In a nutshell, it’s been a long time since a major event has changed Earth’s history, so when the news comes through of the Chakra frequency of a massive earthquake, it makes sense that the world is in turmoil.
But in a world where a major earthquake happens every six to 12 months, and every major tsunami or volcanic eruption can be attributed to a very specific event, there’s still plenty of room for the possibility of something bigger, even if it doesn’t happen every six months.
The latest findings from the USGS, released today, show that a huge earthquake in the early morning hours of March 18, 1717, caused a tsunami that swept over New York City and nearly destroyed the city’s skyline, killing about 4,000 people and creating a crater 30 feet across.
The USGS says the earthquake was the largest in the U.S. since the 1800s, and was one of the largest earthquakes ever recorded in the continental United States.
But it was also one of a handful of earthquakes in New York to be centered in the same region that caused a huge tsunami and catastrophic damage to the New York State Railroad and the New Amsterdam Company.
The earthquake occurred just before midnight, and the US Geological Survey (USGS) says it occurred between 6:30 a.m. and 9:00 a.
(12:30 to 3:30 p.m.)
A tsunami is a wave of water coming down with tremendous force and force of gravity.
The tsunami was recorded at a depth of 8 miles (12 kilometers) and a depth that was about 1,200 feet (305 meters).
At the time of the tsunami, New York was the fourth largest city in the world and was home to some of the richest people in the United States, and there was a strong earthquake watch for that area as well.
The waves that were being generated by the earthquake also hit parts of New York’s coastline, including Long Island.
The New York Times said that the waves hit the shoreline, “surrounded the water and swept away a portion of the island’s buildings and other structures.”
And while it’s not the only event to be linked to the Chakras frequency, it is one of those that have caused waves that have reached the coastline.
The quake itself wasn’t particularly destructive, but the tsunami it created could have killed many people.
This is the wave that struck New York on March 18.
It was a big wave, as it’s estimated at about 15 feet (4 meters).
The tsunami in question was more of a 10-foot (3 meters) wave.
The size of the waves that hit the New England coastline has been recorded before, but this is the largest one ever recorded.
A massive tsunami in the New Netherland was a different story.
A huge earthquake occurred on the same day, April 16, 1783, and it was the second biggest earthquake in New Netherlands history.
That event, though, happened in the mountainous region of the Northern Cape, which was home the region’s first king, John III, and his son, King Charles II.
The king was buried in a massive wooden coffin, and he was buried at the grave site, but his body was never discovered.
In the years that followed, the King Charles family settled in the area.
That’s when the region experienced a wave, which in turn caused the king’s body to be found.
In 1834, Charles II died.
That same year, a large earthquake occurred in a remote area of the British Isles.
That earthquake, which occurred just north of the small town of St. Andrews, Scotland, killed more than 1,000.
The magnitude of the quake was at 5.8.
The wave was estimated to be 3 feet (1 meter) in diameter, and scientists are still working to figure out exactly what caused it.
The last major earthquake to be felt in the entire world was the Great Depression of the 1930s, which struck in 1929.
That wave was about 15 miles (25 kilometers) long.
The first earthquake to have caused any damage in New Zealand was a magnitude 9.8 earthquake in 1938, which hit the coastal town of Londo.
That quake, which lasted for about 10 minutes, caused several buildings to collapse.
That caused $1 billion in damage in Londo, and more than 400 people were injured.
The next major earthquake was a 7.8 quake in 1964, which caused some minor damage in the northern New Zealand town of Mount Hamilton.
The biggest quake in New England was a 9.1 quake that struck in 1986.
That disaster, which happened in central New England, caused more than $15 billion in damages.
But the magnitude of that quake is still difficult to measure.
That being said, scientists believe the waves caused by the Chachakra frequency are not uncommon.
In 2015, a study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences found that earthquakes