2011 Oklahoma Earthquake

2011 Oklahoma Earthquake   Wikipedia
The 2011 Oklahoma earthquake was a 5.6 magnitude intraplate earthquake which occurred on November 5, 2011, at 10:53 pm CDT (03:53 UTC, November 6, 2011) in the U.S. state of Oklahoma. According to the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), it was the most powerful earthquake ever recorded in Oklahoma.

Oklahoma Quake Stirs Bird, Bug or Bat Swarm Seen on Radars   Live Science - November 7, 2011
For weather watchers in Oklahoma - the heart of Tornado Alley - the weekend's record-breaking earthquake created a curious blip on their radar screens. Weather radars at the National Weather Service in Norman, Okla., spotted what looked like bugs, bats or birds (or all three) swarming in the air just after the 5.6 magnitude earthquake struck the state. The quake hit on Saturday (Nov. 5) and was the largest in the state's history. The damage was minimal, but the quake was felt as far away as Chicago. Earlier in the day, a magnitude 4.8 foreshock rumbled in central Oklahoma. The magnitude 5.6 quake struck about 44 miles (71 kilometers) east-northeast of Oklahoma City, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.

USGS: 10 aftershocks following 5.6 quake in Okla.   MSNBC - November 6, 2011
Oklahoma residents more accustomed to tornadoes than earthquakes have been shaken by weekend temblors that cracked buildings, buckled a highway and rattled nerves.

Robin in Tulsa wrote - OMG, we just had the first earthquake I've ever "felt" around midnight or so central time and I've lived here all my life. Okla. has always had them, but they've just been on a very low scale. I think that makes 4 now the last few days. Unbelievable! It's happening, it's REALLY happening, just like you said Ellie ...accelerated earth changes etc. Wow! I've known certain truths all along, but it's always cool to see the physical manifest more and more to prove to yourself your not crazy! Oh, these are exciting times. Like you, I've internally "known" (since I was a little girl) that I would not die a mortal death. I didn't know how I knew that or how I would leave here, but your the 1st person I've ever heard say it! "Gosh, validation! It's about "time". LOL!!


Sunday morning, I woke up saying, "Fraking is fracturing the fractals in the fractions of sacred geometry." I really had to write that one day quickly, though I knew what it meant - We're fraked.

Then came Rick's email from Texas. "I suspect the fraking issue is really going to come to a head after the quakes in Oklahoma ... and not too long ago in Texas, Arkansas and other states where they are fraking the lower rock beds." Frack !

Email From Debra - Fracking is big in South Texas. In fact, the earthquake that occurred a couple of weeks ago south of San Antonio in Karnes County was centered where some of the heaviest fraking that is going on. On October 26th I was driving to Austin from my home on the coast in Port Arkansas and was guided to take a different route than what I normally take. The route took me straight up through the fraking area. Now, as you may recall, I'm an "energy grounder" so, especially whenever I'm in route someplace, the energies start flowing through me very strongly. Well, I have never experienced anything like what I experienced during that trip. At one point, I wasn't even sure which reality I was in and 'woke up' several times now knowing where I was--all the while driving along the highway and through towns. I finally pulled over and said, "Hey, I'll do this work, but this is ridiculous -- lighten it up a bit!". Definitely the most intense driving experience and I've had quite a few!


Experts: Okla. quakes too powerful to be man-made   PhysOrg - November 7, 2011
Experts say the flurry of earthquakes in Oklahoma can't be blamed on man's thirst for oil and gas.

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