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Volcano / Earthquake Watch Sep 15-18 , 2011 - YouTube

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Rick GComment by Rick G - September 14, 2011, 9:45 am
Tomorrow (9/15) is 188 days since the Japan quake. 188 days before the Japan quake was the Christchurch 7.2 quake. 188 days before the Christchurch quake was the Chile 8.2 quake. All of these have been associated with alignments with comet Elenin/earth/sun/moon. The earthquakes have formed a three-sided square on the Ring of Fire moving clockwise from Chile.

To complete the square and the timing sequence a quake would occur in North America in the vicinity of the Pacific Northwest. Those 188 day gaps were almost exact to the hour. That would make it about 11 am Pacific time.

However the exact alignment of Elenin/earth/sun/moon doesn't happen until 9/27. It will be the closest alignment and the most dangerous for earth, especially if the sun interacts with Elenin. Obama will be in Denver (close to the bunker) on 9/27 and Congress is recessed for Rosh Hashanah at that time. That day may be interesting.

Thanks for the info, konane!

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konaneComment by konane - September 14, 2011, 10:12 am
Thanks Rick! Amazing info you just posted! Let's hope if we have a quake it will be centered somewhere deep within the earth causing no loss of life.
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Rick GComment by Rick G - September 15, 2011, 4:20 pm
Hey konane, 7.2 M earthquake struck Fiji (1100 mi. from NZ) today (9/15) at 12:30 Pacific time. 188 days. They seem to be alternating in strength... 8.2-->7.2 -->9.0-->7.2

Hope this is all we get this time around. Will have to count 188 days from today to see if the pattern continues.
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konaneComment by konane - September 15, 2011, 6:00 pm
Thanks Rick! Saw that, and like you hope nothing else hits.

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