Autor: Nenad Zimjanski
I have been studying astrology for a long time, but I did not study the influence of the planets on time (rain, floods, thunderstorms and hurricanes) and earthquakes until strong earthquakes occurred in Croatia (Zagreb and Petrinja).
When I started thinking about what might be causing the earthquake to cause it, it first occurred to me that as the Moon with its gravity causes the tides (rising and falling of the sea) it is likely to attract both the earth’s crust and magma (glowing lava) in the earth and thus causing earthquakes.
And of course, I immediately found information on the internet that Japanese seismologists and scientists have confirmed that earthquakes most often occur during the new and full moon. Of course, for an earthquake to occur, more planets are needed to line up in the same line, especially large planets such as Jupiter and Saturn.
Alexandra Witze write: Moon’s pull can trigger big earthquakes
“Big earthquakes, such as the ones that devastated Chile in 2010 and Japan in 2011, are more likely to occur during full and new moons — the two times each month when tidal stresses are highest.
Earth’s tides, which are caused by a gravitational tug-of-war involving the Moon and the Sun, put extra strain on geological faults. Seismologists have tried for decades to understand whether that stress could trigger quakes. They generally agree that the ocean’s twice-daily high tides can affect tiny, slow-motion tremors in certain places, including California’s San Andreas fault1 and the Cascadia region2 of the North American west coast.”
“It is important to note that Japanese scientists found that large quakes such as those that hit Chile and Tohoku-Oki occurred near the time of maximum tidal strain — or during new and full moons when the Sun, Moon and Earth align.”