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Monday, April 11, 2011

Hayward Fault Prediction Using Solar Arcs Prediction

There's lots of chatter in the Bay Area about how the Hayward Earthquake fault is overdue. This fault line runs parallel to the famous San Andreas Fault, sort of on the other side of the bay. There are tons of people living in the area and the damage is expected to be pretty big if an earthquake hits. But, as Michael Lutin says, if you keep expecting a Uranian event to occur it won't happen because Uranus can only function if it can shock you unexpectedly.

So, I've been looking back at USGS lists of earthquakes that have hit this fault. It was stable pretty much all through the 20th Century, but there were 4 earthquakes in the second half of the 1800s that registered 5.8 or higher on the Richter Scale.

The Big Un before the San Francisco Big Un of 1906 was on Oct. 21, 1868. Last degree of Libra so keeps to Cardinal Sign stuff which makes me happy. That earthquake actually had about 5 planets in Cardinal so it was looking a lot like this year's planets: Sun in Libra, Moon Capricorn, Jupiter 7 Aries, Uranus 18 Cancer; Neptune 16 Aries Rx.

I'm fiddling around with these earthquake charts and am finding maybe a couple of trigger aspects to go along with the outer planet stuff. But it's taking forever.

First I want to show a sort of amazing cycle that potentially involves Solar Arcing the years that the USGS says previous earthquakes have occurred on the Hayward Fault. It involves "fuzzy thinking" so be fore-warned. The USGS doesn't give dates for the Earthquakes, only years, and I'm not sure if the years they give are estimates or not. They probably got them by looking at tree rings. What's interesting is that the earthquakes followed in succession through Solar Arc Progressions do sort of the same cyclic weirdness that the Parkfield Earthquake series does. I should get the link for what I found there and put it here: ____.

Here's what I've done. It's not science here. It's astrology. And Astrology is pretty amazing. (But it's not anal retentive astrology, there's a huge margin for vagueness, so if that bothers you move on and read somebody else's blog about how to deal with you Mother and Father. Also, this is copyrighted)

I looked up the placement for all the planets from Jupiter on outward plus the North Node for the middle of the year, July 1. And then I arced from the year of one earthquake to the next and so on.

The years are:

(155 years)
(160 years)
(95 years)
(142 years)
(potentially 143 years)

You will notice that they don't follow a rigid 140 year cycle. That was throwing me off until I finally stuck out my fingers and did the subtraction. The years are averaged.

The first earthquake on record happened in 1315. This was in the middle of a very long drought in California which is said to have happened between 1209 and 1350. The place must have shriveled up to nothing. If you've ever read the first paragraph of East of Eden you have read John Steinbeck's description of what the Native Americans were like. They were a lot like how Native Californians are now. Dehydrated. Zombies. I oughta know. That's why this blog is such an editorial nightmare.

Anyhoo, the connections between the Solar Arc charts move the planets all in the same direction together. Uranus and Neptune were pretty close together in 1315 when the first earthquake in the series hit with Neptune at end of Scorpio and Uranus in Sagittarius mid-degrees. So, they sort of remain together in motion. What's interesting is how they, and Uranus in particular, managed to line up in the same sign with the North Node in all the charts but one. The NN in the 1315 chart is in Taurus, at least on July 1, 1315. And Uranus is in Sagittarius, so they are 4 signs apart. This gives 120 degrees' difference, by sign at any rate. Since the Node moves so quickly it could have been placed far enough away from Uranus by degree to show a bigger difference.

The one year where things work out differently is 1725 which is the shortest space in the cycle, 95 years. Saturn that year is in the same sign as the Nodal Axis, in the sign of Pisces (at least as set for mid-1315).

This doesn't necessarily work out for earthquake prediction because planets and the Nodal Axis probably weren't in the signs that I set them up for. The Nodal Axis changes signs every 18 months. Jupiter changes signs once a year roughly. And Saturn about every 2 plus years.

The Parkfield Earthquake arcs are really amazing, though. The first earthquake on record had a bowl shaped chart with the planets spaced out evenly with each other about every 20 degrees so that every 20 years for a while they would line up with each other -- and there would be an earthquake.

Right now, Uranus and the North Node are aligned by Solar Arc once again in Scorpio. Uranus has arced in to Scorpio which is where the North Node had arced to back in 1868. This only describes a 30 year period which doesn't hone things down very much. The North Node, by arc, is perhaps in Aries which makes things interesting considering that Jupiter, Uranus, the transiting NN and Saturn are also all in Cardinal.

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