Terral’s Project Black Star Update Report 2018 – Newsletter 3
Seismic event indicators say Earth is moving through the second and final earth-change lull period for the 2017 Earth orbit cycle relative to the Black Star positioned in the Libra Constellation.
Year-over-year weekly seismic-event values for Week 48 show the first 7-magnitude earthquake event in the last four years, but we should realize that the 2016 orbit cycle saw a 7-mag quake event for Week 47 and 49. The lonely 6-magnitude earthquake event, reported for the Week 48 reporting period, struck in Burma (USGS); which is the first 6-mag quake to strike in the last four weeks. Thirty of the5-mag quake events for Week 48 hit the yearly average with 221 of the 2.5 to 4-mag quake events being just a bit above the yearly average for the last four years.
Week-over-week seismic-event values show a bounce in global earthquake activity across the board except for the 2.5 to 4-magnitude quake events that has dropped for the last two weeks from the 240-high-water mark. The big 7-mag quake events, predicted to strike moving through the current earth-change lull period, finally struck with the 7.6 Honduras Quake(USGS) and the 7.1 Peru Quake(USGS) providing evidence that Earth is following the 2016 orbit cycle seismic pattern rather closely. The prediction that the 20-event mark would be the threshold for the 5-magnitude quake events came true with 30 of these moderate-sized quake events reported for Week 48, after dropping to 20 events last week. We should expect the number of 2.5 to 4-mag quake events to settle near the 200-event threshold, before bouncing again; until nearing the third week in February where the possibility exists for a pair of sub-200 event values. That marks the time when Earth reaches the 90-degree-angle point relative to the Sun and Black Star to see minimum global seismic activity, which begins the 2018 Earth orbit cycle relative to the Black Star positioned on the left side of the Libra Constellation.
The Untitled Placemark in the Gulf of California marks the northern-most position of 5-magnitude earthquake activity at the 10-kilometer depth, when we identified the distance differential to be 1349 miles(diagram) at the Earth/Sun/Black Star backside alignment moving through November 2017. Right now, the distance between the deep magma plume rising horn formations along buoyancy-barrier corridor #1 (in the Cascadia Basin) and corridor #2 (southern Mexico coast) is 2368 miles, or about 1000 miles greater than we saw at the nearest point for the 2017 Earth orbit cycle. While there is insufficient evidence for drawing definitive conclusions, we are wise to keep an eye on the Cascadia Basin region for signs that the deep magma plume formation terminal end has shifted farther south than we realize. The forecast is for continued consolidation of the deep magma plume formation circling the Pacific Ocean-Ring of Fire and for growing distances between these key earthquake events moving through the current earth-change lull period. However, we should realize that an increased number of deep earthquake events in the Seismic-Volcanic Origination Zone can see these distances closing once again.
Seismic activity shows an uptick along Buoyancy-Barrier Corridor #3 extending from Indonesia, Nepal, the Middle East and Southern Europe through Gibraltar with many events at the 10-kilometers depth. Seismic activity is tryingto return along the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, because of the increased number of deep Origination Zone earthquake events. Seismic activity along Buoyancy-Barrier Corridor #4 is also trying to return, but is expected to disappear completely moving through February 2018. The lesson from this week’s seismic data is that an increased number of deep Indonesia/Fiji earthquake events produces increased seismic activity around the globe where deep magma plume rising-horn formations have become the new trigger.
Earth saw four new volcanic eruption events in the last seven days with only one event taking place in the Indonesia/Fiji Seismic-Volcanic Origination Zone nearer to the Indonesia side (Papua New Guinea). This deep earthquake event(here) west of that location is the deepest we have seen in some time coming in at 667 kilometers below the surface, or just below Earth mantle transition zone. The Philippines volcanic eruption event took place in the Watch Area shifting south from Kamchatka along Buoyancy-Barrier Corridor #1, where volcanism pressures are passing through in route to Indonesia; which is the same pattern we have seenfor the last month or so. The new volcanic eruption event in El Salvador is next door to Honduras, where one of the big 7’s struck, and positioned along Buoyancy-barrier Corridor #2 where the deep magma plume terminal end is retreating south from Mexico. We are already seeing new volcanic eruption activity in Chile in the Watch Area where the modeling predicts another 7-magnitude earthquake event along the Chile/Argentine border. The number of Origination Zone deep-earthquake events has increased to produce a new round of seismic and volcanic activity. Even so, the forecast is to see earth-change activity decrease to reach a minimum in the third week of February with a few bounces along the way.
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