Kilauea, Hawaii

Our header image is of Kilauea's latest eruption in May 2018 that has mainly only affected homes and land, but in 1790 scores of people were killed by an explosive eruption.  Research suggests that most of the 1790  fatalities were caused by hot, rapidly moving surges of volcanic debris and steam that engulfed the victims. … Continue reading Kilauea, Hawaii


January 2017 – L’Aquila Quake

Amatrice, the Lazio town where 236 of the August deaths were recorded, is close to the epicenter of the new quakes.  The tremors came after some 36 hours of steady snowfall in mountainous areas around Amatrice and Norcia.  The Italian Institute of Geophysics and Volcanology said it had recorded "some 200" tremors above magnitude 2 … Continue reading January 2017 – L’Aquila Quake

Dust Storm in Uttar Pradesh/Rajasthan India

The time is from the BBC news site where you can watch this video to get an idea of the devastation of the dust storm. It is mesmerizing to watch such havoc. The Chart above looks colourful but understanding the key makes it coherent. Start with the Opposition from the fourth house to the … Continue reading Dust Storm in Uttar Pradesh/Rajasthan India

Szeged Hungary Quake 1879

Urania astrology magazine in an 1880 issue, reported that October 25, 1879 there was a quake in Szegeb, Hungary.  We do not know if it was related to the building of dam in the area or not but there were a lot of rains with subsequent destruction mentioned for that time period.  It is possible … Continue reading Szeged Hungary Quake 1879

Anaheim Earthquake January 2018

There was an earthquake southeast of Anaheim of 4.0 magnitude, really not even worth noting in Trabuco Canyon.  Again, the planets are basically in cardinal Capricorn and Fixed Aquarius -- not major earthquake signs.  Two years ago in the same area,  there was 5.2 magnitude quake so this is definitely a quake prone area. The … Continue reading Anaheim Earthquake January 2018

Kodiak Earthquake Jan 2018

"In Kodiak, they've activated their sirens," said Jeremy Zidek, of the Alaska Div. of Homeland Security and Emergency Management. "The harbor master reported a wave did come in, but it was not a significant wave." At least nine communities have evacuation orders in place. Zidek said that while the initial reports don't show shake damage … Continue reading Kodiak Earthquake Jan 2018

The New York Times debunks Full Moons & Earthquakes

Trilobites By SHANNON HALL JAN. 18, 2018 of the New York Times On Dec. 26, 2004, a magnitude 9.1 earthquake ruptured the ocean floor off the west coast of Sumatra. The resulting tsunami killed nearly 230,000 people in 14 countries, making it one of the deadliest natural disasters in history. It occurred during a full … Continue reading The New York Times debunks Full Moons & Earthquakes

Saturn in Capricorn: the Great Lisbon Earthquake of 1755

The Great Lisbon Earthquake: November 1, 1755 was to be a sunny autumn day in the , one of the most important and richest seaports of Europe at the time. The locals were profoundly religious and the city was preparing to celebrate the obligatory holy day of the Feast of All Saints. At 9:30 in the … Continue reading Saturn in Capricorn: the Great Lisbon Earthquake of 1755

Fiji Quake Sept 26 2017

The  pattern of extreme weather shows no signs of relenting as two quakes struck Fiji. The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center says there is little threat of a tsunami after the initial 6.5 magnitude earthquake.  They occurred  at 2.20pm FJST (Fiji Summer Time). The quake, at a depth of 104 km (64 miles), was south of … Continue reading Fiji Quake Sept 26 2017

Pijjijapan Quake 8.5 on the Mexico – Guatemala border

We caught this one from . Pijjijapan is quite the tourist spot because of its proximity to tropical Guatemala to the south and the Sierra Nevadas to its north.  Pijjijapan has some spots listed on AirBnB ranging from 9.00 a night to 30.00 for a couple..  Outside  the natural beauty and beaches to recommend it, … Continue reading Pijjijapan Quake 8.5 on the Mexico – Guatemala border