GIant Crack Appears in Earth’s Surface in North Mexico!

A GIant Crack Appears in Earth’s Surface in North Mexico! [click on image to enlarge view] Video-

Posted by Stephen Cook on August 22, 2014 This video was posted by our old friend, weather and earth changes watcher, Dutchsinse.

What’s amazing is that it has gained mainstream news coverage – see separate story below from – which is where I found it.

According to Dutch, this is a drone video from Hermosillo Sonora Mexico Emergency Management, dated August 15, 2014 (sped up 2x by original uploader at Mexico emergency mgmt).

sonora_viadecomunicasion A Large Fissure Opened in North Mexico This Week

By Ducthsinse, August 20, 2014-

Above: Drone footage of a giant 1km long / 8meter (24 feet) deep fissure which opened near Costa de Hermosillo, Mexico – North Mexico near Baja

This major story has been overlooked by main stream media (Stephen: not any more Dutch, thanks to you), however this event is a HUGE development in the seismic story unfolding before our eyes.

The fissure occurred along the Costa de Hermosillo, in Sonora Mexico (see map at left) :

In the past few days, I have put out multiple earthquake updates revealing the movement to the North in the United States.

We were specifically looking for large movement to occur South of the Salton Sea / Baja Mexico. As it turns out, it appears the movement occurred just as expected.

The activity over the past week in the United States led me to say this:

“Expect some form of larger earthquake either to the far Northwest tip of the craton in British Columbia, or to the far Southwest tip near Salton Sea.”

The movement along the North American craton is obvious. Showing signs of stress at multiple dormant volcanic areas, and even below an active coal mine in Utah (yesterday).

Main stream media running, “Prepare for the Big One” news pieces in San Diego, California recently. Now worthy to consider preparations considering this news of major seismic activity forming a fissure in Mexico.

Here’s the mainstream version: (amazing that they are watching Dutchsinse!)

Giant Crack in Mexico Seen by Drone Raises Earthquake Fears

By Michael Morrow, – August 22, 2014 –

Scientists and locals have been left stunned after a giant crack, almost one kilometre long, appeared in remote farmland in Mexico.

The eight-metre deep trench opened up last week and severed Highway 26 between Hermosillo and the coast in the north of the country.

Filmed by a drone controlled by Hermosillo Desde El Cielo, the spectacular footage takes viewers along the length of the trench, which is up to five metres wide.

It has baffled locals, as well as officials, with many speculating that an earthquake at the San Andreas Fault may have been the cause.

However, geologists at the University of Sonora, have blamed collapse of land on an underground stream.

Farm workers and vehicles have been forced to go around the area due to the unstable ground. Another crack was reported to have opened up in same area.
MORE-- Giant fissure opens in North Mexico — 1km long / 25 feet deep — A Major movement. More video's, and pictures, and news coverage in depth here-

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