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Article Posted in January 6, 2009
Article updated Feb 14, 2009
The following is an "Astronomical Earthgrid Spacetime Mapping" exploration of a few earthquakes reaching Magnitude 7.6 in Papua, Indonesia as we approach the second Saturn-Uranus opposition occurring in mid-February 2009.
Also aspecting Saturn and Uranus are Eris, Varuna, Quaoar, and Sedna--all creating a significant harmonic geometry. This article reveals the significant role of the Saturn-Uranus-Eris-Varuna-Sedna geometry in relation to these specific strong Earthgrid resonances. This article also demonstrates the efficacy of "Astronomical Earthgrid Spacetime Mapping."
This article is a companion to the Yellowstone Earthquake Cluster (which unexpectedly started on the December 27, 2008 New Moon; and which also revealed the role of the Saturn-Uranus-Eris-Varuna-Quaoar-Sedna geometry.
In addition to the Papua quakes discussed below, another set of large earthquakes began after the Paupa seismic cluster on February 11, 2009 17:34:52 GMT with a 7.0 quake in the KEPULAUAN TALAUD, INDONESIA Region. Several large quakes continued through February 13, 2009. I have not had time to map these quakes like the Papua quakes below, other than briefly looking at the first 7.0 quake. It proved to fit the same astronomical earthgrid spacetime mapping criteria set forth in this article—with the Saturn Uranus opposition as a principal culprit creating the resonance at the exact time and location of the seismicity.
USGS Data: Region: KEPULAUAN TALAUD, INDONESIA Geographic coordinates: 3.873N, 126.408E Magnitude: 7.0 Mw Depth: 35 km Universal Time (UTC): 11 Feb 2009 17:34:52
For those wanting to map these quakes, here is a partial list:
KEPULAUAN TALAUD, INDONESIA Earthquakes
The illustration below shows the lower 10 degree corner of the 2009 Graphic Ephemeris. It reveals the crecscendo leading into the point of resonance between Uranus, Earth and Saturn as Uranus and Saturn make the second of their five oppositions, which occurs just before the February lunar eclipse (the shaded red area leading into where the Uranus and Saturn lines cross). Also shown are Eris, Varuna and Quaoar, all of which are around 24-26 degrees in their respective signs, and also aspecting the Saturn-Uranus opposition. This suggests a potential increase in global seismic activity building into the February lunar eclipse. All of these planets and the two full moons remain within a 3° orb throughout this period.
Notice that in early January, Uranus, Varuna, and Quaoar all reside around 24.5 ° of their respective signs, triggered by the Sun opposing Varuna just before the January Full Moon. (The Sun-Earth-Varuna alignment also marks the start of a new Earth-Varuna synodic cycle.)
As Saturn and Uranus approach their exact opposition near the February lunar eclipse, Saturn and Uranus also approach the exact longitude of Eris (all in their respective signs). Thus the three are coalescing an exact geometric (relationship)--creating a harmonic intensification. Mars and Venus act as triggers to this entire geometry in later January, at the time of the Jan 26 Total Solar Eclipse (not shown in this section of the ephemeris). Chiron then joins in at the crescendo of this aspect during the Mercury station occurring in early February.
The discussion that follows is based on the principles presented in the "Astronomical Earthgrid Spacetime Mapping Introduction," which explains various terms used (local cross, angles, lunar and aspect crescendos, etc.) as well as the hierarchy of astronomical conditions to look for while mapping. You may wish to explore the introduction before delving in below.
The table below-left lists the larger earthquakes occurring around the globe over the first part of January 2009. This is also the time of the "Yellowstone Earthquake Cluster." The significant astronomical alignments (aspects) occurring during this period are also listed in the table. These planetary aspects are occurring for the entire Earth, they are not location specific, so this table alone gives us only an idea of the significant aspects that may be in play. We must examine individual charts for each spacetime (seismic) event to identify the culprit harmonic geometries. As we do, we can see the primary triggers for each event, those that continually maintain over a period of time for a given geographical area, as well as if they are building (potentially leading into a larger geophysical event), or if they are dispersing.
Four Charts are presented below for the Papua, Indonesia Earthquakes: Magnitudes: 7.6, 5.6, 7.4, and 5.9, all of which occurred in the 24-hour Crescendo of the First Quarter Moon.
Papua, New Guinea resides just north of Australia, near the equator and lies in the eastern part of Indonesia, which consists of over 18,000 islands-- considered to be one of the most stunning destinations on our planet. Indonesia forms the largest archipelago on Earth with about 400 volcanoes of which nearly a quarter of those are active.
At magnitude 7.6. the first greater than 7.0 quake kicks off 2009 with a classic astronomical earthgrid planetary configuration for this spacetime moment. The location's meridian plane aligns perfectly with Saturn and Uranus, with Saturn exactly on the mid-heaven and Uranus on the IC. Square to Saturn and Uranus is Quaoar on the ASC--and thus the Local Cross aspects the entire geometry created by Saturn, Uranus, Quaoar, Juno, Neptune, Eris, Varuna and Sedna. The Moon is in its crescendo (typical of strong events) approaching First Quarter. The Moon also lies nearly at a perfect 90° harmonic from Mars, which recently conjoined Pluto just after the New Moon. The POF (the spacetime harmonic relating the lunar phase partile and the event horizon) exactly aspects Pluto to within 0° 01'--and thus with the Earth's "Precessional Cross" (another example of the tie-in between the Local Cross and the Precessional Cross). Notice also Mercury is aspecting the harmonic mid-point of Mars-Pluto; and Pluto is aspecting at the harmonic mid-point of Jupiter and Mercury, which also recently conjoined. Notice also the Sun-Ceres 120° aspect--Ceres just past the MC. It is very common for Ceres to be involved in geophysical events, as mentioned in the "Yellowstone Earthquake Cluster." Ceres, the Mother Asteroid, recently and most appropriately has been placed in the Dwarf Planet category--this alludes to why. Ideal astronomical earthgrid harmonics catalyze this 7.6 quake.
A lesser quake of magnitude 5.6 occurs two hours later and just before another larger 7.4 quake. I present this one to show the contrast of alignments compared to the larger quakes. Although the horizon plane's ASC approaches conjunction with Juno, syncing in with the entire Saturn-Uranus geometry, most of the planets in that geometry lie a couple of degrees earlier at their respective locations (24°-25°), with the Juno-ASC being the only aspect in a crescendo (approaching aspect). Juno, Neptune and Saturn are the only primary alignments here, tied in by Juno-ASC resonance. It is all a bit askew compared to the succinct alignments obvious in the first 7.6 quake chart. The Moon has past its harmonic with Mars as well; and the POF is not locked in, in any significant way.
Resonances pick up quickly, within an hour of the previous 5.6 quake, the Earth rotates slightly, several degrees further such that the meridian squares the Lunar Nodes - bang, a 7.4 quake. The Moon, still in its First Quarter crescendo is also approaching aspect to the Lunar Nodes-meridian geometry (another crescendo). Note Mercury on the ASC, mid-point to Mars-Pluto.
Again we have the Local Cross alignments tapering off somewhat, but still producing a 5.9 earthquake. The MC is approaching Uranus; with the MC-Uranus alignment squaring the horizon plane (ASC-DSC). Most significantly, Ceres resides on the IC along with the POF--within five hours of First Quarter Moon. (The POF would be exactly 90° from the ASC on the First Quarter Moon.) In addition, the Moon is approaching aspect to the Ceres meridian alignment.
In Summary: It is easy to see how the aspects in each scenario are proportional with the quake magnitudes. The first 7.6 quake's compounded alignments are perfect for a strong earthgrid resonance. The second set of aspects is weak with the 5.6 quake. The third set, with the Lunar Nodes square the meridian is more significant; and the final quake reduces to a 5.9, but with aspects more significant than the second and weakest quake of the four.
The pertinent questions at this point are: Will there be in intensification of seismic activity on the globe through the February Lunar Eclipse; and if so, where? Without extensive mapping at a global level, this question is not easily answered.
In addition to the Mars-Venus triggers to the Saturn-Uranus-Eris-Varuna-Sedna geometry occurring in mid-to late January; a few other things to consider are: The January 10-11 Full Moon (Sun-Earth-Moon alignment) directly aspects this geometry. In addition this is a Lunar Perigee Full Moon (Moon closest to the Earth). Thus, an extremely potent dynamic occurs leading into this Full Moon. At the same time (Jan 11) Mercury begins its retrograde conjoining the North Lunar Node--a significant trigger point. The Total Solar Eclipse of January 26, 2009 nests within the stellium (grouping) of planets gathering in mid-sidereal Capricorn. Following is the Lunar Eclipse of February 9 directly aspecting the Saturn-Uranus opposition, and occuring at the culmination of the Saturn-Uranus opposition.
Seismic Data USGS: http://earthquake.usgs.gov/eqcenter/
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