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#1 simple simon

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Posted 23 July 2011 - 11:28 PM

I dont wish anyone ill, and that includes *egg on face* but I'd rather that this did not come to pass.

Simon




Friends,

This is a reminder, with more details, as follow-up to my previous
report about the upcoming 9.5 Mega-Quake to strike Japan during this Sunday
night July 24-25 (Japan time).

This Sunday's July 24-25 Great Quake of 9.5-magnitude (with
accompanying super-tsunami) will tie the world record for the largest-ever
earthquake.

(That other world-record earthquake was in 1960 in Chile: the Valdivia
(Great Chilean) Earthquake. Details of what the effects were like of that
Valdivia 9.5 Earthquake (also along a coastline) can be found below * ).

The time when this Super-Quake will strike Japan is now indicated to be
between 8 pm Japan Standard Time, Sunday (July 24) and 3 am Monday (July
25), with the greatest probability being the 12:00 midnight hour between
Sun. and Mon. Note that 12 midnight Japan Standard Time is equivalent on the
U.S. West Coast to 8 am PDT tomorrow (Sunday), on the U.S. East Coast to 11
am EDT, in London, UK to 4 pm BST, and in Greenwich Mean Time/UTC to 15:00
hrs.

I have taken the energy reading of the upcoming July 24 Japan Great
Quake and pinpointed its location.

The July 24-25 Earthquake's epicenter will be in the Pacific Ocean 100
km (62 miles) off-shore east of Minamisanriku, a village along the northeast
coast of Japan's main Honshu Island, and 60 km (37 miles) northeast of
Sendai.

The Big One (9.5) IS going to occur Sunday night July 24 (Japan time),
IS going to generate a bigger Tsunami than the one in March, and all that
combined quake-tsunami chaos will strike when people are asleep, it is pitch
dark outside, and the few lights on will no doubt go out. Terrifying it will
be.

Concerns about the Fukushima nuclear-plants complex are well founded.
And the Fukushima complex will finish being destroyed/self-destructing
after this Great Quake and Tsunami. Also, "ground-zero" Minamisanriku is
only 25 km (15 miles) north of the Onagawa nuclear power plant, already
somewhat damaged by that March 11th monster quake which severely damaged
several nuclear reactors at the Fukushima nuclear power plant complex. And
this July 24-25 Mega-Quake will be five times as strong! The Japanese
Government should shut down the Onagawa nuclear plant that weekend as a
precaution.

The July 24-25 Quake will cause ground shaking 5 times as strong as on
March 11. Since Tokyo is only 320 km (200 miles) southwest of the epicenter,
Tokyo can expect to receive some damage this time.

There will also be resulting tsunamis very much larger than those on
March 11th . For some idea of the scale of potential tsunami effects, see
the description of tsunamis created by the other 9.5 Great Quake, in Chile
51 years ago (below)*.

This July 24-25 Quake will be caused by a larger tectonic plate movement
than caused the earlier quake on March 11th: the violent sudden subduction
of the Pacific Plate edge under the Okhotsk Plate that Japan rests on, with
additional pressure provided by the Philippine Sea Plate at the area's
triple-convergence zone.

How can people on Honshu Island, Japan prepare for the truly Big One
coming this weekend?

They have had a learning experience from the Match 11th quake. All the
prudent precautions one takes in a major earthquake are in order. Since the
timing of this 9.5 Quake is known, if I were living on northern Honshu, I'd
make sure not to be in, or sleep in, a building made of rigid unyielding
structure such as masonry or steel that weekend. Near the epicenter, even
being in a wooden house might not be safe enough. One can always sleep
outside that weekend; it'll be warm.

Then there is also the issue of the much larger tsunamis coming this
time. Using the 1960 Valdivia 9.5 Quake as a model, it generated local tidal
waves 25 meters (82 ft) high. But in the March 11 Japan 9.0 Quake, tsunami
heights varied widely depending on topography, and ranged up to 30 meters
(100 feet) high. Since the upcoming July 24-25 Quake will be 5 times as
strong, even larger waves may be expected, and may travel farther inland.

Thus in addition to staying out of places subject to failure in the
earthquake, north Honshu residents would do well to stay away from low-lying
coastal areas that weekend.

As for other countries' citizens living near the Pacific, it would be
prudent to you too to look up the tsunami warning map put out by USGS 's
Pacific Tsunami Warning Center right after that July 23rd Quake hits, at:
<http://ptwc.weather.gov/?region=1> http://ptwc.weather.gov/?region=1. That
map will show you where a tsunami propagated from Japan could strike. And
this time the wave heights are likely to be much higher than on March 11th.
So, even people as far away as coastal Alaska, Hawai'i, the Pacific coasts
of North, Central, and South America, Australia (Queensland/Gold Coast), New
Zealand, Indonesia, and the Philippines should inform themselves about
potential oncoming risks.

This information is based on both information from Star Visitor
informants to my Team and me, and my own psychic information.

The people of Japan have been through a lot, but it's not over.

Let us all keep open a heart of compassion for all the Japanese (and
others) affected, and send them healing and supportive energy. Their trials
are continuing.

in service,

Richard Boylan, Ph.D., Councillor

Edited by simple simon, 23 July 2011 - 11:30 PM.

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Posted 23 July 2011 - 11:59 PM

I dont wish anyone ill, and that includes *egg on face* but I'd rather that this did not come to pass.

Simon




Friends,

This is a reminder, with more details, as follow-up to my previous
report about the upcoming 9.5 Mega-Quake to strike Japan during this Sunday
night July 24-25 (Japan time).

This Sunday's July 24-25 Great Quake of 9.5-magnitude (with
accompanying super-tsunami) will tie the world record for the largest-ever
earthquake.

(That other world-record earthquake was in 1960 in Chile: the Valdivia
(Great Chilean) Earthquake. Details of what the effects were like of that
Valdivia 9.5 Earthquake (also along a coastline) can be found below * ).

The time when this Super-Quake will strike Japan is now indicated to be
between 8 pm Japan Standard Time, Sunday (July 24) and 3 am Monday (July
25), with the greatest probability being the 12:00 midnight hour between
Sun. and Mon. Note that 12 midnight Japan Standard Time is equivalent on the
U.S. West Coast to 8 am PDT tomorrow (Sunday), on the U.S. East Coast to 11
am EDT, in London, UK to 4 pm BST, and in Greenwich Mean Time/UTC to 15:00
hrs.

I have taken the energy reading of the upcoming July 24 Japan Great
Quake and pinpointed its location.

The July 24-25 Earthquake's epicenter will be in the Pacific Ocean 100
km (62 miles) off-shore east of Minamisanriku, a village along the northeast
coast of Japan's main Honshu Island, and 60 km (37 miles) northeast of
Sendai.

The Big One (9.5) IS going to occur Sunday night July 24 (Japan time),
IS going to generate a bigger Tsunami than the one in March, and all that
combined quake-tsunami chaos will strike when people are asleep, it is pitch
dark outside, and the few lights on will no doubt go out. Terrifying it will
be.

Concerns about the Fukushima nuclear-plants complex are well founded.
And the Fukushima complex will finish being destroyed/self-destructing
after this Great Quake and Tsunami. Also, "ground-zero" Minamisanriku is
only 25 km (15 miles) north of the Onagawa nuclear power plant, already
somewhat damaged by that March 11th monster quake which severely damaged
several nuclear reactors at the Fukushima nuclear power plant complex. And
this July 24-25 Mega-Quake will be five times as strong! The Japanese
Government should shut down the Onagawa nuclear plant that weekend as a
precaution.

The July 24-25 Quake will cause ground shaking 5 times as strong as on
March 11. Since Tokyo is only 320 km (200 miles) southwest of the epicenter,
Tokyo can expect to receive some damage this time.

There will also be resulting tsunamis very much larger than those on
March 11th . For some idea of the scale of potential tsunami effects, see
the description of tsunamis created by the other 9.5 Great Quake, in Chile
51 years ago (below)*.

This July 24-25 Quake will be caused by a larger tectonic plate movement
than caused the earlier quake on March 11th: the violent sudden subduction
of the Pacific Plate edge under the Okhotsk Plate that Japan rests on, with
additional pressure provided by the Philippine Sea Plate at the area's
triple-convergence zone.

How can people on Honshu Island, Japan prepare for the truly Big One
coming this weekend?

They have had a learning experience from the Match 11th quake. All the
prudent precautions one takes in a major earthquake are in order. Since the
timing of this 9.5 Quake is known, if I were living on northern Honshu, I'd
make sure not to be in, or sleep in, a building made of rigid unyielding
structure such as masonry or steel that weekend. Near the epicenter, even
being in a wooden house might not be safe enough. One can always sleep
outside that weekend; it'll be warm.

Then there is also the issue of the much larger tsunamis coming this
time. Using the 1960 Valdivia 9.5 Quake as a model, it generated local tidal
waves 25 meters (82 ft) high. But in the March 11 Japan 9.0 Quake, tsunami
heights varied widely depending on topography, and ranged up to 30 meters
(100 feet) high. Since the upcoming July 24-25 Quake will be 5 times as
strong, even larger waves may be expected, and may travel farther inland.

Thus in addition to staying out of places subject to failure in the
earthquake, north Honshu residents would do well to stay away from low-lying
coastal areas that weekend.

As for other countries' citizens living near the Pacific, it would be
prudent to you too to look up the tsunami warning map put out by USGS 's
Pacific Tsunami Warning Center right after that July 23rd Quake hits, at:
<http://ptwc.weather.gov/?region=1> http://ptwc.weather.gov/?region=1. That
map will show you where a tsunami propagated from Japan could strike. And
this time the wave heights are likely to be much higher than on March 11th.
So, even people as far away as coastal Alaska, Hawai'i, the Pacific coasts
of North, Central, and South America, Australia (Queensland/Gold Coast), New
Zealand, Indonesia, and the Philippines should inform themselves about
potential oncoming risks.

This information is based on both information from Star Visitor
informants to my Team and me, and my own psychic information.

The people of Japan have been through a lot, but it's not over.

Let us all keep open a heart of compassion for all the Japanese (and
others) affected, and send them healing and supportive energy. Their trials
are continuing.

in service,

Richard Boylan, Ph.D., Councillor


*YEP,
...Been hearing about this 'prediction' over an accumulation of weeks now. Guess we don't have long to wait Simon. Not nice...if this new SHOCKING insult is added to the Japanese people and thier Geography/Nation/'S'


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Posted 24 July 2011 - 10:48 PM

*YEP,
...Been hearing about this 'prediction' over an accumulation of weeks now. Guess we don't have long to wait Simon. Not nice...if this new SHOCKING insult is added to the Japanese people and thier Geography/Nation/'S'


Well now, Japan has seen some quakes this weekend, but not this one.

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Posted 24 July 2011 - 11:18 PM

Just in... even more recent than my previous message... (no further comment from me)

Simon




Friends,

The Mega-Quake situation is, as I read its energy, that Gaia/Mother
Earth has been shifting the time-line for the 9.5 Mega-Quake to occur right
off-shore Japan from its original midnight (Japan) time. These shifts have
happened in stages. The intention of these shifts is to "buy time" for the
people of Japan to awake, get dressed, and go about their business in broad
daylight. Mother Earth/Gaia took compassion on the Japanese people and
determined not to have that monster quake (and tsunami) occur in the middle
of the night when it was pitch black and people were asleep and could not
get to safety easily.
In order to "buy" that merciful delay time, Gaia today twice released
some of the built-up pressure caused by the the Okhotsk tectonic Plate (that
Japan rests on) and its resistance to the subduction of the Pacific Plate
edge trying to move down under it.
Thus there have been two major quakes today near Honshu, Japan: a 5.1
magnitude quake right after midnight (Japan time) Monday, July 25, 2011 at
12:07 (the original time for the Big One to strike); and three hours later a
6.2 magnitude quake Monday, July 25, 2011 at 03:51:25 AM (Japan time),
(which is 11:52 am this morning US West Coast time.)
I have watched the 9.5-magnitude mMega-Quake's time-line shift, in
stages, several times during today.
The latest indication I read is that the 9.5 Mega-Quake will still
occur, but later, around the 9 am or 10 am hours of Monday morning in Japan.

In the U.S., this will be equivalent to the 5 or 6 pm hours today (U.S.
Sunday) on the West Coast, and the 8 or 9 pm hours on our East Coast. [In UK
that will be 11 pm or midnight BST, and 00:00 or 01:00 hrs. GMT/UTC.]

in the light,

Richard Boylan, Ph.D., Councillor

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