Monday, 7 August 2017

The enigmatic path of the "Gran Americana" August 21, 2017 Solar Eclipse.

Eclipses are not "per se" something bad. So, the "gran Americana" August 21, 2017 Solar eclipse won't necessarily break all hell loose on the USA . The lights will somehow turn off and then on big time, restarting the system anew...

What strikes me though is the path of this eclipse...It comes over from the Pacific ocean (portending some major Asian event reverberating in the USA?) and then it intersects the American continent right over its most deadly/fragile north-west seashore (as the geologists/ seismologists recently discovered): the Cascadia subduction zone (which is estimated to produce in the immediate future a 9 Richter scale mega-earthquake)!

That's not all though...As the eclipse's path moves deeper within the American continent it is somehow crossing the wider area of the Yellowstone park (where one of the deadliest super-volcanoes on earth is lying), the New Madrid fault (near St. Louis, a fault that produced an almost 8 Richter scale quake in 1811. This is the area of the eclipse's greatest duration). Finally, the path is exiting the USA right over its south-eastern states, which are prone to major hurricanes. And then the eclipse's path proceeds to the Atlantic Ocean, to the north of the so called Bermuda triangle...

It's not in my intentions to be an alarmist, nor a harbinger of bad events. I am just stressing here the fact that the path of this "Americana" eclipse is by coincidence passing through the most fragile geologically / meteorologically  areas of the USA.

Thomas Gazis

(P.S. I saved the map you see here from some site I don't remember by now. If you know the site please let me know so that we credit it for this excellent map).