11/12/2017 — Large M6.0 strikes Japan — Major seismic unrest spreads from Pacific to Middle East

Japan has been struck by a noteworthy earthquake off its Eastern coast.

Click the picture to watch the video update on Japan:

It is worthy to note that major increase in seismic activity has been building over the past week or more.

Today, November 12 2017, the seismic increase is now actualized with large earthquake activity striking multiple locations thousands of miles apart.

After a large M7.6 (M7.3) earthquake was reported on the plate boundary located across the Iran / Iraq border,  new reports are coming in regarding a large M6.0+ earthquake which struck on the plate boundary located off the Eastern coast of Honshu Japan.


A specific earthquake warning was issued for this location in Japan one day ago on November 11, 2017.

See the warning issued for Japan here:


As the above video stated, the location in Japan which has been hit TODAY was a fulcrum point YESTERDAY for the pressure on both sides of the region (pressure to the North + South) .

Yesterdays fulcrum point is today’s earthquake location.

The above video explained how to calculate the addition of magnitudes to come to the expected magnitude which would strike in the middle fulcrum point today.

Also mentioned in the video, the forecast for Japan would take place within this 24 hour period — the earthquake has now struck as expected.


M 6.0- OFF EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN – 2017-11-12 22:24:06 UTC

Magnitude Mw 6.0
Date time 2017-11-12 22:24:06.7 UTC
Location 38.07 N ; 144.98 E
Depth 10 km
Distances 361 km E of Sendai-shi, Japan / pop: 1,038,000 / local time: 07:24:06.7 2017-11-13
300 km SE of Kamaishi, Japan / pop: 43,200 / local time: 07:24:06.7 2017-11-13