Safe-Locations


Global Pole-Shift Safe-locations have common attributes, yet they need to be grouped into the following zones to realize the critical differences between them and an understanding of their particular dangers: Coastal, Island, Inland and Mountainous. There are many other types of zones, such as valleys, plains, tundras, permafrost and others, but they are best studied on a case by case basis as there are too many variables. There are other complications such as temperate or tropical zones relocated by the Pole-Shift to colder, dryer or wetter climates and of course any Inland or continental areas that will be potentially overcome by massive fresh water flooding. All geographical areas pre-Pole-Shift must expect changes in wind-direction, new land forms and rivers created by the collision of continental fault lines. All these, and other factors, have to be taken into consideration when choosing a Safe-Location for your family.
Applicable to all zones are the following safety factors to look for:
1. – Hidden from view by anyone travelling nearby or by distance with binoculars.
2. – High enough elevation and distance from a river, creek, lake or bog area by 3 times historical flooding.
3. – Always locate at a higher elevation from any local dams, reservoirs or man-made lakes. Your superior elevation depends on the size of the body of water and how close they are to your location.
4. – Approximately 100 miles up-wind from a volcano considering the 90° relocation of Earth’s crust. This factor depends on which side of the Atlantic ocean you are situated. For example, Europe rolls eastward and North America rolls westward. In other words, in North America and South America, the old North becomes the new West and in Africa and Eurasia, the old North becomes the new East.
5. – Not situated too close to, or on, a major fault-line.
6. – Far enough away from a major city or large town so that travel on-foot between is treacherous where swollen rivers, downed bridges broken roads are the only route.
7. – Do not locate above 8,000 feet as breathing may become difficult in the After-Time. This will be caused by the fact that Earth looses up to 60% of it’s atmosphere during the Pole-Shift. The oceans build the atmosphere back up within a few years.
Particular to Coastal zone is being high and far enough away from the ocean. ZetaTalk recommends 100 miles inland at 200 feet elevation. This is relational and can be prorated as an equation, for example: 50 miles inland at 400 feet elevation, however, there are hard limits to this due to the next factor: The major over-riding safety factor for Coastal is seawater funneling. For example, the 500 foot high Pacific ocean wave-fronts during the Pole-Shift will push up through the mountain roadways of the Sierra Mountains in the US, at about 5,000 feet or more, depositing salt water in Lake Tahoe. All moving masses of water far exceed their flooding/moving levels when compressed into valleys or any kind of blockage. This the most dangerous aspect for any global coastal area.
Regarding the Islands of the world, safe-locations are much more difficult to find and depend entirely on how wide the island is and how high it stands above the sea. For example, Haida Gwaii has enough elevation, but hardly enough distance from it’s west coast to it’s east coast for a comfortable safety margin. In counter point, the Island of Taiwan has far and way enough elevation and size, but is burdened with volcanoes, so only the northeast portion of the island country will more or less escape volcanic ash fall in the After-Time. Therefore, island safe locations have to be looked-at on a case-by-case basis as well.
The Inland, or continental zones, have a far-and-away broader latitude for safe-locations. Save massive river flooding, these areas offer complete isolation from the sea water wave fronts and more often than not, are less threatened by fault lines due mainly to a plethora of settlement choices. For the continental zones, ash fall from volcanoes still can remain a threat, yet again with it’s shear massive real estate options, one can, with forethought, escape the threat relatively easily. As noted, moving masses of fresh water are the greatest danger for inland settlements. Dams and reservoirs and the rivers and river valleys that are associated with require close analysis to determine river or lake tsunami, possible sites for re-directed rivers and the potential new path and likely unexpected river-bank over-flow locations.
The mountainous zones of the globe offer the most romantic and exciting opportunities: freedom from river flooding, ocean wave fronts (if far enough from the coast) and opportunities for concealment among the pines and firs that are beyond and above mountain slopes and valley sides. This does not include the mountain ranges close to the Pacific, such as the Rockies, the Sierras or the Andes due to another major threat: melting rock and boiling rivers due to the heat generated by Pacific oceanic plate subduction during the Pole-Shift. Mountain safe zones, on the other hand, have hidden threats such as landslides and mud flows. The latter is avoidable by situating on a rise of land that can prevent the surprizing and sudden development of dry land suddenly becoming a mud flow conduit from a higher elevation: the movement of soil and debris lubricated by the very heavy rains during the Pole-Shift.
The reality of any global Safe-Location, is that a dangerous location can potentially stand within 50 or 100 feet of a Safe-Location and depending on the continent you are located, this can expand by many feet or miles of elevation and/or distance.
Therefore it is true that very critical deliberation must be applied to determining your Pole-Shift Safe-Location, especially in states, provinces or districts where real estate is limited.

I have been studying Safe-Locations and giving consultations since about 2010. I am now offering paid audio/visual consultations via Zoom or WhatsApp. Facebook A/V consults are also possible. Audio-only consults are also available, although the visual component helps a great deal both in ease of communication and a higher value consult due to visual feedback. I also, upon the clients request, record the video for later later review by the client, these videos are kept private and uploaded to my website for client download and then deleted. Contact me via the following email if interested:
crowbirdsafelocations@gmail.com



3 thoughts on “Safe-Locations

    • Hello Adaline. Thank you, although I’ve seen the Scallion maps many times. With due respect to the man, the only objection I have is with the very large Pacific bay reaching eastward through southern California. This does not make sense to me, as the pending New Madrid will release the compression pressure on the West coast that it is currently under. The other is that the bay represented splits the spine of North America (the Sierras), which could be possible, although highly unlikely, if the west coast of North America was under a huge stretch as is the estuary Rio de la Plata where Buenos Aires is located: South America at Buenos Aires will open up like that, only the “top half” and the “bottom half” will be angled more westward. Scallion’s North America future map doesn’t indicate the accompanying physics of such a split.
      Here is my future map of North America: https://survivingthepoleshift.files.wordpress.com/2016/08/future-map-by-chris-thomas.jpg
      Chris Thomas.

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