Mw 6.8 Alaska Peninsula
updated 29 May 2021 UTC

On 29 May 2015 a strong earthquake occurred at the Alaska Peninsula. The seismic event occurred at 07:00:08 UTC and had an estimated moment magnitude (Mw) 6.8.

On 29 April Ditrianum uploaded a video with a warning that around 28 May 2015 would be very critical and that seismic activity could potentially reach magnitude 9. The West coast of North America was specifically mentioned, but without scientific reason. This earthquake was the result of very critical geometry that was recognized - even at the time - without the SSGI models, the first of which was introduced in August 2017.

Three planetary alignments, among which the highly critical Earth-Mercury-Mars alignment that also preceded the Nepal earthquake a month earlier, occurred before this seismic increase, which turned out to be a precursor to a much larger earthquake a day later. See also the report above.

While lunar geometry was only high on the 26th (geometry index 12), it coincided with a WPG peak that was followed by two more on the 27th, which was when planetary alignments also began to occur.

Earth-Mercury-Mars       2015-05-27, 10:22:30   70°32'11"
Sun-Mercury-Saturn       2015-05-28,  2:35:18  241°34'23"
Venus-Sun-Uranus         2015-05-28, 19:24:51   16°48'38"
Venus-Mercury-Neptune    2015-05-29, 21:55:22  338°30'12"
Sun-Mercury-Earth        2015-05-30, 16:48:45  248°45'28"
SSGI chart
SSGI depiction of planetary (PG) and lunar (LG) geometry


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