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If you follow this blog, you’ll remember I predicted seismic activity and it happened within 72 hours of my prediction, over in Japan.

However, with all the seismic activity going on around me (central California continues to shake and now Mt. St. Helens just north of me is coming alive) I need to quote myself from my follow-up post on September 5th.

But, for some reason, because of the intensity of the "thing" that happens to me before earthquakes, I don’t think those two earthquakes are going to be the end of it. I believe we have some more coming up in the next 24 hours or so. But because seismic activity is so dependent on many things, it could be that what I experienced is the set up for something really major in the near future. Who knows… it’s such an inexact science. But don’t be surprised if we get another big jolt somewhere before it quiets down.

Seeing as how I am living between Mt. St. Helens and the valley of CA (I live in Portland, OR), it’s just interesting, that’s all. This thing that happens to me before seismic activity was so intense (it’s never been so intense) that I had to conclude that it would result in an intense seismic activity or series of activities. Stay tuned…

 

Update: And it came to pass

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  1. […] To hammer home my absolute confidence that something was going to happen, I posted this on September 29th: This thing that happens to me before seismic activity was so […]

  2. What is this physical “thing” you have before a quake happens?

    Do you think it’s possible to “feel and or hear” the quake/tremor as far as two days before it happens? OR can you feel/hear the “rumble” as far away as 1000 miles after one happens?

    Thank you

  3. It’s an inexact cause/effect correlation. I can definitely “hear” or more like “feel in my ears” something that correlates to pre-seismic events. But as it relates to the time before or distance… that’s an unknown quantity. I could be feeling something (when I do get the sensation) that is definitely seismic, but is just plate slippage that does NOT end up in violent rupture at the surface and other times, it does. So, unfortunately, there’s no way to do a straight forward correlation. But I do think the stronger the sensation, the more likely there will be a surface rupture to follow.

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