11/28/2016 — Global Seismic pressure transfer map — Which way does the planet really “move”?

After 7 years of research, and countless hours of live broadcasting seismic events out to the world, a Global Seismic Pressure Transfer Map (GSPT) has now been officially developed for public use.

Thanks to Sue  a dedicated viewer from the UK, these maps have been skillfully detailed for public use!

This map is based upon our observed progression of seismic events (earthquakes both deep and shallow) which occur daily, weekly, and monthly around the planet.  The seismic pressure transfer has been observed to create earthquakes of similar size which spread out beginning in the West Pacific.

New map updated November 30, 2017 here:

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Old map here below  ( slight changes have been made – see above):



Graphic below thanks to viewer “Squeeks” from the Earthquake3D Live stream:


The whole process of seismic progression begins from the West Pacific, born from multiple “deep” earthquakes (beyond 300 miles / 400+ km depth) which usually strike below the areas marked with the letter “D” on the map.  Points marked with “X” indicate where the seismic pressure ultimately stops.

While there are indeed other locations on the planet which receive these “deep” seismic events, these earthquakes tend to cluster in certain specific spots over and over again on a semi-weekly basis (or less time in some cases).

As explained in this video, the deep earthquakes lead to shallower larger earthquakes, which then spread out along major plate boundaries that reach from the West Pacific, around the planet to Europe, and to North/Central/South America as well.

Usually it only takes 5-7 days for the seismic pressure to translate out across the whole globe, reaching across continents in days, causing similar sized earthquakes along the way as the pressure transfers from region to region, spreading across vast distances (thousands of miles / km)  in a short amount of time.

As explained in the above video, the deep earthquakes place pressure above on the bottom of the plate, pressure coming up from the mantle into an area called the “asthenosphere”.

The pressure coming up through the mantle is actually coming up from the core of the Earth.

Contrary to popular opinion (and hypothesis), the core of the Earth is NOT a solid ball of metal. Instead we have come to figure out that the oscillating core is made of energy itself, plasma energy fed by electrons cycled through this internal “plasma torch”.



Be sure to check out the information on the Asthenosphere + deep earthquake connection.

This topic has become a new area of interest by Geologists, and seismologists – which has lead to new research, and published discoveries.

See my video on the deep earthquake / Asthenosphere connection here: