Terral’s Project Black Star Update Report 2018 – Newsletter 41
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 33 show none of the 7+ magnitude earthquake events for the last five consecutive years with an average of 2.5 of the 6-magnitude earthquake events, which means the two 6-mag quake events for this week (6.3 Russia, USGS 6.0 downgraded and 6.6 Fiji) are within normal parameters. Earth has seen a year-over-year weekly average of 30.75 of the 5-magnitude earthquake events for Week 33, which means the thirty-five for this week is a bit higher than the average. The year-over-year weekly average for the 2.5 to 4-magnitude earthquake events for the last four years is two hundred and forty-eight exactly, which is the same value we see for these indicator quakes for Week 33 or the Earth orbit cycle relative to the Black Star positioned between the Sun and Libra Constellation just to the right (northern hemisphere perspective) of Jupiter relative to the Sun. Mark wrote on Monday to cancel our interview due to a family emergency saying that he will write and reschedule when time permits.
Week-over-week seismic-event values show that Week 33 is only the third week following the powerful Black Star-induced electromagnetic Jolt that Earth has not seen an earthquake event of seven magnitude or more. Earth seemed primed to begin moving through the predicted earth-change mini-lull period in Week 30 and Week 31, before increased global seismic activity revealed another bounce last week with Week 32 with the powerful 7.5 Indonesia Quake (USGS) from last week’s update report. Except for the two 6-mag quakes, all the other categories see lower weekly-event-total values providing more evidence of the expected earth-change mini-lull period shown in Ryan’s diagram that requires just a bit of editing:
Ryan and I have been trading a series of emails allowing Ryan to edit his diagrams to better match the statements from my commentary where he is doing a great job. The only tiny adjustment I could identify for this diagram relates to the “Seismic Jolt,” above the August line on the left and below the February line on the right, as these powerful Black Star-induced Electromagnetic Jolts arrive once Earth passes the 90-degree position relative to the Sun and Black Star. This is the powerful Jolt that started on August 18-20, 2018 identified with the “J” value in Week 26 in the Seismic Chart above that came in the week following Week 25 where you see the “O” (Outside-Orbital Position). All Ryan has to do for correcting this diagram is to place the “Black Star-Induced Electromagnetic Jolt” (rather than Seismic Jolt) below the August line on the left and above the February line on the right and we are good to go. 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. 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).
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 to right), north through the Cascadia Basin (4.3 USGS) into Northern Alaska (top/center), and east across the northern regions of South America to theMexico West Coast (new activity), the Caribbean and the Atlantic Ocean (center/right). Everyone is wise to pay close attention to this new seismic activity striking off the Mexico West Coast, as deep magma-plume pressures continue pushing towards the United States! Earth saw six deep earthquake events in Earth mantle transition zone striking on the Fiji side (lower left) of the Indonesia-Fiji Seismic-Volcanic Origination Zone with one Indonesia Quake (USGS) and one under Japan (USGS) along Corridor 1 . 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 (4.3 @ 10-k depth) that struck on October 06, 2018 southwest of Portland, Oregon and at the same location as last week. Seismic activity is diminishing at the Oklahoma-Kansas Quake Swarm Area with less than one event per day for the seven-day reporting period.
Deep earthquake activity along Buoyancy-Barrier Corridor 4 (bottom arrow) has increased from the combination of deep Fiji quakes and the 4.6 Indonesia quake sending deep magma-plume-wave action west around the southern coast of Africa in the direction of the large arrow. This deep magma-plume energy is converging with deep magma-plume energy from Buoyancy-Barrier Corridor 2 that has pushed from Fiji across the South Pacific Ocean and under South America into the Atlantic Ocean where you see the large cluster of 5-mag quakes at the 10-kilometer depth between Brazil and Africa on the left. The deep Japan Quake should send more deep magma-plume energy west along Corridor 3 in the coming days, as current earthquake activity along Corridor 3 has diminished to less than one event per day.
Many thanks again to Ryan 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 eight new volcanic-eruption events in the last seven days with three new-eruption events in the Indonesia-Fiji Seismic-Volcanic Origination Zone (Gamalama, Soputan, Ulawun). Just one new volcanic-eruption event struck along Buoyancy-Barrier Corridor 1 (Semisopochnoi) 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) and the Barren Island event (info), west of Thailand in the Andaman Sea (Wiki), took place along Corridor 4 extending from Indonesia southwest across the Indian Ocean and around Africa turning north along the Mid-Atlantic Ridge. Finally we see a single new volcanic-eruption event along Corridor 2 (Cuicocha) in Ecuador near the location where the Galapagos mantle plume connection (info) has been made to the Deep Magma Plume Formation.
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. Again, we should realize that apparent omissions are showing up in the volcanic-activity data like we see here with the Eruption updates & news from Stromboli: showing current status as “erupting,” but no mention is made in the Smithsonian / USBS Weekly Volcanic Activity Report. We see the same situation with the Ebeko volcano in the Kuril Islands (info) and other locations (VolcanoDiscovery.com info) making me wonder about the real number of new volcanic eruption events taking place around the globe.
The situation at Kilauea (watch my update video) requires clarifying statements in view of the changing Global Tectonic-Volcanic Dynamic directly tied to the Deep Magma Plume Formation (see Ryan’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. 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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