January 31, 2014 – Numerology Earthquake Analysis and 2014 Warning: The chart above summaries the numerology numbers derived from the date (GMT) of 5,407 global earthquakes, over the last 40 years. For example, a quake that occurred on January 13, 2014 (1/13/2014) would be assigned a numerology value of 3 (1+1+3+2+0+1+4 = 12 = 1+2 = 3).
Some numerology date numbers are stronger or weaker than others, however, the variance is not statistically significant. The table below summarizes the statistical significance of these numbers.
The left portion of this statistical summary (below) shows the numbers (1 to 9) and the quantity of earthquakes for each of those numbers. The orange rectangle reflects the percent above or below the mean for each quantity. The red rectangle shows the statistically significant level of the data. As you can the highest divergence from the man is for the number six at 6.5% above the mean. The lowest difference is for number two at -5.8% below the mean. The max number (6) is slightly above the + 1 standard deviation, while number
two is slightly above the – 1 standard deviation.
We can use this data to forecast the quantity of earthquakes for each day in the month of February, 2014. February 1st equals 1 as follows: 2+1+2+0+1+4 = 10 = 1+0 = 1. Therefore, we would expect a slightly lower number of global quakes (-3.3%). February 2nd equals 2 as follows: 2+2+2+0+1+4 = 11 = 1+1 = 2. We would expect a low day at -5.8%. The numerology numbers repeat in sequence for the rest of February, 2014.
January 31st, today, would equal 1 as follows: 1+3+1+2+0+1+4 = 12 = 3. Therefore, we would expect a lower number of quakes (-5.8%).
February 6, 2014 should be a higher quake day, because, that day equals a numerology number of 6 as follows: 2+6+2+0+1+4 = 15 = 6 (+6.5%).
The next table I am constructing reflects the 32X strength of those global earthquakes forecast for any particular day. The “Thirty-Two X” strength rating is explained as follows from the USGS web-site:
How much bigger is a magnitude 8.7 earthquake than a magnitude 5.8 earthquake?
A magnitude 8.7 earthquake is 794 times BIGGER on a seismogram than a magnitude 5.8 earthquake. The magnitude scale is logarithmic, so
The magnitude scale is really comparing amplitudes of waves on a seismogram, not the STRENGTH (energy) of the quakes. So, a magnitude 8.7 is 794 times bigger than a 5.8 quake as measured on seismograms, but the 8.7 quake is about 23,000 times STRONGER than the 5.8! Since it is really the energy or strength that knocks down buildings, this is really the more important comparison. This means that it would take about 23,000 quakes of magnitude 5.8 to equal the energy released by one magnitude 8.7 event. Here’s how we get that number:
One whole unit of magnitude represents approximately 32 times (actually 10**1.5 times) the energy, based on a long-standing empirical formula that says log (E) is proportional to 1.5M, where E is energy and M is magnitude. This means that a change of 0.1 in magnitude is about 1.4 times the energy release. Therefore, using the shortcut shown earlier for the amplitude calculation, the energy is, 32 * 32 * 32 / 1.4 = 23,405 or about 23,000.
This explains why big quakes are so much more devastating than small ones. The amplitude (“size”) differences are big enough, but the energy (“strength”) differences are huge. The amplitude numbers are neater and a little easier to explain, which is why those are used more often in publications. But it’s the energy that does the damage.
Here is a graph of the 32X strength rating for all magnitudes from 6.0 to 9.5:
As you can clearly see the 32X strength of earthquake increases at an exponential rate. The 9.1 quake is 44,000 times stronger than a 6.0 magnitude quake. The 9.1 magnitude reflects the strength of the December 26, 2004 quakes that struck Indonesia, which killed approximately 280,000 people world-wide and caused incalculable dollar damages.
Another important variable in forecasting earthquake damages and deaths is location. If a quake takes place 300 miles below the surface, it will be felt over a large land mass. However, if the same quake strikes directly under a city, e.g., Christchurch, New Zealand; damages will be significant.
Therefore, if a large occurrence takes place directly under a large metropolitan area, e.g., Jakarta, Sao Paulo, Los Angeles, Mexico City, Tokyo etc., the loss of life and damages could be on a biblical scale!
I believe we are entering such a time when we will see a large earthquake or volcanic episode. I am expecting an earthquake equal to or greater than a Japan (March 11, 2011 = 9.0 Magnitude) or Indonesia (December 26, 2004 = 9.1 Magnitude). Probably even worse would be a volcanic eruption on a scale of a Krakatoa, (Sunda Strait, Indonesia – 1883), Mount Pinatubo, (Luzon, Philippines – 1991) or Mt. Tambora (Sumbawa Island, Indonesia – 1815).
The explosion of Mount Tambora is the largest ever recorded by humans, ranking a 7 (or “super-colossal”) on the Volcanic Explosivity Index, the second-highest rating in the index. The volcano, which is still active, is one of the tallest peaks in the Indonesian archipelago.
The eruption reached its peak in April 1815, when it exploded so loudly that it was heard on Sumatra Island, more than 1,200 miles (1,930 km) away. The death toll from the eruption was estimated at 71,000 people, and clouds of heavy ash descended on many far-away islands.
The year 2014 will see many astro signatures that could generate a severe earthquake or volcano incident. The most dangerous months are April, October, November and December.
For years I have feared April, 2014. The astro signatures for the last half of the month are the strongest that I have seen, going back a thousand years. I would suggest stocking up on non-perishable food, water, batteries and flash lights. Good luck. (Credits – the USGS, Solar Fire Gold v8, LiveScience.com and Google).
The Master of Disaster