Four geocentric planetary alignments taking during this important six day watch period. Planetary geometry of these almost simultaneous interactions should coincide with very high levels of solar activity from February 26-28 but also the potential for significant geophysical events felt here on the Earth. Therefore a significant watch for a major earthquake from February 28 to March 3, 2017 with the forecast magnitude of this event expected (M 8.0-8.5). This event highlights subduction zone prone areas of the 'Pacific Ring Of Fire' and represents a genuine Tsunami warning if this large event in ocean based. Areas of interest for this warning are Indonesia and South America.
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(QuakeWatch) Four simultaneous planetary alignments taking place the last two days of February with One Geocentric alignment and three Heliocentric. Planetary geometry of these almost simultaneous interactions should coincide with very high levels of solar activity from February 27-29 but also the potential for significant geophysical events felt here on the Earth.
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Targeting a strong negative polarity Coronal Hole (CH610) on the solar corona. After further analysis I have isolated an area (17-25°N latitude). This coronal hole may itself be a foreshadow for a 7.0-7.5 Magnitude earthquake in one of these listed locations during this watch period:
Taiwan, Ryukyu Islands, Mariana Islands Or the Volcano Islands Region
Forecast Magnitude M7.0-7.5
Time Frame April 5-10
Targeting the rear flank of the large coronal hole isolating 35-38 Degrees N latitude, areas of interest that could see a Magnitude 6.2-6.5 Earthquake towards the end of the watch April 9-10, specifically isolating Greece, Western Turkey or the Azores Islands, Portugal.
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