posted on May, 5 2010 @ 01:38 AM
Her's an email I received today. Now this is a prognostication from a source who has requested anonymity after I asked him who and how exactly he
knows all this. He did mention remote viewing but nothing further.
I don't subscribe much to this so called 'remote viewing' stuff, but then it will be interesting to see what happens a little over a week from now!
So here it is....
In about 9 days from now, there will be an enormous 9.2-magnitude Great Quake along a 1500-mile (2414 km) stretch of north-central Mexico.
The Quake will be situated along the Sierra Madre Occidental, a very long ridge of mountains which forms the Continental Divide in much of Mexico
and is the defining mountain range of western north-central Mexico, (much like the Sierra Nevada mountain range is in California).
That monster earthquake zone will extend from the US-MX Border at Antelope Wells, New Mexico, southward past east of Hermosillo, and past east of
Culiacan, loops around Durango, (the Epicenter area, as much as you can call this monster having an epicenter), and extends southward past Zacatecas
and down to where the Sierra Madre Occidental range crosses MX Hwy 70 (between Aguascalientes and San Luis Potosi), where the seismicity peters out
according to my energy signature readings.
At 1500 miles (2414 km) long, this has to be one of the largest earthquake shaking zones on record. It exceeds the shaking zone of the largest
earthquake in recorded history, the Great Chilean Quake of 1960 (9.5 magnitude), whose shaking zone extended 840 miles north-to-south.
This upcoming Sierra Madre Occidental (SMO) Great Earthquake is of the same strength (9.2) as the Great Alaskan Quake of 1964, (second largest
recorded), which caused land to move vertically 40 feet!
This Quake will also almost certainly cause large tsunamis in the Gulf of California, 300 miles (482 km) west of the Sierra Madre Occidental.
Across the Gulf of California from mainland Mexico, cities on the Baja California Peninsula such as La Paz and Loreto could very well experience
On the Mexican mainland near the Sierra Madre Occidental, there could be multiple ruptures in, or failures of, large dams with potential
disastrous flooding of cities downstream. These include: Presas (Dams) Angostura, Rodriguez, Alvaro Obregon, Mocuzari, Boquillo, Torreoncillos,
Sanalona, Calles, and Santos.
The mouth of the Colorado River at the northern end of the Gulf of California experiences one of the highest tides in the world, about 33 feet (10
meters). If in addition to the up-to-200-foot (61 meters) estimated wave-height tsunami action from the SMO Great Quake, the Quaker occurs when there
is a high tide in the Gulf of California, then it is conceivable that a Super Tsunami exceeding 250 feet (76 meters) height could sweep up the
Colorado River and northward over the land to where it slopes down to the Salton Sea (below sea level) in California, causing flooding. Cities in the
path of any such potential wave action that might occur include Mexicali, MX, and Calexico, El Centro and Brawley, CA.
The SMO Great Quake will not trigger an additional quake along California's San Andreas Fault. Rather, the damage in the southern region of the
San Andreas Fault will be due to its being nearer the northern end of the SMO Great Quake, and thus receiving its share of the shaking, any land
rising or subsidence, and tsunamis which will be caused by the Sierra Madre Occidental Great Quake.
Thus, persons near the Sierra Madre Occidental range in Mexico and along the Sea of Cortez/Gulf of California will want to maintain vigilance for
earthquake and any resultant tsunami from Thursday, May 13 through Saturday, May 15.
Do we wait with bated breath? I'm not laying any bets on this happening. But then......