Terral’s Project Black Star Update Report 2018 – Newsletter 11
Seismic event indicators say Earth is at the beginning of the first earth-change uptick period for the 2018 Earth orbit cycle relative to the Black Star positioned on the right side of the Scorpio Constellation relative to the Sun.
Year-over-year weekly seismic-event values for Week 03 show no 7-magnitude earthquake events for the last five years. Three 6-magnitude earthquake events for Week 03 equals the four-year event total for the last four years combined (3) providing evidence to support the conclusion that the Earth is seeing more seismic activity to begin the 2018 orbit cycle than any year since the Project Black Star investigation started in January 2011. Forty-five of the 5-magnitude earthquake events for Week 03 is more than 20 events above the year-over-year average (24.25), which the evidence says is related to deep-magma-plume activity that is taking over the global tectonic-volcanic dynamic. Three hundred and twelve of the 2.5 to 4-magnitude earthquake events is almost seventy events higher than the year-over-year average (243). Earth is showing signs of difficulty maintaining equilibrium from the dramatic release of tectonic pressures coming with five 7-magnitude earthquake events in an 8-week period (Week 42 of 2017 to Week 02 of 2018), which is the precise seismic pattern we saw for the previous orbit cycle (Week 44 – 51 of 2016). The difference is that the string of 7-magnitude earthquake events struck about 30 days later, nearing the end of the 2017 Earth orbit cycle, for the final big event (7.5 Papua) to strike in Week 2 of the 2018 orbit cycle to produce this high-number of earthquake events across the board.
Week-over-week seismic-event values show a decrease in global earthquake activity across the board verifying again that Week 01 represents the low-water mark of global seismic activity to begin the 2018 orbit cycle, as our planet reached the 90-degree angle relative to the Sun and Black Star. Week 02 shows the “J” (Jolt) value where Earth typically receives an electromagnetic jolt caused by the Black Star-Earth magnetic portal connection shortening rapidly, which is typical beginning each orbit cycle; when Earth turns in natural orbit around the Sun to begin heading towards the Black Star.
The large arrow shows seismic-volcanic pressures shifting from the Fiji-side of the Seismic-Volcanic Origination Zone to South America and north to the Mexico West Coast, along buoyancy-barrier corridor 2. Note that the circled Mexico quake event (10-kilometer depth) is located south of the key-regional quake position from last week (4.3 Mexico Quake USGS) in the Gulf of California, which in my view was triggered by the 5.4 Bolivia Quake (USGS) striking 526 kilometers below the surface. Four deep earthquake events on the Fiji-side of Origination Zone were sufficient for generating a series of these 5-magnitude quake events circled above, but insufficient for pushing the formation terminal end closer to the United States. While the Alaska Quake Swarm Area shows signs of increase seismic activity, the Yellowstone Swarm Area has disappeared completely with no quake events striking in the Cascadia Basin over the last seven days.
Seismic activity along Buoyancy-barrier Corridor 3 (Indonesia across Nepal and through Gibraltar) has retreated from Gibraltar to Italy where a 4.4-magnitude earthquake event struck 354.2 kilometers below the surface. Do not be surprised to see a new volcanic eruption event between Italy and France from magma displacement generated by this deep quake event, even if this deep quake struck just above Earth mantle transition zone (410 to 660 kilometers below the surface, Wiki). Generally, we see one to two earthquake events per week between Nepal/India and Gibraltar moving towards the end of any earth-change lull period. That weekly value then climbs to three or more events nearing the peak of the earth change uptick periods like the one coming in the middle of May 2018. Note all the 5-magnitude earthquake events strung long buoyancy-barrier corridor 4 to realize these events, at the 10-kilometer depth, were triggered by deep magma plume activity spreading from the Pacific Ocean-Ring of Fire to become more of a global phenomenon. BTW, reports of a big solar storm striking Earth on March 14/15, 2018 are greatly overstated (News link).
Earth saw three new volcanic eruption events in the last seven days with the Granada event (Smithsonian link) being the first new event seen in the Caribbean Islands for a long time (Montserrat has been erupting since 1995). The Japan new volcanic eruption event, like the two-last week, took place in the Watch Area shifting back and forth from Kamchatka/Japan along Buoyancy-Barrier Corridor #1, where volcanism pressures are shifting from Indonesia heading north towards Kamchatka and the Aleutians. The Costa Rica new volcanic eruption event took place along buoyancy-barrier corridor 2 where deep magma-plume activity is triggering many 5-mag quake events throughout the region. The forecast is to see earth-change activity increase to reach a maximum in the middle of May with seismic-volcanic bounces-lulls along the way. Typically, we see Earth receive an electromagnetic Jolt in Week 02 and then again in Week 05 for a mini-lull period to follow allowing seismic-volcanic pressures to build again for release at the Sun-Earth-Black Star nearside alignment coming this year in the middle of May 2018.
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