Infrasound Resonance in Santa Maria Huejoculco, Mexico

Gigantic Crack Opens Up in Mexico

Before It's News
July 21, 2011

The crack appeared on 13 July in Santa Maria Huejoculco in Chalco State, Mexico, land has now reached 500 meters long and authorities have not taken preventive measures, warned James Espinoza Hilario, responsible for Social planning on the Sierra Nevada project of the Autonomous Metropolitan University.

In addition, after survey work was detected in Santa Maria Huejoculco yet another gap of about four km which reached La Candelaria Tlapala, in the community of Miraflores, in Chalco, explained Professor Martín Espinosa.

These failures are part of a family of cracks that exist in the region and threaten to spread across the entire east area of the Valley of Mexico.

This event began back 2009 in a small area of this region but since it has grown and is eating up everything around it .


The giant crack that formed is certainly related to the rapid tectonic shifting occurring throughout the 'Ring of Fire', but there is another influence which underlies both phenomena. The invisible appraoch of the brown dwarf binary companion of our sun is increasing the rotation of our planet and thereby causing tectonic shifting as the Earth's crust adjusts to the increasing rotation of the mantle and planetary core.

Intensifying electromagnetic fields within the entire solar system are amplifying the infrasound resonance of every body in the system, and on Earth this infrasound symphony becomes focused by the world's monumental pyramid structures. Immense arches of infrasound standing waves converge on the vicinty of the great crack in Mexico, as focussed by the Orion pyramids of Giza, Egypt.

Santa Maria Huejoculco, Mexico (19.22°N 98.81°W) is 7,690 miles from Giza, or 30.9% of the Earth's mean circumference distance (of 24,892 miles). This distance precisely corresponds to the golden mean ratio, 19.1 : 30.9 : 50.0, which defines the distribution pattern of infrasound standing waves transduced by the Giza pyramids.

A more rapidly-occuring and larger-scale example of this phenomenon took place earlier this year in Huacullani, Peru. This resonant region near the 30% distance from the Giza pyramids is home of hundreds of sacred sites, megalithic pyramids, monuments and temples, reflecting the basic Fibonacci ratio alignment with Giza (20:30:50).