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West Coast earthquake warning (hoax?)

Jan 18, 2016

[NOTE: This report is being contradicted by other sources, including the National Weather Service. See the update at the bottom of the article.]

There is a possibility of an earthquake or tsunami that could hit the coast of Oregon soon. Along the Juan de Fuca tectonic plate under the ocean off the coast, the water suddenly dropped 4 feet, indicating a shift in the plates on the ocean floor. The last time this occurred, there was a 9 Richter earthquake that brought a tsunami as much as ten miles inland along the coast.


“This means a Tectonic Plate in the Ocean named the "Juan de Fuca Plate" has made a sudden, eastward movement and slipped beneath another Tectonic Plate named the "North American Plate." This type of event is usually followed by a massive upward movement of the North American Plate causing a very severe earthquake.

“In the year 1700, a similar movement of plates is believed to have been the cause of a Magnitude 9.0 earthquake, which devastated the west coast of north America, and generated an ocean Tsunami that washed inland upwards of ten MILES!....

“If such a thing were to happen today, hundreds-of-thousands of people would be killed as a fifteen meter (45 foot) wall of water came ashore well inland passing Interstate 5 and destroying everything its path from the beach to Interstate 5.” 

The fact that this is being reported on January 17 makes it significant to me, because this is the anniversary of the Los Angeles quake in 1994 and the Kobe quake in 1995.

At the same time, a 3.0 Richter quake hit the Virginia-Maryland border about 45 miles NW of Washington D.C.


This may not be significant as an earthquake, but it might mean a lot more as a sign regarding Washington D.C. We have noticed for many years a prophetic connection between Washington state and Washington D.C.

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