As we have stated, during the week of rotation stoppage, the normal process whereby the waters on the surface of the Earth are pulled outward due to centrifugal force during rotation will halt. There is more water at the equator, during rotation, than at the poles, though man guesses at the differential and is not certain. Man's math will not even account for why the heavy Moon can remain aloft, using the centrifugal force equations, so man certainly does not have a handle on how to compute these matters. The drift of these waters toward the poles during the week of rotation stoppage will be spread out along all latitudes between the Equator and the poles, and thus will not simply move as a mass to the poles to swamp any land mass there. Water moves slowly when there is a slight pressure difference, and rapidly when the difference in pressure is great. Here, at every step, the pressure difference from one portion of the ocean to another is slight. Thus our estimate of the increased sea level at Antarctica or the lands fringing the Arctic such as Siberia or northern Canada, is approximately 20 feet! This, despite the fact that some tropical beaches will appear greatly enlarged. It is the depth of the sea level lost or gained that matters, not the overall land mass covered or revealed.
There is another point of confusion regarding the shape of the Earth, which is an oval, fat around the Equator and not a ball. This is not caused by deeper oceans, more water, at the Equator but rather the shape of the Earth itself, the magma layer in particular. This is a fact well known to your scientists. The magma accumulates around the Equator, due to the centrifugal force of rotation. The oceans would pool around the Equator also, were it not that the poles are essentially downhill from the Equator, gravitywise, being lower and closer to the core of the Earth. Thus, the pulling of water to the Equator is offset by the oceans flowing downhill, and the water is of a consistent depth around the world. In a crustal shift, the bulging part of the globe, the fat middle part, shifts too, developing around the new Equator. Thus our warning about being 675 feet above today's sea level applies, as ocean depth will be consistent after the pole shift.
ZetaTalk September, 2010