An artificial earthquake feels totally different, and looks different on a seismograph

By Jim Stone 

My much needed update on this topic and response:

“They” have definitely used their earthquake machine repeatedly, and I have felt both it and natural quakes. Let me start by telling you the difference in the feel –

I have felt several natural quakes. And they have the same feel to the shake as riding in a 4 wheel drive truck over rough trails. Natural quakes have sudden jolts and bounces at random intervals and you can’t guess what will happen next.

CONTRAST:

I also experienced the totally FAKE man-made Chiapas quake, and it felt completely different from a natural quake. It felt more like being aboard a perfectly smoothly accelerating jet taking off of a smooth runway. It’s pure acceleration with absolutely no bouncing. A creepy liquid gooey dizzy feeling. YOU CAN FEEL THE DIFFERENCE between a natural quake and the earthquake machine VERY EASILY.

None of the natural quakes ever made me feel like I would get motion sickness, but the fake quake did. It first accelerated West, then South, then back East. And like I said, there was absolutely no shaking our bouncing, it was perfectly smooth fluid motion.

How can you tell it was the earthquake machine, in solid concrete terms?

The most obvious for me was the feel. The second most obvious is that the earthquake machine somehow pulls on the surface of the earth, so any quake made by it registers at 15 KM depth or less. Typically they register at 10 KM depth. Natural quakes do not do that. Natural quakes are virtually always 50 km or more down, up to 700 km. On rare occasion they can be at 25 KM, but NEVER at 10 KM. The Japan earthquake was measured at 10 km depth, a dead giveaway.

Another obvious indicator it is a man made quake is lack of seismic damage per magnitude rating. Since the earthquake machine has a smooth pull and virtually no bumps or shakes, damage totals have been (from all the observations I have made) a full magnitude less than natural quakes. That is a very key indicator. AND FINALLY

As shown with the advertisement for the state wide Chiapas earthquake drill, The 20 March 2012 Chiapas quake coincided TO THE MINUTE with an earthquake drill for the exact same quake of the exact same magnitude, at the exact same location President Obama’s daughter was vacationing at the time. How can you have an earthquake exactly matching your drill scenario, with the exact same magnitude happening at the exact same time as your drill?

There is little doubt the powers that be did it to threaten Obama. Since the drill had everyone outdoors near the “epicenter” at the time the “quake” happened to match the drill, only a few hundred people died even though thousands of homes were destroyed. And Obama’s daughter was safely outside while the threat was delivered because of the drill. 

Interesting it is that so many other “terror” events have coincided with drills, which made this particular “coincidence” an OBVIOUS one, So if you do get hit by that earthquake down there in El Salvador, all you have to do is pay attention to what I have said here to know if it was an act of war or not. Check the magnitude and compare it against damage. If the damage is less than the rating for the quake, that’s an indicator. Pay attention to how the quake feels. If it’s a smooth ride absent any bumps and jolts, like accelerating in a jet at takeoff, that is another indicator. And most importantly, if it is at a depth of less than 15 KM, that’s the smoking gun.

For reference, the Chiapas report follows:

This was my initial report of the March 20 Chiapas quake

I felt the earthquake in Mexico city, it happened at high noon.

I was in a Starbucks next to the Sams Club in the Santa Fe district of Mexico City. The quake lasted about 20 seconds, and whatever the magnitude, people gawked at the swaying buildings. SO, tie whatever magnitude this was into the Tokyo footage on 3/11. This swayed buildings and flickered the power. How much does it take to sway buildings and cause power glitches? At any rate, I was unimpressed with the 3/11 Tokyo footage.

Ok, I got the details, it was a 7.6 in Oaxaca Mexico, on the coast about 500 km away. My guestimate of the magnitude in Mexico City is that it was about a 4.5 – 5.0 at this distance. It felt like accelerating back and forth, and from the feel of it I would say the earth had to have moved 10 feet back and forth but it was not a violent movement. It disoriented drivers, after evacuation I saw a guy on a motorcycle talking to a cop, and the cop was sort of laughing, re-assuring the rider he was not delerious.

Hmm, a 7.6 500KM away swaying buildings and flickering power. Remind me, how big is Japan? No seismograph on 3/11 registered anything higher than a 6.67, consider that. What happened in Mexico today was much bigger. And the construction here is not that good, so I think there may have been a disaster at the epicenter, though everything is business as usual in Mexico City.

March 20 Mexico quake verified MAN MADE

A reader sent me a mail with a link to a report by Dutchsince, which claimed that the march 20 quake in Mexico was man made. I was skeptical, but then took a look at his report which documented that a very well planned and advertised earthquake drill matching the exact same scenario at the exact same magnitude at the exact same time had taken place. If you look at what I said in my initial report – it felt like accelerating back and forth, not a violent movement, and in mails I also added that it had no vibration of any sort. This matches the descriptions of the Fukushima quake that came out of Japan. 

Furthermore, if you read my mails from Japan, in there my writers said that all the quakes were happening at a depth of 10 KM and because of that, and the way the quakes felt un natural, they believed the spate of recent quakes in Japan were from an earthquake machine, the existence of which is documented in the Fukushima report. Well, the USGS said this quake happened at a depth of 10 km, which matches Japan exactly. Usually quakes are much deeper, and this similarity with Japan is suspicious ESPECIALLY CONSIDERING

THIS!!!UPDATE: LaVoz Del Norte pulled the article about the drill but I have a backup (linked below)

To Lavoz Del Norte and others who will bury the facts when they are inconvenient, Now you know what will happen on this site; (explanation to readers on the next line . . . . .

Note – The newspaper La Voz Del Norte, which posted this article has banned all access to it and all others on their site related to it. SO,

It’s a good thing I made a back up!

. . . . . . After a while in this business of busting lies and cover ups, you learn to do that!)
This text article is dated March 13, and verifies that indeed, this quake HAD TO BE man made and that the graphics for the drill, which the article speaks about are not phony.

It is verified truth the quake in mexico was indeed man made, the depth, which matches the suspicious quakes in Japan, and the fact it coincided with an earthquake drill matching the exact same scenario puts it over the top into the false flag terror category. Many of my readers are well read enough to know that on 9/11 there was a terror drill covering the EXACT SAME SCENARIO happening nationwide, including at NORAD, which caused them to fail to address and react to a very real situation, and the London train bombings, where the same thing happened. Now that terror in the name of Arabs has failed, they are attempting a new approach – terror in the name of the environment. You would think they would come up with a different bag of tricks, the whole “drill coincidence” theme is getting a little obvious. I made good and sure I got the real info from the real source before posting this, and now, I applaud Dutchsince for the WONDERFUL work!

And now, since this is proven, I am going to make a real good guess. I would be willing to bet that a gravity wave, or gravity machine has been invented. This would be prime for triggering earthquakes, because if you could put a gravity pull on the crust of the earth, in a direction other than down or up, it would indeed move the earth back and forth the way I felt it. I think that is what we are witnessing here and I would bet 500 pesos the Mexican government was not in on this particular joke.

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One Response to “An artificial earthquake feels totally different, and looks different on a seismograph”

  1. Anonymous says:

    NIce one! Reading this,I can vividly recall the 1976 earthquake in Southern Philippines. It was unpredictable in terms of its movement. There was an irregular sideways movement(it stops and starts all over again), a ‘groaning’ sound coming from the ground, it seems, and the general feeling of being shaken in different directions. The groaning sound was scary, along with the sound of wooden building joints and other structures creaking under stress. Apparently, these evil men never sleep plotting their next evil move and they are capable of producing earthquakes now. Where does that leave us? I hope we can do something to deal with these dark minds. Thanks, Jim,Henry.

    Unknown – nymous

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