Video report here:
Update: 825pm CDT June 23, 2014
Another noteworthy earthquake has occurred in the same region (aftershock) .. measuring 6.9M (some reporting 7.0M) .
New Zealand also showing additional activity.. could be a possible magnetic conjugate point (see below for more details on the conjugate connection between Alaska and New Zealand).
- 2014-06-24 00:52:28 UTC
- Epicenter time not available
- 2014-06-23 19:52:28 UTC-05:00 system time
original report below:
A large earthquake has struck the Western Aleutian Islands in Alaska. Measuring a preliminary 8.0 magnitude, producing a Tsunami warning / watch across the region.
This is a very sizable event for the region, and the first very large earthquake to occur around the Pacific in multiple months.
Earthquake information from the USGS:
- 2014-06-23 20:53:10 UTC
- 2014-06-23 11:53:10 UTC-09:00 at epicenter
- 2014-06-23 15:53:10 UTC-05:00 system time
51.797°N 178.759°E depth=114.4km (71.1mi)
- 24km (15mi) SE of Little Sitkin Island, Alaska
- 1370km (851mi) E of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatskiy, Russia
- 1387km (862mi) E of Vilyuchinsk, Russia
- 1388km (862mi) E of Yelizovo, Russia
- 2957km (1837mi) W of Whitehorse, Canada
Tsunami warnings issued for the Pacific:
I sure picked a bad week to try to back off doing updates!!
Major West Pacific movement in addition to the 8.0M event in Alaska..
6.9M (originally 7.2M) , 6.3M, 6.2M, and 6.0M earthquakes as well… New Zealand and Alaska.
7.2M earthquake (6.9M revised):
6.3M (6.2M revised) earthquake:
It is a proved fact that the magnetic conjugate point of areas in Alaska correspond (magnetically) to areas off the coast of New Zealand.
Studies were done from Stanford University using HAARP in Alaska, and a buoy placed off the coast of New Zealand at the “magnetic conjugate point” for the HAARP facility IRI in Gakona, AK.
These graphics show the experiment, the buoy used, and the results:
Could it be possible that the geomagnetic conjugate point of the Earthquake epicenter in the Aleutian Islands Alaska corresponds to the area Northeast of New Zealand? Yes.
Something could be naturally “plucking” the magnetic bands which connect the North pole to the South Pole.
The experiments prove the process does indeed take place… reverberation / resonance between two points on opposite poles of the planet (magnetically)…. does this have a corresponding earthquake trigger effect? Possibly.