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Swiss Man's Prediction of 9.0 NW Earthquake Now Echoed by U.S. Scientists
by Michael Horn


Posted: 16:14 August 24, 2008

Government officials in the designated areas urged to immediately create evacuation plans for the predicted resulting tsunami.

Recent findings by scientific experts echo a prediction, from 2005, of a mammoth earthquake that will be centered in the Pacific Northwest. The prediction by Billy Meier, a 71-year old Swiss man with a remarkable, 58-year record of specific, accurate predictions, and the report from 2008 by Oregon State University scientists (www.sciencedaily.com) agree on the likelihood of an enormous natural disaster occurring. However, Meier's warning also specifically mentioned a gigantic tsunami that would produce unimaginably devastating consequences for residents of the Pacific coast.

On June 25, 2005, over three years before the OSU report was issued, Meier published the following warning, "According to our preview there will be a seaquake of 9 points on the Richter Scale in the region of the North Pacific not far from the American coast, from Portland to the south of California up to Washington in the north. As a result there will be a gigantic fault of several hundred kilometers, when as never before a seaquake-tsunami will spread in a ring form and produce immense devastation on the main land and on the islands, which will cost many human lives. The seaquake will last for about 5 minutes, to be followed by additional and less forceful quakes, which will trigger another but less severe tsunami. Some facts about this threatening danger are known to terrestrial scientists, but they are not capable of realizing the really/factually developing catastrophe."

OSU scientists don't foresee a tsunami and have a lower estimate of the magnitude of the quake than Meier. Neither they nor Meier gave a specific date for the predicted events. Even with advance warning and monitoring of natural disasters like hurricanes and tornadoes, the resulting damage and loss of life can be massive. But since the exact time, location and magnitude of earthquakes and tsunamis is rarely, if ever, precisely predicted, the resulting losses in life and property are often far more catastrophic.

It is incumbent upon all pertinent government agencies and officials in the designated areas to immediately create evacuation plans and to warn the population in the areas most at risk of the possibility of a tsunami, so that they can make their own escape plans for their families and themselves.

Coming Mega-catastrophe for the U.S.?

In early 2005, not long after the devastating Indian Ocean earthquake and tsunami, Meier received information from the Plejaren that there would be an eruption of the La Palma volcano in the Canary Islands that would produce a tsunami of unprecedented destructive force. They said that as horrific as the Asian tsunami was, it would be dwarfed in comparison by the devastation, especially to the residents of the east coast of the U.S., caused by the La Palma tsunami.

Meier was told that the tsunami's waves could reach several hundred meters in height and come in at supersonic speeds, penetrating as much as 12 miles inland - along the entire east coast of the U.S.


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