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Originally posted by johnygius
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Edgar Cayce predicts tribulations will start after vulcanic eruption in Iceland and heavy earthquakes in South America. After vulcanic eruptions in Iceland watch more and more earthquakes and vulcanic eruptions, one of the places the next vulcanic activity will happen : Italy and Greece.
I'M SO FREAK OUT NOW..WHAT DO YOU GUYS THINK ABOUT THIS..JUST A COICIDENCE
THE SOURCE WAS TAKEN FROM ANOTHER ABOETOPSECRET TREAD I WILL POST THE ORIGINAL LINK LATER.
[edit on 15-4-2010 by johnygius]
Originally posted by ChrisCrikey
Thanks for all the good eye witness reporting from Northern Europe and UK. ATS rocks when it comes to stuff like this! Please keep letting us know what you see...and smell, and take care.
Originally posted by jonny2410
There is a distinct smell of sulphur in the air here in the UK.
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Iceland ic volcano still spewing huge ash plume
REYKJAVIK - An Icelandic volcano is still spewing ash into the air in a massive plume that has disrupted air traffic across Europe and shows little sign of letting up, officials said on Friday.
One expert said the eruption at the volcano, about 120 km (75 miles) southeast of capital Reykjavik, could abate in the coming days, but a government spokesman said ash would keep drifting into the skies of Europe.
The thick, dark brown ash cloud that shot several kilometres (miles) into the air and has drifted away from the north Atlantic island has shut down air traffic across northern Europe and restrictions remained in place in many areas.
Norway and Sweden said they would resume limited flights in their northern areas, but Poland and the Czech Republic joined the list of countries with closed airports.
“It is more or less the same situation as yesterday, it is still erupting, still exploding, still producing gas,” University of Iceland professor Armann Hoskuldsson told Reuters.