March 28, 2005

Earth’s Core ‘Mysteriously’ Shifts Causing near Simultaneous Antipodal Earthquakes in Central America, South America and Indonesia

By: Sorcha Faal, and as reported to her Russian Subscribers

Russian scientists are reporting this evening that the Earth’s core has experienced a mysterious ‘shifting’, and for as yet unexplained reasons, but has caused near simultaneous earthquakes in both the countries of Indonesia and its antipodal counterparts of Panama, Venezuela and Nicaragua.

Of the Central and South American events we are not knowledgeable yet as communications with these areas have apparently been disrupted.

Of the Indonesian event we can read as reported by the British News Service Times Online in their article titled "Tsunami fears over new Indonesia earthquake", and which says, "A "widely destructive tsunami" could be unleashed by the huge earthquake that has struck off the coast of Indonesia, authorities said today.  The US Geological Survey (USGS) said that the earthquake, measuring 8.5 on the Richter scale, struck at 1609 GMT off the coast of Sumatra and was an aftershock of the December 26 quake."

Much scientific speculation has been occurring since the Great Tsunami Event of 2004, and in which as reported by the United States Space Agency NASA, "NASA scientists using data from the Indonesian earthquake calculated it affected Earth's rotation, decreased the length of day, slightly changed the planet's shape, and shifted the North Pole by centimeters. The earthquake that created the huge tsunami also changed the Earth's rotation."

Towards the greater parts of this speculation we can see as written by the American scientist Dr. Walter Wishchey, who is the Director of the Science Museum of Virginia, and who in this article titled "Reversal of magnetic field under way?", says, "There are signs that reversal might be under way now the Earth's magnetic field is about 10 percent weaker than when first measured in the 1800s.  In the April issue of Scientific American, Glatzmaier describes two recent satellite missions to study the Earth's magnetic field. The results show the field is quite uneven. This patchiness in the field strength may account in part for inherent instability."

Not being discussed in open scientific circles however, and certainly not to public knowledge, are that these growing global instances of stressful core activities, coupled with the increasing instability of the earths magnetic field and erratic solar activity, speak more towards an external ‘unknown’ force within our solar system being exerted upon the earth, instead of  scientifically known internal forces.

Whatever to the true cause of these events may be, it must be noticed that on an earth that averages one 8.0 to 9.0 magnitude earthquake a year, and as reported by the United States Geological Service (USGS) today’s event brings the number to 3 of these largest of earthquakes in just the past 3 months.

As more information on these events are known I will report same.

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