EARTH CHANGES: GIANT CRACKS AND WATER DISAPPEARING
WE ARE GOING THROUGH A POLE SHIFT
Earth wide open in Peru: 60 families evacuated as giant cracks completely perforate the region of Cuzco
This is terrifying! Yes, the residents of Lluto, a small community located in the province of Chumbivilcas, department of Cusco, Peru, is literally cracking up, with dozens of huge and growing cracks in the ground swallowing up houses, fields and probably soon people. The fissures expand everyday, leaving always less place for inhabitants to live around. 60 families have already been evacuated… And the rest of the population is living on high alert.
Hundreds of residents of the rural community of Lluto in Chumbivilcas – Cusco are living on high alert after a dramatic landslide and the resulting , still expanding cracks have destroyed several homes and are now threatening cultivation fields and thus the life of dozens of other residents.
More than 53 cracks slowly destroy a small village in Peru.
The giant cracks were created by a landslide that started back in 2012, but the situation has evolved so bad that 60 families have been evacuated so far on March 2, 2018.
The growing fissures in the Earth and the ground instability are due to earthquakes and high rainfall in the recent month.
The cracks and ground movement have already started in 2012 in the region, however, in recent weeks, the situation has become too dangerous, with villagers evacuating homes and seeking refuge in other settlements far away.
On March 2, 2018, a new landslide occurred around 3 am and caused the collapse of 37 homes, the health center of the city, a stretch of 300 meters of road and threatens to destroy a primary and secondary school. There are now at least 53 large cracks – due to earthquakes and heavy rains – destabilizing the ground in the region.
The fissures have weakened infrastructures and several homes have collapsed or have cracks in the walls. Officials have now put the region under investigation and an emergency plan has been deployed to help the victims of the dramatic geological phenomenon.
Water disappears in the Pamlico and Neuse rivers in North Carolina!
A follower of the blog just sent me some insane pictures of the Pamlico and Neuse rivers, two tidal rivers that flow into Pamlico Sound in North Carolina in the United States, almost completely dry.
Very low tide in Pamlico River, North Carolina on March 2, 2018. via WITN
Strong northeast winds across Eastern Carolina are causing some river banks to become high and dry.
In Washington, the Pamlico River has set a new record for the lowest water level. The river stands at -3.81 feet, breaking the old 1989 record of -3.70 feet.
Similar problems are also occurring in New Bern at both Union Point Park and Lawson Creek Park where water from both the Neuse and Trent rivers are being pushed out.