- California fissure: ground suddenly dropping during earthquakes
Dr. Claudia Albers, Planet X Researcher
Figure 1 below shows a screenshot from a video of a fissure, which formed in the desert, during the recent earthquakes, which started in the Ridgecrest area and included a 7.1 magnitude earthquake. The ground is clearly lower on one side of the fissure and is also consistently lower on the same side of the fissure, which goes on for many miles. The cracks or smaller fissures on the ground close to the main fissure clearly show that a dropping ground on one side was the main movement that led to the formation of this fissure.
Figure 1. Screenshot from a video of the fissure, which formed during the recent large number of earthquakes in California, close to the Ridgecrest region and most likely during the 7.1 magnitude earthquake which occurred on June 5th 2019 (Source: YouTube Video by KTLA5, 6 June 2019: Fissure Visible in Desert After Earthquakes in Southern California) . Cracks on the left side of the fissure show the same dropping gradient, toward the bottom, left of the screenshot, but not as dramatic as at the fissure itself.
Since there is clear evidence that the California coast is dropping and that the Pacific Ocean close to the California coast is dropping, this movement of the ground is consistent with that evidence and also shows that the ground can suddenly drop during earthquakes (see Article 970: California is sinking and sliding into the ocean; the groundwater lie) .
Figure 2. Left: Geoid representation of the earth’s gravitational field, it does not show true elevation from the center of the earth, but the strength of the gravitational field, the blue regions have a lower gravitational field and are tending to sink and will thus tend to sink dramatically during cataclysmic changes due to Planet X connecting to the earth’s core. Right: An actual relief globe map of the earth where we can see that the difference in elevation between the ocean floor and the landmasses is minute, so the geoid representation does not show the earth’s actual shape. The blue spheres represent: ocean water, fresh water and water available to plants (see Article 993: During a Pole Shift: India, California and Central Africa likely to sink) .
Figure 3. The ground drops consistently dropped on the left side of all the cracks, which are on the right side of the fissure, showing a sharply dropping gradient towards the fissure, the ground dropped the most at the fissure itself indicating that the ground dropped suddenly and dramatically on the left side of the fissure. The cracks, on the left side of the fissure, show slight increasing gradient toward the fissure; indicating that the ground dropped even more, further from the fissure than at the fissure. This thus shows a dramatic drop of a large portion of ground to the left of the fissure.
Figure 4. The ground dropped on the left side of the fissure. The gradient across the visible cracks is consistently downwards towards the left or near side of the fissure.
It is not clear which side of the fissure is closer to the coastline but it is likely given the evidence that the California coast is sinking that the coastline is closer to being on the left side of the fissure. The fissure formed after the 7.1 magnitude earthquake which occurred on July 5th 2019 which shows that the ground can suddenly accelerate its tendency to drop at the time of an earthquake so that the sudden drop leads to the formation of fissures as the one shown above. The stronger the earthquake the larger the drop is likely to be.
In conclusion, examination of the fissure which formed in the California desert after the 7.1 magnitude earthquake on July 5th 2019 shows that the main ground movement was downwards along one side of the fissure consistent with the overall direction of the ground movement of the California coastline and ocean along that coastline for many years now. It also shows that this downward movement can suddenly occur as well as greatly accelerate during an earthquake.
 Video by KTLA5, 6 June 2019: Fissure Visible in Desert After Earthquakes in Southern California. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3hh-0KcnHzo
 Albers, C. (2019). Article 970: California is sinking and sliding into the ocean; the groundwater lie.
 Albers, C. (2019). Article 993: During a Pole Shift: India, California and Central Africa likely to sink.