6.0 New Zealand
6.1 Aleutian Islands
6.0 Cuba region
Planet convulses in spasm of major earthquakes in 14 hour period
An unprecedented planetary seismic convulsion event has occurred with the eruption of four major earthquakes across the planet in a 14-hour period. All the earthquakes were shallow and represent a massive release of seismic tension along tectonic stress points as I warned about on September 9th.
The first earthquake was a shallow, 6.1 event at 1 km depth off the coast of the Aleutian Islands in Alaska, the second event was a 6.0 earthquake off the coast of the North Island of New Zealand, the third event was a 6.2 off the northeast coast of Japan near Sendai, and the fourth event was a 6.0 earthquake which struck at a depth of 10 km off the coast of Cuba along the Caribbean plate. This the 14th major earthquake to strike the planet in the month of September and represents an escalation of processes occurring within the planet that is slowing shifting Earth towards a new unpredictable, chaotic paradigm as it’s magnetic field continues to deteriorate.
Additionally ("diverse places"):
USGS reports light earthquake rattles Southern California
Small quake hits Southern Illinois
Weak earthquake recorded in central Alabama