A rare double planetary alignment will take place during September 6, 2023 where planet Mercury will be the middle pin in both planetary connections. The last time fast moving Mercury moved into both of the same geometry was 200+ years ago so this day provides an interesting dynamic and rare celestial phenomena.
It is worth noting that the Earth-Mercury-Sun planetary alignment does have an correlative symmetry with strong destructive Earthquakes in the New Zealand Mainland, and now has a long correlative history of matching this alignment into the Lunar Perigee, the closer the Lunar perigee is to Super-Moon the stronger the Earthquake seems to be.
SUPERMOON-When a full Moon occurs at the closest point to Earth during its orbit, it appears larger and brighter, becoming what is commonly known as a ‘supermoon’. A supermoon is widely recorded as being much larger and far brighter than the Moon on any other night – and there’s an easy explanation for it.
The month of August gave us two SUPERMOONS and as we move into September we come into the important Earth-Mercury-Sun planetary alignment so there is just 8 days or separation from both events so there might be an earthquake event for New Zealand as it has in the past, i will leave more data of this correlation below. There is no symmetry with Earthquake events with the second alignment however Venus-Mercury-Mars which provides another dynamic influence that should ensure a violent geophysical event felt here on the Earth around September 6 and must be well worth watching for those living on active fault lines globally.
So this day could provide fireworks, we have noted some strong solar activity the preceding days from a departing active region that decided to become eruptive and this may imply a foreshadow of a strong geophysical disturbance coming our way. i will link the New Zealand Earthquake forecast way back in 2011 to this article as a reminder that i accurately forecasted several earthquakes days before they occurred in New Zealand. More information via WWW.SolarWatcher.Net and WWW.QuakeWatcher.Com.