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Sun and moon 'set off deep tremors on San Andreas fault'

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posted on Dec, 26 2009 @ 12:08 PM
17 Dec 09
For thousands of years astrologers have claimed that disasters are foretold in the movement of the planets.
Now a new study suggests they might be right.

Scientists have discovered that the faint gravitational tug of the sun and moon can set off tremors deep underground in one of the world's most dangerous earthquake zones.
Although the pull of planetary objects is too weak to set off a full blown quake, the findings suggest that they could set in motion a chain of events, leading to devastation on the surface.

A study of the San Andreas Fault has found a link between the gravitational tug that creates the tides and small tremors beneath the ground

Ancients, the Gnostic's in fact pointed this out in their writings around 500 BC, this special group of Pagans called the Gnostic's were Cosmologist who also mapped our Galaxy and Solar System which Hubble has now given us proof.

posted on Dec, 26 2009 @ 12:25 PM
'Now we also see that tides - the daily lunar and solar tides - very strongly modulate tremors.'

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The moon seems like an extraordinary machine.
A satellite that controls rhythm strong enough to control the tide could easily do that.
So much is lunar based science.
So much is based on the four week cycle of the moon.
Months, Menstration,both moon-based.
Makes sense it could rupture that californian fault.

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