In my previous post, which I have posted just 5-6 hours back, I have mentioned that the direction of Seismic pulses being noticed by me have reversed and now it moving from South to East.
After that post I went for lunch and saw news on TV about 8.8 magnitude Earthquake struck in Japan. While I was watching the news videos goose bumps started cropping on my body. The news videos of Earthquake was nothing less terrifying to believe that we are seeing end of world kind of movie. This can happen anywhere. May God save us from such devastation. Do you still think Climate change debate was b.s.?
Watch here news video 8.8 magnitude Earthquake struck Japan on 11th Macrh 2011
My recent tweets on 24th Feb,2011 Thursday at 15:35 Hrs IST (GMT/UTC Thu 10:05)
ALERT : Earlier the Seismic pulse was of shortwave nature, means an impending Earthquake near my location and may be coming in few Hours (4-12)
very low intensity longwave type a couple of Seismic bumps traveled under my feet at Thu15:27 Hrs IST (GMT/UTC Thu 09:57)
I did not felt anything before #earthquake in Christchurch, New Zealand may be wavelength of seismic pulse couldn’t travel towards north half of globe
No Seismic activity felt at 15:16 Hrs IST ……Calm now….hopefully …
Earthquake Seismic intermediates bumps still being felt by me… at 15:12 Hrs IST (GMT/UTS Thu 09:43)
moderately high Shortwave nature Seismic Pulse passed at 15:06 Hrs IST (09:37 GMT/UTC) dir North (40 deg West) towards South (40 deg East)
Sixth Sense Blog19-Jan-2011
Read my Sixth Sense tweets about Earthquake predictions, where I experienced Seismic activity 36 Hours before the 7.4 magnitude Earthquake hits Pakistan.
A strong earthquake jolted Sindh, Balochistan and Punjab late Tuesday night. The US Geological Survey recorded the quake magnitude at 7.4, which was very shallow at a depth of 6.3 miles (10 km). It struck 34 miles (55 km) west of Dalbandin, a town in located in western Balochistan. The earthquake shook Karachi, Quetta, Jaffarabad, Sibbi, Lahore, DG Khan, Sargodha and many other towns and cities.