I don't usually 'live blog' anything, because hey, I so have a million better things to do.
But I think there will be more earthquakes hitting the North of Israel soon, for reasons I'll explain now, and they could be big enough that people need to think carefully about making sure they are 'earthquake ready', especially if they live in an older building, like the ones that got flattened in Italy a couple of years ago.
So, why do I think there's more coming? First of all, I did a very basic video showing all the VOLCANOES that are up in Israel's North.
Yup, there's a ton of volcanoes up there, most of which no-one even talks about. Those 2 earthquakes yesterday hit withing 5 miles of one of them, on the edge of the Kinneret. So I think things may be starting to wake up.
Next, Rav Berland recently started talking a lot about the earth opening up a la Korach, because of the people who have been talking negatively about the true Tzaddikim.
(My advice: make some teshuva pronto if you've been talking badly about Rav Berland, or Rav Chaim Dovid Stern, or Rebbe Nachman, or the Lubavitcher Rebbe, or any of the other real tzaddikim, because we could be getting to a stage where your life could seriously depend on it.)
Last, Dutchsinse recently put out a video HERE (shmirat eynayim friendly) where he explains in more detail the geophysical reasons why Israel is getting quakes right now, and from what I can tell, there are more coming and they may start to get bigger.
You can see his comments about Israel between around the 10-23 minute mark.
Stuff is moving. It's kind of scary, but also kind of exhilarating, at least while my supermarket is still standing and I have a hot shower and food to eat.
BH, the geula will come the sweet way. But there's no doubt things are starting to move again. Whether it'll go all the way this time, or we'll have another decade delay or something, who knows.
But trust me on that making teshuva thing I mentioned, either way. We need to make sure that God is right in the middle of whatever 'earthquake plan' we're working on, even if the seismic events we're experiencing are still mostly internal.