There was a strong earthquake that struck Friday off the coast of Northeastern Japan, which then triggered a small tsunami
with waves in the same area that was hit by the massive 9.0 earthquake in March 2011 last year. Along with the 7.3 earthquake in Japan there were several
aftershocks that struck the area measuring 6.2,5.5, 5.0, 5.0, 5,0. At the current time there are several aftershocks that are expected to take place, and according the U.S Geological Survey there were additional 5.5 and 4.7 earthquakes east of Ishinomaki, a city in Miyagi, where a tsunami of 1 meter (1 yard) hit about 40 minutes after the earthquake.
Shortly after the earthquake that caused Tokyo buildings to sway for several minutes, authorities issued a warning that a tsunami potentially as high as 2 meters could hit.
According the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center there was no risk of a widespread tsunami. About two hours after the quake struck, the tsunami warning was cancelled.
Right before the earthquake struck, NHK television broke off regular programming to warn that a strong quake was due to hit. Afterward, the announcer urged all near the coast to get to higher ground.
A Dream About An Earthquake And Tsunami
One of our readers had a vivid dream about an earthquake and tsunami, quote:
“ I saw two suns in the sky, and one of the suns just to the right of the other sun passed by and it looked like a fireball, all of the sudden those looking at it noticed the ocean rising and everyone began to run away from the tsunami into a tall building and shortly after the dream ended with someone being rescued. I couldn’t believe how real this dream was, and then I woke up and found out that there was an earthquake and tsunami in Japan, and I could not believe my eyes.
Here is a video that looks in depth into what is taking place in Japan:
In the above quote, the reader mentioned that they could see two suns in the sky, with the second sun being to the right of the other sun, here’s an interesting video that talks about planet x possibly being visible just to the right of the sun:
Here is an update for 12/07/2012 on earthquakes measuring 5.0 or greater:
|5.6||237km ESE of Ishinomaki, Japan||37.732°N||143.863°E||34.2|
|5.6||42km SE of Wau, Papua New Guinea||7.633°S||146.963°E||118.9|
|6.3||21km ESE of Tokoroa, New Zealand||38.321°S||176.086°E||166.8|
|5.0||239km ESE of Ishinomaki, Japan||37.707°N||143.877°E||32.6|
|5.1||238km ESE of Ishinomaki, Japan||37.723°N||143.868°E||30.7|
|5.0||233km ESE of Ishinomaki, Japan||37.800°N||143.850°E||35.8|
|5.3||234km ENE of Qiemo, China||38.745°N||88.101°E||16.1|
|5.0||215km ESE of Ishinomaki, Japan||37.877°N||143.663°E||34.9|
|5.0||222km ESE of Ishinomaki, Japan||37.853°N||143.735°E||35.0|
|5.5||209km ESE of Ishinomaki, Japan||37.849°N||143.581°E||34.8|
|6.2||218km SE of Ofunato, Japan||37.939°N||143.763°E||29.2|
|7.3||245km SE of Kamaishi, Japan||37.889°N||144.090°E||36.1|
|5.1||140km SW of Kokopo, Papua New Guinea||5.301°S||151.427°E||94.2|
|5.1||Bouvet Island region||54.094°S||1.928°W||17.4
The 6.3 earthquake in New Zealand awoke some residents from their sleep but did not cause any loss of life, or trigger any tsunami’s. Earthquakes of this magnitude can cause significant damage to any region, thankfully, there was no loss of life to report on today.
What is taking place is nothing short of amazing, and with loud booms being heard across the United States, all eyes are looking at the New Madrid fault zone.