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Japan and Ecuador Earthquakes Were Related

Tuesday, April 19, 2016 10:17
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Two strong Earthquakes hit within days of each other and ‘experts’ are saying they are not related.  However they most certainly were.

Back in the 1990s, Southern California was hit with the Landers Earthquake.  The Earthquake was in the pre-dawn hours of June 28, 1992, when it was very warm.  The magnitude registered was a 7.3. 

Several hours later a completely separate faultline went off.  This was the Big Bear Earthquake hit just after 8 o’clock in the morning, registering a magnitude 6.5.  The earthquake was not connected to the landers quake … or was it?

Just because an earthquake is on a different plate boundary, faultzone, or fracking zone does not mean it cannot trigger other faults to go off.  The Landers and Big Bear Earthquake were related in the fact that the Landers Earthquake shook up the nearby fault areas a bit, rendering them unstable enough to fail under the Big Bear areas.

The Japan quake was a 7.0 magnitude within the last week.  This sent shockwaves throughout the mantle and impacts various faults in the crustal regions.  Faults that were about to fail were triggered by the Japan Earthquake and thus this popped off the Ecuador Earthquake, a magnitude 7.8.

‘Experts’ also said the solar activity has nothing to do with the inside of the planet, but since then have backpedaled on that.  In time I’m sure we’ll see these same ‘experts’ stating what I’ve always said ever since the Landers and Big Bear Earthquakes happened … They can be linked!

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