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The Haiti Earthquake on 12 January 2010

The Haiti Earthquake on 12 January 2010. Astrology, & Earthquakes: astrogeographical data and a short analysis for the disastrous Haiti earth quake

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 (Nasa World Wind Image) Carribean Plate Gonâve_microplate
(Nasa World Wind Image)

The Haiti Earthquake on 12 January 2010 

The Haiti earthquake on 12 January 2010, 16:53 (21:53 UTC) was a disastrous earthquake that occurred near Port-au-Prince in Haiti. It`s strength was measured as 7.0 on the Moment Magnitude Scale at a geographical position of 18 °27’25″N,72 ° 31’48.00″ W (data wikipedia).

Astrogeographical position of the epicenter for morphogenetic radius field level 1 which describes the the supraregional and international significance of the earthquake: the astrological positions of the epicenter are 29° Leo for the coordinate for the astrogeographical longitude and  7° Capricorn as the coordinate for the astrogeographical latitude

Astrological event chart for the haiti eartquake on 12 January 2010, 16:53 (21:53 UTC), at 18 °27’25″N,72 ° 31’48.00″ W

On the day of the event Mercury and Pluto were in conjunction at 4° and 6° Capricorn resonating with the area just a few miles north of the epicenter. This could be an indication that at the moment of the earthquake tectonic pressure forces might have been released north of the epicenter.

“The quake occurred in the vicinity of the northern boundary where the Caribbean tectonic plate shifts eastwards by about 20 millimetres (0.79 in) per year in relation to the North American plate. The strike-slip fault system in the region has two branches in Haiti, the Septentrional-Oriente fault in the north and the Enriquillo-Plantain Garden fault in the south; both its location and focal mechanism suggested that the January 2010 quake was caused by a rupture of the Enriquillo-Plantain Garden fault, which had been locked for 250 years, gathering stress.” (