I Feel the Earth Move…
April ’10 - Strange Predictors of the Great Chile Earthquake
By Cal Orey
On Saturday February 27, an early morning great earthquake struck Offshore Maule, Chile and shook the world beyond belief. I am intrigued by strange cues that may have been warning signs to this historical 21st century catastrophe.
As an author-intuitive, I sense these hints were strange predictors of the Great Chile earthquake. Here, take a look at five happening that have left me dazed before, during, and after the day the Earth moved.
1. Vision of the Chile Quake. Once the 8.8 Chile quake hit and made the news it reminded me of a quake vision. I grabbed a copy of my book THE MAN WHO PREDICTS EARTHQUAKES and turned to Chapter 20: Future Shocks, Wow! On page 252, Visionary Clarisa Bernhardt (whom I spoke with right before the earthquake) pro- vided her forecast: “South America—while I don’t see the Pacific Northwest getting hit with a tsunami, I think it’s going to be more toward South America. [regarding the]...great quake in Chile in 1960—yes, that could hap- pen again anywhere from 2006 to 2020.”
Strange but True: On February 27, the forecasted quake did occur in the same fault zone as the 20th century May 22, Chile 9.5 shaker. But this time tsunami warnings were ordered for the Pacific region.
2. The Earthquake Trigger Factor. In the January issue of Oracle 20/20 and on Coast to Coast A.M. radio program, Special Predictions January 1, 2010, I predicted a 7.0 major earthquake may strike Japan and spawn a tsunami.
Strange but True: On Friday, February 26, a 7.0 happened in the region of Ryukyu Islands, Japan and a tsunami warning did occur. The next day, after the Chile quake, a tsunami warning for 53 nations was in effect—includ- ing Japan (which is in the seismically active Pacific Ring of Fire), which ordered evacuations for approximately 100,000 people in northern Japan.
3. The Sea Animal Effect. On February 24, whales were reported agitated and one orca killed its trainer at SeaWorld in Orlando, Florida. Also, it was reported during tsunami warnings in Hawaii, whales were swimming into the Hilo Bay—not their normal spot--as well as jumping out of the water. Also, on February 26, some wayward San Francisco sea lions were returning to their home—I sensed they left before the 6.5 Offshore Northern California quake struck on January 9. This time, the entire West Coast was on alert for a potential tsunami.
Strange but True: Strange animal behavior—including
disoriented whales--was observed before the Indian Ocean and Alaska 1964 great earthquakes. This isn’t surprising since animals are touted for their uncanny sixth sense and survival instincts.
4. An Oncoming Full Moon. Two days before the Chile quake, I called geologist Jim Berkland. He reminded me that his primary seismic window was on February 28—the day of the Full Moon (in Virgo, an earth sign). It
was a “super moon”—when the moon is in line with the Sun and the Earth and closest to the Earth.
Strange but True: Both great and major earthquakes have happened during lunar cycles—but not always.
5. Quake Sensitives’ Tsunami Dreams. In January, on www.earthquakeepi-center.com quake sensitives including myself were posting and noting tsunami dreams. This was a head’s up to me that a big wave—or more--could be in the near future.
Strange but True: In THE MAN WHO PREDICTS
EARTHQUAKES, I included web site posts of sensi- tives reporting tsunami dreams prior to the great Indian Ocean quake-tsunami. Often, sensitive two-leggers and four-leggers can pick up the same vibrations before a natural disaster.
On Saturday morning, I, like perhaps you, woke up to watch TV tsunami warnings in effect and waited to see if the Pacific region would be slammed by water. The end result: Small waves hit Hawaii and Japan (deadly tsuna- mis killed people after the 1960 Chile quake so people were cautious) but Chile and its people—without proper tsunami warnings--were hit by deadly waves and hun- dreds of aftershocks in the following days.
Were these odd events small coincidences or big cues to a great quake that’ll remain in the minds and hearts of survivors and onlookers around the globe?
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