Frank Hoogerbeets Researcher | Wife, Age, Tweets, Bio


Frank Hoogerbeets is a Dutch researcher with an institute called Solar System Geometry Survey. He has made a series of predictions about seismic activity based on the alignment of celestial bodies. He claims that the gravitational pull of the Sun, Moon, and planets can be used to predict earthquakes. His Twitter went viral for his prediction “sooner or later” an earthquake of magnitude 7.5 would occur in the Central-Turkey, Jordan-Syria region.

The post quickly spread across social media platforms such as Twitter and Reddit, sparking debate over it. The debate quickly escalated, as people across the world began to weigh in on the topic. While some argued that a major quake was indeed possible, others questioned the validity of his claims and highlighted scientific evidence that suggested an earthquake was highly unlikely in the Netherlands. Others still simply hoped for the best, but feared the worst.

While rescuers in Turkey and Syria still searching through the frigid night into 07 Feb 2023, hoping to pull more survivors from the rubble after a 7.8 magnitude earthquake.


Who Is Frank Hoogerbeets | Age, Wife

Frank Hoogerbeets is a researcher. He was born on 26 October 1968 in Haarlem, Netherlands. He is 54 years old, as of 2023. He is married with, Anke Hoogerbeets-Visser. He is known for his work on the global vibration energy, which he believes is a major influence on the weather and other natural events. His research has been met with skepticism among some scientific communities, but he continues to explore what he calls “the harmonic resonance of our planet.”

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Frank Hoogerbeets tweeted, “My heart goes out to everyone affected by the major earthquake in Central Turkey. As I stated earlier, sooner or later this would happen in this region, similar to the years 115 and 526. These earthquakes are always preceded by critical planetary geometry, as we had on 4-5 Feb.”


In the accompanying video, Hoogerbeets discusses, “two lunar peaks that could potentially trigger some serious seismic activity… overall, because we have planetary peaks on the 4th and the 5th, my estimate is that we could see some seismic increase from the 4th to the 6th… that would be something to keep in mind.”

Additionally, he states that, “there is a possibility of a larger seismic activity following the next lunar peak on 6th February…”

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