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May 1, 2006

Massive Russian Earthquakes Come As Scientists Had Predicted As North American Plate Fractures Increase Danger For New Madrid And Pacific Northwest Coastal Regions

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

This past week of massive earthquakes hitting the far eastern regions of Russia continue today, and as we can read as reported by the Moscow Today News Service in their article titled "New Quake Hits Russia’s Far-Eastern Kamchatka Region", and which says:

"A series of earthquakes measuring from 5.5 to 6.9 on the Richter scale rocked Russia’s far-eastern Kamchatka peninsula early Sunday, hitting the same spot where powerful tremors left hundreds of people without shelter last week, the Kamchatka seismological service quoted by AFP said. The quakes damaged several buildings in Kamchatka’s sparsely populated Koryakiya district but there were no casualties, an official with the emergencies ministry’s far-eastern office said. “A bakery was damaged in the village of Korf, as a well as a power station which we had been about to relaunch after it had been repaired” following last week’s quake, the official told AFP. A series of violent earthquakes measuring up to 7.9 on the Richter scale shook Koryakiya last week, affecting 12 villages with a total population of 12,000 people."

Unlike the catastrophic effects these massive earthquakes would have on Western countries Russia was prepared for these events, and as we had previously reported on in our August 18, 2005 report titled "Russian Forces Prepare For Massive Earthquakes as Gulf of Mexico Becomes ‘Zone of Death’ and New Madrid Fault Zone Heads Towards Cataclysmic Event", and wherein we had stated:

"For the Russia’s President Putin has ordered all Emergency Services to begin preparations for these events, and as we can read as reported by RIA Novosti News Service in their article titled "Powerful earthquake could strike Kamchatka" and which says, "The Russian Emergency Situations Ministry is deploying additional units and equipment as a preventive measure against a powerful earthquake expected on Kamchatka, a peninsula in the northeast of Russia, a senior ministry official said Wednesday.

Lieutenant General Viktor Kapkanshchikov, head of the ministry's regional center, said 30 rescue workers had been temporarily transferred here until December during the heightened earthquake alert, in the wake of seismologists' warning that a magnitude 7.2 quake could rock the region between now and December. According to the official, additional equipment, instruments and medical supplies will be delivered at the end of August and a mobile hospital from the Rescue Center will be airlifted in early September. Regional ministry branches are ready to deal with a possible emergency, Kapkanshchikov said. The employees are taking preventive measures to ensure fewer losses and less damage if an earthquake is to strike the region.

Exercises to check the readiness of all Emergency Situations Ministry units are scheduled for September 7-9 on Kamchatka and will be supervised by minister Sergei Shoigu. A report from the International Institute of Earthquake Prediction Theory and Mathematical Geophysics predicted the region, including Kamchatka and the Kurile Islands, has a 70% chance of being hit by a quake until December 2005."

To the United States however there still appears to be no actions being taken by their Military Government to prepare their citizens for the massive earthquakes predicted by Russian Scientists for their most vulnerable New Madrid and Pacific Northwest Regions, and which are beginning to show the precursor signs of catastrophic North American Plate fractures, and which we can see evidenced by the latest reports has now reached their Pacific Ocean boundiers:

As reported by Washington States KONP Radio News Service in their April 28th article titled "Source of loud "booms" in Port Angeles still a mystery", and which says, "A series of explosions that rocked most of the Port Angeles area remains a mystery. Police dispatchers received calls from all around the area last night about 11:30 reporting the series of "booms". But police have been unable to uncover what may have caused the noises."

As reported by California States NBC4 News Service in their April 27th article titled "Source Of Mysterious Boom Heard In San Diego Remains Unknown", and which says, "La Jolla-based scientists say a mysterious boom heard and felt throughout San Diego County earlier this month originated from an area over the ocean, but the source of the disturbance remains unknown. According to scientists at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography, the thunderous noise heard April 4 started over the ocean about 120 miles off the San Diego coast and petered out over the Imperial County desert, The San Diego Union-Tribune reported."

These recent events join countless others in the North American Plate Zone, and as we have reported upon many times, including our December 14, 2005 report titled "North American Plate Factures Reported As Major US Hydro Electric Dam Fails and Oklahoma Meer’s Fault Zone Begins Outgassing", and wherein we had evidenced:

“As reported by the Post and Courier News Service in their November 20th article titled "Quake surprises Summerville [South Carolina]" and which says, "The boom heard across much of Summerville, and the vibration that followed, was actually a little earthquake, the second this year in the area, according to Pete Jenkins, director of the Earthquake Center at Charleston Southern University. The quake, which struck about 3 p.m. Saturday, raised eyebrows and worried children, but caused no damage. The U.S. Geological Survey took note of the event but did not report its magnitude as of late Saturday."

As reported by the KOMO TV News Service in their November 23rd article titled "4.1 Quake Rattles Bellingham Area" and which says, "A small earthquake shook the area around Deming in Whatcom County Wednesday. There were no initial reports of any injuries or property damage. In the first half hour after the quake, 25 people reported feeling it, describing the shaking as moderate. Some people who called the media reported hearing a loud boom before the quake."

As reported by the Associated Press News Service in their November 23rd article titled "Tiny earthquake shakes St. Louis region" and which says, "No major damage was reported after a minor earthquake shook the St. Louis region. The tiny quake [2.5 magnitude], centered 10 miles southeast of St. Louis, struck around 11 p.m. Tuesday in East St. Louis, Ill., said Waverly Person, a geophysicist at the National Earthquake Information Center in Denver."

As reported by the Thunder Bay Chronicle News Service in their November 25th article titled "Big bang shakes up Dryden area" and which says, "What seismologists are calling a “small” 1.5 magnitude earthquake, also reported that the couple heard a deafening bang, like a sonic boom or explosion."

Not just to the increasing frequency of these earthquakes upon the North American Plate, but also to the ‘Boom’ noises being reported that are accompanying them are most significant according to these reports as these ‘booms’ are the indicators of earthquakes of massive plate fracturing, and not associated with normal earthquake movements.

More concerning are the reports from the United States New Madrid Fault Zone Region where these ‘Booms’ are being heard without an accompanying earthquake, and as we can read as reported by the KTVO TV News Service in their ‘sanitized’ November 25th article titled "Explanation found for mysterious boom" and which says, "The mystery surrounding a loud, explosion-like noise that had much of Northeast Missouri talking Tuesday afternoon is now solved. It was apparently a sonic boom, an explosive sound caused by the shock wave preceding an aircraft traveling at or above the speed of sound."

These reports further state that the only modern day comparison to the earthquake events occurring within the North American Plate today are those of this past years 9.3 magnitude Sumatra earthquake catastrophe, and of which we can read, "This was no small earthquake. It ruptured the planet along 750 miles (1,200 kilometers) of fault. Scientists estimate the Indian plate slipped 33 to 50 feet (10 to 15 meters) under the Burma microplate. The fault shook for at least eight minutes. A typical large earthquake lasts 30 seconds or so. Earth's very gravity balance was altered, and the North Pole shifted by an inch."

Not being reported to the American people are how rare in fact these earthquake ‘booms’ are, and as we can read as reported by the United States Terra Research Instituted in their report titled “Mystery of 'The Earthquake Boom’: a real earthquake" and which says, “Earthquake Boom is a very loud, deep sounding explosion, which emanates from the earth. If directly above emanation, directional determination may be difficult as sound is not from a distinct direction as it is from a wide area of earth’s surface. It is a higher frequency audio form of the traditional shaking earthquake even though current seismographs cannot ‘see’ or ‘record’ them.

Scalar devices are able to clearly ‘see’ these events along with the rest of the earthquake ‘family’ of earth-generated events such as the ‘silent’ or ‘slow’ earthquake. Another relative to the ‘family’ is the earth ‘lurch’ and a ‘fast version of slow’ earthquake – these yet to be discovered by mainstream science. These loud explosions have been witnessed by many over the years. They also accompany traditional earthquakes as these are part of the mix of seismic activity.”

To the overall consciousness of these Western peoples to prepare for not only the catastrophic earth changes to be effecting the entire world, but also for the continuing total disruption of our Global weather systems and the coming Total War their remains no evidence of their preparing themselves, but to their personal gratification of their strange culture we see this disturbing evidence, and as reported by the ZD Net News Service in their article titled "17% of US consumers have a flat panel TV, 49% plan to get a flat panel", and which says:

"While only 17% of consumers currently own a flat panel display (FPD), 49% say their next television purchase will be some type of flat panel technology, according to Consumer Electronics Association. Flat panel shipments now comprise of 36% of total revenues and growth is assured with FPD reaching 63% of revenues by 2009 - despite and because of continual price declines in this category. CEA estimates a total of $22 bln worth of TVs will ship to US dealers in 2006, with shipments rising to nearly $30 bln by the close of the decade making it the single largest consumer electronics category. On average, current owners paid $783 for the primary TV in their home, but plan to spend $966 on their next set. Additionally, the average consumer plans to spend $176 on accessories, which suggests a total TV related accessories market of more than $5 bln during 2006."

It is beyond our understanding how these televisions will provide protection and security to these American people, especially in light of their largest insurance companies abandoning millions of them just prior to the start of what is believed to be another catastrophic hurricane season, and as we can read as reported by the MSNBC News Service in their article titled "Shell-shocked insurers retreat from coasts", and which says:

"Alarmed at the sharply rising cost of hurricanes and other disasters, home insurers are pulling back from some U.S. coastal markets, warning of gathering financial storm clouds over how the United States pays for the damage of catastrophe. The development is yet another legacy of Hurricane Katrina, whose mounting toll of destruction along the Gulf Coast has crystallized a growing industry debate about the combined effect of climate trends and population growth in coastal areas. Some believe the two are creating a risk of losses so large that insurers could be pushed to the breaking point, leaving the government and taxpayers holding the tab for the next disaster.

Since Aug. 29 -- when the hurricane made landfall along the Gulf Coast -- Allstate Corp., the industry's second-largest company, has ceased writing homeowners policies in Louisiana, Florida and coastal parts of Texas and New York state. The firm has stopped underwriting earthquake coverage in California and elsewhere. Other firms have pulled back from the Gulf Coast to Cape Cod, notifying Florida of plans to cancel 500,000 policies."

Companies are shedding homeowners policies and driving residents to taxpayer-funded state insurance plans. Florida's Citizens Property Insurance Corp., for example, has 815,000 policy holders and is adding 40,000 a month, said Kevin M. McCarty, state commissioner for the office of insurance regulation. Last week, Poe Financial Group collapsed, and many of its 316,000 policy holders probably will move to Citizens, which already faces a $1.7 billion deficit.

Louisiana Citizens Property Insurance Corp., the state's last-resort insurer, expects to reach 200,000 policies this year; it had none in 2004. Texas's insurer of last resort says it is down to $1.3 billion in reserves and wants to raise rates by at least 22 percent. "Everybody's thinking about this issue, every insurance company certainly, and other businesses, bankers, lenders and government agencies," said Joseph J. Annotti, spokesman for Property Casualty Insurers Association of America, which represents 1,000 insurers, including some of the nation's largest insurers of homeowners. "It's a political problem, and it's an economic problem -- that's what makes it so difficult."

Analysts note that seven of the 12 costliest insured disasters in U.S. history occurred in the past two years. At $57.7 billion, private insured losses in 2005 more than doubled those of 2004, according to the Insurance Services Office."

The juxtaposition of "seven of the 12 costliest insured disasters in U.S. history occurred in the past two years" and "49% say their next television purchase will be some type of flat panel technology" shows how far these people are from the reality of the world they are living in.

To the regions of Lake Erie through to their Region of Illinois though should these people look for the final precursors of the more larger catastrophic events to come.

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