Terral’s Project Black Star Update Report 2018 – Newsletter 6
Beginning in the left corner above, the 5.3 Japan Quake (USGS) struck at the 465-kilometer depth (similar event: 5.7 Russia USGS), but apparently with insufficient deep-magma-wave action to trigger earthquake events in the Cascadia Basin, along Buoyancy-Barrier Corridor 1. Notice that the dead-seismic areas in Cascadia and off the Mexico West Coast are growing larger, as Earth core cools for seismic-volcanic pressures to retreat back to the Indonesia-Fiji Seismic-Volcanic Origination Zone. Four deep earthquake events on the Fiji-side of the Seismic-Volcanic Origination Zone appears to be having a smaller impact on the deep magma-plume formation (article and diagram), now that Earth is moving near the end of the 2017 Earth orbit cycle relative to the Black Star.
Seismic activity is decreasing along Buoyancy-Barrier Corridors 3 and 4 with pressure-arrows pointing back to the Indonesia-Fiji Seismic-Volcanic Origination Zone, which is the case for Corridors 1 and 2. The forecasts is for a steady reduction in earth-change activity across the board, until the 2018 Earth orbit cycle relative to the Black Star begins here in about two weeks.
Anyone making telescope observations of the Black Star should be looking in the region of space around 51 Ophiuchi (Wiki), which is the just below the ecliptic plane in the Ophiuchus Constellation. While the Black Star is positioned on the left side of the Libra Constellation relative to the Sun, remember that Earth is moving 66,000 miles per hour around the Sun; which changes Black Star position in the ecliptic constellations relative to our perspective on Earth. Draw a line from Earth to the star circled above Saturn to realize the Black Star is where the tip of the large arrow ends coming from Mars (pointing left). Earth will share the same view of the Black Star with the Sun (if we could see the thing) only at the nearside and backside alignments in May and November. If we were moving through the month of August, then we would be looking back at the Black Star where Virgo would be the background constellation from Earth perspective. See my article entitled, “Mark Searches Solar System For The Black Star” for more information.
Earth saw five new volcanic eruption events in the last seven days with two events taking place in the Indonesia/Fiji Seismic-Volcanic Origination Zone nearer to the Indonesia side (Papua New Guinea, Siau Island) for the fourth week on a row. The Philippines new volcanic eruption events took place in the Watch Area shifting back and forth from Kamchatka/Japan along Buoyancy-Barrier Corridor #1, where volcanism pressures are passing through in route to Indonesia; which is the same pattern we have seen for more than a month now. We see a new volcanic eruption event in El Salvador for the fourth week in a row, located where one of the big 7’s struck in Honduras; and positioned along Buoyancy-barrier Corridor #2 where the deep magma plume terminal end is positioned near the Mexico West Coast. The number of Origination Zone deep-earthquake events has remained moderate, moving through the current earth-change lull period, to produce a new round of seismic and volcanic activity that appears to be waning as we speak. The forecast is to see earth-change activity decrease to reach a minimum in the third week of February. While Dutchsinse and Mary Greeley have been busy making lengthy earthquake update reports, the historical data says we will see a dramatic decrease in activity nearing the end of February.
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