Earthquake Information Center (NEIC)
World Data Center for Seismology, Denver.
A data base for 1999-2001 Big Quakes earthquakes can be obtained at:
This one is for 1999
obviously. The US Geological Survey posts all real-time earthquakes
is the resource that I use.
CURRENT EARTHQUAKE INFORMATION
This form allows you to select the necessary parameters to perform a
Go to: http://neic.usgs.gov/neis/eqlists/eqstats.html
This will give a numerical list of the earthquakes that occur each
I have an older list that states in 1987. This one starts at
The Nelson article can be found at www.enterprisemission.org
Nature Debate: Is there reliable prediction of individual
earthquakes a realistic scientific goal?
Earthquakes and Behavior sites;
-- Articles 603, 625 and 866
At the end of this article, there is a list of earthquake research
want to check out some of these titles.
There is an astrologer from Istanbul who does earthquake research.
(another article at inbox12.htm)
I daily access www.maj.com/sun/noaa.html
This shows the impact of the solar flares and coronal holes upon the
-- complete list of
academic seismology sites worldwide.
-- earthquake catalog. Build your own
database using "search the catalog."
-- information on a
compilation of seismicity catalogs from NOAA and US Geological Survey
CD-Rom of seismic activity from 2100 BC to 995 AD (with updates to
available from internet download. A $200 set contains North American
"significant" earthquakes; 2050 BC to Present (Over 7.5 with lost of
and property damage.)
-- Earthquake Intensity
Database 1638 to 1895. US earthquakes and proximity to current
cities. This could be used to determine which fault is
involved. Unfortunately only very large quakes.
-- NASA Goddard Space Flight
Center's data base of Eclipse data maintained by Fred Espanak.
you ever wanted to know including the latitude and longitude
and UT time
for the greatest eclipse.
EARTHQUAKE PREDICTION IN INDIA
The 26 January earthquake of Gujarat was predicted more precisely
by a Saurashtra astrologer, Jai Prakash Madhak, who rightly saw it
affecting Gujarat on a very sound astrological basis. The predictions
were published in newspapers and news weeklies.
Steve Lee's Uranian earthquake charts, showing precise and unique 'signatures'
relevant to the exact time and place of each earthquake.
Nine 'Dial Charts' and Eclipse Maps.
India, Seattle USA, and El Salvador earthquakes 2001 / 2000.
Here are some of the websites that I have found helpful/interesting.
like the PBS site may seem a little basic to those of you with a deeper
scientific understanding of earthquakes, but I appreciated the plain
language and I'm sure many of you will as well.
National Earhquake center
extensively with them so need to know which ones to use.
A little on the technical side, but the first one has this breathtaking
illustration of the earth's magnetic field in relation to the sun.
If anyone else is having
a difficult time conceptualizing geomagnetism, this website helped
me to get a feel for it.
Winfried has a web page about here predictive methods.... you find now
summary and detailed material of the specialized technique in
It concerns an
advanced midpoint-method which also checks the (statistical) relevancy
numerous indicators. Every astrologer can use these indicators and
patterns (statically). I check additional their dynamic effect, their
efficiency for possible predictions.
Centre for Earthquake research and information -- The University of
An article not astrological and simple but is about "Earthquake predication
and Control" by Prof Stephen A Nelson Tulane University
"About Earthquakes" Has some good basic lecture pages about various
An Article possibly written by Mitchell Kaye home page Astro Gab
Geophysical Phenomena EARTHQUAKES
Statistical patterns of the damaging earthquakes between 1901-2001
Alastair Couper has done some amazing research and compiled some
impressive data (follow the links) regarding the effects of planetary
cycles on gravitational, radioactive, biological, etc. phenomena.
Couper is not an astrologer. He is a scientist (physicist?),
respected in his field, a lecturer at Tesla Symposiums who seems to
be working to open the eyes of the scientific community to the
pertainence of astrological measurements.
Here's another excerpt from another incredible article (again no mention
copyright restrictions)relating the plasma waves of not only the planets
our solar systems, but some of the fixed stars as well, to the earth's
natural resonance and THE ALPHA, BETA, THETA, DELTA AND ZETA BRAIN
This is the link for the article itself.
The home page is called "Earth Resonance" and can be found at
Winifried Huf -- completed my old database of damaging earthquakes
present 179 cases between 856-2001) and set up in the download.
Further information on earthquake data
Astrologically Judith Hill and Mark Pollit examined over 2,000 incidents
clustered in 60 regional divisions compared to an equal randomly generated
control group. It is available as a PDF (acrobat) file at:
links related to chilean Earthquakes.
There is very little summarized info of the item, just three specialized
books written in Chile, which has been consulted in this excelent
with VERY good info, however in spanish
unorthodox ways of predicting equakes:
Bob Fryer's Earthquake Warning Research
Bob Shannon's Pinpoint Earthquake
Charlotte King's Biological Earthquake
Deyo's BlackByrd's Nest
Mr Lee's Quake Prediction I
have not read everything, but notice that he uses Lunar eclipses
Earthquake Prediction by Ian Montaño
This one is related to earthquakes clouds
Clouds and Short Term
This links are orthodox, but interesting:
Predicting Earthquakes -by
Louis Pakiser and Kaye M. Shedlock, USGS
reliable prediction of individual earthquakes a realistic scientific
goal? -debate in Nature
Earthquake Prediction Information - by Ruth Ludwin, University of Washington.
Research Activities at Parkfield, California
But still, my favorite EQ monitoring site is this one :
Assessment of Schemes for Earthquake Prediction -Royal Astronomical
earthquake Prediction, Societal Implications -Keitti Aki, Univ. Southern
California, from Reviews of Geophysics
Earthquakes Cannot Be Predicted -Robert J. Geller, David D. Jackson,
Kagan, Francesco Mulargia, from Science
Papers from an NAS Colloquium on Earthquake Prediction: The Scientific
Geologist Jim Berkland Predicted The Peru-Chile Quake A fascinating
World-Wide Earthquake Locator:
Global Earthquake Report