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maybe Cayce is right about Japan sinking into the sea: according to Fox news today!

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posted on May, 9 2011 @ 01:16 PM
hi all.

I see on the Foxnews site there is an article about how the Earthquake damaged coast of Japan has sunk lower, *at* the quake. All at once.
Published May 09, 2011

Quake Shifted Japan; Towns Now Flood at High Tide

The March 11 earthquake that hit eastern Japan was so powerful it pulled the entire country out and down into the sea. The mostly devastated coastal communities now face regular flooding, because of their lower elevation and damage to sea walls from the massive tsunamis triggered by the quake.

In port cities such as Onagawa and Kesennuma, the tide flows in and out among crumpled homes and warehouses along now uninhabited streets.

A cluster of neighborhoods in Ishinomaki city is rare in that it escaped tsunami damage through fortuitous geography. So, many residents still live in their homes, and they now face a daily trial: The area floods at high tide, and the normally sleepy streets turn frantic as residents rush home before the water rises too high.

"We thought this slippage would happen gradually, bit by bit. We didn't expect it to happen all at once," says Testuro Imakiire, a researcher at Japan's Geospatial Information Authority, the government body in charge of mapping and surveys.

Imakiire says the quake was powerful enough to move the entire country, the first time this has been recorded since measurements began in the late 19th century. In Tokyo, 210 miles (340 kilometers) from Ishinomaki, parts of the city moved 9 inches (24 centimeters) seaward.

The drop lower was most pronounced around Ishinomaki, the area closest to the epicenter. The effects are apparent: Manholes, supported by underground piping, jut out of streets that fell around them. Telephone poles sank even farther, leaving wires at head height.

Shades of cayce's prediction that japan will sink into the sea, that one line amidst many lines, of his far seeing predictions.

* The Great Lakes will empty into the Gulf of Mexico.
* Los Angeles and San Francisco will disappear as land along the west coast of America breaks up.
* Japan will sink into the sea.
* The upper portion of Europe will be changed instantaneously.
* New land will appear off the East coast of America.
* Following increased volcanic activity, earthquake activity will increase in California as well as the area between the south of Nevada and Salt Lake.
* Land disturbances along the East Coast will cause the disappearance of part of New York State and New York City. Part of the Carolinas and Georgia will also be lost

my own take on his japan sinking, is that he saw a long geological timeframe, as in Spirit there is no time, thus all is seen at once! There might be hundreds of years of slow sinking. But does not look goodfor japan, even if slow sinking. Sinking is sinking, whether massively or by the inch, over and over again!


posted on May, 9 2011 @ 01:37 PM
I'm a HUGE fan of Edgar. And I remember seeing a video about Japan, where you could see the streets moving and HEAR water flowing underneath. Its pretty surreal. But out of all the "Prophets" hes the most crediable. Another thing, I remember him making a map of the world how it would end up looking, and then the Navy recently had a map come out that looked DAMNED close to his. Its pretty odd. Its just loose strings are leading to a giant string where everything is tied together....

posted on May, 9 2011 @ 04:10 PM
reply to post by DrakeDarc
I can't wait to visit Arizona Bay.

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