At midday on March 25th 2012 (local time), James Cameron succeeded in his underwater “DEEPSEA Challenge” mission: a 35,756 foot underwater decent to the bottom of the Mariana Trench. The Mariana Trench is the deepest point of Earth’s known ocean depths at 1,580 miles long and at it’s widest is 43 miles, but the area that the DEEPSEA was exploring was still 50 times the size of the U.S. Grand Canyon. Upon launch, Cameron’s designed-from-scratch 12-tonne titanium “Deepsea Challenger” took 2 hours and 36 minutes to make contact with the floor of the trench. After spending 4 hours filming there in 3D, the unique underwater craft took 70 minutes to ascend to the ocean surface. To give the reader an idea as to the dangers of such a dive, the ocean pressure at the bottom of the Mariana Trench is 16,000 lbs per sq inch, which is about 1000 times that of the ocean-surface pressure. At the bottom, his fancy $10,000,000 underwater submersible was compressed almost 3 inches from it’s total original length.
Here is an excellent BBC graphic of some details of his dive. Here also is a quick overview video of his dive. To get a broad visual concept of the entire Mariana Trench, scroll down at this page to see an excellent digitally constructed fly-through video, look for this icon near the bottom of the page to see the video link.
So why would Cameron visit the Mariana Trench at this time? Granted, James Cameron is a long-time deep sea diving enthusiast. He has created underwater documentaries and even “contributed to underwater filming and remote vehicle technologies.” (Wikipedia)”. ” He has also created great underwater movies such as: “The Abyss” (1989) and “Titanic” (1997) with it’s great underwater scenes as well. Now, with his March 2012 dive to the bottom of the Mariana Trench behind him, it was to shoot a documentary, says Cameron in one of his interviews. But why attempt a documentary now, after completing so many very successful films?
Danger. I am sure, that as such a celebrated filmmaker as James Cameron is, he wouldn’t enter into a project without doing his research. The stories of accidental death surrounding many people in high places who have dabbled publicly in the subject of Planet X abound, when you look for them. One obvious Planet X killing (most likely by the CIA) was the death of Dr. Robert Harrington. Now we have the deaths (Feb 4th, 2012) of two film producer notables who worked with Cameron. According to the Zetas: “The crash of course was not an accident“, and it does send a message, and old Planet X black-ops cover-up message: “Don’t go there”. Cameron must have known there was danger in his very public Mariana dive enterprize. Not only was it a risk of his Life underwater, but above water as well.
Enter ZetaTalk. The conscious human world, especially on the subject of modern earth-changes, was forever altered when ZetaTalk came onto the world Scene in 1995. Many ZetaTalk environmental and earth-change predictions have come true, and with the revealing of the motives of select influential politicians by the Zetas, we have the chance to understand some of the reasons for the unexpected actions some have made and are making. For one example, the visit to Ireland by the Queen in may of 2011: ZetaTalk revealed that it was to secretly meet with U.S. president Obama who just happened to be visiting Ireland at the same time. Read more details in my Planet X Newsletter here at scribd.com (second page).
The way it works with ZetaTalk these days, is that a “Ning” member must ask a well-researched clear and original question in the ZetaChat section, then it has to be accepted by Nancy Lieder in order to be answered by the Zetas of ZetaTalk. Fortunately, somebody did ask about the Cameron Mariana dive. Part of the Zetas response: “This is clearly being investigated in a covert way, and Cameron is openly snooping, but the public will not hear the results. A collapsed trench would have less depth, and the sides would be closer together. In all of this, the public is blind, while the establishment goes to take a peek.“
Clearly we see that public moves by influential people, whether by the wealthy elite or the politically powerful, do often have a hidden agenda, most especially when these actions are out-of-the-norm. Yes, in the case of Cameron’s daring Mariana dive, the act is within normalcy for him, but when you add ZetaTalk information to the mix, it changes the viewpoint, you see the motive. Now here we are 1 year later and a new story comes out in the National Post (March 26th 2013) telling of James Cameron giving away his DEEPSEA Challenger to the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. Hopefully, this new shade to the story fills in the picture for those struggling to see the big picture here. In the case of the hidden agenda of James Cameron’s Mariana Trench dive: Cameron has seen what he needed to and now wants to give away a craft that allows him to do what he has always wanted to do, to explore the deep sea and to film it as well. If this doesn’t clearly indicate his motive for the dive, nothing short of a death-defying public announcement will do the trick I’m sure.
Cameron must have been very concerned to spend this kind of money to take a look at what was happening the the ocean floor 7 miles down. What did he see? I sure we will never know. Yet one thing we will all see, which I am sure was the motive for Cameron’s risky dive, is a devastating crustal displacement of Earth due to the close passage of Planet X within a few years from now. It’s entirely survivable, but preparation is essential and time is running out.
Image below: The DEEPSEA Challenger at the bottom of the Mariana Trench, 7 miles down.