Mw 7.0 Luzon, Philippines
updated 2022-07-27

On 27 July 2022 a major earthquake occurred in Luzon, Philippines at a depth of 10 km. The seismic event occurred at 00:43:24 UTC and had an estimated moment magnitude (Mw) 7.0.

An earthquake warning was issued on 24 July because of very critical geometry between the planets. This major earthquake occurred early in the critical time-frame following the critical alignment Mercury-Mars-Neptune on the 24th and a lunar peak that reached index 13 on the 26th. In addition, Mercury and Earth were involved in 90° geometry later on the 26th. Watch the forecast video below for more details.

#EarthMercuryMars

Mercury-Sun-Saturn        2022-07-21, 14:17:26  320°49'51"
Mercury-Mars-Neptune      2022-07-24, 20:05:34  353°11'34"
Sun-Mars-Jupiter          2022-07-25,  7:20:20  357°34'19"
Mercury-Mars-Jupiter      2022-07-27, 19:05:32  357°16'47"
Mercury-Venus-Uranus      2022-07-28,  5:52:07   44°33'55"
Mercury-Sun-Neptune       2022-07-28, 12:22:41  353°24'16"
Mercury-Sun-Jupiter       2022-07-29, 14:53:44  357°57'57"

Earth:   Mercury-Mars     2022-07-26, 19:01:28   90°00'00"
Mercury: Earth-Uranus     2022-07-26, 20:47:08   90°00'00"

Earth-Moon-Mars           2022-07-21, 15:21:58   40°56'25"
Earth-Moon-Uranus         2022-07-22,  5:31:53   48°09'25"
Earth-Moon-Venus          2022-07-26, 14:11:28  100°00'32"
Earth-Moon-Sun            2022-07-28, 17:11:29  125°18'37"
					
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