A powerful earthquake has struck New Zealand's South Island. The US Geological Survey said the magnitude-7.8 quake hit just after midnight (11:02 GMT on Sunday), some 95km (59 miles) from Christchurch. A tsunami arrived in the north-eastern coast about two hours later. Residents were warned to head inland or for higher ground along the entire coast. Nov.13 http://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-37967178
In a previous post on the Italy earthquake  we had shown it to be a consequence of the March 9, solar eclipse. The following extract from that post is reproduced here.
The eclipse was part of a powerful T-square containing Jupiter-Saturn-Neptune. About this eclipse Nick Fiorenza wrote:
This sustained T-square planetary configuration can create exceptionally strong geophysical and physiological resonances, especially when triggered by lunar aspects. The solar eclipse not only occurs in the midst of significant planetary aspects, but also occurs very close to the Lunar Perigee, further accentuating geophysical resonances.
Shown here is the chart for the March 9 solar eclipse at Christchurch. Notice that the eclipse along with its T-square straddles the horizon axis and is therefore significant for the place. If we now progress the eclipse chart to November 13, we find that the progressed horizon once again triggers the eclipse.