Seismic event indicators say Earth is moving through the second Earth-change Lull Period (ending February 14, 2020) for the 2019 Earth orbit cycle relative to the Black Star positioned between the Sun and Libra Constellation. The 7.1 Indonesia Quake (USGS) from November 14, 2019 is the predicted Earth-Sun-Black Star Backside-alignment Quake Event (B) projected to strike when Earth passed behind the Sun relative to the Black Star positioned between the Sun and Libra Constellation. Earth has seen this single 7-mag quake event in the last 186 days, when historically one strikes every 20.27 (info = 18 per year) days. Earth saw four new-volcanic-eruption events (3, 3, 4, 3, 2, 5, 5, 4, 4, 3, 1, 2, 3, 5, 4, 1, 1, 5, 6, 7, 7 for the previous 20 weeks) with one (Krakataua) erupting in the Indonesia-Fiji Seismic-volcanic Origination Zone. The Japan new volcanic event (Kirisimayama) and the Philippines event (Taal) erupted along Buoyancy-barrier Corridor 1 with volcanic activity subsiding in the Aleutians and Russia to the north for the second week in a row. The Ecuador new volcanic eruption event (Fernandina) struck along Corridor 2 from deep magma-wave action triggered by harmonic tremors (deep quakes) striking under Fiji. Earth is showing the signs of moving through the current earth-change lull period, as Earth is moving away from the Black Star in orbit around the Sun. That fact that we have seen only one of the 7-magnitude earthquake events in more than six months now (since July 14, 2019) is troubling making me wonder if we are seeing the quiet before something big coming over the horizon.