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Raptor Witness

Pacific Antarctic Ridge showing

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If this region continues to break, watch out on the Northeast side.

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And there is the reflection I was waiting for. Note that without exception, since I initially published my Watch Area, when a break has occurred inside this region, there has been a 5.0+ echo on the northeast side. If my memory is correct, each reflection, and I believe there have been four 5.0+ events, has occurred within three days on the opposing side.

By "northeast side," I mean the San Andreas of California, up to the Oregon Coast.

I've been asked how I made the connection between these two regions and I can only say that it is strictly intuition. However, I have an arguably good track record for correctly identifying foreshocks, including the two largest events of the past three years.

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I'm glad I don't live along the San Andreas fault. :yes:

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My foreshock-watch area for the San Andreas and the Pacific Northwest of North America just lit up ...

If there are more, roughly along this axis I have shown above, make preparations for a large event.

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Maybe you find this site interesting, Raptor:

http://earthquake-report.com/

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Do you see how these three in red lit up within the same hour? While on the surface they may appear unrelated, I can assure you, they are.

My intuition tells me that this is the signature of grave danger, and within a year, I expect.

Coming on the eve of the 2013 Atlantic Hurricane Season, it would appear as if the mighty east wind has finally decided to penetrate the earth's crust at a certain point.

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so, the ridge is poking up above the water now? I wonder it it's done it before? That looks like a nice spot for some islands !

http://encyclopedia2...rth's Crust

On the surface of islands and the shelf floor of seas there are indications of ancient, recent, and modern oscillatory movements of the earth’s crust. Very little is known about oscillatory crustal movements on the floor of deep oceans.

*(oscillatory means up&down)

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It looks like trouble in paradise tonight ...

or was that the sound of an angel landing on terror nonfirma?

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They felt that one ...

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They just upgraded it ...

It looks like the strongest one of the past two years, at least.

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