On June 15, 1997, the Zetas stated that new land would emerge due to Sinking/Rising during the pole shift, between the tip of South American and Africa, as a result of the Antartica plate being pushed down on the Pacific side. This type of stress became evident on June 9, 2005 in the Pacific/Antartic, when the Zetas warned that a Folding Pacific would also occur, as quakes on all edges of the Antartic Plate were evident. This was followed on June 10 by a distinct Wake/Midway adjustment, and on June 15 by more Pacific Island impacts.
- Ridges will rise higher, trenches will grow more narrow, and the release of tension elsewhere will allow other plates adjoining the great Pacific to likewise move.
- ZetaTalk: Folding Pacific, written May 9, 2005
- New land will emerge near Antarctica between the tip of Africa and South America.
- ZetaTalk: Sinking/Rising, written Jun 15, 1997