Unexplained ground cracks, tear earth in Arizona

March 25, 2013 LUEPP, ARIZONAIt’s not something you see every day on the Navajo Nation, but a crack in the earth has been forming for a long time now and no one seems to have a clear answer. It just sits east of Flagstaff on Luepp Rd and about one mile west of Leupp gas station. It’s gotten so big, that they had to fence it in. According to the U.S. geological survey, they say earthquakes come and go in the northern parts of Arizona, which also covers the reservation, it’s not big enough to rattle down buildings but with the recent collapse of highway 89 near Page, some local residences wonder what mother nature has in mind for the vast reservation. On March 18, we reached out to the Navajo Nation land and geology department, they did not have a particular person to give us an answer, so no one was readily available to explain what that huge gash was in the earth. –Navajo Post
Geologic event collapses highway: U.S. 89 is the main road connecting Page to Flagstaff and the Valley. More than 120 feet of the highway has sunk nearly 4 feet just south of Page in the Navajo Nation, according to Dustin Krugel of ADOT.  – February 2013
contribution Emanni
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13 Responses to Unexplained ground cracks, tear earth in Arizona

  1. denise says:

    Could it be the opening of the bottomless pit?

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    • Mr V says:

      How does this tie to Hopi prophecy? could be merely an expansion of the earth, uplifting and causing cracks….that’s what i think.

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  2. prairiemae says:

    First thought is that it sounded much like the story I read of the new volcano that formed somewhere in South America in the 40`s I believe, starting out as a crack that formed in the ground in someone`s field. It became a hole that could never be filled in and they ignored it until it started making strange noises. We have lived in this area for about 12 years and have heard many stories from natives and cowboys in Navajo County, AZ speak of cracks they come across that seem to be bottomless. We, living south of Winslow now, are surrounded on 3 sides by volcanos, cracks that have squeezed out lava years ago, and the Mogollon Rim, a giant uplifted fault line. My husband has been to this crack, dropped a rock down it and never heard it hit bottom.

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  3. George says:

    The Navajo crack is rather like this photo of something similar in Africa, the rift valley….
    http://www.trekearth.com/gallery/Africa/Kenya/East/Eastern/Tsavo_West_-_Shetani/photo1408556.htm
    There was a follow up report of the Arizona highway saying that the whole side of the mountain was sliding down.

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  4. Irene C says:

    It seems that I hear more and more experts talking about “unexplained” geologic events. Too many events are happening at one time that are surprising them. They need to start thinking “outside of the box” I think. I would really love to know what kinds of theories they have that they don’t/won’t tell the public.

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  5. niebo says:

    The continental side might be a good place to build a lighthouse.

    Just sayin’.

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  6. Dennis E. says:

    There was a posted report on the internet that a similar incident occurred in Brazil in February 2013 and it was a huge one. Now, I would be of the belief that based on the numerous reports of booming noises and shaking’s through out America, postings like this, to include those of increased reports of sinkholes would begin to surface.

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  7. Dennis E. says:

    I stand corrected, it occurred this month and was 7Km long and 200 meters wide in some spots
    and there has been a 6.2 earthquake in Guatemala, Central America….

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  8. nickk0 says:

    I’d like to know, what the Navajo elders have to say about this.

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  9. These are the consequences of fracking.

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    • denise says:

      Good Pesach Moshe,
      You contend that all of these cracks are from fracking. I don’t know enough about fracking to refute, nor to substantiate, your claim. First I would ask if most, or if any of these cracks are even in areas where fracking is taking place.
      I must tell you that I am a Messianic believer in Yeshua. I believe that He is the Messiah. Next I would consult the Scriptures, the whole word of G-d, including the B’rit Chadashah. There are many prophecies relating to the ‘end of days,’ the days just prior to to the Messiah’s return. In them you will not only find prophetic guide posts, which, in themselves, are fascinating, but, more importantly, you will find life.

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  10. Jack O'Neil says:

    Huh, this plus the big earth split in Brazil…blizzards & snowstorms happening in the mid part of our country & east coast that have never happened this time of year & power and number of these storms. Also, many other natural events happening on a level never seen by modern humans. Better prepare!

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