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    Magnitude Mw 7.4Region ALASKA PENINSULADate time 2020-07-22 06:12:43.7 UTCLocation 55.26 N ; 158.67 WDepth 20 km



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    Magnitude Mw 7.8Region ALASKA PENINSULADate time 2020-07-22 06:12:43.7 UTCLocation 55.26 N ; 158.67 WDepth 20 km

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    That's huge. Tsunami sirens were triggered... video in this article:

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    Default Re: Mw 7.8 ALASKA PENINSULA

    There have been 2 major earthquakes since then. 6.1 and 6.5. All off the coast. Three major shocks in 24 hours. Those are dangerous numbers.
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    Just after midnight there were 6.2 's off the west coast of canada as Jake said above, wonder whats on dutchsinse's radar?

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    Default Re: Mw 7.8 ALASKA PENINSULA

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    Just after midnight there were 6.2 's off the west coast of canada as Jake said above, wonder whats on dutchsinse's radar?
    Not sure what Dutchsinse has said but I’ve been predicting major earthquakes around Monday nights new moon since the start of the year. Earth reached its perigee point with Jupiter on the 14th July and Saturn on the 20th July. Meaning the Earth passed between Saturn, Jupiter and Sun at the narrowest point on its yearly cycle.

    There’s a great website which shows a heliocentric view of the planets for calculating when the strain points are going to show up in the system.

    https://www.theplanetstoday.com/

    Apogee, perigee, aphelion, perihelion points always put the most gravitational strain on the Earths energy systems.

    The Moon acts like an electro-static pulse modulator. It gathers up all the friction created by planets moving through each other’s magnetospheres, then discharges that energy onto the Earth at New Moon and Full moon phase cycles. Which is why lunar festivals always wait till the next new moon or full moon after a demarcation point. Such as Easter always on the first full moon after the spring equinox for example.

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