Continuous Large Quakes Signals Earth Movement

A picture of the Earth and the Ring of Fire with rising magma along the tectonic plates and cracks near Papua New Guinea.

The Ring of Fire along the Pacific Rim is a very dangerous earthquake zone.

After a 7.2 magnitude quake struck the Philippines less than 19 hours ago, this island country has had continuous earthquakes 5.0 and above.

An earthquake swarm like this is a sign of future volcanic eruptions, a big shift at the Pacific Rim (Ring of Fire), a pole shift, or all of the above.

Philippine Quake Swarm

Over the past 9 hours,  quakes continue to hit the Philippines:

  1. 5.2
  2. 5.0
  3. 5.5
  4. 5.9
  5. 5.4
  6. 5.1
  7. and more to come?

Volcanic Eruptions

Now, we should watch for an increase in volcanic eruptions all along the Ring of Fire. This includes:

  1. Alaska
  2. the Western US
  3. Central America
  4. Mexico
  5. South America
  6. New Zealand

Release of Pressure Or A Pole Shift?

A picture of the Earth and a toy top comparing how the Earth spins like a toy top.

The Earth spins and wobbles like a toy top, making it unstable as it spins.

If the Earth is merely “releasing” pressure like a pressure cooker needing to vent, well, this is a good thing. If the Earth’s poles are wobbling again and slipping, even the slightest bit, this can be a bad thing.

When the poles slip due to precession, weight at the poles, and general rotational instabilty, we typically experience major shifting at the crust.

This results in volcanic eruptions and large earthquakes both at the polar regions and along the equator.

A man pointing to Portugal on a map of the Earth.

Track the earthquakes and volcanic eruptions for the patterns that show Earth movements.

Track The Movement

Pay attention to the location of the upcoming quakes, 5.0 and above. See if these quakes are where volcanoes are active.

Put 2+2 together, and you’ll know if we have a mere release of heat and pressure, or if the poles are, indeed, taking a dip downward.

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About Janet

Janet Starr Hull, PhD, CN has expressed a deep love and respect for the Earth since she was a very young child. She earned academic degrees in International Geography and Environmental Science. After 20 years of research, Dr. Hull uncovered evidence supporting her theory that the Earth’s geographic poles shift at the axis, causing dramatic climate change. Today, she is one of the world’s leading environmental experts promoting public environmental awareness. Connect with Dr. Hull on Facebook, Twitter, and Google Plus.

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