Friday, 11 March 2011

When the moon kisses the earth

Just yesterday i read the article on the "Supermoon" phemonemon where when the moon is at its nearest distance to the earth.  The article even mentioned of the catastrophe theories that will affect the earth on March 19.  One of them is none other than earthquakes.

So, what happened today?  Japan was hit by an 8.9 magnitude earthquake.... and a 13 feet tsunami hit their island shores.  Can it be?  The moon being the mischievious culprit to this devastating event?  As the date of the Supermoon effect (also known as the lunar perigree) gets closer, are we to expect more disasters?

Though Cincau lives in Malaysia, the Malaysians are not immune to natural disasters.  The most memorable in Cincau's mind is the December 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami.  How it hit hard the coastal lines of the upper peninsular of this land.  I can't even describe how I felt during that time as I was celebrating Christmas!!  And that was believed being caused by the shining one above us too.

So March 19, I guess everyone should be on the tip of their toes.  I wonder whether Malaysia's sleeping volcano will wake up?


OMG, tsunami warning to all within the Pacific Basin.  That's me! Smiley

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