Massive Earthquake Strikes Tokyo Region of Japan Tomorrow!

August 24, 2014 Giant Earthquake Strikes Tokyo Region Tomorrow! Mars is conjunct Saturn tomorrow and it could mean a massive earthquake in the Tokyo region of Japan as shown on the map above.  This earthquake should be greater than magnitude 8.5!

This event occurs at 12:30PM PDT August 25, 2014. Therefore, I would assume the quake will hit sometime between now and 12:30PM. The closer we get to the exact time of the conjunction, the stronger the forces will be and the more likelihood a quake will strike.  The potential damage for this quake is incalculable.

For informational purposes, I have shown the location of Vladivostok; the current scene of the Russian/Ukrainian debacle.

The Master of Disaster

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