The New Moon tomorrow Saturday, March 19 is said to be the closest full moon seen on Earth in almost eighteen years at a distance of 356,577 kilometers (221,567 miles). In an article at Universetoday, according to American Astrologer Richard Nolle, SuperMoons are noteworthy for their close association horrible natural disasters such as severe storms to powerful earthquakes and volcanic eruptions.
Nolle who is not a scientist said in a statement, “SuperMoons are noteworthy for their close association with extreme tidal forces working in what astrologers of old used to call the sublunary world: the atmosphere, crust and oceans of our home planet – including ourselves, of course. From extreme coastal tides to severe storms to powerful earthquakes and volcanic eruptions, the entire natural world surges and spasms under the sway of the SuperMoon alignment – within three days either way of the exact syzygy, as a general rule.”
Here's the interesting part, Nolle claims in his report that the natural calamity of Japan earthquake-tsunami faced last week was because of the moon’s close proximity to the Earth. From the start of these year extreme natural disaster unfolded one after another such as extreme snow storm in the U.S., cyclones in Australia, extreme flooding in Brazil, Queensland, Philippines, even in Middle East, New Zealand earthquake and volcanic eruptions everywhere. And the latest is just one week from the Supermoon tomorrow which is the Japan tsunami-earthquake tragedy that triggers nuclear calamity in the region.
With no scientific explanation from the scientist perspective would we tend to believe Richard Nolle claim? How about the wourld will end on 2012? Although NASA folks claimed that the world will end on 2012 is just a plain hoax.