Terral’s Project Black Star Update Report 2018 – Newsletter 13
Seismic event indicators say Earth is a month into 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.
Week-over-week seismic-event values show an increase in global earthquake activity across the board, except for the 2.5 to 4-magnitude indicator quakes falling this week to 227. The accumulating seismic data says that Week 01 represents the time our planet reached the 90-degree angle relative to the Sun and Black Star. Again, 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 coincided with the fifth and final big quake event (7.5 Papua) over the eight-week period running from Week 48 (2017 cycle) to Week 02 to begin the 2018 Earth orbit cycle relative to the Black Star. If my suspicions are correct and Earth follows last year’s seismic pattern, then we could see a long string of zeroes (0) under the “1 P” from Week 02 in the 7-mag column with the 7.5 Papua Quake representing another tectonic-volcanic reset like we saw last year (following the 7.9 Papua Quake).
Looking at the EQuake3D image below, seven deep earthquake events (like these USGS and USGS) struck on the Fiji-side of the Indonesia-Fiji Seismic Volcanic Origination Zone sending deep magma-plume energy along Buoyancy-barrier Corridor 2. Note the 5.6 Quake (USGS) that struck at the 555-kilometer depth in northern Argentina also adding deep magma-plume energy to Buoyancy-barrier Corridor 2 near the elbow-location between Fiji and the Mexico West Coast where the magma plume terminal end is projected to be positioned. However, this 3.5-mag Cascadia Quake Event (USGS circled on the second EQuake3D image below at 10-kilometer depth) feeds my suspicion that the terminal end of Corridor 2 might be farther north than realized, but we need more evidence before drawing definitive conclusions. Here is what we know so far:
This 5.6 Argentina Quake at the 555-kilometer depth is the fourth deep quake event in South America over the last 30 days following these key earthquake events (5.4 Bolivia USGS, 4.1 Argentina USGS, 4.5 Brazil USGS). Note the locations of the first 4.1 Argentina Quake to realize this recent 5.5 Argentina Quake struck in almost the same location on the globe and one hour later in the day some thirteen days later.
M 4.1 – 52km NNW of El Hoyo, Argentina: 2018-03-12 15:29:13 UTC 26.589°S 63.432°W571.0 km depth
M 5.6 – 30km NNW of El Hoyo, Argentina: 2018-03-25 14:28:34 UTC 26.770°S 63.328°W555.3 km depth
We might be gathering the evidence needed to begin explaining all the deep earthquake events on the Fiji-side of the Seismic-Volcanic Origination Zone where deep quakes are causing more deep earthquakes. My suspicion is that earthquake events in Earth mantle transition zone (Wiki) are creating a physical structure (discontinuities in this paper) that captures solar and Black Star electromagnetism like a fishnet.
My theory is that solar electromagnetism and redirected solar electromagnetism from the Black Star that would normally pass through our planet, earth metals/salts, is somehow being captured to produce a seismic hotspot that becomes the epicenter of future earthquake events. Then, the deep explosions inside Earth mantle transition zone add energy to the deep magma plume formation sending magma plume waves coursing through the buoyancy-barrier corridors to raise plume-horn formations and test the magma plume formation terminal ends. Then, an additional electromagnetic fishnet is created for capturing higher doses of solar and Black Star-injected electromagnetism triggering more deep quake events that produce an identifiable pattern like we see in Fiji (on left) and now under Argentina (on right). If the current seismic pattern continues, then we could see an increase in these deep quake events on the American side of the equation with deep-magma-plume pressures shifting north under the USA West Coast.
Here we are looking at the EQuake3D image highlighting seismic activity (2.5+) for the last seven days showing the seven deep-quake events on the Fiji side of the Seismic-Volcanic Origination Zone. Seven deep Fiji quakes added to the deep Argentina quake should be adding energy to the deep magma plume formation to produce a series of 5-mag quake events at the 10-kilometer depth within the big circle with the question mark. Where are these quakes that show up like clockwork in unison with the deep earthquake events?? Where are the 5-mag quakes that usually stretch from Fiji over to Chile? Then, with no deep-quake activity along Corridor 1 (Indonesia up through Kamchatka to Cascadia on left), why are we seeing the 3.5 Cascadia quake at the 10-kilometer depth? The seismic pattern associated with the deep magma-plume triggers have been working well for the last three years, but something is changing with the Pacific Ocean-Ring of Fire tectonic-volcanic dynamic that has yet to be understood. The tectonic-volcanic pressures are going somewhere, but not being spread throughout the deep magma plume formation network like we have seen for the last few years; which is a bit worrisome to say the least.
Earth saw six new volcanic eruption events in the last seven days with the Granada event (Smithsonian link) being the third new event seen in the Caribbean Islands for a long time (Montserrat has been erupting since 1995). Again, my suspicions are growing about connections between the deep quakes along Corridor 2, Yellowstone, the Gulf of Mexico hotspot (article), and these Granada new volcanic eruptions events that all seem connected. The two Japan new volcanic eruption events, like the two last week and two the previous 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 two deep Argentina Quakes (4.1 Argentina USGS and 5.5 Argentina USGS) did generate sufficient magma displacement to produce this new volcanic eruption event along the Chile-Argentina border(Copahue) near the elbow position of Buoyancy-barrier Corridor 2. 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. The Vanuatu and Eastern Java new volcanic eruption events took place in the Indonesia-Fiji Seismic-Volcanic Origination Zone, when can happen at any point in the Earth orbit cycle. Last week Earth had five new volcanic eruption events and this week we see six with seismic-volcanic pressures shifting from the Origination Zone to the Convergence Zone in the Americas. These weekly values can easily be between seven and nine events, when Earth is passing between the Sun and Black Star in May 2018.
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