Terral’s reply (05.08.2018):Hi Terral - I am looking forward to the 15th…. people will be blown away. Anything we should be paying attention to right now leading up to the interview? Steve
Thank you for writing. We are watching Earth closely for testimony about the earth-change peak anticipated for May 15, 2018. You can see Kilauea acting up from deep magma plume activity, which is the case with the Gulf of Mexico quake at the 10-kilometer depth. Deep earthquake events are now striking more on the Indonesia side of the Seismic-volcanic Origination Zone sending deep magma plume energy up through Japan, Kamchatka and east through the Aleutians where another Alaska Quake (like last year) may be in the cards. However, Earth is about to pass the Black Star in natural orbit around the Sun for all of this seismic-volcanic activity to fall off the table moving through late May and through the summer months.
The important thing to realize is that the investigation has four-key marker positions with two at the alignments (nearside coming and backside in late November) and two at the 90-degree position in the solar system with the first coming in late February 2018 and the second coming in late August. We are watching carefully to identify the high-water mark of earth-change activity to see if the date falls on May 15th, or earlier on May 11th, 12th, etc... The earth-change peak coming early means the Black Star moved more-slowly left in the orbit diagram/solar system than forecasted by the predictive modeling, which would add another Earth orbit cycle to the May 20, 2019 current projection date. Then, if we move through May 15, 2018 and the earth-change activity continues climbing higher with more Gulf of Mexico quakes, Yellowstone activity increasing and Kilauea activity going ballistic, then the Black Star is already here, and Earth will be vulnerable to a magnetically-induced geological pole shift here in May 2018.
The global economic/geopolitical/political environment says 2018 is not the 'event' year, so I am anticipating a nearside-alignment quake event between May 12 and May 15, 2018 pointing to a May 20, 2019 'event' (if on the 15th), or May 20, 2020 (if on the 12th); but generally we have to use hindsight (standing in early June) for determining the actual peak of earth-change activity for gathering the data for updating the predictive modeling.
This article is posted in the Featured Section of Terral's 2018 Newsletter Issue 19.
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