Earthquake Oracle Frank Hoogerbeets Gives A New History

Earthquake expert Frank Hoogerbeets, nicknamed the “Earthquake Oracle”, gave another date. Frank Hoogerbeets, who knew about the Maraş earthquake, drew attention to that date by saying that March was risky.

The “earthquake prophet” Frank Hoogerbeets, who predicted the earthquake that took place in Kahramanmaraş and affected 10 provinces, is on the agenda.

Earthquake oracle, known for his sometimes accurate predictions, warned Turkey once again by giving another date.

Frank, who actively uses his social media account and shares here, also benefits from astrological indicators.

The earthquake oracle, drawing attention to the conjunction of Mercury and Saturn, surprised everyone with the new dates he gave.

In addition, the earthquake oracle’s attention to the Central Anatolia Region prompted the people living in the region to be careful.

New Zone Description from Earthquake Oracle

The Solar System Geometry Survey (SSGEOS), the company of the famous earthquake expert Hoogerbeets, nicknamed the “earthquake prophet”, warned this time for the Central Anatolia Region in its social media post.

Hoogerbeets said that the planets Mercury and Saturn would converge to the earth in the said period, arguing that this could cause major earthquakes.

  • “The first week of March is very critical. We are seeing convergence of critical planetary geometry. On the 2nd this will be very important.
  • On the 2nd of the month, after 9 hours, there will be a planetary conjunction that includes the Earth. This Earth will be Mercury and Saturn. This will be critical. There may be more than one seismic event well above 6 this first week of March.
  • There is no way to know. Again, there may be a seismic event well above 7, well above 8.

Mehmet Sarıusta

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