Cosmic planetary alignment alert for upcoming conjuntion in uttraphalguni nakshtra for India – Dense winter season, cyclonic storms and Seismic activities can be expected till Feb 2016

Research Dated – 5th of November 2015
This post was originally Published in my facebook research group on 5th of November 2015.

Another Alignment is forming in Uttraphalguni Nakashtra, South eastern States of India and Upper hills of Himalayian Ranges in North-Eastern states of India need special attention regarding weather uncertainties.

There could be stronger possibilities of earthquake like activities before 26th of November as mostly what we have observed in Agni Mandala Nakashtras earthquakes usually, (repetitions within 1 month), if it is not in November, Next Nodes transit in Leo/Aquarius axis with Jupiter around feb 2016 could be an epic point for another seismic activities.

Reason being, Leo would be under Range of Saturn after feb 2016, so natural calamities like activity could be possible.Next Node transit will bring Upset in throne of kings who are ruling central India and it usually bring Upsets in national activities and increase in Anti social activities etc. 
Apart from this, there would be higher chances of sudden changes in weather conditions, specially regarding winter seasons, or there would be sudden or massive amount of Snow fall in higher altitudes of north of India soon, lowering of temperature in northern states could be one of main concern or reason for next few months in India. 
Winter would be long lasting and dense in next few months.People who are living in hilly areas needed special care and attention regarding sudden weather changes.There would be possibility of Cyclic storm around bay of Bengal effecting South eastern states.
Right now Mercury is closely conjugated with sun (Earlier indications of Sunspots), and soon sun also going to join with Saturn in Scorpio, so there would be chances of bigger formation of sunspot in sun, from 29th October to 16/18/19th of November. formations of Sunspots are always be concern for sudden weather changes.So,Be Alert for weather uncertainties in India and enjoy the Energies changes in nature.

With thanks and Regards,
Rakesh Jamwal

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Comments (08)

  1. November 19, 2015

    One of close assessment came true on cyclone near bay of bengal around South eastern states. Cyclone-Roanu-to-Make-Landfall-Near-Tamil-Nadu. thanks to @N Vijay Chinna Swamy for informing me regarding prediction cyclonic activity near tamilnaidu.

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  2. November 19, 2015

    These were my words for same " There would be possibility of Cyclic storm around bay of Bengal effecting South eastern states." Exactly it hit near Bay of Bengal on 9th of November and still post impact of cyclonic rain is facing people of Tamilnaidu in India.

  3. November 19, 2015

    Astrological reason – Right now Rahu and Mars are closely conjugated with Venus too within 4:15 to 4:29 in Uttraphalguni – situation will be very tense till mars is under North node in a close orbital distance of 1 degree. Mars Close alignment with North node usually bring thunderstorms, heavy lighting , Damage to ships near oceans and coastal areas, So people who are living near coastal areas need special attention and they should keep avoid any sailing for coming 3-4 days. As right now Moon is also transiting in Libra in Swati nakashtra too, so till moon reached to Pratipad tithi, means on 12th of November, one must avoid Sailing. As Situation will improve after 12th of November 2015. Tomorrow (11th) ( Amavasya- most prone to cyclones ) could be most devastating day for this cyclone. so, We need to keep an eye on this close alignment. right Venus is too under North node – there will be heavy downpour till it is in close conjunction with North Node around 4 degree.

  4. November 19, 2015

    Meanwhile Kate Racing Through the Atlantic Ocean

    Kate strengthened into a hurricane and NASA satellites have provided wind, cloud, precipitation and temperature data as the storm speeds in an east-northeasterly direction through the western Atlantic Ocean. Kate is expected to remain over the open ocean and speed further north over the next several days where it will become extra-tropical.

    On Nov. 10, the RapidScat instrument that flies aboard the International Space Station saw Hurricane Kate north of the Bahamas and its strongest winds (red) were north of the center. Maximum sustained winds in both areas were as strong as 30 meters per second (67 mph/108 kph). On Nov. 11, those winds increased to hurricane force. Hurricane force winds extended outward up to 35 miles (55 km) from the center and tropical storm force winds extend outward up to 205 miles (335 km).

    On Nov. 11 at 06:47 UTC (1:47 a.m. EST) infrared imagery from the Atmospheric Infrared Sounder or AIRS instrument aboard NASA's Aqua satellite showed strong storms within Kate with cold cloud top temperatures near -63F/-53C (purple). Storms with cloud tops that cold (and high in the troposphere) have been shown to generate heavy rain.

    Source news – NASA

  5. November 19, 2015

    On November 15 , Big quake sends tsunami to Kyushu

    A powerful 7.0-magnitude earthquake off Kyushu early Saturday produced a small tsunami but no major damage, authorities said.

    The U.S. Geological Survey said the epicenter of the shallow quake, which struck at 5:51 a.m., was about 160 km (100 miles) from the town of Makurazaki. Its focus was about 10 km under the ocean floor, according to both the USGS and the Meteorological Agency.

    The Meteorological Agency issued a tsunami advisory but cancelled it about 90 minutes later.

    A tsunami about 30 cm high was observed on Nakanoshima, but no major damage from either the quake or tsunami was reported, and a pair of reactors at the nuclear power plant in nearby Sendai were unaffected, Kyushu Electric Power Co. said.

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  6. November 19, 2015

    Meanwhile, M6.5 GREECE on triggered on November 17th 2015 at 07:10 UTC

    Last update: 18 November 2015 at 14:43 UTC

    Earthquake details

    A magnitude 6.5 earthquake hit western Greece near the Greek island of Lefkada on November 17th, 2015 at 7h10 UTC (9h10 local time). More information on the main shock is available here.

    This event has been felt for distances larger than 300 km from the epicenter. Local authorities had received damage reports and it appears that the earthquake has killed 2 peoples (see greekreporter ,huffingtonpost, washingtonpost).

    The mainshock has been followed by a magnitude 5.3 earthquake at 8h33 UTC (10h33 local time). See here for more information.

    The wertern coasts are well known seismic regions and last year, in 2014, two earthquakes with a magnitude greater than 6 occurred. Their location was 60 km southern, near Kefalonia island.

    You may find some pictures and videos on the damage at Lefkada island caused by the earthquake on Take a look at this impressive video that was recorded during the earthquake (youtube) !

    If you have experienced this earthquake, you are invited to answer the online questionnaire. Your testimony will be useful to update the Intensity map here below, where intensities correspond to the effects of the earthquake.
    You can also read the comments posted by people who experienced this event or view them on the interactive map here below.

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  7. November 19, 2015

    Today, M7.0 earthquake triggred, near Australia – 118km SW of Dadali, Solomon Islands


    2015-11-18 18:31:04 (UTC)
    2015-11-19 00:01:04 (UTC+05:30) in your timezone
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    118km (73mi) SW of Dadali, Solomon Islands
    178km (111mi) WNW of Honiara, Solomon Islands
    436km (271mi) SE of Arawa, Papua New Guinea
    847km (526mi) SE of Kokopo, Papua New Guinea
    890km (553mi) E of Alotau, Papua New Guinea
    Seismotectonics of the New Guinea Region and Vicinity

    The Australia-Pacific plate boundary is over 4000 km long on the northern margin, from the Sunda (Java) trench in the west to the Solomon Islands in the east. The eastern section is over 2300 km long, extending west from northeast of the Australian continent and the Coral Sea until it intersects the east coast of Papua New Guinea. The boundary is dominated by the general northward subduction of the Australia plate.

    Along the South Solomon trench, the Australia plate converges with the Pacific plate at a rate of approximately 95 mm/yr towards the east-northeast. Seismicity along the trench is dominantly related to subduction tectonics and large earthquakes are common: there have been 13 M7.5+ earthquakes recorded since 1900. On April 1, 2007, a M8.1 interplate megathrust earthquake occurred at the western end of the trench, generating a tsunami and killing at least 40 people. This was the third M8.1 megathrust event associated with this subduction zone in the past century; the other two occurred in 1939 and 1977.

    Further east at the New Britain trench, the relative motions of several microplates surrounding the Australia-Pacific boundary, including north-south oriented seafloor spreading in the Woodlark Basin south of the Solomon Islands, maintain the general northward subduction of Australia-affiliated lithosphere beneath Pacific-affiliated lithosphere. Most of the large and great earthquakes east of New Guinea are related to this subduction; such earthquakes are particularly concentrated at the cusp of the trench south of New Ireland. 33 M7.5+ earthquakes have been recorded since 1900, including three shallow thrust fault M8.1 events in 1906, 1919, and 2007.

    The western end of the Australia-Pacific plate boundary is perhaps the most complex portion of this boundary, extending 2000 km from Indonesia and the Banda Sea to eastern New Guinea. The boundary is dominantly convergent along an arc-continent collision segment spanning the width of New Guinea, but the regions near the edges of the impinging Australia continental margin also include relatively short segments of extensional, strike-slip and convergent deformation. The dominant convergence is accommodated by shortening and uplift across a 250-350 km-wide band of northern New Guinea, as well as by slow southward-verging subduction of the Pacific plate north of New Guinea at the New Guinea trench. Here, the Australia-Pacific plate relative velocity is approximately 110 mm/yr towards the northeast, leading to the 2-8 mm/yr uplift of the New Guinea Highlands.

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  8. November 23, 2015

    This is what i told earlier -"There could be stronger possibilities of earthquake like activities before 26th of November as mostly what we have observed in Agni Mandala Nakashtras earthquakes usually, (repetitions within 1 month),exactly 5.9 Magnitude Quake Strikes Afghanistan exactly in hindkush, US Geological Survey Says. Again true to my words , earthquake before 26th of Novembers.

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