Resonant Standing Waves Focus Antipodal Earthquakes

Magnitude 7.3 - Off Coast Northern Sumatra, Indonesia

by Earthquake Report
January 10, 2012

M 7.3 - 2012/01/10 - 18:37 - Depth 29.1 km - Off the West Coast of Northern Sumatra

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Magnitude 5.0 - Off Ecuador Coast

M 5.0 - 2012/01/10 - 18:07 - Depth 27.9 km - Near the coast of Ecuador

01:07:11 PM at epicenter

Moderate earthquake very close or below Tosagua, Cienega, San Antonio and Puerto Larrea.

38 km (23 miles) NNE of Portoviejo, 56 km (34 miles) ENE of Manta and 205 km (127 miles) WSW of QUITO, Ecuador

Update: The Ecuadorian seismological agency did calculate a magnitude of 5.0 at a depth of 12 km.

Magnitude 6.2 - Southern Peru

by US Geological Survey
May 6, 2010

Date-Time: Thursday, May 06, 2010 at 02:42:47 UTC
Wednesday, May 05, 2010 at 10:42:47 PM at epicenter

Location: 18.023S, 70.533W

Depth: 35 km (21.7 miles) set by location program

Distances: 30 km (20 miles) W of Tacna, Peru

Magnitude 6.5 - Southern Sumatra, Indonesia

by US Geological Survey
May 5, 2010

Date-Time: Wednesday, May 05, 2010 at 16:29:02 UTC
Wednesday, May 05, 2010 at 11:29:02 PM at epicenter

Location: 4.081S, 101.069E

Depth: 18.1 km (11.2 miles) (poorly constrained)

Distances: 135 km (85 miles) WSW of Bengkulu, Sumatra, Indonesia


These two latest significant earthquakes occurred on opposite sides of the planet, just 30 minutes apart. The epicenters of both tremors lie along major north-south running faultlines that sit exactly opposite each other.

Exchanging energy between these two antipodal tears in the techtonic plates, surges of infrasound from slippage on one side of the planets takes only a few hours to refocus back into a single point at the opposite side of the planet, before diverging and converging again at the origin point, and so on.

Megaquakes were registered at these same focal points - during the Sumatra megaquake and tsunami of December, 2005 and the Nazca megaquake of August, 2007. This antipodal energetic exchange phenomenon was used in ancient times by the megalithic temples of the world, which acted as a global heartbeat synchronization mechanism, according to the advanced ayurvedic knowledge of infrasound standing wave resonance

The limestone megalithic temples at Angkor, in present day Cambodia just north of the Indonesia quake fault, sit exactly on the opposite side of the planet from the Nazca plain, where the bedrock limestone was inscribed with sacred processional geoglyphs. The advanced knowledge of the users of both of the ancient sacred sites has survived to this day, to warn us about the impending changes to human consciousness which will follow the magnetic reversal of the Earth on December 22, 2012.