6.0 magnitude earthquake strikes off the northeast coast of Japan

May 23, 2012JAPANA 6.0 magnitude earthquake have struck off the northeast coast of Japan at a depth of 40 km (25.3 miles). The epicenter of the earthquake was 109 km (68 miles) NNE (26°) from Hachinohe, Honshu, Japan and some 666 km (414 miles) NNE (17°) from TOKYO, Japan. Today’s earthquake is only the latest in an escalating series of recent earthquakes plaguing the eastern shores of Japan. A 6.4 magnitude earthquake struck off the coast of Honshu, Japan on May 20, 2012. Seismic tension is rising along this corridor of Japan and these quakes are indications that a larger earthquake lurks in Japan’s near future. –The Extinction Protocol
神は、日本の人々を救うことができる – 絶滅プロトコル
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31 Responses to 6.0 magnitude earthquake strikes off the northeast coast of Japan

  1. james says:

    666 klms REALLY? that is a bit of an omen in fairness. This could be a deaded fore shock


    • jerry says:

      Please do not confuse 666 km. to the number of the beast.
      In life, the numeric value of 666 comes up quite frequently. For instance; if I drive my car from Chicago to LA, at some point in the trip, I’m going to be 666 miles away from my destination.
      666 is the number of man, not distance, temperature, depth or volume.


      • John K says:

        Jerry, please don’t confuse people, the Bible is quite clear that the number 666 is the number of ‘A MAN’, not any or all mankind as you have implicated, the Bible is very clear in telling us that we are not to speculate or take away or add to any words in there. God bless.


      • Jerry says:

        My apologies John. I forgot the “a”.


    • James says:

      I agree it is a bit of an omen for sure


    • Columbine says:

      The DOW closed down 6.66 yesterday. Jerry is right – the number 666 follows 665 and comes before 667 – happens every time. Every earthquake is always 666 km from somewhere. (Reminds me of hotels that don’t have a 13th floor but everyone knows that the 14th is *really* the 13th.)


  2. reality crunch says:

    This does not bode well for the home team (Earth) , I myself am prepared for the worst, and know ultimately what’s coming. Everyone I know around where I live are in such denial and it is interesting to ponder how they may freak out once these deniers realize what cannot be stopped. Once one realizes they are a spirit having a human experience , the fear tends to fade away over time as development occurs .


    • easywriter says:

      @reality crunch,
      I totally agree with all you stated here. Many many are preparing and then so many others have their head in the sand! I don’t want these things to happen, but we just have to look at all going on to know, even those not listening, that preparing is the wisest thing to do. What’s to lose? If nothing happens, then they have extra food for themselves and food banks for those with a need!!


    • Phyllis says:

      sometimes I feel like I am in a strage place,lost as you might say cause so many here have no idea what is going on,if you tell them something,they look at you like you are crazy and say i havent heard that,it wasnt on the news,they act like they think you are lying and then all they seem to study is things that just dont seem to matter to me anymore,I feel like I am powerless to open their blinded eyes and help them,yes when it gets to bad to deny any longer they are going to all freak out cause they didnt know.its just sad.


      • Jennie says:

        I completely agree with you Phyllis. What I’ve started to do is help people In round about ways, like setting seeds of ideas, like I tell them that I am growing veg in my garden for my own need and will give some away to others and freeze some, because at some point productivity might change else where in the world, so I’m producing my own food as best I can. That tends to get people thinking. What ever is about to happen will effect EVERY thing and one in some way. Just do what we can to prepare and make those who are blinkered, see in a way that does not scare but creates understanding.


  3. Gordian Knot says:

    Many of these people, if they have the means, must leave Japan for it is beyond saving due to nuclear contamination. There is no government official, movie star, Ph.D. or maudlin act that can persuade me to live on a contaminated island with weekly seismic activity on the increase.

    The question is where would they ‘want’ to go, do they ‘want’ to leave, and who would take them if there is a mass exodus? Reports out of Japan claim a mass exodus ‘if’ the fourth (and already crippled & breached) reactor/exposed rods fail.


    • rita says:

      Gordian, i am not certain where i read it, but a few weeks ago i found an article talking about negotiations between Japan and Russia regarding an evacuation of Tokyo, i believe. Ironically, Japan was requesting the Kuril Islands, as (I hope i am getting this right), they ‘belonged’ to Japan before WWII. In the same article it mentioned that China offered their ‘ghost cities’ as a place of refuge for the Japanese. (Maybe i read it right here, but i will look it up).


    • teresa says:

      the Russians offer them land but they don’t want to leave,the whole Island is already sinking with water from the ocean.


    • John K says:

      With a total of 2053 nuclear weapons being exploded on this planet since 1945 you can’t really say that anywhere is not contaminated. May God help us all.


    • nickk0 says:

      Hi, Gordian,
      Leaving Japan is probably the least they can do….. but not enough. 😦

      If Fukushima goes ‘full critical’, the ENTIRE PLANET will be affected, and there will be no place to really hide.


  4. Rose says:

    WOW, How many more shakes does Reactor # 4 stand without coming down or the crack widen’s releasing all of it’s radiation? And to think they have around 50 nuclear plants for electric in Japan… God Bless the Japanese Folks and the rest of the worlds people……..


  5. TexasRedNeck says:

    and it’s only going to get worse, everywhere


  6. Dennis E. says:

    This just the beginning of the woes for Japan. Alvin had posted and warned us that there were major issues for this nation in regard to earth changes. I had not taken in account the reactors in this scenario. Based on what has been posted by TEP, this is going to get ugly and I am not projecting a “Doomsday” opinion. It just seems it is what it is going to be…………..


  7. carolyn says:

    Thanks to whoever mentioned zeolite in another thread. I did quite a bit of reading and my bottles arrived today.

    (for those reading, it safely chelates radioactive strontium and caesium, as well as mercury, lead, and other metals)


    • Britt says:

      No worries Carolyn, I just think is a crime that the western medical establishment would never tell the public about zeolite or for that matter the amazing success in curing all types of cancer with just baking soda and maple syrup (look it up). The sickness industry has triumphed. We have to learn about detox and making our bodies non acidic so that no disease can survive. Liposomal vitamin c can protect from radiation along with the widely known iodine in kelp.


  8. Tess says:

    I agree the earthquakes are larger for this part of the region but each morning I view the latest earthquakes site and Honshu, Japan has 5.0 or greater earthquakes almost daily. It’s not necessarily a precursor to ‘the big one’. If they continue to increase in size then I would be cautious and take preparatory steps to ensure my safety.


  9. Granny Bear says:

    Fukushima Diary had this to say:
    M6.0 in Aomori was not an aftershock of 311 – 1 hour ago


  10. Patrick says:

    This is the second time I’ve read that kelp can protect from radiation, and each time I read it, I think of this article. I thought I had better share it again. While I don’t know if Kelp helps protect against radiation or not, but what protects the kelp from radiation? This is also the first article I’ve read that actually states the radioactivity levels were likely too low to pose a threat to humans, effects on kelp-eating fish are not out of the question. By the way Alvin, thanks for the Chernobyl video link. A real eye opener. As is the fact that they are seeing elevated levels in radiation on our shores here in CA. Another interesting video can be found on youtube. I was looking for another explanation for fish and bird deaths. Like other people have stated, I hate not having answers.

    Killer Lakes documentary narrated by Martin Shaw

    Japan radiation found in O.C. kelp – April 10, 2012


  11. From Japan says:

    The focus of an earthquake is Aomori Prefecture in the dangerous Rokkasho Village.
    We are also very much worried, Because media of Japan do not say whether to be dangerous and or not it.


  12. tellthetruth1 says:

    God help them; especially after the recent news on the fourth nuke plant. This just makes me shiver for them.


  13. This is amazing that they haven’t gotten the people out of japan yet. I pray for them constantly. What a way to grow up or raise a family, in constant fear. God help us all. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JG4stumV9EQ


  14. Emanni says:

    Large Explosive eruption at Sakurajima Volcano – South Japan
    Any correlation to the 6.0 quake?


  15. tonic says:

    Edgar Cayce. The association with him and Japan is getting stronger with each passing day.


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