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Largest Earthquakes in the World from USGS

Based on the below I have an observation to make. The second largest earthquake, the Alaskan earthquake is also known as the Good Friday quake because it occurred during the Christian holy day of Good Friday, the day associated with Jesus's crucifixion, on which an earthquake reportedly occurred.An earthquake occurred at the time of Jesus's death according to bibleverse||Matthew|27:51-54|31. The third largest Indonesian Earthquake occurred on Dec 25, 2014 in US time which is also a holy day of Christmas. The third largest Indonesian earthquake and fourth largest Japanese earthquake are similar. An earthquake followed by tsunami. If you take the I from Indonesia and J from Japan it reveals I J which is I Jesus...... Jesus the maker of heaven and earth....my observation is that there is a hidden revelation of his presence and it proclaims his glory and power. 20 Largest Earthquakes in the World from USGS THE FIRST FOUR ARE BELOW Mag Location Alternative Name Date (UTC) Time (UTC) Latitude Longitude References 1. 9.5 Bio-Bio, Chile Valdivia Earthquake 1960-05-22 19:11 38.14S 73.41W Kanamori & Anderson, 1975 2. 9.2 Southern Alaska 1964 Great Alaska Earthquake, Prince William Sound Earthquake, Good Friday Earthquake 1964-03-28 03:36 60.91N 147.34W Kanamori & Anderson, 1975 3. 9.1 Off the West Coast of Northern Sumatra Sumatra-Andaman Islands Earthquake, 2004 Sumatra Earthquake and Tsunami, Indian Ocean Earthquake 2004-12-26 00:58 3.30N 95.98E Duputel et al., 2012 4. 9.1 Near the East Coast of Honshu, Japan Tohoku Earthquake 2011-03-11 05:46 38.30N 142.37E Duputel et al., 2012 5. 9.0 Off the East Coast of the Kamchatka Peninsula, Russia Kamchatka, 1952-11-04 16:58 52.62N 159.78E Kanamori, 197
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