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• — •Y A M A N D A R A Research & Applications• — •
Some works results are published in:
1) the article THE FORGOTTEN PLANET THAT INFLUENCES THE RELEASE OF EARTHQUAKES
2) the book SEISMIC FORECAST, which part of it is presented next
The use of data relating to SEISMIC FORECAST and published on this site is at disposal of everyone, as far as are mentioned: 1) the name of the author «Sylvie K. Touranne», and 2) the centre of Research and Applications «Yamanda RA», where those pioneering works are getting developped.
The below article THE FORGOTTEN PLANET THAT INFLUENCES THE RELEASE OF EARTHQUAKES has been proposed to the Magazine Nature for publishing (2006). It has been refused after the editing committee had waited the period of release of an important earthquake mentioned in the text. The event occurred 24 hours after this denial ! The described calculations have therefore demonstrated the true evidence of the prediction. read the article
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Here is an extract of the book Seismic Forecast, by Sylvie K. Touranne.
This book is to be published. We are seeking a publisher for the English version and the French version.
Vulcan’s importance in the release of earthquakes
First, it must be said that Vulcan alone is of no importance in gathering the required stressing energies, in order to release a seismic event. Very few are the days when Vulcan is not aspected during the year. But aspected with one or more planets, and/or the luminaries (Sun and Moon), things change a lot.
Many are the different possibilities of Vulcan to «touch» another heavenly body at certain times and periods, then direct the joint vibration to the earth.
According to their position within the solar system and material structure, two groups of planets are usually considered :
a) the internal and telluric planets :
Mercury – Venus – Moon – Mars – Jupiter
b) the external and gaseous planets :
Saturn – Uranus – Neptune – Pluto
Vulcan should be considered apart, like the Sun.
The difference of energies released by internal or external planets is quite obvious : the proximity to the Earth of telluric bodies and their orbits, their mineral or dense structure refrains from the highest acoustic vibrations and slow down their resonance capacity. While the external planets have many more possibilities to vibrate within the ethereal structure of the universe’s void. The size of a planet does not mean anything.
It has been observed that Vulcan’s action is much more powerful when it synthesizes the energies of the external planets, aspected in certain ways.
In a given number of earthquakes of magnitude between 7.0 and 8.0 on the Richter scala, most are released from Vulcan as point of departure. This represents 83,3% of the seismic events in a year, for an average of 18 earthquakes of such an intensity.
Vulcan coupled directly with Pluto gives 66,6% of the considered events.
Vulcan coupled directly with Uranus gives only 5,5%.
If we consider the earthquakes of magnitude between 6.0 and 6.9, Vulcan is active as point of departure in 83,2%, this means an identical result compared to the higher intensities.
A year of statistics
Now, considering the seismic activity of the solar year 2005-2006 starting from the summer solstice June 21st, we notice 197 earthquakes of magnitude between 6.0 and 8.5 within 149 days distributed on the year.
The choice to begin the statistic on June 21st was obvious, as the tsunami of December 26th , 2004 in Sumatra was so strong (9.0 on the Richter scala), as to repeat tremors for at least three months after the event. That would have given false results.
If we consider the civil year of 2006, we notice little changes in the number of the earthquakes of magnitude between 6.0 and 8.5 : 190. And, as little changes for the number of the days dispatched in the year : 150.
The release of seismic actions starting from Vulcan has been calculated on the basis of days per year, with magnitude of 6.0 and more. The result is as high as 74,3%, that is an amount of 111 days out of 149.
If we compare this result to other planets, as departing point of action in one relation – excluding Vulcan – we get for :
Pluto : 10%
Neptune : 6,7%
Uranus : 5,4%
And, altogether randomly, Saturn, Jupiter, Mars, Sun, Moon : 3,6% of the cases.
It must be precised that those results concern only the main relation (see below) and not the cases when there are more relations during a day.
Considering the entire yearly action of Vulcan as major departure point of seismic release (total of 74,3%), in the following results we get the direct aspect to one external planet in one relation. Example : Vulcan – Uranus – Moon – Mars – Venus – Sun. :
1) Vulcan – Uranus : 29 x/year = 26,1%, and 19,5% of all the seismic events in one year
2) Vulcan – Pluto : 17x/year = 15,3%, and 11,4% of all the seismic events in one year
3) Vulcan – Neptune : 15 x/year = 13,5%, and 10% of all the seismic events in one year
4) Vulcan – Jupiter : 8x/year = 7,2%, and 5,4% of all the seismic events in one year
5) Vulcan Saturn : 6x/year = 5,4%, and 4% of all the seismic events in one year
The direct aspect involving a departing conjunction of Vulcan – Sun – Mercury with another planet (external or not) gives a result of 36x/ year = 32,4%, and 24% of all the seismic events in one year.
It remains 6 events (5,4% / 4%), released by aspects between Vulcan and : Mars and Moon.
Vulcan conjunct the Sun and Mercury is a configuration that occurs 6 times a year, from the fact of the retrogradation of Mercury. Then Vulcan is twice in a conjunct position to both astral bodies. Those periods are always very active seismically. And we note as a rule, magnitudes of 6.0 and more during those days. There is no regularity as to say the precise angle of the conjunction. But when Vulcan is close to the angle of 4°30’ to both Sun and Mercury, we can be sure to observe a strong energetic reactivity that will start the period. Above all, when during the week before, the geoseismic activity was quiet (between 4.0 and 5.5).
Also, Vulcan is more active when it is positioned before the Sun, and less active after it has transited the star. But the difference is thin.
Now we will consider indirect aspects of a relation, which point of departure is always Vulcan. This means that the external planet is placed in the relation, but in any other position than the second (direct). Example : Vulcan – Mars – Moon – Neptune – Sun.
1) Vulcan – Neptune : 36x/year = 32,4% and 24,1% of all the seismic events in one year
2) Vulcan – Pluto : 28 x/year = 25,2%, and 18,8% of all the seismic events in one year
3) Vulcan – Uranus : 23x/year = 20,7%, and 15,4% of all the seismic events in one year
The number of daily relations is very important, as each planet transmits its energy to the other, in continous or discontinuous mode. That means different amounts of energy, considering all the positions of the planetary bodies. (Both luminaries Sun and Moon are also included as planetary bodies if not specifically mentioned.)
We note that there can be one, two or three relations per day. Not more.
Each relation is composed of a minimum of 1 aspect between two or more bodies (in the case of conjunctions and clusters).
In a daily configuration, the more continuous the relation, the more power it generates. And the more fragmented the relations, the less power they generate.
In one year, the seismic events are distributed in :
1 relation : 74 = 49,6%
2 relations : 65 = 43,6%
3 relations : 10 = 6,7%
1) In one year, Vulcan is the cause of seismic release in 71,6% when there is one relation, and in 20% when there are two relations.
When there is one daily relation, all three external planets Pluto, Uranus and Neptune are involved in most of the cases. The other planets seem to play a secondary role. But it is never possible to avoid them in an analysis, as they are channels for the energy to reach the time-space-focus of an earthquake.
When there are two relations in one day, the resonant energy is channeled as segments of a whole action. From the point of departure of the split energies, we can deduce the kind of force that will be active. In all seismic events that overcome magnitude of 6.0, we find Vulcan in one relation and an external planet in the other. If this occurs after one week of relative quietness (magnitudes from 4.5 to 5.4), then the destructive aspect of the resonance will be stronger.
If it occurs in a serie of events, with every second day actions of magnitudes between 5.5 and 6.0, then we can expect one event with magnitude between 6.2 and 7.0. This has been observed as often as to consider it as a rule.
2) In one year, Vulcan in the first relation and Pluto in the second relation are active in 30% of the cases.
3) In one year, Vulcan in the first relation and Uranus in the second relation are active in 29,2% of the cases.
4) In one year, Vulcan in the first relation and Neptune in the second relation are active in 21,5% of the cases.
If we consider the intensity of magnitudes 7.0 to 8.0, and the events of 2005–2006 (21.6), we note 18 earthquakes. From which 10 were released in one relation (55%). And 8 in two relations (45%).
In 83,3% of the events (15), Vulcan was the cause of the release. From which 6 were a conjunction of Vulcan to Sun and Mercury.
In 11,1% of the events (2), Pluto was the cause of the release.
In 5,5% of the events (1), Neptune was the cause of the release.
In 77,7% of the events (14), Vulcan is directly aspected to one external planet :
Uranus = 7x / Neptune = 4x / Pluto = 3x.
In all the events, the external planets are involved in indirect aspects and one relation :
Pluto = 6x / Neptune = 5x / Uranus = 4x
As to the second relation, the starting planet is always external :
Pluto = 4x / Uranus = 3x / Neptune = 1x
When making a synthesis of the results, we get for the planets’ involvements in all the relations:
Vulcan = 15x / Pluto = 15x / Uranus = 14x /Neptune = 11x
Saturn is involved once in this study.
Considering the angle made by Vulcan with any other planet, as departing aspect of resonance for a day, we get for :
the conjunction (angle of 0° to 4°) : 29,5%
the square (angle of 86° to 94°) : 11,4 %
the trine (angle of 116° to 124°) : 8%
the quincunx (angle of 146° to 154°) : 8%
the opposition (angle of 176° to 184°) : 7,4%
the sextile (angle of 56° to 64°) : 6,7%
This proves that Vulcan is much more than quite important, in understanding the cosmic global action of our solar system for seismic prediction.