Dutch researcher who predicted Turkey earthquake raises fears again
Dutch earthquake researcher Frank Hoogerbeets, who accurately predicted the Maras earthquake three days earlier on Feb. 6, now says a mega-earthquake of magnitude 7 to 8 may occur in the first week of March, possibly on the west coast of North America or in the western Pacific.
A convergence of critical planetary geometries around March 2 and 5 may lead to large to very large seismic activity, possibly even a mega-thrust earthquake around March 3 and 4 and/or March 6 and 7, he said on Twitter.
In a video added to his Twitter post, Hoogerbeets said the first week of March will be very critical with several planetary conjunctions of Mars, Venus, Jupiter, Earth and the Moon.
"All together, this makes the first week of March extremely critical.
Again, we could see a large to very large seismic event as a result. It could have a mean magnitude of 7, but it could also be well above 8," he said.
He added: “I'm not exaggerating. I'm not trying to create fear. This is a warning because the critical planetary geometry that we see here is known to cause major to great seismic events.”
According to Hoogerbeets, if the conjunctions of the planets are evaluated in accordance with atmospheric fluctuations, this could indicate that major seismic activity could occur on the west coast of North America and in the western Pacific.