Terral’s Project Black Star Update Report 2018 – Newsletter 22
Seismic event indicators say Earth has passed the peak ofthe first earth-change uptick period for the 2018 Earth orbit cycle relative to the Black Star positioned in the Libra Constellation relative to the Sun.
Year-over-year weekly seismic-event values for Week 14 show two of the 7-magnitude earthquake events (2014) for the last five orbit cycles, but none in the last four years. The 2016 event values are extremely low like last week, because the nearside-alignment quake event (7.0 Vanuatu) came in Week 12 a week early. We are looking at a similar situation for 2018 with the 6.9 Hawaii Quake (May 4) where Jupiter in Libra (info) appears to be playing a key solar-system-harmonics role. The fact that Earth has seen just one of the 6-mag quake events for Week 14 for the last three years is rather remarkable and a sign that the Black Star orbital velocity has slowed relative to 2014 and 2015.
Week-over-week seismic-event values for Week 14 show no 7-magnitude earthquake events for twelve weeks in a row, which is another sign that Earth is following the 2017 seismic pattern. The 2.5 to 4-mag quake event values for the last four weeks (2206) earned red values being far higher than anything we have seen since the investigation started in January 2011 for any 4-week period. Earth saw three of the 6-magnitude quake events Week 11 (including 6.9 Hawaii), which combined with 644 of the 2.5 to 4-mag quake events represents the high watermark of earth-change activity for determining the time of the Sun-Earth-Black Star nearside-alignment quake event. While Jupiter-Saturn influences may be the culprit in producing what appears to be an early-alignment event, my suspicion is that Week 53 for 2017 should be changed to Week 01 of the 2018 Earth orbit cycle due to slowing Black Star movement in the orbit diagram-solar system.
The problem with making that adjustment is that the accumulated seismic-chart data predicts a Jolt value for Week 2 that clearly shows up for 2018. However, the seismic-chart data transitioning from 2017 to 2018 is skewed by the pattern of 7-magnitude earthquake events associated with deep-magma-plume activity that continued, as Earth was moving through this critical period to begin the 2018 Earth orbit cycle relative to the Black Star. That said, Black Star slowing leftward movement of less than seven degrees in the solar system requires us to include only 52 weeks for at least one of the charted years for 2017 or 2018 and that charting adjustment has not been made, which means the 6.9 Hawaii Quake likely struck in Week 12 of the 2018 orbit cycle rather than in Week 11.
Again, we must pay careful attention to Earth testimony in combination with known factors established during previous Earth orbit cycles. Earth saw the predicted 8 and 9 new volcanic eruption events and in the month of May 2018, when Earth passed between the Sun and Black Star and the Black Star-Earth magnetic portal connection reached the minimum length that increased Black Star electromagnetic potential. While more seismic data and analysis are required for drawing conclusions, the evidence says that Earth has passed the Black Star in natural orbit around the Sun with fewer new volcanic eruption and seismic events saying that the earth-change lull period has already started. Earth will move through the next key-marker position in August 2018, when global seismic-volcanic-event values should reach a minimum. We identify that key week to then count the weeks backwards for identifying the center point, which should identify Hawaii as the anticipated Sun-Earth-Black Star nearside-alignment quake event (N) for the 2018 Earth orbit cycle. However, if the combination of Sun-Black Star-Jupiter-Saturn-Earth proximity is responsible for generating the early 6.9 Hawaii event, then the math in locating the mentioned center-point position will shift higher than Week 11 and likely to Week 13 that was projected all along. Therefore, my feeling is that the investigation is best served by leaving the current seismic-chart data intact, while acknowledging that future data may require an adjustment.
We are looking 2.5+ magnitude earthquake events for the last 7 days, which no longer reveal a seismic pattern associated with deep magma plume activity (article and map) from Earth mantle transition zone(Wiki) at the 10-kilometer depth. Only two-deep earthquake events have struck Earth in the last seven days like last week on the Fiji-side of the Indonesia-Fiji Seismic-Volcanic Origination Zone, which is another sign that Earth has already passed the Black Star in natural orbit around the Sun. This is more evidence that the first earth-change lull period for the 2018 Earth orbit cycle is well underway. The tall stack of flags marking the Hawaii Quake Swarm Area is responsible for the high number of 2.5 to 4-magnitude earthquake events and the reason for the red chart values for the last month.
Like last week, deep earthquake activity on the Indonesia-side of the Indonesia-Fiji Seismic-Volcanic Origination Zone, and Buoyancy-Barrier Corridor 1 has disappeared completely. The seismic hotspot is located north of Madagascar that has seen twenty-three quakes (like this one) in the last two weeks. We are looking at more evidence that Earth has already moved through the peak of the first earth-change uptick period for the 2018 Earth orbit cycle relative to the Black Star in the Libra Constellation. Earth is now heading towards the 90-degree position relative to the Sun and Black Star, which should come in the middle of August 2018. If the earth-change low watermark comes later than projected, then we could be looking at evidence of Jupiter’s solar-system-harmonics influences causing the nearside-alignment quake event to show up early in the seismic chart. Black Star-Saturn-Jupiter-combined influences may be throwing us an electromagnetic curveball and throwing us off the track for identifying a May 20, 2019 Black Star-Earth Crossing Event that would include a Black Star-magnetically-induced geological pole shift. However, if May 4, 2018 is the true Sun-Earth-Black Star alignment date “and” the May 20th Black Star-Earth Convergence Date is also true, then the Russians might be right and we could be looking at a 2020 or even a 2021 “event” (link). The bottom line here is that survivalists-preppers should be preparing for a “May Event” each year, while listening to the Earth for earth-pang testimony along with the global political-geopolitical-economic environment.
The forecast is to see a decrease in global seismic activity between now and the middle of August 2018 with peaks and valleys showing up along the way. Kilauea is expected to have decreased seismic and volcanic activity now that Earth has moved beyond the alignment, but we must realize that the Black Star-Earth magnetic portal connection remains extremely short from Black Star-Earth near proximity; which means the potential for powerful eruptions remain in the cards for now (today’s Update and latest News). The combined seismic data says Earth has passed the Black Star and the May 20th Black Star-Earth Convergence Date with the next potential global Black Star-related threat coming in May 2019. The 600-mile differential-distance between the two-primary deep magma-plume formations along the US West Coast has already grown with Earth core expected to cool between now and August 2018. The projection is for the 600-mile differential value to be tested again, as the Earth passes behind the Sun relative to the Black Star in November 2018, when Jupiter and Saturn will play key solar-system harmonics roles with the Black Star positioned nearby in the Libra Constellation relative to the Sun.
Earth saw just four new volcanic eruption events in the last seven days with one new eruption in the Indonesia-Fiji Seismic Volcanic Origination Zone (Central Java). The Kilauea predictions of continued volcanic activity have materialized, as the seismic-volcanic-pressure shift from Indonesia-Fiji through the Americas has intensified greatly moving through May 2018 with Earth passing between the Sun and Black Star. The Reunion Island new volcanic eruption event is related to recent seismic activity (like this one and this one) and deep magma-plume triggered part of the new global tectonic-volcanic dynamic along Buoyancy-barrier Corridor 4. Deep magma plume pressures currently under Kamchatka, along Corridor 1, are expected to retreat south through Japan and the Philippines to Indonesia between now and August 2018.
The Earth is testifying about Black Star-Earth near proximity in early May 2018 with the weekly number of new-volcanic-eruption events now on the decline from eight and nine down to five with four last week now four again for this week. The predictive modeling from accumulated data forecasting a Sun-Earth-Black Star nearside-alignment quake event on May 15, 2018 proved inaccurate, because the Sun-Earth-Black Star nearside alignment came with the 6.9 Hawaii Quake earlier in the timeline than expected. Again, Jupiter’s solar-system-harmonic influences from the Libra Constellation could have caused this event to strike early, which means the Black Star can be farther left in the orbit diagram/solar system than indicated by the data and accumulated evidence in this case. We continue monitoring the earth-changes for evidence of decreasing global seismic-volcanic activity, which right now says the Earth already passed the Black Star in natural orbit around the Sun. The probabilities right now say the 6.9 Hawaii Quake (USGS) from May 4, 2018 is our Sun-Earth-Black Star nearside-alignment quake event, but again, my suspicion is that the Black Star is actually farther left nearer the center of the Libra Constellation relative to the Sun. Remember that we are dealing with a gravitational-magnetic anomaly having a unique magnetic-repulsion relationship with our Sun (article) and the inherent ability to fool most anyone.
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