Oklahoma And Texas Earthquakes Getting Stronger

A map of the North American Craton boundary.

The North American Craton boundary – Wilipedia


Earthquakes in Texas and Oklahoma are increasing along the ancient Craton Boundary, both in number and in magnitude.

The quakes are a result of mounting Earth movement due to Earth changes, but the concentration of movement in these two states is exacerbated by the oil and gas industry’s fracking procedures.


Oil pumps in the sunset.

Our addiction to oil and gas is creating more future problems.

Our refusal to lessen our dependency on oil and gas has led us to using very eco-unfriendly techniques of “bleeding the Earth” of every drop of oil we can get our hands on.

Fracking does not cause earthquakes, but fracturing the weakest parts of the Earth’s crust certainly exaserbates them. THIS is what is happening in Texas and Oklahoma today.

Human interference is weakening an already fractured crustDon’t blame Nature for your property damage – blame our gluttony and addiction to profits.

The Craton

The Craton boundary is where the ocean (now the Gulf of Mexico) once met the North American shore, and these are areas rich in ancient, fossilized natural resources that we, modern humans, are addicted to. Cratons are found on every continent, and every Craton boundary is rich in minerals.

As modern technology over extracts these “boundary” resources, the crust becomes weaker. This leaves the people in these areas susceptible to earthquake effects. It doesn’t seem like people living in Oklahoma or Texas are expecting any major damage, but what we are NOT considering is the fact that:

  1. the North American plate (crust) is moving;
  2. this movement will eventually affect the US West Coast;
  3. crustal movement will also effect the Mississippi River Valley.

Pay attention to these quakes on the Craton and along the Mississippi Valley because they are the warning signs that the USA will respond to movement at the North American Plate. Increase your awareness so you can prepare for the changes ahead.

US Craton And Mississippi Valley Shifting Again

A map of the North American Craton boundary.

The North American Craton boundary – Wilipedia

Some very interesting movement is taking place in the interior USA. Small to medium-sized earthquakes are again shaking the Craton boundary and the Mississippi Valley.

Check This Out

Beginning November 1, 2013 through November 6, 2013, the following quakes occurred. Some movement is subsurface volcanic activity (Oregon), some is the weakening of the crust from fracking (Oklahoma), and one appears to be from a quarry blast, but ALL should be recognized as crustal movement, and that’s always significant:

  1. 2.7  Beatty, Nevada
  2. 3.7  Edmond, Oklahoma
  3. 2.6  Spencer, Oklahoma
  4. 2.7  Jones, Oklahoma
  5. 3.6  Spencer, Oklahoma
  6. 2.5  Spencer, Oklahoma
  7. 2.7  Spencer, Oklahoma
  8. 2.6  Spencer, Oklahoma
  9. 2.7  Jones, Oklahoma
  10. 3.1  Dillon, Montana
  11. 3.3  Spencer, Oklahoma
  12. 3.2  Countryside, Illinois (quarry blast?)
  13. 3.8  Jones, Oklahoma
  14. 3.2  Spencer, Oklahoma
  15. 3.2  Bandon, Oregon
  16. 2.7  Baker City, Oregon
  17. 2.6  Reno, Texas (west of Ft. Worth)
  18. 4.0  Offshore Oregon

Human Interference

The building that collapsed into the FLorida sinkhole.

A building collapsed into a sinkhole. Humans are interfering with Nature in ways that harm the people living there. Photo posted to Twitter by RedHuber.

We must remember that human interference is weakening an already fractured crust. Don’t blame Nature – blame development.

The old Craton boundary is where the ocean once met the North American shore, and these are areas rich in ancient, fossilized natural resources that we, modern humans, are addicted to.

As technology taps into, and over extracts, these resources, the crust becomes even weaker. This leaves Americans susceptible to earthquake effects.

Pay attention to these shifts at the Craton and Mississippi Valley because they will move as the Earth moves. This not only signals the shifting at the poles, but it also reminds us how human interference in the natural Earth/cosmic cycle will cause more damage to the people living within these areas.


Earthquake Activity Increases In Yellowstone

A picture of a Grand Canyon in Yellowstone National Park.

A Grand Canyon in Yellowstone National Park.

Earthquake activity is increasing in Yellowstone National Park, but, actually, small quake activity is increasing all over the USA in places that typically do not experience much noticeable ground shaking.

Quake List

Since June 30, 2013, the USA has experienced the following quakes in order of occurrence: (I did not include Alaska, Hawaii, or California because the list would be too long.)

  1. Madill, Oklahoma – 3.0
  2. La Pine, Oregon – 2.5
  3. West Yellowstone, Montana – 2.7
  4. Englewood, Tennessee – 2.5
  5. West Yellowstone, Montana – 2.5
  6. Fairport Harbor, Ohio – 3.2
  7. Enid, Oklahoma – 2.9
  8. Enid, Oklahoma – 3.3
  9. West Yellowstone, Montana – 3.1
  10. West Yellowstone, Montana – 2.7
  11. Meeker, Oklahoma – 2.6
  12. Battle Mountain, Montana – 2.5
  13. West Yellowstone, Montana – 2.9
  14. Fairfield Bay, Arkansas – 2.8
  15. Spanish Springs, Nevada – 2.8

The magnitudes may seem small, but the list is long for the continental US. Most of the movement is along the old Craton boundary, but when Yellowstone increases in activity, pay attention to that ...