Mw 7.7 South Sandwich Islands Region
updated 12 August 2021

On 12 August 2021 a major earthquake occurred in the South Sandwich Islands Region at a depth of 63 km. The seismic event occurred at 18:32:53 UTC and had an estimated moment magnitude (Mw) 7.7. It was followed three minutes later by a Mw 8.0 earthquake.

A series of critical planetary alignments from 7 to 11 August resulted in major seismic activity at the South Sandwich Islands Region, but also in Mindanao, Philippines (Mw 7.1) a day earlier. This is seismic activity well above average, but it can be expected with a clustering of critical planetary geometry like in the days leading up to these major earthquakes. The earthquake at the South Sandwich Islands occurred a day after the lunar peak that followed on the planetary peaks (alignments). Atmospheric electricity peaks repeatedly pointed to the South Atlantic / South America and Caribbean as early as 7 August. See Telegram posts below.

Venus-Sun-Uranus          2021-08-07,  4:01:11   41°28'59"
Sun-Mercury-Mars          2021-08-09,  9:59:46  168°10'22"
Venus-Earth-Neptune       2021-08-10,  0:05:30  352°23'03"
Mercury-Sun-Neptune       2021-08-10,  3:12:33  351°16'09"
Mercury-Earth-Jupiter     2021-08-11,  1:07:10  328°05'35"
          
SSGI chart
SSGI depiction of planetary (PG) and lunar (LG) geometry

atmospheric electricity
atmospheric electricity prior and during the earthquake


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