June 3, 2007:
Unable to say at this time whether the Fourth Prediction noted above of 4 major earthquakes occurring from east to west starting from August 25 to Oct 13, 2007 from 110° East in Asia to Hawaii has started with the 6.3 Magnitude Earthquake that occurred in China at 101.054° East on June 2, 2007. The predicted earthquake was expected to occur at or near 110° East between 30°-40° north as shown in this Prediction Area Map.
To test if the wave has started earlier than expected, let us assume that the recent earthquake in Afghanistan is part of that series. This 4.4 Magnitude earthquake occurred in Hindu Kush Region of Afghanistan on Sunday, June 3, 2007 1:12 AM GMT/UTC at Longitude 69.432° East, a difference of 31.622°. If so, then the next major earthquake should occur near or at Longitude 37.810° West (69.432° East less 31.622°) anywhere from Russia in the north to Marion Island in the South with Egypt-Beruit-East Africa in the middle as shown in Area_2 Area_3, Area_4, Area_5 and Area_6. As noted above, the intersecting Latitude position would be patterned yet erratic and hence not predictable. Date, time and magnitude unkown. However, magnitude should equal or exceed M4.0. - June 3, 2007; 2:20 AM EST
June 7, 2007:
The M6_3 earthquake in Yunnan, China of June 2, 2007 might not be the start of this east-west trend predicted to start near Longitude 110° East between August 25-Oct 13, 2007, but could be a forerunner or affirmation of what's to come. This is the current view since no major earthquake occurred near or along 38° East longitude within a few degrees to date to suggest the start of a broader trend.
June 8, 2007; 1:44 PM EST:
The twin or double, near parallel synchronized earthquakes that have occurred today at practically the same time within two minutes and 41 seconds of each other starting at 13:30:43 GMT or 10:30 EST in the heartland of the Dominica Republic at M5.0 and twice off the western coast of Guatemala at M5.9 and M5.1 starting at 13:32:01 GMT/UTC (the second Guatemala quake was within 1 hour and 36 minutes of the first) may point to a Third Earthquake occurring within the next four days in, near or at exact equidistance in Longitude of 110° West, but undeterminable in Latitude position.
Should this be the case, then a major earthquake greater than M4.0 should occur at the difference between the Longitudes of the Dominican Republic (70.406° West) Earthquake of M5.0 and the first Guatemala Earthquake (90.838° West) of M5.9 (second at M5.1) at Longitude 111.27° West or near 110° West ±4°.
Longitude 110° West travels through Mexico, Four Corners of the USA (Utah, Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona), Wyoming and Montana. It goes into Canada forming the border between the states of Alberta and Saskatchewan.
Maps on Longitude 110° West north of Mexico are as follows: Mexico-LaPaz-Hermosillo, Phoenix-Tucson, Four Corners, Idaho-Wyoming-Four Corners North, Montana-Canadian Border, Calgary-Edmonton-Regina, Canada and Alberta-Saskatchewan North.
EARTHQUAKE AT 111.26° WEST
It should be noted that a M4.9 Earthquake Occurred Today at Longitude 111.26° West on the Southern East Pacific Rise near Easter Island west of Santiago, Chile. This quake occurred 3 hours and 38 minutes before the Dominican Republic Quake started.
Over the next four days, we will watch for major earthquakes occurring at or near Longitude 110° West ±4° starting in Mexico going north through Four Corners into Canada to learn if there shall be a valid precursor to the Fourth Prediction.
RESULTS: June 12, 2007; 12:14 PM EST, 4:15 PM GMT/UTC
Within the four day period starting June 8, 2007 and ending June 12, 2007, so far we have had an earthquake in Utah on June 10, 2007 (local time), Magnitude 3.9 at 114.004° West, which is clearly within our expectations of an earthquake occurring at Longitude 110° West ±4° (as noted above) for the purpose of finding a precursor to a broader 4-earthquake trend to occur August 25, 2007 to October 15, 2007.
COLORADO & NEW MEXICO EARTHQUAKES:
On June 9, 2007, we had two smaller earthquakes around 110° West ±4°, one in Colorado and one in New Mexico as follows: New Mexico, June 9, 2007, M3.3 and Colorado, June 9, 2007, M2.9.
Please observe that at the time of penning this note on June 12th at 12:14 PM, EST, two noteworthy earthquakes occurred in Central California at about 118.876° West.
FOUR CALIFORNIA EARTHQUAKES:
These earthquakes are California, Central, June 12, 2007, Magnitude 4.6 and California Central, June 12, 2007, Magnitude 3.5.
At about 8:34 PM EST today, a third and fourth earthquake struck 118.876° West in Central California at Magnitudes 3.4 and 2.5. See: Earthquake, Central California, M3_4, June 12, 2007, and Earthquake, Central California, M2_9, June 12, 2007.
Initial news reports these California earthquakes are available at: Examiner_com and MotherLode_com.
June 12, 2007; 5:45 PM EST, 9:45 PM GMT/UTC
Based on these results, we will complete this section by predicting that a major earthquake will occur over the next four (4) days anywhere from 120° West to 120° East within Scope of 6.0 Magnitude or greater for cities or populated areas and/or 7.0 Magnitude or greater for Oceans, Seas and Remote Areas from June 13, 2007 to June 17, 2007 local time.
Should this earthquake occur, an attempt will be made to develop and publish on this website specific Longitudes, Latitudes, Dates, Times and approximate Magnitudes for at least two (2) of the four major earthquakes predicted to occur from East to West starting at Longitude 110° ±4° East for the Fourth Prediction period of August 25, 2007 to October 15, 2007. (Predicting the 2nd earthquake should give the third.)
If this earthquake does not occur within the next four days, we will leave the Fourth Prediction as is.
See: Dream Registry Time Stamp
7.2M EARTHQUAKE STRIKES GUATEMALA
Two and a half hours (2½ hours) after making the posting in the Dream Registry on June 13, 2007, USGS reported a Magnitude 7.2 earthquake in Guatemala at 3:29 PM EST at Longitude 80.820° West. (We made our posting in the Dream Registry at 1:00 PM EST – See: Dream Registry Time Stamp.)
Later that day, USGS revised the 7.2M Guatemala earthquake to 6.8 Magnitude and later downgraded it to a 6.7 Magnitude earthquake. The news media reported the Guatemala earthquake at Magnitude 6.8 as follows:
7.2M Quake Hits Guatemala Coast, June 13, 2007
USGS Revises Guatemala Quake to 6.8 Magnitude
USGS Down Grades Guatemala Quake to 6.7 Magnitude
NEWS: ABC13 NationWorld Pravda1 Pravda2 USAToday WSB-Atlanta YahooNews
The date of June 13, 2007 and the initial magnitude of 7.2M was within our scope, but the Longitude for the Guatemala earthquake was out of scope of our criteria of being from 120° West to 120° East.
5.9M EARTHQUAKE IN AFRICA
Two days later on Friday, June 15, 2007, Magnitude 5.9 earthquake struck the middle of Africa in the Democratic Republic of the Congo at 30.781° east. As large as this earthquake is, there were no news reports on the web.
5.9M Quake Strikes CONGO, AFRICA, June 15, 2007
While the date of June 15, 2007 and near Magnitude of 5.9M for the Africa earthquake was within our scope, the Longitude was also not within the scope of our criteria of being from 120° West to 120° East.
No other major earthquakes was observed within the four day period of June 13-17, 2007 that was within the scope of our criteria established above. Hence, we will leave the Fourth Prediction as is and not develop and post specific longitudes and latitudes.
Nevertheless, we will later attempt to provide a series of four dates from August 25, 2007 to October 15, 2007 for the Fourth Prediction for four (4) earthquakes occurring east to west starting from about Longitude 96°-110° East.