You may have noticed, there is a dramatic increase in world earthquakes. The last week there were approximately 168 on the World Map.. normal and quiet. It had been hovering around 200-220, still normal and quiet.
At the moment, there are more than 640 on the world map and they have been increasing EVERY DAY! They are happening all over the world, highlighted by the 7+ quakes in El Salvador and the Phillipines in this past week.. the M.6.6 in Indonesie..
M7.6 earthquake on Friday, Aug. 31 at 93 km E of Sulangan, Philippines
A massive earthquake (preliminary calculations 7.9 magnitude) occurred in the Philippines 120 km east of Samar Island on Aug. 31 Aug. The nearest city to the epicenter is Sulangan at 93 km (58mi) to the west. No major Tsunami, warning cancelled.
In next 90 minutes there were 6 strong M5+ aftershocks recorded by EMSC.
The M6.6 – 140km WNW of Tobelo in Indonesie and the M7.4 – 111km S of Puerto El Triunfo in El Salvador
The M6.8 on Aug. 30 – 99km (62mi) NW of Olonkinbyen, Svalbard and Jan Mayen, Norway
This quake is likely one of the of the largest Norwegian earthquakes on record.
A large earthquakes in Norway in 2008, a M6.2 reported in Svalbard.
The Oslofjord M5.7 earthquake of 1904 is the best known earthquake causing damage in Norway.
And last week more than THREE HUNDRED earthquakes hit southern California in massive ‘swarm’
More than 300 earthquakes have rattled the southern tip of California this weekend, destroying previous estimations that the most recent ‘swarm’ would die off after just 100.
The quakes were felt from Arizona to San Diego, though no injuries or extensive damage have been reported.
The largest quake, magnitude 5.5, struck at 8:57 p.m. on August 26, about three miles north-northwest of the small Imperial County farming town of Brawley.
Scientists weren’t yet sure what fault Sunday’s quake cluster was on, but it was near the 800-mile San Andreas Fault.
And according the latest updates, Japan’s government on Wednesday unveiled a worst case disaster scenario that warned a monster earthquake in the Pacific Ocean could kill over 320,000 people, dwarfing last year’s quake-tsunami disaster.
Tokyo’s casualty toll estimate was based on a catastrophic scenario in which a powerful undersea quake of about 9.0 magnitude sparked a giant tsunami that swamps Japan’s coastline south of Tokyo.
The Cabinet Office’s hypothetical disaster would see the quake strike at nighttime during the winter with strong winds helping unleash waves that reach 34-metre (110 feet), sweeping many victims away as they slept. Story continues here
The huge list of World Earthquakes can be found at: http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/map/
It seems there is an enormous amount of energy shifting throughout the entire Earth, right now.. and maybe something larger is looming which eventually affects us in some way.