Moon will be approximately 221,567 miles away from the Earth. 16,433 miles closer than the average distance of 238,000. It will also be a full Moon, rising in the east at sunset and will appear much closer to the Earth. As such, it is called a "SuperMoon" or a "Super Perigee Moon," meaning, the point in the orbit of the Moon, that is nearest to the centre of the Earth. This "SuperMoon" will be the biggest and closest to Earth, since the one that occurred in March of 1993, nearly 20 years ago.
According to astrologer, Richard Nolle, this celestial event is called an "Extreme SuperMoon." He believes that this occurrence will be characterized by a significant gravitational pull, with the creation of extraordinary variations in high and low tides that could transform ocean currents, resulting in dramatic changes in the distribution of heat and climatic conditions across the planet.
Nolle writes on his website AstroPro, “SuperMoons are noteworthy for their close association with extreme tidal forces working in what astrologers of old used to call the sublunary world: the atmosphere, crust and oceans of our home planet - including ourselves, of course. From extreme coastal tides to severe storms to powerful earthquakes and volcanic eruptions, the entire natural world surges and spasms under the sway of the SuperMoon alignment - within three days either way of the exact syzygy, as a general rule. SuperMoon solar eclipses tend to have a wider sphere of impact, extending roughly a week before and after the actual event. And other lunar extremes (of declination, for example) can extend the geocosmic stress window by a day or two here and there in any case.” - AstroPro.
If Nolle is correct in his prognosis, then the 9.0 magnitude that devastated Japan last week Friday would fit within that "sphere of impact." If you examine the U.S. Geological Survey's (USGS) compilation of the latest earthquake with magnitude 5.0 and greater over the last 7 days, a clear and consistent pattern of planetary tremors and seismic upheavals is revealed, especially along the Pacific Ring of Fire. Furthermore, we are also witnessing a rare occurence in the Southern Atlantic Ocean with the appearance of Sub-Tropical Storm Arani, a weather system with heavy rain and strong thunderstorms, reaching an height of nearly 10 miles and dropping 2 inches of water every hour.
|Sub-Tropical Storm Arani.|
|Massive Storm Over the Pacific.|
|Magnetic Filament on the Sun.|
Astrotometry of recent solar activity indicates a major seismic event is possible in the coming days. A disturbance associated with a moderately sized hole in the solar corona is expected to arrive around March 13th. Seismic adjustments will most likely occur in the hours before an associated increase in solar wind speed or in the wake of the disturbance. The fractal origin of the disturbance may indicate upcoming seismic activity near 40 degrees south latitude. A shock above 6.5 in magnitude is expected, an event over 6.8 in magnitude is considered likely, and an earthquake over 7.8 in magnitude is thought to be possible because of potentially complimentary trajectories of coronal mass ejections. Regions which could be effected, ordered by matches to known correlative criteria: Latitude correlation with seismically active regions, form similarity with the disturbance, and recent seismic activity may indicate the south Pacific islands near New Zealand. Latitude correlation with seismically active regions, and mirrored form similarity with the disturbance, may indicate southern South America. The location of the event is unknown. Already elevated solar wind speeds may indicate the event will more likely occur in the later days of the watch. The most likely days for the event are March 13th, 18th and 19th 2011.
Bryant mentions the Pacific in his update and the geologist Jim Berkland is also concerned about the Ring of Fire encircling the entire Pacific Ocean. Speaking in an interview with Neil Cavuto on Fox News, he said the following:
...we are having on the 19th of this month not only the full moon, but within an hour the closest approach of the moon to the earth until the year 2016. The next day is the equinoctial tides. So you're bringing together three of the maximum tide raising forces. We know about the ocean tides. But there is also an Earth tide. And there is a tide in the ground water. All of these help to release sudden, built up strain, and cause earthquakes... what I call a seismic window, this top seismic window in years is developing between the 19th and 26th of this month. And this was 7.0 monster and it says geologist had warned about it. And a week earlier, the they were talking about the tides, not to worry about the really tides coming up. I think there is worry here too...
|Ed Dames' map of the next "Big One."|
Incidentally, the astrologer Dr. Louis Turi also appeared on the same program on the same night, and he declared that there will be an upcoming crisis related to the astrological "Tail of the Dragon" and that a "Window of Death" would occur between March 20th to 22nd. Turi believes that this will affect America tremendously and will bring about similar and shocking disasters as was seen in Japan, with the high possibility of mega-quakes,tsunamis and volcanoes.
In addition, I received the following map from Helen Sanderson, a dear friend and source. According to her, it is essentially a composite of information given to alien abductee Ann Walker in her 2003 book "The Messenger, The Messiah." Walker's book deals with extraterrestrial artefacts, spaceships and predictions for Earth changes before and after 2012. In earlier extracts from her book, she happen to have predicted last year's volcanic eruptions in Iceland and the fragility of the coastlines of Japan and California.
|Ann Walker's map of Safe Zones and Earth Changes.|
|District of Columbia Seal.|
This makes perfect sense, if you are a student of symbolism. Have a look at the seal for the District of Columbia. Do you notice that on the right of the seal, the Capital Dome and the resting of Washington D.C. is submerged under water. On the left, a new Sun rises, as a New World Order emerges following the cataclysmic chaos. I need not go into theories about the murals of the Denver Airport and the Georgia Guidestones, but this should give you another perspective of the foreshadowing represented in the signs and symbols around you.
Speaking of the Sun, It should be noted that in their respective analysis, Berkland, Bryant and Dames references what is happening with the Sun and the effects on the magnetosphere. Have a look at the twisted patterns of the following simulation of the magnetic field.
To be forewarned is to be forearmed.
UPDATE: LANDSLIDES, SINKHOLES, STORMS AND SONIC BOOMS!
Here are several stories of Earth changes that might be pointing towards this imminent disaster in America.
A landslide near the small town of Somis in Ventura County in California forced the evacuation of a residence and several horses. According to the Ventura County Star, a piece of land about 200 yards long and 100 yards deep moved downhill about 100 feet on a ranch located in the 7600 block of Bradley Road. A residence and 63 horses were being moved. The landslide started around 6:30 a.m. A local property manager reported seeing trees falling and sliding on a hillside and contacted the Fire Department. The cause of the landslide was not immediately known.
MYSTERY LAND COLLAPSE IN VENTURA COUNTY!
Of course, this comes just days after a huge chunk of the famed scenic California highway fell into the Pacific Ocean, following a landslide.
Elsewhere in northern California, a powerful winter storm unleashed a small tornado that tore the roof off a business and bringing heavy snow to the Sierra Nevada that was blamed for a fatal chain-reaction crash on Interstate 80.
STORM POUNDS NORTH CALIFORNIA!
The afternoon crash in the mountains 70 miles east of Sacramento involved at least six big rigs and nearly 40 vehicles overall, the California Highway Patrol said. A man who appeared to be in his 60s was found dead. Placer County Sheriff's Sgt. Ed Clark identified the victim Saturday as Douglas Swasey, an Auburn-area resident in his late 60s. The California Highway Patrol said that Swasey was killed in the Friday afternoon crash after stepping out of his truck to either put chains on or try to get it free. The crash occurred on the interstate's westbound lanes. More than a dozen other people were transported to hospitals with minor to moderate injuries. Numerous spinouts also prompted authorities to close the eastbound lanes of I-80. The highway was reopened by Saturday morning. Other motorists called police to report they were trapped but uninjured. "They're still pulling things apart to figure out what's where and get the cars moved," Fouyer said three hours after the crash near Yuba Gap, a popular weekend sledding destination. One victim was critically injured and 20 had moderate injuries, said Daniel Berlant, spokesman for the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection. The storm brought driving rain at lower elevations. The National Weather Service issued a flood watch for much of the Central Valley through Sunday and a winter storm warning through early Saturday for the Sierra, where as much as 3 feet of snow was predicted by Saturday. Another storm expected to pack a similar wallop was forecast to hit a wider swath of the state on Sunday, with high water levels projected as far south as San Diego. - Herald Extra.In Arizona, a sinkhole shuts down Glendale intersection.
24 FOOT WIDE SINKHOLE IN ARIZONA!
The Maricopa County Flood Control District is repairing a 24-foot-wide sinkhole at a major Glendale intersection that had construction experts scratching their heads as to why the chunk of pavement collapsed 10 feet deep. Northbound lanes on 67th Avenue at Camelback Road were shut down as soon as experts examined the sinkhole. They found the dirt inside was wet but that piping under the intersection was dry. "Usually, the dirt in the desert is dry, but they'd dig here and find mud. They said, 'Something's not right here,' " district spokesman Joe Munoz said. They eventually found irrigation pipes nearby that were old and leaking. The water had leaked from those pipes, which were almost 50 years old, and converged at the sinkhole area. Heavy rainfall late in February eventually led the pavement to collapse into a sinkhole. - Arizona Republic.In Georgia, another 24-foot wide sinkhole opened up on Highway 16, for the second time in a month.
24 FOOT WIDE SINKHOLE IN GEORGIA!
DOT spokesman David Spear said the sinkhole developed about 2:30 a.m. and workers finished filling the hole about 2:30 p.m. Friday. Crews had to excavate about a 24-foot by 24-foot section, then slowly build back up to fill the sinkhole. The road will remain closed until about 9 a.m. today because of the amount of asphalt workers had to put in. “The asphalt needs time to cool and harden,” Spear said. Until then, traffic is being detoured to Highway 27, Interstate 20 and Highway 100. “We run into these every once and a while,” Spear said. DOT had to fill a sinkhole at the same location about a month ago. Spear explained that the previous sinkhole was below the one that developed Friday. He said crews put grout in to fill up the previous sinkholes and did not realize there was a void on top of it that would later develop into the one Friday. The root cause of the problem hasn’t been determined, but sinkholes are sometimes caused by runoff moisture, poor drainage or underground streams, according to Spears. Sinkholes can also be caused by voids or vacuums under the soil. - Times Georgian.In Florida, the ground reportedly was shaking and rumbling shakes, but it wasn't a earthquake? What was it?
GEOLOGIST: SHAKING WASN'T FLORIDA EARTHQUAKE?!
WFTV.Incidentally, on March 4th at about 9:15 AM, a mystery shaking rattled homes and nerves in Central California. No earthquake was registered on any USGS reporting equipment either, but over 70 calls came in to 911 reporting the rattling. What's more, 12 hours earlier, residents in Orange County felt a similar rattling. A sonic boom was also reported on February 15th in the area of the Texas Fireball. On Monday, March 7, Newark Police in Ohio, were investigating the cause of a mysterious noise after multiple people reported hearing it and feeling it. According to the Columbia Basin Herald, a mysterious boom was heard in Moses Lake on Saturday, March 12 at about 8:30 PM, with authorities still baffled as to what caused it. On Monday, March 14th, residents in Charleston in South Carolina reported loud booms as well.