Terral’s Project Black Star Update Report 2019 – Newsletter 06
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 50 show one of the 7+ magnitude earthquake events for the last five years (2017: 7.9 Alaska). The 7.9 Alaska Quake was the fifth big-quake event in the seven-quake series for the 2017 Earth orbit cycle relative to the Black Star. Thirty-six of the 5-magnitude earthquake events for this week is twelve events above the year-over-year-weekly-event-total average (24.25) likely due to the Deep Magma Plume Formation growing out of control creating additional “horn formations” that rise-fall to trigger 5-mag quakes at the 10-kilometer depth. We should expect these values to bounce up-down moving through February, until finding minimum values in Week 52-53 ending the 2018 orbit cycle. 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 eight 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. Just two of the 6-mag quake events for this week matches the low-water mark for the last seven weeks falling just below the historical-weekly average of 2.75. We see moderate increases in the 5-mag and 2.5-to-4-mag quake event totals for Week 50 while the 6-mag quake events fell to one third of what we saw last week. Break the numbers down and Earth has seen weekly-total-event values near the 300 mark for the last eight weeks in a row indicating to me that the Deep Magma Plume Formation is trying to find equilibrium moving to the end of the current earth-change lull period. We should expect this trend to continue for another week or two, 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 Deep Magma Plume Formation has made additional mantle plume connections (like Hawaii, Galapagos, etc.), which means the buoyancy-barrier corridors are no longer expanding (uptick periods) and contracting (lull periods) like we have seen since the investigation started in January 2011. While Earth has been moving away from the Black Star in orbit around the Sun since November 30, 2018, which reduces Black Star electromagnetic potential, the many mantle plume connections and deep quake events are making up the difference at this point in the timeline. The projection is for Earth to see minimum seismic activity reaching the 90-degree position relative to the Sun and Black Star, until Earth receives the anticipated powerful-electromagnetic Jolt like we saw in August 2018. The 2019 Earth orbit cycle relative to the Black Star will begin like no other orbit cycle since 2011, because this will mark the first time the mantle plume connections were made to the Deep Magma Plume Formation (May 2018). The question remains about whether we will see the sixth and seventh big quakes in the series before Earth begins the 2019 orbit cycle, or if these two events will strike later like we saw for 2017.
Earth saw four deep earthquake events on the Fiji-side of the Indonesia-Fiji Seismic-Volcanic Origination Zone (lower left: 15 last week) adding less energy to the Deep Magma Plume Formation than we saw last week. Deep-quake activity remained moderate again this week along Buoyancy-Barrier Corridor 1 (Indonesia up through Japan, Russia and across the Aleutians-Alaska to Iceland) where the EQuake3D image below shows increased seismic activity in the Iceland region. The pattern of 5-mag (+/-) quakes you see at the lower right of the diagram are Deep-Magma-Plume Triggered at the 10-kilometer depth showing increased seismic activity along Buoyancy-Barrier Corridor 2 from magma-plume-wave action. The combination of this 5.3 Mexico Quake (USGS) and these quakes striking in the USA at the 10-kilometer depth (2.5 Tennessee, 2.5 Tennessee like three Texas Quakes last week) tells me that the Deep Magma Plume Formation along Corridor 2 has pushed under the southern regions of the United States. Note the California Quake Swarm Area forming a tall stack of flags that includes this 2.5 Petrolia, CA Quake (USGS) where these might be precursor-foreshock quake events pointing to something larger coming later in the timeline.
This side of Earth shows minimal seismic activity along Buoyancy-Barrier Corridor 4 (bottom arrow) with many of the Indonesia Quakes (on right) striking at the 10-kilometer depth indicating Deep-Magma-Plume Triggers. Japan has seen more deep-quake events than any other location along Corridor 1, which sends Deep-Magma-Plume-Wave Action coursing through Corridor 3 (top arrow) showing signs of increased seismic activity for the last seven days. Note the two-circled quakes left of the Corridor 3 Arrow (USGS, USGS) to realize the jury is out on whether these events were triggered by deep-quake activity along Corridor 1, Corridor 2 or Corridor 3, because these quakes struck in the convergence area where these corridors are coming together later in the timeline.
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.
Earth saw four new-volcanic-eruption events in the last seven days, which is one event lower than we saw for the 2017 Earth orbit cycle for Week 50. The two Indonesia events (Karangetang, Merapi) struck in the Indonesia-Fiji Seismic-Volcanic Origination Zone from deep earthquake events (11 last week) and magma upwelling in the region. The Andaman Islands event took place just west of Burma (Barren Island) in the Andaman Sea (Map) along Buoyancy-Barrier Corridor 4. The Chile-Argentina border new-volcanic-eruption event (Planchon-Peteroa) struck near the elbow position of Buoyancy-Barrier Corridor 2 near the location where I expect Quake #6 to strike at any time. Earth saw five new-volcanic-eruption events for the 2017 Earth orbit cycle in Week 50 and 51, so we should expect to see a moderate number (4 or 5) of these events for the coming week should the pattern hold. Get the latest seismic-volcanic-eruption events here and here.
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