UPDATE: Quiet Before the Storm? Yes. Earthquakes, Volcanoes, More

Historically, my research clearly shows a pattern of a 14 day window prior to and 14 days after, a total lunar or solar eclipse. As mentioned, the most influential source which accompanies a total lunar eclipse is gravity.

It is the tug and release produced by gravitational waves as the cause…

Historically, my research clearly shows a pattern of a 14 day window prior to and 14 days after, a total lunar or solar eclipse. As mentioned, the most influential source which accompanies a total lunar eclipse is gravity.


It is the tug and release produced by gravitational waves as the cause of all Earthly fluids to ebb and flow. Sometimes it is subtle, other times it is robust causing greater tides. When you add the current vulnerability of seamount and surface tectonics, even a modern source of celestial or terra induced gravity waves will be more than enough to activate or produce earthquakes and volcanoes.


In-part as a result of my research, it has become known as “fluid displacement.” Place “earth changes fluid displacement” in Google. Fluid takes many forms in addition to ocean water – such as lava, oil, and rain. Fluid displacement tells us it is not only an insurgence of fluid that causes instability, but also in the way of extraction or depletion of fluid. It is the “displacement” (up or down) which causes a shift in plate tectonics hence earthquakes. The same can be said for volcanoes. However, with volcanoes one must also add the distribution or displacement of lava causing an unstable scenario.

It is for this reason I come forward with a more pungent scenario during this cycle of lunar and solar eclipse.


And there is more: It just so happens that the first solar eclipse of 2014 occurs just 14 days later during the Moon’s descending node in southern Aries on April 29th. This particular solar eclipse is rather unusual because the central axis of the Moon’s antumbral shadow misses Earth entirely while the shadow edge grazes the planet. Classified as a non-central annular eclipse, such events are rare. Out of the 3,956 annular eclipses occurring during the last 5,000-year period, only 68 of them are non-central.


Regarding a solar eclipse’ effect on Earth comes by the way of rapid and sudden temperature shifts. One may not understand how a brief 1 to 3 hour exposure of our Sun being shielding by our Moon for what would seem as a very brief time could cause intended or unintended consequences to our atmosphere, surface temperature, and down through the Earth’s crust and into the mantle and perhaps beyond.


But when you plug-in the mechanics of “convection”, you will begin to understand the cause and effect which sets in motion a disturbance in the balanced rhythm to maintain the Earth’s outer and inner core of which its goal is to maintain an ambient temperature of co-existence. When this becomes out of balance, the formation of mantle plumes become highly active for the purpose of releasing energy to protect the inner core imploding in very much the same a planet  would go nova and perhaps developing a black hole.


The good news this delicate dance has been going on for millions of years. Having said this, it does not mean we can sit on our complacent laurels and do nothing. We always have choice, and although we cannot stop natural occurring events, we can surely “facilitate” them. In other words…have a general plan of preparedness both world-wide and local. However, it would appear we as a Earthly human race are not quite there yet.

Below is a list capturing a decade identifying the escalation of earthquake and volcanic activity within two weeks prior and/or two weeks after a full lunar eclipse.

Historical dates of full lunar eclipse from 2001 to 2011.

2001 Jan 09

2003 May 16

2003 Nov 09

2004 May 04

2004 Oct 28

2007 Mar 03

2007 Aug 28

2008 Feb 21

2010 Dec 21

2011 Dec 25

2011 Jun 15

And here is what happened: Events which occurred within two weeks prior and/or two weeks after the last six full lunar eclipse.

January 2001 – (India) A magnitude 7.6 earthquake shook the Indian Province of Gujarat. It was one of the two most deadly earthquakes to strike India in its recorded history. The death toll was 19,727, number of injured at 166,000, over 600,000 people were left homeless, with 348,000 houses destroyed and an additional 844,000 damaged.

May 2003 – (Turkey) At least 176 people have died and 521 people were injured after a magnitude 6.4 earthquake that shook the eastern Turkey’s Bingöl province. Several public buildings collapsed in the centre of Bingöl city and its vicinity. The last official report concerning the consequences of the earthquake in the city indicates about 570 buildings were collapsed and about 6000 others were damaged.

November 17th 2003 – (Alaska) One of the largest earthquakes in US history measuring 7.8 magnitude at Rat Island, Alaska.

October 2004 – (Japan) A series of powerful earthquakes the strongest with a magnitude of 6.7 jolted northern Japan, killing at least 30 people and injuring more than 2000 people largely as the result of building collapse.

March 6th 2007 – (Sumatra) Two quakes hit Sumatra measuring 6.4 and 6.3. Over 60 fatalities and 460 serious injuries have been reported, spread across many towns and regencies in West Sumatra. Over 43,000 houses were damaged, with over 12,000 of those severely damaged.

August 15th 2007 – (Peru) Earthquake measuring 7.4 magnitude killed more than 600 people and thousands more were injured.

February 21st 2008 – (Indonesia) A powerful 7.4 earthquake in Indonesia killed three people and injured 25 today, but did not trigger a tsunami.

December 21st 2010 (Tokyo) Residents of southern Japanese islands scrambled to community centers early Wednesday when a strong offshore quake briefly triggered a tsunami alert, but the 7.4-magnitude temblor prompted only a mild swelling of waves. There were no immediate reports of damage from the quake,

December 25th 2010 (Vanuatu Islands) A 7.6-magnitude earthquake struck in the Pacific Ocean’s Vanuatu Islands region early Sunday, prompting a tsunami warning for the area, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.

January 1st 2011 (Argentina) A magnitude-7.0 earthquake struck a rural area of northern Argentina Saturday morning, but its epicenter was so deep that it gave only a light shake to towns nearby. It was not immediately clear if there were any injuries or damage, but the earthquake was hardly felt in Santiago del Estero, the provincial capital, where Emilio Abdala, a receptionist at the 14-story Hotel Casino Carlos V, told The Associated Press that nobody felt a thing.

June 13th 2011 (Christchurch, New Zealand) A series of powerful tremors rattled the quake-prone New Zealand city of Christchurch on Monday, destroying buildings and sending boulders tumbling down hillsides nearly four months after a quake killed 181 people.


About Earth Changes Media w/ Mitch Battros

Mitch Battros is a scientific journalist who is highly respected in both the scientific and spiritual communities due to his unique ability to bridge the gap between modern science and ancient text. Founded in 1995 – Earth Changes TV was born with Battros as its creator and chief editor for his syndicated television show. In 2003, he switched to a weekly radio show as Earth Changes Media. ECM quickly found its way in becoming a top source for news and discoveries in the scientific fields of astrophysics, space weather, earth science, and ancient text. Seeing the need to venture beyond the Sun-Earth connection, in 2016 Battros advanced his studies which incorporates our galaxy Milky Way - and its seemingly rhythmic cycles directly connected to our Solar System, Sun, and Earth driven by the source of charged particles such as galactic cosmic rays, gamma rays, and solar rays. Now, "Science Of Cycles" is the vehicle which brings the latest cutting-edge discoveries confirming his published Equation.
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