This is what happens when a tsunami reaches land

February 27, 2010 by  
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The scale of the waves is hard to determine at first, and then, at about the 2:25 minute mark, the camera zooms out and you can see a little speck of a person standing on the beach just before the water overtakes him.

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10 Responses to “This is what happens when a tsunami reaches land”
  1. Virtue Media says:

    I hope I'm wrong but I sense another large earthquake on May 13th (The Ascension of the Lord and 13th Day {Fatima}), May 16th or May 23rd (Pentacost Sunday) 2010.

  2. Virtue Media says:

    Actually I predicted a city named for "birth" which will be the sign of the Anti-Christ/fallen angel having been born. This major earthquake has has yet to happen. The Baja California earthquake (7.2) on Easter and the name of the city still follows the same pattern because it's a major earthquake with hellish underlinings.

  3. Virtue Media says:

    It's interesting that on Easter an earthquake (7.2) occured as I predicted. Baja California meaning from wikipedia… It is suggested that the word California may signify that it is a place that is "hot as an oven", because in Catalan "cal" means hot and "forn" means oven. (From the latin roots calida > hot, fornax > oven).[7]

  4. Virtue Media says:

    Sorry about that bad link and having to come back here to post… I'm referring to Matthew 24:5-24:8

  5. Shelly says:

    yes, but i'm thinking more along the lines of "Prince of Peace" and the "Immaculate Conception" – on the cusp of the end times/period of peace. Just my thoughts.

  6. Virtue Media says:

    I dont want to sound sound like an alarmist but check this out:
    http://www.ewtn.com/ewtn/bible/search_bible.asp

    And then read what this Martin Nix says in his comment: http://blogs.discovermagazine.com/discoblog/2010/03/02/chile-quake-shifted-earths-axis-shortened-the-length-of-a-day/

  7. pennyyak says:

    Well, Virtue, it has never occurred to me to look at the names of the cities effected by earthquakes. I look at the earthquake map (for the world) every several months, and they're as common as dirt (but rarely felt). I don't see any reason (geologically speaking) why we can't have a few more dreadful earthquakes back to back.

    Anyway, having been raised on Hal Lindsey, it is quite impossible for me to look for signs or portents with any seriousness whatsoever. I'm ruined forever in that manner.

    Every day is the day to be ready my own end, or the world's end, and that is how I try to live my life.

  8. Virtue Media says:

    Is it me or does anyone see something quite wierd with the recent news about earthquakes. First it was the Port au Prince and now it's Conception in Chile. To me it kinda sounds like the Prince of Darkness has been "Conceived" and will utter fire from his mouth (Chile). I await for the next large earthquake city where he will be born which is named after born or fallen angel.

  9. Shelly says:

    you need a 'reaction button' for AWFUL!

  10. Susan L says:

    This was hard to watch. Emotionally.

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