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May 30, 2015
Earthquake prediction has come true: M8.5 earthquake strikes near Ogasawara islands, Japan – May 30, 2015
Although many people, including several scientists, have labeled Frank Hoogerbeets as a doomsday prophet with a lot of fantasy, Frank has been proven that he was on the right track.
Take a look at the following data provided by USGS:
May 23: 6.9M - Solomon Islands
May 23: 6.8M - Solomon Islands
May 29: 6.7M - Alaska
May 30: 7.8M - Japan
Now it is known that USGS always downgrade massive quakes with at least 0.3 points. If we correct the USGS data with minimal 0.3 points, we see the following details:
May 23: 7.2M - Solomon Islands
May 23: 7.0M - Solomon Islands
May 29: 7.5M - Alaska (USGS has downgraded the Alaska quake 2 time).
May 30: 8.5M - Japan (USGS has downgraded the Japan quake even with 0.7 points).
USGS and the main stream media who write about the earthquake in Japan want you to believe that it was a 7.8M earthquake.
The following article published by Japantoday.com proofs that Japan’s 7.8M quake was in fact 8.5M.
TOKYO — M8.5 earthquake strikes near Ogasawara islands.
An earthquake with a magnitude of 8.5 struck near the Ogasawara islands at 8:24 p.m. Saturday.
The Japan Meteorological Agency said there was no danger of a tsunami. The quake struck at a depth of 590 kilometers near the Ogasawaras which are 1,000 kilometers south of Tokyo.
The strong quake shook buildings in Tokyo for about a minute. Both runways at Narita Airport were temporarily closed while inspections were carried out.
Trains in Tokyo were also temporarily halted and shinkansen train services between Tokyo and Osaka were halted due to a power outage, NHK said. A soccer match in Tokyo was also briefly suspended.
The quake had an intensity of 5 in the Ogasawaras, a 4 in Tokyo’s 23 wards as well as Ibaraki, Saitama, Tochigi, Gunma, Chiba and Kanagawa prefectures. It measured 3 in the Tohoku region and 2 in parts of Hokkaido. Read more Here.
It is known that all massive quakes come in a series and usually happen in the opposite direction from each other!
The fact USGS has downgraded all these massive quakes with at least 0.3M and even with 0.7M points to a cover-up, so it will not surprise me if again a major earthquake will occur in short-term to complete the series of massive earthquakes.