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Last Week's Sumatra Quake Triggering Global Swarm of Strong Quakes - Could Trigger Santorini: sitting on Critical Geo-node

 
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Last Week's Sumatra Quake Triggering Global Swarm of Strong Quakes - Could Trigger Santorini: sitting on Critical Geo-node
IT’S THE SEVENTH NODE FROM SUMATRA

In our summary yesterday we noted that the earthquakes at the fifth node (72, 144 degrees) were occurring at large magnitude in Chile and Greece.

Seismicity switched from the fifth node to the seventh node and the edge of the seismic shadow zone associated with wave returns from the core-mantle boundary (52, 103, 155 degrees).

The strongest of these was an M 6.8 aftershock in the Papua New Guinea area (52-54 degrees from Sumatra) while the most unusual was an M 6.2-6.4 in the South Atlantic Ocean east of the South Sandwich Islands (103 degrees from Sumatra).

Readers may recall that immediately following the Sumatra earthquake an M 6.7 hit Michoacan, Mexico at the seventh node (154.5 degrees) from Sumatra.

A number of years ago we introduced the idea that strong wave concentration at about 103 degrees from major earthquakes after reflection and refraction off the core-mantle boundary could promote seismicity in this distance zone. This has been called the P103 theory by netizens.

Today we can add some fuel to this theory.

The strong earthquake, the first of this magnitude in more than two decades in the South Atlantic within 200 km of the epicenter was located at 103 degrees from three major earthquakes of the past week.

It was at 102 degrees from the M 8.6 in Sumatra; at 103 degrees from the Michoacan, Mexico quake of April 11 and at 102 degrees from the Vanuatu earthquake of M 6.6 of April 14.

The combination of effects from these three events probably softened this aseismic area to the point of a major rupture.

The earthquake in Papua New Guinea is likewise located at 102 degrees from the M 6.9 in the Gulf of California which occurred on April 12.

We are in a fortunate period for seeing these effects, especially if they are due to a combination of energies as appears likely.

Since the Sumatra earthquake there have been an unprecedented series of strong earthquakes around the world, most of which have struck at nodal distances from Sumatra.

These include the South Atlantic event and the Papua New Guinea (M 6.8) today; the earthquake of M 6.7 in Chile yesterday; an M 6.5 in Vanuatu on April 14 and earthquakes in Michoacan (M 6.7), the Drake Passage, the Gulf of California (M 6.9) in the period April 11-14.

For comparison there were no earthquakes of M>6.2 located in the world between March 26 and April 10 and eleven such events from April 11 through April 17.

Five earthquakes of M>6.2 were located in the world during the entire month of March.

There must be a strong suspicion that the unprecedented strike-slip earthquakes in Sumatra were the factor which brought on this seismic spasm in the earth.

If this is accepted, the entire field of long-distance triggering must be accepted as legitimate research.

[link to www.earthquakesummary.info]

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santorini is a beautiful place.
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Underwater volcano activity resumes at Greece’s infamous Santorini volcano basin

April 17, 2012 – GREECE – Santorini’s volcanic basin is showing signs of resumed volcanic activity. According to researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology, satellite research tools suggest that a build-up of some 14m cubic meters of lava at a depth of 5km took place between September and January last.

[link to theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com]

Andrew Newman says "our research shows that the lava build-up is accelerating," suggesting that even though the build-up may not indicate an imminent eruption, it may cause minor volcanic events, including ash fall-out, landslides and even tsunami type phenomena. . .

[link to www.agi.it]
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[link to thewatchers.adorraeli.com]


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From last year - Is Thera Volcano on Santorini island waking up?

[link to thewatchers.adorraeli.com]
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Finally some real doom in Greece...
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Surveillance of Thera Volcano, Greece: Monitoring of the Geomagnetic Field

This paper presents the preliminary results of a volcano magnetic experiment under way in the area of Thera (Santorini) volcano, Greece, as part of a multi-disciplinary volcanic hazard assessment project.

The total magnetic field was measured at 5 stations on Thera in April 1987 and twice in April 1988.

[link to www.therafoundation.org]

It is clear, that the region of Thera is alive and active. Although our studies do not indicate any cause for immediate concern, they do point out that Thera is still potentially hazardous and a continuous monitoring of its activities is imperative.
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[link to thewatchers.adorraeli.com]

From that site:
Santorini is the site of one of the largest volcanic events in human history. The Minoan eruption, which occurred around 1650 B.C., buried the major port city of Akrotiri with more than 20 meters of ash and created Santorini’s famous, present-day cliffs.

About the same time was the exodus from the Bible
Exodus 13:21
And the LORD went before them by day in a pillar of a cloud, to lead them the way; and by night in a pillar of fire, to give them light; to go by day and night.

That cloud and fire was produced by Santorini not god.
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Did N. Sumatra earthquakes set off a chain-reaction? Planet shaken by shocking number of tremors since April 11, 2012

The shocking number of earthquakes that have rattled the globe, especially along tectonic plate boundaries, since the double 8.0+ magnitude earthquakes struck off the coast of Northern Sumatra on April 11 could be early indication the planet may be shifting towards a new catastrophic model.

Romania’ s top seismologist, Gheorghe Marmureanu, told the Bucharest Herald: “There is no doubt something is seriously wrong. There have been too many strong earthquakes.”

[link to theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com]
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They hit the button twice to make sure...8.6 8.2
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Stay tuned for your long overdue education.


[link to thewatchers.adorraeli.com]

From that site:
Santorini is the site of one of the largest volcanic events in human history. The Minoan eruption, which occurred around 1650 B.C., buried the major port city of Akrotiri with more than 20 meters of ash and created Santorini’s famous, present-day cliffs.

About the same time was the exodus from the Bible
Exodus 13:21
And the LORD went before them by day in a pillar of a cloud, to lead them the way; and by night in a pillar of fire, to give them light; to go by day and night.

That cloud and fire was produced by Santorini not god.
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Should Santorini erupt, Newman says it will likely be comparable to what the island has seen in the last 450 years.

“That could be dangerous,” notes Newman. “If the caldera erupts underwater, it could cause local tsunamis and affect boat traffic, including cruise ships, in the caldera. Earthquakes could damage homes and produce landslides along the cliffs.”

More than 50,000 tourists a day flock to Santorini in the summer months (from May to October). It’s common to see as many as five cruise ships floating above the volcano.

[link to www.setyoufreenews.com]
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Did N. Sumatra earthquakes set off a chain-reaction? Planet shaken by shocking number of tremors since April 11, 2012

The shocking number of earthquakes that have rattled the globe, especially along tectonic plate boundaries, since the double 8.0+ magnitude earthquakes struck off the coast of Northern Sumatra on April 11 could be early indication the planet may be shifting towards a new catastrophic model.

Romania’ s top seismologist, Gheorghe Marmureanu, told the Bucharest Herald: “There is no doubt something is seriously wrong. There have been too many strong earthquakes.”

[link to theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com]
 Quoting: DoorBert

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MJ13 says:
April 17, 2012 at 11:14 pm
The part of all this not being mentioned is HAARP and CERN. Recall that the Canary Islands suddenly began having thousands of quakes beginning July 17 last year. It continued until late Oct- early Nov, when they all just stopped- almost literally overnight. The stoppage coincided EXACTLY with high level people at UN and countries being confronted with HAARP culpability there and blowing the whistle. This is not all God or Nibiru folks. We need to face reality that the planets destruction is being pushed along by Illuminati. This is fact. Almost 30,000 quakes in Canaries had built up such a momentum that just suddenly halted like a light switched off? I dont think so…
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