Safe Location analysis: Mexico

I am currently working towards safe location videos for Australia and New Zealand, but in the meantime, I get many requests to cover various parts of the globe. Of late, I have been getting several requests to cover Mexico, so I wrote up the following and am glad I did. This piece is focused on Actopan, Mexico (North Latitude: 20.27) as a center of consideration, but will reflect on the general safety of Mexico for the Pole-Shift and the After-Time. I will, of course, be covering Mexico in a safe locations video in the near future.

The area in question is far enough from the north-western Caribbean continental plate border that passes through Belize and Guatemala to the Pacific, allowing it to escape the raw lateral land movement during the Pole-Shift (PS). South of this area, the land bridge, is a death zone as the South American continental plate grinds westward pushing down and sinking the Caribbean plate along with the land bridge from Guatemala to Panama. Therefore, extreme (current) southern Mexico is a danger area being on the border of all this action.

Obviously, you can expect all the global conditions caused by the pass-by of Planet X and it’s tail: earthquakes, tornadoes, massive rain and lightening, deafening Earth-groan, wind and raining sand, asteroid-pebbles and boulders. Actopan is far enough from the ocean escaping the PS waves being well above 6,000 feet: but, it does remain a considerable distance from the new Gulf restricting access to food from the sea in the After-Time.

Zetatalk is saying Mexico is expected to have lots of rain in the After-Time (AT), so this is a terrific boon to such an area that looks to be so hot and very dry now, especially the deserts to the north of the country. This permanent rainfall increase is due to a change in the re-orientation of Mexico by the 90° Earth-roll where the current north becomes the new west. This puts the new much larger Gulf of Mexico at the north, and the Pacific Ocean to the South. As well, the land bridge (between NA and SA) being driven below the waves during the PS, brings about a new flow-through sea between the old Pacific and Caribbean sea. As a consequence, Mexico will have seas on three sides: the north, south and east, this cannot help but bring lots of moisture to the new Mexico at about the 35° north latitude.

Volcanoes. The area between Puerto Vallarta on the (current) west coast to Veracruz on the Gulf coast is a narrow zone of 23 volcanoes that will erupt during the PS and for a long time into the AT. The good news is, that since Mexico is rotating it’s North to the West, this will isolate this line of volcanoes to the extreme east of the country in a new north-south orientation. As a result, this new alignment will cause the volcanic ash to blow southward out over the new Pacific ocean. The only caveat is that the state of Nayarit and the (current) southern portion of Zacatecas, due to the Coriolis effect which will likely cause the southward wind to curl to the left (or to the west in the AT), thus possibly dropping volcanic ash (on a regular basis) on those Mexican states.  Also, the bordering parts of those Mexican states that form a line from Nayarit to Veracruz are too close to this new eastern volcanic ash-flow zone, and as a result, are not recommended for settlement.

Social issues, advantages. I usually do not comment on the cultural and social influences of a country or area in my safe location pieces and videos, as it is a highly-complex and fluctuating subject, but in Mexico I’m taking a short departure from this for several reasons. One main reason is that the choices for U.S. Gulf Coast PS survivors to relocate to in the southern U.S. are so dismal, at least for the states in the lower latitudes, and Mexico offers an excellent long-term choice for life in the AT. Another reason is that the Mexican culture is more conducive to AT living. I’ve heard that (current) western Mexico is fairly “westernized” but central and eastern Mexico apparently has a more organic life style. Point is, that it would seem that the more rural areas of Mexico may offer advantages that a country like the U.S. could benefit from. As far as the lawlessness of the Mexican hinterlands and of the coasts, it is not likely to be any different there than anywhere else, where being a good citizen within a community creates the bonds affording a strong defense against the criminal element.

4 thoughts on “Safe Location analysis: Mexico

    • Hello Antonio.
      Eastern Brazil (Recife) to the western boarder of the ‘State of Tocantins’ will be within the new Arctic circle (north of the NEW 66° north latitude), that’s ice and snow most of the year. Even 60° degrees north latitude (EASTERN border of Mato Grosso) will be snow for probably 4 to 6 months of the year. I’ve lived at 49° latitude on the Pacific coast for all of my life, and it’s perfect here for a little snow in the winter, a few storms and usually a nice warm summer, but with lots of 8° (Celsius) to about 14° for the rest of the year.
      Click on this link, it’ll show you the POLE-MELT water levels by 2025:,-56.582031&z=5&e=201
      When you see the new waters of the Atlantic with the map link I provided, you will understand that the (new location) of the ‘State of Mato Grosso’ will have temperate cool-cold weather or the extreme western part of the ‘State of Acre’ up against the eastern side of the Andes Mountains being the warmer of the two options. There are other concerns, such as being too close to big cities (gangs, thieves – remember no law and order) and the usual caveats such as local fault lines, flash flooding,etc. If you have any more questions, go ahead and ask.

  1. Hi I looked for your link of safe places that you said we can download and I cannot find them anywhere can you tell me where to find it please? also the camp verde cornville az has irrigation water rights that are fed from oak creek canyon do you think this water will dry up in the after time? thanks lisa

    • Hi Lisa. I have yet to do a video on Mexico, currently working on Brazil, which is one of the harder-hit countries during the Pole-Shift. Did you see my (about) 14 video series on the U.S.? I’ll post the link to my list of videos at the end of my response. I checked on and in on your Camp Verde C – Az, my guides say no, it will dry up (irrigation). Obviously, the (Oak) Creek will be something like it is now, but it’s a PS remember so lots of things can happen: a rock fall could block the creek and cause it to divert. Besides, depending on the size of the town, you may want to consider locating outside of the town so you have more options (hidden, connect when you want) Also these towns are on a valley bottom which is not a good safe location because of mudslides, flooding, etc.
      Safe location map:

      State-by-state safe location synopsis:
      My list of safe location videos:

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