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The man who wrote this was a personal friend of the publisher at the time. The article is given as he wrote it in
1937, in boyish handwriting. He had fallen from a horse at age 17 and for days he had a concussion. During
this period of time a continuing dream came night after night.
Originally posted by Neopan100
Okay..I just finished watching the video..wow..that was really weird..I never heard of this before???
Shows a possible history of southern San Andreas fault ruptures from a study by Sieh, Stuiver, and Brillinger, 1989. They deduced the rupture history from the interpretion of disruptions of sedimentary beds in cross-fault trenches and from data collected after historic earthquakes.
They show ruptures during major earthquakes in 1100, 1346, 1480, 1680, 1812, and 1857 AD. Especially impressive are two huge events, in 1100 and 1480, that appear to have ruptured the fault from the Salton Sea to central California, more than 300 miles. Note that within the dating uncertainties, some of the long ruptures could have actually been two or more shorter ones that occurred closely in time.
Originally posted by Nevertheless
I once dreamed I was riding a bike.
The very next morning, I did.
Originally posted by LastStarfighter
The confusing and description makes one not walk to take the time to watch the 23 minute video.
I think its best not to waste time since its confusing and always leads back to some anonymous source.
"1937 California Earthquake Dream Of Joe Brandt" is a copy of an article that was given to us that was quoted as from the April-May-June 1969 issue of "Living Water."
It contains a dream of a young man that had fallen from a horse and received a concussion and had seen this dream of a coming earthquake.
This vision was written by Joe Brandt, age 17, while recovering from a brain concussion in a Fresno, California hospital in 1937.
Previously published in "California Super quake 1975-1977?" by Paul James. Again published in "When the Comet Runs" by Tom Kay, 1997