Terral’s Project Black Star Update Report 2019 – Newsletter 05
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 49 show two of the 7+ magnitude earthquake events for the last five years (2016: 7.3 Philippines, 2017: 7.1 Peru). The 7.3 Philippines Quake was the sixth big-quake event in the seven-quake series for 2016, while the 7.1 Peru Quake was the fourth big-quake event in the seven-quake series for 2017. The 2018 Earth orbit cycle finds us waiting for the sixth-big-quake event of the seven-quake-event series, after following the 2016 seismic pattern for the first five events in the seven-quake series. We should expect these values to bounce up-down moving through the remainder of January, until finding minimum values in Week 52-53 ending the 2018 orbit cycle. For the record, again, Quake 6 of the seven-quake series is running late, which means Earth is no longer following the 2016 seismic pattern.
Week-over-week seismic-event values have remains steady for the last five weeks where the total-event value is hovering around 300 indicating to me that the deep-magma-plume-wave action pinball effect has been going on since the 7.0 Philippines Quake (USGS) struck on December 29, 2018. Six of the 6-mag quake events represents the highest-weekly-event-total value since Earth received the powerful-electromagnetic Jolt in Weeks 26 and 27 to begin the second earth-change uptick period for the 2018 Earth orbit cycle relative to the Black Sta in August. In fact, ten or more of the 6-mag quake events for the last two weeks has only been seen twice for the 2018 Earth orbit cycle (Weeks 26-28), when Earth received that powerful Jolt in August.
The interesting aspect of the current seismic pattern for the last three weeks shows up for the 6-magnitude earthquake events doubling each week (2, 4, 6), while the 2.5-to-4 magnitude earthquake events have decreased over the same three-week period. Then, the 5-magnitude earthquake weekly-event totals sandwiched in between have remained steady at one event above or below 28 for the last four-week period. The evidence says that Earth is going through the final earth-change lull period of the 2018 Earth orbit cycle, which we can see clearly with the 2.5-to-4 magnitude event totals and the Total This Week values that are steadily dropping. We should expect this trend to continue for another two-to-three weeks, until Earth reaches the 90-degree position relative to the Sun and Black Star to begin the 2019 Earth orbit cycle in the second-to-third week in February.
The seismic pattern suggests that the Deep Magma Plume Formation has made additional mantle plume connections (like Hawaii, Galapagos, etc.) removing formation contraction and consolidation from the earth-change equation, which in my mind is supported by the fact that the 5-mag quake-event values are remaining almost identical moving towards the end of the current earth-change lull period. Earth has been moving away from the Black Star in natural orbit around the Sun since November 30, 2018 which reduces Black Star electromagnetic potential, but the Deep Magma Plume Formation continues growing out of control from making additional mantle plume connections working to throw off the predictive modeling.
Earth saw fifteen deep earthquake events on the Fiji-side of the Indonesia-Fiji Seismic-Volcanic Origination Zone (lower left) where you will notice a high number of earthquake tremors striking at the 10-kilometer depth throughout the region. Deep-quake activity picked up again this week along Buoyancy-Barrier Corridor 1 (Indonesia up through Russia and across the Aleutians-Alaska to Iceland) focusing our attention on the Americas side of the Pacific Ocean-Ring of Fire where seismic activity at the 10-kilometer depth is increasing. Timing of the Cascadia, Mexico and South Pacific (USGSstruck 1.30.2019) quakes striking at the 10-kilometer depth reveals a pattern where deep-magma-plume-wave action pushed north to Cascadia to rebound south in the direction of the elbow-position of Corridor 2 (lower right). This South Pacific Quake struck to fulfill my prediction of a series of 5-mag quakes (+/-) striking between Chile and Fiji for this week, as the deep-magma-plume wave returns to the Origination Zone. If deep-magma-plume-wave action is returning to the Origination Zone, then the high-magma pressures are met by the energy produced by the fifteen deep quake events under Fiji to trigger magma upwelling events within the Origination Zone where continued crustal displacement-related events are expected. As stated last week, the liquefaction and magma-displacement events escalate to catastrophic scenarios, until an increasing number these events migrate in both directions around the Pacific Ocean-Ring of Fire later in the timeline. The three Texas Quakes (USGS, USGS, USGS) all striking at the 10-kilometer depth indicate Deep-Magma-Plume Triggers, as the Deep Magma Plume Formation along Buoyancy-Barrier Corridor 2 has officially pushed below the southern regions of the United States.
This side of Earth shows a dramatic decrease in seismic activity compared to a week ago, as Deep Magma Plume Wave Energy testing the formation terminal ends (7 days ago) is now on route to the Indonesia-Fiji Seismic-Volcanic Origination Zone like we see along Corridor 2. Remember that taking a snapshot of global seismic activity provides evidence of Deep Magma Plume Wave Action moving to and at the Formation terminal ends (like last week) or heading back the Origination Zone, which is the case for this week. The quake swarm area along Corridor 3 (top arrow) is positioned near Greece and expected to migrate east through the Middle East and into Nepal over the coming month, as the current earth-change-lull period comes to an end in February 2019. However, deep quakes along Corridor 1 sends Deep Magma Plume Wave Action west through Corridor 3, so the east-west-location shift of this swarm area can go either way based upon deep quake activity to the east. Seismic activity has decreased from last week along Corridor 4 (bottom arrow) with the two reported events striking at the 10-kilometer depth indicating deep-magma-plume triggers.
The current global seismic activity shows us a well-defined pattern where deep-magma-plume-wave action is coursing back and forth within the buoyancy-barrier corridors to trigger quakes near the terminal end positions, until the magma-wave energy rebounds to begin the trip back to the Seismic-Volcanic Origination Zone. Eventually these giant magma waves come together at a corridor elbow position or terminal end position to trigger Quake 6 in our series, until the energy returns to the Origination Zone to trigger the final big quake in the New Guinea region, so long as the three-year-old pattern continues.
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