Cluster eruption of large quakes off the coast of Japan

6.1  2011/03/22 09:44:30    39.863    143.436  16.4   OFF THE EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN
6.6   2011/03/22 09:44:30    39.863    143.436  15.5   OFF THE EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN
6.4   2011/03/22 09:19:06    37.334    141.861  27.0   NEAR THE EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN
6.6   2011/03/22 07:18:48    37.249    143.956  26.5   OFF THE EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN
(Above) Wave height anomaly near coast of Japan during time of quake showing ocean agitation by quake

   

Stress-break: The dynamics of the mounting tension between China (left) of the Eurasian plate and Japan (right) of the Pacific plate is reflected in the dense band of seismic activity seen on the latest seismograph readings. The tension we have been warning about for days has made an eruption. According to the latest reading, we see the sea-floor off the eastern coast of Japan is still buckling from a mega-thrust obstructive event. –The Extinction Protocol
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40 Responses to Cluster eruption of large quakes off the coast of Japan

  1. Laura says:

    Hi Alvin,
    Love your website have been following for weeks – Japan seems to be very active right now, do you still think its building up for something bigger?

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    • The geological clock is ticking for turbulence in the Pacific as the planet tilts more towards the spectrum of the catastrophic. The magma below the planet is stirring, forces are building, and tectonic plates are growing restless from the pressures though men do not discern a great season of change is upon us. More quakes will follow. As I have said before, the Japanese islands will eventually break-up and descend into the sea. The firey chasms that has ignited volcanoes on land will unleash their fury under the sea and the process which created the volcanic islands in the Pacific will reclaim many of them one by one.

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      • starrpianos@tesco.net says:

        Hi, I was particularly interested and fascinated with your comments. Just two quick questions for you.
        Might this break-up happen in a few years or might we see some activity in the coming months as a result of abnormal aftershocks. Finally with a major break-up and your suggestion that Japan may go into the sea as also predicted by Edgar Cayce many years ago,we can assume sea levels would rise within hours of a major sinking of such a large island as Japan. Any comments would be welcome.
        Peter London UK

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      • Peter, since this is a geological process——I cannot say when it will happen. Some islands in the Pacific will fail because of seimsic activity, others will be affected because of a volcanic firestorm that will engulf the islands. This events are likely to happen at the omega stage of this crisis, though some may happen prior to. Many islands in the Pacific were created by volcanic processes, and many currently straddle volcanoes or lie near volcanic arcs or trenches. 500 million people on the planet live in high-risk seismic zones. A significant loss of life should be expected if people are in harms way during an event. As volcanic activity increases, these areas will be perturbed. Since these are unprecedented events; they could involve an entire region—-so it would be speculative to try to pinpoint tsunami impact at this juncture. The regions will give clues; we must be willing to listen and not rest in the fact that this is just the planet doing its thing as it has always done.

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      • starrpianos@tesco.net says:

        Hi There, thanks so much for your forthright comments. I am sure I will fire another question or two later in the year.
        Warm Regards
        Peter UK

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  2. penny says:

    OMG The Exctintion Protocol, could this be leading up to another MEGA QUAKE?

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  3. Val says:

    do you have pics of these graphs at the time of the 9.0? These look intense, curious how they would have looked then.

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  4. Tina marie says:

    Alvin, I know that after a large quake there are many aftershocks, but they usually decrease in intensity. I read that because the aftershocks in Japan seem to be getting bigger, rather than smaller, it is a sign that perhaps the first large quake and subsequent large aftershocks were more like pre-shocks to a much larger quake coming. I wanted your opinion on this and was wondering if that has ever happened before?

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    • Yes, they usually decrease in intensity. And no, this has never happened before. It is not necessarily preshocks…it just means the seismic process tearing at the ocean floor is still kinetic…powerful, and very dangerous.

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  5. aquarianunicorn says:

    so does that mean that we should expect more to come? so the 5.0 mags on China here and there is because of the Japan plates still buckling? should we expect another megathrust in this plate or in the western part of the globe?

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  6. Michelle says:

    Alvin – just to say thank you for your fantastic website. I never cease to be amazed by what we are not being told by the regular media, especially with regard to the ceaseless, increasing earthquake and volcanic activity in certain parts of the world. Thanks to websites like yours, the truth is out there for those of us who intuitively discern that something isn’t right with our world, and are concerned enough to seek it out! Thanks again, Michelle (Ireland)

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  7. It’s a connection to the rattling of plates as a result of the quake.

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  8. Toddalan1 says:

    Yes, it seems like “mind trash” is all that the media is interested in reporting. I personally could care less how Justin Beiber is wearing his hair, how much stuff Lindsey Lohan has stolen. I want real news, things that really matter. How is a hair do or a crack head going to help us all when it comes time to be prepared for things? We can study and moniter this site and share information and know what to do. My heart goes out to those in Japan. Thanks again for sharing!

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  9. J Guffey says:

    Also, could someone please post the link for LISS? Thanks.

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  10. juliette says:

    keep up the good work. I really enjoy this site, very informative.

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  11. pamela says:

    great site, I follow it everyday.
    I just don’t know what to think about this monstrous disaster in Japan.
    It boggles the mind trying to take it all in.

    pamela

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  12. shawnta says:

    Wow…I have never seen the liss site before. Does Missouri always look do squiggly? ?

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  13. thegypsyman says:

    Here’s a question I hope can be answered with certainty. As I pulled up the link above I noticed this. “ata from station BILL (Bilibino, Russia)
    last updated at Tue 03/22/11 22:45 MDT (Wed 03/23/11 04:45 GMT)” the graph shows almost a fluctuated trend. What I mean is it almost looks like a normal seismic reading that’s been shaken like an etch-a-sketch. What’s this referred to as? The scattered lines that look like echoes of the main reading. Cheers

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  14. Sunnie says:

    Opps….I meant to say “What do feel is the biggest threat to humanity in the United States? Can anyone recommend a good website with ideas on stockpiling & emergency preparedness?

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    • Sunnie, the biggest threat to humanity is humanity. The fear, the complacency, falling apart in a crisis, denial, aggression. Unfortunately, the way many will deal with this crisis will be the defining moment in human history. You should be able to google emergency preparedness…

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  15. shane says:

    Gonna order the book I think, sounds a good read thanks for all the updates ep.

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  16. Scandinavian says:

    Hey. Excellent website! Been following u every day for weeks.

    Just added the LISS to my favorites, but I really need some guidance on how to read the charts of telemetry.

    Anybody?

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  17. Melissa says:

    I feel so grateful to find your site, it is very informative and I appreciate the honesty and humility with which you approach such important topics! I am a traditional Native American seed saver and have spent my life listening to the prophecies of our Native Elders and watching the changes in our Earth Mother. It is wonderful to find a site that gives the information that we crave without the hype and fear mongering . I was taught that those who honor and care for the Earth, themselves and each other will be fine as we transition from the 4th to the 5th world. I look forward to a long relationship with you and your site! In Spirit, melissa

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  18. J Guffey says:

    Thought some of the reports saying tsunami was 30′ plus feet were wrong, considering damage to tall buildings.
    It’s hard to picture a 77′ tsunami. Imagine how much more damage if a larger quake does hit Japan and was followed by a tsunami.
    http://www.npr.org/blogs/thetwo-way/2011/03/23/134793643/tsunami-was-more-than-77-feet-high-at-its-peak

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