There is some force keeping the voice of the truth from reaching the ears of the world.
Readers in Japan are WELL AWARE the quake was not a 9.0 and the tsunami was artificial ~ Jim Stone
My comments are in italics writers comments are in bold
Initial quake was reported as a 7.2, epicenter in/near Tohoku -- this is what Japanese on the street were reading on their cell phones just after the event, this was Richter. Within 24 hours the magnitude was increased to 8.8, 8.9, 9.0....and, it seemed the epicenter was under debate.
The first magnitude and epicenter are calculated by computer. These are in fact always correct, unless there is a political need to move the "epicenter" and increase the magnitude, in this case by about 100X and 85 miles. Furthermore, the people in Japan are telling me directly it was a richter measurement, NOT SHINDO.
I have been checking USGS regularly and notice there are lots of depth 10 km quakes. The 3/11 and the 4/11 both are depth 10 km. Do you have any idea what that means. Scalar weapon? HAARP? Or just coincidence? Quakes do not appear over broad regions at 10KM depth with consistency. SO, this does indeed point to the use of some sort of earthquake machine, as referred to by Defense Secretary Cohen during a military briefing in 1997. This is linked to in the Fukushima report
Last year I came back to Fukushima from US. The reason is another story. Then I realized that there were lots of small quakes occurred around that area. In February there were 2 bigger quakes there. Then I wondered why? It should not have occurred there. Right? And 4/11, it was exactly one month later there was a M 7.1 quake. She is referring to the fact that the Japanese know where the main seismic areas are, and that the quakes are occuring in areas where geology does not support the likelihood
March 9th, early afternoon, I was in a doctor's office with my dad who was in a wheelchair. I was standing then I felt dizziness. I looked up the ceiling and found things were swaying. Nobody said it was a quake. I would explain it as standing on a big wobbling top, it was slow and not vertical nor horizontal. It was M 7.4. If no one said it was a quake, and the Japanese are familiar with quakes, what was this motion then which caused a seismic reading of 7.4? I believe now that the earthquake machine places stress on a region with a circular pull, thus creating the spinning top feeling, to pull all potential weak spots in all directions, with the hope of triggering something big.