Connecting the Dots Re: 188 day Earthquakes

So the 188 day quake theory has been bouncing around for a while now and there are a few things that I want to both clear up and bring to your attention.

1) the interval of days between the major quakes-
On Saturday, February 27, 2010: an 8.8 magnitude earthquake hit Concepcion, Chile.
“188 days later” on Friday, September 3, 2010
7.1 magnitude earthquake hit “Christ Church, New Zealand”

The next quake came 189 days later (off but only by 1 day and if the time standard is UT time it could be 188 days).
On Friday, March 11, 2011 a 9.0 magnitude earthquake and mega tsunamis hit Japan.

and “188 days later” on Thursday, September 15, 2011 a
7.3 magnitude earthquake followed by two 6.1 mag quakes hit Fiji.

and “188 days later” (considering leap day and UT time) on March 20, 2012 OAXACA, MEXICO.

Considering these incredible coincidences I decided to connect the dots of the quakes and see what picture they drew.
The only thing was the Haiti Earthquake, it happened only weeks before the Chile quake. Nonetheless I added it because of the seriousness of the quake.

So, I plotted each quake on Google Earth and the below pictures are the plots of the quakes with a thick solid red line connecting them.

The other lines that you see on my Google Earth is from research that I did during hurricane Irene when the video came out of a red laser going through the eye of the hurricane. I back tracked it to Antarctica where I found odd bases set up there. I was suspicious of HAARP at the time and found odd set ups all along the lines including the islands you see them going through.

I personally think that if this 188 day trend continues on September 24th, 2012 Mexico, Cuba or Haiti would be the completion of connecting the dots (Cuba stands out to me the most).

I think Cuba will be next to experience a large quake and possibly around September 24, 2012.


One comment on “Connecting the Dots Re: 188 day Earthquakes

  1. theo says:

    So what do you think the significance of 188 – 189 day intervals?

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