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May 27, 2013

Magnitude 4.9 quake occurred near Baengnyeong Island in Yellow Sea. Just around that time, a very queer spiral-looking cloud was in a satellite photograph.


It seems that there was an underground staion of wicked aliens under the Baengnyeong Island.
Subsequently, it seems that an earthquake occurred in association with destruction of the station.
It takes two steps to hold an execution: first, their all psychic powers are eradicated.   This is indicated in the article posted on May 12.  I mentioned that “They were destroyed because they didn’t listen to the warning.   However, they still have physical bodies. If they do wrong again hereafter, they will be executed (physical death).”   Subsequently, all wicked aliens were executed on 17th. There is a very interesting article titled “ a series of minor quakes in Kochi prefecture which occurred the day after vibration bombshell ” posted on a blog ‘Remote Viewing and Space Network.’ I’d like to talk about details of how these events are associated with one another, at a lecture meeting on June 2.

Masatoshi Takeshita
May 20, 2013


English translation of an excerpt from a Japanese article: Kazumoto Iguchi’s blog – May 20, 2013 –

Magnitude 4.9 quake occurred near Baengnyeong Island in Yellow Sea, followed by a large number of aftershocks.

A magnitude 4.9 quake occurred near waters 31 km south off Baengyeong Island in the morning on May 18. The quake was felt in some places of the Soul Metropolitan area.

According to the Korean Meteorological Administration (KMA), a Magnitude 4.9 quake was detected near waters 31 km south off Baengyeong Island around 7:02 a.m. today.

On this day, a Magnitude 3.5 quake occurred in the same area (near waters 31km south-southeast off of Baengyeong Island ), followed by a Magnitude 4.9 quake and subsequent 6 quakes.

All quakes excluding a Magnitude 4.9 quake are as follows:

At 7:24 a.m , a Magnitude 2.2 quake near waters 35 km south-southeast off Baengyeong Island

Two minutes later, a Magnitude 3.3 quake near waters 31 km south off Baengyeong Island

At 7:54 a.m , a Magnitude 2.4 aftershock near waters 24 km south-southeast off Baengyeong Island

At 9:13 a.m., a Magnitude 2.4 quake near waters 32 km south off of Baengyeong Island

At 9:32 a.m , a Magnitude 2.5 quake near waters 36 km south-southwest off Baengyeong Island

At 11:45 a.m., a Magnitude 3.9 scale quake near waters 32 km south off Baengyeong Island


As shown above, six quakes in a row occurred in a day, which is a record in South Korea.

The quake was the strongest among all quakes which have taken place in Korea, and it was the sixth largest in scale detected since KMA started keeping detailed data from 1978 onwards.

The vibration caused by the quake, which shook buildings, was detected not only around Baengyeong Island and Incheon but in some places of the Soul Metropolitan area.   KMA and broadcast stations were inundated with phone calls requesting for information.

According to the map, “Baengyeong Island” is located here.


Then, why am I interested in this quake? In fact, most recently, just around the time when the quake occurred, a quite queer cloud, which looks like a spire at a glance, came out in a satellite photo. You can see below.


May 17 UTC 02:40 ( around 11:40 a.m., Japan time)

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