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Almost Everyone Missed One Of The Main Points Of The Eclipse

•, By Michael

Personally, I did not expect to see any sort of a major disaster or emergency on April 8th, and this is an opinion that I expressed over and over again during the weeks leading up to the eclipse.  But without a doubt, I believe that this eclipse was a sign and a warning.  In particular, the fact that the Great American Eclipse of 2024 completed the giant "X" over the New Madrid fault zone that the Great American Eclipse of 2017 started is such an obvious warning that I can't believe that almost everyone is ignoring it.  That giant "X" over the New Madrid fault zone was literally one of the main points of the eclipse, but so few people are talking about it.

Earlier today, I was watching coverage of the eclipse on ABC News, and I thought that overall they did a pretty good job.

But of course there was no mention of the giant "X" over America that was being finished by the Great American Eclipse of 2024.

And there was no mention that the precise intersection of the two eclipses fell in southern Illinois.

I am sure that the other major networks also chose to ignore the obvious.

But somebody out there has certainly been trying to draw attention to what the eclipse on 4/8 really meant.

On Friday, a 4.8 magnitude earthquake rattled New York City on the exact same day that an earthquake at a depth of precisely 4.8 miles shook the New Madrid fault zone

The New Madrid Seismic Zone started rocking early Friday morning.

The U.S. Geological Survey recorded a magnitude 2.1 earthquake at 12:17 a.m. April 5.

The tremor was centered along the Mississippi River in Lake County, Tennessee, about 3 miles northeast of Caruthersville and 26.5 miles northeast of Blytheville. The USGS said it had a depth of 7 kilometers (4.8 miles).

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