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REVELATION (6) FIFTH SEAL -- OPENED!

 
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a pale green horse. given authority over a quarter of the earth, to kill with sword, famine, and plague, and by means of the beasts of the earth.

A Seahorse.

YES !!

I think so !!

I ride a See-Horse....

11:11


Easy on the spurs then.

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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 304525

The hell you say.
25:01
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Each seal represents 1000 years. Go back and study it again.
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a pale green horse. given authority over a quarter of the earth, to kill with sword, famine, and plague, and by means of the beasts of the earth.

A Seahorse.

YES !!

I think so !!

I ride a See-Horse....

11:11


Easy on the spurs then.

lol

The hell you say.
25:01
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No, the hElls I say !!


The Stair-way Two Ellevens !!

The Stair-way Two Ells !!

Stare at the Ells....

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Each seal represents 1000 years. Go back and study it again.
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but what is a year....

Y = man

year = y ear

1000 man ears....



11:11
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we are now in the first half of seal 6.


When is halftime ?? I gotta piss !!
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you are not to know.
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the haiti eq was the eq in seal 6. sackcloth sun is where we are now with that eclipse.

No, not yet, but soon, 2012.

Matthew 24
7 -- Nation will rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom; there will be famines and earthquakes from place to place.

8 -- All these are the beginning of the labor pains.

bump bump
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i understand your quantum confusion, but the time is Now.
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we are now in the first half of seal 6.


When is halftime ?? I gotta piss !!
you are not to know.
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YES !!

I am knot, two know !!

11:11
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No seals have been opened yet

Rev.6 which contains the seal chronology matches exactly with Matthew 24

Scripture always interprets & backs up scripture...it is not open to private interpretation


Be not soon shaken in mind, or be troubled, neither by spirit, nor by word, nor by letter as from us, as that the day of Christ is at hand.

Let no man deceive you by any means: for that day shall not come, except there come a falling away first, and that man of sin be revealed, the son of perdition;
 Quoting: mathetes

Exactly.
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we are now in the first half of seal 6.


When is halftime ?? I gotta piss !!
you are not to know.

YES !!

I am knot, two know !!

11:11
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uh huh
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the haiti eq was the eq in seal 6. sackcloth sun is where we are now with that eclipse.

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No, not yet, but soon, 2012.

Matthew 24
7 -- Nation will rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom; there will be famines and earthquakes from place to place.

8 -- All these are the beginning of the labor pains.

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i understand your quantum confusion, but the time is Now.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 862193

These are just the labor pains, but we will soon witness the birth of fear!

bump bump
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the haiti eq was the eq in seal 6. sackcloth sun is where we are now with that eclipse.

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No, not yet, but soon, 2012.

Matthew 24
7 -- Nation will rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom; there will be famines and earthquakes from place to place.

8 -- All these are the beginning of the labor pains.

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i understand your quantum confusion, but the time is Now.

These are just the labor pains, but we will soon witness the birth of fear!

bump bump
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untill the 22 or 3 as i can see it at this point. time is short. vaya con Dios. hf
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Footnote...Harlot represents False Religion. Rides the Wild Beast (Governments of the world) Harlot Fornicates (False religion prostituting herself with worldy governments)


The beast will turn on the harlot. Completely devouring her. Governments will turn on religion. The world will be SHOCKED... Then the tribulation will begin....and climax to armageddon
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Governments have all ready turned on religion. We are past this.

"The sixth seal is the War of 2012 when the beast (Europe) wages war on the harlot (USA) -- and burns her with fire (nukes). Which leads in acknowledging that the fifth seal has been opened at the beginning of this fifth day of the eighth week on the calender of Enoch."

Europe is not the beast. Babylon is. Babylon is a group of elite rich and greedy whom hide amongst the people. They control the leaders with fear of death and riches. The beast uses gold as food and it will destroy all for these riches.
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Revelation
Chapter 6

9 -- The fifth seal, I saw underneath the altar the souls of those who had been slaughtered because of the witness they bore to the word of God.

10 -- They cried out in a loud voice, "How long will it be, holy and true master, before you sit in judgment and avenge our blood on the inhabitants of the earth?"

11 -- Each of them was given a white robe, and they were told to be patient a little while longer until the number was filled of their fellow servants and brothers who were going to be killed as they had been.

+

 Quoting: Mr Black 865648




In God's Law a fact is established at the testimony
of two or more witnesses.

The two groups of martyrs mentioned in the fifth seal
are God's two witnesses in Rev 11.

They are those who have been murdered by the antichrists
and give their testimony before the throne of God.

Via their testimony, God's judgment is passed and execution
of the antichrists begins.



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This is not a god of love????.This is mans words, do you really think GOD thinks this way???????.

Please, DON'T BUY INTO THE FEAR!!!!!!!!!!, That's exactly what they want you to do.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 664542


God is just, the day He grieves most for is the day He returns, I believe this, because He can't change it, its prophesided.

So many will not be going to where they think they will be.

Who of us live a life pleasing to God?

'Be ye holy for I AM Holy.

Sure we are under grace, but our conduct and speech is important.

Why speak about His truth if we don't really live is?
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The Anti Christ is here already.

Islam.

Its ANTI Christ, as there are so many others similar.


www.walidshoebat.com

is a great site.

Ex Muslim, through about all his knowledge about what Islam is not.

www.khouse.org

Search for

The Sword of Allah will raise more than a few eyebrows.
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Empty your mind of all thoughts.
Let your heart be at peace.
Watch the turmoil of beings,
but contemplate their return.

Each separate being in the universe
returns to the common source.
Returning to the source is serenity.

If you don't realize the source,
you stumble in confusion and sorrow.
When you realize where you come from,
you naturally become tolerant,
disinterested, amused,
kindhearted as a grandmother,
dignified as a king.
Immersed in the wonder of the Tao,
you can deal with whatever life brings you,
and when death comes, you are ready.
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"The sixth seal is the War of 2012 when the beast (Europe) wages war on the harlot (USA) -- and burns her with fire (nukes). Which leads in acknowledging that the fifth seal has been opened at the beginning of this fifth day of the eighth week on the calender of Enoch."

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Europe is not the beast. Babylon is. Babylon is a group of elite rich and greedy whom hide amongst the people. They control the leaders with fear of death and riches. The beast uses gold as food and it will destroy all for these riches.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 550635

Utterly wrong, totally against scriptures. vaya con Dios hf

Revelation
Chapter 17

1 -- Then one of the seven angels who were holding the seven bowls came and said to me, "Come here. I will show you the judgment on the great harlot who lives near the many waters.

2 -- The kings of the earth have had intercourse with her, and the inhabitants of the earth became drunk on the wine of her harlotry."

3

4

5 -- On her forehead was written a name, which is a mystery, "Babylon the great, the mother of harlots and of the abominations of the earth."

6

7 -- The angel said to me, "Why are you amazed? I will explain to you the mystery of the woman and of the beast that carries her, the beast with the seven heads and the ten horns.

+ The angel makes a distinction between the woman (harlot-babylon the great) and the beast.


8

9 -- Here is a clue 8 for one who has wisdom. The seven heads represent seven hills upon which the woman sits. They also represent seven kings:

+ The seven hills of Rome -- (United Europe-Vatican)


10

11

12

13

14

15

16 -- The ten horns that you saw and the beast will hate the harlot; they will leave her desolate and naked; they will eat her flesh and consume her with fire.

+ The beast will hate the woman (babylon, the harlot).

17

18 -- The woman whom you saw represents the great city that has sovereignty over the kings of the earth."

+ The Harlot = N.Y.C (United Nations) is Babylon the great.

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Why do you people not want to accept the same things have been said time and time again, the end time are never going to come, its a fantasy.


John 6:28 Therefore they said to Him, "What shall we do, so that we may work the works of God?" 29 Jesus answered and said to them, "This is the work of God, that you believe in Him whom He has sent."



This does not help explain how you why every generation seems to think its the endtimes, and the endtimes never come.

Just like you all powerful god refuses to prove he exists.


All of creation is evidence for God.

It is written.

 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 304525


This person has chosen not to believe. That is their choice. Do not debate them. Peace
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(Matthew 24)

6 -- You will hear of wars and reports of wars; see that you are not alarmed, for these things must happen, but it will not yet be the end.

7 -- Nation will rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom; there will be famines and earthquakes from place to place.

8 -- All these are the beginning of the labor pains.
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Oil is not a fossil fuel. Oil is nature's lubricant.

The use of petroleum has been producing the earthquakes around the world, and as our population increases and the use of oil becomes more depended this depletion of nature's lubricant produces more rampant and more common earthquakes.

The Wars of this past century are caused because of this precious crude, only this crude is what nature uses to keep the soil lubricated from causing sudden shifts below ground. This crude stabilizes the bedrocks from the pressure above into shifting violently, but rather the rocks beneath move slowly in ratio with the pressure above and thus no violent quake is produced.

Our history of Oil through the ages began in 347 A.D., and the list of historical earthquakes has been augmenting as our consumption increased for this precious crude in tandem. You will note there are more earthquakes every year. There were more earthquakes in the 90's then the 80's, and-so-on-down-the-line.


- 347 A.D. Oil wells are drilled in China up to 800 feet deep using bits attached to bamboo poles.

- 1264 Mining of seep oil in medieval Persia witnessed by Marco Polo on his travels through Baku.

- 1500s Seep oil collected in the Carpathian Mountains of Poland is used to light street lamps.

- 1594 Oil wells are hand dug at Baku, Persia up to 35 meters (115 feet) deep.

- 1735 Oil sands are mined and the oil extracted at Pechelbronn field in Alsace, France.

- 1815 Oil is produced in United States as an undesirable by-product from brine wells in Pennsylvania.

- 1848 First modern oil well is drilled in Asia, on the Aspheron Peninsula north-east of Baku, by Russian engineer F.N. Semyenov.

- 1849 Distillation of kerosene from oil by Canadian geologist Dr. Abraham Gesner. Kerosene eventually replaces whale oil as the illuminant of choice and creates a new market for crude oil.

- 1850 Oil from hand-dug pits in California at Los Angeles is distilled to produce lamp oil by General Andreas Pico.

- 1854 First oil wells in Europe are drilled 30- to 50-meters deep at Bóbrka, Poland by Ignacy Lukasiewicz.

- 1854 Natural Gas from a water well in Stockton, California is used to light the Stockton courthouse.

- 1857 Michael Dietz invents a kerosene lamp that forces whale oil lamps off the market.

- 1858 First oil well in North America is drilled in Ontario, Canada.

- 1859 First oil well in United States is drilled 69 feet deep at Titusville, Pennsylvania by Colonel Edwin Drake.

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* 2010 01 12 - Haiti region - M 7.0
* 2010 01 10 - Offshore Northern California - M 6.5
* 2010 01 03 - Solomon Islands - M 7.1


* 2009 12 30 - Baja California, Mexico - M 5.9
* 2009 12 19 - Taiwan - M 6.4
* 2009 11 24 - Tonga - M 6.8
* 2009 11 17 - Queen Charlotte Islands region - M 6.6
* 2009 11 13 - Offshore Tarapaca, Chile - M 6.5
* 2009 11 09 - Fiji - M 7.3
* 2009 11 08 - Sumbawa region, Indonesia - M 6.6 Fatalities 2
* 2009 10 30 - Ryukyu Islands, Japan - M 6.8
* 2009 10 29 - Hindu Kush region, Afghanistan - M 6.2
* 2009 10 24 - Banda Sea - M 6.9
* 2009 10 08 - Vanuatu - M 6.8
* 2009 10 08 - Santa Cruz Islands - M 6.6
* 2009 10 07 - Vanuatu - M 7.4
* 2009 10 07 - Santa Cruz Islands - M 7.8
* 2009 10 07 - Vanuatu - M 7.7
* 2009 10 07 - Celebes Sea - M 6.8
* 2009 10 04 - Moro Gulf, Mindanao, Philippines - M 6.6
* 2009 10 01 - Southern Sumatra, Indonesia - M 6.6
* 2009 09 30 - Southern Sumatra, Indonesia - M 7.5 Fatalities 1,117
* 2009 09 29 - Samoa Islands region - M 8.1 Fatalities 192
* 2009 09 21 - Bhutan - M 6.1 Fatalities 11
* 2009 09 12 - Offshore Carabobo, Venezuela - M 6.3
* 2009 09 06 - Albania - M 5.5
* 2009 09 02 - Java, Indonesia - M 7.0 Fatalities 81
* 2009 08 30 - Samoa Islands region - M 6.6
* 2009 08 28 - Banda Sea - M 6.9
* 2009 08 18 - Colorado - M 3.7
* 2009 08 17 - Southwestern Ryukyu Islands, Japan - M 6.7
* 2009 08 16 - Kepulauan Mentawai region, Indonesia - M 6.7
* 2009 08 12 - Izu Islands, Japan region - M 6.6
* 2009 08 10 - Near the South Coast of Honshu, Japan - M 6.1 Fatalities 1
* 2009 08 10 - Andaman Islands, India region - M 7.5
* 2009 08 10 - Santa Cruz Islands - M 6.6
* 2009 08 09 - Near the South Coast of Honshu, Japan - M 7.1
* 2009 08 03 - Gulf of California - M 6.9
* 2009 07 15 - Off West Coast of the South Island, New Zealand - M 7.8
* 2009 07 09 - Yunnan, China - M 5.7 Fatalities 1
* 2009 07 01 - Crete, Greece - M 6.4
* 2009 06 23 - New Ireland region, Papua New Guinea - M 6.7
* 2009 06 08 - San Francisco Bay Area, California - M 3.5
* 2009 06 02 - Vanuatu - M 6.3
* 2009 05 28 - Offshore Honduras - M 7.3 Fatalities 7
* 2009 05 18 - Greater Los Angeles Area, California - M 4.7
* 2009 05 16 - Kermadec Islands Region - M 6.5
* 2009 04 30 - Northern California - M 3.5
* 2009 04 18 - Kuril Islands - M 6.6
* 2009 04 16 - South Sandwich Islands region - M 6.7
* 2009 04 14 - Island of Hawaii, Hawaii - M 5.2
* 2009 04 07 - Kuril Islands - M 6.9
* 2009 04 06 - Central Italy - M 6.3 Fatalities 295
* 2009 03 30 - Northern California - M 4.3
* 2009 03 19 - Tonga region - M 7.6
* 2009 02 11 - Kepulauan Talaud, Indonesia - M 7.2
* 2009 01 15 - East of the Kuril Islands - M 7.4
* 2009 01 08 - Costa Rica - M 6.1 Fatalities 40
* 2009 01 03 - Near the North Coast of Papua, Indonesia - M 7.4
* 2009 01 03 - Near the North Coast of Papua, Indonesia - M 7.6 Fatalities 5


* 2008 12 09 - Kermadec Islands region - M 6.8
* 2008 11 24 - Sea of Okhotsk - M 7.3
* 2008 11 16 - Minahasa, Sulawesi, Indonesia - M 7.4 Fatalities 6
* 2008 10 28 - Pakistan - M 6.4 Fatalities 166
* 2008 10 06 - Eastern Xizang - M 6.3 Fatalities 10
* 2008 10 05 - Kyrgyzstan - M 6.6 Fatalities 74
* 2008 09 29 - Kermadec Islands, New Zealand - M 7.0
* 2008 09 11 - Hokkaido, Japan region - M 6.8
* 2008 09 08 - Vanuatu - M 6.9
* 2008 07 29 - Greater Los Angeles area, California - M 5.5
* 2008 07 23 - Eastern Honshu, Japan - M 6.8 Fatalities 1
* 2008 07 19 - Off the East Coast of Honshu, Japan - M 7.0
* 2008 07 05 - Sea of Okhotsk - M 7.7
* 2008 06 30 - South Sandwich Islands region - M 7.0
* 2008 06 13 - Eastern Honshu, Japan - M 6.9 Fatalities 13
* 2008 06 08 - Greece - M 6.4 Fatalities 2
* 2008 05 12 - Eastern Sichuan, China - M 7.9 Fatalities 87,587
* 2008 05 09 - Guam region - M 6.8
* 2008 05 07 - Near the East Coast of Honshu, Japan - M 6.8
* 2008 05 02 - Andreanof Islands, Aleutian Islands, Alaska - M 6.6
* 2008 04 30 - Northern California - M 5.4
* 2008 04 26 - Nevada - M 5.0
* 2008 04 18 - Illinois - M 5.4
* 2008 04 16 - Andreanof Islands, Aleutian Islands, Alaska - M 6.6
* 2008 04 12 - Macquarie Island region - M 7.1
* 2008 04 09 - Loyalty Islands - M 7.3
* 2008 03 20 - Xinjiang-Xizang border region - M 7.2
* 2008 03 12 - Vanuatu - M 6.4
* 2008 03 03 - Philippine Islands region - M 6.9
* 2008 02 27 - England, United Kingdom - M 4.8
* 2008 02 25 - Kepulauan Mentawai region, Indonesia - M 7.2
* 2008 02 23 - South Sandwich Islands region - M 6.8
* 2008 02 21 - Nevada - M 6.0
* 2008 02 20 - Simeulue, Indonesia - M 7.4 Fatalities 3
* 2008 02 14 - Southern Greece - M 6.9
* 2008 02 12 - Oaxaca, Mexico - M 6.5
* 2008 02 10 - South Sandwich Islands region - M 6.6
* 2008 02 08 - Northern Mid-Atlantic Ridge - M 6.9
* 2008 02 04 - Tarapaca, Chile - M 6.3
* 2008 02 03 - Lac Kivu region, Dem. Rep. of the Congo - M 5.9 Fatalities 44
* 2008 01 05 - Queen Charlotte Islands region - M 6.6


* 2007 12 26 - Fox Islands, Aleutian Islands, Alaska - M 6.4
* 2007 12 20 - Off east coast of the North Island, New Zealand - M 6.6 Fatalities 1
* 2007 12 19 - Andreanof Islands, Aleutian Islands, Alaska - M 7.2
* 2007 12 16 - Antofagasta, Chile - M 6.7
* 2007 12 09 - South of the Fiji Islands - M 7.8
* 2007 11 29 - Martinique Region, Windward Islands - M 7.4 Fatalities 1
* 2007 11 27 - Solomon Islands - M 6.6
* 2007 11 25 - Sumbawa Region, Indonesia - M 6.5 Fatalities 3
* 2007 11 22 - Eastern New Guinea Region, Papua New Guinea - M 6.8
* 2007 11 16 - Peru-Ecuador border region - M 6.8
* 2007 11 14 - Antofagasta, Chile - M 7.7 Fatalities 2
* 2007 11 10 - North of Macquarie Island - M 6.6
* 2007 10 31 - Pagan Region, Northern Mariana Islands - M 7.2
* 2007 10 31 - San Francisco Bay Area, California - M 5.6
* 2007 10 24 - Southern Sumatra, Indonesia - M 6.8
* 2007 10 15 - South Island of New Zealand - M 6.8
* 2007 09 30 - Auckland Islands, New Zealand region - M 6.6
* 2007 09 30 - Auckland Islands, New Zealand region - M 7.4
* 2007 09 30 - South of the Mariana Islands - M 6.9
* 2007 09 28 - Mariana Islands region - M 7.5
* 2007 09 28 - Southeast of Loyalty Islands - M 6.5
* 2007 09 26 - New Ireland Region, Papua New Guinea - M 6.8
* 2007 09 20 - Southern Sumatra, Indonesia - M 6.7
* 2007 09 12 - Kepulauan Mentawai region, Indonesia - M 7.9
* 2007 09 12 - Southern Sumatra, Indonesia - M 8.5 Fatalities 25
* 2007 09 10 - Near the west coast of Colombia - M 6.8
* 2007 09 06 - Taiwan region - M 6.2
* 2007 09 02 - Santa Cruz Islands - M 7.2
* 2007 08 20 - Philippine Islands region - M 6.4
* 2007 08 16 - Solomon Islands - M 6.5
* 2007 08 15 - Near the Coast of Central Peru - M 8.0 Fatalities 514
* 2007 08 15 - Andreanof Islands, Aleutian Islands, Alaska - M 6.5
* 2007 08 14 - Island of Hawaii, Hawaii - M 5.4
* 2007 08 09 - Greater Los Angeles area, California - M 4.4
* 2007 08 08 - Java, Indonesia - M 7.5
* 2007 08 02 - Andreanof Islands, Aleutian Islands, Alaska - M 6.7
* 2007 08 01 - Vanuatu - M 7.2
* 2007 07 26 - Molucca Sea - M 6.9
* 2007 07 20 - San Francisco Bay area, California - M 4.2
* 2007 07 17 - Tanzania - M 5.9
* 2007 07 16 - Sea of Japan - M 6.8
* 2007 07 16 - Near the west coast of Honshu, Japan - M 6.6 Fatalities 9
* 2007 07 02 - Central California - M 4.3
* 2007 06 28 - Bougainville region, Papua New Guinea - M 6.7
* 2007 06 13 - Offshore Guatemala - M 6.7
* 2007 05 09 - Offshore Northern California - M 5.2
* 2007 05 08 - Western Montana - M 4.5
* 2007 04 01 - Solomon Islands - M 8.1 Fatalities 54
* 2007 03 25 - Near the West Coast of Honshu,Japan - M 6.7 Fatalities 1
* 2007 03 25 - Vanuatu - M 7.1
* 2007 03 06 - Southern Sumatra, Indonesia - M 6.4 Fatalities 67
* 2007 01 31 - Kermadec Islands, New Zealand - M 6.5
* 2007 01 30 - West of Macquarie Island - M 6.9
* 2007 01 21 - Molucca Sea - M 7.5 Fatalities 4
* 2007 01 13 - East of the Kuril Islands - M 8.1


* 2006 12 26 - Taiwan region - M 6.9
* 2006 12 26 - Taiwan region - M 7.1 Fatalities 2
* 2006 11 15 - Kuril Islands - M 8.3
* 2006 11 13 - Santiago del Estero, Argentina - M 6.8
* 2006 10 20 - Northern California - M 4.5
* 2006 10 20 - Near the Coast of Central Peru - M 6.7
* 2006 10 17 - New Britain region, Papua New Guinea - M 6.7
* 2006 10 15 - Hawaii region, Hawaii - M 6.7
* 2006 10 02 - Maine - M 3.8
* 2006 09 28 - Samoa Islands Region - M 6.9
* 2006 09 10 - Gulf of Mexico - M 5.8
* 2006 09 01 - Bougainville Region, Papua New Guinea - M 6.8
* 2006 08 20 - Scotia Sea - M 7.0
* 2006 08 11 - Michoacan, Mexico - M 5.9
* 2006 07 27 - Southern Alaska - M 4.8
* 2006 07 17 - South of Java, Indonesia - M 7.7 Fatalities 730
* 2006 06 11 - Kyushu, Japan - M 6.3
* 2006 05 26 - Java, Indonesia - M 6.3 Fatalities 5,749
* 2006 05 16 - Nias Region, Indonesia - M 6.8
* 2006 05 16 - Kermadec Islands Region - M 7.4
* 2006 05 03 - Tonga - M 8.0
* 2006 04 20 - Koryakia, Russia - M 7.6
* 2006 03 31 - Western Iran - M 6.1 Fatalities 70
* 2006 03 22 - Western Montana - M 4.2
* 2006 03 14 - Seram, Indonesia - M 6.7 Fatalities 4
* 2006 02 26 - South of the Fiji Islands - M 6.4
* 2006 02 22 - Mozambique - M 7.0 Fatalities 4
* 2006 02 10 - Colorado - M 3.8
* 2006 01 27 - Banda Sea - M 7.6
* 2006 01 08 - Southern Greece - M 6.7
* 2006 01 04 - Gulf of California - M 6.6
* 2006 01 02 - East of South Sandwich Islands - M 7.4
* 2006 01 02 - Illinois - M 3.6


* 2005 12 19 - New Mexico - M 4.1
* 2005 12 12 - Hindu Kush Region, Afghanistan - M 6.5 Fatalities 5
* 2005 12 11 - New Britain region, Papua New Guinea - M 6.6
* 2005 12 05 - Lake Tanganyika Region, Congo-Tanzania - M 6.8 Fatalities 6
* 2005 12 02 - Near the East Coast of Honshu, Japan - M 6.5
* 2005 11 27 - Southern Iran - M 6.0 Fatalities 13
* 2005 11 19 - Simeulue, Indonesia - M 6.5
* 2005 11 17 - Potosi, Bolivia - M 6.9
* 2005 11 14 - Off the East Coast of Honshu, Japan - M 7.0
* 2005 10 31 - Western Montana - M 4.5
* 2005 10 19 - Near the East Coast of Honshu, Japan - M 6.3
* 2005 10 08 - Pakistan - M 7.6 Fatalities 86,000
* 2005 09 29 - New Britain region, Papua New Guinea - M 6.6
* 2005 09 26 - Northern Peru - M 7.5 Fatalities 5
* 2005 09 22 - Central California - M 4.7
* 2005 09 09 - New Ireland Region, Papua New Guinea - M 7.6
* 2005 08 16 - Near the East Coast of Honshu, Japan - M 7.2
* 2005 08 10 - New Mexico - M 5.0
* 2005 07 26 - Western Montana - M 5.6
* 2005 07 24 - Nicobar Islands, India Region - M 7.2
* 2005 07 23 - Near the South Coast of Honshu, Japan - M 5.9
* 2005 07 17 - Hawaii region, Hawaii - M 5.1
* 2005 07 15 - Hawaii region, Hawaii - M 5.3
* 2005 07 05 - Nias Region, Indonesia - M 6.7
* 2005 07 02 - Near the Coast of Nicaragua - M 6.6
* 2005 06 17 - Off the Coast of Northern California - M 6.6
* 2005 06 16 - Greater Los Angeles Area, California - M 4.9
* 2005 06 15 - Off the Coast of Northern California - M 7.2
* 2005 06 14 - Rat Islands, Aleutian Islands, Alaska - M 6.8
* 2005 06 13 - Tarapaca, Chile - M 7.8 Fatalities 11
* 2005 06 12 - Southern California - M 5.2
* 2005 05 19 - Nias Region, Indonesia - M 6.9
* 2005 05 14 - Nias Region, Indonesia - M 6.7
* 2005 05 06 - Central California - M 4.1
* 2005 05 01 - Arkansas - M 4.2
* 2005 04 11 - Southeast of the Loyalty Islands - M 6.7
* 2005 04 10 - Kepulauan Mentawai Region, Indonesia - M 6.7
* 2005 03 28 - Northern Sumatra, Indonesia - M 8.6 Fatalities 1,313
* 2005 03 20 - Kyushu, Japan - M 6.6 Fatalities 1
* 2005 03 06 - St. Lawrence Valley Reg., Quebec, Canada - M 4.9
* 2005 03 02 - Banda Sea - M 7.1
* 2005 02 26 - Simeulue, Indonesia - M 6.8
* 2005 02 22 - Central Iran - M 6.4 Fatalities 612
* 2005 02 19 - Sulawesi, Indonesia - M 6.5
* 2005 02 10 - Arkansas - M 4.1
* 2005 02 08 - Vanuatu - M 6.7
* 2005 02 05 - Celebes Sea - M 7.1 Fatalities 2
* 2005 01 16 - State of Yap, Fed. States of Micronesia - M 6.6
* 2005 01 01 - Off the West Coast of Northern Sumatra - M 6.7


* 2004 12 26 - Sumatra-Andaman Islands - M 9.1 Fatalities 227,898
* 2004 12 23 - North of Macquarie Island - M 8.1
* 2004 12 14 - Cayman Islands Region - M 6.8
* 2004 12 06 - Hokkaido, Japan Region - M 6.8
* 2004 11 28 - Hokkaido, Japan Region - M 7.0
* 2004 11 26 - Papua, Indonesia - M 7.1 Fatalities 32
* 2004 11 22 - Off West Coast of South Island, N.Z. - M 7.1
* 2004 11 21 - Leeward Islands - M 6.3 Fatalities 1
* 2004 11 20 - Costa Rica - M 6.4 Fatalities 8
* 2004 11 15 - Near the West Coast of Colombia - M 7.2
* 2004 11 11 - Kepulauan Alor, Indonesia - M 7.5 Fatalities 34
* 2004 11 11 - Solomon Islands - M 6.7
* 2004 11 09 - Solomon Islands - M 6.9
* 2004 11 08 - Taiwan region - M 6.3
* 2004 11 02 - Vancouver Island, Canada Region - M 6.7
* 2004 10 27 - Romania - M 5.9
* 2004 10 23 - Near the West Coast of Honshu, Japan - M 6.6 Fatalities 40
* 2004 10 15 - Taiwan region - M 6.7
* 2004 10 09 - Near the Coast of Nicaragua - M 7.0
* 2004 10 08 - Mindoro, Philippines - M 6.5
* 2004 10 08 - Solomon Islands - M 6.8
* 2004 09 28 - Central California - M 6.0
* 2004 09 17 - Eastern Kentucky - M 3.7
* 2004 09 06 - Near the South Coast of Honshu, Japan - M 6.6
* 2004 09 05 - Near the South Coast of Honshu, Japan - M 7.4
* 2004 09 05 - Near the South Coast of Western Honshu, Japan - M 7.2
* 2004 08 29 - Wyoming - M 3.8
* 2004 08 24 - Greece - M 4.3
* 2004 08 19 - Alabama - M 3.6
* 2004 07 25 - Southern Sumatra, Indonesia - M 7.3
* 2004 07 12 - Offshore Oregon - M 4.9
* 2004 07 01 - Eastern Turkey - M 5.1 Fatalities 18
* 2004 06 28 - Southeastern Alaska - M 6.8
* 2004 06 28 - Illinois - M 4.2
* 2004 06 15 - Offshore Baja California, Mexico - M 5.1
* 2004 06 10 - Kamchatka Peninsula, Russia - M 6.9
* 2004 05 30 - Pine Mountain Club, California - M 3.0
* 2004 05 29 - Off the East Coast of Honshu, Japan - M 6.5
* 2004 05 28 - Northern Iran - M 6.3 Fatalities 35
* 2004 05 03 - Bio-Bio, Chile - M 6.6
* 2004 04 07 - Wyoming - M 4.0
* 2004 04 05 - Hindu Kush Region, Afghanistan - M 6.6 Fatalities 3
* 2004 02 24 - Strait of Gibraltar - M 6.4 Fatalities 631
* 2004 02 11 - Dead Sea Region - M 5.3
* 2004 02 07 - Irian Jaya, Indonesia - M 7.3
* 2004 02 05 - Irian Jaya, Indonesia - M 7.0 Fatalities 37
* 2004 01 28 - Seram, Indonesia - M 6.7
* 2004 01 07 - Wyoming - M 5.0


* 2003 12 27 - Southeast of the Loyalty Islands - M 7.3
* 2003 12 26 - Southeastern Iran - M 6.6 Fatalities 31,000
* 2003 12 22 - San Simeon, California - M 6.6 Fatalities 2
* 2003 12 10 - Taiwan - M 6.8
* 2003 12 09 - Virginia - M 4.5
* 2003 12 05 - Komandorskiye Ostrova, Russia Region - M 6.7
* 2003 11 18 - Samar, Philippines - M 6.5 Fatalities 1
* 2003 11 17 - Rat Islands, Aleutian Islands, Alaska - M 7.8
* 2003 11 06 - Vanuatu Islands - M 6.6
* 2003 10 31 - Off the East Coast of Honshu, Japan - M 7.0
* 2003 10 19 - near Orinda, California - M 3.5
* 2003 10 08 - Hokkaido, Japan Region - M 6.7
* 2003 10 07 - near Imperial Beach, California - M 3.6
* 2003 10 01 - Southwestern Siberia, Russia - M 6.7
* 2003 09 27 - Southwestern Siberia, Russia - M 7.3 Fatalities 3
* 2003 09 25 - Hokkaido, Japan Region - M 8.3
* 2003 09 22 - Rathdrum, Idaho - M 3.3
* 2003 09 22 - Dominican Republic Region - M 6.4 Fatalities 3
* 2003 09 21 - Myanmar - M 6.6
* 2003 09 13 - near Simi Valley, California - M 3.4
* 2003 09 11 - near Mexicali, Baja California, Mexico - M 3.7
* 2003 09 05 - near Piedmont, California - M 4.0
* 2003 08 27 - Volcano, Hawaii - M 4.7
* 2003 08 27 - Val Verde, California - M 3.9
* 2003 08 26 - New Jersey - M 3.8
* 2003 08 21 - South Island of New Zealand - M 7.2
* 2003 08 21 - Wyoming - M 4.5
* 2003 08 21 - Southeastern Iran - M 5.9
* 2003 08 15 - Humboldt Hill, California - M 5.3
* 2003 08 14 - Greece - M 6.3
* 2003 08 04 - Scotia Sea - M 7.6
* 2003 07 27 - Primor'ye, Russia - M 6.8
* 2003 07 22 - Near the coast of Massachusetts - M 3.6
* 2003 07 21 - Yunnan, China - M 6.0 Fatalities 16
* 2003 07 15 - Carlsberg Ridge - M 7.6
* 2003 06 23 - Rat Islands, Aleutian Islands - M 6.9
* 2003 06 20 - Near the Coast of Central Chile - M 6.8
* 2003 06 20 - Amazonas, Brazil - M 7.1
* 2003 06 20 - Carnation, Washington - M 3.6
* 2003 06 07 - New Britain region, Papua New Guinea - M 6.6
* 2003 06 06 - Western Kentucky - M 4.0
* 2003 05 30 - Port Orchard, Washington - M 3.7
* 2003 05 27 - Northern Algeria - M 5.8 Fatalities 9
* 2003 05 26 - Muir Beach, California - M 3.4
* 2003 05 26 - Halmahera, Indonesia - M 7.0 Fatalities 1
* 2003 05 26 - Seven Trees, California - M 3.8
* 2003 05 26 - Near the East Coast of Honshu, Japan - M 7.0
* 2003 05 25 - South Dakota - M 4.0
* 2003 05 25 - Santa Rosa, California - M 4.2
* 2003 05 24 - Brawley, California - M 4.0
* 2003 05 21 - Northern Algeria - M 6.8 Fatalities 2,266
* 2003 05 05 - Virginia - M 3.9
* 2003 05 04 - Kermadec islands, New Zealand - M 6.7
* 2003 05 01 - Eastern Turkey - M 6.4 Fatalities 177
* 2003 04 30 - Blytheville, Arkansas - M 4.0
* 2003 04 29 - Alabama - M 4.6
* 2003 03 17 - Rat Islands, Aleutian Islands, Alaska - M 7.1
* 2003 03 11 - Twentynine Palms Base, California - M 4.6
* 2003 03 11 - New Ireland Region, Papua New Guinea - M 6.8
* 2003 02 24 - Southern Xinjiang, China - M 6.3 Fatalities 261
* 2003 02 22 - Big Bear City, California - M 5.2
* 2003 02 19 - Unimak Island Region, Alaska - M 6.6
* 2003 02 02 - Dublin, CA, Swarm - M 4.1
* 2003 01 27 - Turkey - M 6.1
* 2003 01 25 - Keene, California - M 4.7
* 2003 01 22 - Offshore Colima, Mexico - M 7.6 Fatalities 29
* 2003 01 20 - Solomon Islands - M 7.3
* 2003 01 16 - Blanco Fracture Zone - Offshore Oregon, - M 6.3
* 2003 01 10 - New Ireland, Papua New Guinea, region - M 6.7


* 2002 12 25 - Redford, New York - M 3.3
* 2002 12 25 - Kyrgyzstan-Xinjiang border region - M 5.7
* 2002 12 24 - Pacifica, California - M 3.6
* 2002 12 10 - Mexicali, Baja California, Mexico - M 4.8
* 2002 11 24 - Swarm near San Ramon, California - M 3.9
* 2002 11 20 - Northwestern Kashmir - M 6.3 Fatalities 19
* 2002 11 17 - Kuril Islands, Russia - M 7.3
* 2002 11 11 - Seabrook Island, South Carolina - M 4.4
* 2002 11 03 - Denali Fault, Alaska - M 7.9
* 2002 11 02 - Northern Sumatera, Indonesia - M 7.4 Fatalities 3
* 2002 11 01 - Southern Italy - M 5.8
* 2002 10 31 - Southern Italy - M 5.9 Fatalities 29
* 2002 10 24 - Lake Tanganyika region - M 6.2
* 2002 10 23 - Denali, Alaska - M 6.7
* 2002 10 22 - Alpine Northeast, Wyoming - M 4.2
* 2002 10 12 - Peru-Brazil border region - M 6.9
* 2002 10 10 - Irian Jaya, Indonesia - M 7.6 Fatalities 8
* 2002 09 22 - United Kingdom - M 5.0
* 2002 09 21 - Friday Harbor, Washington - M 4.1
* 2002 09 08 - New Guinea, Papua New Guinea - M 7.6 Fatalities 4
* 2002 09 06 - Southern Italy - M 6.0 Fatalities 2
* 2002 09 03 - Yorba Linda, California - M 4.8
* 2002 08 19 - Fiji Islands - M 7.7
* 2002 08 19 - Fiji Islands - M 7.7
* 2002 06 29 - near Mt. Hood Volcano, Oregon - M 4.5
* 2002 06 28 - Priamurye-Northeastern China border region - M 7.3
* 2002 06 22 - Western Iran - M 6.5 Fatalities 261
* 2002 06 18 - Darmstadt, Indiana - M 4.6
* 2002 06 18 - Chile-Argentina Border Region - M 6.6
* 2002 06 17 - Bayview, California - M 5.3
* 2002 06 16 - Kitsap Peninsula, Washington - M 3.7
* 2002 05 24 - Plattsburgh Aftershock - M 3.6
* 2002 05 15 - Taiwan - M 6.2 Fatalities 1
* 2002 05 14 - Gilroy, California - M 4.9
* 2002 04 26 - Mariana Islands - M 7.1
* 2002 04 20 - Au Sable Forks, New York - M 5.1
* 2002 03 31 - Taiwan region - M 7.1 Fatalities 5
* 2002 03 25 - Hindu Kush Region, Afghanistan - M 6.1 Fatalities 1,000
* 2002 03 16 - near Channel Islands Beach, California - M 4.6
* 2002 03 05 - Mindanao, Philippines - M 7.5 Fatalities 15
* 2002 03 03 - Hindu Kush Region, Afghanistan - M 7.4 Fatalities 166
* 2002 02 22 - near Mexicali, Mexico - M 5.7
* 2002 02 06 - near Knik, Alaska - M 5.3
* 2002 02 03 - Turkey - M 6.5 Fatalities 44
* 2002 01 02 - Vanuatu Islands - M 7.2


* 2001 07 07 - Near the Coast of Peru - M 7.6 Fatalities 1
* 2001 06 23 - Near the Coast of Peru - M 8.4 Fatalities 138
* 2001 02 28 - Nisqually, Washington - M 6.8
* 2001 02 13 - El Salvador - M 6.6 Fatalities 315
* 2001 01 26 - Gujarat, India - M 7.6 Fatalities 20,023
* 2001 01 13 - El Salvador - M 7.7 Fatalities 852
* 2001 01 01 - Mindanao, Philippines - M 7.5


* 2000 11 17 - New Britain region, Papua New Guinea - M 7.6
* 2000 11 16 - New Ireland Region, Papua New Guinea - M 7.8
* 2000 11 16 - New Ireland Region, Papua New Guinea - M 8.0 Fatalities 2
* 2000 10 06 - Western Honshu, Japan - M 6.7
* 2000 09 03 - Napa, California - M 5.0
* 2000 06 18 - South Indian Ocean - M 7.9
* 2000 06 04 - Southern Sumatera, Indonesia - M 7.9 Fatalities 103

* 1999 11 12 - Duzce, Turkey - M 7.2 Fatalities 894
* 1999 10 16 - Hector Mine, California - M 7.1
* 1999 09 30 - Oaxaca, Mexico - M 7.5
* 1999 09 20 - Taiwan - M 7.6 Fatalities 2,400
* 1999 09 07 - Greece - M 6.0 Fatalities 143
* 1999 08 20 - Costa Rica - M 6.9
* 1999 08 17 - Izmit, Turkey - M 7.6 Fatalities 17,118
* 1999 07 11 - Honduras - M 6.7
* 1999 06 15 - Central Mexico - M 7.0
* 1999 05 16 - New Britain region, Papua New Guinea - M 7.1
* 1999 05 10 - New Britain region, Papua New Guinea - M 7.1
* 1999 02 06 - Santa Cruz Islands - M 7.3
* 1999 01 25 - Colombia - M 6.1 Fatalities 1,185
* 1998 09 25 - Pennsylvania - M 5.2
* 1998 08 04 - Near Coast of Ecuador - M 7.2
* 1998 07 17 - Near North Coast of New Guinea, Papua New Guinea - M 7.0 Fatalities 2,183
* 1998 05 30 - Afghanistan-Tajikistan Border Region - M 6.6 Fatalities 4,000
* 1998 05 03 - Southeast of Taiwan - M 7.5
* 1998 03 25 - Balleny Islands Region - M 8.1
* 1998 03 14 - Northern Iran - M 6.6
* 1998 02 04 - Afghanistan-Tajikistan Border Region - M 5.9 Fatalities 2,323
* 1998 01 30 - Near Coast of Northern Chile - M 7.1
* 1998 01 04 - Loyalty Islands Region - M 7.5
* 1997 12 05 - Near East Coast of Kamchatka - M 7.8
* 1997 10 14 - South of Fiji Islands - M 7.8
* 1997 09 26 - Central Italy - M 6.4 Fatalities 11
* 1997 07 09 - Near Coast of Venezuela - M 7.0
* 1997 05 21 - Jabalpur, India - M 5.8 Fatalities 38
* 1997 05 10 - Northern Iran - M 7.3 Fatalities 1,567
* 1996 06 10 - Andreanof Islands, Alaska - M 7.9
* 1995 06 15 - Greece - M 6.5 Fatalities 26
* 1995 05 27 - Sakhalin Island - M 7.1 Fatalities 1,989
* 1995 05 13 - Greece - M 6.6
* 1995 02 03 - Wyoming - M 5.3 Fatalities 1
* 1995 01 16 - Kobe, Japan - M 6.9 Fatalities 5,502
* 1994 09 01 - Cape Mendocino, California - M 7.0
* 1994 06 09 - Bolivia - M 8.2 Fatalities 5
* 1994 01 17 - Northridge, California - M 6.7 Fatalities 60
* 1994 01 16 - Pennsylvania - M 4.6
* 1993 09 29 - Latur-Killari, India - M 6.2 Fatalities 9,748
* 1993 09 21 - Klamath Falls, Oregon - M 6.0 Fatalities 2
* 1993 08 08 - South of the Mariana Islands - M 7.8
* 1992 12 12 - Flores Region, Indonesia - M 7.8 Fatalities 2,500
* 1992 10 12 - Egypt - M 5.8 Fatalities 552
* 1992 09 02 - Nicaragua - M 7.6 Fatalities 116
* 1992 06 29 - Little Skull Mountain, Nevada - M 5.7
* 1992 06 28 - Big Bear, California - M 6.5
* 1992 06 28 - Landers, California - M 7.3 Fatalities 3
* 1992 04 25 - Cape Mendocino, California - M 7.2
* 1992 04 23 - Joshua Tree - M 6.2
* 1991 10 19 - Northern India - M 6.8 Fatalities 2,000
* 1991 08 17 - Honeydew, California - M 7.0
* 1991 06 28 - Sierra Madre, California - M 5.6 Fatalities 2
* 1991 04 22 - Costa Rica - M 7.6 Fatalities 47
* 1990 07 16 - Luzon, Philippine Islands - M 7.7 Fatalities 1,621
* 1990 06 20 - Western Iran - M 7.4 Fatalities 50,000
* 1990 01 13 - Maryland - M 2.5
* 1989 12 27 - Newcastle, Australia - M 5.5 Fatalities 13
* 1989 12 25 - Ungava, Quebec, Canada - M 6.0
* 1989 10 18 - Loma Prieta, California - M 6.9 Fatalities 63
* 1989 08 08 - Santa Cruz County, California - M 5.4 Fatalities 1
* 1988 12 07 - Spitak, Armenia - M 6.8 Fatalities 25,000
* 1988 11 25 - Saguenay, Quebec, Canada - M 5.9
* 1988 08 20 - Nepal-India border region - M 6.8 Fatalities 1,000
* 1988 03 06 - Gulf of Alaska - M 7.7
* 1988 01 22 - Tennant Creek, Australia - M 6.6
* 1987 11 30 - Gulf of Alaska - M 7.8
* 1987 11 24 - Superstition Hills, California - M 6.7
* 1987 11 24 - Superstition Hills, California - M 6.5 Fatalities 2
* 1987 10 04 - Whittier Narrows, California - M 5.6 Fatalities 1
* 1987 10 01 - Whittier Narrows, California - M 5.9 Fatalities 8
* 1987 06 10 - Near Olney, Illinois - M 5.1
* 1987 03 06 - Colombia-Ecuador - M 7.0 Fatalities 1,000
* 1986 10 10 - El Salvador - M 5.5 Fatalities 1,000
* 1986 09 13 - Greece - M 5.7 Fatalities 20
* 1986 07 21 - Chalfant Valley, California - M 6.2
* 1986 07 08 - North Palm Springs, California - M 6.1
* 1986 05 07 - Andreanof Islands, Alaska - M 7.9
* 1986 01 31 - Northeast Ohio - M 5.0
* 1985 12 23 - Nahanni region, Northwest Territories, Canada - M 6.8
* 1985 09 19 - Michoacan, Mexico - M 8.0 Fatalities 9,500
* 1985 03 03 - offshore Valparaiso, Chile - M 7.8 Fatalities 177
* 1985 01 26 - Mendoza, Argentina - M 6.0
* 1984 11 23 - Round Valley, California - M 5.8
* 1984 04 24 - Morgan Hill, California - M 6.2
* 1984 04 23 - Lancaster County, Pennsylvania - M 4.4
* 1983 11 16 - Kaoiki, Hawaii - M 6.7
* 1983 10 30 - Turkey - M 6.9 Fatalities 1,342
* 1983 10 28 - Borah Peak, Idaho - M 6.9 Fatalities 2
* 1983 10 07 - Blue Mountain Lake, New York - M 5.3
* 1983 05 02 - Coalinga, California - M 6.4
* 1982 12 13 - Yemen - M 6.0 Fatalities 2,800
* 1981 07 28 - southern Iran - M 7.3 Fatalities 1,500
* 1981 06 11 - southern Iran - M 6.9 Fatalities 3,000
* 1981 02 24 - Greece - M 6.8 Fatalities 16
* 1980 11 23 - Southern Italy - M 6.5 Fatalities 3,000
* 1980 11 08 - Humboldt County, California - M 7.2
* 1980 10 10 - El Asnam (formerly Orleansville), Algeria - M 7.7 Fatalities 5,000
* 1980 07 27 - Maysville, Kentucky - M 5.2
* 1980 05 27 - Mammoth Lakes, California - M 6.0
* 1980 05 25 - Mammoth Lakes, California - M 6.2
* 1980 05 18 - Mount St. Helens, Washington - M 5.0
* 1980 01 27 - Livermore, California - M 5.8
* 1980 01 24 - Livermore Valley, California - M 5.8
* 1980 01 01 - Azores Islands, Portugal - M 7.2 Fatalities 60
* 1979 12 26 - Carlisle, Northern England - M 4.5
* 1979 10 15 - Imperial Valley, Mexico - California Border - M 6.4
* 1979 08 06 - Coyote Lake, California - M 5.7
* 1979 02 28 - Mt. St. Elias, Alaska - M 7.5
* 1978 09 16 - Iran - M 7.8 Fatalities 15,000
* 1978 06 20 - Greece - M 6.6 Fatalities 50
* 1977 11 23 - San Juan, Argentina - M 7.4
* 1977 03 04 - Romania - M 7.2 Fatalities 1,500
* 1976 11 24 - Turkey-Iran border region - M 7.3 Fatalities 5,000
* 1976 08 16 - Mindanao, Philippines - M 7.9 Fatalities 8,000
* 1976 07 27 - Tangshan, China - M 7.5 Fatalities 255,000
* 1976 06 25 - Papua, Indonesia - M 7.1 Fatalities 5,000
* 1976 05 06 - Northeastern Italy - M 6.5 Fatalities 1,000
* 1976 03 11 - Newport, Rhode Island - M 3.5
* 1976 02 04 - Guatemala - M 7.5 Fatalities 23,000
* 1975 11 29 - Kalapana, Hawaii - M 7.2 Fatalities 2
* 1975 09 06 - Turkey - M 6.7 Fatalities 2,000
* 1975 08 01 - Oroville, California - M 5.8
* 1975 07 09 - Western Minnesota - M 4.6
* 1975 06 30 - Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming - M 6.1
* 1975 03 02 - Eastern Idaho - M 6.2
* 1975 02 04 - Haicheng, China - M 7.0 Fatalities 2,000
* 1975 02 02 - Near Islands, Alaska - M 7.6
* 1974 12 28 - Northern Pakistan - M 6.2 Fatalities 5,300
* 1974 10 08 - Leeward Islands - M 7.5
* 1974 10 03 - Near the Coast of Central Peru - M 8.1
* 1974 07 13 - Panama-Colombia border region - M 7.3 Fatalities 11
* 1974 05 10 - China - M 6.8 Fatalities 20,000
* 1973 04 26 - Island of Hawaii, Hawaii - M 6.2
* 1972 12 23 - Nicaragua - M 6.2 Fatalities 5,000
* 1972 07 30 - Sitka, Alaska - M 7.6
* 1972 04 24 - Taiwain region - M 7.2 Fatalities 4
* 1972 04 10 - southern Iran - M 7.1 Fatalities 5,054
* 1972 01 25 - Taiwain region - M 7.0
* 1972 01 25 - Taiwain region - M 7.5 Fatalities 1
* 1971 07 09 - Valparaiso region, Chile - M 7.5 Fatalities 90
* 1971 05 22 - Eastern Turkey - M 6.9 Fatalities 1,000
* 1971 05 12 - Western Turkey - M 6.3
* 1971 02 09 - San Fernando, California - M 6.6 Fatalities 65
* 1970 07 31 - Colombia - M 8.0 Fatalities 1
* 1970 06 24 - South of Queen Charlotte Islands, British Columbia, Canada - M 7.0
* 1970 05 31 - Chimbote, Peru - M 7.9 Fatalities 66,000
* 1970 03 28 - Gediz, Turkey - M 6.9 Fatalities 1,086
* 1970 01 04 - Yunnan Province, China - M 7.5 Fatalities 10,000
* 1969 12 25 - Guadeloupe, Leeward Islands - M 7.2
* 1969 11 20 - Southern West Virginia - M 4.5
* 1969 10 02 - Santa Rosa, California - M 5.7 Fatalities 1
* 1969 10 01 - Comas region, Chile - M 6.4 Fatalities 136
* 1969 07 25 - Guangdong, China - M 5.9 Fatalities 3,000
* 1969 03 28 - Alasehir, Turkey - M 6.4 Fatalities 11
* 1969 02 28 - Portugal-Morocco area - M 7.8 Fatalities 13
* 1968 11 09 - Southern Illinois - M 5.4
* 1968 10 14 - Meckering, Australia - M 6.9
* 1968 09 03 - Bartin, Turkey - M 6.6 Fatalities 24
* 1968 08 31 - Dasht-e Bayaz, Iran - M 7.3 Fatalities 12,000
* 1968 08 02 - Oaxaca, Mexico - M 7.1 Fatalities 18
* 1968 06 19 - Moyobamba, Peru - M 6.9 Fatalities 46
* 1968 05 23 - Inangahua, New Zealand - M 7.1 Fatalities 2
* 1968 01 15 - Western Sicily - M 6.5 Fatalities 231
* 1967 12 10 - Koyna, India - M 6.3 Fatalities 177
* 1967 08 09 - Denver, Colorado - M 5.3
* 1967 07 29 - Near the Coast of Venezuela - M 6.5
* 1967 07 22 - Mudurnu Valley, Turkey - M 7.3 Fatalities 173
* 1966 10 17 - Near the Coast of Peru - M 8.1 Fatalities 125
* 1966 09 12 - Truckee, California - M 5.9
* 1966 08 19 - Varto, Turkey - M 6.8 Fatalities 2,529
* 1966 08 07 - Rat Islands, Alaska - M 7.0
* 1966 06 28 - Parkfield, California - M 6.1
* 1966 04 25 - Tashkent, USSR - M 5.0 Fatalities 10
* 1966 03 22 - Hebei, China - M 6.9 Fatalities 1,000
* 1966 03 07 - Hebei, China - M 7.0 Fatalities 1,000
* 1966 01 23 - Dulce, New Mexico - M 5.1
* 1965 08 23 - Oaxaca, Mexico - M 7.3 Fatalities 6
* 1965 07 06 - Central Greece - M 6.3 Fatalities 1
* 1965 06 13 - Denizli, Turkey - M 5.4 Fatalities 2
* 1965 05 03 - La Libertad, El Salvador - M 6.3 Fatalities 125
* 1965 04 29 - Puget Sound, Washington - M 6.5 Fatalities 7
* 1965 04 05 - Peloponnisos, Greece - M 6.2 Fatalities 32
* 1965 03 31 - Central Greece - M 7.1 Fatalities 6
* 1965 03 30 - Rat Islands, Alaska - M 7.3
* 1965 03 28 - La Ligua, Chile - M 7.4 Fatalities 400
* 1965 03 14 - Hindu Kush, Afghanistan - M 7.8
* 1965 03 09 - Northern Sporades, Greece - M 6.3 Fatalities 2
* 1965 02 23 - Taltal, Chile - M 7.0 Fatalities 1
* 1965 02 10 - Bostanabad-e Bala, Iran - M 5.1 Fatalities 20
* 1965 02 04 - Rat Islands, Alaska - M 8.7
* 1965 01 24 - Sanana, Indonesia (Ceram Sea) - M 7.6 Fatalities 71
* 1965 01 01 - M'Sila, Algeria - M 5.5 Fatalities 4
* 1964 10 06 - Western Turkey - M 7.0 Fatalities 36
* 1964 07 06 - Guerrero, Mexico - M 6.9 Fatalities 30
* 1964 06 16 - Niigata, Japan - M 7.5 Fatalities 26
* 1964 03 28 - Merriman, Nebraska - M 5.1
* 1964 03 28 - Prince William Sound, Alaska - M 9.2 Fatalities 128
* 1963 10 13 - Kuril Islands - M 8.5
* 1963 07 26 - Skopje, Former Yugoslav Rep. of Macedonia - M 6.0 Fatalities 1,100
* 1962 09 01 - Qazvin, Iran - M 7.1 Fatalities 12,225
* 1962 05 19 - Guerrero, Mexico - M 7.1 Fatalities 3
* 1962 05 11 - Guerrero, Mexico - M 7.0 Fatalities 4
* 1962 04 10 - Vermont - M 4.2
* 1960 05 22 - Chile - M 9.5 Fatalities 1,655
* 1960 05 21 - Arauco Peninsula, Chile - M 7.9 Fatalities Several
* 1960 02 29 - Agadir, Morocco - M 5.7 Fatalities 10,000
* 1960 01 13 - Arequipa, Peru - M 7.5 Fatalities 57
* 1959 08 26 - Vera Cruz, Mexico - M 6.8 Fatalities 20
* 1959 08 18 - Wyoming - M 6.5
* 1959 08 18 - Hebgen Lake, Montana - M 7.3 Fatalities 28
* 1959 07 21 - Arizona - Utah Border - M 5.6
* 1959 04 26 - Taiwan region - M 7.5 Fatalities 2
* 1958 11 06 - Kuril Islands - M 8.3
* 1958 07 10 - Lituya Bay, Alaska - M 7.7 Fatalities 5
* 1958 04 07 - Huslia, Alaska - M 7.3
* 1958 01 15 - Arequipa, Peru - M 7.3 Fatalities 28
* 1957 12 13 - Sahneh, Iran - M 7.1 Fatalities 1,130
* 1957 12 04 - Gobi-Altay, Mongolia - M 8.1 Fatalities 30
* 1957 07 28 - Guerrero, Mexico - M 7.9 Fatalities 68
* 1957 07 02 - Mazandaran, Iran - M 7.1 Fatalities 1,200
* 1957 06 27 - Stanovoy Mountains, Russia (USSR) - M 7.6
* 1957 05 26 - Bolu Province, Turkey - M 7.1 Fatalities 66
* 1957 04 25 - Fethiye, Turkey - M 7.1 Fatalities 15
* 1957 03 22 - Daly City, California - M 5.3 Fatalities 1
* 1957 03 16 - Andreanof Islands, Alaska - M 7.0
* 1957 03 14 - Andreanof Islands, Alaska - M 7.1
* 1957 03 12 - Andreanof Islands, Alaska - M 7.0
* 1957 03 09 - Fox Islands, Alaska - M 7.1
* 1957 03 09 - Andreanof Islands, Alaska - M 8.6
* 1955 10 24 - Concord, California - M 5.4 Fatalities 1
* 1954 12 21 - Eureka, California - M 6.5 Fatalities 1
* 1954 12 16 - Dixie Valley, Nevada - M 6.8
* 1954 12 16 - Fairview Peak, Nevada - M 7.1
* 1954 09 09 - Orleansville, Algeria - M 6.8 Fatalities 1,250
* 1954 08 24 - Stillwater, Nevada - M 6.8
* 1954 07 06 - Fallon-Stillwater area, Nevada - M 6.6
* 1954 04 30 - Greece - M 7.1 Fatalities 31
* 1954 03 29 - Spain - M 7.9
* 1953 12 12 - Tumbes, Peru - M 7.4 Fatalities 7
* 1953 08 12 - Kefallinia, Greece - M 7.1 Fatalities 455
* 1953 03 18 - Yenice-Gonen, Turkey - M 7.3 Fatalities 1,073
* 1953 02 12 - Torud, Iran - M 6.5 Fatalities 970
* 1953 01 05 - Near Islands, Alaska - M 7.1
* 1952 11 04 - Kamchatka - M 9.0
* 1952 08 22 - Kern County, California - M 5.8 Fatalities 2
* 1952 07 21 - Kern County, California - M 7.3 Fatalities 12
* 1952 04 09 - El Reno, Oklahoma - M 5.5
* 1951 08 21 - Kona, Hawaii - M 6.9
* 1951 08 13 - Kursunlu, Turkey - M 6.7 Fatalities 50
* 1951 08 02 - Cosiguina, Nicaragua - M 5.8 Fatalities 1,000
* 1951 05 06 - Jucuapa, El Salvador - M 6.2 Fatalities 400
* 1950 08 15 - Assam - Tibet - M 8.6 Fatalities 1,526
* 1950 05 21 - Cusco, Peru - M 6.0 Fatalities 83
* 1949 08 22 - Queen Charlotte Islands, British Columbia, Canada - M 8.1
* 1949 08 17 - Erzurum, Turkey - M 6.8 Fatalities 320
* 1949 08 05 - Ambato, Ecuador - M 6.8 Fatalities 5,050
* 1949 07 10 - Khait, Tajikistan - M 7.5 Fatalities 12,000
* 1949 04 13 - Puget Sound, Washington - M 7.1 Fatalities 8
* 1948 10 05 - Ashgabat, Turkmenistan - M 7.3 Fatalities 110,000
* 1948 06 28 - Fukui, Japan - M 7.3 Fatalities 3,769
* 1948 05 25 - Sichuan, China - M 7.3 Fatalities 800
* 1948 05 11 - Moquegua, Peru - M 7.4 Fatalities 70
* 1947 11 23 - Southwest Montana - M 6.3
* 1947 11 01 - Satipo, Peru - M 7.3 Fatalities 233
* 1947 10 16 - Wood River, Alaska - M 7.2
* 1947 08 10 - Southern Michigan - M 4.6
* 1947 08 05 - Pasni, Iran - M 7.3
* 1947 05 06 - Wisconsin
* 1946 12 20 - Nankaido, Japan - M 8.1 Fatalities 1,330
* 1946 11 10 - Ancash, Peru - M 7.3 Fatalities 1,400
* 1946 08 08 - Samana, Dominican Republic - M 7.6
* 1946 08 04 - Samana, Dominican Republic - M 8.0 Fatalities 100
* 1946 06 23 - Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada - M 7.3
* 1946 05 31 - Ustukran, Turkey - M 5.9 Fatalities 1,300
* 1946 04 01 - Unimak Island, Alaska - M 8.1 Fatalities 165
* 1945 11 27 - Makran Coast, Pakistan - M 8.0 Fatalities 4,000
* 1945 01 12 - Mikawa, Japan - M 7.1 Fatalities 1,961
* 1944 12 07 - Tonankai, Japan - M 8.1 Fatalities 1,223
* 1944 09 05 - Between Massena, New York and Cornwall, Ontario, Canada - M 5.8
* 1944 07 12 - Sheep Mountain, Idaho - M 6.1
* 1944 02 01 - Gerede, Turkey - M 7.4 Fatalities 2,790
* 1944 01 15 - San Juan, Argentina - M 7.4 Fatalities 8,000
* 1943 11 26 - Ladik, Turkey - M 7.6 Fatalities 4,000
* 1943 11 03 - Skwenta, Alaska - M 7.4
* 1943 09 10 - Tottori, Japan - M 7.4 Fatalities 1,190
* 1943 04 06 - Illapel - Salamanca, Chile - M 8.2 Fatalities 25
* 1943 01 30 - Yanaoca, Peru Fatalities 200
* 1942 12 20 - Erbaa, Turkey - M 7.3 Fatalities 1,100
* 1942 11 26 - Turkey - M 7.6 Fatalities 4,000
* 1942 08 24 - Off the coast of central Peru - M 8.2 Fatalities 30
* 1942 08 06 - Guatemala - M 7.9 Fatalities 38
* 1941 04 29 - Meeberrie, Australia - M 7.2
* 1940 12 24 - Ossipee Lake, New Hampshire - M 5.5
* 1940 12 20 - Ossipee Lake, New Hampshire - M 5.5
* 1940 11 10 - Vrancea, Romania - M 7.3 Fatalities 1,000
* 1940 05 24 - Callao, Peru - M 8.2 Fatalities 249
* 1940 05 19 - Imperial Valley, California - M 7.1 Fatalities 9
* 1939 12 26 - Erzincan, Turkey - M 7.8 Fatalities 32,700
* 1939 01 25 - Chillan, Chile - M 7.8 Fatalities 28,000
* 1938 11 10 - Shumagin Islands, Alaska - M 8.2
* 1938 02 01 - Banda Sea, Indonesia - M 8.5
* 1938 01 23 - Maui, Hawaii - M 6.8
* 1937 07 22 - Central Alaska - M 7.3
* 1937 03 09 - Western Ohio - M 5.4
* 1935 11 01 - Timiskaming, Quebec, Canada - M 6.2
* 1935 10 31 - Helena, Montana - M 6.0 Fatalities 2
* 1935 10 19 - Helena, Montana - M 6.3 Fatalities 2
* 1935 10 12 - Helena, Montana - M 5.9
* 1935 07 16 - Taiwan (Formosa) - M 6.5 Fatalities 2,740
* 1935 05 30 - Quetta, Pakistan - M 7.5 Fatalities 30,000
* 1935 04 20 - Taiwan (Formosa) - M 7.1 Fatalities 3,270
* 1934 06 08 - Parkfield, California - M 6.1
* 1934 05 04 - Chugach Mountains, Alaska - M 7.1
* 1934 03 12 - Kosmo, Utah - M 6.6 Fatalities 2
* 1934 01 30 - Excelsior Mountains, Nevada - M 6.5
* 1934 01 15 - Bihar, India - Nepal - M 8.1 Fatalities 10,700
* 1933 11 20 - Baffin Bay, Canada - M 7.4
* 1933 08 25 - Sichuan, China - M 7.4 Fatalities 9,300
* 1933 03 11 - Long Beach, California - M 6.4 Fatalities 115
* 1933 03 02 - Sanriku, Japan - M 8.4 Fatalities 2,990
* 1932 12 25 - Gansu, China - M 7.6 Fatalities 275
* 1932 12 21 - Cedar Mountain, Nevada - M 7.2
* 1932 06 18 - Colima, Mexico - M 7.8
* 1932 06 06 - Eureka, California - M 6.4 Fatalities 1
* 1932 06 03 - Jalisco, Mexico - M 8.1 Fatalities 45
* 1931 12 17 - Charleston, Mississippi - M 4.6
* 1931 08 16 - Valentine, Texas - M 5.8
* 1931 08 10 - Xinjiang, China - M 8.0 Fatalities 10,000
* 1931 04 27 - Zangezur Mountains, Armenia - Azerbaijan border - M 5.7 Fatalities 2,800
* 1931 03 31 - Managua, Nicaragua - M 6.0 Fatalities 2,500
* 1931 02 02 - Hawke's Bay, New Zealand - M 7.9 Fatalities 256
* 1931 01 15 - Oaxaca, Mexico - M 7.8 Fatalities 114
* 1930 10 19 - Napoleonville, Louisiana - M 4.2
* 1930 07 23 - Irpinia, Italy - M 6.5 Fatalities 1,404
* 1930 05 06 - Salmas, Iran (Persia) - M 7.2 Fatalities 2,500
* 1929 11 18 - Grand Banks, Nova Scotia, Canada - M 7.3
* 1929 10 06 - Holualoa, Hawaii - M 6.5
* 1929 05 26 - South of Queen Charlotte Islands, British Columbia, Canada - M 7.0
* 1929 05 01 - Koppeh Dagh, Iran (Persia) - M 7.4 Fatalities 3,800
* 1929 03 07 - Fox Islands, Aleutian Islands, Alaska - M 7.8
* 1928 12 01 - Talca, Chile - M 7.6 Fatalities 225
* 1928 11 03 - Eastern Tennessee - M 4.5
* 1927 11 04 - Lompoc, California - M 7.1
* 1927 10 24 - Southeast Alaska - M 7.1
* 1927 05 22 - Tsinghai, China - M 7.6 Fatalities 40,900
* 1927 03 07 - Tango, Japan - M 7.6 Fatalities 3,020
* 1926 10 22 - Monterey Bay, California - M 6.1
* 1926 06 29 - Santa Barbara, California - M 5.5 Fatalities 1
* 1925 06 29 - Santa Barbara, California - M 6.8 Fatalities 13
* 1925 06 28 - Clarkston Valley, Montana - M 6.6
* 1925 03 16 - Yunnan, China - M 7.1 Fatalities 5,800
* 1925 03 01 - Charlevoix, Quebec, Canada - M 6.3
* 1923 09 01 - Kanto (Kwanto), Japan - M 7.9 Fatalities 143,000
* 1923 05 25 - Torbat-e Heydariyeh, Iran - M 5.7 Fatalities 2,200
* 1923 03 24 - Near Luhuo, Sichuan, China - M 7.3 Fatalities 3,500
* 1923 02 03 - Kamchatka - M 8.5
* 1923 01 22 - Humbolt County, California - M 7.2
* 1922 11 11 - Chile-Argentina Border - M 8.5
* 1922 03 10 - Parkfield, California - M 6.1
* 1922 01 31 - Eureka, California - M 7.3
* 1920 12 16 - Haiyuan, Ningxia, China - M 7.8 Fatalities 200,000
* 1920 09 07 - Toscana, Italy - M 6.4 Fatalities 171
* 1920 06 05 - Taiwan region - M 8.0 Fatalities 5
* 1919 06 29 - Mugello, Tuscany - M 6.3 Fatalities 100
* 1918 12 06 - Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada - M 7.0
* 1918 10 11 - Mona Passage - M 7.5 Fatalities 116
* 1918 04 21 - San Jacinto, California - M 6.8 Fatalities 1
* 1918 02 13 - Nan'ao, Guangdong, (Kwangtung), China - M 7.3 Fatalities 1,000
* 1917 07 30 - Yunnan, China - M 7.5 Fatalities 1,800
* 1917 01 20 - Bali, Indonesia Fatalities 1,500
* 1916 10 18 - Irondale, Alabama - M 5.1
* 1916 02 21 - Waynesville, North Carolina - M 5.2
* 1915 10 03 - Pleasant Valley, Nevada - M 7.1
* 1915 06 23 - Imperial Valley, California - M 6.3 Fatalities 6
* 1915 01 13 - Avezzano, Italy - M 7.0 Fatalities 32,610
* 1914 10 03 - Burdur, Turkey (Ottoman Empire) - M 7.0 Fatalities 4,000
* 1914 03 05 - Georgia - M 4.5
* 1913 11 04 - Abancay, Peru Fatalities 150
* 1912 08 09 - Murefte, Turkey (Ottoman Empire) - M 7.8 Fatalities 2,800
* 1912 07 07 - Paxson, Alaska - M 7.2
* 1911 07 01 - Calaveras fault, California - M 6.5
* 1911 06 07 - Off Guerrero, Mexico - M 7.7 Fatalities 45
* 1911 06 02 - South Dakota - M 4.5
* 1911 02 18 - Sarez, Tajikistan - M 7.4 Fatalities 90
* 1911 01 03 - Chong-Kemin, Kyrgyzstan - M 7.8 Fatalities 450
* 1910 09 09 - Rat Islands, Aleutian Islands, Alaska - M 7.0
* 1910 08 05 - Oregon - M 6.8
* 1910 05 04 - Cartago, Costa Rica - M 6.4 Fatalities 700
* 1910 04 12 - Taiwan region - M 7.6
* 1909 09 27 - Wabash River Valley, Indiana - M 5.1
* 1909 05 26 - Aurora, Illinois - M 5.1
* 1909 05 16 - North Dakota - M 5.5
* 1909 01 23 - Silakhor, Iran (Persia) - M 7.3 Fatalities 6,000
* 1908 12 28 - Messina, Italy - M 7.2 Fatalities 70,000
* 1908 12 12 - Off the Coast of Central Peru - M 8.2
* 1908 05 15 - Gulf of Alaska - M 7.0
* 1907 10 21 - Qaratog, Tajikistan - M 8.0 Fatalities 12,000
* 1907 04 15 - Guerrero, Mexico - M 7.7
* 1907 01 14 - Kingston, Jamaica - M 6.5 Fatalities 1,000
* 1906 11 15 - Socorro area, New Mexico - Intensity VII
* 1906 08 17 - Valparaiso, Chile - M 8.2 Fatalities 3,882
* 1906 07 12 - Socorro area, New Mexico - Intensity VII
* 1906 04 18 - San Francisco, California - M 7.8 Fatalities 3000
* 1906 03 16 - Chia-i, Taiwan - M 6.8 Fatalities 1,250
* 1906 01 31 - Off the Coast of Esmeraldas, Ecuador - M 8.8 Fatalities 1,000
* 1905 09 08 - Calabria, Italy - M 7.9 Fatalities 557
* 1905 07 09 - Mongolia - M 8.4
* 1905 04 13 - Iowa
* 1905 04 04 - Kangra, India - M 7.5 Fatalities 19,000
* 1904 08 27 - Fairbanks, Alaska - M 7.3
* 1904 08 11 - Samos, Greece - M 6.2 Fatalities 4
* 1904 03 21 - Southeast Maine - M 5.1
* 1903 08 11 - Southern Greece - M 8.3
* 1903 05 28 - Gole, Turkey (Ottomon Empire) - M 5.8 Fatalities 1,000
* 1903 04 28 - Turkey - M 7.0 Fatalities 3,500
* 1902 12 16 - eastern Uzbekistan (Turkestan) - M 6.4 Fatalities 4,700
* 1902 04 19 - Guatemala - M 7.5 Fatalities 2,000
* 1901 12 31 - Cook Inlet, Alaska - M 7.1
* 1901 12 18 - Ayvalik, Turkey (Ottoman Empire) - M 5.9
* 1901 05 17 - Near Portsmouth, Ohio - M 4.2
* 1901 03 03 - Parkfield, California - M 6.4
* 1900 10 09 - Kodiak Island, Alaska - M 7.7

* 1899 12 25 - San Jacinto, California - M 6.7 Fatalities 6
* 1899 09 23 - Copper River delta, Alaska - M 7.0
* 1899 09 20 - Menderes Valley, Turkey - M 6.9 Fatalities 1,100
* 1899 09 10 - Yakutat Bay, Alaska - M 8.0
* 1899 09 04 - Cape Yakataga, Alaska - M 7.9
* 1899 04 16 - Eureka, California - M 7.0
* 1898 04 15 - Mendocino County, California - M 6.8
* 1898 03 31 - Mare Island, California - M 6.3
* 1897 06 20 - Calaveras fault, California - M 6.3
* 1897 06 12 - Assam, India - M 8.3 Fatalities 1,500
* 1897 05 31 - Giles County, Virginia - M 5.9
* 1896 06 15 - Sanriku, Japan - M 8.5 Fatalities 27,000
* 1895 10 31 - Charleston, Missouri - M 6.6
* 1892 04 21 - Winters, California - M 6.4
* 1892 04 19 - Vacaville, California - M 6.4 Fatalities 1
* 1892 02 24 - Imperial Valley, California - M 7.8
* 1891 10 27 - Mino-Owari, Japan - M 8.0 Fatalities 7,273
* 1890 02 24 - Corralitos, California - M 6.3
* 1887 06 08 - Almaty, Kazakhstan - M 7.3
* 1887 05 03 - Northern Sonora, Mexico - M 7.4 Fatalities 51
* 1886 09 01 - Charleston, South Carolina - M 7.3 Fatalities 60
* 1884 09 19 - Near Lima, Ohio - M 4.8
* 1884 08 10 - New York City, New York - M 5.5
* 1882 11 08 - Denver, Colorado - M 6.6
* 1879 01 13 - St. Augustine, Florida
* 1877 11 15 - Eastern Nebraska - M 5.1
* 1877 05 10 - Offshore Tarapaca, Chile - M 8.3 Fatalities 34
* 1875 05 18 - northern Colombia - M 7.3 Fatalities 16,000
* 1873 11 23 - California - Oregon Coast - M 7.3
* 1872 12 15 - Lake Chelan, Washington - M 6.8
* 1872 03 26 - Owens Valley, California - M 7.4 Fatalities 27
* 1872 01 28 - Samaxi, Azerbaijan - M 5.7 Fatalities 118
* 1871 10 09 - New Jersey - Delaware border
* 1871 10 09 - New Jersey - Delaware border
* 1871 02 20 - Lanai, Hawaii - M 6.8
* 1868 10 21 - Hayward, California - M 6.8 Fatalities 30
* 1868 08 13 - Arica, Peru (now Chile) - M 9.0 Fatalities 25,000
* 1868 04 03 - Ka'u District, Island of Hawaii - M 7.9 Fatalities 77
* 1868 03 29 - Ka'u District, Island of Hawaii - M 7.0
* 1867 11 18 - Puerto Rico Region
* 1867 04 24 - Manhattan, Kansas - M 5.1
* 1865 10 08 - Santa Cruz Mountains, California - M 6.5
* 1865 08 17 - Memphis, Tennessee - M 5.0
* 1857 12 16 - Naples, Italy - M 6.9 Fatalities 11,000
* 1857 01 09 - Fort Tejon, California - M 7.9 Fatalities 1
* 1855 01 23 - Wellington, New Zealand - M 8.0 Fatalities 4
* 1843 02 08 - Leeward Islands - M 8.3 Fatalities 5,000
* 1843 01 05 - Northeast Arkansas - M 6.3
* 1838 06 - San Francisco area, California - M 6.8
* 1836 06 10 - South San Francisco Bay region, California - M 6.5
* 1835 02 20 - Concepcion, Chile - M 8.2 Fatalities 500
* 1823 06 02 - South flank of Kilauea, Hawaii - M 7.0
* 1821 07 10 - Camana, Peru - M 8.2 Fatalities 162
* 1819 06 16 - Gujarat, India Fatalities 2,000
* 1812 12 21 - West of Ventura, California - M 7.1 Fatalities 1
* 1812 12 08 - Southwest of San Bernadino County, California - M 6.9 Fatalities 40
* 1812 03 26 - Caracas, Venezuela - M 7.7 Fatalities 26,000
* 1812 02 07 - New Madrid Region - M 8.0
* 1812 01 23 - New Madrid Region - M 7.8
* 1811 12 16 - New Madrid Region
* 1811 12 16 - New Madrid Region - M 8.1 Fatalities Several

* 1791 05 16 - Moodus, Connecticut
* 1787 05 02 - Puerto Rico - M 8.0
* 1783 11 30 - New Jersey - M 5.3
* 1783 02 04 - Calabria, Italy Fatalities 50,000
* 1780 02 06 - Northwest Florida
* 1755 11 18 - Cape Ann, Massachusetts
* 1755 11 01 - Lisbon, Portugal - M 8.7 Fatalities 70,000
* 1755 06 07 - Kashan, Iran Fatalities 40,000
* 1746 10 28 - Lima, Peru Fatalities 5,000
* 1744 06 14 - Southern Cape Ann, Massachusetts region
* 1730 07 08 - Valparasio, Chile - M 8.7
* 1727 11 18 - Tabriz, Iran Fatalities 77,000
* 1727 11 10 - Northern Cape Ann region, Massachusetts
* 1700 01 26 - Cascadia Subduction Zone - M 9.0

* 1693 01 11 - Sicily, Italy - M 7.5 Fatalities 60,000
* 1692 06 07 - Jamaica Fatalities 2,000
* 1687 10 20 - Lima, Peru - M 8.5 Fatalities 600
* 1668 08 17 - Anatolia, Turkey - M 8.0 Fatalities 8,000
* 1667 11 - Shemakha, Caucasia Fatalities 80,000
* 1664 05 12 - Ica, Peru - M 7.3 Fatalities 400
* 1663 02 05 - St. Lawrence Valley region, Quebec, Canada - M 7.0
* 1638 06 11 - St. Lawrence region
* 1619 02 14 - Trujillo, Peru - M 7.7 Fatalities 350

* 1568 - Moodus-East Haddam, Connecticut - Intensity VI
* 1556 01 23 - Shensi, China - M 8.0 Fatalities 830,000

* 1290 09 27 - Chihli, China Fatalities 100,000
* 1268 - Silicia, Asia Minor Fatalities 60,000

* 1138 08 09 - Aleppo, Syria Fatalities 230,000

* 0893 03 23 - Ardabil, Iran Fatalities 150,000
* 0856 12 22 - Damghan, Iran Fatalities 200,000

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Re: REVELATION (6) FIFTH SEAL -- OPENED!
Revelation, Chapter 9
1 -- The fifth trumpet, and I saw a star that had fallen from the sky to the earth. It was given the key for the passage to the abyss.

Saints John makes it clear this star has fallen, not like the angel of Revelation 18
Thread: I AM THE ANGEL OF REVELATION 18

Revelation 18
1 -- After this I saw another angel coming down from heaven, having great authority, and the earth became illumined by his splendor.
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The fallen angel John speaks of was given the key for the abyss (Abaddon) -- the teachings of Azazel. The beast that comes up from the abyss and is headed for destruction (Rev.17:8) will be demonically reanimated after a failed attempt made on his life by using certain teachings of Azazel by this Fallen angel. Slick devil.




Revelation, Chapter 9
2 -- It opened the passage to the abyss, and smoke came up out of the passage like smoke from a huge furnace. The sun and the air were darkened by the smoke from the passage.
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The verse confirms that little horn although spoken of as the second beast is also in actuality the first beast (Europe) who wages the war of 2012 on the USA (harlot) on the consult of the Fallen angel and the teachings of Azazel.




The following verse is the clincher:

Revelation 13
3 -- I saw that one of its heads seemed to have been mortally wounded, but this mortal wound was healed.

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Revelation 17
11 -- The beast that existed once but exists no longer is an eighth king, but really belongs to the seven and is headed for destruction.
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This eighth king was learning the teachings of Azazel by that Fallen angel when he was occupying the position as the seventh king, and in the process of his education the sixth seal is opened and the war of 2012 is waged where the beast (Europe) burns the harlot (USA) with fire (nukes) darkening the sun. The Harlot attempts to assassinate the Beast probably the President of the European commission who receives the deadly head blow but demonically survives to fulfill scriptures and become the eighth king of the above verse.

The rest of Chapter 9 leading to the eleventh verse are just the confetti & tinsel that come with the sixth seal.

11 -- They had as their king the angel of the abyss, whose name in Hebrew is Abaddon and in Greek Apollyon.
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In Hebrew, Abaddon translates to a place of destruction (Abyss), example: Sheol and Abaddon lie open before the LORD how much more the hearts of men! (Prov. 15:11)


-- Who is coming up from the abyss and headed towards destruction?

Answer: The Second Beast -- little horn.

Revelation 17
8 -- The beast that you saw existed once but now exists no longer. It will come up from the abyss and is headed for destruction, The inhabitants of the earth whose names have not been written in the book of life from the foundation of the world shall be amazed when they see the beast, because it existed once but exists no longer, and yet it will come again.


-- Who is the one who destroyed the first World and brought about the Flood?

Answer: Azazel.

(1)Enoch 10
4-- And again the LORD said to Raphael: 'Bind Azazel hand and foot, and cast him into the darkness: and make an opening

5 -- in the desert, which is in Dudael, and cast him therein. And place upon him rough and jagged rocks, and cover him with darkness, and let him abide there for ever, and cover his face that he may

6 -- not see light. And on the day of the great judgement he shall be cast into the fire.

7 -- And heal the earth which the angels have corrupted, and proclaim the healing of the earth, that they may heal the plague, and that all the children of men may not perish through all the secret things that the

8 -- Watchers have disclosed and have taught their sons. And the whole earth has been corrupted

9 -- by the effects of the teaching of Azazel. To him therefore ascribe the whole crime.
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The Beast (little horn) with the False Prophet (man of sin) will have the inhabitants of the World believe that the LORD is not the King of kings and CREATOR because Azazel has been freed from the desert (abyss) where he was once buried awaiting Judgement.

This Fallen angel will most probably be made public and say he is Azazel -- DO NOT BELIEVE IT

Upon this revelation the Great Falling away occurs when the False Prophet makes certain papal disclosures about Christianity and Judaism that will deceive the inhabitants of the World.

God's people go underground and learn how to call upon the LORD of hosts by using the Covenant (BoE) and the Ancient of Days gives them victory whereby the holy ones of the Most High go on to build the new Temple where the Son of man comes down to Judge and reign for all eternity. Amen!

Thread: Alleluia '2' those who will be 'Left Behind' -- The righteousness of the Ancient of Days will not forsake you!
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Re: REVELATION (6) FIFTH SEAL -- OPENED!
This is not a god of love????.This is mans words, do you really think GOD thinks this way???????.

Please, DON'T BUY INTO THE FEAR!!!!!!!!!!, That's exactly what they want you to do.

They?

Who's they?

-- The Apostles that were murdered/martyred?

-- Jesus that was crucified?


Who's they?

-- The roman Governor's (Pilot) letters to Caesar accounting the events?


Who's they?

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"They" is you and others just like you....... just saying ;)
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Re: REVELATION (6) FIFTH SEAL -- OPENED!
Revelation, Chapter 9
1 -- The fifth trumpet, and I saw a star that had fallen from the sky to the earth. It was given the key for the passage to the abyss.


this made me think of the Norway Blue Spiral......
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Re: REVELATION (6) FIFTH SEAL -- OPENED!
This is not a god of love????.This is mans words, do you really think GOD thinks this way???????.

Please, DON'T BUY INTO THE FEAR!!!!!!!!!!, That's exactly what they want you to do.
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They?

Who's they?

-- The Apostles that were murdered/martyred?

-- Jesus that was crucified?


Who's they?

-- The roman Governor's (Pilot) letters to Caesar accounting the events?


Who's they?

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"They" is you and others just like you....... just saying ;)
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 867375

I didn't write Scriptures, I'm just quoting them.

So then, who's they?

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When New Testament writers refer to "Holy Scripture"
they refer to the Old Testament, not their own writings.


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When New Testament writers refer to "Holy Scripture"
they refer to the Old Testament, not their own writings.


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Those writers were the Apostles, and yes they too referred to what I quote from, the Covenant of it all -- Book of Enoch

The book of Revelation is the last book (omega) of these end times. If you want to understand the prophetic events unfolding you will need to understand the first book, the Covenant of it all. Book of Enoch (alpha).

The Book was once in the bible only later removed by the beast-system. Alpha-Omega

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Re: REVELATION (6) FIFTH SEAL -- OPENED!
This is not a god of love????.This is mans words, do you really think GOD thinks this way???????.

Please, DON'T BUY INTO THE FEAR!!!!!!!!!!, That's exactly what they want you to do.
----------

They?

Who's they?

-- The Apostles that were murdered/martyred?

-- Jesus that was crucified?


Who's they?

-- The roman Governor's (Pilot) letters to Caesar accounting the events?


Who's they?

bump bump



"They" is you and others just like you....... just saying ;)

I didn't write Scriptures, I'm just quoting them.

So then, who's they?

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Those of you who spread the fear and "hearsay".... do you know what hearsay is? You are a part of "they".....
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I didn't write Scriptures, I'm just quoting them.

So then, who's they?

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Those of you who spread the fear and "hearsay".... do you know what hearsay is? You are a part of "they".....
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So basically all the Prophets and the Apostles, okay thanks. hf
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The white horse appeared with its rider carrying a bow and no arrow.....
Maitreya is making his appearance and will come speaking peace but eventually wage war.
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These events have brought us to this incredeble moment we live in!




Revelation[4:7] And the first beast was like a lion, and the second beast like a calf, and the third beast had a face as a man, and the fourth beast was like a flying eagle





[6:1] And I saw when the Lamb opened one of the seals, and I heard, as it were the noise of thunder, one of the four beasts saying, Come and see.
[2] And I saw, and behold a white horse: and he that sat on him had a bow; and a crown was given unto him: and he went forth conquering, and to conquer.
[3] And when he had opened the second seal, I heard the second beast say, Come and see.
[4] And there went out another horse that was red: and power was given to him that sat thereon to take peace from the earth, and that they should kill one another: and there was given unto him a great sword.
[5] And when he had opened the third seal, I heard the third beast say, Come and see. And I beheld, and lo a black horse; and he that sat on him had a pair of balances in his hand.
[6] And I heard a voice in the midst of the four beasts say, A measure of wheat for a penny, and three measures of barley for a penny; and see thou hurt not the oil and the wine.
[7] And when he had opened the fourth seal, I heard the voice of the fourth beast say, Come and see.
[8] And I looked, and behold a pale horse: and his name that sat on him was Death, and Hell followed with him. And power was given unto them over the fourth part of the earth, to kill with sword, and with hunger, and with death, and with the beasts of the

The first beast was introduced by a lion, he was given authority to conquor the known world...The first horseman is Mohamad...the birth of islam, which becomes dorment for a long period of time only to wake up again as the fourth horseman. Muslims agree that Mohamad is the first horseman, when you have the first piece of any puzzle the remaining pieces seem to fall into place easily.

The second horseman is introduced by , not a cow not a bull but by a CALF, the first born. This horseman is given authority to make all the earth to war....This second horseman is WW1

The third horseman is introduced by the face of a man, there is global famine and rationing...Who do you think of when you consider WW11

The fourth horseman is introduced by ...something like a flying eagle...
1/4 of the earth is given to them....9/11 was the day the Islamic union was effectively formed...The beast that was and was not....NOW IS!!

This is the map of the Islamic union, this map represents 1/4 of the earth as described in Revelation.

[link to www.jihadwatch.org]

ISLAM COMES TO LIFE AGAIN

RE-AWAKENED 9/11 2001 ….

Run for you life if you are not being taught by The Holy Spirit

Are you are aware, that our redeemer lives? Please, turn to Jesus Christ, repent and find forgiveness for all your sins. Amen

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