Published on May 30, 2019
Please Subscribe, Like, Ring the Bell (for updates) and share this video report with others. Subscribe to the Newsletter-Survival Group Programs and get more information at https://www.terral03.com . 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. Year-over-year weekly seismic-event values for Week 14 show two of the 7+ magnitude earthquake events (2014) with three of the 6-magnitude earthquake events that is just above the weekly year-over-year-event average (2.2) Twenty-five of the 5-mag quake events is right at the Week 14 average (26) with one-hundred ninty-seven of the 2.5-to-4 mag quake events being well below the weekly-year-over-year-event average (236.5) even removing the 524 value for 2018, when the Hawaii mantle plume connection was made to the Deep Magma Plume Formation. The evidence today says the recent 7.5 New Guinea Quake is the predicted nearside-alignment quake event (NG) with the 8.0 Peru Quake (NE) striking when Earth passed between the Sun and Anomaly Vortex for the 2019 Earth orbit cycle relative to the Black Star positioned between the Sun and Libra Constellation. Four deep-quake harmonic tremors struck on the Fiji-side (two last week last week and five the prior week: lower left) of the Indonesia-Fiji Seismic-Volcanic Origination Zone increasing deep-magma-plume-wave action along Buoyancy-barrier Corridor 2 and triggering increased seismic activity in Cascadia and along the Mexico West Coast. Look to the lower right to see increased seismic activity at the elbow-position of Buoyancy-barrier Corridor 2 expected to subside over the coming weeks, as Earth moves through the current earth-change lull period. The 4.7 Indonesia 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. The Oklahoma-Kansas Quake Swarm Area sees reduced activity with two events all week including this 3.1 Quake (USGS and News report) striking on Sunday the 26th five hours after the 8.0 Peru Quake. Earth saw four new-volcanic-eruption events in the last seven days (six last week) with one erupting in the Indonesia-Fiji Seismic-Volcanic Origination Zone (Sinabung: Sumatra; on map) west of the where the 7.1 Papua Quake just struck on May 06, 2019. The Japan (Hakoneyama) and new-volcanic-eruption event (like Sarychev Peak, Matua Island; Russia ) struck along Buoyancy-barrier Corridor 1, from magma upwelling from recent deep-earthquake-event activity. The Mexico event (Colima) struck along Corridor 2 near the convergence area of Corridors 2A and 2B where magma displacement is taking place from harmonic tremors originating under Fiji. The highest-weekly value we have seen for the 2019 orbit cycle (six) came in Week 13 last week, as Earth was passing between the Sun and inbound Black Star in preparation of interacting with the Anomaly Vortex. This weekly-total value is expected to decrease in the coming weeks moving through the current earth-change lull period that runs to the end of August 2019. Project supporters for Week 22 of 2019 include Brian subscribing to the Newsletter-Survival Group Programs at the website. Frank, Stuart, Wayne, and Ryan made their 2019 subscription payments as longtime supporters of the research. 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 firstname.lastname@example.org.