Agitated Earth: 6.3 magnitude quake strikes near Fiji, the fourth consecutive major quake in 4 days

January 24, 2012FIJIA very deep 6.3 magnitude earthquake erupted along the seafloor off the island of Fiji. The earthquake had a depth of 582.8 km (362.2 miles). The epicenter of the earthquake was 759 km (472 miles) from SUVA, Fiji and about 1374 km from Auckland, New Zealand. The Fiji earthquake was the fourth consecutive earthquake to strike the planet in four days. Earlier today, a 6.2 struck off the coast of Chile, preceded by a 6.0 in the South Sandwich Islands the day prior, and a 6.3 magnitude earthquake in Chiapas, Mexico prior to that. The string of quakes comes both before and during a phase where solar activity and CME’s are colliding with the planet’s magnetosphere. –The Extinction Protocol
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13 Responses to Agitated Earth: 6.3 magnitude quake strikes near Fiji, the fourth consecutive major quake in 4 days

  1. This happened on January 24th 2012? Like tomorrow? Should I warn Fiji?


  2. scampi says:

    Could there be a connection between the surge of large earthquakes in the past four days and the recent surge of large CME’s from the sun? There was also the eruption that happened a few days ago that was also earth bound. I know that we have surges of large earthquakes when the sun activity is low but I have seen in the past the two happen together as well.


  3. Philippino Bob says:

    Oh yes, scientists do know Alvin!
    Those chosen ones who know what is going on are not allowed to talk.


  4. Erika O says:

    Don’t let that stop you from visiting Fiji. Everyone should visit Fiji, the worlds happiest
    and friendliest people and a beautiful part of this living planet.


    • Yes, Erika – these earthquakes are very deep and other than their location, has little present bearing on the idyllic beauty of the islands. Thanks for the note and I hope more of us get a chance to take in the sights.

      peace and blessings,


  5. Blessed says:

    absolutely want to see Fiji. Don’t worry what will happen will happen there is NOTHING you can do about it. I would pray before I head out there for a safe trip. Other than that you are powerless.


  6. esruna says:

    so, is 362 miles deep for an earthquake? that is a 3 hour drive!


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