July 06, 2019
Another series of large earthquakes has hit Southern California, a 6.4 on July 4th and 5.4 and 7.1 July 06th.
South California has more than 1,000 aftershocks and this looks to continue. More than 50,000 people in the are has reported feeling the earthquakes throughout the region.
The movement in energy all over the Earth is in flux and in greater numbers, cosmic rays has intensified in the last week and has left the Earth’s magnetic field very fragile and vulnerable.
The Schumann Resonance has a tremendous peak of 137 Hertz yesterday and remains unstable.
In addition, the alignment of Mars, the Moon and Saturn and the eclipse season can have greater effects on earth movement.
Alternative views such as Dutchsinse is stating that more larger earthquake could strike the region (greater than 7.0) and we have reported that the next big one will hit the San Francisco area.
We want to bring to your attention that its not just the Southern California vicinity that is influx with earth movement but other areas as well.
By viewing the USGS which was down early this morning, we can examine the heliplot charts to determine localized movement. This information is the latest as reported July 06, 2019.
Cathedral Cave, Missouri
Aleutians Islands, Alaska
What we presented is only a sample of locations around the world but the Earth is definitely on the move.