Ramtha on Earthquakes in Unusual Places

January 2010

“There will be earthquakes in places you never thought there would be one.”

— Ramtha
New Year’s Eve 2009

January 12, 2010 (12 days after Ramtha’s prediction)

“The magnitude 7 earthquake that struck Haiti yesterday is the strongest earthquake to hit the region in more than two centuries, geologists say. The last major earthquake to strike Haiti’s side of the island was in 1860,” quoting National Geographic.

And  “Guatemala, Venezuela, Argentina earthquakes after Haiti’s Earthquake” are all places not known for major seismic activity.

From the San Francisco Chronicle:

Ramtha in Miami (June 17, 2007) warns the students of a “catastrophic earthquake” in 2010 in the Dominican Republic area saying the “people will leave in droves.” The Dominican Republic is next door to Haiti!

Student: Will the Dominican Republic go completely underwater and, if not, where is it safe in the Dominican Republic?”

Ramtha:  It will go underwater. Things will drown unless they have gills. There will be a catastrophic earthquake and what it will do to those people will be a warning, and they will leave in droves.”

“Entity, there will be a catastrophic event. Many people will leave. But it is not the end. It is just something that is going to occur.”

— Ramtha
Miami, June 2007

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