Watch the full video update explaining the rare + large North Pole earthquake, as well as the explanations of which areas we are watching across the Pacific:
October 29, 2017
Seismic pressure is now spreading out across the planet this week, as expected.
A planet-wide increase in seismic activity is taking place due to multiple deep earthquakes in several locations across the Pacific. Each deep earthquake places pressure upwards, and outwards away from the Pacific, towards the Atlantic.
In the past, we have seen the North pole usually shows movement AFTER a major push from down below the Pacific plate.
We saw something similar to this occur in 2015. A deep large earthquake struck below the West Pacific, then days later a North Pole earthquake almost as big as today’s event.
See the video from over 2 years ago showing the North Pole being hit : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cssixg1TxIg
The deep earthquakes first push the Pacific plate from below, then the Pacific plate displaces all adjacent plates (in a chain reaction) which allows pressure to transfer from the Pacific to Atlantic , by a means of “path of least resistance” following the plate boundaries.
We should certainly keep watch across the Pacific towards the Americas, around Japan, Indonesia, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands.
Multiple locations are under this weeks earthquake forecast warning. Each location has been warned due to a deep M6.7 which occurred below the Pacific plate 4-5 days before today’s post (October 24-25, 2017).
As if the North Pole being hit, and a large deep earthquake putting stress on the West Pacific plate, now we must also add in the abundance of multiple other deep earthquakes also in the West Pacific.
You can see the deep earthquakes over the past several days (5 days) raised high off the globe for easy observation.
Why do deep earthquakes matter?
Deep earthquakes cause shallower larger earthquakes, usually in areas nearby the deep events, or parallel to them.
In addition to all of the above, we are watching multiple other locations including the West Coast of the United States, near the coast of Oregon / Northwest California.
The magnitudes off the West coast of the United States should be most likely above M5.5 but below M6.0.
See the full warning for California here:
Be on watch this week, and have an earthquake plan.
Don’t be scared, be prepared!