Terral’s Project Black Star Update Report 2018 – Newsletter 40
Seismic event indicators say Earth has entered the second 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 32 show two of the 7+ magnitude earthquake events for the last five consecutive years with the 7.1 Mexico Quake (USGS) from last year and the 7.5 Indonesia Quake (USGS) that struck on Friday, September 28, 2018, just before the USGS reporting period on Saturday night at midnight UTC. This 6.1 Indonesia Quake (USGS) represents the only 6-magnitude earthquake event to strike for the seven-day reporting period, which struck at almost the same location as the 7.5 Indonesia Quake about three hours earlier on September 28th. Fourty-five of the 5-magnitude earthquake events for Week 32 is almost twice the year-over-year weekly-event average (23.75) earning a red value for being on the high side. Two hundred and eighty-one of the 2.5-to-4-magnitude earthquake events is only slightly higher than we saw last year. We should realize that Earth responded to the powerful electromagnetic Jolt more gradually moving through the 2017 Earth orbit cycle at this point in the timeline, because the deep magma plume formation had not yet connected to the mantle-plume hot spots like we saw with the Hawaii, Galapagos and Cobb mantle plume locations for 2018.
Week-over-week seismic-event values show the 7.5 Indonesia Quake representing the sixth 7+ magnitude earthquake event since Earth began receiving the powerful Black Star-induced electromagnetic Jolt in Week 26 that was predicted far in advance. Again, these six big quake events for Weeks 27-32 are counterparts to the 8.2 and 7.1 Mexico Quakes from September 2017, but with Earth responding to the powerful electromagnetic Jolt much faster than for any previous orbit cycle. We can see a clear pattern of decreased global seismic activity across the board from Week 27 through Week 31, except for the 5-magnitude earthquake events that increased from 37 last week to 45 this week.
The next important date on the Black Star Event Timeline comes at the Earth-Sun-Black Star backside alignment currently scheduled for November 20-22, 2018 (bottom line) using the August 19, 2018 pivot point(left line) provided by the 8.2 Fiji Quake timing and moving forward 93 days (1/4 orbit cycle). Current earth-change evidence and predictive modeling suggest that the 6.9 Hawaii Quake struck earlier than projected due to Jupiter’s solar-system-harmonics influences. We must gather more evidence moving through the four-key orbit-marker positions (backside alignment, outside-orbit position in February, etc..) to know more about what is coming for May 2019, when Jupiter will be 30-degrees farther left in the orbit diagram than in May 2018.
A look at the 2.5+ magnitude earthquake events for the last 7 days reveals the seismic pattern associated with deep magma plume activity (article and map) from Earth mantle transition zone (Wiki) at the 10-kilometer depth in the South Pacific Ocean (lower left), north through the Cascadia Basin into Northern Alaska (top/center), and east across the northern regions of South America, the Caribbean and the Atlantic Ocean (center/right). Earth saw four deep earthquake events in Earth mantle transition zone with all striking on the Fiji side of the Indonesia-Fiji Seismic-Volcanic Origination Zone. Deep Fiji earthquake activity (left) is sending magma-wave energy east towards South America identified by the seismic pattern of 5-mag Quakes at the 10-Kilometer depth along Buoyancy-Barrier Corridor 2 illustrated by the large arrow. There appears to be just one magma-triggered earthquake event in Cascadia (3.2 @ 10-k depth) that struck on July 28th southwest of Portland, Oregon amid reduced deep earthquake activity for the last week. Seismic activity has returned to the Oklahoma-Kansas Quake Swarm Area with two events of 2.5-magnitude or greater every day for the seven-day reporting period. Combine all the deep quake energy since August 19, 2018 to the deep-magma-plume equation and most of that energy is going into magma-plume expansion that is growing out of control around the globe.
Deep earthquake activity along Buoyancy-Barrier Corridor 1 has diminished to nothing, but deep magma-plume energy along Corridor 3 is pushing west from Nepal through the Middle East, Europe and the Gibraltar region. Sufficient magma-wave action is shifting throughout the expanding Deep Magma Plume Formation to trigger these quakes at the 10-kilometer depth even with fewer of the deep quake events striking under Fiji. Deep-Magma-Plume-Formation Expansion from Corridor 2 that has pushed from the Pacific Ocean under South America and into the Atlantic Ocean part of the new global-tectonic-volcanic dynamic. Then, we see the new line of 5-magnitude earthquake events pushing from Indonesia-Fiji towards Africa (bottom large arrow) that appears to be in the Convergence-Zone cross hairs where seismic-volcanic activity is expected to increase moving forward.
Many thanks to Randy for working to provide us with a series of illustrations to help me better explain how the Deep Magma Plume Formation has made the Mantle Plume connections part of the new Global Tectonic-Volcanic Dynamic. The Deep Magma Plume Formation (article and map) that originated in the Indonesia-Fiji Region has grown dramatically since making the Mantle Plume Connections beginning with Hawaii and Galapagos that now includes the Cobb Mantle Plume in Cascadia and many others not yet included in these diagrams. We know that the Magma Plume Formation is growing out of control, by the pattern of 5-magnitude earthquake events striking at the 10-kilometer depth in combination with the deep earthquake events sending magma-wave energy through the buoyancy-barrier corridors raising the horn formations and causing magma displacement at the surface in Earth crust. Look at the top-left-center of the diagram where the terminal end of Corridor 1 has pushed around the North Pole and under Iceland where a new round of seismic-volcanic activity is expected, as Corridor 1 continues pushing towards Europe to meet up (collide) with Corridor 2 that now has a life of its own.
Earth saw seven new volcanic-eruption events in the last seven days with three new-eruption events in the Indonesia-Fiji Seismic-Volcanic Origination Zone (Kerinci, Langila, Soputan). Three new volcanic-eruption events struck along Buoyancy-Barrier Corridor 1 (Sarychev Peak, Semisopochnoi, Veniaminof) extending from Indonesia north through the Philippines, Japan and Kamchatka then east through the Aleutians into the Alaska-Cascadia region. The Reunion Island new-eruption event (info) took place along Corridor 4 extending from Indonesia southwest across the Indian Ocean and around Africa turning north along the Mid-Atlantic Ridge. Zero deep earthquake events along Corridor 1 is historically insufficient for producing three new-volcanic-eruption events, which for me represents a dramatic shift in the global tectonic-volcanic dynamic. Four deep earthquake events on the Fiji-side of the Origination Zone generally sends deep-magma-plume-wave energy east towards South America then north along the Central and North American West Coasts towards Cascadia, but this is not the pattern we see today. Deep harmonic tremors under Fiji appear responsible for triggering earthquake and new-volcanic-eruption events along Corridor 1, as the deep-magma-plume blob continues growing out of control. We should realize that apparent omissions are showing up in the volcanic-activity data like we see here with the Popocatepetl volcano news & eruption updateshowing current status as “active,” but no mention is made in the Smithsonian / USBS Weekly Volcanic Activity Report. In fact, many Ash Advisories have been issued (info) for volcanoes in regions where I expected to see new volcanic eruption events (Iceland article + Update) particularly along Corridor 2 making me feel that the USBS is manipulating the data. Also:
Kilauea (Hawai’i): (3 Oct) Activity at Kilauea remains at very low levels, with no eruptions anywhere on the volcano, as has been the case since early September.
Seismicity and deformation are at background levels, and interestingly, the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory reports that total gas emissions across the volcano are at their lowest levels since before the start of the long-term Pu’u O’o eruption in 1983.
The situation at Kilauea requires clarifying statements in view of the changing Global Tectonic-Volcanic Dynamic directly tied to the Deep Magma Plume Formation (see Randy’s diagram above) making the many Mantle Plume Connections (Hawaii, Galapagos, Cobb and others). Let’s go back in time to May 4, 2018 when the 6.9 Quake struck in combination with the Hawaii Mantle Plume connecting to the Deep Magma Plume Formation. This marked the time that the leading edge of the Magma Plume Formation was directly under Hawaii pushing from Indonesia-Fiji with the main Magma Blob pushing northeast towards Cascadia. We saw the weekly number of 2.5 to 4-magnitude earthquake events skyrocket from 285 in Week 10 to 2745 in Week 19, until that number decreased to just 270 events in Week 25, when Earth reached outside-orbit position (O in chart) just prior to receiving the powerful electromagnetic Jolt (J in chart). However, go back to Week 15 to find just “one” of the 5-magnitude earthquake events to realize that the many Mantle Plume Connections made to the Deep Magma Plume Formation caused the entire formation to grow out of control, which raised all the “horn formations” atop the Magma Plume Formation. Deep earthquake events that followed produced the deep magma waves within the buoyancy-barrier corridors like before May 4, 2018, but the horn formations could not be raised to cause magma displacement at the surface that trigger the pattern of 5-magnitude quakes at the 10-kilometer depth, because they were already raised!
The Deep Magma Plume Formation that originated in Indonesia-Fiji has been growing out of control to send arms around the globe, which includes the primary magma blob that pushed under Hawaii where the leading edge of the formation is now closer to Alaska than Hawaii. That is why the Kilauea Volcano Summit Collapsed in early September (article) and the reason that total gas emissions are at the lowest level since the long-term eruption began in 1983. The lack of volcanic activity at Kilauea is causing the experts to ask, “What on Earth is going on at Kilauea Volcano?” The bottom line here is that the Hawaii Mantle Plume-Hotspot is no longer directly connected to Kilauea, as that heat energy rising from Earth core is now being spread throughout the entire Deep Magma Plume Formation Network along with the heat energy from ALL the other Mantle Plume Connections. We should realize that the Deep Magma Plume Formation has become a gigantic energy-storing reservoir currently forcing increased heat energy through the buoyancy-barrier corridors part of a deadly scenario that culminates in these buoyancy barriers breaking.
Generally, we see new-volcanic eruption events pushing from the Indonesia-Fiji Seismic-Volcanic Origination Zone towards Alaska to the north (corridor 1) and across the Pacific Ocean to South American turning north through Central America and into Mexico (corridor 2) reaching the peak of the earth-change uptick periods (May and November). The process then turns around moving through the earth-change-lull periods for seismic-volcanic pressures to retreat into the Origination Zone, but the growing-expanding Deep-Magma-Plume Formation is changing the global-tectonic-volcanic dynamic right before our eyes moving through the current earth-change uptick period. This deviation away from the old global-tectonic-volcanic dynamic represents more evidence that deep magma-plume-formation pressures are increasing in the expanding deep magma plume formation in the Pacific Ocean-Ring of Fire from increased heat energy using the mantle-plume connections in combination with an increased number of deep earthquake events particularly on the Fiji-side of the Indonesia-Fiji Seismic-Volcanic Origination Zone.
The massive-deep magma plume formation that originated in Indonesia-Fiji has pushed below Hawaii and Galapagos. The deep magma sources (two primary) that created the Hawaiian and Galapagos Islands have made connections to the deep magma plume formation (article and map) expanding in the Earth mantle transition zone (wiki) in the Pacific Ocean-Ring of Fire. The magma plume formation is like a gigantic balloon being contained within the buoyancy barriers. That means deep earthquake events and Earth core heating/cooling from solar-Black Star-electromagnetism are no longer the only sources of plume-formation expansion and contraction. The deep magma plume formation that has already become a global phenomenon could be expanding under our feet part of a scenario that continues escalating for the duration leading to catastrophic crustal displacement around the world that produces this result (Scallion Map of Future). Head’s up while there is still time to prepare!
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