North And South Poles Are At It Again

USGS small globe showing the Bellany Islands off Antarctica

The Balleny Islands off Antarctica – USGS

There’s been some major movement at both the North and South Poles over the past two days, and the equatorial regions are now responding.

The Poles

On October 28, 2013, a 5.3 magnitude quake shook the northern Mid-Atlantic Ridge between Greenland and Iceland. Approximately six hours later, the Antarctic Plate responded with a 4.5 magnitude quake south of Africa off the Prince Edward Islands.

Two hours later on October 29, 2013, a 6.0 magnitude quake shook the Antarctic Plate between Antarctica and South America at the Balleny Islands.

Less than an hour later,  Leavenworth, Washington had a 3.3 quake, a small 2.5 earthquake rattled south of San Francisco, and Nikolski, Alaska had a 4.3 and a 5.0 magnitude quake an hour apart.

South America

USGS map of quake off Peru

Recent quakes off the South American coast – USGS

After the 5.3 quake shook west of Iceland, the following quakes have occurred off the west coast of Central and South America:

  1. 2.8  Alberto Oviedo Mota, Mexico
  2. 4.3  Coquimbo, Chile
  3. 4.6  Ovalle, Chile
  4. 4.5  Chirilagua, El Salvador
  5. 5.0  Chivay, Peru
The USGS small globe showing the June 2013 earthquake in Papua New Guinea

Quakes at Papua New Guinea – USGS

Japan and Indonesia

The following quakes have occurred in the western Pacific around Japan and Indonesia:

  1. 4.6  Papua, New Guinea
  2. 5.3  Papua, New Guinea
  3. 5.0  Japan
  4. 4.7  Kuripan, Indonesia
  5. 5.0  Fiji
  6. 4.3  Kendari, Indonesia
  7. 5.1  Fiji
  8. 5.2  Sarangani, Philippines

US and Alaska

  1. 3.0  King Salmon, Alaska
  2. 3.0  Fort Yukon, Alaska
  3. 3.3  Leavenworth, Washington
  4. 2.5  East Foothills, California
  5. 2.5  Lompoc, California
  6. 4.3  Nikolski, Alaska


The USGS small globe showing the Caribbean earthquake April 30, 2013.

Caribbean earthquakes – USGS

  1. 3.0  Puerto Rico
  2. 2.8  Puerto Rico
  3. 3.1  British Virgin Islands
  4. 2.6  Puerto Rico

There’s a lot of movement all over the world right now. Watch for more activity off the US, Central American, and South American coasts.



7.4 Earthquake Strikes South of Fiji Islands

A USGS small globe showing the two Russian earthquakes on May 10, 2013.

Earthquake swarm in Northern Russia, May 2013 – USGS

Three days ago, a swarm of earthquakes began rattling the north polar region near Petropavlovsk-Kamchatskly Russia.  Thursday, May 23, 2013, the south polar region responded with a 7.4 quake south of the Fiji Islands.

A USGS small globe showing the May 1, 2013 earthquake swarm around Vanuatu.

May 23, 2013, 7.4 earthquake south of the Fiji Islands – USGS

More Activity

Watch for more activity to respond to this polar shift, such as more melting of ice at the poles, and more resonance earthquakes along the Ring of Fire. Earthquakes in areas that typically do not have quakes will also become more active.

Actually, before the 7.4 South Pacific quake occurred, many areas around the world did wake up. Greece had two earthquakes – a 4.0 followed by a 4.7 magnitude quake; Arkansas, USA had a 3.4 quake after Oregon had a 3.9 and Montana had a 3.3. Peru had a 5.8, and Petropavlovsk-Kamchatskly, Russia has just kept going ..

There is a definite increase in earthquakes at both the North and South Poles, and the entire planet is responding.


North Korea Threatens Nuclear War While The Earth’s Axis Becomes Dangerously Unstable

As of April 12. 2013, North Korea has warned the USA, the UK, and Japan of impending nuclear attacks as if our world leaders are playing “real life video games.” NO ONE is paying attention to the fact that the Earth may be holding the ultimate “controller.”

A picture of he Earth in space.

Our Mighty Planet Earth

The Earth’s Axis Is Becoming Increasingly Unstable

As mankind focuses on the fear of war, our planet is setting up for its own major shift that can cause massive global devastation. For either  scenario, humans can avoid a disaster – man-made or natural – if we turn our focus onto what really needs to happen to secure our survival. At the end of the day, NO ONE has considered the fact that a shift of the Earth’s axis might be the ultimate event that stops us all from traveling too far down the wrong road.

Increasing their threats of an attack, North Korea has warned Japan that Tokyo could be the first target in the event of a war on the Korean Peninsula. The United States, South Korea, Japan, and the entire International community of arm-chair generals are defending their positions that North Korea will never be accepted as a nuclear power threat.

Meanwhile, earthquakes are occurring at both the North and South Poles, signaling the threat of an axis shift. Is anybody out there?

Tsunami Of Great Proportions

A USGS map of the Earth at the South Pole

April 12, 2013 Earthquake at the South Pole – USGS

A picture of the North Pole on a small USGS map.

April 12, 2013 Earthquake at North Pole – USGS

April 10, 2013, Vanuatu reacted to an axis slip with a 4.6 magnitude quake, which was followed a few hours later by a 4.8 quake on Western Greenland. Then, a 4.8 magnitude earthquake rocked the North Pole north of Franz Josef Land in the Arctic Sea. Movement shifted back to the South Pole when a 4.7 quake rattled the Pacific-Antarctic Ridge less than eight hours later.

As the poles continue to shift, continental ice on Antarctica will be pushed into the sea, and polar instability will resonate throughout the equatorial waters. A global tsunami of great proportions will devastate the Earth, but no one is watching for it. Our global leaders are too busy playing “video games.”