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The following quotation comes from my scrappy written notes I found whilst reorganizing all the paperwork/draughts for the books I have written over the years. The only ‘date’ I noted on these notes was November 2003.
My memory was jogged when articles, such as this one – Indo-Australian plate is breaking up along a new plate boundary began being posted on the internet recently, that amongst my notes from years back, I had scribbled down my thoughts regarding this region, as it bugged me.
Below are the exact words (albeit in definite layman’s terms) I had written at that time.
“The Indian Ocean, north central (slightly east) region where the plates, trenches – meeting like the shell of a cracked egg being held together by the ‘skin beneath the shell’, with the lines of these meeting points going in all directions, is constantly drawing me to it.
Looking at this old world map, my mind’s eye is drawing a constantly circulating pen line around this region.
It feels unstable (tremendous pressure), as if the meeting of these ‘joins’ is going the move and grind and change the layout of the ocean floors plates.
This instability is resonating to me a tremendous shift, strength or power of change in this region.
This may either be the cause of some serious movement (EQ’s) in some nearby countries coastlines (particularly to the north east – towards the lower/west of Indonesia, Sumatra for example) and large M’s resonating from this region itself. The north east of the Indian Ocean, because the plates (in this location) are generally moving this way, towards the plate Indonesia sits upon.
I don't know when this may occur, but I feel it will have an impact in the future - maybe in the next 10 years or so....?? ”