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  M 8.6 earthquake Crete

last updated 5 November 2020

On 21 July 365 a great earthquake occurred at the Southwest coast of the island Crete in the Mediterranean. Based on the amount of uplift of western Crete, the estimated minimum magnitude is 8.5. According to the Roman historian Ammianus Marcellinus the shaking started slightly after daybreak.

An analysis with Solpage shows that from 8 to 17 July 5 planetary alignments occurred, three of which included Earth, starting on the 11th. On the 18th lunar geometry went up to 16 on the SSGI index. That's when the Moon started to make critical geometry, in particular with the outer planets, all of which were involved in alignments since the 8th. Lastly, the earthquake occurred around Full Moon, which may have contributed to this great seismmic event.

planets Mercury-Sun-Mars 365-07-08, 7:44:32 2°49'27"
Venus-Mercury-Jupiter 365-07-08, 12:53:49 111°02'58"
Earth-Mercury-Uranus 365-07-11, 11:03:52 148°23'25"
Mercury-Earth-Neptune 365-07-14, 2:04:57 332°48'13"
Mars-Earth-Saturn 365-07-17, 3:07:44 233°43'24" (major role)

Moon
Earth: Moon-Saturn 365-07-18, 2:02:30 45°00'00"
Earth: Moon-Mars 365-07-18, 3:07:56 135°00'00"
Earth: Moon-Uranus 365-07-18, 11:31:06 135°00'00"
Earth: Moon-Neptune 365-07-18, 18:46:17 45°00'00"
Moon: Earth-Sun 365-07-21, 10:48:08 0°00'00" (Full Moon)

SSGI chart 8-22 July 365
critical planetary geometry 8-17 July 365 followed by high lunar peaks

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