Astrogeographical data for the 2018 earthquake at Mt. Kilauea

Astrogeographical data for the 2018 earthquake at Mt. Kilauea. Astrology, earthquakes, vulcanology and places:  astrogeographicval data for the Mt.  Kilauea earthquake on May, 4 2018

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Shakemap for the 2018 Hawaii earthquake.

The Kilauea earthquake of May 4, 2018 occrured at 12:33 p.m. local time measuring 6.9 on the moment magnitude scale. The epicenter was near the south flank of Mt. Kīlauea, which had been the site of seismic and volcanic activity since late April of that year. The same  region was also affected by the 1975 earthquake.

Astrogeographic position of the epicenter for morphogenetic field level 1 which defines the international, supraregional resonance and meaning of the event: one coordinate for the astrogeographical latitude of the epicenter lay lies at 15°Sagittarius exactly squared by Neptune from 15°Pisces. The coordinate for the astrogeogryphical longitude lay at 29°Scorpio.

Astrological chart for the Mt. Kilauea earthquake on 4 May 2018

Neptune´s exact square transit to Mt. Kilauea`s 15° Sagittarius position from an 8th house position indicates the destabilization of the situation at Mt. Kilauea through the dissolution of solid structres to the south west of the epicenter.

Uranus was conjunct mideheaven at the moment of the earthquake indicating an eruption of material – possibly a mgma chamber above the epicenter. Uranus near midheaven or on the IC (or else house 4) is a frequent factor for earthquakes.

The midpoint between the two major planetary factors of stability Saturn (at 8°55`Capricorn) and Pluto (at 21°15`) fell near exactly on 15°Capriorn and thus in strong resononance through mirrorpoint conjunction with the  astrogeographical coordinate of the epicenter at 15°Sagittarius indicating a situation of sandwich – like forces and pressure exerted onto the material at the epicenter.

 

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