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Russia Warns of Mega Earthquake Coming – Scientists Warn of Looming U.S. West Coast Big One

May 8, 2017     (written in April, originally, I have realized, so just consider it additional info, while also noting recent Alaskan and Juan de Fuca quakes in video posted above.)   

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"President Putin has deployed Russian troops in the Eastern Military District to prepare for what could be a series of devastating earthquakes and tsunamis to hit the Kamchatka peninsula. He has also issued a warning that a much bigger ‘megaquake’ could strike the United States northwestern Pacific Ocean region .

The deployment was prompted by an “urgent warning” sent to the Security Council over the weekend by scientist Mehran Keshe, who warned that the 5.8 earthquake that struck the Kingdom of Tonga signalled that the Pacific Plate is preparing for a “catastrophic new alignment”.

Doctor-Scientist Keshe is the inventor of “magrav technology” (Western code name code name “Khibiny”) used by Federation military forces in their secretive defense weapons used to cripple American warships like was done against the USS Donald Cook this past week.

In using a “different aspect” of his “magrav technology”, this report continues, Doctor-Scientist Keshe this past October  issued his first dire pronouncement about the Pacific Plate warning that a  “world-changing mega-tremor with the power to split up continents was imminent”.

Three months after Doctor-Scientist Keshe’s October warning, this report notes, both the Kamchatka Peninsula and Southern Alaska were hit with7.1 and 7.3 magnitude earthquakes causing President Putin to begin his first realignment of EMD troops in the face of this looming threat.

During this past week, this report grimly states, Doctor-Scientist Keshe’s use of “magrav technology” to make his “predictive assessments” regarding the accelerated movement of the Pacific Plate has proven accurate as no less than 7 powerful earthquakes (and today’s Tonga quake making eight that have struck this region—the worst being the South American nation of Ecuador where at least 233 are dead, and in Japan where a further, at least, 41 are dead, thousands still missing, and another 250,000 left homeless.

Joining Doctor-Scientist Keshe’s dire pronouncements regarding the Pacific Plate, this report continues, is American Doctor-Scientist Roger Bilham of the University of Colorado Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences (CIRES) who yesterday warned too that “The current conditions might trigger at least four earthquakes greater than 8.0 in magnitude, and if they delay, the strain accumulated during the centuries provokes more catastrophic mega earthquakes.”

And to if Doctor-Scientist Bilham’s mega earthquake fears are realized, this report concludes, Doctor-Scientist Keshe’s assessment of what this could entail is nothing less then catastrophic as he had previously warned that North and South America will “split” and mega tsunamis could“strike America and Asia killing 40 million people”.

Though this report gives no date for any expected earthquake, tsunami or volcano eruption to occur as the sciences involved in doing so are far from adequate, it is more than curious to note that the MoD has ordered all of its top commanders and political office holders from the Far East Pacific Ocean regions to be in Moscow on 27 April for what this report says is a “readiness conference”."

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http://beforeitsnews.com/self-sufficiency/2017/05/breakingrussia-warns-of-mega-earthquake-coming-scientists-warn-of-looming-u-s-west-coast-big-one-2518308.html

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This article was obviously written way before May 8th,  as they noted a meeting in Moscow On AprIl 27th. However, a couple months ago almost 400 quakes took place on the Juan de Fuca, within a 24 hour period, (hopefully releasing pressure) and that is the jammed plate they expect to break loose and unleash this epic disaster.  Jan. 1700 was the last one, and it goes without saying, that vastly different circumstances exist now.  317 Years since the last big one, and every area on the ring of fire has suffered 8. or larger earthquakes in the last 10 or less years.  Since I live here, maybe I should buy me some floaties, soon.  

 

 

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Did you feel that? Swarm of small earthquakes near Bremerton felt in Seattle, Bellevue

May 11, 2017       Bob Young

More than a dozen earthquakes have jolted areas near Bremerton since May 3. This map from the Pacific Northwest Seismic Network shows quakes with a magnitude of 2 or more. The orange dots denote quakes that within the past two days. (PNSN)

More than a dozen earthquakes have jolted areas near Bremerton since May 3. This map from the Pacific Northwest Seismic Network shows quakes with a magnitude of 2 or more. The orange dots denote quakes that within the past two days. (PNSN)

"At least 13 earthquakes, including two early Thursday morning, struck around the Kitsap Peninsula since May 3, according to the Pacific Northwest Seismic Network.

If you felt a tremble in the earliest hours of Thursday, it was likely from one of two earthquakes centered near Bremerton.

The first quake, with a magnitude of 3.6, struck at 12:34 a.m., with an epicenter 3.4 miles from Bremerton, according to the University of Washington’s Pacific Northwest Seismic Network. More than 700 people reported to the U.S. Geological Survey that they felt some intensity of shaking in places from Vashon Island to Bellevue to Lynnwood.

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The second, smaller one came at 2:36 a.m., with a magnitude of 2.6 and an epicenter 2.1 miles from Bremerton.

The earthquakes were the latest in a series of 13 that have occurred around the Kitsap Peninsula since May 3. None had a magnitude greater than 3.6.

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http://www.seattletimes.com/seattle-news/science/did-you-feel-that-swarm-of-small-quakes-near-bremerton-felt-in-seattle-bellevue/

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Magnitude 5.8 earthquake
43 km from Bojnurd, North Khorasan Province, Iran · 14/05, 6:01 AM

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Sunday May 14 2017, 19:44:23 UTC 3 hours ago 166km ESE of Iquique, Chile circle-orange.png 5.6 124.5
Sunday May 14 2017, 22:11:07 UTC 57 minutes ago

North of Ascension Island

circle-red.png 5.2 10.0

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Thanks breezy. a friend and I have been discussing this. Recent information fro m their Visitor, which I'm putting up for anyone on Chani living in the South Island:

"he said "hello" in a digitised or disguised or translated sort of voice, then I saw a shadowy figure a few feet away.

About 5 feet high, broad, stocky, not much neck, covered in some kind of garment or close-fitting suit.
 I asked my man if he found it difficult to navigate through the wind and rain to get to me, as a sort of joke. He was obviously teleported to me. He replied that the atmospheric conditions are irrelevant.
 
The whole section from the bottom left to the top left is critical.(ED of the South Island) The temperatures the whizzkids have found 800m down are VERY significant. The ET people have obviously known this for generations and consider it necessary to have a continuous presence on site.
Perversely the West Coast will probably fare a lot better than most people think, and somewhere like Hokitika one of the few places worth living in
I think the Alpine Fault will go bang so hard it damn near splits the whole Island. Dunedin will be wiped out. Helps to explain profitable Cadbury closing down and various other issues.

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@KMRIA  good, it was a sensational title, so I just posted the link. 

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Yeesh!

Friday June 2 2017, 22:24:50 UTC 42 minutes ago Aleutian Islands. circle-red.png 6.7 15.0 GeoScience Australia Detail
Friday June 2 2017, 22:24:47 UTC 42 minutes ago 205km NW of Attu Station, Alaska circle-red.png 6.9 4.3 USGS Feed Detail
Friday June 2 2017, 22:24:47 UTC 42 minutes ago Near Islands, Aleutian Islands, Alaska circle-red.png 6.9 31.0 USGS Feed Detail
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6.9 Earth Quake/Solar Strike in the Aleutian Islands/Gulf Watch

 

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6.3

Greece earthquake hits Lesbos: Tremors felt in Istanbul and Athens

A strong earthquake has struck off the Aegean coast of western Turkey and the Greek island of Lesbos, with tremors felt in Istanbul and Athens.

The epicentre of the 6.3 magnitude quake was 5km (3 miles) south of Plomari, a town on the coast of Lesbos, the US Geological Survey said.

 

http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-40251100

 

 

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Tsunami Strikes Greenland After A "Not Normal" Earthquake Event...4 Missing....

Posted By: Watchman
Date: Sunday, 18-Jun-2017 15:20:53

 

Four people are missing after a tsunami hit Greenland's west coast, police have said.

The surge of water is also reported to have swept away 11 homes in the village of Nuugaatsiaq.

Police chief Bjørn Tegner Bay said he was unable to confirm whether there had been fatalities, according to KNR, Greenland's broadcasting corporation.

The authorities believe a magnitude four earthquake caused the tsunami.

According to the police chief, it struck off Uummannaq, a small island well above the Arctic Circle.
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Meteorologist Trine Dahl Jensen told Danish news agency Ritzau that for such an earthquake to hit Greenland was "not normal", as she warned of the risk of aftershocks.

Emergency services were initially called at 22:15 local time (00:15 GMT) to reports of major flooding in the village, the Greenland Police's Facebook page said.

There were also reports of waves striking two other villages.

A helicopter flying over the area reported "big waves" spotted about 24 miles off the coast.

A total of 39 people have been evacuated from Nuugaatsiaq. A number of injuries have been reported.

http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-40320629

Source http://www.rumormillnews.com/cgi-bin/forum.cgi?read=77542

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I feel like an idiot. I didn't even know there were villages like that in Greenland. Nobody ever talks about going to Greenland.

And suddenly they make it close to everything on this map, when it's usually pushed out of the way -- to my recollection anyway.

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Apparently, the tsunami was caused by a landslide. I wonder which came first. The landslide or the earthquake?

This article is in Norwegian. There's a great video taken from helicopter showing the amazing Greenland landscape and the enormous landslides.

http://m.sermitsiaq.ag/node/197686

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20 JUNE 2017 

Nuugaatsiaq tsunami: details emerge of the landslide 

Posted by Dave Petley

Nuugaatsiaq tsunami: details emerge of the landslide

In the last 24 hours details have started to emerge about the very large landslide that triggered the Nuugaatsiaq tsunami in Greenland on Saturday, which is now known to have killed four people, with a further nine people injured, two of them seriously.

The landslide occurred on Karrat Fjord, which according to Google Earth is the area shown below (although the location is far from clear at present).  Nuugaatsiaq is in the north of this image, on the plateau with the aeroplane symbol.

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The location of the landslide that triggered the Nuugaatsiaq tsunami, via Google Earth.

The landslide was reportedly 1,000 metres in length and 300 metres in width.  A helicopter video has emerged of the site of the landslide:

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http://blogs.agu.org/landslideblog/2017/06/20/nuugaatsiaq-tsunami/

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Tsunami waves damage some villages on the Greenland coast - 4 people missing, 9 injured (2 serious)

June 18, 2017    Armand Vervaeck

http://earthquake-report.com/2017/06/18/tsunami-waves-damage-some-villages-on-the-greenland-coast/

Earthquake Causes ATLANTIC TSUNAMI Greenland Hit

 

Tx Reddwolf       I must have gotten sidetracked, and not posted this..

 

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This earthquake fault in northeast L.A. and Pasadena isn't well known, but experts say it poses dangers

Rong-Gong Lin 11      June 20, 2017

 

Source: California Department of Conservation, Mapzen, OpenStreetMap (Los Angeles Times Graphics)

"California officials have mapped a new stretch of an earthquake fault through northeast Los Angeles — a fault that could cause major damage in the heart of the metro area.

The Raymond fault has long been known as a potentially dangerous fault for Los Angeles and the San Gabriel Valley, and caused the magnitude-4.9 Pasadena earthquake in 1988, said Tim Dawson, senior engineering geologist with the California Geological Survey.

But it’s a fault that can pack a punch. That 1988 earthquake literally threw seismologist Lucy Jones out of bed. “The wave was coming up at me,” Jones recently recalled. “It was the most scared I have been in earthquake shaking.”

And it’s capable of a much worse earthquake. It could cause an earthquake as large as a magnitude 7. The Raymond fault runs from northeast L.A. through South Pasadena, Pasadena, San Marino, Arcadia, Monrovia and the unincorporated area of East Pasadena. For stretches, the fault runs alongside parts of Eagle Rock, York and Huntington boulevards, and under a stretch of the 110 Freeway in South Pasadena."

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http://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-me-ln-raymond-fault-map-20170616-htmlstory.html

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@kandescent Thanks for the link!(・ω・)ノ

I hope not....but the pattern of the shuffle of info appearing in the article got suspiciously intel flavoured IMHO, I think it's flagging the future plot, and this weird flag appearance could be taking a part of...you guessed it....the Cabal ritual.

13 dead, 1925, 2025, where, why......etc.

In 2025 Elon Musk's intention to immigrate humans to Mars starts in reality. (Coming with it is the Transhumanism, forceful geoengineering of another planet without consultations, when we gotta choose whether we want to become a borg or a human, total depopulation of Humanity, etc etc etc.) Ummmmmmm... 

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Yes @unity. That article does seem quite code-like.

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From the liink above

It apologised for causing any alarm and said it was "working to resolve the issue".

It ? AI ? 

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50 minutes ago, Shawn 1272 said:

From the liink above

It apologised for causing any alarm and said it was "working to resolve the issue".

It ? AI ? 

IKR?? I was thinking the very same thing. There seem to be a lot of glitches lately -- like something is trying to communicate. I'm glad you brought that up.

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Earthquake shakes Western Montana

 

An earthquake shook Montana just after midnight on Thursday.

Initial reports from the United State Geological Survey put the strength of the earthquake at magnitude 5.8. The USGS says the epicenter was about 5 miles South East of Lincoln.

Around 12:30 a.m. reports of shaking began spreading across social media.

Two separate events could be felt in the Helena area. People also reported feeling the earthquake in Great Falls, Missoula and Polson.

 

http://www.ktvh.com/2017/07/earthquake-shakes-western-montana 

http://www.kwch.com/content/news/Power-restored-in-Lincoln-Montana-after-earthquake-432840583.html

 

http://dennismichaellynch.com/earthquake-rocks-montana/

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New Zealand rocked by huge 6.4 magnitude earthquake

Joey Millar   July 11, 2017

New Zealand earthquake

New Zealand was shaken by a 6.8 magnitude earthquake today

 

"The quake struck at 7pm local time (8am BST) and caused shaking at the south end of the South Island. 

It was originally registered at 6.8M before being downgraded slightly to 6.4M by GeoNet, who said the quake had "confused our system a bit".

People took to social media to share their experiences. 

One said: "Just touching base after the #eqnz wobble not long ago, everyone ok?"

Another said: "That was a long lasting rumble I must say."

And a testimony left on the CSEM-EMSC earthquake monitoring service said: "I felt my bed shaking beneath me and the door rattling for maybe 30 seconds."

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http://www.express.co.uk/news/world/827183/new-zealand-earthquake-aukland-islands-tsunami

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Strong quake hits southwestern Japan, no major damage reported

July 11, 2017

 

"TOKYO (Kyodo) -- A strong earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 5.3 hit southwestern Japan on Tuesday, the Japan Meteorological Agency said, but no major damage has been reported.

The 11:56 a.m. temblor, originating at a relatively shallow depth of 10 kilometers in Kagoshima Bay, registered upper 5 on the Japanese seismic scale of 1 to 7 in parts of Kagoshima Prefecture in Kyushu. The agency revised the estimated magnitude from the initially announced 5.2.

The weather agency issued no tsunami warning and no abnormalities were detected at the Sendai nuclear plant in the prefecture, where two reactors are currently in operation.

A local fire department in Kagoshima said one minor injury has been reported, but there have been no reports of any significant quake damage within the prefecture.

Kyushu Railway Co. said train services were briefly disrupted, while Kyushu Electric Power Co. said a power outage occurred in a southern part of Kagoshima.

No alarming change has been observed at Mt. Sakurajima, an active volcano located in Kagoshima Bay, according to the meteorological agency."

https://mainichi.jp/english/articles/20170711/p2a/00m/0na/003000c

 

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