5/13/2017 — Nightly Earthquake Update + Forecast — Central America struck by noteworthy M6.4

May 12, 2017 – A noteworthy M6.2 (M6.4) earthquake strikes along the shores of Central America / El Salvador

El Salvador Central America has been struck by a noteworthy series of earthquakes over the past 24 hours (up to May 13, 2017) topping out at M6.2 – M6.4.

Over the past several days leading up to this new round of seismic activity, multiple earthquake warnings were issued for Central America, including the country of El Salvador.

El Salvador was specifically named in the May 8, 2017 earthquake forecast, and Central America near Honduras was named on the May 11, 2017 earthquake forecast – both are linked below.

First, here is the most recent earthquake forecast from tonight, May 12, 2017, broken into two parts due to upload length allowed on vidme.


5/12/2017 — Nightly Earthquake Update + Forecast — Central America M6.4 (part 1 of 2)

https://vid.me/Kdpw (Part1)



Part 2: (Download here)  No reupload use allowed without expressed permission:



Here are the earthquake warnings issued for El Salvador, and Central America.

Both warnings were issued in the days leading up to El Salvador / Central America being struck.  Review each video for yourself, and make note of the areas warned on the 8th + 10th, and compare to the location now hit on the 12 (two to four days later).


2/23/2017 — Nightly Earthquake Update + Forecast — West Coast / Pacific Northwest M4.8 + M4.2 earthquakes

A new series of moderate sized earthquakes (near M5.0) have struck the Pacific Northwest United States and Vancouver BC Canada.

Washington State was struck by a M4.2 after months without any similar sized earthquake activity.  Just a short time later (less than a few hours) another M4.8 earthquake struck nearby at Vancouver Island British Columbia.

Areas within the Continental United States need to be alerted to the possibility of M4.0 range seismic activity to be returning to the midwest, and California.

This new round of upper M4.0 seismic activity will place pressure to the South by Southeast upon the interior edge of the North American Craton.  This new pressure may result in similar sized activity returning into Northern California, and a swarm topping out near M4.0 at the fracking operations in the midwestern plains (Oklahoma).

Certainly, keep watch over the next several (4-5) days for possible compensation movement in the areas to the East by Southeast from Vancouver / Washington State.   This includes areas such as Yellowstone (into Idaho), and Northern California into Southern California.


The M4.2 in Washington State was preceded by a noteworthy  M3.4 earthquake which struck Southern California off the coast of Santa Barbara — directly next to an offshore oil drilling / pumping platform.

The nearest drilling platform is named “Platform Hondo”. 

The oil drilling / pumping platform is located approximately 2 miles East of the earthquake epicenter.

In case you are not aware, drilling operations (oil, gas, and geothermal) are vulnerable to incoming seismic pressure from other nearby regions.    The pumping operations begin showing movement in the days before larger movement strikes off the West coast.


See the most current earthquake update covering the M4.8 in Vancouver BC here:


Watch the earthquake forecast to see the Washington State M4.2 strike during the live broadcast:





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