On the 14th of November 2016, the moon is both full, and is on its closest approach to Earth, causing its largest appearance size until 2033. Citation This large appearance gives it the 'super-moon' name.
On the 13th of November 2016, New Zealand suffered a major earthquake, with a magnitude of 7.8, as well as an accompanying tsunami. BBC Link about Earthquake
Currently, a post is going around on Facebook, with someone predicting this earthquake, claiming that the supermoon is the cause of this, due to an increased gravitational pull from the moon.
It is known that the moon's gravitational pull does have an affect on the earth, as seen by tidal behaviour, but is this pull enough to cause an earthquake and tsunami, or is this behaviour purely coincidental?
Heads Up: On 14th November and a couple of days either side of that date, watch for a major earthquake, and quite possible in South Pacific area. The reason for this is that 14th of Nov will be a "super moon" largest for this century (ie. moon closest to Earth on this date than it has been for a long time). This means it will be a period of increased gravitational pull from the moon. There was a recent large earthquake in Italy and as when one plate shifts it places stress on other plates, the chances of a big quake are higher for something down this end of the globe. Also geo-engineering is more likely to have success during this time and can be targeted on a specific area.
This is just a possibility, but be alert, that is all I am saying. Always be prepared with water supplies and even food supplies as is possible. Rice is a good food supply item because it lasts a long time and will keep people fed....and is relatively cheap.
It can be bought in 5 or 10kg bags from a supermarket for usually $10 to $20. Stay safe.