The Saturn 'Synchronicity'

The Saturn 'Synchronicity'

1hjXs4SOsdk The Saturn 'Synchronicity' Following three Saturn 29 year 'Return Cycle' beginning in March 1936 reveal an surprising symmetry of past major events and newsworthy occurrences that have had obvious global significance. Saturn's sidereal period (orbit around sun) takes 29.42 Earth-y...

Planetary Alignment/Earthquake Watch (May 20-25, 2016)

Planetary Alignment/Earthquake Watch (May 20-25, 2016)

XJRJxQyecA0 Planetary Alignment/Earthquake Watch (May 20-25, 2016) Two very powerful Geocentric Planetary Alignments taking place involving Mars (Earth-Mars-Sun May 22nd) and (Venus-Earth-Mars May 25th) may be a strong foreshadow for significant earthquakes felt here on the Earth with a potential m...

Australia/New Zealand Earthquake Forecast for May (2016)

Australia/New Zealand Earthquake Forecast for May (2016)

aU43jRwhCWQ Australia/New Zealand Earthquake Forecast  May 2016 content only available at www.solarwatcher.net made public today to showcase the content available upon subscription.

FREE 2016 Earthquake Forecast For NZ (PDF)

FREE 2016 Earthquake Forecast For NZ (PDF)

JOuKypY61GI FREE 2016 Earthquake Forecast For NZ (PDF File) Click Newsletter Tab or Download Link Below- http://solarwatcher.net/index.php?option=com_mediashop&view=simpleitem&Itemid=111

Planetary Alignment/Earthquake Watch April 2014

Planetary Alignment/Earthquake Watch April 2014

zai4lisSQK4 Two strong Planetary Alignments (Mars-Earth-Mercury on April 15-16) and (Mars-Earth-Uranus on April 21-23) feature prominently this month may coincide with significant earthquakes to be registered at high latitudes (Alaska, Norwegian Sea) between 7.0- 7.5 Magnitude on either April 15-16...

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M 7.5 EARTHQUAKE - AFGHANISTAN - News Reports

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M 7.5 EARTHQUAKE - AFGHANISTAN - News Reports !
A powerful earthquake hit northeastern Afghanistan on Monday afternoon, the United States Geological Survey said. The quake registered a preliminary magnitude of 7.5 and was felt in parts of Pakistan and India, as far away as New Delhi. At least 64 people were reported killed.

 
Planetary Alignment/Earthquake Watch (October 16-19, 2015)

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Planetary Alignment/Earthquake Watch (October 16-19, 2015)
Significant planetary alignments and heliocentric planetary geometry highlight this four day window as potentially significant in terms of major earthquakes, volcanic unrest and high levels of solar activity.
Two geocentric planetary alignments (Venus-Earth-Neptune), (Earth-Mars-Jupiter) culminating into the important (Saturn-Sun-Venus) alignment should coincide with a very strong earthquake registered in the 7 Magnitudes with areas of focus around the South Atlantic Ocean (South Sandwich Islands, Bouvet Island, Scotia Sea or South Of Africa). Time Frame October 16-19
The time frame from October 20-25 are also significant and a potential for a Magnitude 7 earthquake is also likely with the main area of focus being Romania (Vrancea Fault Zone)

 
Northern Territory Radar Anomaly Australia | Sep 24, 2015

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Northern Territory Radar Anomaly Australia | Sep 24, 2015 !



 
Earth Facing M7.6 Solar Flare | Sep 28, 2015

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Earth-Facing M7.6 Solar Flare | Sep 28, 2015 !
Solar activity kicked into high gear as Active Region 2422 unleashed a strong M7.6  solar flare at 14:58 UTC today. This active region has expanded in size and developed magnetic complexity should continue to produce strong flares in the coming days. This eruption was earth-facing and any Coronal Mass Ejection (CME) will be earth-directed as yet no CME has been observed leaving the solar corona.


 
M 8.3 Earthquake Chile - Tsunami Hits Coast Sep 16, 2015

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M 8.3 Earthquake Chile - Tsunami Hits Coast  | Sep 16, 2015
Tsunami alert as Chile hit by powerful earthquake
A powerful earthquake has hit central Chile, causing buildings to sway in the capital Santiago, officials say. The 8.3-magnitude tremor was centred off the coast, about 144 miles (232km) north-west of the capital.

 
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