Signs 47 – 2019 Worst Ever for Fireballs

| February 8, 2020

The Signs data for December 2019 is that this is the highest year on record for observed fireballs. As for earthquakes of all magnitudes, it is the second-highest on record, and it was a very close finish.

Worse yet, we know we’re pushing the edge of the envelope with fate, and what December 2019 is telling us, is that unless there is an abatement of ongoing trends, it is highly likely that we tear through it, in the latter half of 2020.

For 2020, Signs is moving to video to accommodate the growing amount of data to report. Signs 48 will be Nazca Nexus: California’s Canary in the Coal Mine

We were looking at early findings, and back then, we said that if our hunch was right, we’d see a particular event within two to three months. On Tuesday, January 28, 2019, our worst-case scenario occurred. A mag 7.7 quake hits between Cuba and Jamaica.  

It appears the J.P. Jones is on track with his rivers of magma theory, and the data is disturbing. This video will release later this month and include the January figures for 2020 as well.  

I’ll also discuss my newest book, Win-Win Survival Communities: Prepare for Cooperation – Not Confrontation.

So with that, let’s get into the numbers.

December 2019 Fireballs

Fireballs are reported worldwide, and the American Meteor Society which is the primary source for North America, for this dataset.

AMS Multistate / Country Fireballs

Multistate/country fireballs cross the borders of multiple states and countries. For this reason, this is a critical category in the dataset because of the distance these fireballs must travel to receive reports from across large geographic areas.

AMS Multi-State Fireball Totals - 12/2019

December 2019 is the month for this period dating back to 2015.  Given that November was the second-lowest of this five-year reporting period, is anomalous to say the least.

AMS Huge Event Fireballs

It is a commonplace occurrence for Multistate / Country Fireballs to be reported as huge events because a huge event occurs when 100 or more eyewitness observers report a huge fireball even

AMS Huge Event Fireball Totals - 12/2019

Like AMS Multistate / Country Fireballs above, December came in higher than the previous year for the same period.

AMS Monthly Total Fireballs

The monthly total fireballs are the most critical category in this dataset. When we look at the monthly total of fireballs for December 2019, we see a new record high for this year.

Monthly AMS Fireball Totals - 12/2019

Now we have a similar pattern for three sub-sets  AMS Multistate / Country Fireballs, AMS Huge Event Fireballs and AMS Total Yearly Fireballs where all three subsets show higher values than the previous year for the same period.

Assuming we are passing through the outer dust rings of the Planet X system, these three datasets show that we’re moving into a thicker ring.

Yearly AMS Fireball Totals - 12/2019

This slide sickens me and there is no way to euphemistically paint lipstick on this pig.   If the January 2020 total for observed fireballs breaks another record, this could be the year we get stung – and hard.

Earthquakes Since 1997

At the outset of our Signs series, J. P. Jones created a dataset spreadsheet that tracks the total number of earthquakes each month beginning with 1997. The updated spreadsheet below has been updated with the December 2019 results.

Without SwarmsEarthquakes Since 1997

Those who still think the December 21, 2012 date for the Mayan Calander prophecy is a hoax, focus your attention on December 2012.  Then start scanning from left to right and top to bottom.

December 21, 2012, was not a prophetic event date.  It was a benign harbinger date based on a celestial alignment. The prophecy is true, and most are still whistling in the dark.

Monthly Earthquakes 1/2017 to 12/2019

When we look at annual global earthquakes for the dataset for January 2017 to December 2019 including VLE swarm events.

Without Swarms

Monthly Earthquakes 1/2017 to 12/2019

When we remove swarms, the overall trend is that the decline from September of this year continues to see new monthly records.

VLE Swarms

In Signs 43, we presented our findings on the very large earthquake (VLE) swarms that began with Hawaii in 2018. In that article, we presented a hypothesis to explain how this new twist in the data.

Yowusa.com, Sep 26, 2019
Signs 43 – How California Sinks Into the Ocean
J.P. Jones Magma Rivers Hypothesis

Signs 43 - How California Sinks Into the OceanWe often think of volcanoes and fault lines as being regionally isolated from one another, for the most part. Conversely, this hypothesis posits J.P’s question, “what if there is another entire, undiscovered dimension to our planet, far below the ground?”

Imagine vast rivers of magma, flowing under high pressure, up from the Southern hemisphere along tectonic plate boundaries, and into to the Northern hemisphere.

Moving at high speeds and under great pressure, these rivers of magma feed tributary systems spanning vast distances, replete with streams, pools, lakes, and reservoirs.

The pools and lakes of magma in these tributary systems form under volcanoes, and the reservoirs form under supervolcanoes.

When volcanoes erupt, they function much as the release valve on the top of a pressure cooker. They vent excessive pressure caused by magma overflow, through the eruption.

What causes this pressure? More magma? Not likely. Rather, it is due to pressure from increased rates of magma flow velocity due to forces building deep up within the Earth. The causality is that Earth is in the early stages of a magnetic pole shift.

With this subset, the goal is to track swarms over time. We want to evaluate the possibility of a river of magma flowing around the edge of the Pacific Plate. We have designated three study areas.

North America Swarm Study Datasets

The three designated VLE swarms regions for this data subsets are China Lake, Alaska, and NW Territory regions.

USA Very Large Earthquake (VLE) Swarm DatasetsIn the illustration above, you see screen captures with the designated areas and their geographic boundaries coordinates.

With this in mind, let’s see the numbers for our three regions for the month of November 2019.

All Earthquakes for VLE Swarm Study Regions

China Lake continues to show subsiding swarm activity. The lingering aftershocks continue to exceed the historical activity in this region.

China Lake Dataset - 12/2019

With Alaska, the rate of statistical subsidence slowed again in December 2019.  This region is the furthest away from the equator, and this decline shows an all-time low for the three years in this subset.

 

 

 

 

Alaska Dataset - 12/2019

We’re seeing a different situation in the Northwest Territory.  The data for December shows a similar level of subsidence as the previous year.

NW Territory Dataset - 12/2019

When we study the three VLE swarm datasets, the subsidence rates show either continuous decline or a decline followed by the possibility of another obstruction forming.

Now let’s compare these North America datasets against worldwide totals by year.

USA VLE Swarms vs. Worldwide

The following 3-D slide presents the data for all earthquakes, including swarms for January through December of this year.

USA VLE Swarms vs. Worldwide

As noted above, we’re seeing mixed VLE swarm data for the three regions. Two regions show a consistent rate of subsidence.  However, the uptick in China Lake subset is worrisome, when one compares the three regions using the 3-D slide above.

With a more straightforward bar chart, we can see the comparative difference between the combined datasets and the worldwide numbers.

VLE Swarms vs. Worldwide - 12/2019

While the 3-D slide above gives us an excellent feel for how the data forms waves. This final slide gives us a clear message about swarms in general. That after a major obstruction release event, it takes months for displacement to rebalance the magma river system.

Here is the concern. If a new, major swarm event occurs in a region that is still in subsidence, a positive feedback loop, where further events self-perpetuate into a single final, catastrophic event.

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