After studying the Haiti quake data for the past 10 months, officials are more convinced than ever that Haitians can expect another major quake sooner rather than later. That’s largely because they’ve found, according to a new study by 10 prominent geologists, that the lion’s share of the January temblor occurred not along the fault line they originally suspected, known as the Enriquillo–Plantain Garden fault zone, but on a previously unknown fault. (Faults separate plates in the earth’s crust, which cause quakes when stress makes them collide.)

When geologists started poring over information from the earthquake’s satellite-radar images last January, they were flummoxed by a variety of features. One was the vertical motion the quake exhibited — unusual because the Enriquillo, which runs across Haiti’s southern peninsula just below Port-au-Prince, is a strike-slip fault, the kind that almost exclusively displays horizontal motion when it ruptures. At the same time, the quake’s horizontal movement was partly north-south, another anomaly for a strike-slip fault. “Those were the two important smoking guns” that made scientists question their early assumptions about the quake, says Eric Calais, a Purdue University geologist who is in Haiti as a science adviser to the U.N. Development Program and is a lead author of the study, which was published last month in Nature Geoscience.

There were others. Why, for example, did the earthquake’s rupture not reach the surface, despite its strength? And, perhaps most important, why did so little of the Enriquillo fault itself seem to rupture? The answer is that a new previously unmapped fault line simply formed parallel to the Enriquillo fault. One they’ve now identified and named the Logne, for the city west of Port-au-Prince where the quake had its epicenter. The Logne fault is a combination of a strike-slip and a thrust fault (which helps explain the vertical motion and other unnatural behavior) and was responsible for about 85% or more of the quake’s energy.

Before January, the Haiti fault hadn’t had a major rupture since 1751. Scientists have observed that only the western half of the segment that broke in 1751 came apart this time, meaning the eastern portion — closest to Port-au-Prince — is now likely a geological hair trigger. In fact, the discovery of the previously unknown and unmapped Logne fault, as geologists like Amelung suggest, may mean things are more dangerous than previously imagined, since it indicates the Enriquillo spent even less of its own energy in the January earthquake than they had assumed.

Geologists are dumbfounded as to how the January earthquake could have even occurred being that the earthquake didn’t occur at the Earth crust’s weakest point - at the Enriquillo–Plantain Garden fault zone. Instead it occurred where there was no fault line. What can cause an earthquake in a region where there exists not fault line? The unnatural characteristics of the Haiti earthquake suggests a man made earthquake from either an underground nuclear detonation or the result of the United States’ weapon of mass destruction called HAARP - HAARP is a weapon that can not only modify the Earth’s weather and create major storms, heat waves, monsoons and hurricanes it can also severely disturb the natural electromagnetic field of Earth and create artificial earthquakes . HAARP is an Air Force installation with powerful transmitters that are interfering with, overriding and blanking out earth’s natural magnetic field. For the first time in human history, an ever-increasing number of artificial ELF and VLF vibrations are disrupting earth’s natural internal and external electromagnetic systems (which help to maintain planetary rotation, balance and stability).

The January 1978 issue of the Specula Magazine described the goal of the United States weapon of mass destruction program called HAARP.

“An electromagnetic signal of certain frequencies can be transmitted through the earth which, when introduced into the earth at certain multiples of 30 degrees, will form standing waves in the earth itself. In certain incidence angle cases, the standing wave also induces a strange phenomenon: coherence to the standing wave is formed in the molten core of the earth itself, and a tiny fraction of the vast, surging electromagnetic currents of the liquid core begin to feed into and augment the induced standing wave.

“At this point, one has established a sort of giant triode: the inducing signal one is putting into the earth is the grid signal, and the vast energy in the molten core of the earth is the cathode and power supply. The established coherence serves as an amplification factor for the grid signal, and much more energy is now present in the standing wave than the miniscule amount being fed in from the earth’s surface. By interferometer type techniques, multiple ‘giant resonance’ waves of this type can be combined so that a ‘beam’ or focused effect of very great energy exists inside the earth.

“Depending on the frequency, focusing, wave shape, etc. one can …induce a variety of effects such as earthquakes, induced at a distant aiming point, severe disturbances in the middle and upper atmosphere over the target area…and anomalous weather effects. This is called the Tesla effect.”

On October 9, 2006 North Korea detonated a nuclear device underground which the U.S. Geological Survey recorded an earthquake at 4.2 on the Richter scale. The Seismic yield of the Nagasaki atomic bomb created an earth tremor of a 5.0 Richter Magnitude. The largest nuclear weapons ever tested, a hydrogen bomb called the Tsar-bomb created an earth tremor of a 5.0 to 5.25 Richter Magnitude and an energy yield of around 7.1 on the Richter scale. It was only because the bomb was detonated in the air rather than underground, that most of the energy was not converted to seismic waves. Given this data on how detonation of bombs of mass destruction always produces Earth tremors of between 5.0 and 7.1 Reichter magnitude, it is technologically possible to create a man made earthquake of the magnitude that shook Haiti. An underground nuclear detonation would create a new fault and it would also account for the unnatural behavior of he Haiti earthquake. Geologists have stated that the Haiti earthquake occurred as a combination of a strike-slip (horizontal motion) and a thrust fault (vertical rupture). All nuclear detonations have both a horizontal and a vertical shock wave motion. All nuclear detonation leave evidence a detonation in the form of a crater. The new fault in the Earth’s crust was created when the earth above the detonation caved in.

Another mystery and anomaly in regards to the Haiti earthquake was the fact that there were no warning tremors prior to this major earthquake. The earthquake happened suddenly, violently and quickly - as do all nuclear detonations.