Mw 6.9 Alaska Peninsula
updated 14 August 2021

On 14 August 2021 a strong to major earthquake occurred at the Alaska Peninsula at a depth of 10 km. The seismic event occurred at 11:57:43 UTC and had an estimated moment magnitude (Mw) 6.9.

Four planetary alignments from 9 to 11 August preceded the earthquake, that occurred at the time of the second lunar peak since the critical planetary geometry (high red peak). Major seismic activity already preceded this earthquake. On the 11th a Mw 7.1 earthquake in Mindanao, Philippines, followed by a Mw 7.7 and a Mw 8.0 earthquake in the South Sandwich Islands Region. Another major earthquake followed half an hour later in the Haiti Region. Major seismic activity was expected to occur from 10 to 14 August due to very critical planetary geometry from 7 to 11 August. See also the Telegram posts below.

Sun-Mercury-Mars          2021-08-09,  9:59:46  168°10'22"
Venus-Earth-Neptune       2021-08-10,  0:05:30  352°23'03"
Mercury-Sun-Neptune       2021-08-10,  3:12:33  351°16'09"
Mercury-Earth-Jupiter     2021-08-11,  1:07:10  328°05'35"
SSGI chart
SSGI depiction of planetary (PG) and lunar (LG) geometry


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