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In my opinion , the cause of these shifts is a massive celestial object moving inward from the 9 o'clock orientation of the solar system/ springtime/ constellations Leo-Orion.
The effects on the planet are directly correlated to Earth's orientation relative to the massive object, with shifts of Earth's axis occuring every 377 days, and significant Earthquakes every 188-9 days.
On February 27, 2010, the first day of the cycle (2009 doesn’t check out).
There was a great 8.8 magnitude earthquake that struck offshore Maule, near Concepcion, Chile, at a depth of 30km, at approximately 06:34 UTC.
The segment of the fault zone which ruptured in this earthquake was estimated to be over 700 km long with a displacement of almost 10 meters. It lay immediately north of the 1,000 km segment which ruptured in the great earthquake of 1960.
A tsunami was produced with waves that struck Chile, the highest being 2.6m, New Zealand with surges up to 2.2m high. A low tsunami warning was issued for Alaska and Australia, with a partial evacuation of Easter Island for safety. A 4m wave struck Hiva Oa in the Marquesas Islands as well. Warnings were issued and cancelled for Hawaii and the Philippines.
With over 500 killed and dozens missing, 370,000 destroyed homes in Chile, dismantled roads, buildings cracked in two, it is a day that is, and will be remembered by many for decades.
On September 03, 2010, the second day of the 188 day cycle, the first coincidental interval since the first date of February 27.
On this date there was a 6.3 magnitude quake at the Andreanof Islands of Alaska at 11:16 UTC. At approximately 16:35 UTC, a magnitude 7.0 earthquake struck with an epicenter near Darfield, Canterbury, New Zealand.
The quake caused widespread damage and power outages, particularly in the city of Christchurch, the second largest city.
The damage analysis of this earthquake differed from that of the Chile earthquake. It struck on land at a very shallow depth of 5km. The main quake occurred as a result of strike-slip faulting within the crust of the Pacific plate, near the eastern foothills of the Southern Alps at the western edge of the Canterbury Plains.
With images of buildings crumbling into the streets, the amount of people injured and the effect that the main quake has had on the land in the form of aftershocks since, this is definitely a significant event for that area that will surely be remembered for decades.
On March 11, 2011, the third day, and the second successful interval in the cycle of events following the two dates of February 27 and Sept 03. 188 days later following the afternoon events of September 3rd, 2010, to the early hours of March 11, 2011.
This day started dramatically, with one of the largest recorded earthquakes in recent history.
At approximately 05:46 UTC, a massive 9.0 magnitude earthquake struck on water at a depth of 22km near the east coast of Honshu, Japan.
There have since been over 1000 aftershocks recorded from the area. Following the 9.0 was a 7.9, 7.6 and dozens of aftershocks over 6.0.
This earthquake occurred where the Pacific Plate is subducting under the plate beneath northern Honshu; which plate is a matter of debate. The Pacific plate, which moves at a rate of 8 to 9 cm per year, dips under Honshu’s underlying plate releasing large amounts of energy. This motion pulls the upper plate down until the stress builds up enough to cause a seismic event. The break caused the sea floor to rise by several meters.
On September 15, 2011, the fourth day, and third date in the cycle of events, following the dates of February 27, September 03 and March 11. We arrive again, 188 days later.
At approximately 07:53 UTC, a 6.0 magnitude quake struck at a depth of 10km, east of North Island, New Zealand. At 08:00 exactly, a 6.2 quake struck near the east coast of Honshu, Japan, then at 19:31 UTC, a magnitude 7.3 earthquake struck in the Fiji region at a very deep depth of 630km.
The date wasn’t anything devastating this time, but still, a 7 magnitude or higher earthquake did strike, with a lot of other shaking going on around the globe. On the day prior, there was a lot of shaking in and around Greece and a 6.0 near the Aleutian Islands of Alaska. On the day following the 7.3 in Fiji, there was also a 6.7, 6.0 and a number of other aftershocks and tremors near the east coast of Honshu, Japan.
The third interval of 188 days passed, but after a relatively slow few weeks of seismic activity, around and after the time-period of a few M and X class solar flares and geomagnetic storms. On the 15th, 188 days after the Japan earthquake, many said nothing would occur. For the third time, a 7 magnitude or higher earthquake did strike, while within the past 48 hours on that date, there were 4 other 6+ magnitude earthquakes.
Originally posted by H1ght3chHippie
According to this data there are between 9 and 23 earthquakes with a magnitude of 7.0 - 7.9 every year.
I don't think we've got anything out of the ordinary here, just a slight coincidence.
With that many quakes happening each year, you could search for numerous patterns and make things up based on randomly appearing coincidences and patterns.
How about you spend some effort on your own, instead of simply posting other peoples work.
It's really a piece of cake .. look up the dates for the past 25 years and when you find that the 188 day pattern exists during the whole timeframe then you might have something here.
1. The second occurrence of a new moon in a calendar month.
Cannot occur in February. Analogous to the common calendrical definition of a blue moon for months with two full moons.
2. The third new moon in a season that has four of them.
Analogous to the Farmers' Almanac definition of a blue moon for seasons with four full moons.
3. The absence of a full moon in a calendar month.
Can only occur in February, thus January and March will each have a second full moon (a calendrical blue moon).
4. The absence of a new moon in a calendar month.
Can only occur in February, thus January and March will each have a second new moon (see definition 1).
I hope those who are calling hogwash on this will wake up soon. Earthly events are cyclical and keeping your wits about you is never a stupid idea.