Kilauea eruption [Volcano]

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Kilauea eruption [Volcano]

Post by Jim Eshelman » Tue Jun 12, 2018 6:13 pm

[original 5/4/2018]

May 3, 2918, late afternoon, Mount Kilauea, Hawaii (19N25'16", 155W17'12")

Mount Kilauea in Hawaii erupted yesterday. It has been rumbling and gurgling for a while, and yesterday, following a 5.0 magnitude earthquake, it broke open. (By another standard, it has been in continuous eruptuon since 1983.) I have no specific time of the eruption beyond "late Thursday afternoon." Mandatory evacuations removed 1,700 people from the expected path.

Using 4 PM as a working time...

Year: Capsolar (Dormant. Moon-Mercury-Saturn.
Year: Cansolar (Dormant.) Moon-Uranus.

Bridge {+2}
t Saturn sq. Cansolar Asc 1/28-7/16
t Saturn conj. CapQ Moon 4/30-5/27
Event window: April 30 to May 27

Quarter: Arisolar (Dormant.) Moon-Saturn.

Quarter: Libsolar {+1}
Uranus sq. MC (0°27')
Sun sq. MC (1°09')
-- Sun-Uranus op. (1°36')
Jupiter on Dsc (2°01')
Mercury on Dsc (2°56')
-- Mercury-Jupiter conj. (0°16')
Moon-Venus (1°13')

Month: Caplunar (Dormant.) Moon-Uranus Moon-Pluto.

Week: Liblunar {+2}
Sun sq. Asc (1°52')
Uranus on MC (5°05')
-- Su/Ur on MC (0°37')
Moon on IC (7°33')
Moon-Mars sq. (2°32')
Moon-Uranus op. (2°31' in mundo)

Day: Capsolar Quotidian {+1}
(I think this is more indicative of the evacuation than the volcano.)
t Saturn conj. p Moon (0°48')
p Asc conj. t Jupiter (0°10'), s Jupiter (0°00')
-- t Jupiter conj. r Jupiter (0°10')

Day: Cansolar Quotidian & Transits {+2}
t Sun conj. p Moon (0°02')
p MC sq. p Sun (0°32'), s Sun (1°18'), sq. s Mars (1°42')
p Asc sq. s Jupiter (0°35')
p EP conj. t Pluto (1°26')
-----------------------------------
t Saturn sq. s Asc (0°08')


SUMMARY
Year (Capsolar): (Dormant.) Moon-Mercury Moon-Saturn.
Year (Cansolar): (Dormant.)
Bridge: Saturn (Cap). Saturn (Can).
Quarter: (Dormant.) Moon-Saturn.
Quarter (Libsolar): Sun Mercury Jupiter Uranus. Moon-Venus Sun-Uranus Mercury-Jupiter.
Month: (Dormant.) Moon-Uranus Moon-Pluto.
Week (+2): Sun (Moon Uranus). Moon-Mars Moon-Uranus Su/Ur.
Day (CapQ, +1): Jupiter Moon-Saturn Jupiter-Jupiter.
Day (Cansolar): Moon Mars Jupiter Pluto Moon-Sun (CanQ). Saturn (transit).
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6.9 Quake @ Hawaii volcano site

Post by Jim Eshelman » Tue Jun 12, 2018 6:15 pm

May 4, 2018, 22:32:55 UT, 19N22'12'', 155W01'55''

A magnitude 6.9 earthquake struck Leilani Estates, Hawaii with its epicenter at the Kilauea volcano. (It was one of 119 earthquakes there today, of varying magnitudes.) No tsunami is expected.

At the moment and place the quake struck, Jupiter was 0°48' from IC and Sun near MC.

Year: Capsolar (Dormant.) Moon-Mercury-Saturn.
Year: Cansolar (Dormant.) Moon-Sun Moon-Uranus.

Bridge
t Saturn conj. CapQ Moon (0°46')
t Saturn sq. Cansolar Asc (0°28')

Quarter: Arisolar (Dormant.) Moon-Mars Moon-Saturn.

Quarter: Libsolar
Uranus sq. MC (0°12')
Sun sq. MC (1°24')
-- Sun-Uranus op. (1°36')
Jupiter on Dsc (2°21')
Mercury on WP (0°53'), WP (1°27')
-- Mercury-Jupiter conj. (0°16')
-- Mercury-Uranus op. (3°23')
Moon-Venus conj. (1°13')

Month: Caplunar (Dormant.) Moon-Sun Moon-Uranus Moon-Pluto.

Week: Liblunar
Sun sq. Asc (1°39')
Uranus on MC (5°17')
-- Su/Ur on MC (0°52')
Moon on IC (7°48')
Moon-Mars sq. (2°32')
Moon-Uranus op. (2°32' in mundo)

Day: Capsolar Quotidian
t Saturn conj. p Moon (0°46')
p MC sq. s Mars (1°11')
p Asc conj. s Jupiter (1°10'), t Jupiter (1°17')

Day: Cansolar Quotidian & Transits
t Sun conj. p Moon (0°45')
p MC op. s/p Uranus (0°58'), t Uranus (1°57'), sq. p Mars (1°03'), s Mars (0°32')
-- p Mars-Uranus sq. (0°05')
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t Saturn sq. s Asc (0°28')
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Re: Kilauea eruption

Post by Jim Eshelman » Tue Jun 12, 2018 6:17 pm

[originally posted 5/19/18]
Jim Eshelman wrote:
Thu May 17, 2018 9:20 am
Kilauea just erupted from its summit, blasting "a dusty plume of ash" 30,000 feet up. This is just breaking, probably more news coming.

LATER: Reuters said it occurred at 4:15 AM.
This was May 17, 2018. The mountain's location is 19N25'16", 155W17'12". Anything local for this eruption in contrast of the others? [This is the event which should be catalogued and shown. See the Wikipedia article below to put in perspective that this was the key eruption event. RECALCULATE ALL OF THESE before publishing, since it is created piece-meal.]
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kīlauea#2 ... e_episodes

The chart for the eruption itself is quite extraordinary. Uranus is 0°32' below Ascendant. Pluto is 1°06' past MC. They are in 1°38' mundane square.

Yes, the new WEEK chart punches it up. Here's the Liblunar:
3°53' Cap Mars [0°24' below Asc]
4°39' Cap Asc
4°49' Ari Mercury
4°53' Ari Uranus

With a dormant CapQ, the CANSOLAR QUOTIDIAN has the following, hitting the same degree and different versions of the same planets!
3°00' Can s Mars
3°03' Cap CanQ Asc
3°25' Ari p Uranus

Meanwhile, transiting Saturn continues in orb of Cansolar MC (1°58', will retrograde back across later).

This is quite remarkable for singling this event from the other eruptions. With the broader charts already showing the general picture, Mars and Uranus light up the week chart, the lead quotidian for the day, and the moment of the eruption.


SUMMARY
Year (Capsolar): (Dormant.) Moon-Mercury Moon-Saturn.
Year (Cansolar): (Dormant.)
Bridge: Saturn (Cap). Saturn (Can).
Quarter: (Dormant.) Moon-Saturn.
Quarter (Libsolar): Sun Mercury Jupiter Uranus. Moon-Venus Sun-Uranus Mercury-Jupiter.
Month: (Dormant.) Moon-Uranus Moon-Pluto.
Week (+2): Mercury Mars Uranus. Mercury-Mars-Uranus.
Day (Capsolar): (Dormant.)
Day (Cansolar): Mars Uranus Mars-Uranus (CanQ). Saturn (transit).
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Re: Kilauea eruption [Volcano]

Post by Jim Eshelman » Wed Jun 13, 2018 11:24 am

Today, June 13, 2018, at 3L39 AM HST, a new "small explosion" occurred near Kilauea's summit, according to USGS Volcanoes. Their initial rating was magnitude 5.4.
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