Mw 7.2 Southern Peru
updated 27 May 2022

On 26 May 2022 a major earthquake occurred in Southern Peru at a depth of 210 km. The seismic event occurred at 12:02:20 UTC and had an estimated moment magnitude (Mw) 7.2.

Planetary geometry was critical on 20 and 21 May with a total convergence of four planetary alignments. Although a seismic increase was anticipated for the days immediately following this geometry, more critical were considered the days from 25 to 27 May due to the high lunar peak on 24-25 May, which was the next lunar peak that followed on the critical planetary geometry. The seismic response to this planetary and lunar geometry was a series of three strong earthquakes on 21-22 May peaking Mw 6.3 South of Fiji Islands, and a series of four strong to major earthquaks on 26-27 May.

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Sun-Venus-Saturn          2022-05-20,  6:31:19  318°53'15"
Mercury-Venus-Neptune     2022-05-20, 14:42:49  353°46'22"
Sun-Mercury-Earth         2022-05-21, 19:10:54  240°24'38"
Mercury-Venus-Jupiter     2022-05-21, 23:26:55  356°30'48"
Sun-Mars-Saturn           2022-05-25, 10:44:07  319°02'55"

Earth-Moon-Saturn         2022-05-22,  6:46:04  324°47'35"
Earth-Moon-Neptune        2022-05-24, 12:11:34  354°48'43"
Earth-Moon-Mars           2022-05-24, 21:02:25  359°37'39"
Earth-Moon-Jupiter        2022-05-25,  1:57:48    2°17'23"
geometry analysis and forecast video

SSGI chart
SSGI COMMON graph of critical planetary (PG) and lunar (LG) geometry

SSGI chart
SSGI SUM graph of critical planetary (PG) geometry

atmospheric electricity
atmospheric electricity before and during the earthquake