Tuesday, June 21, 2011

062111.13.4--Message for Today: Deity, tsunami, earthquake, chaos


1.  If this documentary film, "What The Bleep Do We Know: Down The Rabbit Hole," with all the proven facts presented by various professionals in their field of studies, is true, then maybe we have to start looking for this Deity within ourselves.  (For some strange reason, I run into this movie two nights ago while I was doing my research on a special project--strange world!  This movie is a strong suggestion, and also my belief, that there is DIVINE BEING, out there, somewhere, managing the "Energy" that we shared with.)

2.  There shall be tsunami in the process... But (normally) tsunami would only happen as a result of an earthquake...  So, watch out for this...

3.  There shall be more chaos or people uprising...

4.  There shall be (more) Internet troubles, or phone/Internet communication issues...  (This message came in strong yesterday, but I had to post it today.  If this would happen, I hope we would not go back in time...)


Anonymous said...

Magnitude-6.7 quake hits Japan
Wed Jun 22, 7:22 pm ET

NEW YORK – A magnitude-6.7 earthquake rattled northeast Japan on Thursday morning, the U.S. Geological Survey reported.

It was the same area of the Pacific where a massive magnitude 9 quake hit on March 11, triggering a deadly tsunami. At least 23,000 people were killed or left missing in those disasters, which destroyed hundreds of homes, offices and factories in northeastern Japan.

The Japan Meteorological Agency issued a tsunami warning for Iwate Prefecture after the quake, but canceled it about an hour later.

The U.S. Pacific Tsunami warning center said that it did not expect a destructive Pacific-wide tsunami.

There were no immediate reports of damage or injuries in the quake that hit at 6:50 a.m. Thursday (2150 GMT Wednesday).

It was offshore from Honshu island, and was some 325 miles (524 kilometers) northeast of Tokyo, the USGS said. The quake was 19.9 miles (32 kilometers) deep.


Anonymous said...

Strong earthquake rocks Indonesia's Papua province
1 hr 49 mins ago

JAKARTA, Indonesia – A strong earthquake rocked parts of Indonesia's Papua province on Sunday, causing panic among residents but no immediate reports of damage or casualties.

Indonesia's Meteorology and Geophysics Agency said the magnitude 6.5 earthquake was centered about 53 kilometers (33 miles) northeast of Waren, a town on the northern coast of Papua island. It was followed by two strong aftershocks, the first of magnitude 5.3, the second of magnitude 5.5, the agency said.

The initial quake, with a depth of 132 kilometers (82 miles), caused residents in Serui to pour into the streets in panic, said Daud Yusuf of the agency's local office.

He said the tremor was also felt in nearby Biak island, and Enarotali town on the main island.

The U.S. Geological Survey put the initial quake's magnitude at 6.4 at a depth of 36.1 kilometers (22 miles).


Thrione said...

Magnitude-7.6 quake shakes Kermadec Islands

AP – 16 mins ago

NEW YORK (AP) — A powerful magnitude-7.6 earthquake rattled New Zealand's remote Kermadec Islands in the Pacific Ocean, the U.S. Geological Survey reported. It triggered a small tsunami that had New Zealand bracing for high waves.

The volcanic Kermadec Island peaks are a remote outpost that are generally uninhabited aside from a weather station and a hostel for visiting New Zealand scientists.

The 7:03 a.m. Thursday (1903 GMT Wednesday) quake was 29.8 miles (48 kilometers) deep, the USGS said.

The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center, a U.S. agency, issued a warning for possible tsunami damage in the Keramecs, Tonga and New Zealand but canceled it about an hour later. It said a tsunami measured at 2.2 feet (0.68 meters) was measured at Raoul Island in the Kermadecs.

The Kermadecs are about 570 miles (920 kilometers) south of Tonga, the nearest major island, and are 736 miles (1,185 kilometers) northeast of Auckland, New Zealand.

New Zealand's Civil Defense office warned people to stay off beaches and stay out of the water as long until the tsunami passed.

Auckland regional Civil Defense controller Clive Manly told Radio New Zealand it was not expected to cause damage inland: "You can get quite extreme currents -- so it is a threat to boats -- but at this stage we are not anticipating damage to land."