New Madrid Seismic Zone in astrogeography
New Madrid Seismic Zone in astrogeography – astrogeographical data for the two solar eclipses on 21 August 2017 and on 28 April 2024
Compare: Total Solar Eclipse on 21 August 2017, The Equinoctial Solar Eclipse by a Supermoon on 20 March 2015, Zwischen den Welten – zur kommenden Großen Amerikanischen Sonnenfinsternis am 21. August 2017
The New Madrid Seismic Zone or New Madrid Fault Line is a major seismic zone and a site of intraplate earthquakes – earthquakes within a tectonic plate
The area has been considered a potential location for earth quakes in relation with effects from the two coming solar eclipses of 21 August 2017 and 8 April 2024 because the New Madrid seismic zone lies at the meeting point of the ecliptic paths between the two eclipses.
Astrogeographic position of the New Madrid Seismic Zone for morphogenetic field level 1 which describes the supraregional significance of the zone: the coordinate for the astrogeographical longitude lies on 5° in creative innovative air sign Aquarius and the coorrdinate for the astrogeographical latitude falls on 22° in air sign Libra.
Libra as the sign of openings and gates could indicate the tendency of places in the whole larger region to function as an inhaling point or stopgap for the North American tectonic plate. This is even further stengthened by the fact that the 2nd coordinate of the region falls in another air sign as places in air signs support the “breathing” (inhaling as well as exhaling) of the earth and solid ground.
The 1812 New Madrid earthquake
Acording to the wiki article the February 7, 1812 earthquake destroyed New Madrid …. “At St. Louis, Missouri, many houses were severely damaged, and their chimneys were toppled. Johnston and Schweig attributed this shock to the Reelfoot fault, a reverse fault segment that crosses under the Mississippi River just south of Kentucky Bend. In this event, uplift along the fault created temporary waterfalls on the Mississippi River, created a wave that propagated upstream, and caused the formation of Reelfoot Lake by damming streams”
Astrogeographically Mercury at 21°47` Capricorn the sign of hardest rock material in exact mirrorpoint conjunction with the Moon at 7°39` Sagittarius the sign of magma were in extreme tension with the 22°Libra astrogeographic position of New Madrid.
The event charts for the two Total Solar Eclipses
The “Great American Solar Eclipse” of 2017 will see Jupiter 20°Libra approaching the exact conjunction with the 22°Libra astrogeographic coordinate of the New Madrid Seismic Zone with Venus at 24°Cancer in square to the area at the same time. Venus stands for massive pressure on the tectonic situation at New Madrid from a south-eastern direction while Jupiter on the cusp of house 11 indicates that the pressure from the south eastern direction