Terral’s Project Black Star Update Report 2017 – Issue 48
Seismic event indicators say Earth has reached the peak of the second and final earth change uptick period for the 2017 Earth orbit cycle relative to the Black Star positioned in the Libra Constellation.
Year-over-year weekly seismic event values show the 7.0 New Caledonia Quake (USGS) that struck on Sunday November 19, 2017 to begin Week 41 was our projected Earth/Sun/Black Star backside-alignment quake event (B) coming right on schedule. Week 41 has produced a 7-magnitude earthquake event three of the last four years much like we saw last week for Week 40, which is typical due to the fact that Earth is passing behind the Sun relative to the Black Star moving through these key weeks in the Earth orbit cycle relative to the Black Star positioned in the Libra Constellation where solar system harmonics plays an important role. The year-over-year weekly seismic event pattern show that Earth is following the 2016 pattern very closely, but with fewer of the 2.5 to 4 and 5-magnitude earthquake events; because Earth is seeing fewer of the deep earthquake events in Earth mantle transition zone on both sides of the Indonesia/Fiji Seismic/Volcanic Origination Zone.
Week-over-week seismic-event values show a well-defined uptick at the peak of the current earth change uptick period with global earthquake values increasing across the board except for the 5-magnitude
earthquake events that dropped from forty-two events last week to twenty-seven. Earth has seen just three of the deep earthquake events in Earth mantle transition zone over the last seven days with one on the Indonesia side (USGS) and two on the Fiji side (USGS, USGS). The notable earthquake event for this week struck farther south in the Cascadia Basin (USGS) than what we saw last week and very close to the location where I expect to see the linchpin quake event that changes everything for the US/Canada West Coast later in the timeline. The second key earthquake event struck well inside the Gulf of California (USGS) north of where we have seen previous earthquake events, which suggests to me that the deep magma plume terminal end has shifted north.
Those unfamiliar with the Deep Magma Plume Formation (article) and convergence of the primary-formation terminal ends, expected to collide along the US West Coast can get more information in Terral’s 2016 Newsletter 28 (link) with the update report in 2016 Newsletter 42 (link). The likely scenario producing “The Really Big One” (New Yorker article) and the reasons for the Cascadia Rising (info) and Jade Helm 15 Exercises (info) are all connected to the convergence of these primary deep magma plume formation terminal ends colliding to break the Buoyancy barriers, which sends glassy-type magma to the surface (see diagram) causing massive crustal displacement of Biblical proportions. We are wise to continue monitoring the distances between these key earthquake events for signs that the current 1350-mile gap is closing, which represents our ticking clock that the coming Bomb is going to explode along the US West Coast.
Black Star Event Timeline
In case anyone missed last week’s update report from Thanksgiving Day, the New Caledonia Earthquake Event has been added to the Black Star Event Timeline posted at http://terral03.com. Again, this key earthquake event provides evidence that the “Next Event” projected for May 15, 2018 has a high-degree of probability, when Earth is expected to pass between the Sun and Black Star. That said, multiple researchers have concluded that the Black Star/Earth Crossing Event will take place between May 18th and May 22nd of 2018 to send me warnings that the May 20, 2019 ‘Projected’ Event is wrong. For me, and the current Project Black Star Investigation, there is perfect symmetry in the seismic chart before and after April 25, 2015 (7.8 Nepal) with the Black Star making 12-degree moves left in the orbit diagram/solar system before that pivotal date and smaller-incremental moves for 2016-2019. The data seems to support my May 20, 2019 event-date conclusion, but Jupiter could possibly be causing false readings for recent nearside-alignment
earthquake events to make them come too early; much like we saw the backside-alignment quake events coming late, when Jupiter was moving on the backside of the Sun relative to the Black Star earlier in the Black Star Event Timeline.
Earth saw just three deep earthquake events in Earth mantle transition zone (info) for Week 41 with two striking on the Fiji side of the Indonesia/Fiji Seismic/Volcanic Origination Zone and one in Indonesia. Get more information on deep magma plume explanations from this LiveScience.com article (here) and the article entitled “7 Ways the Earth Changes in the Blink of an Eye” (here). Our primary earth-change Watch Area has shifted back to the Americas, including the northern regions of South America, Central America up through Mexico. However, a shortage of deep Origination Zone earthquake events will shorten the duration of peak-global earthquake activity shifting gears from what we saw for 2016. The prediction that we will see more of the 7-magnitude earthquake events from the middle of November through December than the rest of the 2017 Earth orbit cycle will be realized with just one additional big quake event, as we have already seen two moving through this period and Earth saw only two for the entire 2017 Earth orbit cycle between February and November 1st. Remember that Earth should see 15 to 18 of these large-mag quake events every year, or one big quake event every 22 days on average; which means our planet is way behind the yearly average.
Earth saw just two new volcanic eruption events in the last seven days with only one event taking place in the Indonesia/Fiji Seismic-Volcanic Origination Zone on the Indonesia side. The Andreanof Island volcanic eruption event took place in the Watch Area shifting north along Buoyancy-Barrier Corridor #1 extending from Indonesia-Fiji up through the Philippines, Japan, Kamchatka, the Aleutians and Alaska. An increased number of deep earthquake events in Earth mantle transition zone would have seen this new volcanic eruption event come earlier in the timeline with more new eruptions to the east into Alaska, but the Indonesia side of the Seismic-Volcanic Origination Zone has shown little or no activity for such a duration that the earth-change activity slowed to a crawl moving through the recent earth change uptick period. The likely scenario, considering reduced deep earthquake activity in Indonesia, is to see a regression of new volcanic eruption activity shifting back through Kamchatka, Japan and the Philippines between now and the end of February 2018. That said, Earth can easily see an increase in activity should the number of deep earthquake events in Earth mantle transition zone climb higher in the coming week.
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