Terral’s Project Black Star Update Report 2017 – Volume 19
Seismic, volcanic and magnetic North Pole migration indicators say that Earth is moving towards the peak of the first earth change uptick period of the 2017 Earth orbit cycle relative to the Black Star positioned in the Libra Constellation between Jupiter and Saturn relative to the Sun near Mars orbit path.
Year-over-year weekly seismic event values show the highest number of the 2.5 to 4-magnitude earthquake events for Week 12 than we have seen for the last four years with the 5-mag quake events near the highwater mark from 2014. Many are speculating that one of the recent big 6-mag quake events from this week might be our nearside-alignment quake event, but daily monitoring of Earth magnetosphere has not revealed indications of the anticipated magnetopause reversal event that should come four or five days before Earth passes between the Sun and Black Star.
We could see all the weekly 6-magnitude quake events since Week 46 of the 2016 Earth orbit cycle turn red, as this is the first time that nineteen weeks have passed showing fewer than three of these events that has not happened since the investigation started in January 2011. Remember that last year’s nearside-alignment quake event took place on April 28, 2016 with the 7.0 Vanuatu Quake Event revealing a pattern of smaller-magnitude earthquake events, which means that the 2017 anticipated earthquake could very well be a 6.8 or 6.9 quake event. The data suggests that Earth core is expanding and particularly the region of the Earth mantle transition zone that has separated the tectonic plates at the surface, which means tectonic pressures are released before higher-magnitude quake events become part of the likely scenario. One exception to this seismic pattern is found in the Cascadia Subduction Zone where the ‘Big One’ is becoming more likely and especially with the tectonic/volcanic pressures shifting from Kamchatka through the Aleutians into Alaska as we speak.
Many seismic anomalies are present in the data that include no earthquake 2.5+ mag events reported by the USGS for Europe over the last seven days. Typically, we see a tall stack of event flags at the Oklahoma quake swarm area and the Jamaica quake swarm area, but the USGS reports that each of these areas had just over a half dozen quake events that is highly unusual and especially so close to the peak of the earth change uptick period. Generally we see about a half dozen quake events in Earth mantle transition zone (410 to 660 kilometers) over each seven-day period, but this week there is only one (USGS) near Fiji that is also highly unusual so near the peak of the current earth change uptick period in Week 12.
Name Location Activity
Aira Kyushu (Japan) New
Fuego Guatemala New
Manam Papua New Guinea New
Poas Costa Rica New
Earth saw only four new volcanic eruption events the week on the low end of the scale that is half the number of new volcanic eruption events that we saw last year for Week 12. The seismic and volcanic indicators both say that the Earth is still trailing the Black Star in natural orbit around the Sun with the anticipated nearside-alignment quake event coming at any time with only three days remaining for Week 13 that ends this Saturday at midnight going into Sunday morning. The Earth seismic/volcanic dynamic appears to be shifting away from established previous-year patterns hampering my ability to construct predictive models for predicting what comes next, but this is precisely what happens with nearing Black Star/Earth proximity that eventually turns all the weekly seismic values red giving us a head’s up that the Black Star is indeed near.
The Earth magnetic North Pole appears to be trailing the 2016 position, by about 8 degrees speeding up and attempting to close in on the 3-degree differential expected to support the primary Binary Star Magnetic Repulsion Model pointing to a Black Star/Earth crossing event on May 20, 2018. The combined seismic/volcanic and magnetic North Pole migration data seems to indicate that fewer 6-mag quake events and lower-than-expected new volcanic eruption events are caused by Black Star/Jupiter near proximity that reduces the amount of solar redirected solar electromagnetism being injected into our planet generating these lower weekly event values.
My expectation in view of all the related earth change evidence in combination with the global geopolitical environment is that the primary Binary Star Magnetic Repulsion Model is correct and we will see a 2018 Earth orbit cycle in the cards moving forward. That said, we are still not out of the woods for 2017 where a Black Star/magnetically-induced geological pole shift is still possible and we are wise to pay careful attention to the earth changes in anticipation of seeing another magnetopause reversal (ISWA) sooner rather than later in the timeline. While the larger-magnitude earthquake events are coming here in May as predicted, we may have to use hindsight looking back from June or even July for indications of when Earth passed between the two stars for the 2017 Earth orbit cycle. The series of patterns were clearer for 2016 with many question marks remaining for this orbit cycle.
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