posted on Feb, 10 2012 @ 12:35 AM
Originally posted by TrueAmerican
For the length of time thats a fair number of shakes for this neck of the woods. Even though we are primed and ready, little happens.
Those intermediate little EQs are what Im trying to identify and see if patterns emerge for prediction purposes. Ive got to go back over all of them
and do a timeline. I call those transition zone EQs, and I have a suspicion that they are indeed a precursor to bigger quakes.
But here's the clincher for me. I was meditating on a bluff in Trinidad today around 4 to 5. When I get deep in meditating, and Im on the earth, I am
exquisitely aware of every minute vibration. And she was rumbling today. Twice. It hasnt shown up on any maps, but I know what I felt, and Im pretty
sure it was magma moving. I have never experienced that but know that magma movement is completely different than plates interacting. They are called
volcanic/magmatic tremors. A peculiar motion, both up and down and side ways at the same time but not noticeable unless one is in an altered state as
I was. And it can last a long time with peaks (called drumbeats) and valleys but always grumbling. And it sure felt like that today.
But this isn't anywhere near the volcano belt, and that belt, Mt Shasta and Lassen being the southern end, is moving southeast. Hmmmmmmmm?
ON EDIT: The feeling reminded me of something that happened at Mt St Helens. Called drumbeat EQs, the MSH ones were different than most. Two theories
came forth. One was the widely accepted one of magma lurching as it proceeded down the channel. The other was one Id never heard before. One scientist
theorized that the type of EQs at MSH were caused by pressure built up from steam caused by water and magma interacting. Picture the top of a kettle
boiling and the top popping off steam every once in a while while whistling and vibrating away. And that is the best descriptor of what I felt today,
an inner earth steam kettle.
edit on 10-2-2012 by zworld because: (no reason given)