Researchers Picked Ch’Ch Earthquake
Evidence continues to accumulate – the heavens are a factor when it comes to large earthquakes. Occasionally an orthodox geologist will admit that full moons are a minor factor, and the recent research of myself and others point out that lunar eclipses are a factor as well.
Last week’s earthquake in Christchurch, New Zealand was the biggest there since the fatal quake back in February. It caused significant damage, and was predicted by two researchers who are making a name for themselves lately. In both cases the predictions are based on observations, rather than a solid scientific theory.
On live radio two days before the quake, New Zealander Ken Ring said:
I’m still expecting a bit of earthquake risk around, or on, Monday to come from that in the Christchurch to Wellington region, plus or minus a day or so.
Predicting the same quake was an Australian, thebarcaroller, who stated a 6.5 to 7.5 magnitude earthquake would hit Christchurch on June 13. He posted his prediction on YouTube one week before it occurred.
“Two significant alignments play a major role on this day with Earth-Sun-Mercury and Jupiter-Venus-Mercury,” the Barcaroller said.
“It is possible that we may have a volcanic eruption on this day or a significant or a 6.5 to 7.5 magnitude earthquake … best fit locations are Loyalty Islands or Christchurch, New Zealand.”
The quake that hit Christchurch on June 13 was a 6.3.
The YouTube channel of thebarcaroller has predictions every week, covering a number of potential epicenters, and explaining the factors involved such as sun spots, planetary alignments, Comet Elenin, radiation anomalies and the Earth’s magnetic field.
He says that similar Earth-Sun-Mercury alignments will happen a few more times this year, and they seem to be affecting New Zealand these days.