Eclipse in China on July 22, 2009, and January 15, 2010 with Earthquake Warning
for the time periode of January 15, 2010 to June 30, 2010
ANALYSIS, RESULTS AND EARTHQUAKE STATISTICS
The first Earthquake in China (Sichuan) after the Solar Eclipse of January 15, 2010 occured 9 days after the Solar Eclipse in the Umbra near the City of CHENGDU on January 24, 2010, at 10.36 Local Time with Magnitude 5.0
The 2nd very strong
Earthquake after the Solar Eclipse of July 22, 2009 and
January 15, 2010 with Magnitude 6.9 in the QINGHAI, CHINA Region with more
than 1'000 dead people and more than 10'000 injured people has occured
only 200-300 km from the eclipse core-shadow of the July 22, 2009 solar eclipse.
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Damit hat sich klar gezeigt, dass die Kernschatten-Zonen und die angrenzenden
Halbschatten-Zonen bei Sonnenfinsternissen in den folgenden Tagen und Monaten
einem erhöhten Erdbeben-Risiko ausgeliefert sind, weil sich die Erdkruste während
einer Sonnenfinsernis kurzfristig bis zu 12 Metern anhebt und anschliessend von
der Supernova-Energie (Lehneronendruck) wieder auf das normale Niveau gedrückt
Vergleichen Sie dazu die aufgeschalteten Kernschatten-Karten und vergrössern Sie diese,
bis die Ortsangaben sichtbar werden.
Analysis as of April 17, 2010 (aktualisiert)
Update time = Sat Apr 17 3:40:31 UTC 2010 (aktualisiert)
MAG UTC DATE-TIME LAT LON DEPTH REGION
y/m/d h:m:s deg deg km
6.9 2010/04/13 23:49:39
MAP 5.0 2010/01/24 02:36:14 35.498 110.626 17.9 SHAANXI-SHANXI BORDER REGION, CHINA
The Solar Eclipse of July 22, 2009 – An Analysis and Explanation
Fortunately, no strong earthquake with a magnitude of 6 and above occurred within the umbra of the solar eclipse during the time from July 22 – 28, 2009. This is not to say, however, that the danger of such an occurrence during the coming weeks or months has been averted. In the case of the earthquake that took place in Turkey on 8/17/1999 (Erdbeben in der Türkei am 17.8.1999), Hans Lehner observed an initial time lag of 6 days following the solar eclipse of 8/11, 1999, and 4 earthquakes with a magnitude of 5.0 – 6.2 occurred within 6 days after the solar eclipse of August 1, 2008 in China (Sonnenfinsternis vom 1. August 2008 in China). Again, the danger may persist over the weeks or months ahead. The next solar eclipse in China will take place as early as January 15, 2010, passing through neighboring regions.
Path of the Umbra on January 15,
2010, Solar Eclipse in China per Google Earth
Path of the Umbra on July 22, 2009, Solar Eclipse in China per Google Earth
For the total solar eclipse of 7/22/2009, one of the regions predicted to be in peril was Tibet where, at 11:11 AM local time on 7/24/2009, an earthquake with a magnitude of 5.7 took place in Xizang province (Erdbeben in der Region Xizang (Tibet) mit Magnitude 5.7). In fact, the area of the quake which straddles the 31st parallel (31.123 degrees North / 85.857 degrees East) had been identified by Hans Lehner as being in particular jeopardy.
Earthquake in CHINA following the solar eclipse of 7/22/2009
Date-Time: Friday, July 24, 2009 at 03:11:56 UTC
Friday, July 24, 2009 at 11:11:56 AM at epicenter
Location: 31.123°N, 85.857°E
Depth: 7.2 km (4.5 miles)
Region: WESTERN XIZANG TIBET (CHINA)
Moreover, calculations of the umbral cone (Berechnungen
for 7/22/2009 revealed that the tip of the theoretical umbral cone, which is
identical to the actual conical stress-free zone postulated by Hans Lehner, did
not end within the earth with a diameter of 12,000 km but 11,800 km beyond the
far side of the globe. It follows that on the opposite side of the umbra (having
a 250 km diameter in China) the stress-free zone in the Pacific and in Argentina
still had a diameter of 124 km.
We must therefore assume that the earthquake of 7/27/2009 in the western border region of SALTA / Argentina, with a magnitude of 5.2 (Erdbeben vom 27.7.2009 in der Westküsten-Region von SALTA / Argentinien, mit Magnitude 5.2), (24°S / 66°W), occurring at 7:58 AM local time, was on its part triggered by the effect of the solar eclipse of 7/22/2009, given that the cone of the stress-free zone did not extend
precisely through the center of the earth but had shifted in a northerly
direction by about 7 degrees. See world map (Weltkarte).
After 5/22/2007, Hans Lehner could not venture more than a few earthquake prognoses, given that extreme planetary constellations such as those of August 16 and 17, 2007 (earthquake in Peru with a magnitude of 7.9) are few and far between, as are total solar eclipses with a path across areas prone to seismic activity.
The success rate has been about 70-80%, easily verifiable under www.supernova-energy.com/earthquakes (www.supernova-energie.com/Erdbeben), since after every threat of an earthquake its analysis has subsequently been published as well.
The intensity data for the various earthquakes are mere estimates since the mathematical formulas for the new forces have not been established as yet. We are still waiting for the results obtained by the Chinese scientists.
The Chinese took Measurements!
As reported in the New Scientist of July 25, 2009, pp. 10-11 (Gemäss NewScientist vom 25. Juli 2009, S.10-11), members of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, on behalf of Chinese government agencies, had installed highly sensitive and accurate measuring devices and motion sensors (seismometers) at 6 sites before, during and after the total solar eclipse of 7/22/2009 in order to record the gravitational anomalies expected as a result of the supernova energy impinging during the solar eclipse.
A team led by Prof. Tang Keyun took measurements in Western Tibet, Lhasa, Wuhan, Huzhou, Hangzhou and Shanghai. The analysis of the results may take several months, says Prof. Chris Duif of the Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands. In his opinion, the American and European scientists would not have had the courage to even suggest this new type of measurements because on the basis of the traditional (archaic) theory of gravitation no sensational results were to be expected.
Media Report of May 27, 2009 (highest priority) with the request to the media to
carry in various publications in the weeks ahead an informative message to the
public and the industry, as well as to the European universities and academies
encouraging them to perform weight measurements in the Chengdu region of Sichuan
(China) and to install seismometers, since this event will be uniquely
significant for precision measurements in the near future.
Warning of an Earthquake in 2009 in the Chengdu region of Sichuan (China), with a magnitude of 6 and higher, during the days between July 22, 2009 and July 28, 2009
By Hans Lehner, President, IRQP / IRQF
Neuhaus, May 27, 2009/HL /June 23 , 2009
/June 23 , 2009
Hundreds of minor and moderate earthquakes that cause no or only little damage occur all over the world, which is why general attention is directed primarily at earthquakes of a magnitude of 5 and higher, given that from a magnitude of 5 the risk of personal and property damage increases exponentially. For the time from July 22 to July 28, 2009 we expect an earthquake with a magnitude of 6 and higher to occur in the south of China.
Novel Space Quantum Physics, with the discovery of supernova energy and Oliver Crane’s innovative gravitation theory, permits the calculation and graphic presentation of endangered regions and probable timing of strong earthquakes of a magnitude of 6 and higher, that can be triggered by cosmic and planetary constellations. New software calculates all intersecting points and timings on the earth’s surface of the connecting lines between the sun, the moon and all the planets and the center of the earth. Due to the 23.5° inclination of the earth’s axis and the seasonal precession, the intersecting points will not always be located on the equator but also to the north or south of the equator, marking in each case the stress-free zone on the earth’s surface at a given point in time. An essentially simultaneous accumulation of several stress-free foci within a small region on the earth’s surface means that in that region the cosmic mechanical down-pressure or gravitational pressure, or lehneron pressure, is below normal pressure, causing the earth’s crust in the area concerned to rise by as much as 12 meters as a result of the centrifugal force generated by the earth’s rotation. Accordingly, this centrifugal force pushes the earth’s crust outward, a phenomenon that can be measured and recorded by means of weight measurements and motion sensors during the six-minute total solar eclipse in southern China (Chengdu region) on July 22, 2009. NASA on its part, using satellite-based distance-measuring equipment, should be able to register a shortened range in that region.
In events of this nature, the earth's rotation and the attendant centrifugal force play a far more important role, a fact not so far understood in academic physics. The new principles of space quantum physics automatically lead to a revised gravitation theory as postulated by Oliver Crane, identifying a cosmic mechanical down-pressure instead of the gravity or mass attraction taught in traditional physics.
On July 22, 2009, the new moon will coincide with this century’s longest total solar eclipse, the latter lasting about 6 minutes. This means that the sun, new moon and earth are aligned along a common axis. It follows that the cosmic mechanical gravitational pressure, or lehneron pressure, will be substantially weakened by this celestial body constellation within the umbral (stress-free) zone in southern China and the centrifugal force, produced by the earth's rotation, can briefly lift the earth's crust, sector by sector within the umbral/stress-free zone, by up to 12 meters. After the umbra is gone, the restored normal pressure will push sector by sector back toward the earth's core.
This will trigger strong earthquakes with a magnitude of 6 and greater in the areas of seismic activity in southern China around the 31st and 32nd latitude within a span of 1 to 6 days. The areas most at risk during that time period are located directly in the umbra of the solar eclipse of 7/22/2009 along a swath of 250 km stretching from the mega city Chengdu in south western China, the scene of the powerful May 12, 2008 earthquake with a magnitude of 7.9 that took thousands of lives, all the way to the mega city Shanghai in south eastern China.
Solar Eclipse of Aug 1, 2008 in China with 4 earthquakes with a magnitude of 5 to 6.2
between Aug 1 and Aug 7, 2008 (32nd latitude, SICHUAN-GANSU BORDER REGION, CHINA)
The impact of the total solar eclipse of 7/22/2009 in southern China will be comparable to the total solar eclipse of August 11, 1999 over eastern Turkey (Izmit region) where on August 17, 1999 (only 6 days after the solar eclipse) a powerful 7.5 magnitude earthquake followed by several strong aftershocks took many human lives.
Also read: The Earthquake of 8/17/1999 in Turkey
http://www.rqm.ch/ebbe_und_flut_durch_mondanziehun.htm (low and high tide through the moon’s gravitational pull)
Areas in danger from July 22 to July 28, 2009
The most endangered areas are all situated within the umbra (stress-free zone) of the total solar eclipse of July 22, 2009. They are:
Southeastern Nepal, northern Bangladesh, Bhutan, Burma / northern Myanmar, Tibet.
CHINA: The megalopolis of Chengdu, Chongqing, Wuhan, Hefei, Hangzou and Shanghai, respectively.
In these big Chinese cities, millions of people are in danger.
Path of the Umbra on July 22, 2009,
Solar Eclipse in China per Google Earth
Also see Earthquake Statistics of the USA:
Latest Earthquakes M5.0+ in the World – Past 7 days
Recommendation by the Institute for Space Quantum Physics IRQP:
Weight measurements with precision balances
Before, during and 1-6days after the solar eclipse of July 22, 2009, in cooperation with a Chinese university or institute of technology, weight changes should be measured in the area of the city of Chengdu, using precision balances by Mettler-Toledo or other specialized manufacturers and samples with a test weight of approx. 200 grams. Five measuring points will suffice. Transversely to the path of the umbra, having a width of 250 km, the following measuring points will be needed: Center, left fringe, right fringe, as well as 125 km on either side outside the umbra in the so-called penumbra, the measurements to be taken at the 5 points in fully automated fashion in the interior of buildings. Required equipment: Laptop, precision balances with a resolution of 0.00001 gram, printer, 200 gram test weight, measuring software, as well as a continuous power supply for laptop, printer and precision balances.
Comparing the measurements taken in the umbra with those taken in the penumbra is possible given that, based on information provided by the Institute for Space Quantum Research RQF/SQR, Mettler-Toledo of Switzerland was already able during the total solar eclipse of Aug 11, 1999 to record weight differences by means of a precision balance.
We would think that new measurements taken in the umbral zone in southern China will make it possible to register even far more significant weight differences due to the shielding effect of the sun and moon. The results should then be used for the theoretical calculation of the shielding effect of the individual planets based on their specific size, mass and density. In turn, the data thus obtained can later be used in extreme planetary conjunctions when their common axis with the earth further amplifies the shielding effect of the sun and moon, a consideration rejected to this day by academic physics in view of the vast distances and the theory of gravity.
In this context also see the results of the weight measurements taken by the Mettler-Toledo laboratory at Uznach (Switzerland) on Aug 11, 1999, using a test weight of 200 grams, in the penumbra about 200 km from the umbra (Frankfurt – Munich) during the total European solar eclipse of Aug 11, 1999:
Motion Sensors (seismographic sensors)
At the same time, during the same time period and at the same test points, fully automatic measurements should be taken using so-called triaxial seismic sensors (with x, y and z axis) made by Kistler of Winterthur or by other manufacturers. This will allow the immediate and early detection of seismic movements during and after the solar eclipse of 7/22/2009, and if intensified movements are registered it will enable the government to issue an earthquake alert for the megacities concerned, warning the population of a major earthquake such as the one of 5/12/2008 in Chengdu, Sichuan (China) on the 31st parallel.
As a known fact, traditional physics with its specialists, the seismologists, is unable to precisely calculate and formulate earthquake warnings.
Hans Lehner, President, ISQP / ISQR Institute for Space Quantum Physics and
Space Quantum Research
Tel.: +41 55 282 56 51
Fax: +41 55 282 56 55
www.supernovae-energy.com (English version)
Solar Eclipse 2009 in China and Earthquake Warning
Warnings 2009 with Magnitude 6 and higher
26th March 2009 thru 1st April 2009
22th July 2009 thru 28th July 2009
Hans Lehner, President ISQP / ISQR
there are hundreds of small and medium sized earthquakes worldwide that cause
no, or little damage, the main attention is on the earthquakes of magnitude 5 or
more, because the risk of injury to persons and damage to property from
magnitude 5 increases greatly. For the period, 26th March thru 1st April and
22nd July thru 28th July, we expect earthquakes of magnitude 6 and higher.
to the discovery of the Supernovae energy and the new theory of gravitation,
according to Oliver Crane, the new space quanta physics can calculate data and
time periods in which strong earthquakes of magnitude 5 and more can be
triggered by cosmic and planetary constellations. Thereby, also the rotation of
the earth and the resulting centrifugal forces play a much more important role
than was known up to now from physics at school.
On the 26th March 2009 is a new moon. That means, the sun-new moon-earth are in
a line/axis and, on the 27th March 2009, the planet Venus (with a diameter of
12103 km), is also on this common line/axis. That implies that the cosmic,
mechanical gravitation pressure, or Lehneronspressure, is greatly weakened by
this celestial body (impact cloud) and the centrifugal forces, caused by the
rotation of the earth, can lift the crust of the earth in the impact cloud zones
by up to 12 meters. Thus, in the seismic active regions, strong earthquakes of
the magnitude 5 and more are triggered within 1-6 days. The regions most
endangered around the globe at this time of year are in the equatorial zone (for
example Indonesia, Singapore, Sumatra, Central Africa, Central America, Peru,
On the 22nd July 2009, we will experience a total eclipse of the sun for a
period of more than 6 minutes.
there is a great danger of an earthquake of magnitude 6 and more during 1-6 days
after this event. The effect is comparable with the total eclipse of the sun
from the 11th August 1999 in Turkey, where, on the 17th August 1999 (6 days
after the eclipse of the sun) an earthquake of magnitude 7.5 cost many human
refer to: Earthquake on the 08.17.1999 in the Turkey (Izmit region)
most endangered regions are all in the umbra area (impact cloud) of the total
eclipse of the sun from 22nd July 2009. They are:
East Nepal, Northern Bangladesh, Bhutan, Burma, Northern Myanmar, Tibet.
The megacities Chengdu, Chongqing, Wuhan, Hefei, Hangzhou and Shanghai.
the Chinese megacities, millions of people are in danger.
of the total eclipse of the sun on 07.22.2009 with Google
of the total eclipse of the sun on 07.22.2009
of the sun from 08.01.2008 in China with 4 earthquakes of magnitude 5-6.2
08.01. – 08.07.2008
Earthquakes M5.0+ in the World - Past 7 days
Update time = Sun Apr 5 3:14:10 UTC 2009
|MAP||5.4||2009/04/04 18:39:17||-56.002||-27.735||87.3||SOUTH SANDWICH ISLANDS REGION|
|MAP||5.2||2009/04/04 11:59:38||-22.561||-174.696||35.0||TONGA REGION|
|MAP||5.7||2009/04/04 11:07:14||-22.491||-174.868||35.0||TONGA REGION|
|MAP||5.3||2009/04/04 07:19:42||-62.558||155.260||10.0||BALLENY ISLANDS REGION|
|MAP||6.3||2009/04/04 05:31:58||5.107||127.211||67.9||PHILIPPINE ISLANDS REGION|
|MAP||5.6||2009/04/03 17:54:46||-27.839||-66.457||139.0||CATAMARCA, ARGENTINA|
|MAP||5.4||2009/04/03 14:37:53||-31.469||-178.446||38.8||KERMADEC ISLANDS REGION|
|MAP||5.5||2009/04/03 13:37:57||-8.142||130.361||27.1||KEPULAUAN TANIMBAR REGION, INDONESIA|
|MAP||5.2||2009/04/03 09:11:46||-59.550||-26.116||10.0||SOUTH SANDWICH ISLANDS REGION|
|MAP||5.1||2009/04/02 03:29:33||-3.478||144.194||10.0||NEAR NORTH COAST OF NEW GUINEA, P.N.G.|
|MAP||5.1||2009/04/01 14:27:47||-3.546||100.592||35.0||KEPULAUAN MENTAWAI REGION, INDONESIA|
|MAP||5.5||2009/04/01 06:29:40||-6.072||101.836||35.0||SOUTHWEST OF SUMATRA, INDONESIA|
|MAP||6.3||2009/04/01 03:54:59||-3.516||144.191||10.0||NEAR NORTH COAST OF NEW GUINEA, P.N.G.|
|MAP||5.0||2009/04/01 02:34:37||33.671||82.531||10.0||WESTERN XIZANG|
|MAP||5.4||2009/03/31 15:29:32||18.295||145.740||188.5||PAGAN REGION, NORTHERN MARIANA ISLANDS|
|MAP||5.2||2009/03/31 11:31:22||3.935||126.997||35.0||KEPULAUAN TALAUD, INDONESIA|
|MAP||5.0||2009/03/31 02:33:01||-6.779||155.095||49.0||BOUGAINVILLE REGION, PAPUA NEW GUINEA|
|MAP||5.1||2009/03/31 01:21:04||-2.032||139.007||42.3||NEAR THE NORTH COAST OF PAPUA, INDONESIA|
|MAP||5.8||2009/03/30 12:11:52||51.550||-178.315||10.6||ANDREANOF ISLANDS, ALEUTIAN IS., ALASKA|
|MAP||5.7||2009/03/30 12:07:32||51.550||-178.176||65.0||ANDREANOF ISLANDS, ALEUTIAN IS., ALASKA|
|MAP||5.5||2009/03/30 07:13:03||56.217||-152.347||13.0||KODIAK ISLAND REGION, ALASKA|
|MAP||5.1||2009/03/28 22:37:35||52.786||-170.236||81.7||FOX ISLANDS, ALEUTIAN ISLANDS, ALASKA|
|MAP||5.9||2009/03/28 17:59:32||-2.957||139.566||96.2||NEAR THE NORTH COAST OF PAPUA, INDONESIA|
|MAP||5.1||2009/03/28 14:01:06||27.742||133.666||18.5||WEST OF THE BONIN ISLANDS|
|MAP||5.3||2009/03/27 17:26:43||-19.006||-69.218||114.6||TARAPACA, CHILE|
|MAP||5.4||2009/03/27 10:41:23||-24.001||179.864||572.4||SOUTH OF THE FIJI ISLANDS|
|MAP||5.3||2009/03/27 08:48:18||17.580||-100.522||49.0||GUERRERO, MEXICO|
|MAP||5.0||2009/03/27 02:58:39||61.012||-138.414||1.0||SOUTHERN YUKON TERRITORY, CANADA|
|MAP||6.0||2009/03/26 19:19:59||27.403||126.742||155.9||NORTHWEST OF THE RYUKYU ISLANDS|
|MAP||5.5||2009/03/26 17:35:14||-5.677||-81.357||7.9||NEAR THE COAST OF NORTHERN PERU|
|MAP||5.2||2009/03/26 10:00:33||-23.051||-175.266||56.7||TONGA REGION|
|MAP||5.8||2009/03/26 06:14:23||-27.516||73.307||10.0||MID-INDIAN RIDGE|