Earthquake Signs Update
August 14, 2012 in World
I wrote Saturday about one person’s prediction of major earthquakes and tsunami for California. At that time, I promised an update.
Here it is.
The prediction originated with Mitchell Coombes. Supposedly, he predicted the Japanese earthquake and tsunami in March 2011.
I say “supposedly” because, in my research to learn more, I joined a couple of Facebook groups that were discussing his predictions. Within each was a hotly contested debate over the possibility that the Facebook posts with his prediction were written afterwards and the date changed to make them look accurate.
Within the chitchat, I found an update from Coombes.
The only main change is that the East coast of NSW (New South Wales) is not going to get a tsunami for now, California are next. Now all of the earthquakes are going to hit California and they will get the worst of it, and the east coast of QLD (Queensland) obviously. But NSW is in the clear for now. Remember these earthquakes are man made. The Iran earthquakes last night have nothing to do with my warning. All focus is now on California. No 104 hour countdown was posted for California yet, for California HAARP are close, let’s hope we can prevent it from happening California but I doubt it.
On Saturday, I was hesitant to post these links because, a couple of days after Coombes’ original post went up, it came down, to be replaced by a long note that said he is not into psychic predictions, doomsday scenarios, or a member of any religious group or cult.
Furthermore, Kerry Cassidy of Project Camelot, who had written about Coombes Facebook posts and reported additional information, had edited her article, as if she were having second thoughts about it.
On Sunday, Coombes posts reappeared, intact with the original comments. Two explanations were given: Facebook was censoring his posts or Facebook was having technical difficulties.
In addition, I had an email exchange with Kerry Cassidy where she verified her source as reliable. However, the source was a secret whistleblower and she couldn’t tell me who it was. She confirmed her initial report of information that was not in Coombes’ Facebook post.
I reviewed what I had heard.
Coombes was making a prediction, based on insider information. He was not claiming to have psychic powers.
Coombes has the ability to hack into a computer system to observe, but not control, HAARP activity. He believes HAARP may be used to create manmade earthquakes.
He has reason to think there are multiple large earthquakes (9.4 or greater) planned to target California. These will spur tsunamis that will come inland for seventy miles. This will happen within days.
Based on previous experience, when Coombes sees a certain type of HAARP activity, the earthquake happens in 104 hours.
He hopes that by revealing this information, he can stop this from happening.
If he sees the HAARP activity that causes earthquakes, he will issue a 104 hour warning.
A lot of people think none of this is legitimate. Some don’t believe HAARP exists. Some don’t believe HAARP can cause Earthquakes. Some claim Coombes just likes attention.
As I wrote Saturday, my internal guidance told me to pay attention. This doesn’t mean Coombes is for real, although it could mean that. It just means I am supposed to watch this develop.
That is what I am doing.
During this process, I’ve discovered related information. I’ll write about that tomorrow.