Deepening seismic tension agitating tectonic plates across the globe

July 6, 2011– MOZAMBIQUEThe tension is nigh universal. In South America, double earthquakes have hit Colombia- a 4.7 and a 4.1. A 4.4 similarly has rattled Nicaragua. The Caribbean is unsettled with tremors rattling through most of the islands. Double quakes have struck Fiji (5.0 and a 4.9 magnitude) and Japan was rattled by a 5.7 and Taiwan was hit with a 4.8. If we look at the recent spasm of moderate earthquakes happening inside the Ring of Fire, we can see that tension is not unwinding but is instead diffusing along faults, oceanic boundaries, and volcanic arcs and transform fault zones in the Pacific perhaps setting the stage for the strike of a big earthquake event over the next few days. On Tuesday, a 4.6 near the southeast coast of Australia was followed by a 6.5 (5.3 USGS) near Lake Taupo on the North Island of New Zealand. A 5.5 followed off the eastern coast of Honshu Japan, followed by 4.5 in Oruro Bolivia and then a 5.3 earthquake in Fiji and the second earthquake in 24 hours along the Nias Region of Indonesia- the second Indonesian earthquake struck much closer to the surface than the first; 15.9 km. On Monday we saw a similar pattern with successive moderate earthquakes striking Tonga, Alaska and Indonesia. Perhaps, even most disconcerting- we see seismic tension now surfacing with the 4.7 magnitude earthquake in Mozambique at the bottom of the Great Rift Valley which is an indication, along with the eruption of the Nabro volcano in Eritrea, the pressures facilitating the tearing of the African continent are increasing.  –The Extinction Protocol
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18 Responses to Deepening seismic tension agitating tectonic plates across the globe

  1. Tamara says:

    Looking at it from that standpoint is unsettling to say the least…. :-/ God have mercy on us all.


  2. Gerald says:

    7.9 New Zealand just being reported on the news.


  3. J Guffey says:

    Boy Alvin, when you’re right, you’re right. Can you believe it happened this soon.


  4. Dave says:

    Looks like you were right, there’s just been a 7.8 in the Kermadec Islands region…


  5. ashuka says:

    Alvin my parents have plans to go to Fiji at the end of this month . I am trying to talk them out of going. Do you think Fiji will see a big one soon? HELP…………


    • I cannot ascertain the future but short-term outlooks are no reason to lose sleep. The region will face adversity in the future, however. Tell them to enjoy their trip and the only thing that should give them pause is if the island is in a state of crisis prior to their departure.



  6. ashuka says:

    Thank you !! I know i can always rely on you for answers. Fiji is a special place for me because i was born there.


  7. Brian says:

    Hey Alvin ~ A day without Extinction Protocol is like a day without light < Just total darkness…
    Pardon my agression in some of my comments :- I live in a s*+t hole called South Africa…
    Let me refrase :- The country is beautiful just some of the people suck…

    Have many friends in New Zealnd , Australia and America so we are worried for them…
    watching America closely also Yellowstone and California…

    Keep up the excellent work !


  8. Grace says:

    Again, no reporting in the media here in Britain regarding this 7.9 event. I wonder what percentage of such events are not reported in the mass media? Thank you as ever for the collating of all this info,


  9. ashuka says:

    lili-ni-viti i didn’t mean to scare you ……. but be on guard and keep checking this web site for current information form Alvin. I am on here more then 3 or 4 times a day.


    • lili-ni-viti says:

      Thanks ashuka, same for me, certainly at least twice a day. For sure I am in the best of company. I used to watch and research for all of these ‘signs’ everywhere, and especially on the web since 1999. It was tiring and time consuming. With TEP and the beloved Alvin, i have rest as I go only to one point source. Haven’t looked at USGS or any earthquake sites for ages so the Fiji events as reported kind of ‘shocked’ me because we didn’t even have an inkling that they had occurred. Perhaps this is the best way to go, ‘suddenly’ in the twinkling of an eye, without getting oneself worked up over what’s unfolding. Certainly knowing what’s afoot makes you live less carelessly and want to keep your loved ones close to you. Here’s to wishing your parents enjoy their trip to the land where you were born. Regards


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