Seismic activity appears to be often connected with eclipses. More research is definitely needed on this topic.
When a past eclipse is involved, the energetic release of geological tension can come in waves, as subsequent planetary activations occur. Eclipses in Fixed signs generally tend to bring increased seismic and/or volcanic activity.
In an article called ‘Solar Eclipse in Scorpio‘, which I published on this blog in October 2022, I linked this particular solar eclipse with a possible chain of geological events that could unfold over the following years in this region. This includes the possibility of important eruptions as well.
It needs to be noted that on October 31st, 2022, a 5.5M earthquake occurred near Cosenza, in Southern Italy. That coincided with the First Quarter Moon of the same synodic month. At the same time, Mercury in Scorpio activated the eclipsed degree, one week after the Solar Eclipse which is shown in the last slide of this post.
Under the more recent opposition of the Sun to the eclipsed degree (six months after the solar eclipse occurred), a 4.1M earthquake occurred in Southern Italy (April 21st 2023).
As previously forecasted, seismic activity has increased over the last few weeks in Italy and Western Greece.
Today May 1st 2023, at 4:41 am, another earthquake (5.0M) occurred in the same area of Southern Italy off the Western Calabrian coast. It can be observed that the Sun/Jupiter midpoint (by transit) triggered the eclipsed degree with a tight orb. This may have acted as a trigger to the slow-moving Mars/Uranus, Saturn/Neptune (8th harmonic) and Chiron/Uranus midpoints, which are currently acting across 1-3 degrees of Fixed Signs. This is added to the fact that the mean Nodals Axis is currently at 3 degrees of Taurus/Scorpio.
In the next months, during major activations of this particular eclipse, further seismic activity may occur around the same fault lines across the Italian territory.
After mid-May, the T-Square between Mars in Leo, Jupiter in Taurus and Pluto in Aquarius will severely trigger the area which was eclipsed on October 25 2022. The configuration will also be aligned with the Nodal Axis in early Taurus/Scorpio, as well as the Saturn/Neptune (8th harmonic) and Chiron/Uranus midpoints. That Partial Solar Eclipse was angular in the Mediterranean region.
The following transits may be important:
– 3rd week of May 2023: Mars-Jupiter-Pluto T-Square in early Fixed Signs.
– mid-October 2023: Mars in early Scorpio.
– mid-February 2024: Venus-Mars-Pluto triple conjunction in early Aquarius.
The trans-Neptunian planetoid Haumea is currently on the cusp between Libra and Scorpio, therefore it has participated in the recent activations of the eclipsed degree. The planetoid will reenter Scorpio in October 2023, together with Mars.
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