New Delhi: In the wake of the lunar eclipse, an earthquake struck several states in northern India on the night between Tuesday and Wednesday. Strong tremors were felt in Delhi-NCR and Uttar Pradesh due to the 6.3 magnitude earthquake which had an epicenter in Nepal. Similarly, after the solar eclipse that occurred after Diwali, earthquakes were also felt in Jabalpur district of Madhya Pradesh. Did you know that more large earthquakes occur around lunar eclipses than around solar eclipses? Here’s why.

The relationship between earthquake and eclipse

In astrology it is believed that natural disasters such as an earthquake occur a few days before or after an eclipse, especially around a lunar eclipse. Many scholars support this point as well. There are many examples of when strong earthquakes occur around the time of a lunar eclipse. Let’s try to understand this with research conducted by Australian geologist Robert Post.

This is what the research says

Australian geologist Robert Post made a shocking report in 2012 on the subject. The research claimed that the moon’s gravity now affects the Earth more than ever. We all know that the moon’s gravity causes ocean tides. However, only a few people know that the gravitational force of the Sun and the Moon also stirs up plate tectonics under the Earth’s surface. According to Robert, this connection can be dangerous.

This phenomenon “encourages” earthquake

The research further shows that due to the force of gravity, these motions on Earth intensify when the Sun, Moon and Earth are in a straight line and this is what happens during an eclipse. The research also shows that during this time, a bulge of up to 55 cm can occur in the Earth’s core. As a result of the movement of these tectonic plates, they can cause major earthquakes.

Robert claimed to have been researching earthquakes greater than 6.0 on the Richter scale in the world since 1973. He found that most of them occur around lunar or solar eclipses.

He also claimed that during a lunar eclipse, major earthquakes are more likely to occur after a lunar eclipse than after a solar eclipse. This happens because during this time the gravitational pull of the Sun and Moon creates collective effects on the Earth from both sides.

Referred to as Japan and Iran earthquake

The statue also referred to the lunar eclipse that occurred on December 21, 2010. A 7.5-magnitude earthquake struck Japan on the same day, killing many people. The next day, a 6.5-magnitude earthquake in Iran killed 11 people. Robert has also written many books on earthquakes and associated predictions, and many of his documentaries have been broadcast on television.


Read full article here


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here