posted on May, 8 2012 @ 03:18 PM
This is going to sound crazy, but I thought I would put it out anyway.
My husband is something of a human seismograph. Seriously. I don't know how he does it, but as he sits in his office chair he feels vibrations in
the ground. I don't feel them, but he claims he does.
He didn't pay much attention to this phenomenon until late in the day March 10, 2011. He felt a series of vibrations that bothered him, and he
mentioned something to me, but I figured that he was sitting on his duff for too long and maybe his butt was going to sleep. He asked if perhaps we
lived close to some railroad tracks, and I said there aren't tracks for at least 50 miles.
However, he woke me at two in the morning on March 11th and told me about the Japanese earthquake, as he had just seen it on the breaking news (he's
a night owl).
Every time he feels these strange ground vibrations, there is usually a sizable earthquake a while later. I don't understand it, because we are on
stable ground in an area that gets zero quakes (the caprock of west Texas), but he swears by it.
Approximately 1/2 hour ago, he said that he felt a fairly strong series of vibrations and claims that a big one is coming somewhere. I checked on
globalincidentmap.com, and saw nothing, but he is adamant about his claim.
Therefore, I thought I'd share it. I sure hope he's wrong, the world has enough trouble as it is, and if that earthquake happens in northern Japan,
with reactor #4 teetering on the brink of collapse...Well, 'nuff said.
It's OK if you think he's a kook, and I'm Mrs. Kook for posting this, but so far his rate of accuracy has been close to 100%. We shall see.