Reports say that the 8.9 earthquake that hit Japan actually shifted the Earth’s axis as well as moving the island of Japan 8 feet. This is according to GPS systems that the U.S. Geological Survey have in place.
Not only did this massive earthquake move the island of Japan, but it shifted our planet’s axis by almost 4 inches. Who knows what kind of consequences could come from this down the road.
This was the most powerful recorded earthquake to ever hit Japan – bringing 30 foot waves crushing over buildings, triggering widespread fires, throwing cars and boats across cities, and toppling homes. The effects of this earthquake were seen from across the entire Pacific Ocean, creating tsunami warnings for parts of the U.S, Canada, and Chile. The earthquake also triggered an estimated 160 aftershocks in the first day.
Could this type of movement have an effect on our poles? Precursor to the predicted 2012 Polar Shift?
Today, March 11 2011, Japan was hit by a Earthquake that measured 8.9 on the Richter scale – the most powerful earthquake to hit Japan in the last 100 years.
After the massive-scale earthquake, a tsunami swept in with waves up to 30ft high, devastating the area. Waves of this power and magnitude can decimate houses from their foundation as well as toss cars and boats like they’re nothing. Images can be viewed of half a car with it’s face in the sand.
It’s estimated that hundreds of people are dead as well as countless others missing or injured. Not to mention those that were dragged away by the tsunami might not have a home to go back to.
Japan reported over 30 aftershocks following the 8.9 earthquake. This led to the collapse of buildings, widespread fires, and transportation disruptions throughout the entire country. One report mentioned of a train derailing and others losing contact.
As of now an emergency task force is being dispatched to assist in recovery and evacuation. According to Japan defense forces, a total of 60,000-70,000 are being evacuated into shelters.
President Obama has spoken on the subject and said the United States is standing by to help in any way possible.
Could these effects have anything to do with the 2012 predictions? Hopefully the coming super moon doesn’t bring us any more disasters.
Watch footage of the aftermath of the Japan 8.9 Earthquake and Tsunami
A sharp gust of solar wind hit Earth’s magnetosphere on April 5th and sparked the strongest geomagnetic storm of the year (Kindex=7). That’s significant because? We have passed through the QUIET part of the suns eleven year cycle and we’re not overdue for the HOT action. Poor Al Gore has had to suffer through the lack of sun action which has caused the earth’s cooling and harsh winter.
But, never fear, Sun spot #1061 has just been spotted (no pun intended)!
Seriously, just as #1060 came on board, up pops #1061 and the new sunspot is rapidly growing, more than quadrupling in size during the past 24 hours. Who knows what this fella might do; however, time will tell. We’re over due for an M or X class coronal mass ejection (CME), but I’m in no hurry. Even old 1059 could have been the blame for the rash of recent earthquakes.
Speaking of which!
The big news at the start of this week was the California Baja mover and shaker that could be felt as far north as Los Angeles. This earthquake was not on the San Andreas fault; however, one is a coming. What’s really big news is that there have been over FIVE HUNDRED after-shocks of 2.5 or better since the 7.2 biggie hit 16 miles SW of Guadalupe Victoria, Mexico.
Five Hundred plus!
And then today (Tuesday) Indonesia heats up with some action. A 5.1 at the Molucca Sea on Monday seems to have been are harbinger to the 7.7 in Northern Sumatra which has been followed up with a 5.1 a half hour later. It seems that we’re just getting practice for the web bot linguistic prediction of SIX more 8.0 HAMMERS to come down before 2010 passing from sight and one of those is said to disperse tens of millions of people.
So, stay tuned, we’re just getting started (and December 21, 2012 is still two and a half years out).