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Convergence of 5 Planetary Alignments
Triggered Six Large Seismic Events Within Hours

by Frank Hoogerbeets

29 September 2014

On June 23-24, 2014 six earthquakes struck around the Pacific Ocean with magnitudes ranging from 6.0 to 7.9 on the moment magnitude scale. Because of the low seismic activity in June, these earthquakes seemed to have come out of the blue.

DATE (UTC) MAG LOCATION
2014-06-23, 19:19
6,8
KERMADEC ISLANDS, NEW ZEALAND
2014-06-23, 19:22
6,3
KERMADEC ISLANDS, NEW ZEALAND
2014-06-23, 20:06
6,5
KERMADEC ISLANDS, NEW ZEALAND
2014-06-23, 20:53
7,9
RAT ISLANDS, ALEUTIAN ISLANDS
2014-06-23, 21:12
6,0
RAT ISLANDS, ALEUTIAN ISLANDS
2014-06-24, 03:16
6,6
RAT ISLANDS, ALEUTIAN ISLANDS
six large seismic events on June 23-24, 2014

After the intense seismicity in April and a 'cooling down' in May, some real quiet weeks followed without any seismic increase. Even now that we are entering October, there have only been eight earthquakes in all of 2014 with a magnitude 7 or above.

So where did the sudden seismic increase on June 23-24 come from? This is the question I asked myself, which inspired me to do a research into planetary alignments. The results so far, for August and September are here and here respectively. You can also view what planetary alignments are coming in October. Because each obvious planetary alignment since August coincided with a magnitude 6 earthquake, I decided to take a closer look once more at the constellation of planets on June 23. It turned out that no less than five planetary alignments converged on that day!

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In the above image Uranus is not visible on the left, but it is correctly depicted in alignment #1 and #4 below.

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alignment #1: Mars-Earth-Uranus

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alignment #2: Moon-Mercury-Sun

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alignment #3: Moon-Earth-Saturn

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alignment #4: Sun-Venus-Uranus

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alignment #5: Venus-Mercury-Mars

The seismic activity started with three strong earthquakes at the Kermadec Islands, New Zealand, as shown in the table above. New Zealand is in the South Pacific. The activity continued with three subsequent earthquakes near the Rat Islands, Aleutian Islands, which is on the opposite side, in the North Pacific. So something was definitely going on around the Pacific basin..

Following the planetary alignments it turns out that the Moon was facing the Pacific Ocean at the time these earthquakes struck (see image above). This is not a coincidence given the fact that the Moon partook in some serious planetary alignments on that day. It lined up both with Mercury and the Sun (alignment #2) and with Earth-Saturn (alignment #3), while Earth itself had a powerful alignment with Mars and Uranus (alignment #1) and also Saturn (alignment #3). Mercury itself was aligned with Mars and Venus (alignment #5) while Venus was also lined up with Uranus.

My research so far into planetary alignments has shown that four planetary bodies in particular tend to increase seismic activity when in alignment: the Moon (obviously), Mercury, Mars and Uranus. All of them were part of multiple alignments on that day, which apparently caused severe seismic activity on our planet. Venus is also influential, but but according to my research so far, to a lesser degree.

The Moon is of course of great influence, given the fact that it rules the ocean tides and women's menstruation cycle. In general, the Moon greatly affects water on our planet, including in our body which consists of water for more than 70%.

Speaking of planets, it is important to note that Jupiter, the largest planet of our solar system and the balance keeper / neutralizer, was not connected to any of the above mentioned planetary alignments. A connection might have lessened the seismic intensity on our planet on that day.

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