Emergency warning August 22 to September 6 East Japan may suffer great earthquake

Asian Holiday season "Ganesh Chaturthi" is upcoming however there is huge threats also  possibly coming to Japan and around asia soon..

The large earthquake of Sichuan and Japan interlock, ultra-cautionary before and after the total solar eclipse!
On the evening of August 8, a massive earthquake of M 7.0 occurred near Jiuzhaigou (China) in Sichuan Province, China. This great earthquake named Jiuzhaigou Earthquake is the full moon and also corresponds to the timing of the partial lunar eclipse. As I have pointed out for some time, a large earthquake occurred during the astronomical phenomenon that lasted from the lunar eclipse to the solar eclipse.

And as a result of analyzing the past data, the author noticed a certain shivering fact. Many similar large earthquakes occur in Japan before and after a major earthquake in Sichuan Province, China.

■ It is super danger to finish with the big earthquake of Sichuan Province, "Fire on the other side"
The epicenter of the Jiuzhaigou earthquake was close to Jiuzhaigou, the leading tourist destination in China. Jiuzhaigou is a nature reserve located in the northwestern part of Sichuan Province, Abba Tibetan Autonomous Region Jiuzhaigou County, and is also registered as a UNESCO World Natural Heritage Site. Its name is derived from the fact that there are nine Tibetan settlements (Yamabha) in the surroundings, well known for over 100 large and small lakes and mountains.
On the day of the earthquake occurrence, less than 40,000 tourists visited Jiuzhaigou, but 25 dead and 530 injured have been confirmed at this time. Many of them were due to damage to buildings and cliffs. One of the lake's "spark ocean" broke down, the lake water completely dried up, the lake bottom was exposed.

Jiuzhaigou Five Flower Sea image is quoted from "Wikipedia"
Well, it is not unusual for Sichuan to be hit by a major earthquake of magnitude larger than M6, but I have not seen many similar large earthquakes before and after the major earthquake in the ministry I felt something. Therefore, when I analyzed the past data in detail this time, it turned out that if a big earthquake occurred in either Sichuan or Japan, there was a tendency for an earthquake to occur in the other within about 3 months. Also in the same period, there are many cases where earthquakes are linked in the Pacific Rim region, such as the Philippines, Indonesia, Kamchatka Peninsula, Aleutian Islands. Below is a summary of cases in which large earthquakes (in principle M6.5 or higher, but in some cases including M6.0 or higher) are continuous in a relatively short period of time in China, Sichuan Province and Japan and in the vicinity.


■ Examples of Sichuan Province and Japan's Great Earthquake Interlocked
February 3, 1923: Kamchatka, Russia, M 8.8
March 24, 1923: Sichuan Province, M 7.3, 4,800 deceased
June 2, 1923: Offshore Ibaraki, M 7.1, maximum seismic intensity 4
September 1, 1923: Great Kanto Earthquake, M 7.9, maximum seismic intensity 6, 140,000 people dead or missing
September 1, 1923: Sagami Bay, M 7.3, maximum seismic intensity 5

September 2, 1923: off south east of Chiba Prefecture, M 7.3, maximum seismic intensity 5

March 3, 1933: Showa Sanriku earthquake, M 8.1, dead due to the tsunami 3 thousand missing people
19 June 19: Off the coast of Miyagi, M 7.1

August 25, 1933: Sichuan · Shige earthquake, M 7.5

April 28, 1935: Sichuan Province Moba earthquake, M6.0
July 11, 1935: Shizuoka earthquake, M6.4, maximum seismic intensity 6, 9 dead

October 18, 1935: Sanriku offshore, M 7.1

December 4, 1972: Hachijojima Toho-Oki earthquake, M 7.2, maximum seismic intensity 6
December 2, 1972: Mindanao, the Philippines, M 8.0

February 6, 1973: Sichuan Province · Wuhuou earthquake, M 7.9, 2,000 people dead

May 9, 1974: the Izu Peninsula Offshore Earthquake, M 6.9, 30 dead

May 10, 1974: Sichuan Earthquake, M 7.1, death to 1,400 people

January 19, 1981: Sanriku offshore, M7.0
January 19, 1981: Indonesia · Irian Jaya, M 6.7, 1,400 deceased

January 24, 1981: Sichuan province earthquake, M6.9

April 16, 1989: Sichuan · Baotong earthquake, M6.7

November 2, 1989: Sanriku, M 7.1, with tsunami

May 8, 2008: off Ibaraki prefecture, M 7.0, the maximum seismic intensity 5 less
May 12, 2008: Sichuan earthquake, M 8.0, dead / missing 87 thousand people
June 14, 2008: Iwate / Miyagi Nairiku Earthquake, M 7.2, 23 dead / missing people

July 24, 2008: Northern coastal area of ​​Iwate Prefecture, M 6.8, the maximum seismic intensity is less than 6

April 13, 2013: Around the Awaji Island, M 6.3, the maximum seismic intensity 6 or less
20th April 20th: Sichuan · Ya'an earthquake, M 7.0, more than 180 people dead
May 24, 2013: Okhotsk Sea, Russia, M8.4
October 15, 2013: Philippine · Bohol Island Earthquake, M 7.1, 183 deceased

October 26, 2013: Off Fukushima Prefecture, M 7.1

July 18, 2017: Aleutian Archipelago, M 7.8
August 8, 2017: Sichuan province, Jiuzhaigou earthquake, M 7.0
August 11, 2017: Off the northern part of Luzon, Philippines, M6.2
2017 X Month X day: Japan?

How about it? The tendency to understand by analyzing these data is that in the case that an earthquake occurs earlier in Japan, there are many cases that a large earthquake will occur in Sichuan Province in the very short time of within several days. Conversely, if an earthquake occurs earlier in Sichuan Province, it seems that there will be a tendency for large earthquakes to occur in Japan within a few months.

■ It can not explain scientifically, but it is happening in reality
I would like to leave it to the judgment of the reader whether the correlation of earthquake occurrence as mentioned above is "coincidence" or not. Personally, however, I feel that it can not be said that it is a coincidence that there are many cases that correspond only to this. However, it may be difficult to explain this seismically at the present time. Sichuan and Japan do not exist on the same plate.
In traditional theory, the epicenter of the Jiuzhaigou earthquake has been thought to be on the Eurasian plate (continental plate), but in recent new theory it is said to be on the Yangtze River plate or the Yangtze plate in the southern part of China. This plate is adjacent to the Oriental plate containing West Japan and the Okinawa plate including the Okinawa islands and may have mutually influenced in some way, but for now it is not to say that the truth is unknown Absent.

By the way, in the article on the 8th delivery, we emphasized that attention is especially necessary for the large earthquake on August 8 to 22, but the period during which the major earthquake is likely to occur is the total total of August 22 (US time 21st) Even after the solar eclipse (new moon), it will continue until the next full moon (September 6). And now, in light of the current situation that the M7 class earthquake is occurring in Aleutian Archipelago and Sichuan Province, it will soon be assumed that earthquakes of M 7 or more will occur even in the vicinity of Japan. Although it is difficult to locate somewhere in Japan, it seems that there are many cases occurring in eastern Japan than in western Japan when looking at past trends. To summarize the story, I would like you to be careful in the east between Japan from August 22 to September 6 (full moon), especially. What you can do to protect your family and loved ones is just to prepare as much as you can to cope with any major earthquake.



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