Iran Earthquake

This prediction has happened. Please pray for the safety of all those in Iran.

Predictions 4-15-18   I had a visual I was walking on a desert road. Then it shifted to show the ground shake.

“Earthquake.. the damage extensive”

The facts: BEIRUT (Reuters) – An earthquake injured at least 76 people and damaged buildings in the southwestern Iranian city of Sisakht on Wednesday morning, state media reported.
The 5.3 magnitude earthquake struck just after 8:30 a.m. local time (0408 GMT), the National Earthquake Information Center said.
State media said it caused extensive damage to property in the city, around 160 km (100 miles) northwest of the city of Shiraz.

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17 thoughts on “Iran Earthquake

  1. Eric and SWC, I couldn’t find the news of Iran’s earthquake. Will someone please send the link…thanks.

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  2. Eric and SWC, I can sense the waves above the grounds. Its connection to constant volcano in Hawaii. Very intriguing.

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  3. Hi to you all. It is so frustrating not being able to send you comments, particularly on weekends, when the Internet in my isolated area is poor to non existent.
    My first non-sent post was around 9.00am my time re the major Hawaiian earthquake, and then the many aftershocks.
    Anyway, now that the server is less congested, there has been a 6.1 mag, in the Philippines.
    I don’t think these are one offs. Please, be prepared if that is possible, in any areas in the world prone to quakes. I don’t like what I’m feeling. Pete

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    • Hi petemedium!

      You are correct, this is not coincidence. I took physical geography in college ages ago.

      If one knows where the plates are & how they move one can predict some things.

      Here is a good resource showing a map and the way plates move (towards each other, away from each other, and sliding in opposite directions against each other).

      The volcanic ring of fire is in a subduction zone. This means tectonic plates are crashing into each other.

      https://www.learner.org/interactives/dynamicearth/tectonicsmap/

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