Monday, July 3, 2017

'Quake-Weather 4th July 2017': A Global Earthquake Review.

In this and similar reports we will be examining the global "earthquake weather", and we will be reporting where on the world our technique shows higher probability of siesmic vulnerability. Although we can do this for each and every one country by now, due to time contraints, the nature of the research, (we will be testing variant ideas), we will be listing out a few across the world. We hope this is useful to you, and certainly it will help us improve our techniques.

Using our methods we can deduce that for 4th July 2017, the following quakeweather and the following regions appear to be vulnerable to siesmic activity. Our experience shows that the time event tolerance can be +-1 day, and therefore it is worth keeping the list for 2 days as an event in the list could sometimes materialise the next day and sometimes the late hours of the previous day.

Geocentrically we have Mercury square Uranus and Mercury quincunx Neptune.
Heliocentrically Earth sextile Neptune, Saturn square Chiron, Mercury, Sun, Uranus alignments Jupiter square Mars, quincunx Chiron. Mercury opposite Neptune
Looks like we are due for a strong day
The following are some coordinates we produced using our methods.

  • British Columbia  (56.5N, 57.3N, 132.2W) , (48N, 125.1W)
  • Mexico (18N, 104W)
  • Ecuador (2S, 78W)
  • Peru (11S, 78W) (17.5S, 70.5W)
  • California (33N, 117W) (37N, 122W)
  • Alaska (62N, 147W) (56N, 160W) (54N, 165W)
  • Bosphorus (41N, 30E)
  • Italy (42N, 13E) (45N, 11E) (47N, 11E)   
  • Libya (32N, 15E)

    ASIA/AUSTRALIA:   The possible countries which could come up are shown below. Not all of them I expect to fire up as we use a mix of predictive methods.
    • Fiji (18S, 177E)
    • Philippines (15N, 122E)
    • Kamchatka (57N, 161E), (51N, 157E)
    • Nepal (27N, 87E)
    • New Zealand (44.7S, 169E) (40S, 177E)
    • Japan (32N, 132E)
    • Iran (32N, 57E)

    You can read about our methodology here.


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