Last month in February, there were devastating earthquakes in Turkey and Syria. Due to which more than fifty thousand people lost their lives. Then the Dutch researcher Frank Hogerbeets announced that the Asian countries were next in line.
Strong earthquake tremors were felt in the capital Delhi and NCR at 10.19 pm on Tuesday night. Apart from this, earthquake tremors were also felt in many states including Uttarakhand, Punjab. At the same time, strong tremors were also felt in Islamabad, the capital of neighboring country Pakistan. In such a situation, the prediction of Dutch researcher Frank Hogerbeets is being discussed.
Dutch researcher Frank Hoogerbeets predicted dangerous earthquakes in Turkey and its neighboring regions, recently another video of Hoogerbeets was going viral on the internet. In this video, he was claiming that a major earthquake has occurred in the Indian Ocean region of the Indian subcontinent i.e. in many areas around Afghanistan including India-Pakistan.
Who is Huggerbeats?
Frank Huggerbeats works for the Solar System Geometry Survey (SSGEOS). Frank Hoogerbeats predicts earthquakes on the earth based on the motion of the planets. SSGEOS is a research institute that monitors celestial objects such as planets to estimate earthquake activity. Frank had predicted an earthquake in Turkey and its surrounding areas.
Frank also predicted powerful earthquakes up to the Indian Ocean region along with Afghanistan, Pakistan and India. Frank himself says that it is not clear that starting from Afghanistan, the earthquake will reach the Indian Ocean. But Frank is not 100% sure about his guess. They are predicting devastation like the earthquake in India in 2001, but further adding that it cannot be 100% correct.
Let me be clear: the purple bands do NOT indicate a potential rupture zone (sic). They mark regions at the time of atmospheric fluctuations relative to the Sun and a larger tremor may occur in or near that band. I explained this multiple times in videos. No room for wild ideas. https://t.co/3kTM6x9p9M
— Frank Hoogerbeets (@hogrbe) February 8, 2023