Dutch seismologist Frank Hoogerbeets has once again raised alarm bells, this time with a prediction of a massive earthquake expected to strike during the first week of June.
Hoogerbeets, known for his controversial theories, took to Twitter to share his concerns, describing the impending earthquake as ‘tremendous’ and urging people to remain extra vigilant.
Mega-thrust earthquake warning for the first week of June. Be on extra alert. https://t.co/gUJibBgxM4
— Frank Hoogerbeets (@hogrbe) May 30, 2023
He highlighted the close proximity and alignment of Earth, Mars, and Uranus since April 4 as a critical situation that could potentially lead to a catastrophic earthquake.
However, he noted that the occurrence of such an event depended on various factors, including the state of Earth’s crust and the magnitude of pressure exerted upon it. Hoogerbeets’ predictions have garnered significant attention worldwide, leading to widespread panic among the public.
His track record includes several forecasts of earthquakes and aftershocks in recent times.
Most notably, he accurately predicted the devastating earthquake that struck Turkey on February 6, resulting in the tragic loss of over 50,000 lives, leaving thousands injured and homeless. The scientist had forecasted the earthquake three days prior to its occurrence. Despite the attention he receives, many seismologists and geologists firmly reject Frank Hoogerbeets’ theories.
Nevertheless, Frank Hoogerbeets remains steadfast in his theories, continuously making predictions based on planetary motions, proximity, and the potential seismic activity triggered by their effects on our planet.