If you were expecting some kind of sun sign nonsense, forget it. This is real astrology. See the section above. And if you need help deciphering the astrological glyphs in the graphics accompanying these forecasts, see Astroglyphs: Astrological Symbols Guide. Please note: all forecasts are expressed in terms of Universal Time (UT).
I had foretold "an increased likelihood of strong storms, moderate to severe earthquakes and volcanic eruptions, and higher than normal tides . . . between the 4th and the 13th this month," based on a combination of lunar factors including the February 8 SuperMoon alignment. It was around the 4th that the rain and snow started falling in Pakistan. A week later, hundreds were left dead in the wake of the country's heaviest precipitation in more than a decade. The Shadikor dam in Baluchistan province burst on Thursday the 10th, submerging a half-dozen villages and killing more than 50 people. An avalanche buried at least 30 soldiers in the remote Teerah valley that day. Major roads were impassable due to washed-out bridges, and heavy snowfall in the high country.
More than a dozen people were killed in South America, and thousands were stranded by floodwaters, as torrential rains deluged Venezuela from the 7th through the 10th. In neighboring Colombia, more than 100 homes were destroyed by floods, and at least one person was killed. On the 11th and 12th, a strong storm system hit northern Airzona, forcing authorities to close portions of four highways because of rock slides and flooding. Dozens of people had to be evacuated due to rising waters, and dozens more were stranded by road flooding.
There was plenty of notable seismic activity in the news during this period as well. It started with a 6.9 Richter quake off the coast of the southern Philippines on the 5th. A couple of strong earthquakes struck elsewhere in the South Pacific on the actual day of the SuperMoon, including a Richter 6.7 temblor near Vanuatu and a 6.1 magnitude earthquake near Papua New Guinea, to the west of Vanuatu.