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Friday, September 08, 2006 20:35:30 -0400As of Friday, September 08, 2006 20:35:30 -0400 this is what we have on this specific dream drawing prediction.  If your able to help provide proof or information on this specific drawing, please click here to send me an email. You will receive full credit for your find, to include reward monies.  Please include the exact date of the dream and the DD number.  And again, thank you for your time, its very much appreciated.



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 This is not meant to scare anyone, but a place called Hunshi? near Japan is going to have a very large earthquake of more than 8.0.  Its going to cause a Tsunami that will hit the entire west coast of North America 12 hours after the quake.  May happen on 2/8/06 or 07, not really sure how much of a danger this will be, as I woke up just before the wave hit.   Anyway, to be safe, if your in the affected areas, please review your Tsunami drill for your area.


2.5.2006
This just happen today.  Don't know if it is near the place in your dream.  Better be watching the news for more info...
Feb 3, 1:51 AM EST
 
http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/J/JAPAN_EARTHQUAKE?SITE=AP&SECTION=HOME&TEMPLATE=DEFAULT&CTIME=2006-02-03-01-51-54

Four Strong Earthquakes Shake Japan

TOKYO (AP) -- A strong earthquake of magnitude 5.9 shook northeastern Japan early Friday, followed by at least three strong aftershocks.

There were no immediate reports of injuries or damage.

Japan's Meteorological Agency said there was no danger of a tsunami.

The quake struck at 1:37 p.m. local time and was centered about 20 miles below the seabed off the coast about 80 miles northeast of Tokyo, the U.S. Geological Survey said.

It was followed by two aftershocks of 5.0 magnitude within three minutes of each other, the Japanese agency said. A 5.3-magnitude aftershock followed at 3:10 p.m., less than two hours after the first quake.

Japan sits atop four tectonic plates and is one of the world's most earthquake-prone countries

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Thanks, will post this ASAP.

Brian


2/1/2006
 according to this Honshu is the main island of Japan
and has been hit by many earthquakes...
Honshu - Japan's Mainland
Honshu Region MapHonshu (Honshu) is the largest island of Japan, called the Mainland; it is south of Hokkaido across the Tsugaru Strait, north of Shikoku across the Inland Sea, and north-east of Kyushu across the Shimonoseki Strait.

The island is roughly 1300 km long and ranges from 50 to 240 km wide, and its total area is 230,500 km�, around 60% of the total area of Japan. It has 5450 km of coastline. It is mountainous and volcanic, with frequent earthquakes (the Great Kanto earthquake heavily damaged Tokyo in September 1923); the highest peak is Mount Fuji at 3,776 m. There are many rivers, including the Shinano, Japan's longest. The climate is highly variable from the cool north to the subtropical south.

The population is 98,352,000 (as of 1990, 89,101,702 (1975), concentrated in the available lowlands, notably in the Kanto plain where 25% of the total population reside in and around Tokyo and Yokohama. Other cities include Kyoto, Osaka, Kobe, Hiroshima, Akita, and Nagoya. The island is nominally divided into five regions and contains 34 prefectures, including metropolitan Tokyo.

Honshu is connected to the other islands by tunnels or bridges. Three new bridge systems have been built across the islands of the Inland Sea between Honshu and Shikoku (Akashi-Kaikyo Bridge and the Ohnaruto Bridge; Shin-Onomichi Bridge, Innoshima Bridge, Ikuchi Bridge, Tatara Bridge, Ohmishima Bridge, Hakata-Ohshima Bridges, and the First, Second and Third Kurushima-Kaikyo Bridge; Shimotsui-Seto Bridge, Hitsuishijima Bridge, Iwakurojima Bridge, Yoshima Bridge, Kita Bisan-Seto Bridge, and the Minami Bisan-Seto Bridge), and the Seikan Tunnel connects Honshu with Hokkaido.

The regions are: Chubu (central), Chugoku (southern), Kanto (eastern), Kinki (a.k.a Kansai, southern, above Chugoku), and Tohoku (northern).

The prefectures are: Aichi-ken, Fukui-ken, Gifu-ken, Ishikawa-ken, Nagano-ken, Niigata-ken, Toyama-ken, Shizuoka-ken, Yamanashi-ken, Hiroshima-ken, Okayama-ken, Shimane-ken, Tottori-ken, Yamaguchi-ken, Chiba-ken, Gunma-ken, Ibaraki-ken, Kanagawa-ken, Saitama-ken, Tochigi-ken, Tokyo-to, Hyogo-ken, Kyoto-fu, Mie-ken, Nara-ken, Osaka-fu, Shiga-ken, Wakayama-ken, Akita-ken, Aomori-ken, Fukushima-ken, Iwate-ken, Miyagi-ken & Yamagata-ken.

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Thanks, posted.

Brian


2.1.2006

BRIAN I SENT THIS TO:
 

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in CALIFORNIA & contacts in JAPAN!

GOD BLESS,
RESPECTIVELY SUBMITTED,
CHARLENE WHITFIELD

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Thanks Charlene, it is appreciated.

Brian


2.1.2006

Hello Brian,
Honshu Japan
www.Japan-101.com/geography/geography-honshu.htm
http://earthquake.usgs.gov/eqinthenews/2005/usfkbr/
recent tsunami November 2005 and recent small earthquake Jan 30 2006
  

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Brian


2.1.206

Brian,

 

The area you are no doubt referring to is Honshu, Japan. Honshu has been plagued with earthquakes in recent weeks. Here is a link to an alert that recently went out in Jack Coles’ forum in a reliable earthquake prediction site that seems to mirror your dream.

 http://camel.he.net/~syzygyq/new_site/index.php?option=com_smf&Itemid=35&topic=240620.0

 

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
09:45PM PST, January 25, 2005
 

EARTHQUAKE ALERT: ACROSS JAPAN, CHINA, AND INDIA

 

 

Designated regions are ACROSS JAPAN, CHINA, and INDIA. This forecast is in effect immediately extending through February 10, 2005. Present data indicates the MOST LIKELY LOCATION is JAPAN as a possible epicenter; however, a more specific epicenter may be determined upon further data received from additional main signals. If we receive such data then at that time the location and percentage of certainty will be adjusted accordingly

Currently the percentage of probability is
* 81% that an earthquake will occur in a location specified with a magnitude measuring *7.0 – to – 8.0+. The most likely dates are January 27th/28th, February 1st/2nd, 8th, 9th with the last day of this forecast being February 10, 2006; plus or minus 9 to 15 hours towards sunrise/sunset. Additional main signals could result in the release of seismic activity before these most probable dates noted above. We will continue to monitor the situation and bring you further news and updates as they develop. This is the highest number of main signals for a specific region in the last 26+ years.

* The magnitude may be greater if the quake originates underwater. Signals that originate underwater may become. The actual magnitude of the quake may be greater.

 

 

Very sincerely and respectfully yours,

 

Michael

 

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Thanks Michael, will post this ASAP.

Brian


2.2.2006Hello, Brian.

I'm a Japanese and I've been quite awe-struck by the series of minor earthquakes occuring in Japan these days. Here's a news article I would like to report to you.

 

Strong quake shakes Tokyo area

A magnitude 5.1 earthquake shook central Japan on Wednesday evening, but there was no danger of a tsunami, the Meteorological Agency said.

The quake, which struck at 8:36 p.m. (1136GMT), was centered about 110 kilometers below ground in northwestern Chiba Prefecture, according to the agency.

It was powerful enough to sway buildings in Tokyo, but there was no immediate reports of injuries or damages.

Public broadcaster NHK said that local train services in Kanagawa Prefecture were temporarily halted for safety checks, but high-speed train services linking the capital and other parts of Japan were not affected.

Japan sits atop four tectonic plates and is one of the world's most earthquake-prone countries. (AP)http://mdn.mainichi-msn.co.jp/national/news/20060202p2a00m0na004000c.html

Thank you.

Eriko Saeki


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Hi Eriko, I have posted your information.

Thanks,

Brian


2.5.2006Hi Brian,

During the last few days, there have also been a series of minor quakes that took place in Honshu and Kyushu, Japan. They look as if they were some bad omen of an even more serious one.

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Hi, will post this ASAP.

Brian

Strong quake shakes Japan

 

TOKYO, Japan (AP) -- A strong earthquake registering magnitude 5.9 shook northeastern Japan, but there was no danger of a tsunami, the Meteorological Agency said.

The quake, which struck at 1:37 p.m. (0437 GMT) on Friday, was centered about 30 kilometers (19 miles) below the seabed in the Pacific Ocean just off the coast of Ibaraki prefecture (state), the agency said.

There were no immediate reports of injuries or damage from the quake, local police said.

Ibaraki is about 130 kilometers (80 miles) northeast of Tokyo.

The temblor was also felt in the northeastern prefectures (states) of Fukushima and Miyagi but hardly felt in Tokyo.

Japan sits atop four tectonic plates and is one of the world's most earthquake-prone countries.
 

http://www.cnn.com/2006/WORLD/asiapcf/02/03/japan.quake.ap/index.html?section=cnn_latest

M5.1 quake rattles Kyushu in southwestern Japan(Kyodo) _ An earthquake measuring a preliminary magnitude of 5.1 rocked Japan's southernmost main island of Kyushu shortly after midnight Friday, the Japan Meteorological Agency said.

There were no immediate reports of casualties or damage and there is no danger of a tsunami from the 12:12 a.m. quake.

The agency said the quake registered 4 on the Japanese seismic intensity scale of 7 in Ushibuka, Kumamoto Prefecture, and was also felt in Saga, Kagoshima and other prefectures in Kyushu.The focus of the quake was in waters off Kumamoto, the agency said.

http://asia.news.yahoo.com/060203/kyodo/d8fhnkgg0.html

Thank you for posting beforehand.
 

Best regards,
Eriko Saeki
 


8.16.2006

Regarding :  DD  2986   of   1.29.2006   =   Japan   M  8 +
Dear  Brian: 
This one is getting EXTREMELY close to occurring.
My notes of  :  1995  September   26 0520 hrs
I sense and feel like I am there -
  Earthquake in Japan - it's enormous.
  I put bubble of protection around
  a woman I know who live's there. 
__________________________________________________
My notes of  : 2006March  24,  2006  @  2000 hrs
I am receiving  :    " M  8  plus earthquake  in  JAPAN  "
 I can feel the shaking - 
 it's death rattling.  This continues
for quite some time.  I am in another
 shift of time for about 20 minutes.
SHARON

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Thanks Sharon, will post ASAP.

Brian


8.22.2006

In Taiwan,

I found that a catastrophe (caused by Tsunami) be
predicted and will happen by the middle of Oct  at
some websites.



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Brian

 

  


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