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Sept 16, 2011 Two earthquakes 6+ in the coast of Japan

Today the pattern of earthquakes keep their accelerated pace, in the last hours there were two of magnitude 6+ that occured in the coast of Japan.

Much has been said of comet Elenin and Planet X or Nibiru, but it is well to keep in mind that although Elenin is supposed to be small and non consequential it is a captive of the magnetic sphere generated by Nibiru which is huge. Nibiru is following the same trajectory as Elenin since the first is an unseparable part of the latter. In the 92 page article that I posted in this blog it can be seen in page 46 the position of Elenin and Nibiru on September 26 of 2011 when all the rest of the planets are in line. The circular line compromising the extend of the Nibiru magnetic field is already past the earth so it means we have entered its magnetic field.

This extra pull on the earth could be the cause of all the earthquakes that are happening right as we write in different parts of the world.

The coming of Jesus to Rapture his church is seen in all the things that are happening. If you do not know Jesus it is time that you do.


Latest Earthquakes in the World – Past 7 days

Latest Earthquakes Magnitude 2.5 or Greater in the United States and Adjacent Areas and Magnitude 4.5 or Greater in the Rest of the World – Last 7 days

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This list contains all earthquakes with magnitude greater than 2.5 located by the USGS and contributing networks in the last week (168 hours). Magnitudes 4.5 and above are in bold font. Magnitudes 6 and above are in red. (Some early events may be obscured by later ones on the maps.)

The most recent earthquakes are at the top of the list. Times are in Coordinated Universal Time (UTC). Click on the word “map” to see a ten-degree tall map displaying the earthquake. Click on an event’s “DATE” to get a detailed report.


If you cannot see the list, Click here to go to the top of the list.

Update time = Fri Sep 16 21:30:02 UTC 2011

y/m/d h:m:s
MAP  6.2   2011/09/16 21:08:06   40.221   143.050 20.2  OFF THE EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN
MAP  5.5   2011/09/16 20:11:15   40.305   143.180 19.0  OFF THE EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN
MAP  5.2   2011/09/16 19:39:46   40.403   142.034 10.4  NEAR THE EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN
MAP  6.6   2011/09/16 19:26:42   40.288   142.727 36.3  NEAR THE EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN
MAP  5.6   2011/09/16 18:23:26  -20.732   169.724 113.1  VANUATU
MAP  2.7 2011/09/16 17:21:18   45.794  -122.623 15.5  WASHINGTON
MAP  3.8 2011/09/16 14:51:51   36.895  -104.769 5.0  NEW MEXICO
MAP  2.6 2011/09/16 14:41:49   19.270  -155.435 9.1  ISLAND OF HAWAII, HAWAII
MAP  2.9 2011/09/16 14:26:30   51.766  -171.551 25.9  FOX ISLANDS, ALEUTIAN ISLANDS, ALASKA
MAP  2.8 2011/09/16 14:17:05   32.158  -115.258 10.0  BAJA CALIFORNIA, MEXICO
MAP  3.8 2011/09/16 14:00:09   61.242  -147.043 0.5  SOUTHERN ALASKA
MAP  2.7 2011/09/16 13:46:52   61.180  -147.086 51.7  SOUTHERN ALASKA
MAP  2.6 2011/09/16 13:39:16   61.201  -147.100 2.7  SOUTHERN ALASKA
MAP  5.2   2011/09/16 11:52:17   18.220   119.340 9.9  PHILIPPINE ISLANDS REGION
MAP  3.0 2011/09/16 09:50:24   18.117   -64.376 6.7  VIRGIN ISLANDS REGION
MAP  3.0 2011/09/16 06:56:47   18.937   -67.734 24.5  PUERTO RICO REGION
MAP  3.0 2011/09/16 06:44:00   51.691  -171.333 33.4  FOX ISLANDS, ALEUTIAN ISLANDS, ALASKA
MAP  4.9   2011/09/16 06:43:16   7.484   -36.939 10.0  CENTRAL MID-ATLANTIC RIDGE
MAP  4.4 2011/09/16 06:08:22   5.265   -82.537 10.0  SOUTH OF PANAMA
MAP  4.6   2011/09/16 05:27:11   35.465   140.850 41.8  NEAR THE EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN
MAP  4.1 2011/09/16 05:11:37   14.842   -95.271 11.1  OFF THE COAST OF OAXACA, MEXICO
MAP  3.2 2011/09/16 03:23:51   19.226   -64.788 24.8  VIRGIN ISLANDS REGION
MAP  4.7   2011/09/16 02:51:44  -20.562  -179.001 650.6  FIJI REGION

y/m/d h:m:s
MAP  3.7 2011/09/15 23:15:41   52.045  -171.072 40.0  FOX ISLANDS, ALEUTIAN ISLANDS, ALASKA
MAP  3.0 2011/09/15 23:00:20   56.252  -157.674 30.0  ALASKA PENINSULA
MAP  2.8 2011/09/15 22:29:27   31.144  -115.390 10.0  BAJA CALIFORNIA, MEXICO


Written by twelvebooks

September 16, 2011 at 5:49 pm

Sept 16, 2011 The coming war against Israel taking shape as we write

This article is a continuation of the one posted before. It is obvious from the article that there is a high stakes maneuver to control the newly discovered oil and gas fields in the Mediterranean sea and Israel stands in the way from relinquishing these fields that rightfully belong to them. The article below points to a much broader involvement of nations in the area as discussed in the Psalm 83 prophecy. In this blog under Psalm 83 there are many articles that decipher and explain who these ancient nations names belong at the present.

One thing is for sure the ambitions and hates the Islamic nations of the area have against Israel is a guarantee that we are on the verge of war for Israel.

Let us remember that Israel will not stand alone and that Jesus Christ will fight against all who go against Israel and they will be utterly destroyed.


Erdogan drives toward armed clash with Israel. Oil and gas at stake
DEBKAfileExclusive Report September 9, 2011, 12:04 AM (GMT+02:00)

Tags:  Turkey   Erdogan   Israel   Mediterranean   oil   Gaza blockade 
Tayyip Erdogan wants war with Israel

Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan this week coolly moved his country step by provocative step towards an armed clash with Israel – not just over the Palestinian issue, but because he covets the gas and oil resources of the eastern Mediterranean opposite Israel’s shores.
Thursday night, Sept. 8, he announced that Turkish warships will escort any Turkish aid vessels for Palestinians in the Gaza Strip. In his remarks to Al Jazeera television, the Turkish prime minister also said he had taken steps “to stop Israel from unilaterally exploiting natural resources from the eastern Mediterranean.”

He did not say what steps he had taken. However, for some time now, he has moved mountains to isolate Israel by drawing a double diplomatic noose around it.
If Turkish ships breach the Israeli naval blockade of Gaza, which a UN report last week pronounced legitimate under international law, Erdogan will become the first Muslim leader to embark on military action in the Palestinian cause. The Arab nations which fought Israel time after time in the past will be made to look ineffectual and the Turkish leader the regional big shot. Even Iran would be put in the shade for never daring to provoke Israel the way Turkey has.
The Turkish prime minister clings to the belief that the foremost Arab powers, Egypt and Saudi Arabia, which have been watching his maneuvers with deep suspicion, will have no choice but to play ball with him now that he has confronted Israel. The first crack in the Arab ice came about Thursday, Sept. 8, in the form of Egyptian consent to join the Turkish Navy in sea maneuvers in the eastern Mediterranean.
Erdogan plans to send his warships into this water for two missions:

1. To split the Israel’s small Navy into two heads – one for sustaining the blockade against Gaza and one for safeguarding the gas and oil rigs opposite its shores.
2.  To scare Israel into the full or partial stoppage of its offshore oil and gas operations, thereby robbing it of energy power status and substantial economic gains. Erdogan is determined never to let Israel overshadow Turkey in the regional stakes and will put a stop to the Jewish state’s progress – even if military aggression is called for.
debkafile’s military sources report that the Turkish prime minister is resolved to corner Israel into an inescapable military confrontation. It might not happen at once or even within a week, but it will happen a lot sooner than many Israeli politicians and military chiefs imagine because he is using Israel as his ticket to regional prestige.
Erdogan is driven to assert Turkey’s importance additionally by the way he was shouldered aside in Libya. Ankara invested heavily in its support for the Libyan rebels. But when British, French, Jordanian and Qatari special forces stormed Tripoli on Aug. 21 and overthrew the Qaddafi regime, Turkey was left behind and forgotten in the heat of the action.

From Ankara, the Turkish leader watches the sharing out of Libyan oil as the spoils of war among the Western powers and Qatar as an outsider.
Since he can’t pluck up courage to intervene in Syria, he has plumped for seizing eastern Mediterranean natural resources to elevate Turkey’s standing. Not only will he snatch the treasure out of Israel’s hands but no less important, he will challenge his country’s traditional rival Greece whose military ties with Israel are growing stronger.

As for Washington, Erdogan is counting on President Barack Obama’s backing in a military clash with Israel. Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and Defense Minister Ehud Barak are less confident of US support. This gives Turkey an edge in a conflict – the cost of the passive military policy pursued consistently by Israeli leaders in the face of security threats.
The Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas will also suffer if Turkey and Israel come to blows by being overshadowed.


Written by twelvebooks

September 16, 2011 at 1:17 pm

Sept 16, 2011 Israel and Greece unity in defence against Turkey’s agressive moves

As the month of September moves ahead the middle east is getting warmer and hot and not as far as temperature is concerned. The Mediterranean sea adjacent to Israel, Greece, Lebanon and Turkey have been found to have very big reserves of oil and gas. All these countries have now demonstrated that they want it to the exclusion of others.

Turkey is making very aggressive moves towards Israel and Greece the latter being a long time foe of Turkey. Because Turkey has decided to play a very active role against Israel, the latter has forged a defense pact with Greece to try to neutralize the Turkish navies threat to Israel or Greece.

These are the preemptive moves of nations that are on the verge of war with each other. The first war that I am anticipating will occur in the region against Israel is the one described in the prophetic Psalm 83.

This news while simultaneously concurring with the Palestinian bid for Statehood at the UN on Sept 20-23 may be a presage of what will happen in the whole area before the month is over.


Israeli-Greek defense pact invoked versus Turkish naval and air movements
DEBKAfileExclusive Report September 15, 2011, 10:51 AM (GMT+02:00)

Tags:  Israel   Greece   Turkey   Oil gas war   Mediterranean   Cyprus 
Turkish warplanes

Israel and Greece have invoked the mutual defense pact they signed secretly only 12 days ago in the light of heavy Turkish sea and air movements in the eastern Mediterranean. debkafile’s sources report that this was decided in a long nocturnal phone conversation Wednesday night Sept. 14 between the Israeli and Greek prime ministers, Binyamin Netanyahu and George Papandreou, and at Israel’s expanded cabinet of eight, which was called into session over the Turkish threat to its off-shore oil and gas rigs.
The Greek Prime Minister added to the information recorded so far on Turkish fleet movements in the Aegean and Mediterranean Seas. He was particularly concerned by the observation flights suddenly increased in the past 48 hours over the Greek island of Kastelorizo in the southeast Mediterranean just two kilometers from the Turkish coast. Those flights are escorted by Turkish combat jets.
Athens fears a Turkish attack on the island, whose population is fewer than 1,000, and an attempt to damage or seize it. Israel suspects that a Turkish attack on the Greek island will be the signal for Turkish military aggression against its oil and gas platforms located in the Mediterranean between Israel and Cyprus. Papandreou said the Turks are capable of surprise attacks on additional Greek islands near the Turkish coast.
Ankara would be acting on the pretext that Israel and Cyprus have no right to mark out and exploit the gas and oil zones of the eastern Mediterranean – a fuel-rich region known as Block 12 – without the consent of Turkish Cyprus (the Turkish Republic of North Cyprus – TRNC). Turkey also backs Lebanon’s complaint that Israel is robbing it of its natural resources. Talks between Lebanon and Cyprus to resolve this issue broke down. Beirut refuses any discussion with Israel.

Neither Jerusalem nor Athens has disclosed in what way they have invoked the new defense pact.

debkafile’s military sources surmise that in the first stage, Israeli navy and air forces are to be posted at Greek Mediterranean bases. The two intelligence agencies are already sharing input.
Up until now, Israel could only respond to a Turkish threat from its own borders. With a presence at Greek military bases, Israel will be able to operate from the rear of Turkish forces in the event of an attack by those forces in the Mediterranean.
Monday, Sept. 12, Ankara dictated conditions for Israel to obey in order to keep its navy afloat free of Turkish aggression:

1. Israel vessels are prohibited from taking action against Turkish ships heading for the Gaza Strip. Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan has declared “null and void” the UN report confirming the legality of Israel’s blockade of Gaza.

2. Israeli warships crossing the 12-mile line bounding its territorial waters will be challenged by Turkish warships, which are instructed to approach them to within 100 meters and “disable their weapons.”

This threat covers not only shipping bound for Gaza but also Israel’s oil and gas drilling platforms which are more than 60 miles out to sea.
Israel’s political and military spokesmen have been trying hard to downplay the Turkish menace. On Wednesday, Sept. 14, they brushed aside reports of Turkish naval and air movements in the eastern Mediterranean. After the cabinet of eight’s meeting, the official line was that Israel is practicing “restraint in contrast to Turkish wildness” and they should be given time to cool down. In any case, the US and NATO were closely monitoring the crisis Ankara is generating with Israel, Greece and Cyprus, and won’t let it degenerate into Turkish military action.

But both Israel and Greece appear to know better: They decided to invoke their mutual defense pact – not before obtaining a green light from Washington – because they believe the Turkish threats indicated by its military movements are real and tangible.


Here is the link to the Psalm 83:

Written by twelvebooks

September 16, 2011 at 12:57 pm