posted on Jun, 6 2014 @ 03:38 AM
a reply to: Shiloh7
Well, the earth is always changing I suppose. Things like this have happened before too. Although, hopefully this isn't quite as eventfull.
Paricutin-Mexico's most famous volcano.
One day in 1943, a farmer in a small village in central Mexico in the state of Michoacan set out to plow his cornfield. It seemed like any ordinary
Saturday, the month was February and the skies were clear. The farmer, Dionisio Pulido, was attending his crop of corn when he heard low rumblings
emanating from the earth.
This story is referred to in a couple movies and for those who didn't know, it really did happen!
Suddenly and without warning, much to the farmer's consternation, the earth started to open up before his very eyes. A huge crack appeared in the
dirt directly in front of where he stood.
Indeed... he had no idea what was coming. No idea at all...
Two villages were buried by the volcano's lava and ash, Paricutin and San Juan Parangaricutiro. A striking example of the volcano's effects can be
seen in photos of the church that was buried neck high in San Juan Parangaricutiro.
I think it can be a really crazy world when geology wakes up and starts becoming active in new ways. Is that happening? I'm not a geologist to
know...but it is ATS, right? Who knows.
** This the same avatar I put together after Memorial Day. It's a bit of graphics and a bit of public domain I found online.
edit on 6/6/2014 by Wrabbit2000 because: (no reason given)