Astrology & Earthquakes: the 2017 Puebla earthquake in astrogeography – Astrogeographical data and short analysis of the 19 September 2017 earthquake in Mexico
The 2017 Puebla earthquake occured on 19 September 2017 at 13:14 CDT (18:14 UTC) with a magnitude estimated to be 7.1 approximately 100 km south-east of Greater Mexico City <at a depth of at a depth of 51 km causing damage in the Mexican states of Puebla, Morelos and the Greater Mexico City area.
The quake occurred on the 32nd anniversary of the 1985 Mexico City earthquake, which killed about 10,000 people. The 1985 quake was commemorated with a national earthquake drill at 11 a.m. local time, two hours before the earthquake struck. The event followed a large earthquake off the coast of the state of Chiapas 11 days earlier
Astrogeographic position of the epicenter for morphogenetic field level 1 which describes the supraregional, international topics of the event: the epicenter is located at 4°Capricorn and 18°Libra. Pluto `s transit over 17° Capricorn in exact square to the epicenter during the last month seems to be the structural cause behind the event – which appears to have been triggered by the gravitation from the New Moon in Virgo.
The Puebla earthquake occurred during an intense opposition transit between Chiron the ruler of earth sign Virgo on the IC – the site of the ground below the earth surface and the New Moon constellation of the Sun on 27°Virgo with the Moon on 21°Virgo at midheaven. The conjunction of the Sun and Moon near midheaven represented the strongest manifest gravitational factors both exerting their gravitation in the same direction.
Chiron and the New Moon constellation were in exact square to the Saturn-Lilith conjunction near the ascendant in Sagittarius indicating pressure from lava material from an eastern direction,
The Venus-Uranus trine in between fire signs Leo and Aries seems to have supported a strong an fast movement of solid and semisolid material deep in the ground.