where a satellite detected pinging from its engine.

Knife was active between February 25 and March 10, 2014. It is centered near Christmas Island, which is the antipode of the Chicxulub meteor. Deep tectonic faults generate electric currents and magnetic flux, and some of the deepest thrust faults on the Earth are in the areas where the jet erratically navigated.

Magnetics directly affect time. TimeStar forecast drift in magnetic lines in 2014, published in the Sedona Journal of Emergence (December 2013), and announced in a list posting on March 1 that magnetic drift was increasing. 

TimeStar Forecast for 2014:  “Electric and magnetic storms with unexplained appearances of lights and objects as well as sounds and explosions in the atmosphere and in the planet will manifest after the October 8 [2013] eclipse.  Equipment, computer and navigation failures will increase in October and continue into 2015.  Cosmic radiations grew to new levels when the Sun and Earth’s magnetic fields declined during the same period.  Anomalous releases from the Earth’s magnetic core and “drifts” in magnetic lines are probable in late 2014 and 2015.”  

The first island of Mu, which Helena Blavatsky called Sweta Dwipa, was in the South Indian Ocean, between Malaysia and Madagascar. TimeStar posits that islands of Mu and the later Lemurian civilization are rising, after sinking when the Chixculub meteor resulted in massive volcanoes that killed off the dinosaurs. The tectonic plate fractured in 2012 at the site of honeycombed volcanoes that went extinct forty-five million years ago north of the meteor antipode at Christmas Island.

See Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 Data and Theories

See TimeStar Forecast for 2014

See Crop Circle at Java reported January 23, 2011

Antipode: Night Glyph



All TimeStar references to the Indo-Austral Plate are based on Google tectonic mapping.  Google’s Indo-Australian Plate is configured differently than some other maps.  Tectonic mapping started in the late 20th century and continues at a fast rate.  Older textbooks published tectonic maps that are now outdated, but Google maps are continually updated.  The breakup region estimated for the 2012 fracture of the Indo-Australian Plate was focused on the breakup region and did not include detailed tectonic maps for surrounding plates.  Google’s map for the Indo-Australian plate shows a higher northern boundary than the one published in Nature journal for the estimated breakup zone.  Best regards, Krsanna