Copyright 01.05.2011 By CK Hunter, Videos Re-posted courtesy of Youtube.com
On April 18th 2008 there was a 5.2 earthquake in Illinois, reminding people living in the Midwest that the New Madrid fault can deliver a massive earthquake capable of catastrophic widespread damage. During the winter of 1811-1812 there were recorded several 8.0+ magnitude earthquakes in the same region. There was also a massive and devastating earthquake along the New Madrid fault in 1895.
Is the New Madrid fault now showing signs of stirring again?
Many citizen journalists are now reporting on this immense yet delicate zone of possible earthquake activity in America’s midsection, which covers a huge portion of the central and eastern United States. Noteworthy is the video report by Youtuber dwings7 from the ZETA Report on the New Madrid fault activity and the effect of Nibiru’s gravitational pull on the North American continent.
Potential property damage and loss of life in a New Madrid fault quake above a 5.0 could also be worsened by the geology of this immense region of America, especially the lower lying Louisiana and Mississippi states. Liquifaction from incessant land quivering during a very large quake can reduce the land surface to a kind of mass liquified quicksand, creating huge sinkholes and making recovery and rebuilding even more tedious after a large quake.
So what emerges is an odd relationship of connected dots between apparently unrelated geological events in America in recent years, picking up speed in the years just past the turn of the millennium in 2000. Even though our government and others are reticent to admit that there is some sort of planetoid, or planet, entering the edge of the solar system, amateur astronomers continue to insist Nibiru aka Planet X is out there, and numerous citizen journalist videos have recorded this “second sun”, as many now call Nibiru.
What does Nibiru have to do with earthquakes, sink holes, water spouting from trees, and bridges suddenly snapping while packed with cars?
Apparently quite a lot. Not only is our entire solar system now heating up due to the approach of Nibiru, [ not just earth, and there is ample science to prove this fact ], but the approach of Nibiru toward earth’s orbit around the sun is putting incredible stresses on existing fault lines in the earth and causing accelerated earth changes to appear everywhere. It’s the gravitational pull of Nibiru on the earth that is literally pulling at these fault lines and causing such a plethora of sudden new geological events. All of these events are a forewarning of even more severe earth changes to come. Emergency preparedness is a must for individuals, families and communities to be ready for the future and what it may hold.
Below is a collection of video news reports on the New Madrid earthquake fault line. It’s the largest earthquake fault line in North America, larger and potentially more devastating in a large earthquake [greater than 5.0 ] than the San Andreas fault in California. That may come as a surprise to many.
This page will be updated as new research comes in. Those living in the regions outlined in the two graphics below should take preparedness actions now to be ready in the event of a large scale earthquake originating in the New Madrid fault zone region shown below, which covers much of the south and midwest USA.
- New Madrid Earthquake Zone – Maybe? (authoron.wordpress.com)
- Counting Dead Blackbirds: Conspiracy Theories Abound In Arkansas (politicsdaily.com)
- Where earthquakes happens (wiki.answers.com)
- Video: San Francisco’s 1989 Earthquake from the CHP’s point of view (autoblog.com)
- Baja Earthquake Hits Parallel To San Andreas Fault (laist.com)
- Can Hurricanes Trigger Earthquakes? (wired.com)
- News From the Underground (time.com)
- Earthshaking possibilities may limit underground storage of carbon dioxide (scienceblog.com)
- WATCH: Michio Kaku Warns 5 Cities Of Enormous Pending Earthquakes (huffingtonpost.com)
- Doomsday Midwest Quake Predictions Overblown, Scientists Say (livescience.com)
- New Madrid earthquake threat worries Tennessee (knoxnews.com)
- Earthquake ‘swarm’ rattles Arkansas town and its residents (cnn.com)