Astronomical Earthgrid Spacetime Mapping of the
Mexico Coast 8.1 Earthquake September 8, 2017
with Hurricane Irma Updates

Nick Anthony Fiorenza

Mexico Coast 8.1 Earthquake

Occurring in the August 21, 2017 Total Eclipse Lunar Cycle

Mexico Coast 8.1 Earthquake map.

Time: September 8, 2017 04:49:21 UTC
(Local Time: Sept 7, 10:49:21 PM CST)
Location: 15.068°N 93.715°W
Depth: 69.7 km depth

Ref: USGS Earthquake page.

Ceres is most often prominent in charts associated with environmental changes or geophysical events. This Earthquake occurs in the peak of the Ceres Jupiter-Haumea Eris (Uranus) T-Square (with Saturn, Chiron and Sedna), with this entire geometry aspecting the Lunar Nodes. The epicenter's meridian (the MC-IC axis in the chart below) aligns exactly with Lunar Nodes. Additional critical alignments can also be seen in the chart. The Total Eclipse path in America initiated this lunar cycle and established strong telluric currents for the North American continent. This Leo North Node Solar Eclipse fulfills the Annular South Node Solar Eclipse of February 26, 2017, which occurred in aquatic Aquarius. The Full Moon of this lunar cycle conjoins Poseidon (Neptune), also in Aquarius. All of these conditions create optimal geophysical resonances—the perfect storm of planetary configurations—continuing throughout this lunar cycle for potential significant geophysical events—seismic related and water/weather related.

Additional events occurring in this lunar cycle and within the T-Square include Hurricane Harvey, which hit the Texas coast and devastating Category 5 Hurricane Irma, which is in process at the time of this writing, devastating the Caribbean. Additionally there are about 65 prominent wildfires occuring in the United States and more in Canada.

To learn more about the geophysical mapping of astronomical alignments see the Earthgrid Seismic Mapping home page (link below).

Hurricane Irma map

(September 8 Map update)

Wildfire-smoke satellite image.

NASA Rapid Response Modis Image. Sept 4, 2017 (Notice smoke in jet stream blowing west to east.)


Aug 25-29, 2017: Hurricane Harvey made landfall at Rockport Texas. The category four hurricane hit with winds in the eyewall between 115 and 130 mph, and with some areas receiving more than 40 inches of rain in less than 48 hours. (Hurricane Harvey www.weather.gov)

Sept 6, 2017: Hurricane Irma, the most powerful Atlantic storm in a decade, devastates the Caribbean. French, British and Dutch military authorities have deployed aid—including warships and planes equipped with food, water and troops—to their territories. The category five hurricane, the highest possible level, has sustained wind speeds reaching 300km/h (185mph).

September 8 Update: The path has now shifted more northward, heading toward Miami, Florida. Although downgraded to a Category 4, more than 1/2 million people are ordered to evacuate with projections that southern Florida may be uninhabitable for weeks or months according to the US National Weather Service.

September 9 Update: Irma hit the Sabana-Camaguey Archipelago late on Friday, and Cuba on Saturday morning. It is expected to strengthen again as it approaches Florida. In Florida, 5.6 million people, or 25% of the US state's population, have been told to leave as the storm approaches.

Ref: National Hurricane Centre: Irma Updates

The Mexico 8.1 Earthquake chart with the Ceres T-square to Jupiter-Haumea and Eris.
September 2017 Ceres T-Square critical planetary geometry.

Prominent Planetary Alignments

The sustained planetary aspects with Lunar Nodes is the critical geometry to watch throughout this several week period (specifically the Ceres T-Square with the Jupiter-Haumea opposition to Uranus Eris, with Saturn, etc.). It will create strong geophysical resonances whenever it becomes angular; i.e., aspecting a location's horizon plane and/or meridian (ASC-DSC / MC-IC). Referring to the event chart above, note the geometry's aspect with the location's MC-IC, specifically the tight Lunar Nodes alignment with the meridian (MC-IC) within a fraction of a degree, and with Haumea-Jupiter on the location's Vertex. (The Vertex is one of the two nodes where the location's Prime Vertical intersects the ecliptic.) Note the Moon's inconjunct aspect with the Lunar Phase Partile (POF), also within a degree. Mercury also triggers the eclipse location. (Mercury, and sometimes Mars, conjoining an eclipse location soon after an eclipse often triggers events of some type.)

To learn more about seismic mapping, see the Earthgrid Mapping home page (link below).

The Map below shows the locational cartography for the August 21 Eclipse with the 8.1 Earthquake and the paths of Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma.

Eclipse-Cartography and Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, and the Mexico 8.1 Earthquake.

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