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Mar 11, 2011

8.9 Magnitude Earthquake in Japan

It looks like Mother Earth is on the verge of major transformations. Earthquakes, turmoil in various parts of the world, rising costs on virtually everything are among a few of the events shaking our lives.

Some time ago I was reading that Earth- which is a soul in a planetary body- has had about enough of the darkness brought by the third dimension and implicitly by the Illuminaties, and decided that it’s time to heal and move to the 4th and eventually the 5th dimensions. The move comes with a vibrational change; as a result, not everybody is going to be able to align himself to the new higher vibrations, and as a result, he would leave, die, vanish into oblivion. It’s been predicted that more and more disasters will occur: volcan eruptions, earthquakes, civic unrest.

A powerful earthquake of 8.9 magnitude hit at 5:45 GMT near the east coast of Honshu, Japan, on March 11, 2011.
The March 11 earthquake was preceded by a series of large foreshocks over the previous two days, beginning on March 9th with a 7.2 magnitude event approximately 40 km from the March 11 earthquake, and continuing with a further 3 earthquakes greater than magnitude 6 on the same day.
After the March 11 event, five powerful aftershocks of up to 7.1 magnitude occurred.The shock was so powerful it was felt as far away as Beijing. The Pacific Tsunami Warning Centre in Hawaii said a warning was in effect for Japan, Russia, Marcus Island and the Northern Marianas. Tsunami watches have been issued for Guam, Taiwan, the Philippines, Indonesia, Hawaii and the entire western coast of the US and Canada, from the Mexican border to Chignik Bay in Alaska.
The huge tsunami moves with a speed of 500 mph across the ocean and it’s expected to hit the western coast of the United States between 11 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. EST Friday. Evacuations were ordered in parts of Washington and Oregon, and fishermen in Crescent City, Calif., fired up their crab boats and left the harbor to ride out an expected swell.
Latin American governments ordered islanders and coastal residents to head for higher ground. First affected would be Chile’s Easter Island, in the remote South Pacific, about 2,175 miles west of the capital of Santiago, where people planned to evacuate the only town. Ecuador’s President Rafael Correa declared a state of emergency and ordered people on the Galapagos Islands and the coast of the mainland to seek higher ground.

Updates:
More than 45 countries were awaiting a request from Tokyo after offering to help Japan deal with a huge earthquake and tsunami, the United Nations said on Friday.

Some 68 search and rescue teams from 45 countries were on standby, but the United Nations was awaiting a green light from authorities in Japan to deploy, said Elisabeth Byrs of the U.N. Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) In the most concrete instance of immediate help, the U.S. Air Force flew coolant to the Fukushima nuclear plant to help deal with a potentially dangerous breakdown of the cooling system, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said. (Reuters)
Update on the situation in British Columbia from The Globe’s Ian Bailey:

There have been no significant waves off the northern tip of Haida Gwaii though a tsunami advisory remains in place for those islands, the west coast of Vancouver Island, the central coast and the northern coast, said Glen Plummer, a spokesman for the provincial emergency program.
“No damage has been reported in areas where the waves are coming in. Wave sizes are small and under a metre,” said Mr. Plummer.
He said officials are getting constant updates from the West Coast and Alaska Tsunami Warning Centre, a division of the U.S. government. “When they give us the all clear, we will proceed from there,” he said.

Tsunami alert update:
SINGAPORE – Tsunami warnings have been lifted for some densely populated Asia Pacific countries previously thought to be at risk after a huge earthquake that hit Japan on Friday, the U.S. Pacific Tsunami Warning Center (PTWC) and national officials said.
Earlier, the center issued a warning for the entire Pacific basin except mainland United States and Canada, and including Hawaii, and extending from Mexico down to South American countries on the Pacific.
Australia and New Zealand, which had been on an initial warning list, were later removed. The Joint Australian Tsunami Warning Centre confirmed there was no tsunami threat.
China, Indonesia and the Philippines lifted their tsunami alerts after Taiwan and the U.S. territory of Guam also said the threat of the massive waves had passed.
The tsunami was expected to head towards the Americas, where PTWC warnings were in effect for countries including Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Panama, Honduras, Chile, Ecuador, Colombia and Peru. (Reuters)


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