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Thursday, July 31, 2008

Earthquake prediction-sptember 2008

Hi
On one of press note in daily DNA ,My article earthquake prediction appeared on June 3,2008.
One gentleman from Pune ,India raised strong doubts on my earlier prediction of MAY 2008,includining the great china quake pf May 12.
Now here ,I woud like to be more specific and give time for the quakes
1. 8th September 2008------0150 IsT or2020GMT 7th September
2. 10th September 2008 ------1950 GMT
3. 15th September 2008 ----0910 GMT
4. 16Th September 2008 -----2015 GMT
I would like each and every one to observe/watch these dates carefully for major quakes all over the globe
pl----pl---pl dont treat this as an astrological and unscientific blog. This may save some lives
A.j.Dave

8 comments:

Mr. Tony said...

Thank you Mr. Dave for your dates.
The 8th Sep. 08 has Jupiter retro.
What are the criteria for the other dates?
Many thanks
Mr. Tony

AMIT said...

Hi tony
Retro gate Jupiter is one of the major criteria to select the dates.
Nevertheless some other criteria are also to be considered ,considering moon is the main trigger of the quakes
like
moon joining the Jupiter
moon squaring sun
moon opposing the sun ie full moon
moon on equator
moon at 0 declination
pl note mercury is also changing direction in September 2008
regards
Amit Dave

Mr. Tony said...

Mr. Dave,
On 8th June 2008 at 12:25hrs located 27.9N 37.98E we had a 6.5R earthquake.
Can you see if this is predicted by your criteria?
Thanks
mr. Tony

Mr. Tony said...

Yes Mercury is retro on 24th Sept 08 but this is not one of your dates. So i am not sure of your criteria.
Mr. Tony

Mr. Tony said...

A major question I have Mr. Dave, is if the Planet location is important, how can in your predictions you do not give the location of the quake, after all, the moon and planet locations for example is position dependent. Yet the prediction of your time is very specific. To me there is a contradiction. If time is specific you need also a precise position.
Any comments?

AMIT said...

Hi Tony
yes I should be able to predict the places.however If the time is not accurate to minutes ,the earth moves both ways in orbit as well as on axis. Moreover ,it also depends on the crust (directly above Lava at that moment). Some times the crust fault may trigger quake little earlier or little late. The high tide force below may wait till it is just below the weaker crusts /or plate boundaries
regards
Dave

Mr. Tony said...

Dear Dave,
Yes what you say makes sense, but you have not answered the question.
What are the astrological criteria.
The criteria you mentioned, do not satisfy all earthquakes. E.g. 1)AND 2) and 3)
or 1) or 2) or 3)...

I gave you one earthquake above here and wait to see your answer as to how you can predict it with your criteria.

Kind regards,
Mr. Tony

AMIT said...

Hi tony
All criteria need not satisfy in each event. More the satisfying criteria ,the stronger is the quake.
Supposing both Jupiter and Saturn changes the direction in a span of one/two days,Both are aspecting each other, a full moon, moon on equator and closest to earth, sun and moon having same declinations ,if all satisfies the quake will be more than 8.5 on R scale.Check some of the greatest quakes on this criteria.
However, if few are satisfied the quake will be milder,6.0 or less.
The quakes less then 3.0 occurs on daily basis
The dates shown /predicted by me are the peak force dates . As you approaches the date the frequency and intensity increases,after the peak it slowly fades away.
Thus, major aftershocks normally occur after seven and half days or 15 days (moon moves 90 degrees and 180 degrees during this period)
some times weak quakes occur with Marsh as well as Venus also changing the direction or aspecting
What we are interested is more than 7.0 R quakes
regards
DAve