A 6.6 magnitude earthquake struck the Papua New Guinea area less than an hour ago. It is very close to volcanoes in the area, and reflects increased activity in the south west Pacific Ocean. This earthquake occurred, approximately, five hours after the Total Lunar Eclipse. Volcanoes and earthquakes usually occur close to eclipse times, which this one did. This means we could have a much more significant event on June 16, 20, 23 or 28.
Additionally, a 7.0 event, or greater, accompanied by an earthquake of severe magnitude is possible on August 4, 9, 12 and the 18th through the 22nd of 2011. See my prior posts on this subject for exact events and dates. More as the situation warrants.
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