Israel, the Dead Sea, 20 October 2013, there were two earthquakes of
magnitude 3.6 and 3.5 at a depth of about 4 km and 2. The next few days,
and in the area of a full solar eclipse, November 3, 2013 - Israel has
probably resonant earthquake. The probability of more than 65%. |
After the configurations, the Grand Cross of the planets, which are
activated by the resonance, rattling seismic zones from August to
October 2013, the seismic activity is effective final seismic response of autumn 2013 - a compound Saturn Proserpine. Saturn
reaches its top speed in 2013 during the period from October 20 to 10
November 2013. This means powerful resonance seismic events in
seismically active areas, at the junction of tectonic plates.
TEL AVIV, October 20 - RIA Novosti. Two earthquakes of magnitude 3.5 occurred near the Sunday in northern Israel, no casualties or damage, but experts are wondering whether they will not harbingers of more powerful and destructive earthquakes.
Earlier this week in Israel, seismologists have recorded two earthquakes of similar strength and epicenter.
It is believed that in the country, located in the zone of the
Syrian-African Rift, tremors with numerous fatalities occur every 80-90
years. The last such earthquake occurred in 1927, killing 300 people.
Experts do not give unambiguous predictions for the future. "Either nothing happens, or an earthquake is much greater force" - quoted by news web site "Wye no" Dr. Avi Shapira, who heads an interagency commission to prepare for earthquakes.
"It is impossible to completely eliminate the possibility of a major
earthquake, but it is also likely that these moderate fluctuations will
not get any further," - lead the media to the director of the Institute
of Geophysics Dr. Uri Vrieslander.
Sunday fluctuations in the Earth's crust began to rise to convene
special meetings in specialized departments, said the Office of the
By Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu contacted Shapiro and instructed
"to inform him of the situation and to report whether the willingness to
increase in light of the recent earthquakes."