Earthquake Watch Dec 2-3, 2011
This is a Planetary Alignment Earthquake watch video, program used in this Heliocentric visual representation is Simsolarv2.0 and solar system scope
One significant alignment plays a major role during these days with Sun-Mercury-Sun. It is possible that we may have a significant 6.3-6.6 Magnitude earthquake.
Possible locations that could be at risk for this event are 23-28° and 41-44° South Latitude based on solar analysis. best fit locations are Christchurch New Zealand. Antofagasta Chile or Santiago Del Estero Argentina
This is my own analysis using Heliocentric Imagery, geocentric portrait and harmonic translations to predict possible effects here on earth, i do not use astrology in my methods and research.
Results will be annotated as the end of this video
Solar System Scope Website: solarsystemscope.com
Solar Activity: Double CME Eruptions, C4.9 Class Flares – November 22, 2011
The sun is criss-crossed with magnetic filaments and plasma clouds. With more than half a dozen spots scattered across the face of the sun, the sunspot number is high. Nevertheless, solar activity remains low. None of the sun’s so-called “active regions” are actually producing any strong flares. But that could change in the days ahead..
Strong M6.6 Earthquake rattled Bolivia – November 22, 2011
On November 22, 2011 a strong 6.6-magnitude earthquake rattled Bolivia on Tuesday, but the epicenter was deep underground and there were no immediate reports of damage or casualties.
The USGS initially gave the quake a 6.7 magnitude but later revised its reading downwards. The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center also gave the all-clear, saying that no destructive waves had formed off the Chilean and Peruvian coasts.
|Depth||533.3 km (331.4 miles)|
|Distances||60 km (37 miles) SSW of Trinidad, Bolivia
251 km (155 miles) NNE of Cochabamba, Bolivia
342 km (212 miles) NW of Santa Cruz, Bolivia
350 km (217 miles) ENE of LA PAZ, Bolivia
|Location Uncertainty||horizontal +/- 15.6 km (9.7 miles); depth +/- 8.9 km (5.5 miles)|
|Parameters||NST=745, Nph=749, Dmin=340.6 km, Rmss=0.69 sec, Gp= 22°,
M-type=regional moment magnitude (Mw), Version=8
California – Highway slides into the Ocean – November 20, 2011
And on November 20, 2011 a spectacular landslide took place in California, United States. Due to heavy rains a portion of a highway crashed into the ocean. Almost 300 meters of highway disappeared into the ocean.
A section of Paseo Del Mar in the San Pedro area that for months had been creeping toward the ocean collapsed as a storm struck, L.A. Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa said in a statement. In recent weeks the section had been moving at about 4 inches a day.
No victims were recorded because the highway, situated south of Los Angeles, was closed for months, after the appearance of the dangerous cracks after some torrential rain.
Authorities recommended locals to avoid what’s left of the road because new landslides are possible at any time.
Hurricane Kenneth a Record Cat 4 – November 22, 2011
“Hurricane Kenneith is the strongest tropical cyclone ever recorded in the East Pacific Basin so late in the season. The Atlantic storm system should remain non tropical.”