‘Seismic strain’: Land around the San Andreas fault is rising and sinking, new earthquake research shows | For the first time, scientists have produced a computer image showing huge sections of California rising and sinking around the San Andreas fault. The vertical movement is the result of seismic strain that will be ultimately released in a large earthquake. The San Andreas fault is California’s longest earthquake fault, and one of the state’s most dangerous. Scientists have long expected that parts of California are rising — and other parts sinking — around the fault in a way that is ongoing, very subtle and extremely slow. Such vertical movement makes a lot of sense. California sits on the border of two gigantic tectonic plates — the Pacific and North American — that are constantly grinding past each other. Read the full article >>
Energy Sensitive, Earth Empath
Being an energy intuitive and sensitive empath; I have always been a storm.
Vibrational shifts from energetic currents are sensed, quite like a musical tuning fork, which allow me to FEEL abrupt and incoming signals of change.
As I’ve learned to ignore the hundreds of daily quakes of smaller magnitudes, I can better focus on the larger scales: 6.3+ internationally, and closer to home as 3.5 in the US.
When Earth speaks, I make an effort to record the date and time (see by hovering your cursor over the date) which will be titled: ‘Did You Feel That?’. Then I’ll log the event when it happens. Thanks for joining my journey. ~Suzi Dronzek, Starcana, Inc.
Despite my awareness of the energetic connection, this ‘special knowledge’, I’ve learned this technique through a lifetime of practice and ridicule. In sharing the data that I have come to understand, I do not predict or guarantee accuracy – but share as a service to those with a similar interest in this fascinating phenomenon. For more about me and my professional work, visit my website: www.starcana.com