Published on Jun 13, 2019
Please Subscribe, Like, ring the Bell (for updates) and share this video report with others. Seismic event indicators say Earth has entered the first Earth-change Lull Period for the 2019 Earth orbit cycle relative to the Black Star positioned in the Libra Constellation relative to the Sun. Seismic-event-total values for Week 16 show a relatively small activity bounce for the 2.5-to-4 and 5-mag quake events three weeks into the current earth-change lull period that will run to the middle of August 2019. This 6.3 Japan Quake (USGS) is the only 6+magnitude earthquake event to strike anywhere on Earth since June 1, 2019 with none showing up on EQuake3D for the last seven days. Seismic-event values are expected to bounce up and down with minimum values showing up in Week 25 in anticipation of the powerful electromagnetic Jolt projected for Week 26 leading to another flurry of big-quake activity like we saw last year on Earth moves beyond outside-orbital position relative to the Sun and Black Star. Again, Earth began the 2019 Earth orbit cycle relative to the Black Star in the third week of February 2019, when our planet reached the 90-degree position represented by the golden-yellow line (Outside-orbital Position) at the left-center location. Earth began moving towards the Black Star in natural orbit around the Sun to reach the Nearside Alignment position (top of diagram) to pass between the two stars on May 14th representing the peak of earth-change activity, which initiated Earth move “away” from the Black Star ushering in the current earth-change lull period. Earth will reach the Outside-orbital Position line (left center) in Week 25-26, when our planet reaches the 90-degree position relative to the Sun and Black Star to receive another powerful electromagnetic Jolt bringing a new round of large-magnitude earthquake events moving through September 2019. Earth will move through a mini-lull period in October and likely early November, until earth-change activity again intensifies as Earth moves behind the Sun relative to the Black Star with the first of many large-magnitude earthquake events scheduled to strike in the first-to-second week of December 2019. Three deep-quake harmonic tremors struck on the Fiji-side (four last week, four the previous week and two the week before that: lower left) of the Indonesia-Fiji Seismic-Volcanic Origination Zone reducing deep-magma-plume-wave action along Buoyancy-barrier Corridor 2. Seismic activity in Cascadia and the Mexico West Coast has disappeared completely reduced earthquake activity in Central America. The 5.5 Philippines Quake (USGS) struck near the top of Earth mantle transition zone (Wiki), with sufficient depth to generate magma-upwelling scenarios that trigger new-volcanic eruption and related earthquake tremor events in the region along Corridor 1. This is the first week in recent memory that a deep-quake event did not strike under Japan working to reduce magma-wave energy coursing through Corridor 1 and particularly Corridor 3 that has shown robust seismic activity moving through the current earth-change lull period so far moving through the current lull period. All the evidence points to a sharp reduction in Black Star-induced electromagnetic energy entering our planet now that Earth is moving away from the Black Star with increased orbital velocity in natural orbit around the Sun. Project supporters for Week 23 of 2019 include Scott subscribing to the Newsletter-Survival Group Programs at the website. Michael, Christine, Regina, and Nathan made their 2019 subscription payments as longtime supporters of the research with Scott joining the Aussie Survival Group Program. Read the Full Report and related articles, by subscribing to Terral’s 2019 Newsletter Program at https://www.terral03.com/ for 25 dollars per year. Subscribe to the Newsletter-Survival Group Program for 50 dollars per year at the website. Subscribe today and get the eBook-version of The Mystery Explained with 80 color-coded diagrams helping you see God’s wisdom hidden in plain sight for free. Watch the Subscriber Benefits Video for more information. Get additional information at email@example.com.