Dutch seismographer Frank warns of a major earthquake in this date

Dutch seismologist Frank Hoogerbietis continued his warnings of an earthquake between April 11 and 13.

The Dutch expert published, through his “X” account, a warning issued by an institute he heads regarding research to monitor geometry between celestial bodies related to seismic activity regarding the occurrence of a major earthquake in the next few days. He also commented, saying, “Be prepared from April 11 to 13.” Without specifying the area that might witness the earthquake.

The Dutch scientist indicated that the close convergence of four planetary conjunctions in the period from April 9 to 11 may lead to significant seismic activity in the period from approximately April 11 to 13.

It is noteworthy that the new warning comes less than a week after a 7-magnitude earthquake occurred in a marine area near Taiwan on Wednesday, which prompted the island authorities and both Japan and the Philippines to warn residents of coastal areas of the danger of a tsunami. Especially since it is the most violent earthquake to hit the island in 25 years, according to what the director of the Taipei Seismological Center, Wu Shin-fu, confirmed to reporters.

It is noteworthy that Frank Hogrebetis previously predicted the devastating earthquake that struck southern Turkey and northern Syria in February last year, killing more than 55,000 people.

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