Terral’s Project Black Star Update Report 2018 – Newsletter 46
Seismic event indicators say Earth has entered the secon dearth-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 38 show no 7+ magnitude earthquake events for the last five years and an average of 2.75 of the 6-mag quakes for 2014 through 2017. Six (6*) of the 6-magnitude earthquake events for Week 38 was the highest weekly-event-total value for the entire 2017 Earth orbit cycle like fifty of the 5-magnitude earthquake events. Twenty-two of the 5-magnitude earthquake events is lower than the previous year-over-year-weekly-event average (31.25), while 252 of the 2.5-to-4-mag earthquake events is about 12 events above the weekly-event average (240.75). Earth is typically moving towards the end of the earth-change mini-lull period for Week 38 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. If Earth response to the powerful Black Star-induced electromagnetic Jolt starting in Week 26 is any indication, then we can easily see more big-quake activity passing behind the Sun relative to the Black Star for 2018 than for any previous orbit cycle since my record keeping began in January 2011.
Week-over-week seismic-event values have dropped across the board representing the calm before the coming seismic-volcanic storm. Look up the chart at the 5-mag quakes to realize we must go back to Week 24 to find a lower value for these moderately-sized earthquake events. My suspicion that the 5-mag quake-event-total number would be 37 fell far short of expectations, as these seismic-event values show the Earth taking a brief pause before the anticipated powerful Black Star-induced gravitational-electromagnetic Jolt expected as Earth passes behind the Sun relative to the Black Star.
Ryan and I were trading emails and refining his Deep Magma Plume Map, when Ryan came up with the idea of overlaying ocean-surface-temperature anomalies to combine both diagrams together to produce this diagram. Ryan has included the Hawaii, Galapagos and Cobb Mantle Plume locations, but we should realize that many additional mantle plume connections have been made to the Deep Magma Plume Formation around the world. Note the circled area in the Sandwich Islands region (SE of South America) where Ryan suspects that Corridor 2 and Corridor 4 are connected and in a location where seismic activity is on the increase. I must admit to be a little surprised to see how well our Deep Magma Plume Formation diagram works together with the Sea Surface Temperature Anomalies where there appears to be a definite connection.
Earth saw five 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 (lower right). The 4.3 Vanuatu Quake struck directly between Fiji and the Solomon Islands (USGS) closer to the Fiji-side of the Origination Zone. Deep seismic activity has slowed along Buoyancy-Barrier Corridor 1 (Indonesia up through Russia and the Aleutians through Alaska) along with seismic activity in Hawaii and Cascadia. Seismic activity has picked up in the Eastern USA (2.5 Virginia: USGS) and near Quebec (2.5 La Malbaie: USGS), which is typical moving towards the peak of any earth-change uptick period.
Seismic activity in the North Atlantic Ocean has picked up again this week with seismic activity showing a decease along Corridor 3 where the Greece Quake Swarm Area is trying to diminish, but still hanging in there with about two quakes striking at the 10-kilometer depth each day. The quakes circle over on the central-left were triggered by deep-quake activity along Corridor 2, as the Deep Magma Plume Formation has pushed under Central and South America and into the Atlantic Ocean. The lower left shows the quakes striking in the Sandwich Island Region where Ryan placed his ? wondering if Corridor 2 and 4 have already collided, which would explain the seismic uptick in the region and the big increase in ocean-water temperatures from his overlap mapping image above.
Earth saw just two new volcanic-eruption events in the last seven days (two last week and three for previous two weeks) representing a decrease from the seven events we saw from a month ago, which is typical moving through a Mini-Lull Period like we are seeing right now. The two new-volcanic-eruption events struck along Buoyancy-Barrier Corridor 1 (Philippines and Japan) 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 around November 20-22, 2018. Get the latest seismic-volcanic-eruption events here.
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