May 3, 2012 – The Earthquake Power of the Annular Solar Eclipse: The May 20, 2012 Solar Eclipse is an Annular Eclipse, which means that the Moon covers all but a bright ring around the circumference of the Sun. I measured the last 26 annual solar eclipses, going back to 1973, and the power of those eclipse. The results, along with a trend line (gold line) are shown above. The exact day of the eclipse is shown as day zero (‘0) on the “X” axis of the graph. The ten days before the eclipse are shown to the left of the zero day, while the ten days after the eclipse are shown to the right of zero day. The “Y” axis scale reflects the strength rating. The gold line is a trend line.
Surprisingly, the day of the eclipse (day ‘0 above), the day before (‘1) and the day after (‘-1) are very weak, in terms of the strength of earthquakes generated. Three days before the eclipse (day ‘+3), four days after (day ‘-4) and five days after (day ‘-5) produced the strongest earthquakes using the last 26 Annular Eclipses and the exponential Power 10X rating of those eclipses.
Therefore, if the May 20, 2012 Annular Solar Eclipse does produce an earthquake, then May 16th, the 24th and 25th are the days of the most danger. Areas along the line of the eclipse are at maximum earthquake risk.
The Master of Disaster