reply to post by riddle6
Riddle6, I was just looking at the EQ map and discovered something that could be leading up to a BIG EQ scenario. Looking at the world map of EQs I
discovered that the large quakes are happening around the Solomon Islands area and then slowly decrease towards Japan. After Japan the quakes are
still 4 or 5 leading up to Alaska and then get smaller as the head down the West Coast. Once through Mexico they start increasing in magnitude again.
This is what I see and I can now see an Edgar Cayce scenario.
It looks like the majority of the pacific plate is moving southeast and away from the Asian plate. The Pacific plate is exerting pressure on the
North American plate causing little EQs. The scenario looks like to me that there will be more larger quakes in the Indonesian area and causing the
Pacific plate to move farther away from the Asian plate. With a Big Earthquake in Solomon Islands or japan that the Pacific plate could open up a
gaping fault which would allow one or more of the Japanese Islands to slip into the fault. Once the Japanese Island falls into the fault the pressure
on the West Coast plate would be reversed causing the West coast faults to act almost simultaneously to move and erupt, causing the West coast to
sink. Once the West coast with all of it's faults move back west then the North American plate will move towards the middle of the Pacific plate,
allowing the New Madrid to separate. The New Madrid separation would then relieve the pressure on the East coast to move fluidly south.
If the large quakes continue in the Solomon Islands I believe it is only a matter of a short time before we have the chain reaction that Cayce sees.
I also believe that the comets that are heading our way are going to be the triggers.
I just spent time in Hawaii on the big Island and felt uneasy the whole time I was there. Three days after I left Hawaii the 8.0 Hits.
I also just received a message from the realms to prepare mentally for the events.
edit on 8-2-2013 by prophetboy12 because: spelling