Mw 7.4 Kermadec Islands, New Zealand

updated 25 May 2021

On 4 March 2021 a major earthquake occurred at the Kermadec Islands, New Zealand. The seismic event occurred at 17:41:25 UTC and had an estimated moment magnitude (Mw) 7.4. It was the second major earthquake in a series of three that occurred within hours near the Kermadec trench.

A major earthquake warning was issued on 28 February because of a convergence of two planetary alignments, one of which was the highly critical Mercury-Venus-Neptune alignment that statistically can cause large seismic activity, potentially reaching magnitude 8. Because this was the second major earthquake and planetary geometry was highly critical, an additional warning was issued that an even larger earthquake could occur in the same region. See also the previous and next report.

Mercury-Venus-Neptune    2021-02-28,  8:28:12  350°54'17"
Mercury-Sun-Uranus       2021-02-28, 19:46:06   39°43'12"

SSGI chart
SSGI depiction of planetary (PG) and lunar (LG) geometry

atmospheric electricity
atmospheric electricity prior and during the earthquake


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