Spikes in Earthquake Frequency and Intensity Linked to Tzolkin Cycle Hyper-Days

EarthquakeEmpirical evidence for the correlation between Tzolkin Cycle Hyper-Days and earthquake frequency-intensity spikes over a 7.25 month period starting July 22, 2009 and ending February 26, 2010.

The study plotted earthquake activity from July 22, 2009 to February 26, 2010. I did not include the month of March 2010 in the study because the massive Chile quake disrupted the typical rhythm of earthquake activity.

The first bar graph does include the total number of quakes over 7.0 magnitude from July 22, 2009 to May 31, 2010. The first bar graph provides the strongest evidence for the assertion that the strongest earthquakes tend to concur with Hyper-Days.

In fact, the graph demonstrates that the stronger the earthquake, then the more apt it is to happen during a Hyper-Day Window. Those of you not familiar with Hyper-Day terminology will find more information further down.

Research Highlights

  • 30 of 30 Hyper-Day Windows were all accompanied by spikes in Earthquake frequency and intensity.
  • Between July 22, 2009 and June 18, 2010 there have been 19 quakes 7.0M and greater.
  • 14 of the 19 earthquakes over 7.0M happened during a HDW.
  • Of the 5 earthquakes that took place outside of a HDW, 3 occurred 1 day outside of a HDW.
  • The greatest number of strongest earthquakes in 4 different magnitude categories concurred with a HDW.
  • The greatest average number of earthquakes overall in 3 different magnitude categories coincide with HDW’s.

The above noted highlights represent 9 of the most significant measures in support of my claim that the greatest number and strongest earthquakes tend to coincide with Tzolkin Cycle Hyper-Days.

On the 6 plot graphs following the 2 bar graphs you will find 36 other measures. Twenty-six of those 36 measures also support my claims.

Disclaimer: My research has not been verified by an independent party. The studies are straight forward in design, and the information is in the public domain. This earthquake study is only the beginning of an ongoing study that I will update periodically.

I have also published a similar study on volcanic activity. It too shows strong support for my overarching hypothesis that phenomena across every terrestrial domain exhibits an amplification or intensification of activity during a Hyper-Day window.

Data for this study was obtained from the U.S. Geological Survey Earthquake Data Base.

The Tzolkin date converter used for this study is found here.

Bar Graph 1: Aug 21, 2009 thru Feb 26. 2010
A Contrast of Earthquake  Frequency-Intensity between Tzolkin Cycle Hyper-Days and Standard Days.



Bar Graph 2: Aug 21, 2009 thru Feb 26. 2010:

Contrast of Daily Earthquake Frequency-Intensity Averages between Tzolkin Cycle Hyper-Days and Standard Days.




The most telling feature of the following plot graphs are the spikes of earthquake frequency-intensity that accompanies each Hyper-Day Window (HDW).

Graph 1: July 22 thru Aug 31 2009
Earthquake Frequency-Intensity
Correlation w/ AA Tzolkin Cycle Hyper-Days


Graph 2: Sept.1 thru Oct 31 2009

Earthquake Frequency-Intensity Correlation w/ AA Tzolkin Cycle Hyper-Days


Graph 3: November 2009

Earthquake (Q) Frequency-Intensity (FI) Correlation w/ AA Tzolkin Cycle Hyper-Days


Graph 4: December 2009

Earthquake Frequency-Intensity Correlation w/ AA Tzolkin Cycle Hyper-Days


Graph 5: January 2010

 Earthquake Frequency-Intensity Correlation w/ AA Tzolkin Cycle Hyper-Days


Graph 6: Feb-March 2010

 Earthquake Frequency-Intensity Correlation w/ AA Tzolkin Cycle Hyper-Days


Tzolkin Cycle and Hyper-Day Brief
The days key to this study are known as Hyper-Days, and there are 52 such days within the overall 260 day Tzolkin cycle. Please see the Tzolkin chart picture caption for an orientation to Hyper-Day plotting.

The 52 Hyper-Days of the Tzolkin stand out from the all other Tzolkin cycle days by possessing a characteristic that corresponds with the intensification and amplification of terrestrial and organismic phenomena, hence the term Hyper-Day to denote hyper-activity.


Tzolkin with TC symbols smallHyper-Days Windows

Graphs 1, 2, 5 and 6 chart a total of 30 Hyper-Days (HD) spread over 5.25 months and there are 30  spikes in activity that correlate with each Hyper-Day Window (HDW).

A HDW is the day before a HD, the day of, and the day after a HD. A surge in earthquake frequency and intensity occurred 100 percent of the time in the samples I have thus far provided.

Hyper-Day Sequences

Graphs 3 and 4 are different from the other 4 in that the months of November and December 2009 coincided with the two unique stretches of 10 consecutive HD’s termed Hyper-Day Sequences .

The impact of the 2 Hyper-Day Sequences (HDS) on the frequency and intensity of earthquakes is less obvious, and not as significant as in the other four plot graphs, where the HD’s are sporadically spaced.

Nonetheless. the cumulative evidence allows me to claim that the frequency and intensity of earthquakes tends to spike and cluster in and around Hyper-Day Windows (HDWs).

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