Mother Earth: Twisting, Spewing, Convulsing
It looks like Mother Earth is on a rampage, 2011 is on track to have the largest number of earthquakes in a single year for at least 12 years According to Irish Weather Online, and with the volcano activity, there is a pattern emerging. As the Ring of Fire continues to light up you can expect to have a major 8.0 or stronger earthquake. Dream Myst has said that Japan, is not out of the woods yet, sure enough they had a 6.4 magnitude Earthquake in Japan on the coast of Honshu today 7/23/2011.
Dream Myst warns of a Tornado Alert 7-23-2011 for Grand Forks and Fargo in the next 24-48 hours. There was an extremely RARE tornado in Puerto Rico on 7/22/2011. Chile does not have tornadoes.
On July first 2011 Dream Myst warned of an escalation of earthquake and tornado activity. Here is her list of candidates.
At the very least she is saying one of these countries: Japan, Alaska, Cascades, Central America, and Indonesia or Russia will have at least a 9.0 earthquake within the next two to six weeks with Puerto Rico as being the most active area for earthquakes. “The July 19, 2011 6.2 Magnitude earthquake shook Kyrgyzstan, This earthquake was very dangerous because it was caused by a reverse slip.
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Dream Myst has warned of a large earthquake in Puerto Rico, Chile, within the next two to six weeks, if this quake occurs in Puerto Rico, it will create havoc for the entire East Coast. It seems the plates are shifting.
A couple of days ago, she spoke of more volcanoes and mentioned that as more and more volcanoes become active, to expect a very LARGE earthquake. Lokon erupts twice, Etna erupts with a massive explosion, Iceland is rumbling again, as well as Norway… Mexico near Nicaragua is rumbling as well.
Ring of Fire
The large series of volcanoes (some active) encircling the Pacific Ocean are referred to as being part of the Ring of Fire, and notorious for frequent earthquakes and volcanic eruptions.
The Ring of Fire, coinciding with the edges of one of the world’s main tectonic plates, (the Pacific Plate) contains over 450 volcanoes and is home to approximately 75% of the world’s active volcanoes. Nearly 90% of the world’s earthquakes occur along the Ring of Fire; most recently, the devastating quakes in Chile, Japan and New Zealand.