11/27/2015 — East Coast New York Earthquake — Rare M3.7 strikes New York / SE Canada bord

11/27/2015 — East Coast New York Earthquake — Rare M3.7 strikes New York / SE Canada bord

Just as we were expecting, as the earthquake forecast called for, a rare moderate M3.7 earthquake (M3.4 revised) has struck the East coast near the New York / Southeast Canada border (Ottawa).

new york earthquake nov 27 2015

The earthquake forecast video specifically talked about the possibility of M3.0 to M4.0 earthquakes striking the East coast (New York into Southeast Canada ) this week.

Now a M3.7 has struck New York / Southeast Canada after a long period with no noteworthy earthquake activity in the area.

See the earthquake forecast video here: Talking about New York and a M3 to M4 striking at approximately 12min 15sec forwards:

As the video above explains, the reason we were watching New York for a M3.0 to M4.0 earthquake is due to something that I have been teaching my viewers for several years (something which professionals came to my pages to deny).

Pressure is transferring across plates in the OPPOSITE direction than we are told plates actually “move”.

The craton (plate) is moving from the West to the East — contrary to what is taught in modern Geology / Seismology.   The common teaching is that the mid-Atlantic ridge is spreading, causing the North American plate to be pushed WESTward.

In reality, the opposite is taking place currently.  Pressure has transferred across the North American plate over just a few days time, causing earthquake swarms along the way (as the pressure transferred from the Pacific Northwest, to Oklahoma, then to the New Madrid, finally to the East coast where it releases at the craton edge weak point.

This graphic below speaks a thousand words towards the documentation of the craton earthquake progression from W to E.

nov 28 2015 earthquakes progress
Past 7 days of M2.5+ earthquakes in the United States (up to Nov 28 2015 1210am CT) shows the progression of earthquakes from the West coast to the East coast.. oldest earthquakes in Red, youngest earthquake in Green, past 24 hours of earthquakes in White.. clearly the West coast moved first, then the midwest, then the East coast


I explained the earthquake progression across the plate in my most recent earthquake update video:

Information on this earthquake from the USGS:

Magnitude/uncertainty 3.7 ml± 0.4
Location 44.961°N 74.719°W
Depth/uncertainty 3.3 km± 3.5
Origin Time
Number of Stations 18
Number of Phases 22
Minimum Distance 21.56 km (0.19°)
Travel Time Residual 0.24 sec
Azimuthal Gap 112°
FE Region New York (472)

11/24/2015 — Peru South America struck by TWO large M7.7 earthquakes

Updated 630pm CST November 24, 2015:

Two large M7.7 / M7.6 earthquakes struck back to back in Peru South America at a very deep level.  Originally these events were recorded as M6.9, M7.1 in strength, then upgraded by the USGS.

Obviously, two M7.7’s is a large amount of movement to occur in the region.  No doubt people felt this event across the countries nearby.

yellowstone idaho cern-SPACEWAR-LCH sandhook 44

Global seismic unrest has been progressing across the Pacific plate, and adjacent plates spanning West from the Pacific towards Europe, as well as Eastward towards the Americas.

After a deep M6.0 struck the West Pacific a few hours ago (Nov. 24) , now we see another deep earthquake has struck the EAST Pacific — measuring M7.5 in size.

European agencies showing TWO events.. M7.1 + M7.0 … the USGS is showing two M7.7 earthquakes (started out as a M6.9 then upgraded to M7.5 then elevated to 2 different M7.7 events).

A large Pacific plate earthquake warning was issued yesterday in light of the multiple deep earthquakes which struck across the whole plate over a few hours time.

Here is the warning which was issued, telling people to watch out for a coming large earthquake in the  next few days.  Peru / Chile border region was warned a full 24 hours prior to this large earthquake striking.


Here is the text of that warning, unedited – quote:

Yesterday at 10:36am ·

Past 24 hours of international earthquake activity shows 3 different deep earthquake locations.

past 24 hours deep earthquake nov 23 2015

Seen in this graphic raised high off the planet — the three locations are Chile, Fiji, and Japan. Obviously the three locations span the whole Pacific plate, from East Pacific Chile, to Far NW Pacific in Japan.

Keep watch for a large Pacific plate earthquake over the next few days, as the deep earthquakes displace the area below the plate… the shallow areas above will be in flux.

The shallower earthquake(s) will be at least 1-2 magnitudes larger than the deep movement.

Basically the whole plate is upwelling pressure from below, meaning the whole plate should show larger compensation movement in the near term. The currently “prone” + silent areas are the areas to watch for the large earthquake to strike.

This means the three areas listed, as well as the adjacent areas , additionally the silent areas should all show movement soon. The whole plate should move at a shallow level after this deep movement.

West coast USA is not immune.”

See the earthquake forecast issued on November 17, 2015 — calling for new large Pacific plate movement to strike the region:

Full information on this M7.7 from the EMSC + USGS:

Magnitude 7.7 mww
Location/uncertainty 10.070°S 70.981°W± 10.0 km
Depth/uncertainty 606.6 km± 7.0
Origin Time
Number of Stations
Number of Phases 90
Minimum Distance 320.82 km (2.88°)
Travel Time Residual 1.13 sec
Azimuthal Gap 61°
FE Region Peru-Brazil border region (112)


Magnitude 7.6 mww
Location/uncertainty 10.548°S 70.904°W± 9.1 km
Depth/uncertainty 600.6 km± 4.1
Origin Time
Number of Stations
Number of Phases 311
Minimum Distance 369.24 km (3.32°)
Travel Time Residual 0.93 sec
Azimuthal Gap 16°
FE Region Peru-Brazil border region (112)

Magnitude 7.5 mww
Location/uncertainty 10.585°S 70.966°W± 8.8 km
Depth/uncertainty 602.3 km± 7.4
Origin Time
Number of Stations
Number of Phases 123
Minimum Distance 369.02 km (3.31°)
Travel Time Residual 1.06 sec
Azimuthal Gap 44°
FE Region Peru-Brazil border region (112)

M 7.1 – CENTRAL PERU – 2015-11-24 22:50:54 UTC



Magnitude M 7.1
Date time 2015-11-24 22:50:54.6 UTC
Location 10.11 S ; 71.08 W
Depth 605 km
Distances 684 km E of Lima, Peru / pop: 7,737,002 / local time: 17:50:54.6 2015-11-24
272 km W of Cobija, Bolivia / pop: 26,585 / local time: 18:50:54.6 2015-11-24
214 km NW of Iberia, Peru / pop: 4,386 / local time: 17:50:54.6 2015-11-24

Source parameters provided by:
 GeoForschungsZentrum (GEOFON) — Potsdam, Germany (GFZ)

M 7.0 – PERU-BRAZIL BORDER REGION – 2015-11-24 22:45:37 UTC



Magnitude Mw 7.0
Date time 2015-11-24 22:45:37.6 UTC
Location 10.59 S ; 70.94 W
Depth 593 km
Distances 684 km E of Lima, Peru / pop: 7,737,002 / local time: 17:45:37.6 2015-11-24
242 km W of Cobija, Bolivia / pop: 26,585 / local time: 18:45:37.6 2015-11-24
170 km NW of Iberia, Peru / pop: 4,386 / local time: 17:45:37.6 2015-11-24

Source parameters reviewed by a seismologist

More information at: USGS/NEIC Denver, USA
 GeoForschungsZentrum (GEOFON) Potsdam, Germany

11/19/2015 — Oklahoma hit by noteworthy M4.7 earthquake — Forecast area hit

Oklahoma was struck by a noteworthy M4.7 earthquake (near M5.0 in size).

Most of my viewers / readers will not be surprised to find out this larger earthquake struck directly at a fracking operation.  (see screenshots of the nearest well below, which is part of a huge pumping operation)

m4.7 oklahoma earthquake november 18 2015

oklahoma fracking nov 19 2015

The earthquake forecast issued on November 17, 2015 specifically told the region to be prepared for near M5.0 earthquake activity.

Why were we watching for larger earthquake activity to strike Oklahoma this week?  Simply summed up, we were watching for near M5.0 activity because a large amount of seismic pressure was transferring across the craton (plate) from other regions to the West.

Oklahoma had a 2 day warning before this event occurred.

See the warning for near M5.0 earthquake activity to strike Oklahoma this week here:

The above video also covers the topic of Oklahoma becoming the MOST seismically active area on the entire planet.

The news on this new “status” of “most active region on Earth” just broke this week (2nd/3rd week of November).

Full information from the USGS:

Magnitude/uncertainty 4.7 mwr± 0.0
Location/uncertainty 36.661°N 98.461°W± 2.0 km
Depth/uncertainty 6.2 km± 4.0
Origin Time
Number of Stations
Number of Phases 69
Minimum Distance 27.38 km (0.25°)
Travel Time Residual 0.18 sec
Azimuthal Gap 98°
FE Region Oklahoma (499)