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Eclipse 2018: Earthquake in Afghanistan – was it due to the Super Blue Blood Moon?
A strong 6.1-magnitude earthquake rocked Afghanistan this morning, causing tremors as far away as New Delhi. But was this earthquake caused by the Super Blue Blood Moon?
Wed, Jan 31, 2018
The magnitude 6.1 earthquake struck Afghanistan 66km (41 miles) south-east of the city of Faizabad on Wednesday at 11.37am local time (7.07am GMT).
The earthquake shook the Afghan capital of Kabul and officials said a young Pakistani girl was killed and five others were injured after roofs collapsed on homes in the village of Lasbela in Pakistan’s Baluchistan province, CBS reports.
The epicentre was near the city of Jarm and struck at a depth of 191.2km in the Hindu Kush region.
The tremors were felt in neighbouring Pakistan and as far afield as New Delhi in India where people reportedly fled from their homes, shops and offices.
The earthquake which registers as ‘strong’ on the Richter scale coincides with a Super Blue Blood Moon.
The Super Blue Blood Moon combines three lunar elements - a supermoon, a blue moon and a blood moon.
The lunar eclipse will enter its blood moon stage late on Wednesday January 31, at about 5.20pm in Kabul, Afghanistan and 6.20pm in New Delhi, India.
There has been a long-held belief that just as a full moon has the strongest tidal pull, it can also place more stress on the Earth’s crust and increase the chance of a fault line slipping