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Is Japan the first casualty of the March 19th "SuperMoon"? Chaos, huge storms, earthquakes, volcanoes & more...

 
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Is Japan the first casualty of the March 19th "SuperMoon"? Chaos, huge storms, earthquakes, volcanoes & more...
An interesting article on the "SuperMoon", and the website of the astrologer predicting problems for March 19th.

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On March 19, the moon will swing around Earth more closely than it has in the past 18 years, lighting up the night sky from just 221,567 miles (356,577 kilometers) away. On top of that, it will be full. And one astrologer believes it could inflict massive damage on the planet.

Richard Nolle, a noted astrologer who runs the website astropro.com, has famously termed the upcoming full moon at lunar perigee (the closest approach during its orbit) an "extreme supermoon."

When the moon goes super-extreme, Nolle says, chaos will ensue: Huge storms, earthquakes, volcanoes and other natural disasters can be expected to wreak havoc on Earth. (It should be noted that astrology is not a real science, but merely makes connections between astronomical and mystical events.)

But do we really need to start stocking survival shelters in preparation for the supermoon?

The question is not actually so crazy. In fact scientists have studied related scenarios for decades. Even under normal conditions, the moon is close enough to Earth to make its weighty presence felt: It causes the ebb and flow of the ocean tides.

More at link:

[link to news.yahoo.com]

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Snip from Richard Nolle's website, address listed below:

Being planetary in scale, thereís no place on our home planet thatís beyond the range of a SuperMoon, so it wouldnít hurt to make ready wherever you are or plan to be during the March 16-22 SuperMoon risk window. That said, possible zones of special vulnerability may be indicated by astro-locality mapping this particular SuperMoon alignment. Among these are longitudinal meridian lines defining a swath of elevated risk running through North and Central America from Chicago at the eastern edge to Winnipeg and Mexico City on the west. This same longitudinal swath crosses the poles to sketch out a similar swath in Asia, through Siberia, eastern India, Bangladesh, Nepal, western China and Mongolia. In addition, horizon arcs sweep from New Zealand through the Pacific across to the Russian side of the Bering Strait, across Greenland and Iceland, and down through northern and western Europe and west Africa.

The March 19 SuperMoon is by far the most significant storm and seismic indicator this month, but itís not the only one. Lesser geocosmic shock windows also up the ante for unusually strong storms and moderate to severe seismic activity (including magnitude 5+ earthquakes, subsequent tsunami, and volcanic eruptions). These lesser windows include March 1-7 (surrounding the new moon on the 4th), March 23-26 (bracketing the lunar south declination peak on the 25th), and from late on the 31st on into early April.


[link to www.astropro.com]
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What or who is next???

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Yes, Astrologers knew this was coming.
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the sheep are in denial it could happen along our west coast, or they dont care, or perhaps blinded so they trully dont realize.

ive tried but they dont listen
Christians have had to face and realize their own sins, and feel compelled to try and help others as well.

This chant of Holier than thou is wrong and is taught by others making you think what is cool or acceptable to them.

The thought of "believe as i do" is strongly in an unbelievers life, because they feel they will be ridiculed by their friends.

Every falsehood a unbeliver weilds, is merely a reflection of the obstacles that unbeliever must face from his very own peers.

Unbelievers are the true followers, they are dedicated to fear of what other people think of them.

And because of this, they are ashamed of themselves, but wall themselves up to feel comfortable and safe, assuring themselves with rationality and laughter.

Which is insanity!
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I dont remember any catastrophes earthquakes etc of this magnitude 18 years ago ??

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I dont remember any catastrophes of this proportion 18 years ago ??
 Quoting: Fishy6


its an accumilation of many factors, the moon just adds to it or heralds to it rather. alot of occurences are well over due. scary scenario? its all been saved up for us till now and it all happens at once.
Christians have had to face and realize their own sins, and feel compelled to try and help others as well.

This chant of Holier than thou is wrong and is taught by others making you think what is cool or acceptable to them.

The thought of "believe as i do" is strongly in an unbelievers life, because they feel they will be ridiculed by their friends.

Every falsehood a unbeliver weilds, is merely a reflection of the obstacles that unbeliever must face from his very own peers.

Unbelievers are the true followers, they are dedicated to fear of what other people think of them.

And because of this, they are ashamed of themselves, but wall themselves up to feel comfortable and safe, assuring themselves with rationality and laughter.

Which is insanity!
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I dont remember any catastrophes earthquakes etc of this magnitude 18 years ago ??
 Quoting: Fishy6


[link to www.nwrfc.noaa.gov]
Great Floods of 1993.. for one.
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The Japanese quake is either the 3rd or 5th largest to occur, and due to the shallow epic center, as well as the quake hitting off an island, it is one of the worst in history.



I dont remember any catastrophes earthquakes etc of this magnitude 18 years ago ??
 Quoting: Fishy6
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SwordOfGideon, I don't believe all the "natural" disasters are coincidence, either.

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I dont remember any catastrophes of this proportion 18 years ago ??
 Quoting: Fishy6


its an accumilation of many factors, the moon just adds to it or heralds to it rather. alot of occurences are well over due. scary scenario? its all been saved up for us till now and it all happens at once.
 Quoting: Sword0fGideon
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The disasters are becoming more frequent and more intense.

Makes one very humble about our permanence on this planet.



I dont remember any catastrophes earthquakes etc of this magnitude 18 years ago ??
 Quoting: Fishy6


[link to www.nwrfc.noaa.gov]
Great Floods of 1993.. for one.
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Interesting;
"But Williams said there's no reason to believe that anything out of the ordinary -- aside from an especially big and bright full moon -- will take place next week. "There's nothing really special about this," he said. For starters, although the moon will be closer than it's been for 18 or 19 years, it will only be one or two percent closer. "It's nothing you could notice unless you made really accurate measurements," he said. "It's a few thousand miles closer, but as far as the moon's orbit is considered, that's nothing."

and;

"There were supermoons in 1955, 1974, 1992 and 2005," Paquette wrote. "These years had their share of extreme weather and other natural events. Is the Super Moon and these natural occurrences a coincidence?

"Some would say yes; some would say no," he added. "I'm not here to pick sides and say I'm a believer or non-believer in subjects like this, but as a scientist I know enough to ask questions and try to find answers."
[link to abcnews.go.com]

Oh well...

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Yes, Astrologers knew this was coming.
 Quoting: Edward M. Dew, (Alchemist)


I want to add that the Supermoon, is on the Eve of the March 20th Spring Equinox..

[link to masoncountydailynews.com]

Recall the MOON during the Winter Solstice experienced a Total Lunar Eclipse..and a 7.4 in Japan..

[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]

[link to www.bbc.co.uk]
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Since this year's SuperMoon is, according to the article, 1 to 2 percent closer to earth than normal, and we all know the effect of the moon on tides on earth, wouldn't it be logical to draw a conclusion which would embrace the notion that MORE "natural" events would occur during the time frame indicated?




Interesting;
"But Williams said there's no reason to believe that anything out of the ordinary -- aside from an especially big and bright full moon -- will take place next week. "There's nothing really special about this," he said. For starters, although the moon will be closer than it's been for 18 or 19 years, it will only be one or two percent closer. "It's nothing you could notice unless you made really accurate measurements," he said. "It's a few thousand miles closer, but as far as the moon's orbit is considered, that's nothing."

and;

"There were supermoons in 1955, 1974, 1992 and 2005," Paquette wrote. "These years had their share of extreme weather and other natural events. Is the Super Moon and these natural occurrences a coincidence?

"Some would say yes; some would say no," he added. "I'm not here to pick sides and say I'm a believer or non-believer in subjects like this, but as a scientist I know enough to ask questions and try to find answers."
[link to abcnews.go.com]

Oh well...

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Thanks for the additional info, Al_Ling!



Yes, Astrologers knew this was coming.
 Quoting: Edward M. Dew, (Alchemist)


I want to add that the Supermoon, is on the Eve of the March 20th Spring Equinox..

[link to masoncountydailynews.com]

Recall the MOON during the Winter Solstice experienced a Total Lunar Eclipse..and a 7.4 in Japan..

[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]

[link to www.bbc.co.uk]
 Quoting: Al_Ling 1296303
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Snip obtained from link below.

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Of course you can expect the usual: a surge in extreme tides along the coasts, a rash of moderate-to-severe seismic activity (including magnitude 5+ earthquakes, tsunami and volcanic eruptions), and most especially in this case a dramatic spike in powerful storms with heavy precipitation, damaging winds and extreme electrical activity. Floods are a big part of the picture in this case, although some of these will be dry electrical storms that spark fast-spreading wildfires.


[link to www.astropro.com]
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Yes, Astrologers knew this was coming.
 Quoting: Edward M. Dew, (Alchemist)


I want to add that the Supermoon, is on the Eve of the March 20th Spring Equinox..

[link to masoncountydailynews.com]

Recall the MOON during the Winter Solstice experienced a Total Lunar Eclipse..and a 7.4 in Japan..

[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]

[link to www.bbc.co.uk]
 Quoting: Al_Ling 1296303


Spring Equinox on the 20th has the Sun and Uranus in conjunction, both at 0 degrees Aries.
Japanese quake on the 11th as Uranus entered Aries to remain there for 7 years.
Uranus is triggering,full moon is in Virgo,28 or 29 degrees, I forget which.
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Here is a video GLP on the Supermoon GLP may be interested in viewing.



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BIG Moon tonight!
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Yes, Astrologers knew this was coming.
 Quoting: Edward M. Dew, (Alchemist)


I want to add that the Supermoon, is on the Eve of the March 20th Spring Equinox..

[link to masoncountydailynews.com]

Recall the MOON during the Winter Solstice experienced a Total Lunar Eclipse..and a 7.4 in Japan..

[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]

[link to www.bbc.co.uk]
 Quoting: Al_Ling 1296303


Some other strange coincidences:
The Bush Administration declared war on Iraq, March, 19th 2003.
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

March 20th 2003 during the Spring Equinox!

[link to articles.cnn.com]

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

President Obama calls for an end of war after 7+ years:
[link to www.foxnews.com]





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