3:15 AM (EDT) a 6.9 magnitude earthquake has struck off the Gulf of Mexico. Coordinates are 28.790 degrees N, 113.142 degrees W.
Our predicted date range for this earthquake event ends tomorrow.
On March 13th (find in the Predictions tab above or via this link) we predicted an earthquake between 5-8 magnitude at 25 degrees North in the land of New Navarra to occur between the time of March 20th and April 10th. While the date range was accurate we missed the location by 5 degrees.
There was a significant 6.5 magnitude earthquake that did occur during our predicted range on April 7th at 17 degrees North in the area near Veracruz, Mexico. While we were off by 5 degrees, this did strike in the general vicinity of our prediction and we believe this event fulfilled the prediction.
Fortunately, because the earthquake was deep, there was a small amount of damage and no loss of life. This event was eclipsed by the unfortunate 7.1 magnitude earthquake in Japan which happened 1 hour later.
- USGS reports magnitude 6.5 quake in Mexico (marketwatch.com)
- Mexico Earthquake 2011: Magnitude 6.5 Temblor Felt In Mexico City (huffingtonpost.com)
With the Sun in Aries, 25 degrees North, sometime between March 20 and April 10
The sea and earth shall swell and roll in anger as they are drawn up by the celestial sky
A great roar follows as the elements conflict and the Viceroy trembles
All this exerts its force near the old New Navarra.
UPDATE: 4-3-2011 – 3.5 magnitude quake at 31 degrees north
UPDATE 3-28-2011 – 0ver 12 earthquakes have hit this area ranging from 2.9 – 4+in the last 24 hours.