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Episode 412 S15-17

Earthquake Preparations and Predictions


Special Guest:

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Chin Gibson

Get ready to shake, rattle, and roll. Cole is hit with a devastating earthquake in the novel, Virgis, and we discuss earthquake prophecies, predictions, and preparations you need to know to survive the next Great Quake.

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Many prophetic voices have spoken of a great earthquake that will tear the earth asunder. Well-known voices like those of Naustradomis and the Hopi. The King James Bible states:

Revelation 6:12

And I beheld when he had opened the sixth seal, and, lo, there was a great earthquake and, the sun became black as sackcloth of hair, and the moon became as blood.

Revelations 11:13

And the same hour was there a great earthquake, and the tenth part of the city fell, and in the earthquake were slain of men seven thousand: and the remnant were affrighted, and gave glory to the God in heaven.

Mathew 24: 6-8

And ye shall hear of wars and rumors of wars: see that ye be not troubled: for all these things must come to pass, but the end is not yet. For nation shall rise against nation, and Kingdon against Kingdon, and there shall be famines, and pestilences and earthquakes in divers places. All these are the beginnings of sorrows.

Edgar Cayce, the modern prophet, predicted that when Vesuvius and Pelee erupt three months later, we’ll see quakes on the southern coast of California. These quakes will cause a damaging flood from Utah to Southern Nevada.

Modern science states that the most significant risk of earthquakes in the United States exists on the West Coast, Southeast Idaho, the New Madrid region, and Southern Carolina. Fracking also causes earthquake risks in non-natural areas. On a global scale, the highest risk of earthquakes exists around the Ring of Fire, Eastern Africa, and the Northern Mediterranean area east across Northern India to Southern China.

Since I based the Changing Earth Series on the Great Quake that rocks the world, many people have asked me: How could an earthquake shake the world? There is a theory known as crustal displacement. The theory states that the earth’s crust can unlock and move when the poles shift. Scientist Charles Hapgood originally suggested the idea, and Albert Einstein supported it. However, Einstein was not sure how the unlocking process could happen. Ben at Suspicious Observers, a well-supported YouTube channel, explores the process. He has found that extreme electrical activity caused by the weakened magnetic shielding of our planet during the pole shift can excite the water that exists under the land. This would cause the earth to float above the water and allow it to move.

Many types of earthquakes could come into play during this event. The first type is called a collapse earthquake. This type of earthquake can be natural or human-made. It is usually a low-magnitude earthquake that occurs underground, causing the earth above to collapse. The second type is an explosive earthquake. These human-made earthquakes happen when a bomb or explosive elements explode on the earth’s surface. The third type, tectonic earthquakes,  is the most well-known—continental plates moving and grinding against one another cause these quakes. The last type is volcanic earthquakes. These are natural quakes caused by the magma under the ground moving.

There is another possible cause of earthquakes that humans may be producing. Directed energy weapons and projects like the High-Frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP) are in use. They may be used to cause a focused energy beam that could cause the earth to rumble. The HAARP project is located in a compound 450 km east of Anchorage. Researchers believe HAARP transmissions are used to activate or trigger the same electromagnetic conditions that cause tectonic movement. The creators say it is merely a research tool. The system is the world’s largest ionospheric heater.

When severe earthquakes happen, liquefaction can become a significant issue. Liquefaction occurs when the ground shakes so severely that it acts more like water than earth. The earth loses its strength, and anything on top of it can sink into it. When the shaking stops, so does the liquefaction, and anything that has fallen into the earth is stuck in the hardened soil.

The USGS has some excellent information on what to prepare for and survive an earthquake (see links below).

1. Secure your space – identify hazards and secure movable items. Any large furniture should not be near beds, sofas, or escape paths. Secure them to the walls.

2. Plan to be safe – keep essential items like shoes, a flashlight, goggles, and gloves in an emergency “Under the Bed” bag. Know how to signal to rescuers with three taps if trapped. Learn how to shut off utilities and sign up for phone alerts. Have a plan to meet with the family outside.

3. Organize your disaster supplies – Under the Bed Bag, Go Bag, and Household and Workplace Emergency supplies.

4. Minimize Financial Risk – have your documents in an easy-to-access folder and an offsite location. Build or retrofit your home to be earthquake-safe. Make sure your insurance covers damage.

Works Cited:

Carter, Jake. “HAARP - The Pentagon's Ultimate Weapon, Whistleblowers Says.”, 9 August 2021, Accessed 18 August 2023.

Cuvier, Georges. A review of the contributions of Albert Einstein to Earth Sciences—in commemoration of the World Year of Physics, 8 February 2006, Accessed 18 August 2023.

“4 Different Types of Earthquakes –”, 20 February 2020, Accessed 18 August 2023.

McCarthy, Jill, et al. “What can I do to be prepared for an earthquake? | U.S. Geological Survey.”, Accessed 18 August 2023.

“OpenQuake Map Viewer - Global Seismic Risk Map.” OpenQuake Map Viewer, 21 November 2018, Accessed 18 August 2023.

“Toward a New Theory of Earth Crustal Displacement.” Mark Carlotto, 22 May 2022, Accessed 18 August 2023.

“What is liquefaction? | U.S. Geological Survey.”, Accessed 18 August 2023.

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Chin Gibson

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