Jul 4, 2019

Earthquake in Hollywood on the 4th of July - Coincidences, coincidences...

This didn't happen....yet

A 6.4 magnitude earthquake hit today:

The largest earthquake in two decades rattled Southern California on Thursday morning, shaking communities from Las Vegas to Long Beach and ending a quiet period in the state’s seismic history.

Striking at 10:33 a.m., the magnitude 6.4 temblor was centered about 125 miles northeast of Los Angeles in the remote Searles Valley area of Kern County.

Before Thursday, it had been almost five years since the state experienced an earthquake of magnitude 6 or stronger. Experts had said the period of calm was sure to end, and when it did it would likely bring destruction.

Early reports suggested that the sparsely populated location of the Searles Valley quake greatly mitigated the damage. A similar temblor in the Los Angeles basin, such as 1994’s 6.7 Northridge earthquake, would have undoubtedly meant deaths and severe property damage.

Caltech seismologist Lucy Jones, California’s foremost earthquake expert, said that aftershocks will continue to rumble through Kern County, and there is a small chance that the quake was a “foreshock” of an even greater temblor to come.

“There is about a 1-in-20 chance that this location will be having an even bigger earthquake in the next few days, and that we have not yet seen the biggest earthquake of the sequence,” she said. “We should always be preparing for the big one.”

It is, of course, the 4th of July. The largest, most powerful country on earth, on the largest secular day of celebration of the year, got a slight reminder of who is really in charge today - thankfully in an area that is sparsely populated which minimized casualties.

Almost like a warning. On a highly significant day.

The epicenter of this earthquake was 125 miles north of Hollywood. The earthquake of spiritual destruction that Hollywood has unleashed upon every country on this earth, with hundreds of millions of people spiritually perishing as a result, is a sad fact of our times.

For some strange reason 35 million people have decided to live along the San Andreas fault.

I'm not saying that God will chastise Southern California for its sins with an earthquake that would send what was Southern California into the sea.

But....I'm not not saying that either.