Patti C (12 Jan 2012)
"Interesting earth events on the 10th"

7.3 magnitude earthquake strikes off the west coast of northern Sumatra
Posted on January 10, 2012
January 10, 2012 – INDONESIA – A 7.3 magnitude tectonic earthquake at a depth of 29 km (18 miles) was recorded on Tuesday, 420 km (260 miles) south west of Banda Aceh, Indonesia, the U.S. Geological Survey said. No immediate tsunami warning was issued by the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center for its Indian Ocean area but later that was changed. The epicenter of the strong earthquake was about 1789 km (1111 miles) WNW of Jakarta, Java, Indonesia. In recent weeks, a spasm of earthquakes have rattled the region in around Indonesia and currently 7 volcanoes in the very geologically-active archipelago are on high alert status. The earthquake is the second large earthquake of 2012 and comes on the heels of yesterday’s 6.6 magnitude earthquake which struck the Santa Cruz Islands. –The Extinction Protocol
(personal note: 6.6 created by HAARP and 7.3 in created by God!!
*************************************** Description:  Cloudburst storm brings terror and Torrential rains to Houston, 
Texas Posted on January 10, 2012
January 10, 2012 – HOUSTON, TX - Severe weather hit the Houston area Monday, flooding streets and homes and leaving thousands of people without power, emergency officials said. Torrential rain fell across the area, causing flash flooding that left streets and highways impassable and submerged some vehicles. “We have a lot of roadways closed, and some evacuations are going on,” said Alan Spears of the Fort Bend County office of emergency management. In the city of Richmond, rescues were conducted by boat and on foot. Spears said he believes a tornado touched down in the area. “We had 7,000 people without power in the county,” he said. Sixty miles southeast, in Texas City, a law enforcement officer witnessed what appeared to be a tornado strike near the Mall of Midland, the National Weather Service reported. The Houston/Galveston weather forecast office will examine the area and two other reported areas on Tuesday to confirm reported strikes, said Timothy Oram, an emergency response meteorologist for the National Weather Service in Fort Worth. Texas resident: ‘I was so scared.’ As much as 6.3 inches of rain had fallen in the past day, nearly all of it during the previous 12 hours, Oram said late Monday afternoon. At Houston Hobby Airport, 4.05 inches of rain fell, which douses the previous January 9 record of 2.54 inches set in 1955, according to Oram. Though flash flood warnings were still in effect for Chambers County and Galveston County, the worst was over, he said. “It’s moved off to the northeast; things should be improving here,” he told CNN. Video from Fort Bend County showed wind damage, including debris from building roofs and broken glass, and people trapped by the storm described terrifying moments. One resident said he felt the wind pushing into his home just before the garage door fell in and the front door of his home was blown open. “It just kept getting louder and louder and louder,” Umair Sayyed told CNN affiliate KPRC. Sayyed said he and his mother and sister sheltered inside a closet moments before the roof fell and rain poured into his home. -CNN
Arizona 3.1 magnitude tremor strikes between state’s dormant volcanoes
Posted on January 9, 2012
January 9, 2012 – WINSLOW, Ariz. — The U.S. Geological Survey recorded a magnitude 3.1 earthquake in Arizona Sunday afternoon. According to the USGS, the quake hit at 12:11 p.m. about 21 miles southwest of Winslow and about 113 miles northeast of Phoenix. Winslow is about a 3-hour drive from Phoenix. With a depth of just over 3 miles, the temblor was a relatively shallow one. Google Earth shows the epicenter to be between what appear to be small dormant volcanoes. The volcano to the south of the epicenter is on the Colorado Plateau between the Mogollon Rim and Winslow. The remnants of the two cones to the north appeared to have been weathered away, leaving a plateau behind. Google Earth also showed a sinkhole swarm not far from the epicenter. Meteor Crater, one of the best-known meteorite impact craters on the planet, is 20 miles west of Winslow, putting it in the circumference of the quake. USGS data indicates that pockets of residents in the Payson and Prescott areas might have felt the quake, but it would have been very weak. Chances are if it was felt at all, it was simply a subtle, gentle shake that people might have noticed unless they were still or sitting down. –AZ Family
Praise the Lord!!!!  He is coming quickly!!!
Patti C.