The first New Madrid earthquake could have been scheduled. Don't be fooled either that if it does happen, that after the fact, they claim it took
place in the "Wabash Valley Zone", in order to try to cause confusion. The Wabash Valley Zone is simply one part of the New Madrid Zone, and don't
believe any nonsense from anyone that tells you otherwise.
It may very well be that Wabash Valley in the northern section of New Madrid, let's say in Southern Illinois for example, or that Indianola,
Mississippi, in the Southern section of New Madrid's zone could be the target area. The scientists will also claim that Indianola isn't actually a
part of New Madrid either, which of course is another lie. Don't be fooled by their lies, remember you were told about this here before hand if it
happens. It is a part of New Madrid's zone. So don't fall for it if they try to claim differently, which they probably will, if that's the target area
of the attack, which it could be.
These could be target zones for an attack, because they are weak zones of the fault area.
Of course, the quake might happen in the main fault zone area, and might happen right at ground zero of the original famous start of the 1811-1812
quake sequence, with the December 1811 series of quakes that happened in Arkansas. Where depending on the historical accounts, 2 or 3 cataclysmic
quakes happened in one night at the same location. They might try to duplicate that, so they might target Arkansas to repeat that same effect. The
prospect of 2, or by some historical accounts, even 3 mega quakes in one day would be hard to resist.
Or, they might target right at New Madrid, Missouri, where the largest earthquake in written history is known to have occurred in February of 1812,
trying to duplicate that. Of course, thinking about the prospects of the repeat of such a quake would be hard to resist.
But Indianola is also a very good target because it's a weak spot in the fault zone, and it would cause a particularly large amount of flooding into
the fault, which would be catastrophic in terms of what a quake might do. Also, a very large quake in the Southern Illinois section of the New Madrid
Zone has the added prospect of taking out more people in Saint Louis, as it could do more damage to the power plant and river there.
Then there is also how they might plan it to where specifically they might want to take out each individual nuke power plant in the region.
The point is, that anywhere in the general area could be the intended main target for the epicenter of a possible first quake. The New Madrid Zone
acts differently than other fault zones, as the number of other large quakes generated after the initial quake is unprecedented. For example, in
1811-1812, there were 4-5 mega quakes (depending on the historical accounts) and a total of 7-8 giant quakes (again, depending on the historical
accounts). This is something that makes this fault totally unique from all others in the world. Once it goes, it becomes a hellish nightmare for many
months on end, with mega quake, after mega quake, after mega quake. Making New Madrid unique among all of the world's fault zones.
So wherever the epicenter of the first quake is, if it goes off, the entire zone will eventually be hit with a mega quake, or will be close enough to
one to be heavily damaged by it. So, if you live within 200 miles of the fault zone, always be prepared.
The first New Madrid earthquake might be set for the date of June 13th, 2014.
This can however be delayed, by it being known ahead of time that the first quake was being possibly set for that day. If enough people are aware that
the quake is perhaps being scheduled for that day, then it will have to be delayed to a later date.
By talking about this possibility and discussing this, it will force the earthquake, if it is planned, to be delayed to a later date. So that it will
NOT happen on the intended date. So therefore, it won't take place on the scheduled date, as long as we discuss this and talk about it on this site
and other sites, like YouTube, etc. That way, the quake will NOT happen on the intended date. But, if we do not discuss this, then of course there
would be no reason to call off the plans, if there are any, and the quake would probably in all likelihood go ahead as scheduled.
Or perhaps instead, plan B, if there is one, would be put into place then.
So please, spread this information around.
edit on 21-2-2014 by Red Cloak because: (no reason given)