GREAT LA EARTHQUAKE: THE FIRST TO STRIKE CALIFORNIA IN THE 2020s
The Sun twenty [degrees] in Taurus, so strongly the earth trembles.
The great theater filled up is ruined,
The air, sky, and land darkened and troubled
When the infidel calls upon God and the saints.
We should keep in mind that this period of correction likely applies only to events involving some element of human control or manipulation. Wars, assassinations, murders, suicides, acts of terrorism, scandals, political shifts, riots, revolutions, economic downturns, upward economic trends, marriages, divorces, technological advances, environmental catastrophes caused by human error ... all these things and similar events normally subject to the base 7 phenomenon ... many of these may become subjected to a delay of up to two years and two months beyond their projected vector of recurrence.
Not so with natural events. There is no reason to conclude that earthquakes, floods, hurricanes, tornado activity, volcanoes, and the like should in any way be bound by historical correction. Likewise events occurring in outer space such as comets, close encounters with asteroids, supernovas, lunar and solar eclipses, and other similar celestial occurrences.
Thus, we must remain vigilant to the ordering of natural disasters as prescribed by the base 7 phenomenon.
Once again, I am more comfortable with calling what I have often labeled "the base 7 system" a "phenomenon" rather than a system. A system normally requires a human operator or a human designer. However, if this is a system, it is one that runs by itself without any human involvement. Thus, it is not a system, but a phenomenon. But if we are unable to CONTROL this phenomenon, we are at least able to OBSERVE it ... and determine when an event will likely happen again, hoping in the process to at least cut our losses if unable to intervene to such extent as to prevent the event from occurring. This becomes much more difficult when the event is itself human-controlled, as I mentioned above.
The next period of concern regarding a major earthquake striking a densely populated area of the southwestern United States will be seven years after the last anticipated event, which was January 2015 for the city of Los Angeles. The historical basis for this vector is prefigured by the last major seismic event to strike that city which was the Northridge Earthquake of January 1994. Only a 6.7 magnitude event (compared to two earlier quakes of 7.3), it was the deadliest and most destructive of the 20th Century and, thus far, the 21st Century.
The next time this seismic danger assets itself in the Los Angeles region should be in January 2022. As the vector is perched at the head of the year, we should be prepared for slippage in either direction, meaning a quake occurring as early as summer 2021 or as late as summer 2022. That has nothing to do with human-caused "historical correction" but rather to natural fluctuations in the base 7 system, fluctuations that can not be precisely predicted.
Long Beach misses being a precedent for Northridge by 2 years (61 years apart instead of 63). Sylmar misses also by 2 years (23 years difference rather than 21). As I already mentioned, Landers (1992) was too close to Northridge (1994) NOT to be connected, with the total time elapsed between both events being a mere 1 year and 7 months.
There have been any number of large earthquakes rattling the area in the years since Northridge or the Loma Prieta quake that hit San Francisco in October 1989 (6.9 magnitude). But they have been far enough away from populations, off the coast (oceanic), or else TOO DEEP to cause destruction or casualties.
Prophecy warns of major earthquakes in our future bringing destruction greater than we have witnessed in many centuries, events that are often called "biblical" in magnitude. The most notable prophecies have been those of Edgar Cayce. Nostradamus predicted several "new city" earthquakes (that is, cities in the New World, America), but never specified what parts of the US or Canada. Any "new world earthquake" prophecy could apply, and one is dated by the stars as May 10, but no year given.
"The earth will be broken up in the western portion of America."
"The widespread destruction in Los Angeles and San Francisco as well as in many portions of the west coast will occur. Earth changes will occur in the central portion of the United States as well."
No date is given in either prophecy.
Nostradamus, as we mentioned at top, describes a terrible earthquake and surrounding devastation for many miles in a city with a huge "theater" occurring in the month of May, specifically May 10:
Nostradamus, Quatrain 9:83
The Sun twenty [degrees] in Taurus, so strongly the earth trembles.
The great theater filled up is ruined,
The air, sky, and land darkened and troubled
When the infidel calls upon God and the saints.
If the city is indeed Los Angeles, could this is be The L.A. Stadium still under construction or The Microsoft Theater?
The Microsoft Theater (formerly Nokia Theatre L.A. Live), at right, is a music and theater venue in downtown Los Angeles, California, at L.A. Live. The theater auditorium seats 7,100 and holds one of the largest indoor stages in the United States.
Is it possible the coming great Los Angeles Earthquake will occur in May 10, 2022 ... destroying either the L.A. Stadium or The Microsoft Theater???
A 6.4 and 7.1 in Southern CA, Ridgecrest Shaken, L.A. Worried:
A Precursor to The Big One?
Expectations and anxieties are high at this time that a major quake will strike a heavily populated area in the coming days. If it does that would mean the predicted L.A. quake is three years premature. I have a sneaky suspicion that these two quakes were warning temblors, precursors to either another Sylmar or a later Northridge. It must be remembered that a similar quake -- a magnitude 7.3 -- occurred in Landers on June 28, 1992 and it prefigured the Northridge Earthquake by nineteen months.
The point is we are moving into a dangerous period and these two back-to-back temblors should not be a surprise to anyone. It has been 25 years since the last major quake hit a large populated area of California, and that was Los Angeles in 1994. Whether the next one comes in 2020 or 2022 really doesn't matter. Ridgecrest may be the last chance to prepare for another big one or worse ... "The Big One" of prophecy.
RIDGECREST QUAKE NEWS
San Andreas fault is a 730-mile monster. Ridgecrest earthquake was a tiny taste of the possible destruction
Faults crisscross California, producing deadly earthquakes. But whenever the ground shakes, the first thought always turns to the mightiest and most dangerous fault: the San Andreas. This is the 730-mile monster capable of producing the Big One, the fault famous enough to be the main character in a hit disaster movie.
The seismic one-two combo that hit Southern California last week left residents particularly unnerved because it robbed them of the single bit of solace that normally comes with a big quake: the sense that the worst is over. After the 6.4 magnitude quake hit near Ridgecrest on Thursday, many expected aftershocks that would gradually decrease in strength and frequency.
Right after a 6.4 magnitude earthquake rocked Southern California on July 4, filmmaker Ava DuVernay, a lifelong Angeleno, tweeted that it was the longest quake she'd ever felt.
The 7.1 earthquake that hit the Ridgecrest area last week was the largest in Southern California in 20 years. It created surface ruptures and damage near the epicenter. But experts said the quake could have been much more punishing - and could have caused more damage in the metro Los Angeles area.
Twin quakes-the biggest to hit Southern California in decades-rattled a parched stretch of the Mojave Desert on Thursday (July 4) and Friday (July 5), sending seismic waves rippling through Earth that could be felt from Los Angeles to San Jose. Thankfully, no deaths were reported, partly because the two quakes hit a sparsely populated region of the Golden State.
The 7.1 magnitude earthquake that shook California on Friday also ripped open a fissure.
SAN DIEGO (KGTV) - A strong 7.1 magnitude earthquake shook Ridgecrest Friday night, a day after a 6.4 quake rattled the same area of Southern California. Friday's tremor happened at 8:19 p.m. and was centered 11 miles outside the high desert town. It was felt throughout southern California and as far east as Las Vegas.
A swarm of more than 400 earthquakes has hit California in the area between the San Andreas fault and the Imperial fault, with further seismic activity and potentially larger earthquakes set to follow over the next week. The biggest earthquake that has been recorded in the swarm so far was a magnitude 4.9, which hit at 5.31 p.m.
A moderately strong earthquake struck the Los Angeles area late Friday night, rattling nerves already frayed by wildfires and smoke across Southern California. Hitting at 11:38 p.m., the quake registered a magnitude of 4.5 and was centered in the San Gabriel Valley near South El Monte, about 13 miles east of downtown Los Angeles, according to the U.S.
A magnitude 4.5 earthquake shook southern California on Friday night, the US Geological Survey has reported. There were no immediate reports of injuries or damage following the tremor, which happened at around 11.40pm local time, about two miles outside of South El Monte, near Los Angeles.
Quake occurred 10 miles west of Los Angeles late Friday night The impact was felt as far south as San Diego, but there have been no reports of injuries or damage to property Seismologists fear California could be rocked by a giant 7.4-magnitude earthquake in the near future A 4.5-magnitude earthquake rocked Southern California, with tremors felt from Los Angeles down to San Diego.
PACOIMA (CBSLA) - A 4.2-magnitude earthquake struck the Pacoima area of the San Fernando Valley early Thursday morning and was felt across the Southland. It was followed up by two large aftershocks. The tremblor hit at 4:29 a.m., according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
Scientists have warned that last year's Ridgecrest quakes in Southern California have increased the risk of a major San Andreas Fault earthquake. The quakes, warn catastrophe modeling company Temblor, have placed stress on the Garlock Fault that links the Ridgecrest Faults with the San Andreas Fault.
Scientists warn a massive earthquake could hit San Andreas in the next year Last year, Ridgecrest had more than 3,000 earthquakes that stressed Garlock The Garlock fault stretches for 160 miles and is connected to San Andreas Garlock's likelihood of a quake in the next 12 months increased to 2.3 percent A seismic event would trigger San Andreas and have devastating effects More than 3,000 earthquakes rocked Ridgecrest, California in a single week last year and as a result, has increased chances of the 'Big One' striking the San Andreas fault.
A new analysis puts the likelihood of an earthquake slightly higher than earlier forecasts, but researchers said there's no reason to panic. By Mr. Fountain, a climate reporter, is the author of "The Great Quake: How the Biggest Earthquake in North America Changed Our Understanding of the Planet."
A new study suggests that last year's Ridgecrest earthquakes increased the chance of a large earthquake on California's San Andreas fault. The study, published in the Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America on Monday, says there is now a 2.3% chance of an earthquake of magnitude 7.5 or greater in the next 12 months on a section of the 160-mile-long Garlock fault, which runs along the northern edge of the Mojave Desert.
FRESNO, Calif. -- A preliminary magnitude 5.8 earthquake shook the eastern part of Central California Wednesday morning, according to the USGS. The temblor was reported in the Owens Valley, south of the town of Lone Pine on the eastern side of the Sierra Nevada mountain range.
An earthquake with a revised magnitude of 6.5 hit a remote area of Nevada on Friday morning, about 225 miles northwest of Las Vegas and near the California border, the US Geological Survey says.
A 6.5-magnitude earthquake struck a remote part of western Nevada early Friday morning, damaging the main highway between Las Vegas and Reno. The temblor occurred around 4 a.m. near the California border, in an isolated part of Nevada near Tonopah, about 120 miles southeast of Carson City and midway between Reno and Las Vegas, the U.S.
An earthquake has been reported near Los Angeles. The quake had a magnitude of 3.7, and measured at a depth of about seven miles. It was reported on Wednesday morning at 12.03am local time, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. The earthquake occurred in the Windsor Hills area, less than a mile from Inglewood.
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A magnitude 5.7 earthquake was reported Wednesday morning at 6:09 a.m. Pacific time in Magna, Utah, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. The earthquake occurred less than a mile from Salt Lake City. In the last 10 days, there have been no earthquakes of magnitude 3.0 or greater centered nearby.
The Granada Hills area of Los Angeles has been struck by an earthquake just before midnight local time, the Southern California Earthquake Centre (SCEC) said. No damage or injuries were reported. The epicenter of the 3.6 magnitude earthquake was located at the 34.303°N 118.486°W mark of Granada Hills, according to the United States Geological Survey (USGS).
GRANADA HILLS, CA - A 3.6 magnitude earthquake struck just northeast of Granada Hills Tuesday night at 11:41 p.m., prompting firefighters and police officers to fan out across Los Angeles assessing damage. It was felt across the Los Angeles region. The quake was epicentered just two miles north-northeast of Granada Hills, the Caltech Seismological Laboratory reported.
The San Francisco Bay area was rocked by a 4.5 magnitude earthquake at 10.33pm local time last night. Shaking could be felt 40 miles away in San Jose, according to the United States Geological Survey (USGS). Seismologist Lucy Jones has warned the tremors could get worse in the days to come.
Massive Earthquake Strikes India or Indian Subcontinent, Possible 7.9 or 8.0 Magnitude
Mars, Mercury, and silver (the Moon) in conjunction, towards the south extreme drought:
At the bottom of Asia an earthquake is reported, Corinth [Greece], Ephesus [Turkey] then in perplexity.
Regarding the quatrain, silver in alchemy is a metal associated strongly with the Moon. It is important to know (or look up) any given metal and its alchemic association with with its planet or luminary when its appears in an astrological conjunction. Because silver belongs to the Moon, many commentators simply write "the Moon" in place of "the silver." Prior to the quake, a major drought will occur around August 2021 (next Mars Mercury Moon conjunction). This may be southern Asia or generally speaking the southern hemisphere, in Africa or Asia or both. This may well be associated with the locust plague now threatening the entire African continent and other conditions that may also occur in 2020 and 2021. It is possible the April 2022 quake will occur six-to-eight months early because of this conjunction, possibly August-October 2001. According to base 7, Greece and Turkey will go to war in July 2023. Thus, the entire quatrain may cover events for 2021-2023, with the conjunction as the trigger.
india Updated: Jul 11, 2020 17:18 IST Seismologists are increasingly worried about at least one big Himalayan earthquake that is "overdue in the region" and have cautioned that both mountain towns like Shimla as well as cities in the plains like New Delhi are woefully unprepared for a mega quake.
Photographer and trek leader Sujoy Das was taking photographs of a 'thangka' painter in a studio in the fabled high-altitude town of Lo Manthang in Mustang, north-western Nepal. Members of his trekking group were spread across town, visiting monasteries and shops on their day off from the trek.
An earthquake of magnitude 5.5 struck the state of Mizoram in northeastern India on Monday morning, the country's seismology centre said, with shaking also felt in neighbouring Bangladesh and Myanmar. Impacts were reported in the border town of Champai, where several houses and buildings were damaged and cracks appeared in roads, a state official told Indian media.
Gujarat has witnessed three major earthquakes in the past with the most devastating in 2001, another in Anjar in 1956 and the third in 1918 in the Rann of Kutch. As per reports, the earthquake that struck Gujarat on January 26, 2001, measured 6.9 on the Richter scale and lasted for a little over 100 seconds.
"So, on any given day, if an earthquake of higher magnitude strikes here, the consequences would be grievous." According to the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS), many of the buildings in the region do not adhere to mandatory guidelines. On Friday, May 29, two tremors shook Delhi, peaking at magnitude 4.5 on the Richter scale.
Delhi and the surrounding areas might need to brace for a major earthquake, a geologist at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Dhanbad has suggested. The national capital region (NCR) has been struck by at least 64 small earthquakes in the last two years.
Convulsive Capital: Why Does Delhi-NCR Keep Getting Hit By Frequent Earthquakes? | The Weather Channel
June 9: On Monday afternoon, the capital city of India witnessed yet another low-intensity earthquake. The National Center for Seismology revealed the epicentre of the earthquake was near Gurgaon, Haryana, and its depth was recorded to be 19 km with a magnitude of 2.1.
New Delhi, March 30: Tremors were felt in North India, especially in Jammu and Kashmir after an earthquake struck Afghanistan on Monday evening. Tremors were also felt in some parts in Pakistan after the earthquake hit Afghanistan.According to the US Geological Survey, the magnitude 4.9 quake was centred in the mountainous Hindu Kush region in Afghanistan, at a depth of 211 km (130 miles).
An earthquake of 3.6 magnitude shook Himachal Pradesh's Chamba district on Monday, the meteorological department here said.
An earthquake measuring 5.9 on the Richter scale hit Tibet on Friday, authorities said, adding that there were no reports of damages or injuries yet. The quake struck the city of Xigaze, Tingri County, at 9.33 a.m., Xinhua news agency reported. The earthquake was at a depth of 10 km, according to the China Earthquake Networks Center.
OPENING OF THE SIXTH SEAL?
Major Volcanic Eruption in the Western United States:
POSSIBLE SUPERVOLCANIC ERUPTION OF YELLOWSTONE
And I beheld when he had opened the sixth seal, and, lo, there was a great earthquake; and the sun became black as sackcloth of hair, and the moon became as blood; and the stars of heaven fell unto the earth, even as a fig tree casteth her untimely figs, when she is shaken of a mighty wind. And the heaven departed as a scroll when it is rolled together; and every mountain and island were moved out of their places. And the kings of the earth, and the great men, and the rich men, and the chief captains, and the mighty men, and every bondman, and every free man, hid themselves in the dens and in the rocks of the mountains; and said to the mountains and rocks, Fall on us, and hide us from the face of him that sitteth on the throne, and from the wrath of the Lamb: For the great day of his wrath is come; and who shall be able to stand?
Please note: there have been lot of articles of late by pastor prophets about "fire from the sky" (destructive asteroids and meteors that will precede a huge asteroid) and the "burning mountain" which has been associated with the asteroid Apophis, to pass close to earth in 2029 and 2036. These are from Revelation 8:7 and 8:8 and are the first two trumpets sounded when the SEVENTH SEAL is opened.
Revelation 6:12-17 pertains to the SIXTH SEAL and therefore MUST happen BEFORE the fire from the sky or an asteroid impact. It is a huge and destructive event felt worldwide ... and in keeping with a close call with Nemesis or Planet X. Either the pastor prophets are jumping the gun about fiery meteors and Apophis impacting earth in 2029 (2036 is more believable) or we have VERY LITTLE TIME before the dreadful opening of the sixth seal of Revelation.
What geological event could cause the sixth seal to open, with or without the help of Planet X? It would be described as an earthquake because the seismic force of its explosion would be right off the Richter scale and would probably sink much of the western United States into the ocean ... but it would be the eruption of the supervolcano Yellowstone. I have theorized about this in the past, the last time was in 2008, but Yellowstone still awaits ... and there have been an unprecedented number of small quakes in the region of late, worrying some seismologists. The ASH from Yellowstone would blacken the sun and turn the moon to blood for months. The stars would not be visible, obviously, and the thick plumes of continuous smoke and ash would appear in the heavens as scrolls rolled together.
But would every mountain and island on earth be moved out of its place? No, not by the action of Yellowstone alone. It would take something more ... something like Planet X.
There have only been two significant eruptions of volcanoes on the US mainland: Lassen Peak, located in California, in May 1915, and Mount St. Helen's, located in the state of Washington, in May 1980. The Lassen Peak precedent, if it were to repeat again in this century, would have done so in either May 2013 or May 2020 (this year). No US volcano erupted at either time, leaving the Mount St. Helen's precedent for another major volcanic eruption happening in May 2022.
It may begin as an earthquake, but in very little time it will be all too apparent that it is something much worse: a volcanic eruption or, even worse, a supervolcanic eruption.
Sign up for FREE for the biggest new releases, reviews and tech hacks We will use your email address only for sending you newsletters. Please see our Privacy Notice for details of your data protection rights. The Yellowstone National Park was struck by a "very shallow" magnitude 3.1 earthquake on Wednesday, which was said to have been "felt by many" in the region.
"Towns or cities near the epicentre where the quake might have been felt as very weak shaking include Mammoth (population 300) located 22 miles from the epicentre, Gardiner (population 900) 25 miles away, Corwin Springs (population 100) 26 miles away, and Island Park (population 300) 29 miles away."
The caldera inside Yellowstone National Park is dubbed a supervolcano due to its capacity to inflict untold global devastation in the event of a supereruption. It was formed during the last three big events over the past 2.1 million years, with the most recent Lava Creek eruption occurring approximately 630,000 years ago.
Locals said animals refused to enter the "toxic" water while investigations are ongoing to understand what caused the rivers to change colour. The alarming discolouring of the Iskitimka River provoked worries from residents in industrial Kemerovo city, south-west Siberia, Russia. Officials in the Kemerovo region are trying to find the source of the spillage after multiple reports from locals.
"Most scientists think that the buildup preceding a catastrophic eruption would be detectable for weeks and perhaps months to years. "Precursors to volcanic eruptions include strong earthquake swarms and rapid ground deformation and typically take place days to weeks before an actual eruption."
The caldera inside Yellowstone National Park gets its nickname as a supervolcano due to its capability to inflict global devastation in the event of a supereruption. Despite such an eruption not occurring in more than 640,000 years, the system is constantly monitored by the United States Geological Survey (USGS) for any changes.
THE FUTURE KNOWN: HUGE COMET K2 TO PASS EARTH IN DECEMBER 2022
But often the anticipated event does take place and the cases of failure are just so much bad luck. Such was the case of Comet Hale-Bopp which proved to be a classic comet in every sense in spring 1997. Hale-Bopp was discovered July 3, 1995 ... almost two years earlier. Reports of its discovery and pending visitation were broadcast on television news from time to time, especially in 1996 when surprise Comet Hyakutake appeared in March with little advance warning. There was no "predicting" the coming of Comet Hale-Bopp because it was already a known future event for two years. If there was a prediction or prophecy for a comet like Hale-Bopp to arrive in 1997 the prediction would have had to have been made prior to its discovery in July 1995.
Like Hale-Bopp, Comet K2 will be giant comet. This makes its appearance very likely, just as Hale-Bopp's gigantic size was a good indicator that it would perform beautifully in 1997. In addition, this comet is BLUE, very blue, not the more standard green, greenish-blue, or turquoise. So this will be quite a sight indeed. Of course as it approaches the sun, it is possible K2 will change and appear some other color. The date of perihelion, K2's closest point to the Sun, is late December 2022. When it passes closest to earth has not yet been mentioned, but most likely that will be in early December or even late November 2022.
It's been a busy but somewhat disappointing period for comet-watching, with Comet Atlas and Comet Swan flying through the inner solar system without putting on the spectacular show many were hoping for. But some astronomers are keeping an eye on a giant comet that's making its way toward us right now for a visit in 2022.