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The Insight Of Alstrydomous



March 16, 2010 – Comments (5)

On March 11th, the following blog was written on CAPS

Alstrydomous Next BIG Prediction

Haiti>>>>>>>Chile>>>>>Japan>>>>>Taiwan>>>>>>TurkeY>>>>>>>>What do these nations have in common?

The all track the path of the most recent eathquake path around the world........based on the current trend, it would not be surprising if an earthquake actually hit Western Europe or America within 30 days of the Turkish quake.

Although unrelated to Alstrynomic's theory of concentric contraction which successfully forecasted the housing crash, followed by the banking crash, and now the govenrment crash......the concentric core of the earth is currently shifting in a spiraling clockwise direction placing the next likely earthquake potentially in the United States.

My guess is any initial tremor will be fairly benign followed by an increasing liklihood of something more forceful. The two most vulnerable areas would be along the fault lines in the Midwest or West Coast.  If nothing occurs within 30 days of the Turkish quake, than all should be fine.


Magnitude 4.4 earthquake hits east of downtown Los Angeles

PREPARE!!!!!!  DON'T FEAR......Community is stronger than the individual.

5 Comments – Post Your Own

#1) On March 16, 2010 at 8:28 AM, alstry (< 20) wrote:

22,000 in California


Adams 12 Five Star Schools in Colorado - 188 Next Year

The Grand Blanc School District Michigan  - 25

Lennox School District - 49 Job Cut Notices

Brentwood, Long Island School District - 260 Layoffs Possible

Elgin Ill. School District - 1,000

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#2) On March 16, 2010 at 9:56 AM, Dow3000 (< 20) wrote:


Don't know if you listen to Robert Prechter but I'm guessing you do as your warnings are earily similar.  He recently called for a possible Dow low in the triple digits before 2014.  I'm curious if you think we can actually crash to that extent.  Also, if you do think it's possible, would any banks actually survive/would we be forced back onto the gold standard?

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#3) On March 16, 2010 at 11:29 AM, alstry (< 20) wrote:

Where the Dow goes at this point is truly a guess.....relatively few businesses these days really have any equity value over and above the debt.....many are not even worth the outstanding debt.

As far as gold, it is a fine hedge but I don't think it will ever retain its role as it did for the past few thousand years.  It is too easy to counterfeit and does not lend itself to a digital lifestyle.

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#4) On March 16, 2010 at 2:14 PM, freunddoggy (38.68) wrote:

oh now you're a prophet? sweet! wanna fill out my NCAA bracket for me?

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#5) On March 16, 2010 at 2:44 PM, alstry (< 20) wrote:

No claims or representations are being made to prophetability.......

The facts are simply the facts....and as far as bracket suggestions, after some of the result this weekend, you are just as well off trying to guess the stock market.

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