NY Residents Feel Shock Waves From 4.1 Delaware Earthquake

My Apartment was Shaking

Thursday November 30, 2017

At the end of another busy day, I was relaxing on my couch watching TV when suddenly I felt things shaking. In the way memories connect in the matrix of one's grid consciousness, my thoughts instantly went to the 2011 West Virginia earthquake that shook my area and apartment, but this time it didn't feel as powerful.

I live on the top floor of a six-story building, where one is more likely to feel an earthquake than on the lower floors, a fact I learned during the 2011 quake. Over the past few months roofers drilled, banged, and drove tenants crazy removing the old roof and replacing it with a new one, a project that is nearing completion. I reasoned that whatever they were doing created a shimmy in my apartment ... until I investigated further only to discover Delaware had a 4.1 earthquake that was felt from New York to Baltimore where my Mom's family lives. Aftershocks are expected in the Dover area over the next few days

A favorite plant that fell off the shelf during the earthquake

I rescued the plant, put it back on the shelf, and hope it will be okay.
I always prepare my plants for earthquakes ... and they know.
This little guy has lived here for years and should survive.

Mid-Atlantic Ridge Connections

Let's segue to the Mid-Atlantic Ridge (MAR) a mid-ocean ridge, a divergent tectonic plate or constructive plate boundary located along the floor of the Atlantic Ocean, part of the longest mountain range in the world. In the North Atlantic, it separates the Eurasian and North American Plates, and in the South Atlantic it separates the African and South American Plates.

I've "watched", and reported on, increasing activity in the Mid-Atlantic Ridge over the 22 years Crystalinks has been online. Earthquakes have slowly gone from 2.3 -> Thursday's < a href="https://www.theepochtimes.com/6-7-magnitude-earthquake-hits-mid-atlantic-range_2370343.html">6.7 earthquake and will continue to increase exponentially until the end of the hologram.

In End Times, the Mid-Atlantic Ridge is rising up, rupturing the Atlantic plate. Psychically, I've watched this for years. The result is increasing earthquake activity along the Atlantic seaboard creating unexpected earthquakes and, as with the Pacific plate, future tsunamis, and other Earth shattering events.

Most people know that the Pacific plate is breaking up particularly those who live along the Pacific Rim where seismic events are the norm. You have watched the increase of earthquake and tsunami activity now predicted to accelerate in 2018 as the Earth's rotation slows. There is no skirting the issue that when plates rupture (interesting that my auto-correct typed "rupture" as "rapture" ) - it will contribute to massive Earth changes especially along coastal areas.

As I live along the Atlantic seaboard, I have always suspected the worst will one day happen ... that moment seemingly in the near future. I have no plans to move inland because once the Atlantic plate ruptures and tsunami activity increases the water will go inland for miles. From what I have been shown this occurs at the end. The Atlantic Ocean Mega-tsunami Theory

Breaking up ... So many things in this reality are broken, I could blog about them forever and most likely will. You already know they extend from our personal experiences to the end of the holographic universe and back ... FADE TO BLACK ... HOLOGRAM DISSOLVES. For now, my plants and I go about our day with the knowing we are part of an illusion that is about to end.

At the summit of one of Iceland's most dangerous volcanoes, a 72-foot (22-meter) depression in the snow is the only visible sign of an alarming development.The Oraefajokull volcano, dormant since its last eruption in 1727-1728, has seen a recent increase in seismic activity and geothermal water leakage that has worried scientists. With the snow hole on Iceland's highest peak deepening 18 inches (45 centimeters) each day, authorities have raised the volcano's alert safety code to yellow.