reply to post by kattraxx
Hi and thank you! About ear tones...I have trouble with my left ear mostly. Right one seems fine. Doctors have never been able to work out why that
is. But yes, aches and pains for no apparent physical reason. I am sensitive to weather changes though and we have a pressure change happening now,
but all the same the weather has been stable for the past couple of days but the pains are still there.
Locations... If a major seismic event is upcoming soon I feel most concerned for three regions -- and sorry but I can't state my feelings more
specifically than "concerned". Japan, especially the southern regions, like Kobe or Takamatsu -- that area mainly...But perhaps off the coast a
little ways south. Then over the ocean to Oregon, off the coast from Eugene but bigger than usual 4.5 range that they are known to have there. Then
down to California. You asked about the Bay area of Frisco? Well I don't get any specific warning bells ringing and if I did I'd surely tell you. I
also have friends there -- including one who used to live with us here in Prague, in fact... No, I'm thinking further south. LA maybe, but perhaps
even way down towards San Diego. Yes, Mexico is also possible but mainly in the north-western section of that country. This is because the Gulf of Cal
has a fault line running right up the middle. Or should I say, that's why the gulf is there...
On another site I frequent, which is more in the esoteric line generally than ATS, we have a thread going now along the same lines. Several of us
there are sensitive to these things and we're sharing knowledge and feelings/symptoms. The general sense of agreement is that something is coming up
very soon. I started correspondence with one member (who lives in L.A.) and I passed on a "flash" image I had.
Now some could say this falls outside the range of analyzing pre-quake symptoms so I hope you (and mods) will allow me the leeway to discuss this
This "flash" was just a quick glimpse of a single word. It looked like it was on a sign, just black letters on a dirty-creamy colored background,
like place names are on signs I mean. It looked like "Corrego" or something similar. I told him it had three syllables, started "C" ended "O" a
had a Spanish feel to it and I was assuming it was in Cal or Mexico.
Well he replied: "I wonder if you're thinking Carillo...that would be congruent with where I'm feeling the slippage on the San Andreas may occur.
In fact, that would be almost EXACTLY where I was feeling it would happen. Let's hope that's just coincidence. I'll meditate on it. Leo Carillo
would be the full name of the place...vibe with you at all?"
Well it does...So does Calexico but I have a stronger feeling about Leo Carillo. Trouble is, I know so little about California beyond what I pick up
on the web MSM news reports. (I don't count "Baywatch" as a source of knowledge beyond the huge catalogue of merchandise it [errm] doesn't
), so I am not even certain if this is just single place or several. Maps have not been greatly helpful, and my contact is
flying out of L.A. today for three week's vacation so he may be out of contact for some days I guess.
Any advice would be welcome. Bearing in mind that this was just a "flash" image and does not
have to indicate that it's the epicenter of a
major earthquake or any quake at all for that matter, I'd be glad for your input.
Many thanks for your patience with my rather bumbling style of writing,
[edit on 28-5-2008 by JustMike]