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Terral’s Project Black Star Update Report 2019 – Newsletter 01

Seismic event indicators say Earth has now entered the second and final 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 45 show four of the 7+ magnitude earthquake events for the last five years (2014, 2015, 2016, 2018) and an average of 0.75 of the 6-mag quakes for 2014 through 2017 making two events this week above the year-over-year-weekly average like in 2016. Thirty-two of the 5-magnitude earthquake events for Week 45 is right at the year-over-year-weekly average (32.75) with 273 of the 2.5-to-4 magnitude earthquake events being 36 events higher than the weekly total average (237.25). The 7.1 Sandwich Islands Quake (USGS) is the third big quake in the seven-event series followed by the 7.4 Russia Quake (USGS 12.20.2018) being the fourth event (following 7.0 Alaska and 7.5 New Caledonia) with the 7.0 Philippines Quake (USGS 12.29.2018) striking on November 29, 2018 as predicted. The next big quake in the seven-quake-event series is projected to strike on January 14, 2018.

Week-over-week seismic-event values show a slight decrease in seismic activity for the 2.5-to-4, 5, and 6-magnitude earthquake events moving through the current earth-change lull period.

The 7.0 Philippines Quake from December 29, 2018 was the fifth event in the seven-event series, striking just north of the Indonesia-Fiji Seismic-Volcanic Origination Zone along Buoyancy-Barrier Corridor 1, with two big-quake events remaining where the final event is projected to strike near New Guinea for the third year in a row. Deep-Magma-Plume-Wave Action from deep earthquake events (Indonesia-Fiji) causes a pinball-effect that triggers these quakes in a predictable pattern using historical-seismic data from 2014-2017 where Earth right now appears to be following the 2016 pattern.

Earth saw five deep earthquake events on the Fiji-side of the Indonesia-Fiji Seismic-Volcanic Origination Zone (lower left: up from three last week) 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 across the South Pacific Ocean (Mexico West Coast and Cascadia are quiet). The 6.0 Alaska Quake (USGS) struck on December 31, 2018 at the 31-kilometer depth from Deep-Magma-Wave/Upwelling Action within the Indonesia-Fiji Seismic-Volcanic Origination Zone and Buoyancy-Barrier Corridor 1 (4.7 Sea of Japan @ 434.7 kilometers on 12.30.2018) . While EQuake3D shows no seismic activity in the Eastern USA in the last seven days, Tennessee was struck by six of the seven quakes to strike the region in December (article). The global seismic pattern right now shows increased activity along Corridor 1 with diminished activity along Corridor 2, but that scenario can turn around quickly depending on future deep-quake events and the direction of Deep-Magma-Plume pressures in Earth mantle transition zone.

Deep quake activity in Indonesia-Fiji and along Corridor 1 is sending Deep-Magma-Wave Action through Buoyancy-Barrier Corridor 3 (top arrow) pushing the Buoyancy-Barrier Corridor Terminal-End position west through Gibraltar into the Atlantic Ocean (upper right to left). Seismic activity Corridor 4 (bottom arrow) remains steady where most of the quake-events depths are at the 10-kilometer depth indicating deep-magma-plume triggers. We have been watching the quake-swarm activity along Corridor 3 retreat from Greece through the Middle East to Nepal, but the scenario turned around last week from harmonic tremors and deep-magma-plume wave action moving through the initial phase of the current earth-change lull period. The difference this week is that the USBS actually shows increased seismic activity west of Gibraltar and in the Iceland region, which they failed to report last week requiring data from the Europeans to help see the larger pattern. The diagram above demonstrates how three of the four buoyancy-barrier corridors are converging in the North Atlantic Ocean with Europe expected to be in the cross hairs later in the timeline.

The USBS and the Smithsonian (link) did not provide their weekly update report due to the Govt shutdown. Get the latest seismic-volcanic-eruption events here and here.


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In 2002 alone, more people in the U.S. were killed by dogs than in shark attacks in the past 100 years.