Seismic Warning: Critical Planetary Geometry Could Trigger Major Earthquakes in the First Week of March 2023
Welcome to a new seismic update on 27th February 2023. The upcoming first week of March is of immense importance, but before we dive into that, let’s discuss the seismic activities of the last couple of days. We recently observed a planetary conjunction on 24th February, commonly known as the purple peak. As anticipated, the conjunction caused a slight seismic increase around the 25th-26th.
On 25th February, two strong earthquakes measuring M 6.1 hit Japan, and M 6.2 struck the New Britain Region of Papua New Guinea. These regions also had noticeable atmospheric fluctuations on 21st February. The seismic activities in these regions were the only significant ones observed recently. Now we’re going to look at the first week of March.
Seismic event: Earthquakes warning for the First Week of March 2023
The 2nd, 4th, and 5th of March are going to be highly critical due to the convergence of critical planetary geometry, especially the purple peak. So let’s discuss this in detail. On 1st March, we will witness a conjunction of Mercury, Sun, and Mars, followed by a conjunction of Earth, Venus, and Jupiter in the early hours of the 2nd of March. Earth will be in conjunction with Mercury and Saturn nine hours later, which will be highly critical.
The convergence of two planetary conjunctions with Earth will be of utmost significance and could cause major seismic activity, possibly around the 3rd or 4th of March. Alternatively, it could occur around the 6th or 7th with the Full Moon. Let me clarify this further. We will see another planetary conjunction that will happen on 5th March. It will feature Mars, Venus, and Saturn, with Venus in the middle.
This conjunction will be highly critical, but it will already be in a very close conjunction around 2nd March, where we already converge critical planetary geometry. The first week of March will be extremely critical, and we could see a major seismic event, possibly above magnitude 8.
we are not overhyping the situation; this is a warning based on the known fact that critical planetary geometry causes major seismic events. We must not underestimate this. The Mars-Venus-Saturn conjunction is already in effect from 2nd March, and if we consider 2nd March, we have four planetary conjunctions converging.
The first week of March might not witness just one massive seismic event; there could be multiple seismic events, possibly over magnitude 6. We might have to deal with two scenarios. It is possible that the largest earthquakes could occur between the 3rd and 4th after the geometry on the 2nd, with some seismic activity increasing during the Full Moon on the 6th and 7th. Alternatively, we could witness an initial seismic increase around the 3rd-4th and the largest seismic event around the 6th-7th during the Full Moon.
There is no way to predict which scenario will occur, but we must remember that the first week of March is incredibly critical, and there could be a seismic event exceeding 7, possibly over 8 magnitudes.