Monday, April 4, 2016


In my March 29th post, I posted a link to a YouTube by Michael and Miranda Snyder that noted the possibility of a large earthquake (8.0 or even 9.0) around March 29-31 because of the planetary alignment of Mercury and Uranus, possibly at the Cascadia subduction zone.

Thankfully, this did not happen. Interesting to note however, that several large quakes of 6.2 to 7.2 over April 1st, April 2nd, and April 3rd, and they occurred in multiple places around the 'Ring of Fire,' just note at Cascadia. That will be an absolute nightmare should that ever happen.

Four major quakes in first 3 days of April after a quiet March

BPEarthWatch also comments on the earthquakes since April 1st AS WELL AS shows some very interesting images of how Comet ISON affected the sun and the planet Mercury in its approach to the sun.

Multiple 6 plus earthquakes

Also of interest was a new report on MARCH 29 from USGS about the possibility of potentially serious earthquakes in the middle of the U.S.

New report warns of serious earthquakes in the Midwest (CBS)

Staying with 'new reports' and 'potentially serious problems,' after all these years of 'Planet X' being dismissed as fringe sci-fi, . . . yep, 'new report' notes that some scientists have been looking for it all along, and think they have found it although scientists are calling it 'Planet Nine' instead of 'Planet X,' . . .

Planet Nine Or Planet X? New Evidence Of A Mystery Object On The Periphery Of Our Solar System

and yep, it could cause 'potentially serious problems.'

Study links periodic mass extinctions to "Planet X"

Scientists are saying that one of the problems that Planet X may be causing is that it occasionally 'bumps' objects in the outer areas of our solar system causing them to shoot our way. Scientists are saying that maybe that's why we get comets on occasion. What we all know is that, on occasion, objects in our solar system do bump into each other.

Like . . .

MARCH 30, Large asteroid impacts Jupiter

And here is another article on the Temple of Bel:

'Temple of Baal' to go up in New York, London