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Large earthquake poised to hit So. Cal before February?

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posted on Jan, 16 2009 @ 12:40 PM
I've been following the Yellowstone thread quite addictively and throughly. Earthquakes are on the increase in the west during this time of heightened activity. Check out the current activity map from

The swarm of activity to the North, and South has been on the increase as of late. Lines of quakes have started in the ocean, and follow up to Yellowstone, and vice-versa. The two most noticeable swarms are in San Bernardino, CA, and Near Salinas/SF area. These both reside on the San Andreas Fault, and have either been building, or relieving tension during these swarms.
There is a null in activity from roughly Salinas, to Riverside, CA, that deserves close attention IMO. This area is known for producing large quakes in the past. This area also lies on the San Andreas Fault; Also, the fault makes a sharp north-northwesterly turn towards SF here.

There have been no large quakes in this area for the short time, and medium-long term time frame. Nearly all active faults in California currently, or have recently had swarms, or a 3.5 or greater in the past month. I'm not saying "the big one" is not far off, but I do think that something with shake here within the next week.

[edit on 16-1-2009 by SpadeofAces]

posted on Jan, 16 2009 @ 03:16 PM
I have been following yellowstone as well. I thought something was odd, so what I started to do is actually 'see' exactly where and what is being hit by transcribing the coordiantes into Google Earth.

What I found was astounding.

It seems that their little game of God is coming to light.
Knowing what we know now we can look back throughout History and Identify who received what from Tesla.

The Germans received 'SDI' because Europe was plagued by war. I am not here to give a History lesson to anyone, but a simple review will shed light on the subject. Cmd. SAS Rosenholtz is May of 1924 said " curtail the activity of the Air Fleet, because the invention rendered a large air fleet obsolete for the purpose of defense..." Luckily we won the war and absconded with their technology and scientists, which, by the way, did not stop Russia from developing the technology. Woodpecker event, and others give pause on the subject.

To America was given 'power.' Long story short, we do not have free power, and never will. We use the technology for the nefarious puproses as explained by Tesla. Whereas we can re-create a Tunguska Blast to any magnitude with "extreme accuracy" at any point on the Globe.

To England was given Holographic technology. As an allied country, we have shared and helped develop this technology. This day, Holographic technology will blow your mind !!! Want to know something, ask Scotland Yard.

To China was given power to control the weather, because China has such a large population.

We know who received Anti-Grav brainer there.

To your post...When you see a Hurricane develop from a Cat 1 to a Cat 5 in less than one hour...or when you see targeted earthquakes on infrastructure...or when a thunderstorm spawns 300+ tornado, know it is a manufactured event.

In the past we have used the device sparingly. However,if you are familiar and track these things, then you recognize the activity dramatically increased in the year 2000, and really got going in 2002.

I would say that less than 20% of all earthquakes are natural events.

There is no war, feast, or famine in the World today that has not been engineered.

I think the earthquake will undoubtedly be the Jan. 21-22 event. We need to suffer extreme damage as to set a catalyst for the new plan. Just like D-Day...just like Pearl Harbor...just like 911...they need to create something that will bind our Nation to do and follow a thing.

I doubt it will be Yellowstone though...there is no way to know the reaction or the consequences. An 8+ in Cali will work...

posted on Jan, 16 2009 @ 04:10 PM
There is a video posted on ATS, in which a man speaking French says that HAARP will be used to generate an EQ in California [by June]. According to this man, the reason for the EQ is to shift focus from their financial issues - California to issue I. O. U. 's


I see a show on the History Ch. talking about how California is "over due' - the narrator then goes on to explain how the fault in Pointes Hills moves up / down, rather than side to side like the San Andreas creating a much worse EQ. What made me choke on my popcorn was how this man read off a Dollar value of damages,- 250 Billion. It was as if they were reading final stats of something that had already happened.

Is this perhaps the PTB have to disclose their intentions first [ warn the people in a T.V. show?]

posted on Jan, 16 2009 @ 04:13 PM
reply to post by SpadeofAces

Last Thursday night while i was in Lodge we had a little shaker. I'm in So Cal. between L.A. and San Diego. i have a feeling we will have a big earthquake soon. we haven't had a big one since i was 5 or so and I'm now 20.

bracing for the big one to come.

posted on Jan, 17 2009 @ 10:31 AM
Well, last night, it was funny. I was on ATS around 5:30, and I felt a very very small bump, like a door slamming nearby, but I know what my annoying neighbor's door sounds like. It was rather quick, and could have been unnoticed by many. But there was a 2.8 about 8 miles from my house. I checkout out and there it was. Nothing large, that I still predict to hit btw, but it was exciting nonetheless.

posted on Jan, 24 2009 @ 02:13 AM
Lots of 3.0+ quakes today, some in L.A., some around Baja; Most recently, could be foreshocks to a larger event. I'm interested in the coming week for the Southern California, Northern Mexico area.

posted on Jan, 24 2009 @ 03:42 PM
San Andreas Fault Overdue For Activity

Well, this definetly is not good news. Not saying that it's bound to happen before February, but it does make me a little more uneasy.

Seems like there are progressive lines of stress activity up and down California, all leading to one spot, the forementioned Carrizo Plain, now overdue for a large earthquake by over 100 years.

[edit on 24-1-2009 by SpadeofAces]

posted on Jan, 27 2009 @ 09:59 PM
I'm here in the northern part of LA. On sunday the whole house was shaking but nothing on usgs? Am I delusional? anyone who felt it as well in the area??

posted on Jan, 30 2009 @ 05:04 PM
Less than 2 days left for my "prediction" of sorts...The 4.5 earthquake up north in Seattle could have relieved some stress for the time being. I have noticed a decline in earthquakes today in California as opposed to before the Seattle quake, especially in the Inland Empire, and along the swarm from San Jose southward. Current USGS California map.

posted on Jan, 30 2009 @ 05:13 PM
Lots of people following this thread!

This has been a really informative thread.

I'd like to thank all the posters that have shared all their knowledge here. I've learned quite a bit about the earth and seismic events by following along.

posted on Jan, 31 2009 @ 11:24 AM
Yes. I have been following the earthquakes since January 2005 which was about a month after the Tsunami in the Indian Ocean. They have been increasing in magnitude, frequency and moving towards the U.S. And even in the U.S. they have been increasing in magnitude, especially in AK and CA and in the past few months in other parts of the U.S. and even here in NY State, in upstate NY and in Quebec, Canada and the Caribbean. I read today that sharks are swimming towards the beaches of FLA, I guess they're getting away from the ocean. And with Mt. Redoubt...OH BOY!!! I keep the website of the Pullyaup tribe in ID who back in the early 80's had warned that Mt. St. Helens was going to blow up. They moved their tribe from where they usually are, one month before St. Helens blew up. So, I check on their website every so often. If they do that again, it means we're in serious trouble.

posted on Jan, 31 2009 @ 11:24 AM

posted on Jan, 31 2009 @ 07:25 PM
Well, it wasn't as large as I had supected, a 4.4. It is however the largest quake that has hit California since my post started. Although there could be many more in the following it seems the small quakes all around the region have not let up one bit, clearly showing more energy stored. I am happy that it at least occured within the radius of the circle I had crudely drawn on a USGS map above.

posted on Jan, 31 2009 @ 07:29 PM

Originally posted by SpadeofAces

Large earthquake poised to hit So. Cal before February?

Let me take a look umm hmm no nope!
Won't work for me I'll be in NY OK let me see here oh hey! No nope sorry that week is booked
I do have an opening in March around the 21st but nothing available in Feb sorry doesn't work for me.

posted on Feb, 1 2009 @ 04:01 AM
reply to post by SpadeofAces

Well its February, and the earthquake didnt hit. Weird another prediction thread that didnt come true. How strange, these things are usually dead on. Oh, wait maybe this prediction is based on Hawaii time, so there is a couple more hours for the prediction to come true. I think its still January in Hawaii right now.

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posted on Feb, 3 2009 @ 03:51 PM
OMG did u feel it? i didn't....

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