Twin earthquakes rattle the globe on Spring Equinox

 
March 20, 2012 WORLDTwo major earthquakes have struck the world within 6 minutes of each other. The earthquakes were a deep 6.2 magnitude earthquake near Papua, Indonesia and a much more shallow 7.6 magnitude earthquake which struck about 17.5 km (10.9 miles) deep near Oaxaca, Mexico. The Mexico earthquake’s epicenter was about 186 km (115 miles) from the popular resort area of Acapulco.  –The Extinction Protocol
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3 Responses to Twin earthquakes rattle the globe on Spring Equinox

  1. Major quake. So much quaking in the earth and in the affairs of man. Lots of predictions for big quaking on Thursday March 22, with alignments in the sky and (some say) near passage of “big object”. Thursday is the Veiled Moon day, dark of the moon.

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  2. Sean says:

    Were those quakes on exact opposite sides of the earth???

    http://ccastel.free.fr/globe/run.htm?map=earthmap3kb&Submit=Make+the+world+go+round

    Check it out, to me it looks like it is…

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