Terral’s Project Black Star Update Report 2017 – Issue 49
Seismic event indicators say Earth has reached 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 show the lowest values for the 5-mag, 2.5 to 4-mag and global earthquake total seen for the last four years. The 2.5 to 4-magnitude earthquake weekly-event number is already trying to reach the sub-200 value with the 5-magnitude quake number dropping close to the sub-20 number that generally takes place near the end of the earth-change lull periods. Again, the year-over-year weekly seismic event values show that Earth is following the 2016 pattern, 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 drop in global earthquake activity, as our planet has passed the peak of the recent earth-change uptick period with global earthquake values decreasing across the board except for the 6-magnitude earthquake events that remained the same with four events. Earth has seen six of the deep earthquake events in Earth mantle transition zone (Wiki) over the last seven days with two along Buoyancy-barrier corridor #1 in Japan (USGS and USGS) and four on the Fiji side (USGS, USGS). My research into discovering the seismic-event triggers for producing these deep earthquake events led me here (Sciencealert.com) where followers of the Project Black Star Investigation can obtain more information if interested. The leading explanation for me today is that the inbound Black Star and solar system harmonics are playing key roles, but at least we have the opportunity to recognize a pattern within the deliberations of global geologists making attempts to quantify and explain the related phenomena… …
The overall global seismic pattern indicates that the US/Canada West Coast has dodged the linchpin-quake-event bullet once again with decreasing probability that the Big One will come, during the 2017 Earth orbit cycle. The next opportunity for a catastrophic earthquake event along the US/Canada West Coast will come in May 2018, when Earth core temperatures reach a maximum and the Deep Magma Plume Formation Terminal Ends will again converge to test the 1350-mile distance identified in last week’s update report using the GoogleEarth diagram (dropbox link). Again, 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 with the update report in 2016 Newsletter 42.
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