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Yellowstone park and the bulge in the lake

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posted on Mar, 14 2004 @ 10:02 AM
On October 22, 2003 a message stated in July that the Yellowstone Park
rangers closed the entire Norris Geyer Basin because of the deformation of
the land and the excess temperature. There is an area there that is 28 miles
long and 7 miles wide that has bulged upward over five inches since 1996.
This year the ground temperature on that budge has reached over 200 degrees.
There was no choice but to close off the whole area. Everything in that area
is dying. The trees, flowers, and grasses resemble a dead zone and are
spreading outward. The animals are literally migrating out of the park. This
isn't hearsay. It is coming from people who have actually visited the park
in the last few weeks. The later part of July, one of the park geologists
discovered a huge bulge at the bottom of Yellowstone Lake. The bulge has
already risen over 100 feet from the bottom of the lake. The water
temperature at the surface of the bulge has reached 88 degrees and is still
rising. Keep in mind that Yellowstone Lake is a high mountain lake with a
very cold-water temperature. The lake is now closed to the public. It is
filled with dead fish floating everywhere. The same is true of the
Yellowstone River and most of the steams in the park. Dead and dying fish
are filling the water everywhere. Many picnic areas in the park have been
closed and people that are visiting the park don't stay but a few hours or a
day or two and leave. The stench of sulfur is so strong that they literally
can't stand the smell.

Yellowstone is what geologists call a "super volcano". There are massive
calderas of molten fire beneath Yellowstone National Park. Geologists are
saying that every living thing within six hundred miles could be affected in
devastation. It could produce an ash cloud that will cover the entire
western U.S. clear to the Pacific on the west, British Columbia on the
north, the Mexican border on the south and then out into the Dakotas,
Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma, and Texas on the east. Then the cloud could blow
east because of the prevailing winds, literally covering the entire nation
with volcanic ash.

I believe this to be of great importance to us at this time. The vision is
to pray for balance in this area. With our prayers, songs, drums and the
ways that we have been instructed in our spiritual teachings, no matter what
culture you/we are our hearts make the difference. If Yellowstone National
Park seismic activity continues then we could all be affected around the
earth.. The reports on the seismic activity speak for themselves. The 100
years of government management in the Yellowstone and The Grand Tetons have
disallowed our most important prayers and ceremonies to exist as all
indigenous tribes in this country. It is now time for us to act as a
nation/world within all countries to allow these sacred prayers and
ceremonies into the National Parks of Wyoming. Joseph (Hinmaton Yalatkit)
1830-1904, Nez Perce Chief, said, "When ever the white man treats the Indian
as they treat each other, then we will have no more wars. We shall all be
alike-brothers of one father and one mother, with one sky above us and one
county around us, and one government for all." Uniting our tribes of all
cultures from the peaks in the Grand Tetons and Yellowstone I send a
strong-hearted message to you to awaken and respond now.

These sacred site areas are calling out to her caretakers all over the
world. Now is the time for uniting together and working in harmony. Together
our songs, our drums and our prayers speak the ancient language that exits
and are remembered in the sacred pictures written on the rocks, in the
sacred heartbeat of the land and in the sacred songs heard in the wind. We
can bring balance and harmony back to the land remembered by our ancestors
of the past, present and future generations. Our mother is calling out to
her caretakers. This is a great opportunity for prayer work in our councils
and other groups helping bring the indigenous nations together and with all
nations as well.

Yellowstone National Park representative, Rosemary Sucec, has received this
message. She is one of the liaison officers that relay messages to the
superintendents and other agencies in the parks. She is very interested in
bringing indigenous nations and others to do our work there. This Native
American perspective has been explained to groups that were from many
indigenous nations and other cultures that attended the Lewis and Clark
Celebration for Sacagawea's leadership role last May 2003, by others and
myself. Because of the reports of Yellowstone's disturbances at this time
and its significance they are NOW consideringthe outcome of our ancestral
lands and usage in a decision by the Grand Teton and Yellowstone National
Parks Superintendents.

Today the spirits are calling for good medicine, for us all to awaken with
many blessings for all the things we are related to in harmony and balance.
We are returning to the sacredness for all living things, for the future of
our Mother Earth as part of Creator's creation and within the heavens
sacredness, she is helping to bless us all. This is a very important time in
our Mother Earth's history for humanities sake. Every thing is related
within and upon, what is above is below, heaven upon earth. Chief Seattle's
words, "When the last Redman has vanished from the earth and the memory is
only a shadow of a cloud moving across the prairie, these shores and forests
will still hold the spirits of my people." We have not vanished but have
been reborn to do the work our ancestors did; it is time to step into the
moccasins of our ancestors with the wisdom, strength and knowledge at hand.
Thank you for your attention, and prayers. Please respond to:

Bennie E. LeBeau, Eastern Shoshone Wind River Indian Reservation Ft.
Washakie, Wyoming 2331 Oak Lane Riverton, Wyoming 307 857-6856 bzahants@h...
or blebeau@T...

posted on Mar, 14 2004 @ 10:05 AM
Good post, but this is so old. A little searching right here on the the most recent posts, you will find a chat with the people at yellowstone( saying there is no cause for alarm), not sure if i believe them.

[Edited on 14-3-2004 by SpittinCobra]

posted on Mar, 14 2004 @ 10:31 AM
Sorry to have put in the old stuff. I'm so wound up with todays stuff here at the ranch that by the time I hear about anything it's old news :-(

posted on Mar, 14 2004 @ 10:36 AM
Great topic. I too agree that it is very important to investigate this further.

I don't agree that there isn't anything to worry about. Why would they close several parts of the park? 200 degree ground temperature!? I no geologist, but that doesn't sound right

[Edited on 3-14-2004 by nyarlathotep]

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