U.S. Pacific Northwest Destroyed by Earthquake and Tsunami!

April 17, 2014 Will the U.S. Pacific Northwest be Devastated by Earthquake and Tsunami Next Week: Another disaster scenario that could abolish Vancouver, Seattle and Portland? The top map shows the planet astro map lines as they progress across the globe. Astro lines that could make it difficult for the Northwest: Pluto on the MC, Sun ASC and the North Node (fate) DSC lines. This could be the big 9.1+ event due for the region. The last mega-quake and tsunami was in 1700. This region is overdue for “the big One.

The second astro map shows the same time period only different planetary lines. Mars and Zeus on the MC cut right through The San Andreas fault. Los Angeles is already nervous after the small quake in Brae and a larger one in Northern California. These and other planetary aspects and map lines mean a large 9.1+ event could occur next week. (Credits – Solar Fire Gold v8 and Excel Spread Sheets 2010).

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Will Tokyo Sink Below the Waves Next Week!

April 16, 2014 Will Tokyo Sink Below the Waves Next Week: Looking at the transits (movements) of the planets next week, I noticed that Uranus, Mars and Zeus surround Tokyo. Could next week see the biggest earthquake and tsunami to hit the world in modern history? The history of Japan is fraught with extremely large and destructive earthquakes as follow:

Tokyo was destroyed and over 143,000 lost their lives during the September 1, 1923 Tokyo earthquake:

The destruction was total:

In the map above, Uranus, Mars and Zeus go very close to Tokyo, Japan. Was the 6.9 magnitude earthquake in the far South Atlantic a sign that the bad times have begun per Edgar Cayce’s readings? The time fast approaches when we will find out what havoc will be wrought!

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A Strong Earthquake Strikes the Extreme South Atlantic Ocean.

April 15, 2014 Another Major Earthquake Strikes on Target: A 6.9 magnitude quake struck the Bouvet Island Region; which as you can see from the map, is in the extreme South Atlantic Ocean. This quake took place exactly as transiting Mercury was square transiting Pluto (by one longitude minute) and Sun 45* Venus (four minutes). Tomorrow (April 16) there is Mercury opposite Mars at 4:15AM PDT, which could cause a quake in the 6.5 to 6.9 range.

The quake today hit at 3:57 AM GMT on 15-April, at a depth of 11 kilometers (7 miles). The earthquake struck at -53 degrees south latitude and eight degrees east longitude.

This earthquake is one of 16 in the first fifteen days of April. They include an 8.2 and 7.6 (Chile), 7.6 and 7.4 (the Solomon Islands) and various other very strong quakes of 7.1 and lesser magnitudes. I repeat, the worst is yet to come. Specifically, April 20to 24 are the most dangerous times. By dangerous, I mean a major volcanic eruptions, earthquake, meteor strike, civil war or insurrection (Ukraine), etc. (Credits – Google Maps and W. G. Foster).

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Is “The Big One” Just Around the Corner!

April 14, 2014 - Promises of Preparedness Followed Devastating Earthquakes. And Yet: It is hard to imagine any people, collectively, being better prepared for earthquakes than the Japanese. Their country is one long seismic zone, which at any moment could, literally, rock and roll. Every Sept. 1, across the archipelago, Japanese engage in exercises devoted to disaster awareness: what to do should the worst happen. The occasion resonates with history. On that date in 1923, the Great Kanto earthquake devastated Tokyo and nearby Yokohama, unleashing fire and fury that left more than 100,000 people dead. After that, Japan resolved that it would prepare for whatever cataclysm nature might throw at it. And yet.

When a huge earthquake struck Kobe in southern Japan in January 1995, killing more than 6,400, the national government and local officials stood accused of foot-dragging — a slow response that, among other failings, cost some people their lives and left as many as 300,000 others out in the cold, homeless for far too long. Comparable indictments of the authorities were heard in 2011 after the Tohoku earthquake and tsunami, which overwhelmed parts of northeastern Japan and created the enduring nuclear nightmare at the crippled Fukushima Daiichi power plant.

Readiness, or lack of it, is also on the national mind in this country after back-to-back earthquakes rocked Southern California in late March. Damage was relatively slight. But a question that had loomed for decades suddenly gained new urgency: How prepared are Americans, especially Californians, for the anticipated killer quake routinely referred to with a mixture of dread and awe as the Big One? That question is the focus of the latest installment of Retro Report, a series of video documentaries that hark back to major news stories from the past, and examine what has happened since.

The starting point for this week’s offering is the Loma Prieta earthquake that jolted the San Francisco Bay Area on Oct. 17, 1989. Named for a mountain peak south of the bay that was near the epicenter, the 6.9-magnitude temblor killed 63 people, 42 of them when the upper level of a double-deck portion of freeway in Oakland collapsed and crushed cars below.

To some, this became known as the World Series earthquake. It struck at 5:04 p.m. as cross-bay baseball rivals, the San Francisco Giants and the Oakland Athletics, were about to start the third game of the Series in San Francisco. Some experts credit the Series with having saved lives. Normally at that hour, many more drivers would have been on the road. Instead, people were already at home or still at work gathered around televisions. (In case you care, that third game was finally played 10 days later and was won by the A’s, who went on to sweep the Giants in four games.)

After Loma Prieta and then a quake of 6.7 magnitude in 1994, California bumped up its readiness by many notches. Billions have been spent fortifying infrastructure elements like bridges, rail systems, water mains, schools and other public buildings.

In addition to the late-March temblors in Southern California, an 8.2-magnitude earthquake off the coast of Chile on April 1 focused minds anew on the work that needs to be done. A natural concern is that being better prepared is hardly synonymous with being fully prepared; if nothing else, hundreds of thousands of single-family homes across California are still vulnerable. Once memories of an earthquake fade, there is a tendency to slip back into complacency, Mayor Eric Garcetti of Los Angeles has said. This is a theme as well for Dennis Mileti, a professor emeritus of sociology with the University of Colorado, Boulder, who now lives in California and told Retro Report that humans are “wired to ignore high-consequence, low-probability events.”

Click here for the complete story – including an 11 minute video.

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Chilean Port City Fire Kills at Least 11.

April 14, 2014 - Chilean Port City Fire Kills at Least 11 and Leaves Hundreds Homeless: A voracious fire that spread through the hills of the port city of Valparaíso left at least 11 people dead and more than 500 families homeless on Sunday, a day after it forced the evacuation of thousands of others.

The fire began on Saturday in a forest on one of the city’s many steep, heavily populated hills. Strong winds and high temperatures quickly turned it into an uncontrollable blanket of flames that covered the colorful maze of wooden shacks and houses on the city’s hilltops.

The area’s topography and narrow roads made it hard for firefighters to fight the blaze on the ground, and the winds and intense heat made it impossible for aircraft to contribute to the operation. By Sunday morning, the fire was largely under control, officials said. But the residents of hundreds of more homes were evacuated later in the day when the fire started up again on some of the hills.

“This is a tremendous tragedy and perhaps the worst fire in Valparaíso’s history,” President Michelle Bachelet said after arriving at the scene on Sunday morning to meet with regional authorities and emergency officials to assess the damage and coordinate relief plans.

She said that 2,000 troops had arrived to help maintain order and that 1,250 firefighters were scouring the city’s hilltops to put out any remaining flames. With the wind and raging flames dying down, 17 aircraft were also able to join the operation.

Ms. Bachelet declared a state of emergency for the Valparaíso region on Saturday night, putting the Navy in charge of public security and the evacuation.

This is the second catastrophe that Ms. Bachelet has faced since she took office more than a month ago. On April 1, a magnitude 8.2 earthquake struck northern Chile, leaving six dead and much devastation.

Four shelters were set up to receive the nearly 10,000 residents who had fled the area near the fire. Many returned to their homes on Sunday, but hundreds of families were left with nothing but the clothes they were wearing.

Valparaíso is home to the national legislature and one of Chile’s main ports. The historic center of the picturesque city of 250,000 people was declared a Unesco World Heritage site in 2003. That area was not affected by the fire. (Credits – Pascale Bonnefoy and the New York Times).

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Tsunami Warning After Earthquake Strikes Near Solomon Islands – NYTimes.com


April 13, 2014 - A 7.6 Magnitude Earthquake Struck the Solomon IslandsA strong earthquake struck offshore near the Solomon Islands in the Pacific Ocean on Sunday morning, causing officials to issue a tsunami warning for the area. There were no immediate reports of damage.

The tsunami warning was issued for the Solomon Islands, Papua New Guinea and Vanuatu, the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center said.

The United States Geological Survey put the earthquake’s magnitude at 7.6, revised downward from initial estimates of 8.3. Strong earthquakes are frequent in the region.

It was not initially known whether the earthquake generated a tsunami, the warning center said in a bulletin, adding that there appeared to be no threat of a “destructive Pacific-wide tsunami” or any danger to islands distant from the region, such as Hawaii.

Nevertheless, “an earthquake of this size has the potential to generate a destructive tsunami that can strike coastlines in the region near the epicenter within minutes to hours,” the center said in its bulletin. “Authorities in the region should take appropriate action in response to this possibility.”

Tsunami Warning After Earthquake Strikes Near Solomon Islands – NYTimes.com.

Update Apr-13, 2:32PM PDT:  Fifteen earthquakes in 14 days, including an 8.2 and 7.6 in Chile, a 7.1 in PNG and a 7.6 and 7.4 in the Solomon Islands (through tomorrow at 2:32PM PDT).  And the real frightening thing is that the worst is yet to come in the last half of April; most particularly April 20 to 24, 2014.

It now looks like we could have a significant subduction plate relief (“The Big One”) between PNG and the Solomon Islands.  If this occurred then the brunt of the tsunami would be directed away from the Philippines toward Japan, but mostly toward Canada, the U.S., Mexico, Latin America and South America.  The unknown is what else will occur, e.g., meteor strike, ocean landslide causing massive tsunami, or something completely unknown and unexpected.

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“The Death of New Year’s Eve!”

April 11, 2014 “The Death of New Year’s Eve:” Paupa New Guinea (PNG) is a likely candidate, along with Nicaragua, for the earthquake event of the epoch. In fact, this could be a multi-disaster first for the 21st Century. That is twin disasters, e.g., a 9.7 magnitude mega-quake and tsunami and a significant meteor strike on the earth’s surface.

The map above shows noteworthy stress buildup southeast of PNG. A subduction earthquake at that magnitude would create a tsunami of unprecedented speed and size. The Philippines, PNG, Indonesia (New Guinea), Australia, many small Pacific Islands and eventually Japan and all the nations that surround the Pacific Rim; especially the Northwest Pacific; would be obliterated or relentlessly battered. I would add a side note here, in terms of a significant volcanic eruption danger. I can see on several website’s that there has been a recent spike in global volcanic awakenings. Standby for an amazing trip down “Alice’s Rabbit Whole.”

Here is a direct link to the USGS website that I obtained the map above. It has a much deeper explanation than I could provide.

This is the final countdown as the first big danger is April 14th. I guarantee you it will be a Passover to member. Next, Tax Day (April 15th) sees a Lunar Eclipse at 25*Libra16’ (twenty-five degrees Libra and 16 longitude minutes). When the Moon enters Virgo, at 9:20AM PDT that day, is the most likely time for a massive event (plus or minus two clock hours).

April 16th (Wednesday) has Mercury opposite Mars and a lot of “soft” (harmonious) Moon aspects, which rates about a 6.3 magnitude. The following day (the 17th) has Venus trine Jupiter and Moon conjunct Saturn. I would be surprised if we see any earthquakes equal to or greater than 6.0 magnitude on the 17th. The 18th is mild, also.

The Sun’s entrance into the Sign Taurus on April 19th presents some problems; however, there are no supporting cast members in “hard” aspect and only soft Moon aspects.

April 20th begins five days that, I believe and feel, will be the “main event!” I hope you have at least purchased batteries, flash lights, can goods, paper plates, plastic plates, plastic silverware and water. The worst days, with worst first, are the 20th (Sunday) closely followed by the 23rd (Wednesday), followed by a strong April 21st (Tuesday). April 21st (Monday) is the fourth of seven “Decade Killers” known as transiting Uranus in waxing square to transiting Pluto, that is nothing but hard aspects and super energy. When the Grand Cross, in the major aspects that occurred over the four days between April 20th and the 23rd are set off by future transits, secondary progressions and/or Solar arc directions; the madness and mayhem occur all over again. (Credits –USGS and W. G. Foster Narrative).

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Buildup to Catastrophe!

April 11, 2014 Buildup to Catastrophe: I now have a better projection on when and where the massive 9.2 earthquake will strike later in April 2014.

With 82% of April’s earthquakes occurring in South Longitude, and the recent powerful earthquakes occurring in Papua New Guinea (PNG). Two earthquakes just occurred, a 7.1 and 6.7 magnitude events only one hour apart; off the Southwest coast of PNG. This is a very likely candidate for the April’s “Big One!”  Click here for a short video of the 7.1 & 6.7 Quakes.

As for when, there is no doubt in my mind that it will be between April 19 to 24. I have been waiting for this month my whole astrological life. That is, from the time I learned of the coming astrological aspects and eclipses; I felt that it would be a significant day in world history. Therefore, some very big is going to happen between April 19 and 24. Certainly, Russia invading Ukraine is at the top of the list. Close behind is a major volcanic eruption.

So far for April we have had 8.2, 7.6, 7.1 and eight other quakes. It is only going to get worse. We have had three quakes today alone! Buy batteries, get extra prescriptions, top of the cars and boats, get some cash, food, water and prepare.

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Different Types of “Medicine” (Marijuana) and what they treat.


Benefits of Medical Marijuana

April 10, 2014 The Benefits of Medical Marijuana: I do not condone the use of any drugs, legal or illegal, in any way, shape or form. A distant friend asked me to post this.

That being said, I have heard from a number of people that they receive significant relief from the intake of medical marijuana (MM). I say intake because you can smoke it, vaporize it or eat it. The edibles MM market is growing significantly.

There is just too much tax revenue available to cash strapped states (and the Federal Government) for this not to spread like gambling. It’s all about the money.

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Search for Malaysian Jet to Be Costliest in History – NYTimes.com


April 9, 2014 - Malaysian Jet Search Costliest in History:  As the intensive hunt for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 entered its second month on Tuesday, the only certainty was that it would become the most expensive search and recovery effort in aviation history, with an international fleet of ships and planes scouring the Indian Ocean at a cost of millions of dollars a day.

For the most part, the dozens of countries that have contributed personnel, equipment and expertise to the search have borne the costs while declining to disclose them, with officials offering a united front in saying it would be callous to talk about money while a commercial airliner and the 239 people aboard remained unaccounted for.  (Credits – Kirk Semple & the NYT).

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Search for Malaysian Jet to Be Costliest in History – NYTimes.com.

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