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Great American Eclipse / Yellowstone Mega Quake?

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posted on Jul, 4 2017 @ 01:50 AM
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I posted this in another thread but this happened to catch my eye and i wasn't sure if i'd have an opportunity to post. Apparently this is the opportunity...

On the Bank of America mural there is an eclipse and a woman is caught in what looks to be a "tractor beam".

What if the eclipse depicted is the one coming up and the woman is being "raptured"?
mural

Perhaps the eclipse is the connection between everything or it could just be my imagination running rampant.

If it is running rampant... do try to catch it for me. I hate having to chase after him.




posted on Jul, 4 2017 @ 02:53 AM
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I'm sorry. I don't want to come off as insulting, but... During ancient times up through the Catholic church trying to wipe science out. People who witnessed "strange" happenings in the sky normally became afraid that it was some sort of apocalypse was on the way. Understandably because we as a human race didn't understand what we were seeing.

Why in modern times with all the scientific knowledge is it that people still fear events such as eclipses or the moon rising red, do people still associate these events with the beginning of the apocalypse?

I could continue on... But i won't.

P.s. this is what ats should be. Not a political boxing ring.
edit on 4-7-2017 by Somethingsamiss because: Misspelling



posted on Jul, 4 2017 @ 04:11 AM
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originally posted by: AkontaDarkpaw
I posted this in another thread but this happened to catch my eye and i wasn't sure if i'd have an opportunity to post. Apparently this is the opportunity...

On the Bank of America mural there is an eclipse and a woman is caught in what looks to be a "tractor beam".

What if the eclipse depicted is the one coming up and the woman is being "raptured"?
mural

Perhaps the eclipse is the connection between everything or it could just be my imagination running rampant.

If it is running rampant... do try to catch it for me. I hate having to chase after him.


Wow I forgot about those murals.
Thanks for pointing that out!



posted on Jul, 4 2017 @ 04:13 AM
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originally posted by: Somethingsamiss
I'm sorry. I don't want to come off as insulting, but... During ancient times up through the Catholic church trying to wipe science out. People who witnessed "strange" happenings in the sky normally became afraid that it was some sort of apocalypse was on the way. Understandably because we as a human race didn't understand what we were seeing.

Why in modern times with all the scientific knowledge is it that people still fear events such as eclipses or the moon rising red, do people still associate these events with the beginning of the apocalypse?

I could continue on... But i won't.

P.s. this is what ats should be. Not a political boxing ring.



Hmm..I guess you didn't read my first post fully, or my second one.
Your response is probably based off of a skim read



posted on Jul, 4 2017 @ 04:18 AM
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We're all gonn'a die....... The smart ones are moving to Hawaii. Well hoping Ol' kim won't nuke'em (whole nother doom porn)

Seems every time someone farts that Yellowstone's Gonna Blow........


edit on 4-7-2017 by Plotus because: (no reason given)



posted on Jul, 4 2017 @ 09:21 AM
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a reply to: prevenge

Back a few years ago, there was a total eclipse over China. There was big noise about the major hydroelectric dam failing. Didn't happen. I think it was in 2009, I was in northern Manitoba and during the eclipse there were major solar flares. I remember watching the northern lights. Regardless, eclipse plus solar flares, still no effect. If Yellowstone is going to blow, it will blow in its own time.

Cheers - Dave



posted on Jul, 4 2017 @ 09:33 AM
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originally posted by: bobs_uruncle
a reply to: prevenge

Back a few years ago, there was a total eclipse over China. There was big noise about the major hydroelectric dam failing. Didn't happen. I think it was in 2009, I was in northern Manitoba and during the eclipse there were major solar flares. I remember watching the northern lights. Regardless, eclipse plus solar flares, still no effect. If Yellowstone is going to blow, it will blow in its own time.

Cheers - Dave


I don't remember where i saw it but someone was talking about there being machines being used to put pressure on Yellowstone.

Anyone else hear of this?



posted on Jul, 5 2017 @ 12:55 PM
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originally posted by: prevenge
Just putting this out there...
...triggered by the combined direct pull of the sun and moon's gravitational forces at once, directly over Yellowstone?

The Sun and Moon are often both very near each other on the side of the Earth above North America (12 or 13 times per year, during every New Moon phase of the Moon).

Granted, it is very rare that the Moon is directly in front of the Sun, but the difference in the gravitational pull during an eclipse compared to any other "New Moon" when the Moon is close to the Sun in the sky is negligible.



edit on 5/7/2017 by Soylent Green Is People because: (no reason given)



posted on Aug, 3 2017 @ 02:47 PM
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originally posted by: pirhanna
Do eclipses have a record of triggering quakes in areas in the direct line of the eclipse?





Several recent studies, however, have found a correlation between earth tides (caused by the position of the moon relative to the earth) and some types of earthquakes. One study, for example, concludes that during times of higher earth and ocean tides, such as during times of full or new moon, earthquakes are more likely on shallow thrust faults near the edges of continents and in (underwater) subduction zones.Lunar or solar eclipses represent, of course, special cases of full and new moon, but do not cause any special or different tidal effects from full and new moon. Earth tides (Earth's surface going up and down by a couple of centimeters) and especially ocean tides (surface of the ocean going up and down by a meter or more) raise and lower the confining pressure on shallow, dipping faults near continental edges and in subduction zones. When the confining pressure is lessened, the faults are unclamped and more likely to slip. The increased probability is a factor of ~3 during high tides. But you must stop and realize that the background probability is, in general, very low in a given place and year (fractions of a percent), so that raising this tiny probability by a factor of 3 during high tides still results in a very tiny probability.


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This is interesting as the eclipse should be pulling the direction of the fault slip.




Researchers in the US have found a link between the position of the Sun and Moon and small tremors deep within the San Andreas Fault - suggesting that the gravitational pull of the astronomical bodies could be causing the Earth's plates to move up and down like the ocean's tides.

These are new findings worth reading the whole article
www.sciencealert.com...


They then compared this data to tidal data from the same timeframe, paying particularly close attention to the two-week 'fortnightly tide', which coincides with the lunar cycle. When all was said and done, the team found that seismic activity in the region increased when the Moon was in its waxing phase, building up to a full Moon. Of course, correlation doesn't equal causation, and the study didn't look into how the Moon and Sun could be influencing earthquake frequency. But the team hypothesises that this link could be due to the fact that the Sun and Moon align around the waxing phase of the Moon, causing a greater than normal gravitational pull on the Earth.




"The springs on the San Andreas system have been wound very, very tight. And the southern San Andreas Fault, in particular, looks like it’s locked, loaded and ready to go," Jordan said while addressing the audience at the 2016 National Earthquake Conference in Long Beach.

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posted on Aug, 3 2017 @ 03:23 PM
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originally posted by: AkontaDarkpaw
I posted this in another thread but this happened to catch my eye and i wasn't sure if i'd have an opportunity to post. Apparently this is the opportunity...

On the Bank of America mural there is an eclipse and a woman is caught in what looks to be a "tractor beam".

What if the eclipse depicted is the one coming up and the woman is being "raptured"?
mural

Perhaps the eclipse is the connection between everything or it could just be my imagination runn ing rampant.

If it is running rampant... do try to catch it for me. I hate having to chase after him.


Funny I never noticed before the fire is a hand what else have I missed?

vigilantcitizen.com...
edit on 3-8-2017 by SeaWorthy because: (no reason given)



posted on Aug, 3 2017 @ 03:30 PM
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a reply to: SeaWorthy

Yeah, but the information you posted mostly discusses full moons and new moons.

As I said in my post above, by definition a New Moon is a Moon that almost aligned with the Sun in the sky relative to Earth, and New Moons occur 12 or 13 times per year. A solar eclipse is a specific kind of New Moon, and the additional gravitational stresses cause by the specific alignment that occurs during an solar-eclipsing-New Moon compared to a regular New Moon is negligible.

So there probably is not much truth to the idea that the threat from the solar-eclipsing New Moon causing an earthquake is noticeably greater than if it were just a normal New Moon.


edit on 3/8/2017 by Soylent Green Is People because: (no reason given)



posted on Aug, 4 2017 @ 12:47 AM
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originally posted by: Soylent Green Is People
a reply to: SeaWorthy

Yeah, but the information you posted mostly discusses full moons and new moons.

As I said in my post above, by definition a New Moon is a Moon that almost aligned with the Sun in the sky relative to Earth, and New Moons occur 12 or 13 times per year. A solar eclipse is a specific kind of New Moon, and the additional gravitational stresses cause by the specific alignment that occurs during an solar-eclipsing-New Moon compared to a regular New Moon is negligible.

So there probably is not much truth to the idea that the threat from the solar-eclipsing New Moon causing an earthquake is noticeably greater than if it were just a normal New Moon.



You should read the long posts in this thread, of research showing scientific studies suggesting the possibility of said phenomena.



posted on Aug, 17 2017 @ 12:27 AM
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There's a show tonight on right now on Coast to Coast AM talking about the eclipse and earthquakes...




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