Even non-believers can see the message in this sequence of events. A 5.0 magnitude earthquake near the Fukushima nuclear power plant last Thursday was followed by another 4.7 magnitude quake on Saturday. And both happened just days after Japan fired up it’s Sendai nuclear reactor… one week ago today. Coincidence?
Sendai is the first nuclear reactor to be put back in to operation in Japan since the 2011 meltdown of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant in northern Japan. For the past 4 1/2 years, all of Japans 44 nuclear reactors have been shut down due t0 the Fukushima disaster. The Sendai nuclear plant is located within 31 miles of Japan’s most active volcano, Sakurajima, and there are reports that there is no evacuation plan for the residents of this area.
The world watched in horror in 2011 as the 9.0 magnitude earthquake, and the resulting tsunami, caused death and destruction that the modern world had never seen before. And we also saw another unimaginable event in real time, the melt down of 3 nuclear reactors.
And now plates deep in the earth are shifting throughout the pacific rim region. The question being asked isn’t if our world will change, but how and when it will change. And where.