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Last 10 'felt' earthquakes in Israel

 
ThatOneSoldier
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Last 10 'felt' earthquakes in Israel
[link to seis.gii.co.il]

All under the Sea of Galilee,the lowest freshwater body on all the Earth.
They all occurred in July 2018, the first one on the 4th of July at 3:51 UTC.
I'll keep the list updated with all seismic activity around the land of Gennesaret and beyond.
Bless His Feet!
There was a recent earthquake under the Sea on October 28th that didn't make the list. Pay attention!

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Re: Last 10 'felt' earthquakes in Israel
The earthquake on Oct 28th was the last detected earthquake in Israel but was too small to feel.
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Re: Last 10 'felt' earthquakes in Israel
Take a look at 9 of the ten latest earthquakes. They make a circle.
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Re: Last 10 'felt' earthquakes in Israel
Take a look at 9 of the ten latest earthquakes. They make a circle.
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*latest felt earthquakes
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Re: Last 10 'felt' earthquakes in Israel
Nine is the number of judgement. The tenth earthquake was at Capernaum. (a.k.a. the town of Jesus)
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Interesting. Even the secular scientist admit the Dead sea rift was a "recent" event in the time line of history. I would say yes. It exploded in the Bible probably will again. Sodom and Gomorrah event to remind everyone God said, "thou shalt not" coming to a city near all of us.
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Re: Last 10 'felt' earthquakes in Israel
Interesting. Even the secular scientist admit the Dead sea rift was a "recent" event in the time line of history. I would say yes. It exploded in the Bible probably will again. Sodom and Gomorrah event to remind everyone God said, "thou shalt not" coming to a city near all of us.
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Yeah, the lowest rift on the face of the Earth. How could they know that? Hard to believe people think it's just a big coincidence.
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Re: Last 10 'felt' earthquakes in Israel
[link to seis.gii.co.il]
Found this link on the homepage of the Geophysical Institute of Israel. Apparently it's such anomaly they put a link to the map on the homepage. The homepage also happens to have the Sea of Galilee on the main map as the most recent 'felt' earthquake. Take a look, the link is towards the very bottom.


[link to seis.gii.co.il]
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Re: Last 10 'felt' earthquakes in Israel
Another earthquake under the Sea on Nov 10th
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Re: Last 10 'felt' earthquakes in Israel
bump
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Re: Last 10 'felt' earthquakes in Israel
Earthquake on Mt. Hermon on November 11th, the location that the fallen angels landed in the book of Enoch.