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Friday, March 11, 2011

Will "Supermoon" On March 19 Portend Calamitous Earthquakes?

Hours before the devastating 8.9-magnitude earthquake struck northeastern Japan- Ms. Rittenhouse made me aware of a story that had appeared on YAHOO news of a "supermoon" occurance to take place on March 19.

The "supermoon" as it's being called is our Moon being at the closest point to Earth in 18 years- or "just 221,567 miles away" and the Moon will also be full.

An astrologer predicts massive natural disasters- but scientists aren't so sure.

One thing IS for sure- that the Earth has been quite seismically-active over the past few weeks- leading up to the massive quake in Japan.

Stay tuned for this one.... 


Anonymous said...

No it didn't 18 years ago why will it now?

Groucho K. Marx said...

Good point!