Very shallow M6.6 earthquake hits Ogasawara region, Japan
A very shallow earthquake registered by the JMA as M6.6 hit Japanese Ogasawara Archipelago at 18:22 UTC (03:22 JST) on August 16, 2018. The USGS is reporting M6.4 at a depth of 11.5 km (7.1 miles) at 18:21 and M6.0 at 18:22 UTC. EMSC is reporting M6.4 and M5.9 at a depth of 10 km (6.2 miles). According to the USGS, the epicenter was located 251 km (156 miles) SE of Iwo Jima, 420.9 km (261.5 miles) SSW of Ogasawara, Japan and 945.4 km (587.5 miles) NNW of Saipan, Northen Mariana Islands. There are no people living within 100 km (62 miles). Although there may be slight sea-level changes in coastal regions, this earthquake has caused no damage to Japan, JMA said. The closest volcanoes are Minami-Hiyoshi and Nikko, both submarine. They have located roughly 100 km (62 miles) W of the epicenter. Periodic water discoloration and water-spouting have been reported over Minami-Hiyoshi since 1975 when detonations and an explosion were als…

Planet X Researcher Photographic Evidence Captured by European Whistle Blowers

In October of 2016, I received 2 different emails from 2 different gentlemen in Europe. Both of them were subscribers to my Youtube Channel. 

Both of them had backgrounds in Astronomy and both were retired professors. Neither of them ever told me the subject that they taught, however, they definitely had science backgrounds. 

Both gentlemen knew I was on to something and they sent me these photos. These telescopic photos match all of our current observations of this object we refer to as Planet X even though we now realize it is a stellar remnant of an old star, such as a Brown Dwarf. 

These objects possess very strong Magnetic Fields and they are now affecting our planet and the proof is mounting. 

I thought I would share these with all of you. Some of you may not have seen these images before...Here's your chance!

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