Kit Karson, a Seattle area psychic has predicted some amazing things lately in the news. She says that the Super Moon, on March 19 may have something to do with it. The 8.9 devastating tsunami that hit Japan this morning is evidence of her correct predictions. This is a very powerful earthquake causing massive destruction.
"I never like to predict devastation in any form and am very upset by the events that have taken place this morning in Japan. My heart goes out to the people in Japan."
A Super Moon occurs when a full Moon is at its closest point to the earth. It is known to cause higher than normal tides and appears quite large in the sky. This is the second of three Super Moons which will occur on March 19. As the date quickly approaches, there can be increased seizmic activity, as well as, tsunamis and volcanic activity.
"Expect a wild ride" as we approach the full Super Moon on March 19, says Karson.
"This may prove to be one of the most seizmically active couple of months of the year. Its not over yet, as we still have the Super Moon again from April 18-20. I expect there will be more events and activity as we approach these last two Super Moons."
Hurricane Katrina and the tsunami in Indonesia all happened during a Super Moon window. Severe weather patterns, including wind, rain, tornadoes, tsunamis and earthquakes can occur during the days before and right after a Super Moon. The moon has effects not only on the tide waters but also on the earth's crust. The closer the moon, the more pull it puts on the earth water and crust.
The last Super Moons gave us extreme weather in 1955, 1974, 1992 and 2005. This next one will be particularly strong as the Moon has not been this close in 18 years. The influence of these Super Moons could continue well into April 2011. Karson says the earth may continue to experience more volcano activity, earthquakes, tsunamis and high winds.
She also says that this may affect the stock market which could experience some major swings. "I don't expect things to quiet down until April is over," says Karson.
These types of events cause so much pain and suffereing, let's just hope that no more catestrophic events happen this year.