The Pacific Ring Of Fire shook back to life last night when a magnitude 6.6 earthquake rocked San Pedro, in the Philippines. The powerful quake was shallow, 10km deep, however, The Philippines’ seismology agency said there was no risk of a tsunami from the earthquake but warned of the risk of aftershocks. There are no immediate reports of casualties.
Last nights quake was the 6th major quake (magnitude 6 or higher) of August 2020 and the 75th major quake of this year to date. At the same date in 2019, 95 major quakes had been recorded and in 2018, 63 major quakes had been reported.
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Do you notice the connecting dot in most of these quakes? I would say 90% of them, globally and especially this "ring" are always at a depth of 10km! For years I am seeing that. Yes that is shallow, that is consistently shallow and what does it mean? It means the lava rising from the core that caused this earth shift to be a quake is only 10 km below your feet! GW is from the core. The core makes our atm sphere and so our atmosphere gets poisoned daily and retreats back inside to the core. One big circle so heating is from below and above. Geoengineering can only temporarily cool air temps, not the core but it irritates the core so things continue to get worse.
Take notice of these depths. You will see it too.
Oh I have been, for many years, the shallow ones are the dangerous ones.
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