Increased Earthquake Activity
As you can see from the image above, earthquakes are currently taking place along tectonic plates, which signals plate movement, as described by poleshift.ning.com, quote:
“Last 2 weeks earthquakes reported in EMSC as of 19 May 2013, as shown with IRIS and with the following figures on Google Earth, strongly suggest the 7 of 10 progression, its global plates movement explained in detail by ZetaTalk.” –poleshift.ning.com
We highly recommend looking at some of the images of the plate movements take place right in front of the world to see. In the past 3 hours two strong earthquakes took place in Petropavlovsk-Kamchatskiy, Russia (5.9, 5.1) there were no reports of a tsunami or damages to nearby buildings or people.
In Puerto Rico, several earthquakes have taken place today measuring 2.7, 2.7, 2.5, 3.0, 2.7, 3.0, 3.6,3.7,4.1,4.1, 3.7, 3.6, 3.0, 2.6. The number of injured people rose to 5, as a magnitude 5.5 hit northern Algeria, displaying cracks on some buildings.
To call all of this activity normal is just wrong, and what many paid shills, and debunkers say is that ” The earth has always experienced earthquakes, everything is ok” and while that is true, our argument is that earthquakes are increasing, trains are derailing, and volcanoes are shooting ash plumes thousands of feet in the air. There is too much activity to brush these events off as normal.
The end of the world is not taking place, but there has been a significant increase in earth changes across our planet, on a daily basis. Being prepared as best you can, can make a difference when it matters most.
Breaking News: Russia has just been hit with a magnitude 5.1, 5.1, 2.9, 4.6, and magnitude 5.0 earthquakes, a swarm is taking place at the time. Take note that this has taken place within the last 20 minutes of writing this article!
The eruption phase is the story of the day at the Pavlof volcano in Alaska, with lava fountaining, and active lava flow and ash emissions, with seismic tremors taking place. Mud flows and pyroclastic flows.
There was a narrow plume of steam ash and gas up to 20,000 feet at times, above sea level, and extending southeast from the volcano. The good news so far, is that local communities living in the region have not experienced any ash clouds falling on buildings or cars.
The next volcano which has shown strong activity lately is the Popocateptl volcano in Mexico, as a new crater formed on top of the lava dome.
The good news is that explosions have decreased during the past 2 days. With CENAPRED (volcano monitoring agency) making an overflight and finding the series of recent explosions since the 14 of May, in particular the two that occurred on the 16th and 17th.
The surface of the lava dome is currently covered by fragments from the explosions.
Activity is continuing at the Shiveluch volcano in Kamchatka, and KVERT is reporting moderate seismic activity, as well as gas-steam activity. The Kizimen volcano in Kamchatka remains active and produces hot avalanches on the western and eastern flanks. KVERT is is reporting moderate seismic activity, with strong degassing.
The Tolbachik volcano in Kamchatka is gaining strength, as Tremor levels have risen and lava continues to effuse from the southern fissure vent.
Our Thoughts On Meteors
So recently there have been meteors hitting the moon, another meteor hitting in mexico, and a man that was hit in the head by small meteor, and of course, earlier this year we had the once in a century Russian meteor event which was extremely rare. Once again, you present this evidence on a discussion board, or anywhere, and people will say it is no big deal or the most common response “meteors always hit the earth”.
Let’s talk about one of the most recent events which took place yesterday:
A man by the name of Lloyd Ganley was standing outside his garage having a chat with a neighbor when a meteorite whistled past him, and sailed through the open door of the garage, and smashed into some buckets.
“It was like, ‘What the f… was that?’ ” Ganley said yesterday from his home in rural Whakamarama, west of Tauranga. “I thought it might have been someone fired a rifle down the valley, a bit of a wayward shot.” –www.stuff.co.nz
These events seem to be taking place more frequently, and in the last week, we have seen an increase in fireballs being reported at the American Meteor Society’s website:
As noted by researcher TheUnitedKnowledge, there is supposedly a fireball season according to many mainstream media outlets. However, there never was a fireball season previously! Please watch the video below if you believe we are exaggerating on fireballs:
So ladies and gentlemen, we have come to the conclusion, that something in space is causing all of what you see taking place. Whether that something is planet X will be up to debate, but one fact that cannot be denied is that earth changes are increasing, and it doesn’t look to be getting better any time soon.
On top of all of the meteors hitting the earth in the past few years and months, we are seeing a rash of new space rocks being found, which suggests that we are either in a rough part of space, or something is hauling space rocks our way. Here is a video by another researcher who found an interesting video about stocking up on food because of a near miss asteroid: