Mt St Helen's 1980 events are possibly associated with the Ukraine Holodomor

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posted on Jun, 22 2014 @ 04:53 PM
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The web link below has a good description about Harry Randall Truman, and his burial location of 150 feet below the bottom of the present new Spirit Lake, that is located on top of and at a much higher elevation than the old Spirit Lake that existed before the 1980 May eruption.

en.wikipedia.org...




posted on Jun, 22 2014 @ 05:18 PM
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a reply to: AngryCymraeg This tiny problem that you mention, is easily solved if you do a web search or a youtube search of "the real Mt. Sinai".

The actual real Mount Sinai where Moses received the laws was in Saudi Arabia, and this other mountain had a different name of something like "Jebel Al Lawz" and it is a volcanic mountain. There is a lot of proof available about this fact.

The following web search gives the Bible and Torah verses that describe the mountain conditions when Moses received the laws, as being full of fire and smoke, which implies that the mountain was a volcano.

I have read that the traditional Mt. Sinai location is not a volcanic mountain, as you stated.

www.google.com...=bible+verse+where+smoke+came+from+st+sinai



posted on Jun, 23 2014 @ 02:45 AM
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originally posted by: trader21
a reply to: AngryCymraeg This tiny problem that you mention, is easily solved if you do a web search or a youtube search of "the real Mt. Sinai".

The actual real Mount Sinai where Moses received the laws was in Saudi Arabia, and this other mountain had a different name of something like "Jebel Al Lawz" and it is a volcanic mountain. There is a lot of proof available about this fact.

The following web search gives the Bible and Torah verses that describe the mountain conditions when Moses received the laws, as being full of fire and smoke, which implies that the mountain was a volcano.

I have read that the traditional Mt. Sinai location is not a volcanic mountain, as you stated.

www.google.com...=bible+verse+where+smoke+came+from+st+sinai



Fine, but the Jebel al Lawz isn't a volcano either. None of the mountains that have been identified as being candidates for being Mount Sinai have erupted at the correct time period for the Exodus, if it even happened.



posted on Jun, 23 2014 @ 03:40 AM
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a reply to: AngryCymraeg You did not tell me what your sources of information are, so that I may check out your conclusion.

The videos that I have seen and the materials that I have read, claim that it is the correct volcano. Maybe the problem is with the actual spelling of the mountain's name, as the actual name may be a little different. I have observed different spellings in English translation given. Just a guess, but maybe it is closer to the name Jabal al Lawz.

Here are two web addresses that have a lot to say about this subject.

www.hope-of-israel.org...

www.riaanbooysen.com...



posted on Jun, 23 2014 @ 04:04 AM
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originally posted by: trader21
a reply to: AngryCymraeg You did not tell me what your sources of information are, so that I may check out your conclusion.

The videos that I have seen and the materials that I have read, claim that it is the correct volcano. Maybe the problem is with the actual spelling of the mountain's name, as the actual name may be a little different. I have observed different spellings in English translation given. Just a guess, but maybe it is closer to the name Jabal al Lawz.

Here are two web addresses that have a lot to say about this subject.

www.hope-of-israel.org...

www.riaanbooysen.com...



Both your sources rely on a great deal of conjecture and not a lot of facts. Saudi Arabia does contain volcanic fields with cinder cones etc, but we can date the eruptions. By the way, Thera is not in Saudi Arabia. It's a volcano to the North of Crete that might have been responsible for the fall of the Minoans.



posted on Jun, 23 2014 @ 03:10 PM
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What is your source of information about the mismatch in the dates of the eruptions in Saudi Arabia ?

Maybe as tourists are not allowed to visit the mountain in Saudi Arabia where Moses received the law, the eruption data is also possibly intentionally manipulated to show a mismatch, in order to try to keep many more unwanted traveling Tourists away.

Ref: www.abovetopsecret.com...

The arguments about Thera is that it was the source of another second volcanic activity that was related to the deliverance of the Israeli's out of Egypt by Moses.

Do you think that there could be an association with the big lies about where the mountain is that Moses received the law, and with the possibility of many other possible big lies about the full truth of the Holocaust ? There had to be a Holocaust in order for Israel to come into existence in 1948, and to continue to stay in existence. And certain professional and very well paid organized crime mobsters knew exactly how to bring about a perfect and undeniable Holocaust.

edit on 23-6-2014 by trader21 because: add word unwanted



posted on Jun, 23 2014 @ 04:09 PM
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a reply to: trader21
You seem to be labouring under a large number of misapprehensions. The first is that the events of the bible are verifiable history. They're not - they're a collection of myths and folk stories that have been manipulated over the years. Here's a good example - in the bible the Kingdom of Solomon is very large. In reality archaeology (inscriptions, coins, buildings, etc) shows us that it was a hell of a lot smaller. Why do you think that the Mount Sinai legend has any veracity? And why would geologists be forced to lie about it? Unlikely.
Then there's your statement about the Holocaust. What big lie about it? It happened. It fits into the historical framework of Germany, which was led by a pathological sociopathic anti-Semite who was pathetically bad at his job but who sadly had a large number of professional generals under his command.



posted on Jun, 24 2014 @ 01:36 PM
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a reply to: AngryCymraeg Do you think that there is a God ?



posted on Jun, 24 2014 @ 03:18 PM
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originally posted by: trader21
a reply to: AngryCymraeg Do you think that there is a God ?



Nope. I've been an atheist for years. My parents made the mistake of sending me to religious lessons for my confirmation when I was 16. The more I studied the more I stopped believing. Researching the Middle East in College finished things off quite nicely.



posted on Jun, 24 2014 @ 04:07 PM
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OMGosh - I was 15 years old when St. Helens went off on Sunday morning, May 18th, 1980. Since I lived about 75 miles NNW of the mountain (in a city named Federal Way, WA), we got on our roof and had a fantastic show. Strangely, since the wind was blowing in an easterly direction, there was no ash to be found anywhere around us following the eruption even though my wife, who lived in Idaho back then, had her Sunday morning turn into night due to the ash cloud that blanketed them with many inches (or a foot or so?) of ash.
Now, at the time of "the big one", we already had eruptions that we watched. The March 27th eruption was the one that originally got us all talking - 52 days prior to May 18th!

So - I was 15 years old, 75 miles away from the eruption, and had also witnessed the March 27th eruption 52 days prior to May 18th! 15 + 75 + 52 = 142! Then add the 1 + 4 + 2 and you get 7!

I really have no idea how this ties into your OP, but I'm just putting it out there. But FWIW, everything I wrote regarding my personal experience with St. Helens is true



posted on Jun, 25 2014 @ 09:12 AM
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a reply to: tallcool1 Thank you for your trying to be helpful. I am sure that there are many more significant associations regarding this subject that I have not discovered yet.





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