Astronomical Earthgrid Spacetime Mapping

Occurring in the
November 3, 2013 Hybrid Solar Eclipse Lunar Cycle

Scotia Sea 7.8 Earthquake
Pre Full Moon - November 17, 2013

South Atlantic 7.0 Earthquake
Pre Last Quarter Moon Nov 25, 2013

Nick Anthony Fiorenza

The November 17 Algol Full Moon Scotia Sea 7.8 Earthquake

Magnitude 7.8 - Scotia Sea
November 17, 2013 06:34:14 UT

From USGS: "The November 17 earthquake is the latest in a series of moderate-to-large earthquakes to strike the same region over the past several days. The sequence began with a M 6.1 event on November 13 approximately 50 km to the west of the November 17 quake. On November 16, a M 6.8 earthquake struck very close to the preceding M 6.1. Since then, 9 aftershocks have been recorded in the area, ranging from M 4.7 to M 5.4, both near the previous earthquakes and in the same approximate location as the November 17 event."

Scotia Sea 7.8 Earthquake Map November 17, 2013

Map provided by USGS

USGS Seismic Data

Geographic coordinates: 60.296°S 46.362°W
Magnitude: 7.8 Mw
Depth: 10.0km (6.2mi)
2013-11-17 09:04:55 UTC
2013-11-17 06:04:55 UTC-03:00 at epicenter

Location with respect to nearby cities:
893km (555mi) SW of Grytviken, South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands
1440km (895mi) SE of Ushuaia, Argentina
1686km (1048mi) SE of Punta Arenas, Chile
1709km (1062mi) SE of Rio Gallegos, Argentina
1192km (741mi) SSE of Stanley, Falkland Islands

For subsequent updates, maps, and technical information for this event see: National Earthquake Information Center - U.S. Geological Survey

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Astronomical Earthgrid Spacetime Mapping
November 17 - Magnitude 7.8

Classical Astronomical Earth-grid resonances were in place at the time of the quake:
Ref: Introduction to Astronomical Earthgrid Spacetime Mapping

Scotia Sea 7.8 Earthquake Pre-Full Moon Astrology Chart

Sidereal Chart: Fagan-Bradley Ayanamsa (Subtract 0° 14' for Galactic Ayanamsa)

An astrology chart is used simply because it reveals longitudinal placements in the ecliptic plane, making it easy to see the nodes created by the intersecting planes (horizon, meridian, prime vertical, etc.) and the angular relationships of the planets to those nodes and between each other. Equal House charts are used to better see aspect geometries.

Note to Tropical Astrologers: The planetary placements and aspects are the same as in a tropical chart. The only thing that changes is the astrological signs.

Primary (angular) Resonances:

Angular resonances are those on or directly aspecting the Event's Local Cross; i.e., the Horizon Plane (ASC-DSC) and the Meridian (MC-IC). Lunar, Lunar Nodes, POF and Vertex aspects are also of significance. See Introduction for details.

• Pluto is rising (Pluto-ASC), on the Horizon Plane (ASC-DSC).

• Pluto is opposite the POF (00° 06' orb). Exact: 9:04:25 UT, Event: 09:04:55 UT, Delta: 30 seconds.

This is a key signifier. The POF (Arabic Part of Fortune) is a mathematical "spacetime harmonic" relating the Sun-Moon angle—when in the lunar cycle the event occurs (time) with the event's horizon plane (space). The POF aspect narrows an event to within seconds. More about this hierarchy of aspects is presented in the Introduction.

• Pluto square Uranus with Uranus on the event's Nadir. This occurs just after the 4th Ur-Pl Sq of Nov 1 and during the Jupiter-Uranus-Pluto heliocentric T-square (Jupiter opp Pluto Nov 13; Jupiter sq Uranus Nov 13; Uranus sq Pluto Nov 23). This major event is presented in the November 3, 2013 Lunar Planner.

• Jupiter (a part of the heliocentirc geometry) creates a double midpoint configuration by its sextile to the Moon-Vertex and its sextile to Mars, while at the same time via its quintile (72°) to Ceres and the South Lunar Node.

• The Sun and Pre-Full Moon (conjoining the Vertex) is square to the event's Meridian (MC-IC axis).

• The event occurs in the potent 2° 56' orb crescendo to the Algol Full Moon.
Event: 09:04:55 UT; Full Moon: 15:15:42 UT

• Sun, Pre-Full Moon, MC-IC also aspect Eris, with the Moon semi-sextile (30°) to Eris.

The Jupiter-Uranus-Pluto heliocentric T-square

Heliocentric Planetary Geometries

Heliocentric geometries play an essential role in mapping seismic potential. They reveal primary resonances created by the outer planets occuring in the inner planet orbits, from which the geocentric geometries (as shown above and below) then articulate geophysical resonances at specific locations and times on Earth.

In this case we have a "sustained heliocentric midpoint" (a T-Square) configuration created by Jupiter, Uranus and Pluto. Sustained heliocentric midpoints are those that last for many days or weeks. A planet creating a mid-point to two other planets is significant independent of the aspects between the planets. They create strong geophysical resonances (and societal shifts), especially when coinciding with planetary synods and primary synodic cycle aspects.

This configuration reveals the coincidence of three significant phase transitions occurring in much long planetary synodic cycles. Uranus' 90° from Pluto creates the transition into the first quarter of the Uranus-Pluto synodic cycle. Jupiter's 90° square from Uranus creates the transition into the first quarter of the Jupiter-Uranus synodic cycle. Jupiter's opposition to Pluto creates the midpoint in the Jupiter-Pluto cycle. Jupiter is the faster moving of the three planets. The Uranus-Pluto square stays in a critical orb for a much longer time. Jupiter acts as a trigger to the Uranus-Pluto square, which occurred on November 23. Jupiter's exact aspects to both Uranus and Pluto occurred on November 13. A critical orb extends around this date for several weeks.

This heliocentric configuration is a classic example of when to look for further geocentric planetary configurations that can catalyze seismic resonances on Earth.

The Two Preceding Quakes above 6.0

November 16 - Magnitude 6.8

Event Time: 2013-11-16 03:34:31 UTC
2013-11-16 00:34:31 UTC-03:00 at epicenter
Location: 60.213°S 47.108°W
Depth: 10.0km (6.2mi)

Scotia Sea 6.8 Earthquake Astrology Chart

November 13 - Magnitude 6.1

Event Time: 2013-11-13 23:45:48 UTC
2013-11-13 20:45:48 UTC-03:00 at epicenter
Location: 60.261°S 47.196°W
Depth: 10.0km (6.2mi)

Scotia Sea 6.1 Earthquake Astrology Chart

The Nov 25, 2013 06:27:33 UT - 7.0 South Atlantic Earthquake (Last Quarter Moon)

Occuring in the Crescendo of the Last Quarter Moon on Nov 25.
Quake: 6:27:33 UT / Last Quarter Moon: 19:27:42 UT

South Atlantic 7.0 Earthquake Astrology Chart

Location: 53.881°S 54.882°W depth=10.0km (6.2mi) Southeast of the Falkland Islands

Mercury-Saturn #3 trigger (Mercury Retrograde made three conjunctions with Saturn during Mercury's retrograde. This was the final conjuntion. See pic below.)

• Lunar Nodes-Horizon Plane (ASC-DSC)

• Pluto angular to the ASC-DSC; sextile the Lunar Node-Merc-Saturn

• Uranus opposite Ceres

• Jupiter-MC

• POF square Saturn

S. Atlantic Map
Mercury Retrograde

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