Dropped Quakes (more quakes disappear)

On April 14, 2012, four significant quakes were indicated in Canada on the ANF recent earthquake map as of 22:56 UTC that were not reported by USGS, EMSC or Earthquakes Canada.  Within several minutes, only a single quake remained on the map in the center of Hudson Bay, and shortly thereafter, it too, was no longer indicated. 

The times of these quakes were between 19:39 and 19:46 UTC with magnitudes 6.1, 6.0, 5.2 and 5.0

Below are screen shots of the quake statistics:

Special thanks to Sevan Makaracı for the following screenshot:


These were duly reported quakes because the seismographs recorded the signature of a quake. The N American continent is being pulled into a bow, as mining accidents across the midsection from Utah to West Virginia, sinkholes across the midsection from Tennessee to Pennsylvania, Seaway booms and hums from Ontario to Wisconsin and Michigan, and earthquakes from Acapulco to Seattle have shown. This process has accelerated, and as the booms in Wisconsin have shown, the ripping apart of the Seaway is a major focus. More than the land in the line of rip along the Seaway is involved.


So why would the northern swath of Canada suddenly have these dropped quakes? Note the swath of lakes just under the line drawn by the dropped quakes. From Lake Superior to Lake Winnipeg to the Great Slave lake to the Great Bear Lake these lakes are there because this land has been PULLED APART during prior Pole Shifts. The bowing of the N American continent is a regular feature of prior Pole Shifts. Before the Seaway spreads, this region of lakes is stretched, and drops in elevation. The region where the dropped quakes were recorded is stretched FIRST, and tearing rock recorded as earthquakes.


Why would the USGS and their cohorts so quickly drop these quakes? Such quakes have been dropped regularly over the past decade, especially since Planet X entered the inner solar system. If out in the ocean, or in a poorly populated area, just dropped. If hiding them cannot succeed dumbing them down to a lower magnitude or combining them into a single quake is done. This was a risky move, as there were SEVERAL quakes, already announced officially, but such risks will increasingly be taken as the quake frequency and severity increase. If challenged, it was just a mechanical problem with the equipment.


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Comment by Kojima on April 20, 2012 at 2:40am

Comment by astrogal50 on April 19, 2012 at 1:57pm

New Brunswick town plagued for weeks by ‘earthquake swarm’ — and no one knows why

McAdam, New Brunswick, has been struck by over 35 minor tremours — called an “earthquake swarm” — in the past five weeks.

Springtime in McAdam, a tiny village in southwestern New Brunswick not far from the Maine border, is like springtime in most other parts of Canada....

Residents were initially rattled awake at 1:40 a.m. on March 10 by a 2.4-magnitude earthquake that was followed three minutes later by a 1.4-magnitude aftershock. People described hearing what sounded like an explosion. Pictures fell off walls. Window panes rattled. Floorboards creaked and groaned. Some houses even shook, while locals, initially, felt a surge of panic that eased, somewhat, by morning with the realization that a bomb had not gone off but a small earthquake had.

Three days later: two more earthquakes. And in the five weeks since there have been 35 additional shakes, a steady tide of minor tremours that is a popular topic of conversation among villagers and a seismic anomaly that scientists can’t entirely explain.

Researchers from the University of New Brunswick addressed community members at an atypical town hall meeting Monday night, answering questions and assuaging lingering fears. One working theory they have to explain the quakes is an early spring thaw. A rapid change in groundwater levels could, perhaps, be causing the underlying rocks to slip and stress, unleashing the multiple shocks.

And Tuesday, in McAdam, was one for the ages. The sun was blasting hot and talk of the unusual April weather — and not whether the Earth was about to split open and swallow the place whole — was on everybody’s lips.
“It has been really nice here,” Ms. Klein says. “In fact, it’s actually too hot.”  http://news.nationalpost.com/2012/04/17/new-brunswick-town-plagued-...

Comment by Howard on April 19, 2012 at 1:50am

The below 5.1 quake remained on ANF for nearly 15 hours (April 18) before disappearing and was not reported on USGS, EMSC, or IRIS.

Comment by Muzz on April 17, 2012 at 11:07pm

@Steve Havas, you are right, they are doing a massive disservice to mankind. And a big thank you to yourself and other members who are sharp enough to find the evidence to support what the Zetas have been saying all along.  Again Thank you.

Comment by Dwayne MacDonald on April 16, 2012 at 11:34am


Mcadam is western New Brunswick, which borders Maine. Mcadam is right on the boirder with Maine, and has been experiencing an earthquake swarm the last month or two...funny, not even really big news here in NB.

Comment by Lynne Warbrooke on April 16, 2012 at 12:58am

Another one not appearing on USGS but on other site about an hour ago.


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