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originally posted by: In4ormant
Godzilla is awakening
originally posted by: skuly
I'm not sure if the recent earthquake has anything to do
with this but it is a big sudden movement in a area that
prone to massive quakes.
A massive sudden (1 day) rise of land has occurred along the coast of Hokkaido Japan. Major global earthquake activity is taking place, and serious crustal movement is obviously underway in the region around North Japan.
The new land began rising from the sea yesterday morning (April 24, 2015) with just a 1 meter rise (3 feet), then began rising rapidly, the event is still ongoing as of April 25th into 26th 2015.
The new land mass has now risen over 50 feet above the water (near 1,000 feet long), and near 10 meters wide (30 feet)! Not ‘small’ by any means, and a very rare occurrence to top it off.
This is being attributed to crustal movement in the area.
There is a Japanese news report on youtube but i just
cant get the video to embed on ATS sorry.
originally posted by: AuranVector
This is disturbing. Reminds me of an Edgar Cayce prediction (made about 80 years ago) that during the period of "Earth Changes" new land would rise out of the sea off the East Coast of the US.
He predicted that "most of Japan would go into the sea." Let's hope this never happens.
Part of those predictions included increasing earthquakes & volcanic activity in the world.
I wonder if this might be connected to the erupting volcano in Chile. According to Cayce, volcanic activity in one area can signal coming earthquakes thousands of miles away from the volcano.
originally posted by: FaceMyBook
Another exciting day on spaceship earth. Mother Nature will show humans who is boss, sooner or later.
originally posted by: AndyMayhew
Appears to have been caused by a landslide (itself caused by melting snow)
No evidence of a tectonic origin
I recall something similar happening in, I think, Alaska a few year ago (but cant find a reference )
originally posted by: howmuch4another
a reply to: rebelv
what do nuclear reactors have to do with this landmass?