- We ve had some low down rumblings too, Cowboy, but none of them have registered as EQs. It s been going on here for the past three weeks. ToniMessage 1 of 4 , Dec 1, 2005View SourceWe've had some low down rumblings too, Cowboy, but none of them have
registered as EQs. It's been going on here for the past three weeks.
- Yesterday her in NJ I felt a strong rumble. Too loud for a semi truck. It was strong. Strange for here. This was on Thurs. 3, around 4 PM. Anita ... things areMessage 2 of 4 , Dec 2, 2005View SourceYesterday her in NJ I felt a strong rumble. Too loud for a
semi truck. It was strong. Strange for here. This was on Thurs.
3, around 4 PM.
--- In email@example.com, "southernrebel4142"
> I agree Toni that HAARP, CT's, EQs, Mind Control among other
> all connected. The CT's are just a dot amongst other dots thatwhen
> all connected reveal the bigger picture.occur
> I see that too with the EQ's in a line. I felt a weird shaking
> here about 15 minutes ago. To strong to be a passing semi onhighway
> or dogs romping. Dogs weren't romping and a passing semi won'tmake my
> bobble head dog move either.altogether
> Cowboy 11/30/05 11:31 p.m.
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Toni Thayer"
> <spirithelps@y...> wrote:
> > Hope this is OK, Rick, but I consider HAARP, EQs and CTs
> > since CTs extend the signals. More ponderings . . .earthquakes
> > Several months ago, before the current string of 6.0+
> > began on an almost daily basis, USGS split the EQ list and mapinto
> > two different web pages. So, I have a tendency to check thelist and
> > not necessarily look at the map. I decided to have a look todayto be.
> > it's been awhile. To me, the recent big EQs look like they're
> > strategically placed and not in such random places as they used
> > http://earthquake.usgs.gov/recenteqsww/
> > Toni