Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Eclipse Related Earth Events (EREE)

On Monday, December 20, 2010 this post The Second Solstice Lunar Eclipse In 2000 Years Tonight, suggested the following:

Editor's note: The risk of earthquakes, volcanic eruptions and severe weather increases with the lunar eclipse and may extend through Christmas day...

Over the last eight days, significant events have occurred in each catagory:

51 Alaskan Isles Quakes , Odd Earthquakes Not Letting Up In Central Arkansas , 6.0-magnitude earthquake jolts Vanuatu , Aftershocks rumble New Zealand city

New Jersey's Christmas Quake , 7.6 earthquake hits in Pacific Ocean near Vanuatu , Magnitude 6.2 - NEAR ISLANDS, ALEUTIAN ISLANDS, ALASKA

76 - 5.0+ Magnitude Quakes Continue To Rock Japanese Region , MODERATE earthquakes have struck off two different coasts of Indonesia. , Iran Continues To Rock With 25 - 3.5+ Magnitude Aftershocks

Magnitude 7.4 Strikes Japanese Region- Tsunami Warning Issued , 6.5-Magnitude Quake Jolts Southeastern Iran

Karymsky volcano in Russia's Far East erupts again , Mount Bromo's eruption in Indonesia paralyzes tourism

Storm exiting D.C. while other East Coast cities have blizzard conditions , NWS: Significant Storm Is Really Anomalous , California rain shatters records, and more is coming

Looks like the dynamic relationship between the earth, eclipses and solar flares is manifesting itself globally in destructive ways.

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