Terral’s Project Black Star Update Report 2018 – Newsletter 51
Seismic event indicators say Earth has now entered the second earth-change lull 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 43 show three of the 7+ magnitude earthquake events for the last five years (2014, 2015, 2018) and an average of 2.75 of the 6-mag quakes for 2014 through 2017 making one event this week fall below the year-over-year-weekly average. Twenty-four of the 5-magnitude earthquake events for Week 43 is slightly above the year-over-year-weekly average (21.5) with 294 of the 2.5-to-4 magnitude earthquake events being 57 events higher than the weekly total average (237) nearly matching values from 2015. The 7.1 Sandwich Islands Quake (USGS) is the third big quake in the seven-event series (7.0 Alaska and 7.5 New Caledonia) with the next 7+magnitude earthquake event expected to strike near Papua, New Guinea (video report from the top Featured Article in this newsletter) between now and the weekend. This 7.4 Russia Quake (USGS) just struck when making the video reports.
Week-over-week seismic-event values decreased across the board, as Earth received the Black Star-Jupiter-gravitational Jolt to trigger the 7.0 Alaska Quake Event (Week 41) followed by the 7.5 New Caledonia Quake triggered when Earth passed behind the Sun relative to the Sun-Black Star-Planet-created Electromagnetic Vortex Anomaly for Week 42.
Earth saw four 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 6.3 Pacific-Antarctic Ridge Quake(USGS) struck on December 12, 2018 at the 10-kilometer depth, as Deep Magma Waves pushed east along Buoyancy-Barrier Corridor 2 to test the formation terminal ends. The Deep Magma Waves then began the trip back to the Seismic-Volcanic Origination Zone to trigger the 6.2 Easter Island Quake (USGS) also at the 10-kilometer depth on December 19, 2018 about one week later in the timeline. The 5.2 Japan Quake(USGS) struck along Buoyancy-Barrier Corridor 1 at 469-kilometers below the surface on December 14, 2018 adding to deep-magma-plume upwelling in the region triggering this Japan new-volcanic eruption event (info) on December 18, 2018. Nebraska was hit with this 3.2 Quake (USGS), while the Oklahoma-Kansas Quake Swarm Area quakes are striking deeper, and seismic activity along in the Eastern USA continues.
Earth saw four new volcanic-eruption events in the last seven days representing an increase from the two we saw last week and the three events we saw from the previous week. The two new-volcanic-eruption events struck in the Seismic-Volcanic Origination Zone (Vanuatu, Sulawesi) with one event along Buoyancy-Barrier Corridor 1 (Mt. Cleveland) extending from Indonesia north through the Philippines, Japan and Kamchatka then east through the Aleutians into the Alaska-Cascadia region. The Planchon-Peteroa new volcanic eruption struck at the Chile-Argentina border along Buoyancy-Barrier Corridor 2 extending from the Fiji-side of the Origination Zone across the South Pacific Ocean towards Chile turning north along the Mexico West Coast to Cascadia. Deep-magma-plume-wave energy appears to have tested the terminal end positions of Corridors 1, 2 and 4 to begin heading back to the Indonesia-Fiji Seismic-Volcanic Origination Zone, which is why my focus is on New Guinea. Get the latest seismic-volcanic-eruption events here.
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