[Trending Now] 'Quake Mystic' Who Predicted Japan Eartquake in 2016 Predicts Another Massive Earthquake Will Strike Between February 24 and March 8, 2017!

In 2016, a 6.9-magnitude earthquake devastated Japan and ' quake mystic ' Frank Hoogerbeets claimed that he had predicted the c...

In 2016, a 6.9-magnitude earthquake devastated Japan and 'quake mystic' Frank Hoogerbeets claimed that he had predicted the catastrophe. Last January 28, Hoogerbeets issued a public warning announcement that a major earthquake will hit the Earth between February 24 and March 8, 2017.

Hoogerbeets, who is based in Netherlands. uses a self-styled technique to predict the arrival of this natural disaster. He uses the 'planetary alignment' or arrangement of the planets in the solar system in his earthquake prediction method. However, Hoogerbeets' technique has no scientific basis

He claims that the planetary alignment and the gravitational force of the moon affect the movement of the Earth's plates, hence causing an earthquake. However, scientists already tried to debunk his claim as they clarified that the moon and Earth's alignment has nothing to do with the vibrations of the Earth.

On his website ditrianum.org, Hoogerbeets claimed that the change in the alignment of Mars, Venus, Jupiter and Earth will cause seismic activities that will produce the 'Big One', which is a 7.3-magnitude earthquake. Hoogerbeet's claim of the 'Big One' was accompanied by a Youtube video summarizing his findings and predictions. 

"Undoubtedly, the most critical time-frame will be the first week of March, because of the multiple alignments in the previous week and the highly critical convergence of Earth’s alignments with Jupiter and Uranus as well as with the Sun and Neptune on 2 March," Hoggerbeets claimed on his online website.

Because of the successive earthquakes which strike Philippines in less than a month, people started to worry about this natural calamity. In addition, the sightings of various dead sea creatures troubled many citizens as they believe that these dead animals are signs of an approaching disaster.

The Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (PHIVOLCS) initially claimed that earthquakes cannot be predicted, hence there is no confirmation of the 'Big One'. Nevertheless, the government agency still insists that everyone should stay prepared and alert in case this massive natural disaster hits the country. 

Do you believe that a massive earthquake will soon devastate Earth? What can you do to stay safe? Let us know in the comment section below!
Source: TNPdanified


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