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- Steve Lee, Project Co-ordinator, 30 August 2001
4 Jul 2001
BOLIVIA EARTHQUAKE: Jun 29 2001; 2:35:51pm AST; 19S28/66W11 (corrected
NOTE: This earthquake occurred opposite the globe from the Philippines
1) Astro*Carto*Graphy for Lunation - July 5 2001
This Earthquake responded to the upcoming Lunar Eclipse. The Sun-Moon
ACG lines for this eclipse ran directly over Southern Bolivia. There was
no exact alignment for the June 21 Eclipse over Bolivia.
2) Solar Activity & the KP Index:
This was an extremely calm period. Even the x-ray activity was extremely
3) Lunation Data:
a) Perigee/Apogee - Perigee occurred on June 23; N/A
b) Declination/Latitude - 6S/4N
c) Magneto-Tail - N/A
d) Solar Cycle - 97B Sun-Moon separation
4) Planetary Stations:
a) Mercury Station on June 28
5) Relationship to Solar Max Cycle:
In 2001, all earthquakes will occur at the peak of Solar Max
6) Meridian Placement at Earthquake:
Both Uranus and Saturn were angular. Uranus was squaring Venus on Desc.
Neptune was exactly conjunct the IC, almost exactly square Saturn in 7th
House. Using Transpluto, there was a Fixed T-Square with Venus on Desc
square TP and Uranus. Highly Significant!
7) Perigee of Planets:
Mars reached closest approach on June 21
8) Sun Spot Cycle:
This earthquake occurred during a relative sun spot minimum. Not Significant.
9) Unusual Astronomical Phenomena:
On June 29-30, there were 7 near-Earth fly-bys of asteroids and comets.
This is a very unusually high number occurring within a short period of
time and, averaging 0.5 AU, these can have a significant gravitational
pull. Not quite as tight, the end of July 2001, 23-24 strong/26-27 less
strong may generate stress. There is a Mars/Saturn-Pluto alignment at this
time. The New Moon on July 20 highlights southern China and Peru.
Earth reached Aphelion from Sun on July 4