Now that a Second Bay Area Quake Hits Same Spot in Crockett, folks might be getting a little jitteery.
Today and Wednesday Night's quake took place near the W. Napa fault or part of the dreaded San Andreas Fault. and not far from the dangerous Hayward fault.
a geologic fault zone capable of generating significantly destructive earthquakes. This fault is about 74 mi (119 km) long.
Today's shaker hit @ 9:13:20 AM and a chart set for that time in Crockett has Aries rising.
Notice chart below has tremendous power ready to be unleashed with Vesta, Uranus, Ceres and Venus
all in the 12th house. The ruler of the chart Mars is in Virgo in the day to day sixth house adding weight to house ruler Mercury now in Pisces opposing Mars. None of the mutable aspects alone even the TSQ to the Nodes are enough to produce a massive quake over 6.0 but add in the fact that Venus in Aries will oppose Saturn in "cardinal" Libra on March 4th and you have the potential
for a larger seismic event. Now to top this off is that on March 14th we will have a Grand Earth Trine with Pluto rising on the West Coast to trine Jupiter in Taurus and Mars in Virgo (Retro).
A whole lot of shaking is possible around the time of the Full Moon in Virgo on March 8th.
San Andreas Fault is a continental transform fault that runs a length of roughly 810 miles (1,300 km) through California in the United States. The fault's motion is right-lateral strike-slip (horizontal motion). It forms the tectonic boundary between the Pacific Plate and the North American Plate. Don't forget that the San Andreas runs underwater along the coast until it nears Cape Mendocino, where it begins to bend to the west, terminating at the Mendocino Triple Junction.
Over the last week the entire West Coast has been busy:
Magnitude 4.7 struck Vancouver Island Region - Feb. 15th.
Magnitude 6.0 hit off the Coast of Oregon - Feb. 14th.
Magnitude 4.2 hit Vancouver Island - Feb. 14th.
Magnitude 4.9 struck near Guadalupe Victoria, Baja California, Mexico on Feb. 14th.
Magnitude 5.6 earthquake in Northern California near Weitchpec, CA on Feb. 13th.