Mw 7.8 Alaska Peninsula

updated 1 June 2021

On 22 July 2020 a major earthquake occurred at the Alaska Peninsula at a depth of 30km. The seismic event occurred at 06:12:44 UTC and had an estimated moment magnitude (Mw) 7.8. On 22 July 2020 at 6:12:44 UTC a major earthquake occurred in the Alaska Peninsula region. The earthquake had an estimated moment magnitude (Mw) of 7.8.

Two planetary alignments occurred on the 20th involving Venus, Mars and Earth. Just hours later, early on the 21st, the Sun-Mercury-Neptune alignment greatly added to the amplified electromagnetic energy already generated on the 20th. Lunar geometry peaked 16 and 11 virtually at the same time, partially due to the New Moon, i.e. the Moon's alignment with the Sun, which occurred as Earth lined up with the Sun and Saturn. Three WPG peaks on the 17th and 18th preceded the critical geometry on the 20th and 21st. Warnings were issued as early as 18 July because of a critical convergence of planetary and lunar geometry around the 20th, which was estimated to trigger larger seismic activity, potentially reaching mid to high 7 magnitude from the 20th to the 23rd.

Sun-Venus-Mars           2020-07-20, 11:18:58  327°17'04"
Sun-Earth-Saturn         2020-07-20, 22:14:32  298°21'19"
Sun-Mercury-Neptune      2020-07-21,  3:54:28  348°56'20"

Earth-Moon-Sun           2020-07-20, 16:56:06  118°08'39"
Moon-Earth-Saturn        2020-07-20, 17:19:52  298°22'13"

SSGI chart 17-23 July 2020
convergence of critical planetary and lunar geometry 20 July 2020

atmospheric electricity
atmospheric electricity predominantly in a 4 mV band (1413-1417 mV) 19-23 July 2020


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