Tuesday, August 10, 2010
Quakes and more Quakes!
If you look at the recent earthquake maps of North America, you will see a line of small to moderate quakes starting in mid-California and progressing on through Nevada and into Wyoming, in a beeline to Yellowstone.
This is the flow of magma deep in the lava tubes as it is being pushed from the California subduction zone into the volcanic range. That means that there is more pressure from the Pacific region pressing east.
This may result in one or several events: a huge quake in California or Nevada, an eruption at the Yellowstone caldera, eruptions in any of the volcanoes in the Sierras and Cascades, seiche in Lake Tahoe, large quake in Utah, huge forest fires in the Rockies and/ or Sierras and sinkholes opening up anywhere from Utah to California.
Any of these events can occur at any time. However, the frequency and intensities of the magma-related quakes is growing. I feel that something will happen within the next 3 months.
Texas, always known for its stable ground for centuries, has been quaking an awful lot lately. Today there was a 3.4 in the northwestern part of the state near the town of Snyder. There are no fault lines there.
However, this area is know to have at least 2 underground bases. It is possible that his quake was a blast from the expanding of a tunnel or cavern deep underground as the Illuminati create escape routes and hiding places from the Kuiper Belt beings.
Interestingly, there was an identical 3.4 tremor next door in Oklahoma at roughly the same time. There may be more intrigue happening below the ground than above.
A magnitude 7.5 quake struck the Pacific island nation of Vanuatu earlier today. This area has had many large quakes before, but this one is rather huge.
Usually, when such an incident occurs in the Pacific Rim, if you draw a line diagonally across from it, you will find the next large quake. For example, when the 8+ quake struck Chile, the next big one was off the coast of Japan.
Therefore, diagonally across from Vanuatu is the West Coast of the US. Since the Cascadia fault line and the San Andreas have been dicey lately, they should be watched carefully.
August 9, 2010