Terral’s Project Black Star Update Report 2018 – Issue 01
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 46 are below average across the board with no 6-magnitude earthquake events for the first time in the last four years, which was the case last week for Week 45. The 5-magnitude earthquake weekly-event number is already near the sub-20 value that generally takes place near the end of the earth-change lull periods. The 2.5 to 4-magnitude earthquake event value (240) shows the expected bounce from the 206 quake events from Week 45, which is normal from nearing the sub-200 so early in the current earth-change lull period. That said, 240 of the 2.5 to 4-mag quake events is still about 22 events below the year-over-year average for the last three years.
Week-over-week seismic-event values show minimal global earthquake activity across the board except for the 2.5 to 4-magnitude quake events that had to bounce, after falling for the last two weeks. Week 46 for the 2017 Earth orbit cycle relative to the Black Star shows none of the 6-magnitude earthquake events for the second time since Week 31 moving through September. This marks only the second time Earth has seen no 6-mag quake events for two weeks in a row for the 2017 Earth orbit cycle matching Weeks 24 and 25 moving towards outside-orbit position (O in chart). Again, global seismic activity and will continue the 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 orbit around the Sun, which causes the Black Star/Earth magnetic portal connection to lengthen and reduce the percentage of active internal conduits switchingover to passive state thus lowering Black Star electromagnetic potential.
Four deep earthquake events have struck in Earth mantle transition zone(Wiki) over the last seven days with all four on theFiji sideof the Seismic/Volcanic Origination Zone, which sends deep magma-plume-wave energy across the South Pacific towards Chile. The two quake events circled near Antarctica were triggered by rising-deep magma-plume horn formations displacing magma near the surface for the quakes seemingly appear out of nowhere. The Notable Quake Event for this week struck off the California West Coast(USGS), which in my mind represents an ominous sign of what is coming later in the timeline. The good news is that none of the 5-mag quake events, at the 10-kilometer depth, struck off the Mexico West Coast providing more evidence that the magma-plume formation terminal end (#2) is retreating south. This scenario reduces the changes of seeing the Really Big One moving through the current earth-change lull period.
The Notable 5-mag (+/-) Quake Event struck just over 650 miles from the California West Coast along the Mendocino Fracture Zone west of the Cascadia Basin. The Untitled Placemark identifies the quake event inside the Cascadia Basin from this recent diagram(here), when Earth was near the peak of the recent earth-change uptick period. Whilethere is insufficient evidence for drawing definitive conclusions, we are wise to keep an eye on this region for signs that the deep magma plume formation terminal end has shifted farther south than we realize. The forecastis 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 current earth-change lull period.
Seismic activity shows an uptick along Buoyancy-Barrier Corridor #3 extending from Indonesia, Nepal, the Middle East and Southern Europe showing an average quake-event depth of 10 kilometers. Seismic activity along the Mid-Atlantic Ridge is expected to diminish moving through this lull period and especially if the number of deep Origination Zone earthquake events remains on the low side. Seismic activity along Buoyancy-Barrier Corridor #4 is minimal at best and expected to become nonexistent moving through late January into February 2018. Remember that the 2017 Earth orbit cycle will continue into February 2018 to begin the next orbit cycle relative to the Black Star in the Libra Constellation.
Earth saw four 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 four weeks running. The Central Kamchatka volcanic eruption event 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 three to four weeks. The new volcanic eruption event in Guatemala continues the trend from last four weeks, as deep magma-plume energy continues reverberating throughout the deep magma-plume formation network. Just like last week, 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 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.
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