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These website links have been compiled by 
Project Enceladus members. While most are of a scientific-geophysical nature, there are a number 
sites giving alternative, innovative ideas.

Note: This list is not in any particular order.
Steve Lee, project co-ordinator, 31 August 2001


National 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 and this
is the resource that I use.


This form allows you to select the necessary parameters to perform a search
for earthquakes.

Go to:
This will give a numerical list of the earthquakes that occur each year.
I have an older list that states in 1987.  This one starts at 1990.

The Nelson article can be found at
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 books.  I
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
This shows the impact of the solar flares and coronal holes upon the earth's
electromagnetic field.  -- 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 on
CD-Rom of seismic activity from 2100 BC to 995 AD (with updates to presend
available from internet download.  A $200 set contains North American and
worldwide data. of
"significant" earthquakes; 2050 BC to Present (Over 7.5 with lost of life
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.  Everything
you ever wanted to know including the latitude and longitude  and UT time
for the greatest eclipse.

The 26 January earthquake of Gujarat was predicted more precisely
by a Saurashtra astrologer, Jai Prakash Madhak, who rightly saw it as
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.  Some,
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 the
summary and detailed material of the specialized  technique in following
address:  It concerns an
advanced midpoint-method which also checks the (statistical) relevancy of
numerous indicators. Every astrologer can use these indicators and these
patterns (statically). I check additional their dynamic effect, their
efficiency for possible predictions.

Centre for Earthquake research and information -- The University of Memphis

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 aspects
of earthquakes.

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?), highly
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 of
copyright restrictions)relating the plasma waves of not only the planets of
our solar systems, but some of the fixed stars as well, to the earth's
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 (at
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 web page,
with VERY good info, however in spanish http

unorthodox ways of predicting equakes:
Bob Fryer's Earthquake Warning Research Bob Shannon's Pinpoint Earthquake
News Charlotte King's Biological Earthquake
Sensitivity"}Stan 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"}Earthquake Clouds and Short Term

This links are orthodox, but interesting:  Predicting Earthquakes -by
Louis Pakiser and Kaye M. Shedlock, USGS Is the
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 Society
meeting abstracts
earthquake Prediction, Societal Implications -Keitti Aki, Univ. Southern
California, from Reviews of Geophysics
Earthquakes Cannot Be Predicted -Robert J. Geller, David D. Jackson, Yan Y.
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 site!

World-Wide Earthquake Locator:
Global Earthquake Report

This is from

This is an article I have reviewed on General Scientific Earthquake Prediction and possible control.

Tulane University

By Prof Stephen A. Nelson

Earthquake Prediction and Control

Long-Term Forecasting
Long-term forecasting is based mainly on the knowledge of when and where earthquakes have occurred in the past.  Thus, knowledge of present tectonic setting, historical records, and geological records are studied to determine locations and recurrence intervals of earthquakes.  Two aspects of this are important.

1.Paleoseismology - the study of prehistoric earthquakes.  Through study of the offsets in sedimentary layers near fault zones, it is often possible to determine recurrence intervals of major earthquakes prior to the recorded historical record.  If it is determined that earthquakes have recurrence intervals of say 1 every 100 years, and there are no records of earthquakes in the last 100 years, then a long-term forecast can be made and efforts can be undertaken to reduce seismic risk.

2.Seismic gaps - A seismic gap is a zone along a tectonically active area where no earthquakes have occurred recently, but it is known that elastic strain is building in the rocks.  If  a seismic gap can be identified, then it might be an area expected to have a large earthquake in the near future.

Short-Term Prediction

·Short-term predication involves monitoring of processes that occur in the vicinity of earthquake prone faults for activity that signify a coming earthquake. 

·Anomalous events or processes that may precede an earthquake are called precursor events and might signal a coming earthquake.

·Despite the array of possible precursor events that are possible to monitor, successful short-term earthquake prediction has so far been difficult to obtain.   This is likely because:

othe processes that cause earthquakes occur deep beneath the surface and are difficult to monitor.

oearthquakes in different regions or along different faults all behave differently, thus no consistent patterns have so far been recognized.

Among the precursor events that may be important are the following:

·Ground Uplift and Tilting of the ground - Measurements taken in the vicinity of active faults sometimes show that prior to an earthquake the ground is uplifted or tilts due to the swelling of rocks caused by strain building on the fault.   This may lead to the formation of numerous small cracks (called microcracks).   This cracking in the rocks may lead to small earthquakes called foreshocks.

·Foreshocks - Prior to a 1975 earthquake in China, the observation of numerous foreshocks led to successful prediction of an earthquake and evacuation of the city of the Haicheng.  The magnitude 7.3 earthquake that occurred, destroyed half of the city of about 100 million inhabitants, but resulted in only a few hundred deaths because of the successful evacuation.. 

  • Water Level in Wells - As rocks become strained in the vicinity of a fault, changes in pressure of the groundwater (water existing in the pore spaces and fractures in rocks) occur.  This may force the groundwater to move to higher or lower elevations, causing changes in the water levels in wells. 
  • Emission of Radon Gas - Radon is an inert gas that is produced by the radioactive decay of uranium and other elements in rocks.  Because Radon is inert, it does not combine with other elements to form compounds, and thus remains in a crystal structure until some event forces it out.  Deformation resulting from strain may force the Radon out and lead to emissions of Radon that show up in well water.  The newly formed microcracks discussed above could serve as pathways for the Radon to escape into groundwater.  It has been reported that increases in the amount of radon emissions increases prior to some earthquakes. 
  • Changes in the Electrical Resistivity of Rocks - Electrical resistivity is the resistance to the flow of electric current .  In general rocks are poor conductors of electricity, but water is more efficient a conducting electricity.  If microcracks develop and groundwater is forced into the cracks, this may cause the electrical resistivity to decrease (causing the electrical conductivity to increase).  In some cases a 5-10% drop in electrical resistivity has been observed prior to an earthquake. 
  • Unusual Radio Waves - Just prior to the Loma Prieta Earthquake of 1989, some researchers reported observing unusual radio waves.  Where these were generated and why, is not yet known, but research is continuing. 
Strange Animal Behavior - Prior to a magnitude 7.4 earthquake in Tanjin, China, zookeepers reported unusual animal behavior.  Snakes refusing to go into their holes, swans refusing to go near water, pandas screaming, etc.  This was the first systematic study of this phenomenon prior to an earthquake.  Although other attempts have been made to repeat a prediction based on animal behavior, there have been no other successful predictions.

Controlling Earthquakes

Although no attempts have yet been made to control earthquakes, earthquakes have been known to be induced by human interaction with the Earth.  This suggests that in the future earthquake control may be possible. 

Examples of human induced earthquakes

  • For ten years after construction of the Hoover Dam in Nevada blocking the Colorado River to produce Lake Mead, over 600 earthquakes occurred, one with magnitude of 5 and 2 with magnitudes of 4. 
  • In the late 1960s toxic waste injected into hazardous waste disposal wells at Rocky Flats, near Denver apparently caused earthquakes to occur in a previously earthquake quiet area.  The focal depths of the quakes ranged between 4 and 8 km, just below the 3.8 km-deep wells. 
  • Nuclear testing in Nevada set off thousands of aftershocks after the explosion of a 6.3 magnitude equivalent underground nuclear test.  The largest aftershocks were about magnitude 5
In the first two examples the increased seismicity was apparently due to increasing fluid pressure in the rocks which resulted in re-activating older faults by increasing strain. 

The problem, however, is that of the energy involved.  Remember that for every increase in earthquake magnitude there is about a 30 fold increase in the amount of energy released.  Thus, in order to release the same amount of energy as a magnitude 8 earthquake, 30 magnitude 7 earthquakes would be required.  Since magnitude 7 earthquakes are still very destructive, we might consider generating smaller earthquakes.   If we say that a magnitude 4 earthquake might be acceptable, how many magnitude 4 earthquakes are required to release the same amount of energy as a magnitude 8 earthquake?   Answer 30 x 30 x 30 x 30 x 30 = 810,000!  Still, in the future it may be possible to control earthquakes either with explosions to gradually reduce the stress or by pumping fluids into the ground.

This article was written in 1990 he states that he has been searching for a pattern in E Q charts since 1986. I have listed parts of his article. The full article is on the site above.
Geophysical Phenomena Earthquakes.By Mitchell Kay.
In this article he states.

Predication Parameters

Geodetic planetary ruler conjunct or square 2, 5, 8, (Koch house cusps)
Moon sextile Mercury (maybe trine)
High tide
Full/New Moon

Since 1986 I have been erecting E.Q. charts in search of a pattern. This is what I've found: The Geodetic, planetary ruler is generally conjunct or square a house cusp at the moment of the quake

For example, in southern Calif the Geodetic planetary rulers would be Jupiter (Sagittarius on the M.C.) and Uranus (Aquarius on the Asc.). Observing the E.Q. charts (Koch house system) for July 9, 1986 - Sept. 30, 1986, in no less than 6 times does Uranus in Sagittarius conjunt or square the 2, 5, or 8; Jupiter in Pisces, 3 times. Sometimes together: Uranus in the 2nd squaring the 5th with Jupiter in the 5th squaring the 8th. Occasionally there's the odd, but powerful exception like that of July 21. 1986 in S. California. 4.0 on the Richter scale with Moon in Aquarius on the 5th, Neptune in Capricorn on the 4th, Saturn in Sagittarius on the 3rd, and Pluto in Scorpio on the 2nd. All within 8 minutes of the quake.

In addition, I'd like to call your attention to one last but important detail: And that concerns Transpluto. As the name implies: Beyond Pluto. Transpluto has been a favorite of the European astrologers; extensively researched psychically and on paper. Like Pluto, it personifies the sudden, explosive nature of volcanoes and earthquakes and has shown-up in a number of E.Q. charts: Conjunct or trine the Asc. or conjunct the I.C.; various touchy places like that.


An article on the wiring of  the State of California to measure earthquakes and tremors:
Southern California Earthquake Center:
And there you will find additional links to other sites with information on  this interesting scientific project that just very recently has entered into operation. I just took a look around there and found many additional links,  like this one:  with a lot more information about all the details of what is going on with  htis project... There are also amazing data bases dealing with all  Californian earthquakes, and lots more: check it out! 

A French site dedicated to astrological research much as the Project Enceladus group proposes. 
Mary Downing article with related articles numbered within it. 

the CURA Link page to earthquake articles online on&nrespp=15 

This is a science-based method
Calico is a Psychic and on her pages has listed those which she has successfully predicted and docmented... below is an exzcerpt from her Earthquake page:
.....For many years, I could not explain the sudden sensitivity that would grip me at a moments' notice.  No matter where I was... at home, in a crowd of people, at work... when the 'vibe' came, it always stopped me in my tracks and I wondered what it meant.  One afternoon, it happened during a calm walk in the park. Unlike other times, when I had been distracted by my surroundings, I stopped and closed my eyes to become more aware.  To my amazement, I heard the words: "China.  7.2" There was a shrill ringing in my left ear, and a 'hollow' sound.  I knew that I had linked with something important. Carefully, I noted the time, date, and prediction that a major earthquake of 7.2 magnitude would occur in China. I was astounded two days later when I heard on the news that China had had a 7.2 earthquake! 

There is a tsunami database at
If you're looking for town locations affected by tsunami as a result of earthquakes try this. Unfortunately you may find the biggest waves wipe out the recording stations.... It may be of help in the 1964  earthquake, and perhaps some other ones too. 

This site is under construction.   Please return later for more material.

          -  Steve Lee, Project Co-ordinator, 31 August 2001