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4/25/2015 -- North Japan ALERT -- Land RISES 50 feet (1000 feet long) OVERNIGHT

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This is certainly interesting. This video is in Japanese. There's an article that has been translated but it's not a very good translation. From Dutchsinse:

Published on Apr 25, 2015

UPDATE - NHK report was typed (by them) wrong? Says 300 meters HEIGHT in the NHK article. Other articles say 15 meters high. It looks taller than 40 feet... hmm.. some reports saying 10 meters WIDE.. other reports saying 30 meters WIDE... hmm..

Regardless of the difference in footage, ANY footage moving upwards in Japan is worthy of note. Normally the crust moves in millimeters and inches.. not meters and feet!

In my 5 years of covering events online, covering all major earthquakes, we have NEVER seen a 1 day rise of 1,000 feet (300meters) of anything.. worthy to note !

4/25/2015 — Land risingout of the sea in Hokkaido Japan — Rose 50 feet (over 1,000 feet long) OVERNIGHT

 

The new land began rising from the sea yesterday morning (April 24, 2015) with just a 1 meter rise  (3 feet), then began rising rapidly, the event is still ongoing as of April 25th into 26th 2015.

The new land mass has now risen over 50 feet above the water (near 1,000 feet long), and near 10 meters wide (30 feet)!  Not ‘small’ by any means, and a very rare occurrence to top it off.

This is being attributed to crustal movement in the area.

The pressure of the uplift has now caused minor landslides behind the rise.

 

Video report from NHK here:

http://www.nhk.or.jp/sapporo-news/player5.swf?t=1429999055008&fms=rtmp://flv.nhk.or.jp/ondemand/flv/lnews/&movie=sapporo/7004317821_20150424210433.mp4

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April 24th, 2015

Translation from Japanese NHK article:

http://www.nhk.or.jp/sapporo-news/20150424/4317821.html

 

“Experts found that residents of the ground in Rausu coast of eastern Hokkaido has raised over about 300 meters height 10 m width and “do not know exact cause, but seen the coastline has been raised.” we talk at around the 24th morning 6 around Rausu Horomoe the town in the Shiretoko Peninsula of eastern, and noticed that the ground is raised about one meter than usual when the residents who live near is a walk on the beach, then, 5:00 where it was found in around time, is that even the ground had been raised significantly.

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There were mass whale and dolphin beachings 10 days before both Taiwan and Japan were hit with a 6.8 quake on April 20, 2015. Here's a link:

BBC Japan/Taiwan quake

The seismic activity in Japan isn't that great right now, but Taiwan, which is about 1,000 miles from Japan is getting rocked big time. A lot of people don't realize how long the movement lasts after a major quake. Aftershocks can go on for weeks and months afterward.

When the 2011 quake and tsunami hit Japan, this is what was happening. If this doesn't tell you that place is completely unstable, nothing will.

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Last week there was  a video showing land moving in Russia. Not an avalanche, just a wide stretch of soil or rocks traveling across an open area. Earth is upheaveling, as Velikovsky used the word.

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Last week there was  a video showing land moving in Russia. Not an avalanche, just a wide stretch of soil or rocks traveling across an open area. Earth is upheaveling, as Velikovsky used the word.

​That is very strange Grav. Thanks for mentioning it.

 

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1. Japanese land rising from the sea.

2. Russian land on the move.

3. Terrible loss of life after a powerful earrhquake in Nepal.

4. Volcanos waking up around the world.

What else is happening that isn't on our screens?

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