Are you asking if water will slosh from the arctic, during the hour of the pole shift, reaching Finland and Estonia and as far inland as Belarus? If you read in detail our explanations for these regions, it says no such thing but the opposite. The sloshing, when 100 miles inland, is at a height of 200 feet, and this down from a height at the coasts of 500-600 feet. A tidal wave does not continue indefinitely in its forward motion, as the void behind it attracts the water to return, to seek its level. This is why tides go in and out. Yes, there will be a tidal slosh from the Arctic side, but this will be no greater than our warnings for other coasts. Nor will the water thrust inland from the Arctic all the way to Belarus!
ZetaTalk July, 2010