After Turkey Earthquake, India next in line says Frank Hoogerbeets

After Turkey Earthquake, India next in line says Frank Hoogerbeets

Dutch geologist Frank Hoogerbeets, who predicted the massive earthquakes that shook parts of Turkey and Syria and killed more than 17,000, has now declared that Asian countries are “next in line.”

In a video that has since gone viral, Frank Hogerbeets can be seen predicting a major earthquake that will erupt in Afghanistan and eventually end in the Indian Ocean after crossing Pakistan and India.

Muhammad Ibrahim, a Twitter user who goes by the handle @AlkhidmatOrg, has shared, “The Dutch researcher @hogrbe, who predicted the quakes in Turkey and Syria three days ago, also predicted seismic activity for a large earthquake that would start in Afghanistan and travel through Pakistan and India before reaching the Indian Ocean.”

In the clip, Hoogerbeets can be heard saying: “These areas could be the next candidate for increased seismic activity if we look at atmospheric fluctuations, but again keep in mind that these are rough estimates and not all large earthquakes leave a footprint in the environment they are not always announced”.

In his Youtube video, Hoogerbeets explained in detail the Solar System Geometry Index that predicts the massive earthquake. Frank Hoogerbeets is a researcher at an institute called the Solar System Geometry Survey (SSGOES).

What caused the Turkey earthquake?

Turkey is located in a zone of large seismic faults and registers frequent earthquakes. Some 18,000 people died in 1999 in a series of earthquakes in the northwest of the country.

In 1999 it triggered two earthquakes, measuring 7.4 and 7.0 each, in the provinces of Gölcük and Düzce. Nearly 18,000 people died and more than 45,000 were injured. Back in 2011, more than 500 people were killed when a magnitude 7.1 earthquake struck the eastern city of Van.


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