Osaka Japan Earthquake

Has this tragic prediction happened? Please pray for the safety of all those in Japan.

A Japan earthquake has unfortunately been a focus of theirs for the last month or so, they did imply a Tsunami and thankfully that did not happen. In the other prediction they talked about crashing water, or damaged canal, I do hope its not a reference to a mudslide.

Predictions 5-23-18 Japan Earthquake/Tsunami  “The Japan prediction is coming.” I had a visual of 7 00 in big bold print.

There are only two different predictions about Japan. The first is the passing of the King or queen. The second is a Tsunami, the Tsunami prediction is below, note how 7 00 fits the message, implying the countdown is complete:

We are expecting one massive earthquake/Tsunami, if we are to follow the old message it will be in the Japan or Asian Pacific:

Then Spirit marked an area in the ocean Southwest of Japan. This again implies a Tsunami prediction is approaching.



10 thoughts on “Osaka Japan Earthquake

  1. Can I tell you my Dream I had a few nights ago? Had a Tsunami and everything I saw in the dream all referred to Japan.

    1. Lowell, I wondered about that since there are no aftershocks after this yet. It’s my understanding if there are no aftershocks within 12 hours following, it’s a fore shock. It’s already surpassed those 12 hours by about 6 hours, which means, there will be a main shock. The longer it takes, the bigger the magnitude. Did you pick up any certain part of Japan?

  2. USGS is reporting this as a 5.5 while the rest of the world is saying 6.1 and hundreds injured. I agree another one is coming that is bigger. Felt bad yesterday like I didn’t have my sea legs.

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