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Terral’s Project Black Star Update Report 2019 – Newsletter 07

Seismic event indicators say Earth is approaching the end of 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 51 show one of the 7+ magnitude earthquake events for the last five years (2016 orbit cycle: 7.9 New Guinea). The 7.9 New Guinea Quake was the seventh big-quake event in the seven-quake series for the 2016 Earth orbit cycle relative to the Black Star. Twenty-seven of the 5-magnitude earthquake events for this week is just one event below the year-over-year-weekly-event-total average (28) matching the 2015 orbit-cycle-weekly total. Three hundred and eleven of the 2.5-to-4 mag quake events for this week is 62 events above the year-over-year-weekly-event average (249) and by far the highest weekly total for Week 51 moving towards the end of the 2018 Earth orbit cycle relative to the Black Star. The evidence suggests that my prediction that baseline-minimum values for the 5-mag quakes is rising from 20 to something near 25, while the new 2.5-to-4 mag quake minimum value is also rising to something between 250 and 300.

Week-over-week seismic-event values dropped rather dramatically for the 5 and 6-magnitude earthquake events for Week 51, which is the first week since Week 24 that Earth has seen none of the 6-mag quake events for the USGS seven-day reporting period. The projection all year long has been for Earth to reach the 90-degree position relative to the Black Star around February 15, 2019, which happens to be the final day for Week 52 that ends this Saturday night at midnight UTC time. The earth-change evidence strongly suggests that the 2018 Earth orbit cycle relative to the Black Star will include only 52 weeks due to slowing Black Star inbound-orbital velocity that has decreased to less than seven degrees per calendar year. Therefore, we are wise to continue watching EQuake3D for evidence that Earth has reached that 90-degree-angle position, because of the powerful-electromagnetic Jolt that follows like we saw in the middle of August 2018 where you see the “O” (outside-orbital position) and the “J” (electromagnetic Jolt) together in Weeks 25 and 26.

If we go back to the summer of 2018, those supporting and following the research heard me make the bold prediction that Earth would see the most-dramatic shift in large-magnitude earthquake events shortly after reaching the 90-degree position in the middle of August, when Earth received the anticipated-powerful electromagnetic Jolt. The reason for the prediction and the subsequent big-quake activity was associated with the Mantle Plume Connections (Global Map: Hawaii, Galapagos, Cobb, etc.) being made to the Deep Magma Plume Formation, which began inflating the formation like a giant balloon in Earth mantle transition zone. The new energy source caused the Deep Magma Plume Formation to grow out of control throughout the entire summer, which kept the buoyancy barriers tight and rigid priming Earth for seven big quakes from Week 27 through Week 34 that had never happened since the investigation started in January 2011. All of the signs-indicators say that Earth is being primed for another round of big quake events in the same way, which means we can easily see more big-quake events coming sooner rather than later in the timeline from the powerful Jolt expected to begin at some point in the next few weeks.

Earth saw two deep earthquake events on the Fiji-side of the Indonesia-Fiji Seismic-Volcanic Origination Zone (lower left: 4 last week and 15 previous week) adding less energy to the Deep Magma Plume Formation than we saw for the last two weeks. Deep-quake activity also remained low 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 zero seismic activity in the Iceland region (diagram below) for the USGS seven-day reporting period. The two notable quakes for this lackluster-activity week struck in the Cascadia region (USGS and USGS) where deep-magma-plume-wave action passed through the region on February 11th and 12th where the northernmost quake struck first indicating that the magma-wave is moving south towards the Corridor 2 elbow position currently under South America. The 3.1 Greater Sudbury Quake you see at the upper right is an odd event reaching outside-orbital position, as generally we see this kind of activity at the alignment positions (nearside and backside), nearing the peak of the earth-change uptick periods, making me believe that deep-magma-plume activity in the region might be the culprit.

This side of Earth shows increased seismic activity along Buoyancy-Barrier Corridor 4 (bottom arrow) in defiance of what we see along the other three-primary corridors, which on the surface seems to make little sense at this point in the timeline. While there is insufficient data for drawing definitive conclusions, the answer is likely connected to the same reason we are still waiting for big-quake #6 that might not strike at all. The global seismic pattern for the 2016 and 2017 Earth orbit cycles relative to the Black Star saw two big quakes at the backside alignment for five big quakes to strike afterwards producing the seven-big-quake series. The 2018 orbit cycle followed the 2016 seismic pattern exactly for the first five-big quakes, but the evidence suggests that something dramatic has changed in the global-tectonic-volcanic dynamic likely associated with additional Mantle Plume Connections being made to the Deep Magma Plume Formation. The leading hypothesis-explanation today is that deep quake events in Earth mantle transition zone and within the Deep Magma Plume Formation itself sends magma-wave action coursing through the buoyancy-barrier corridors to test the formation terminal ends, until the magma-wave energy rebounds and returns to the Indonesia-Fiji Seismic Volcanic Origination Zone.

For reasons yet to be understood, the final big quake in the 2016 and 2017 seven-big-quake series struck exactly in the middle of the Origination Zone in the New Guinea region, which cancelled out the energy becoming Global-Tectonic-Reset Events where Earth saw no 7-magnitude earthquake events for 24 consecutive weeks. However, my suspicion is that additional Mantle Plume Connections have been made to the Deep Magma Plume Formation that has changed the dynamic where magma-wave energy returning to the Origination Zone is now finding its way into Buoyancy-Barrier Corridor 4. This kind of scenario would explain diminished seismic activity along Corridors 1-3, while seismic activity has more than tripled along Corridor 4 during the same seven-day reporting period. Note the “Watch Area” where more “anomalous activity” (important info) is expected off the African West Coast that is not typical moving through this point in the timeline with all the events striking at the 10-kilometer depth indicating deep-magma-plume triggers.

Earth saw just two new-volcanic-eruption events in the last seven days, which typical when Earth moves to the 90-degree position relative to the Sun and Black Star. The Indonesia event (Karangetang) erupted in the Indonesia-Fiji Seismic-Volcanic Origination Zone from deep earthquake events and deep-magma-plume-wave action producing magma upwelling in the region. The Costa Rica event(Paos) took place north of the elbow position of Buoyancy-Barrier Corridor 2 producing plumes that rose no higher than 200 meters with reports of sulfur dioxide odors downwind of the location.

Keep in mind that Week 51 of the 2018 Earth orbit cycle ended last Saturday at midnight UTC and that Week 52 will end this Saturday night at the end of the day on February 15, 2019 precisely as predicted to begin the 2019 Earth orbit cycle. We should see minimum seismic-volcanic activity for Week 52 for next week’s update report to then see evidence of the powerful-electromagnetic Jolt coming shortly afterwards. Add 93 (1/4 orbit cycle) to this date and the anticipated Sun-Earth-Black Star nearside alignment falls on May 19, 2019 using the numerical-predictive modeling. However, remember also that Jupiter is now left of Black Star position relative to the Sun and closing in on Saturn position, which means planetary-solar-system-harmonics forces can easily force this event to strike “later” than projected by the numerical modeling. Get the latest seismic-volcanic-eruption events here and here.


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