Mw 6.9 Alaska Peninsula
updated 11 October 2021

On 11 October 2021 a strong to major earthquake occurred at Alaska Peninsula at a depth of 52 km. The seismic event occurred at 09:10:24 UTC and had an estimated moment magnitude (Mw) 6.9.

The earthquake occurred within two days of a convergence of planetary alignments, most notably Earth-Mercury-Mars which can potentially cause major earthquakes, such as Nepal in 2015 and Mexico in 2017. The earthquake occurred at the lunar peak (LG, index 12) that followed on the critical planetary geometry (MePG). Since 3 October atmospheric signals showed a potential for a strong earthquake at the North American West coast. See also the Telegram post below.

Sun-Mercury-Neptune       2021-10-04, 14:33:09  351°36'19"
Earth-Sun-Mars            2021-10-08,  4:19:34  194°48'59"
Mercury-Sun-Mars          2021-10-09, 12:12:21  195°25'22"
Sun-Mercury-Earth         2021-10-09, 16:11:25   16°17'33"
Earth-Mercury-Mars        2021-10-09, 22:37:05  195°58'37"

Moon-Earth-Uranus         2021-10-08, 12:33:51   43°33'14"
Earth-Moon-Venus          2021-10-09, 19:05:14  242°14'38"
					
SSGI chart
SSGI depiction of planetary (PG) and lunar (LG) geometry

atmospheric electricity
atmospheric electricity before and during the earthquake