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Current Seismic Indicator

M 6.0 - M 6.9

M 0.0 - 5.9
M 6.0 - 6.9
M 7.0 - 7.9
M 8.0 - 9.9
updated 22 August 2017, 06:39 UTC
Planetary Alignments
(heliocentric observation time UTC)

2017-08-20, 5:56:09

2017-08-22, 0:33:19

2017-08-22, 0:47:55

2017-08-26, 20:35:26

data generated by Solpage
Lunar Alignments
(heliocentric observation time UTC)

(New Moon, Solar Eclipse)

2017-08-21, 18:13:03

2017-08-22, 9:23:50

2017-08-22, 18:58:09

2017-08-25, 15:06:37
2017-08-26, 5:13:16

data generated by Solpage

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Earthquake Forecast

updated 22 August 2017, 06:41 UTC

Two planetary alignments today may cause a seismic increase in the next three days. A higher 6 to 7 magnitude earthquake is possible.

See also the latest seismic update videos.

M 6.7 Ascension Islands Region is Major Forecast Success

updated 18 August 2017, 12:05 UTC

See also the video update.

A magnitude 6.7 earthquake occurred this morning at the Ascension Islands. This larger seismic activity was expected for the 16th-17th because of an amplification showing on the SSGI chart on the 15th and 16th.

This is a major forecast success because there were no planetary alignments in the solar system since August 5, so there was not much to go by.

The SSGI chart was developed in the last week of July and the first two weeks of August. Its algorithm is based on observations and analyses of large earthquakes and planetary configurations in the last three years.

M 6.4 Southern Sumatra, Indonesia

updated 13 August 2017, 18:11 UTC

Early on the 13th a magnitude 6.4 earthquake occurred off the coast of Southern Sumatra. A warning for this time-frame was issued days in advance because of a peak on the SSGI chart.

M 6.2 Mindoro, Philippines

updated 12 August 2017, 15:19 UTC

A deep, strong earthquake with magnitude 6.2 occurred in Mindoro, Philippines on 11 August 2017. It came a day after a deep magnitude 5 earthquake struck the Philippines more to the South. See also the explanation video.

M 6.3 Northern Xinjiang, China

updated 9 August 2017, 11:07 UTC

A second strong tremor struck on 8 August 2017, also in China. The magnitude 6.3 earthquake occurred at 23:27 UTC in Northern Xinjiang, about ten hours after a magnitude 6.5 struck in the Sichuan-Gansu Border Region. See also the explanation video.

M 6.5 Sichuan-Gansu Border Region, China

updated 8 August 2017, 19:34 UTC

A 6.5 magnitude earthquake occurred in the Sichuan-Gansu Border Region, China on 8 August 2017 at 13:19 UTC. While a magnitude 6.5 earthquake was anticipated between 5 and 7 August using SSGI, the tremor actually occurred one day later, about two-and-a-half days after the Sun-Mercury-Saturn alignment and an aditional em-amplification. See also the explanation video.

M 6.6 Dodecanese Islands, Turkey Border Region

updated 20 July 2017, 23:03 UTC

A strong earthquake with magnitude 6.6 occurred in the Dodecanese Islands, Turkey Border Region late on the 20th of July 2017.

The earthquake occurred hours before the Jupiter-Sun-Uranus alignment. Because of this alignment, a warning was issued for a possible magnitude 7+ earthquake.

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Recent Earthquakes
M6+ by category:

M 6.7
18 August 2017, 2:59 UTC
Ascension Islands Region

M 7.7
17 July 2017, 23:34 UTC
Komandorskiye Ostrova Region

M 8.3
16 September 2015, 22:54 UTC
Offshore Coquimbo, Chile

First M 7+ Earthquake in 177 Days

A major earthquake with magnitude 7.7 occurred in the Komandorskiye Ostrova Region on 17 July 2017. The powerful tremor occurred at 23:34 following a magnitude 6.2 in the same location earlier on the day. It is the first magnitude 7+ earthquake in 177 days. The previous one - a magnitude 7.9 - occurred on 22 January. On the 16th a forecast video was uploaded stating that a 6+ and possibly a 7+ magnitude earthquake was expected between the 16th and 18th of July.

M 5.8 Earthquake in Montana

A moderate to strong earthquake with magnitude 5.8 occurred in Montana on 6 July 2017 at 6:30 UTC. It is the first magnitude 5.6+ earthquake in the region since 1983. It follows a seismic increase that was observed in Yellowstone in June. Some notable signs of building pressure in the Northwestern part of the USA were observed on 26 and 27 June.

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