In my previous blog, I expressed a concern about major earthquakes due to the planetary activity and the position of the Moon. While there have been four earthquakes of a magnitude of 6.0 or greater, according to the U.S. Geological Survey, fortunately none of them have been in a populated area. The two on December 18 were located off the coast of Valparaiso, Chile at magnitude 6.2 and 6.0. The other two were off the coast of Honshu, Japan, on December 20 at a magnitude 6.5 and on December 21 at a magnitude 6.0. While the planetary activity that indicates a possible major earthquake (which all of those were) continues, we may see much more of this activity over the next few weeks. Particularly when Mars joins Pluto in the earth sign Capricorn. The continuing opposition of Saturn and Uranus creates an ongoing potential for major earthquake activity that can be triggered by other activity of the smaller, faster moving planets. Hopefully it will continue to remain off shore and away from major populated areas.