The world has experienced earthquakes since at least the days of Noah when God’s judgement fell on the earth for the greatness of sin upon the earth and everyone having evil thoughts all the time. The Bible tells us that the earth split and brought forth the fountains of the deep. That sounds like a pretty catastrophic earthquake! Ever since then we’ve felt the rumblings of the earth groaning under the curse of sin. But the prophesies about the end times seem to indicate that an increase in the number, frequency and intensity of earthquakes would be one of the signs that herald the end of days. We are in fact now seeing an increase in the number, frequency, dispersion, and intensity of earthquakes and volcanoes (which are closely related to earthquakes) all over the world.
This information site keeps track of the location of reports of all sorts of disasters, from earthquakes, to fires, to insect invasions, to storms with names as they are happening.
These articles are from late April, 2016, talking about 40 volcanoes erupting simultaneously, and 34 of them are on the ring of fire. I’m not clear why the volcanoes being in the ring of fire is of particular importance but they seem to be giving it special attention. Whatever the reason, it is interesting that there are an
This article is from April, 2016 following the two major earthquakes that hit Japan and Equador. http://www.infowars.com/5-major-earthquakes-in-48-hours-as-a-seismologist-warns-catastrophic-mega-earthquakes-are-coming/
Here is an article from March, 2016 about how an earthquake off the west coast of the US rippled across the whole continent over the course of a few hours.
The USGS website publishes information about earthquakes as they are reported from approved seismic measurement stations.
This website found data from 1935 to 2014 showing that earthquakes ARE increasing.
Earthquakes are shaking near an ancient volcano in Arizona.
Video on the Arizona and New York earthquakes
Tremors along the Pacific Coast are creating worry of a big Earthquake in the Northwest.
This somewhat older article (2006?) has a map showing an increase of frequency of earthquakes over a 30 year period.
While this article is blaming industry for the earthquake problems that Oklahoma is having, there is no way to avoid the data that they used to have an average of 0 to 50 quakes per year and now they are having over 3000 quakes per year. That is a massive increase!
This article is 4 years old. It’s hard to get truly current data now. But this page also has a chart showing an increase of the number of earthquakes around the world.
This article is from 1998 (sure wish there was an updated version of it but I don’t know where to find it if it exists) but some of the data goes back as far as 1875 and 1900, so it shows a very strong correlation to increasing frequency and intensity.