Ditrianum: Major Earthquake Warning

Forecasting WHEN a major earthquake will strike is one step closer to predicting WHERE it will strike.

Ditrianum monitors atmospheric electricity and planetary alignments.


Ditrianum also makes large earthquake forecasts based upon the positions of the planets and the moon.

On the 26th January Ditrianum issued a warning for the 28-30 January.

Major Earthquake Warning 27-31 January 2020
Published on Jan 26, 2020

Critical planetary and lunar geometry involving 6 planets in 4 alignments can trigger large seismic activity most likely on 28, 29 or 30 January 2020.

After an extended large earthquake drought of more than 6 months, there is a high probability that large seismic activity is going to occur in this time-frame, possibly reaching high 7 to 8 magnitude.

Potential high risk areas will be determined by the planetary and lunar influence on Earth’s atmosphere.

Check out our website ditrianum.org for the latest updates and developments.

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Their earthquake prediction software produced some stunning results.


The Solar System Geomtry Index (SSGI) is the computation of a dataset based on values given to specific geometric positions of the planets, the Moon and the Sun within a specific time-frame.

A convergence of critical geometry is depicted by the SSGI graph as a higher peak, which may indicate upcoming larger seismic activity, usually within three-four days from the moment of that peak.


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And the results highlight the importance of the Sun and Moon.


See: https://malagabay.wordpress.com/2015/03/26/repulsive-bodies/

See: https://malagabay.wordpress.com/2013/08/10/tidal-fiction/

A quadrupole Earth attracts the Moon at apogee but repels at the Moon perigee.

See: https://malagabay.wordpress.com/2017/10/26/the-atomic-comet-electric-epilogue/

Congratulations to Ditrianum and fingers crossed for the future.

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4 Responses to Ditrianum: Major Earthquake Warning

  1. See “Evidence of earthquake triggering by the solid earth tides” here: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0012821X08007723

    Sun and moon, and their relative positions wrt earth (eg new moon) have greater influencing stress, particularly at the solstices. Other planets, like a Kepler conjunction would add to the stress.
    The major holocene cataclysmic changes occurred at Kepler conjunctions

    = = = = Malagabay Edit = = = =

    Evidence of Earthquake Triggering by the Solid Earth Tides
    Laurent Métivier, Olivier de Viron, Clinton P Conrad, StéphaneRenault, Michel Diament, Geneviève Patau
    Earth and Planetary Science Letters
    Volume 278 – Issues 3–4 – 25 February 2009 – Pages 370-375


    Clear evidence for earthquake triggering by the earth tides has remained elusive for more than a century. Using the largest global earthquake catalog available (the NEIC catalog with 442 412 events), we observe a clear correlation (with ∼ 99% confidence) between the phase of the solid Earth tide and the timing of seismic events: earthquakes occur slightly more often at the time of ground uplift by the Earth tide, i.e. when normal stresses are reduced within the lithosphere.

    We observe that this phase distribution anomaly is larger for smaller and shallower earthquakes.

    Although earthquakes in regions with dominantly normal and strike-slip faulting seem to exhibit more tidal triggering than regions dominated by thrust faulting, there is no statistically significant evidence for a focal mechanism-dependence on earthquake triggering.

    Finally, we show here that it is highly probable that the observed triggering is caused by the solid Earth tide, rather than by loading from the ocean or atmospheric tides.

    Although an additional impact due to loading from ocean tides is possible and probable, we cannot detect it here because the earthquake database is not sufficiently complete and homogeneous (more small magnitude earthquakes in oceanic areas are needed).

    Our results are consistent with the idea of a damped sensitivity of earthquake initiation to stress change—an event is slightly more probable (∼ 0.5 to 1.0%) when the tidal displacement is maximum, particularly for small and shallow events.

  2. Don Kress says:

    Noah Webster published a two volume set in 1799 titled “A brief history of epidemic and pestilential diseases in 2 volumes”
    Both volumes are free downloads at:
    In volume 2, Addenda, page 282 ‘Of the Lunar Influence’ he details observations on tides, earthquakes as they occur based on moon phase giving numerous examples, atmospheric pressure, comets, disease and pestilence and ties it all to electricity. He was an EUT proponent over two centuries ago.

  3. Don Kress says:

    Yes, both volumes make for very interesting reading. I sent the link to Ditrianum and Frank said he will look at it with great interest. I also mentioned to him the planetary alignment on June 30, 1908 where the planets were in a T formation, all being pretty much in alignment except Saturn which was at about 90 degrees to the alignment. There had just been a partial eclipse of the sun two days prior so the moon was close to being in alignment and the Taurid meteors were in the vicinity. That is the date of the Tunguska Event. Could be coincidence but maybe not.
    Another event with planetary alignment in a T formation occurred on October 8, 1871. The great Chicago Fire, Peshtigo Fire and more fires across the lake in Williamsonville all broke out at about the same time around 9 pm local time. Comet Biela was identified by Ignatius Donnelly as being the cause. There is evidence in support of that hypothesis in part 2 of this Thunderbolts post:

    Maybe a combination of factors leads to such destructive events.
    To check solar system at various dates see

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