Terral’s Project Black Star Update Report 2018 – Newsletter 44
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 36 show no 7+ magnitude earthquake events for the last five years and an average of just one of the 6-mag quakes for 2014 through 2017. Three of the 6-magnitude earthquake events struck off the Canada West Coast (my video and related article) along Buoyancy-barrier Corridor 2 with the 6.8 Greece Quake (see top Featured Article below) striking near the terminal end of Buoyancy-barrier Corridor 3. Thirty of the 5-magnitude earthquake events is higher than the previous year-over-year-weekly-event average (25.25), as well as 318 of the 2.5-to-4-mag earthquake events (227.5) about 90 events above the weekly-event average. Earth is typically moving through the earth-change mini-lull period for Week 36 with the backside-alignment quake event (B) coming around Week 39-40, which will be the case for the 2018 Earth orbit cycle relative to the Black Star with the backside alignment currently projected for November 20-22, 2018.
Again, Weeks 1-13 represent the first earth-change uptick period for each Earth orbit cycle relative to the Black Star with the alignment (N) coming in Week 12 or 13 depending on how Week 1 of the orbit cycle begins (early in week, middle or late in week). Then, Earth moves through the first earth-change lull period from Week 14-26 to reach outside-orbital position (O) to then receive the powerful Black Star-induced electromagnetic Jolt we just saw in August 2018 to begin the second earth-change uptick period running from Week 27-39 or Week 40, again, depending on how the orbit cycle started in February. Do the math to realize Week 36 is historically shows lackluster earth-change activity, as Earth moves through the expected Mini-Lull Period, because tectonic pressures between the plates were just released starting the second earth-change uptick period. Earth will continue moving towards the Earth-Sun-Black Star backside alignment (B) scheduled currently for November 20-22, 2018, when Earth will once again receive another powerful gravitational-electromagnetic Jolt to trigger another round of high-magnitude earthquake events. Eric at TradCatKnight has scheduled an interview for November 23, 2018.
Week-over-week seismic-event values for Week 36 show an increase in the 6-magnitude earthquake events but a decrease for the 5-mag quakes with the 2.5-to-4-mag quake events remaining the same at 318. My prediction that Earth would see 34 of the 5-magnitude earthquake events from last week obviously fell short by four events to break what appeared to be a reoccurring pattern that may still be in the process of taking hold part of the new global tectonic-volcanic dynamic where Deep Magma Plume activity is the primary and dominant seismic trigger.
Let’s look again at the year-over-year weekly-event-total values for the last three years to understand more about what appears to be a new pattern that deviates away from weekly-event-total values under the old global tectonic-volcanic dynamic. We know that the Deep Magma Plume Formation began taking over the dynamic in 2015-2016, which is the same time that the Black Star began transitioning from a long-elliptical orbit to something more circular. The weekly-event baseline values for the 5-magnitude earthquake events moving towards outside-orbit position (O in charts) has been 20, while that number for the 2.5-to-4-mag quakes has been 200. The weekly-event-total values were also reduced to these minimum numbers moving through the Mini-Lull Period, which you can see above for 2016 (just under threshold) and 2017 (just over threshold). My suspicion is that these minimum-baseline-threshold values are increasing for the 5-mag quakes to 30, while the new value for the 2.5-to-4-mag quakes is very close to 300, or an increase of 50 percent.
Here is Ryan’s updated diagram showing solar system planetary orbital positions and corresponding seismic-electromagnetic activity to help readers visualize things more clearly. These minimum seismic-event values appear in the growing seismic chart moving through the green areas of the chart and especially in the final weeks of the Seismic Lull periods, just before Earth receives the powerful electromagnetic Jolt above the golden line in August (left) and below the golden line in February (right). Watch for the earth-change uptick moving through November, as Earth prepares to pass behind the Sun to receive the anticipated gravitational-electromagnetic Jolt to trigger the next series of large-mag quake events.
Jupiter is the wild card now positioned left of Black Star position relative to the Sun, which has not been the case since the investigation began in 2011. Jupiter’s solar-system-harmonics influences may force the back-side-alignment quake event to strike later than projected, but all we can do is gather the weekly data for recognizing the new pattern. Combine the planetary configuration and solar system harmonic-electromagnetic energy with the Deep Magma Plume Formation growing out of control and the Project Black Star Investigation continues moving through uncharted waters, which has been the case since May 2018. Generally, we see two of the 7-magnitude earthquake events, as the Earth, Sun and Black Star come into alignment in November, which was the case for 2016 and 2017. However, this will be the first Earth-Sun-Black Star backside alignment that the Mantle Plume connections have been made to the Deep Magma Plume Formation, so the earth-change activity can easily be more robust than for any Earth orbit cycle. That is precisely what happened moving through the outside orbital position in August and we might see recent history repeating itself at the backside alignment.
Earth saw nine deep earthquake events on the Fiji-side of the Indonesia-Fiji Seismic-Volcanic Origination Zone (lower left) sending deep-magma-plume-wave energy across the South Pacific Ocean through Buoyancy-Barrier Corridor 2 towards Chile raising the plume-horn formations to trigger a pattern of 5-magnitude earthquake events at the 10-kilometer depth. Deep seismic activity has picked up along Buoyancy-Barrier Corridor 1 (Indonesia up through Russia and the Aleutians through Alaska) including the 4.2 Indonesia Quake (USGS), the 4.5 Mariania Islands Quake (USGS) striking at 414.4-kilometers and the 4.3 Russia Quake (USGS) at the 467.2-kilometer depth sending deep-magma-plume-wave energy through the corridor. The 6.1 New Zealand Quake (USGS) is the notable quake for this week reported to rumble for 30 seconds (article) and felt by 15,500 people at the time of the report. This is the largest quake in that region to strike since November 2016 (article), which is posted on the Black Star Event Timeline as the backside-alignment quake event when Earth passed behind the Sun relative to the Black Star.
Seismic activity in the North Atlantic Ocean has decreased to nothing this week, while seismic activity along Buoyancy-Barrier Corridor 3 (top arrow) shows a dramatic uptick with more than five quake events per day west of Nepal. We should expect seismic activity to increase and intensify in the direction of these arrows, as Earth makes the move behind the Sun relative to the Black Star starting the third week of November 2018 (20-22). We see signs of this scenario playing out already with this 5.0 Quake (USGS) striking west of Spain this morning saying that the terminal end of Corridor 3 has pushed through Gibraltar. The single event northeast of Brazil (on left) was triggered by increased seismic activity along Corridor 2 pushing under Central America and the northern regions of South America.
Earth saw just three new volcanic-eruption events in the last seven days (same as last week) representing a dramatic decrease from the seven events we saw from three and four weeks ago, which is typical moving through a Mini-Lull Period like we are seeing right now. Two new-volcanic-eruption event struck in the Indonesia-Fiji Seismic-Volcanic Origination Zone (Ambae and Langila) with the third volcano erupting along Buoyancy-Barrier Corridor 1 (Kuchinoerabujima) extending from Indonesia north through the Philippines, Japan and Kamchatka then east through the Aleutians into the Alaska-Cascadia region. The number of new volcanic-eruption events is expected to increase, as Earth moves behind the Sun relative to the Black Star here in three weeks. BTW, BPEarthWatch YouTube Channel has been deleted (link and link).
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