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Prediction for April 23-30, 2009 Print E-mail
Contributed by job   
Sunday, 19 April 2009
LAST MONTH’S EARTHQUAKES

The Full Moon Seismic Window of March 8-15, 2009 was fairly impressive, although the Secondary Window for the month, associated with the new Moon, was also a time of concentrated seismic activity. (From April through October 2009 the New Moon Window will reign supreme, because of the proximity of the Moon at perigee)

Several of my subscribers have contacted me, wondering what had happened to their April issue of SYZYGY. I explained that once a year there is a two-week delay when I shift my Primary Window from NM to FM or vice versa. For the March Window………

 

(1) For the greater SF Bay Area there was a widely felt quake of 3.8M centered near Milpitas on the first day of the window (March 8th at 7:47 p.m.) (Score: 100%)

For the greater SF Bay Area there was a widely felt quake of 3.8M centered near Milpitas on the first day of the window (March 8 at 7:47 p.m.) (
On the same day there were quakes of 3.4 and 3.2M near the Pinnacles, south of Hollister, and they would rate 90% & 70% ) Also scoring 70% was a 3.2M near Morgan Hill on March12th.

(2) For the 140 mile radius from Los Angeles, a 3.5M quake near Calexico on March11th met the prediction for a score of 100%. A 3.1M at Diamond Bar on March 10 just missed the target.

For the 140 mile radius from Los Angeles, a 3.5M quake near Calexico on March11 met the prediction for a A 3.1M at Diamond Bar on March 10 just missed the target.
(3) For Washington/Oregon the 4.4M off the coast of Oregon on March 14th scored 100%. Another 4.3M hit the same area two days late for a score of 80%.

(4) No global quake of 7.0+M hit after February 18th until March19th, when there was a biggie of 7.6M near the Tonga Islands on March 19th, four days late so no score. Also there was an unusual quake (6.4M) in the far north near Spitzbergen on March 6th.

No global quake of 7.0+M hit after February 18 until March19, when there was a biggie of 7.6M near the Tonga Islands on March 19, four days late so Also there was an unusual quake (6.4M) in the far north near Spitzbergen on March 6.

 

My non-scoring MOSS prediction (Monthly Outright Seismic Speculation) came close. I had suggested that a 4+M quake would hit Oklahoma or Texas during March. Actually, Oklahoma City was shaken by a swarm of quakes measuring up to 3.4M on March 17th.

Later in March the Salton Sea area experienced an impressive swarm of hundreds of quakes near Bombay Beach, just south of the presumed termination of the San Andreas Fault. The swarm began on the first day of spring and continued into April, with the largest measuring 4.8M on March 24th.

 

APRIL PREDICTIONS

The Primary Seismic Window of April 23-30, 2009 begins a run of 7 consecutive months where the new Moon is incorporated, rather than the Full stage. The new Moon is on April 24 and Perigee is three days later. The maximum tidal ranges on April 27 reach 7.7 ft. at the Golden Gate and 14.7 ft. at Puget Sound.. At Los Angeles outer harbor the maximum tide will be 7.4 ft. on April 26th. There is an 80% chance for one or more earthquakes with the following parameters:

(1) 3.5-6.5M within 140 miles of Mt. Diablo (37.9N; 121.9W)

) 3.5-6.5M within 140 miles of Mt. Diablo (37.9N; 121.9W)
(2) 3.5-6.5M within 140 miles of downtown Los Angeles (34.0N; 118.0W)

(3) 3.5-6.0M with an epicenter located in Washington or Oregon.

3.5-6.0M with an epicenter located in Washington or Oregon.
(4) 7.0+M major quake globally, probably in the Pacific Ring of Fire, where more than 80% of the world’s strongest earthquakes occur annually. (Only 6 such events to date.)

7.0+M major quake globally, probably in the Pacific Ring of Fire, where more than 80% of the world’s strongest earthquakes occur annually. (Only 6 such events to date.)
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