Terral’s Project Black Star Update Report 2017 – Issue 52
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 45 are below average across the board with no 7-magnitude earthquake events for the first time in the last four years, which was the case last week for Week 44. The 5-magnitude earthquake weekly-event number already near the sub-20 value that generally takes place near the end of the earth-change lull periods. This combined with the 2.5 to 4-magnitude earthquake events nearing the sub-200 (206) threshold means that we should anticipate a seismic bounce in global earthquake activity for the coming weeks.
Week-over-week seismic-event values show reduced global earthquake activity across the board except for the 5-magnitude column showing three additional earthquake events. Week 45 for the 2017 Earth orbit cycle relative to the Black Star shows none of the 6-magnitude earthquake events for the first time since Week 31 moving through September. Global seismic activity reached a peak transitioning from Week 40 to Week 41 with the two 7-magnitude earthquake events, as our planet was passing behind the Sun relative to the Black Star. Global seismic activity and will show a downward trend through the third week of February 2018, as our planet reaches the 90-degree angle relative to the Sun and Black Star to begin the next Earth orbit
cycle. Earth is currently moving away from the Black Star in natural orbit around the Sun, which causes the Black Star/Earth magnetic portal connection to lengthen and reduce Black Star electromagnetic potential for injecting heat energy into our planet. Earth core temperature is decreasing and the deep magma plume formation in the Pacific Ocean/Ring of Fire is contracting through this phase of the current earth-change lull period.
Eight deep earthquake events have struck in Earth mantle transition zone(Wiki) over the last seven days with six on the Fiji sideof the Seismic/Volcanic Origination Zone, which sends deep magma-plume-wave energy across the South Pacific towards Chile. The Notable Quake Event striking off the Mexico WestCoast(USGS) did not shift north into the Gulf of California providing evidence that the deep quake event in Argentina(USGS) did not add sufficient energy to the deep magma plume formation for testing the 1349-mile differential seen at the peak of the recent earth-change uptick period from this recent diagram(here), at least for now. Earthquake activity at the Oklahoma Quake Swarm Area has now diminished to less than one event per day signaling that the current earth change lull period is well underway.
The evidence shows the Notable 5-mag (+/-) Quake Events are diverging away from the Seismic-Volcanic Convergence Zone indicating that the US West Coast has dodged another bullet for the 2017 Earth orbit cycle relativeto the Black Star. Again, we watched the 5-magnitude earthquake events at the 10-kilometer depth transition into the Gulf of California from the south reaching the peak of the recent earth-change uptick period. At the same time, earthquake activity shifted south from Alaska to the southern region of the Cascadia Basin creating the 1349-mile distance between key earthquake events. Earth core began cooling after the November 19, 2017 Earth/Sun/Black Star backside-alignment quake event, which was assisted by the low number of deep earthquake events in the Indonesia-Fiji Seismic-Volcanic Origination Zone. The projection 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 remainder of the current earth-change lull period.
This diagram shows peak earth-change activity for May and November 2017 and 2018, as our planet passes through the two volatile sides of the solar system relative to the Black Star, Jupiter and Saturn straddling the Libra Constellation relative to the Sun. Earth has moved beyond the Earth/Sun/Saturn alignment that came at the winter solstice, from our northern hemisphere perspective, which means the event window for seeing the large-magnitude earthquake (Dec. 18-24) has passed. Jupiter, Saturn and Venus being in near-Black Star proximity relative to the Sun, on the far side of the solar system, are apparently absorbing so much Black Star/solar-redirected electromagnetism that Earth core is cooling at a much-faster rate than we saw in 2016. If the current trend continues, then we can easily be looking at a boring earth-change lull period moving through the winter months allowing tectonic pressures to build producing a more-dramatic earth-change uptick period peaking in May 2018.
Earth saw five 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 (Bali), which was the case for last three weeks running. The Central Kamchatka volcanic eruption events took place in the Watch Area shifting west from Alaska along Buoyancy-Barrier Corridor #1, which includes the Philippines event where volcanism pressures appear to be passing through in route to Indonesia; which is the same pattern we have seen for the last two to three weeks. The new volcanic eruption event in Guatemala continues the trend from last three weeks, as deep magma-plume energy continues reverberating throughout the deep magma-plume formation network. We are seeing a reoccurring pattern of new volcanic eruption events in the same general locations, as Earth core continues cooling and the deep magma plume formation pressures are retreating to the Indonesia-Fiji Seismic-Volcanic Origination Zone. The high number of deep earthquake events appears to have sufficient energy to produce a higher number of new volcanic eruption events, along the two primary buoyancy-barrier corridors, but not enough to test the formation terminal ends expected to collide along the US West Coast later in the timeline. The big concern for me is that a lackluster earth-change lull period will put many people back to sleep causing many to underestimate Black Star-related threats later in the timeline.
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