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M6.4 - M6.9

M 0.0 - 6.3
M 6.4 - 6.9
M 7.0 - 7.9
M 8.0 - 9.9
updated 15 July 2018, 20:30 UTC
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The Solar System Geomtry Index (SSGI) is used as an indicator for possible larger seismic activity on Earth. Read the whole story and see examples of large earthquakes in recent history here.

Earthquakes & Electromagnetic Waves

There appears to be a correlation between larger earthquakes - typically over 6 magnitude - and amplified electromagnetic waves in the Solar System.

This video explains in a simple way where these electromagnetic waves come from, when they are being amplified and how it also affects Earth's crust.

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updated 15 July 2018, 14:28 UTC

On the 15th the Moon starts facing the Mercury-Mars electromagnetic resonance, and this may trigger a higher 6 to 7 magnitude earthquake in the coming days.

This planetary geometry is very similar to that of late April 2016 when a M 7.0 occurred in Vanuatu and a M 6.6 along the Northern East Pacific Rise. A comparison is covered in the latest video.

See also the latest video updates.

Strong Mj 6.1 Earthquake Osaka Japan: Hundreds Injured

updated 18 June 2018, 12:37 UTC

TOKYO -- A strong earthquake knocked over walls and set off scattered fires Monday morning around metropolitan Osaka in western Japan. At least three people were killed and more than 300 were injured. A warning was given for Japan, 6 days in advance. Read article

Sakurajima Volcano Japan Erupts

updated 16 June 2018, 22:09 UTC

The Sakurajima volcano in Kagoshima prefecture, southwestern Japan, saw an explosive eruption Saturday morning and no injury has been reported. Read article

Volcano La Cumbre of Fernandina Island in Galapagos Erupts

updated 16 June 2018, 21:33 UTC

The volcano La Cumbre on Fernandina Island entered a new eruption process, said the Directorate of the Galapagos National Park (PNG) on Saturday.

The eruption of this volcano, almost 1,500 meters high, was confirmed this afternoon by the Geophysical Institute (IG) , the organization that earlier reported that the volcano presented seismic agitation, only nine months since its last process. Read article

Earthquake swarm detected under Galeras volcano, Colombia

updated 14 June 2018, 7:19 UTC

Colombian authorities are reporting significantly increased seismic activity under Galeras volcano, one of Colombia's most frequently active volcanos. Increased seismicity was first recorded on May 29 and June 2, 2018. The last eruption of this volcano took place in 2014 (VEI 2). Read article

M 6.9 Hawaii

updated 25 May 2018, 11:32 UTC

A strong earthquake with magnitude 6.9 occurred on the main island of Hawaii on 4 May 2018 at 22:32 UTC, following an intense seismic increase that started on 1 May. The strong tremor was followed by increased volcanic activity with fears of an imminent major eruption.

Hours before the quake struck a warning was issued that a mid 6 magnitude earthquake could strike later on the 4th or on the 5th due to the Moon's alignment with Saturn at 19:29 UTC.

The largest earthquake on record in Hawaii occurred in the same area on 29 November 1975 and had an estimated moment magnitude of 7.4. Since 1938 six earthquakes have occurred in Hawaii with magnitude 6.5 and higher. The previous one had an estimated moment magnitude of 6.7 and occurred on 15 October 2006 on the other side of the main island.

M 7.5 New Guinea, P.N.G.

updated 26 January 2018, 7:13 UTC

An earthquake with magnitude 7.5 struck New Guinea, P.N.G. on 25 February, at 17:44 UTC. This large seismic activity was anticipated because of multiple planetary alignments converging on the same day. An earthquake warning was first given on January 11. A final warning video was uploaded on February 23.

M 7.2 Oaxaca, Mexico

updated 26 February 2018, 7:00 UTC

A magnitude 7.2 earthquake occurred in Oaxaca, Mexico on February 16 at 23:39 UTC. It was the third large earthquake since September to rattle Mexico.

A quake watch was in effect from the 17th to the 20th due to Earth's alignment with the Sun and Mercury. This was given five days in advance. More details are in the earthquake analysis video.

M 7.9 Earthquake in Gulf of Alaska Sooner than Expected

updated 23 January 2018, 21:16 UTC

A large earthquake with magnitude 7.9 shook the Gulf of Alaska on 23 January 2018 at 9:31 UTC. A possible 8+ magnitude earthquake was anticipated in an upcoming critical time-frame, but the large tremor occurred earlier than expected. A detailed analysis of the West and North Pacific was given in a video on 19 January.

Electromagnetic amplifications connected to the large earthquake are explained in a video that was published later on the 23rd.

M 7.1 Southern Peru: Warning Three Days in Advance

updated 16 January 2018, 8:50 UTC

A major magnitude 7.1 earthquake struck near the coast of Southern Peru on January 14 at 9:18 UTC.

A quake watch was issued on January 11, that a high 6 magnitude earthquake could occur between the 13th and 15th.

The night before the major earthquake struck, the forecast on the website was revised to include a possible low magnitude 7 earthquake. For more information watch the earthquake review video.

M 7.6 North of Honduras: Warning Five (Eleven) Days in Advance

updated 11 January 2018, 7:55 UTC

A major magnitude 7.6 earthquake struck on the Caribbean plate North of Honduras on January 10 at 2:51 UTC. A tsunami warning was issued by the USGS.

A first warning was issued on December 31, that maybe a 7 magnitude earthquake would occur between the 7th and 10th.

Another quake watch was issued on January 5 because of the critical planetary geometry from the 7th to the 9th. The forecast specifically mentioned that around the 9th would be most critical with the possibility of a mid to high 6 or even a 7 magnitude earthquake.

A detailed analysis of the planetary geometry and electromagnetic amplifications is covered in a youtube video.

M 7.2 Iran/Iraq Border Region: Warning Four Days in Advance

updated 13 November 2017, 6:15 UTC

A major magnitude 7.2 earthquake struck the Iran/Iraq border region on November 12 at 18:18 UTC. There's been quite some fatalities and also a lot of damage, but fortunately no major city was hit.

Only hours later, at 22:24, a magnitude 5.9 occurred off the coast of Honshu, Japan.

Early on the 13th, at 2:28 UTC (local time 20:28) a powerful magnitude 6.7 earthquake occurred in Costa Rica.

This string of larger earthquakes was forecast four days in advance due to critical planetary geometry, as shown by the SSGI chart.

See also the forecast video.

M 6.8 Tonga: Second Strong Tremor in Four Days

updated 7 November 2017, 6:15 UTC

A magnitude 6.8 earthquake occurred on 4 November at Tonga. A seismic increase was anticipated from the 3rd to the 6th because of a large peak on the SSGI chart on the 3rd and 4th.

It is the second large SSGI peak in a week indicating a possible seismic increase. The previous peak was from 28 to 29 October, and it was followed also by a magnitude 6.8 earthquake, on 31 October. It is very typical for critical planetary geometry to be followed by increased seismic activity with a delay up to two-and-a-half days.

See also the forecast video.

M 6.8 Loyalty Islands: Another Major SSGI Forecast Success

updated 31 October 2017, 7:26 UTC

A magnitude 6.8 earthquake occurred on 31 October Southeast of Loyalty Islands. A seismic increase was anticipated from the 28th to the 30th because of a peak on the SSGI chart on the 28th and 29th.

This is another major forecast success based on critical planetary geometry without planetary alignments. These cases are pretty rare. The first time that this happened since the introduction of SSGI was on 18 August when a large peak was followed by a magnitude 6.7 earthquake in the Ascension Islands Region.

See also the forecast video.

Oaxaca, Mexico Hammered by Magnitude 4+ Earthquakes

updated 17 October 2017, 10:57 UTC

Oaxaca, Mexico is having tons of 4+ quakes since September. It wasn't directly hit by the big quakes, but on September 8, starting with a 5.5 no less than 452 4+ quakes have struck there out of 651 since January. That's about 70% that struck in just over 5 weeks...

M 7.1 State of Puebla, Mexico

updated 20 September 2017, 07:25 UTC

A powerful earthquake struck the state of Puebla, Mexico on September 19. The damaging tremor had an estimated moment magnitude of 7.1 at a depth of 50 kilometers. It was widely felt, also in Mexico City. Mexico was already hit by a magnitude 8.1 earthquake earlier this month. See also the forecast evaluation video.

M 8.1 Offshore Chiapas, Mexico

updated 8 September 2017, 10:36 UTC

A major earthquake struck offshore Chiapas, Mexico early on September 8. The tremor had an estimated moment magnitude of 8.1. This seismic increase was expected and warnings were issued seven days in advance. See also the explanation video.

M 6.7 Ascension Islands Region Major SSGI Forecast Success

updated 18 August 2017, 12:05 UTC

See also the video update.

A magnitude 6.7 earthquake occurred on 18 August at the Ascension Islands. This larger seismic activity was expected for the 16th-17th because of an amplification showing on the SSGI chart on the 15th and 16th.

This is a major forecast success because there were no planetary alignments in the solar system since 5 August.

The SSGI chart was developed in the last week of July and the first two weeks of August. Its algorithm is based on observations and analyses of large earthquakes and planetary configurations in the last three years.

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Only 11 M7+ Earthquakes in 16 Months

From February 2017 to June 2018, only 11 magnitude 7+ earthquakes occurred according to the EMSC. While statistically this is much lower than the average of 20 days, how well did we forecast them? Download the pdf file in order to find out if we reached our goal of 80%!

Recent Earthquakes
M6+ by category:

M 6.0
15 July 2018, 1:57 UTC
Gulf of Aden

M 7.0
29 March 2018, 21:25 UTC
New Britain Region, P.N.G.

M 8.1
8 September 2017, 04:49 UTC
Offshore Chiapas, Mexico

Strong Earthquakes at North Pole

Two magnitude 5.7 earthquakes occurred at the North Pole on 28 October 2017 at 16:14 and 16:16 UTC according to the NEIC. The tremors, pretty rare in this area, were then followed by a magnitude 6.0 earthquake on the same day at 19:11 UTC. This seismic increase coincided with critical planetary geometry according to the SSGI.

First M 7+ Earthquake in 175 Days

A major earthquake with magnitude 7.7 occurred in the Komandorskiye Ostrova Region on 17 July 2017. The powerful tremor occurred at 23:34 following a magnitude 6.2 in the same location earlier on the day. It is the first magnitude 7+ earthquake in 175 days. The previous one - a magnitude 7.9 - occurred on 22 January. On the 16th a forecast video was uploaded stating that a 6+ and possibly a 7+ magnitude earthquake was expected between the 16th and 18th of July.

M 5.8 Earthquake in Montana

A moderate to strong earthquake with magnitude 5.8 occurred in Montana on 6 July 2017 at 6:30 UTC. It is the first magnitude 5.6+ earthquake in the region since 1983. It follows a seismic increase that was observed in Yellowstone in June. Some notable signs of building pressure in the Northwestern part of the USA were observed on 26 and 27 June.

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