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On Feb 10, 2007 the Zetas described a bowing in the N American continent which would occur during New Madrid adjustments. This bowing would affect California, Arizona, and all the way to up to the Yellowstone area, fracturing the rock in these places.

When the New Madrid adjusts, Mexico will be too far to the West for the current comfort of the West Coast, which will bow in the southern California and Arizona region. The fault line that runs along Mexico's west coast runs just under the Arizona border, then on up along the west coast of California. Before the west coast of the US starts adjusting to the new position of Mexico, with slip-slide adjustments, there will be a bending of the Arizona desert area that will fracture the dry soil, create a breach in the great Colorado River dam, and allow magma to rise in the calderas in the US - Mammoth Lake in California and Yellowstone.
ZetaTalk: Phoenix Lights, written Feb 10, 2007

On Aug 7, 2007 a mine collapsed in Utah, amid rare seismic activity for the area. Quakes occurred there both before and after the collapse, and the miners had been reporting bulging walls in the mine.

Rescuers May be 3 days from Trapped Utah Miners
Aug 7, 2007
Six miners remained trapped deep in a collapsed mine in Utah late on Tuesday as frustrated rescuers said it could take several more days to reach the men -- if they are still alive -- and even longer to get them out. No contact has been made with the miners, stranded 1,500 feet below the surface, in the 36 hours since the Crandall Canyon Mine caved in on Monday -- though officials say the six men could survive for weeks in an underground chamber. A bitter dispute erupted over the cause of the accident, with the mine's owner insisting an earthquake was responsible after geologists had said seismic activity detected at the same time was probably caused by the cave-in itself. In the meantime, some 135 rescuers and mine employees used equipment placed on the side of the mountain by helicopter to drill directly downward toward the trapped men, hoping to at least provide them ventilation and water.
Seismic Activity Stops Mine Rescue Try
Aug 7, 2007
Seismic activity has totally shut down efforts to reach six miners trapped below ground and has wiped out all the work done in the past day. Rescue crews are drilling two holes into the mountain in an effort to communicate with the miners-provided they are still alive. Meanwhile, unstable conditions below ground have thwarted rescuers' efforts to break through to the miners, who have been trapped 1,500 feet below the surface for nearly two days. But government seismologists have said the pattern of ground-shaking picked up by their instruments around the time of the accident Monday appeared to have been caused not by an earthquake, but by the cave-in itself.

Per the Zetas, this mine collapse was due to bowing in the mountains to the East of the Great Salt Lake flats.

The great salt flats in Utah show that they can withstand buckling, and have done so through several pole shifts. Mountain ranges in the western US are termed new mountains as their edges are sharp rock, showing recent fracturing. Rock layers that are compressed, in the compression zone, will do one of two things. If hard enough, they will remain as flat land, as the salt flats have done, forcing the compression onto the surrounding areas. If able to be fractured, the weak link, they will fracture and throw portions of the layer up on top of other parts of the layer, thus creating mountains from flat land. Crandall Canyon lies to the east of the Great Salt Lake Desert, and passes on any stress created due to the bowing of land in the southwest we have predicted to the mountains to the east of these salt flats.
ZetaTalk: GodlikProduction Live, written August 11, 2007