Vanishing Lakes: New Zealand reservoir mysteriously disappears during quake

March 8, 2011HUNTSBURY, NZ – 36 million liters of water mysteriously disappeared from a reservoir in Huntsbury New Zealand following the February 22nd 6.3 earthquake in Christchurch.
These events have occurred in the past and are now happening with greater frequency as geological forces under the ground continue to erode substrata. Our planet is undergoing massive change beneath our feet. This geological deformation will only accelerate and become more widespread with time as the pace of earthchanges intensify.  -The Extinction Protocol

 

Disappearing lake phenomenon increasing: An entire lake disappeared overnight in the Nizhny Novgorod region, south of Moscow, in 2005. The lake is believed to have drained through a fault or fissure.  See Russia.  2004 in Missouri. In 2007, an entire lake disappeared in Chile from likely another fault rupture during a quake. See Chile.  In one of the strangest incidents of all, in September 0f 2010 the Iska River in Slovenia mysteriously disappeared overnight after residents near the river reported hearing a mysterious sonic boom and tremors.

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8 Responses to Vanishing Lakes: New Zealand reservoir mysteriously disappears during quake

  1. nadia says:

    yes more and more disasters and weird things are happening all over, I believe we are not safe any where in this world. peace

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  2. Alien13 says:

    After the catostrophic Japan earthquake supposedly left a huge tear in the earth’s crust (50′ wide and 150′ long). What could this mean for our oceans?

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  3. James says:

    I believe it’s a symbolic meaning to Revelation 12:16 in the Bible
    KJV Prophetic

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  4. FRED STUART says:

    I was in Costa Rica during the earthquakes…..47km from epicenter….hardly felt anything…THANK GOD.

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  5. erin says:

    here it is

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