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Los Angeles Earthquake Outlook – Spring 2019

I expect to see an increase in earthquakes larger than 2.5 magnitude affecting Los Angeles during the Spring of 2019 in comparison to Spring of 2018 when 8 earthquakes occurred (see prior post). I am basing this on ingress charts of earthquakes over 4.9 magnitude that have occurred more than 2 years ago and 2.5 …

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Big One Coming Soon?

Almost 4 years ago, Kathyrn Schulz wrote an article that was published by New Yorker describing an impending natural disaster of Biblical proportions for Seattle, Washington. I learned about it last week from another Astrologer. In the article, Schulz gives a play by play of how events could occur. After reading it, I was left …

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Los Angeles Earthquake Outlook – Fall 2018

As I was looking through my twitter feed today, I saw a tweet from Astrologer Olga Morales, who gave two dates for planetary alignments indicating increased seismicity in California and other places. I thought now would be a good time to look at the Ingress chart for Los Angeles' longitude/latitude. The most notable aspect of …

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Los Angeles Earthquakes – Spring 2018

Earlier this year, in a post about the Summer Ingress period, I wrote that I did not expect to see earthquakes larger than 2.5 magnitude affecting Los Angeles until after the Summer Solstice. I based it on dates of earthquakes over 4.9 magnitude that occurred in the past and 2.5 magnitude earthquakes that I started …

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