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Historical Earthquake - Spitzbergen

 
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Andrew Bevan



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Posted: Sat Mar 07, 2009 1:03 pm    Post subject: Historical Earthquake - Spitzbergen Reply with quote

On Friday, March 6. 2009, time 10:50:29 UTC the strongest earthquake ever to be measured in this part of the world occurred in the sea Northwest of Svalbard/Spitzbergen (Norway). Coordinates 80N16, 2W03. The earthquake measured 6,4 on Richters scale and had an epicenter no more than 10 km below the the Earth's surface. If this quake had occurred in a populated area damage would have been severe.
Asc 5PI27r, MC 22AQ31, Sun 16PI01, Moon 14CN07

http://earthquake.usgs.gov/eqcenter/recenteqsww/Quakes/us2009dwaw.php

For those not familiar with the astronomy and astrology of polar latitudes, the calculation and drawing of this chart is due to prove a technical challange. The Midheaven is below the horizon and the Ascendant is retrograding. The MC is 22AQ31. Mars is culminating at 23AQ12 with Chiron 23AQ48 and Neptune at 24AQ46. Mars is dispositor of stationary Venus at 15AR27. The Moon at 14CN07 applies to the square of Venus. Of local eclipses there is the Lunar eclipse of Feb 9. 2009 at 21LE00 and the Lunar eclipse of Aug 16 2008 at 24AQ21 may also be significant.

The previous record quake in our region does not go far back in time, but actually occurred on Feb 21. 2008. Here a quake just outside Svalbard/Spitzbergen measured 6,0 Richter. This first quake hit on the very same day as the lunar eclipse at 1VI53.
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Eddy



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Posted: Thu Mar 12, 2009 4:24 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

That Mars, Mercury, Neptune stellium close to MC is interesting. Also the fact that there was an earthquake over here one year ago. Resembles for example a footballplayer's knee injury that comes back.
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