Saturday, December 18, 2010

Lunar Eclipse / Full Moon / Winter Solstice = NIGHT OF THE TRIPLE WHAMMY!!!!!

EQ Alert Update: Night of the Triple Whammy!!!

It has come to my attention that on December 21, 2010 there will be a Lunar Eclipse on the night of that Full Moon. This day, or Tuesday of this week, will also be the date of this years Winter Solstice and I am not sure exactly how often the Winter Solstice occurs on the exact day of the Full Moon, OR how often if ever the Full Moon, Winter Solstice AND a Lunar Eclipse all occur on the same date? Finally, without having known ahead of time that all three of these major geological events were about to occur on the SAME DATE, we also presently have a major earthquake event in our wake due to severe winter conditions presently occurring all across our country.

It does seem to illustrate that the seriousness of my recent prediction should climax on or about Tuesday Night of this week give or take a couple days there. Let me still say 7.1 Richters or so and add that there are some fairly important “foreshocks” occurring right this moment including this week in Malibu, Coalinga, Ukiah, and Laguna Beach/Newport Beach. DO take these movements of the tectonic plate boundary seriously! There is now as of this writing a major movement of the North American Tectonic Plate taking place and the result could be the next major earthquake for the City of Frisco, or Long Beach, Malibu, even now possibly Laguna Beach area!

I do not know how, what, or IF a Lunar Eclipse/Full Moon/Winter Solstice may have any major effect on the plate tectonics here in this situation and I only adopted the Full Moon within the last year or so, but thought it worthy overall of this update.

Of course then again, Paso Robles struck on December 23, 2003 and probably just a few days after the Winter Solstice, maybe this upcoming major shaker could be at least that large, and maybe just maybe. . . It could strike the night of the Triple Whammy!!!!!

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