Friday, March 18, 2011

Catastrophic Earthquake Predicted for California March 20-25th, 2011

In a follow-up to my recent post The Ring of Fire Is Coming Alive, a few very reputable sources are predicting a catastrophic earthquake within the next few days for California.  Based on the evidence of recent fish die offs and beached whales in San Francisco, not to mention the San Andreas fault's due for a large earthquake at any time,  there's a strong possibility it will take place in either Los Angeles or San Francisco.


Former USGS geologist Jim Berkland, who predicted the 1989 San Francisco quake to the day, predicts a new date for California earthquake of March 20-25th, 2011

Along with Mr. Berkland's prediction, a Russian scientist also made a similar one on the day prior to the Japan earthquake.
A new report released today in the Kremlin prepared for Prime Minister Putin by the Institute of Physics of the Earth, in Moscow, is warning that the America’s are in danger of suffering a mega-quake of catastrophic proportions during the next fortnight (14 days) with a specific emphasis being placed on the United States, Mexico, Central America and South American west coast regions along with the New Madrid Fault Zone region. 
Posted by EU Times on Mar 10th, 2011 Link to Article

This is a very compelling video about all the crazy stuff that's been happening prior to an apocalyptic 2012 including the aforementioned catastrophic earthquakes in the United States.

People who live in Los Angeles should consider heading inland for a few days to avoid the coming radiation and potential earthquake. As for myself, my sixth sense doesn't tell me of any coming earthquake in San Francisco.  The birds sing every morning and haven't taken off.  They say birds are a good sign of an impending earthquake because they leave the area so I've heard.  Pets behavior can also hold hints of an impending earthquake.

Los Angeles would be a horrible place to be trapped in, I hope people get a chance to leave the city should there be a large earthquake.