MONOLOGUE WRITTEN BY CLYDE LEWIS
Last week, a woman named Gloria called my show and she sounded shaken. She told me that her whole house was rumbling and she felt some sort of low frequency hum in her Pottstown, Pennsylvania home. Her phone call generated a lot of emails. In the e-mails I received, there were people in the general area where she lived experiencing hums and other low rumbles under their homes as well.
There were some of the e-mails that tried to explain that there was a nuclear power plant nearby and that perhaps this was what was causing the hum.
Others were actually thinking that she was the victim of electronic harassment.
I also had a seismologist contact me to tell me that what she may have heard was a seismic hum.
He said that it is not uncommon to have people who are very sensitive to P-Wave activity and it usually indicates that a major earthquake may take place. The earthquake does not have to take place in the area where the hum and rumble are felt.
IMAGE CREDIT: IRIS WIKI
Earthquakes generate three types of seismic waves: P (primary) waves, S (secondary) waves and surface waves, which arrive at seismic recording stations one after another. Both P and S waves penetrate the interior of the Earth while surface waves do not. Due to this, P and S waves are known as “body waves.”
Six days ago, there was a 7.9 earthquake that was reported in the Gulf of Alaska. The quake set off Tsunami Alarms for the Pacific Ocean. Later it was determined that the quake didn’t affect the water in the region; however, it did affect the water in Florida, thousands of miles from the epicenter.
Sensors near Fort Lauderdale and Madison, near the Georgia border, showed a minor change in water levels after the earthquake, according to the United States Geological Survey.
A water level rise from 41.59 feet to 41.77 feet was recorded at the well near Madison before it returned to normal. At the well near Fort Lauderdale, the water level fell from 1.42 feet to 1.31 feet.
Why did water levels in these wells some 3,800 miles away from the earthquake’s epicenter change?
It was because of the seismic waves that move through the planet during a spike in seismic activity.
After an 8.5 magnitude earthquake near Alaska in 1964 water level changes were reported at 716 wells in the United States, according to the USGS.
Occasionally, changes can be extreme.
A 5.2 magnitude northwest Pennsylvania temblor in 1998 rendered dry about 120 wells for local homes for about three months.
The Denali, Alaska, 7.9 magnitude earthquake of 2002 caused a well in Wisconsin to rise 2 feet.
Days after the quake in Alaska, two large earthquakes rocked the North Coast of California both measuring 5.0 or larger, in less than one hour. The first earthquake was reported at 8:39 a.m. and measured a 5.8 magnitude. The epicenter was 115 miles west-southwest of Eureka.
The second earthquake was reported at 9:24 am and measured a 5.1 magnitude. The epicenter was 57 miles west-southwest of Eureka.
Scientists, in an effort to predict quakes have now found that a rise in static electricity below the ground could be a reliable indicator that a quake is imminent.
Magnetometers are sensitive enough to detect magnetic pulses from electrical discharges up to 10 miles away, which could give people enough time to get to safety before a quake strikes.
Scientists at first turned to seismology as a predictive tool, hoping to find patterns of foreshocks that might indicate that a fault is about to slip. Sadly, nothing has been able to reliably distinguish between the waves of energy that herald a great earthquake and harmless rumblings.
When an earthquake looms, scientists theorize, activity below ground goes through a “strange change,” producing intense electrical currents.
Electrical currents that may produce a hum or an anomalous electrical spike as the waves pass through the earth and then trigger an area of shaking.
They’re on the order of 100,000 amperes for a magnitude 6 earthquake and a million amperes for a magnitude 7. It’s like a bolt of lightning firing through the ground.
I would speculate that due to the earthquakes that happened after Gloria called the show, it was a P-Wave that was felt and that it most certainly was powerful enough for her to feel it.
There are times however when these electrical pulses can be attributed solar flares, and electrical interference from highway equipment.
It may have been a first time a caller has called into my show feeling a P-Wave and not knowing what it was.
After the huge meteor exploded over Detroit, we reported that there were some magnetic anomalies that some satellites picked up and this created a buzz with some scientists thinking that the magnetic anomalies were some sort of communication from aliens.
The magnetic spikes also were detected before these strange earthquakes.
The question was whether or not all of the magnetic markers were connected to both what happened over Detroit – the wave over Pennsylvania and the final three earthquakes that magnetically forced water levels to change.
Whatever happened, there was some sort of major magnetic anomaly triggering an active Earth.
On the evening of Saturday, March 12th, 2005 a UFO was seen in the sky by residents ranging from southern Oregon to Seattle, WA. The time of the sighting was a few minutes before 8:00 PM PST.
At approximately the same time, a 3.3 magnitude earthquake occurred nearby Olympia, WA. Just a few minutes later, a large power outage left thousands of Seattle residents without electricity for approximately an hour and a half. The UFO was later determined to be a fireball. There were also reports of transformer explosions and power poles burning after the incident. This begs the question was it really just a meteor or was it a UFO with a large magnetic field.
As meteors or even UFO’s move through the electric field of the Earth, it is not unreasonable to expect that energetic effects could disturb both tectonic plates and electrical power systems. This also happens when CME’s come from the Sun.
Scientists are now warning us that magnetic fluctuations in the earth will be on the rise this year as the Earth is slowing down. This could mean that anything that disrupts the magnetic flow or anything that generates a P or S wave will most definitely trigger more earthquakes this year and they also said to be more severe.
Seismologists have noticed some strange low frequency readings. These frequencies were too low for human ears in the 0.1 to 10 hertz range. A study published in journal nature says that the earth sometimes goes through a period of oscillation.
Believe it or not, its oscillation period can kick off a low power frequency push that has the equivalency of a 6.0 earthquake.
It actually happens on days where there is no earthquakes to blame, but people feel it, and some even hear it.
Satellites that interpret magnetic fluctuations above the planet are able to convert these signals to sound. Usually the Earth sends out a signal that sounds a lot like a windy day at the beach. Many scientists conclude that this sound and frequency is connection to ocean waves.
However, lately there have been some fluctuating signals that when interpreted sound like huge UFO’s firing up their engines over the planet.
Once again there is no sound in space but what had been detected and interpreted sounds very alien in scope.
It may be tempting to listen and determine that an alien fleet is above the earth making these sounds – scientists are determining that the earth’s metal core may be sticking to the mantle.
This causes a disruption in its flow. This would alter Earth’s magnetic field and produce a temporary hiccup in Earth’s rotation. So what is being heard is a grinding of the gears so to speak.
IMAGE CREDIT: PETER REID
The planet’s rotation starts to slow down as a result. This will trigger a number of severe earthquakes in diverse places.
Over the weekend I was getting reports of huge glowing anomalies happening in Alabama. This also can be an indication of the earth having electrical problems due to the slow down.
They are also harbingers of earthquake activity.
Sometimes earthquakes can produce flashes of light and other luminous events, as well. Ball lightning has been reported accompanying earthquakes, as have bright, colorful cloud-like formations floating in the sky above the fractured strata. It is not surprising that glow discharges occur before and after earthquakes: compressing quartz creates a flow of electric current. That is one reason why radio noise can be detected coming from areas under extreme stress.
Many people have seen balls of light leaving volcanoes accompanied with terrifying lightning discharges out of the Earth. Quartz reacts to stress by producing electricity, but when electric charge flows through quartz it vibrates with a frequency coincident with the watts of power supplied to it.
There are a few people that are predicting that the Blue Moon and its eventual eclipse will have a magnetic effect on the planet causing severe earthquakes and various weather anomalies leading to catastrophic natural disasters.
There has been a window set between the dates January 30 to February 2 that will be more critical with the possibility of a 7.0 or greater hitting an area of the planet that could affect the magnetic health of the planet.
A Blue Moon or a lunar eclipse or a full Moon does not necessarily cause a seismic increase, but some claim it creates an amplified magnetic influence on the earth and on humans.
People are also alarmed to know that there is a planet alignment that will accompany the Blue Moon that eventually will turn to blood.
Not every alignment causes a seismic increase, but almost every seismic increase (magnitude six plus+) is caused by one or more planetary alignments.
The Super Moon was 14 per cent bigger and 30 per cent brighter than usual making it appear closer to Earth.
For the first time in 152 years, a Super Blue Blood Moon will be visible around the world on January 31, this Wednesday.
IMAGE CREDIT: CHRIS RICCO
Some are saying that this is a Death Moon – symbolic in both early Native American prophecy and biblical prophecy as well.
I did receive an e-mail for a listener who was concerned that this rare Blue Moon Red Moon event on Wednesday is certainly a reason to pay attention to biblical prophecy.
Passages from the books of Acts and Revelation suggest the world could be doomed to face the Apocalypse predicted the Bible.
The Bible speaks of a great earthquake and an eclipse before the full moon becomes like “like blood.”
The earthquakes last week were said to be harbingers of the worse yet to come.
In the Book of Revelation, it reads: “When he opened the sixth seal, I looked, and behold, there was a great earthquake, and the sun became black as sackcloth, the full moon became like blood, and the stars of the sky fell to the earth as the fig tree sheds its winter fruit when shaken by a gale.
The sky vanished like a scroll that is being rolled up, and every mountain and island was removed from its place.”
Opening of the seventh seal is said to trigger the chorus of the angels trumpets, signaling the “the wrath of God upon the earth”.
Could the trumpets be nothing more than these seismic hums that people hear before an earthquake?
Earthquakes remain the most difficult natural disaster to predict. They tend to occur with little to no forewarning and can thus be incredibly destructive. Often times, geologists are limited to historical trends in data to predict the likelihood an earthquake will occur.