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The Awakening of the most powerfull Volcanoes around the world!

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posted on Jan, 12 2011 @ 08:24 AM
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At the beginning of 2011, The most powerfull volcanoes around the world are awakening! One of them is the Anak Krakatoa in Indonesia, but there are also the Merapi, and many awesome giants aroun the world! Something huge and unknown is happening right now on our planet....

www.volcanolive.com...


Tuesday 11th January 2011 Krakatau Volcano, Indonesia

Eruptions from Krakatau volcano, Indonesia have forced the evacuation of tens of thousands residents. Seven districts affected are Kalianda, Rajabasa, Katibung, Sidomulyo, Ketapang, Sragi and Palas. On Monday ash from Anak Krakatau continued to cover residential areas in parts of Banten province and South Lampung. Visual observations showed ash emissions reaching a height of 600 m and drifting east. Ashfall has affected the operation of seismometers on the volcano. Fisherman and tourists are advised to stay at least 2 km from the volcano.



Wednesday 5th January 2011 Merapi Volcano, Indonesia

Lahars from Merapi volcano have destroyed several bridges including Gempol bridge on the Putih River. A lahar overflowed from the Putih River in Jumaya village, Salam subdistrict, on Monday night, cutting off the Magelang-Yogyakarta highway at Kilometer 23 for almost 18 hours until about 1 p.m. on Tuesday. More than 500 meters of the highway were submerged under meter-deep lahar. This was the most damage cause by merapi volcano since the alert level was downgraded at end of December 2010.



Wednesday 5th January 2011 Volcanoes of Colombia

Four volcanoes in Colombia have been placed on raised yellow alert. The volcanoes are Machin, Galeras, Huila, andl Ruiz. Earthquakes increased at Machin volcano on 31st December 2010. Over 4 days 367 volcano-tectonic earthquakes were detected south and southwest of the main dome. The largest event occurred at 5:22 pm on 1st January 2011, with a magnitude 2.3 and a depth of 3.3 km. The earthquake was felt by residents in vicinity of the volcano and in the municipality of Cajamarca (Tolima). In the week from 22 to 28 December 2010, 363 seismic events occurred at Nevado del Huila volcano, of which 72 were related to fracturing of rock and 291 caused by fluid dynamics in volcanic conduits. Nevado del Ruiz and Galeras have showed elevated but stable activity.



Saturday 8th January 2011 Kizimen Volcano, Kamchatka

Eruptions continue at Kizimen volcano, Kamchatka with explosions and pyroclastic flows. Seismic activity is high, with volcanic tremor recorded. A hotspot was present over the volcano during the past week, which indicates a probable lava flow. On 1st January an ash plume extended 500 km SSW of the volcano and ashfall was recorded at Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, Yelizovo, Paratunka, Nalychevo and all Southern Kamchatka. On 5th January ash emissions extended over 500 km ENE of the volcano and ashfall was recorded in the Komandorsky Islands. On 5th December 2010 ash emissions reached a distance of 838 km NE of the volcano.



Signs of the times....






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posted on Jan, 12 2011 @ 08:30 AM
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S&F


Im please you have brought this up. Its a topic that deserves credit. Im pleased.



posted on Jan, 12 2011 @ 08:37 AM
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Thanks friend for your kind words.


The next step, for all of us, is to connecting the dots about the uncommon, oddities that will happen in next months...


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posted on Jan, 12 2011 @ 08:43 AM
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Originally posted by Arken
Signs of the times....


Really bro?

I was under the impression that these events were just Mammy Earth doing her thing.

Just like she always has...

And you know what? She'll merrily continue to do so. Even after us, this self-important, though technologically advanced (sadly there is no logic in our tech though), virus of a race currently inhabiting this paradise of a planet are GONE.


Pz.


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posted on Jan, 12 2011 @ 08:45 AM
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One problem? Those of us who are connecting the dots are being shut up, how do you suggest that the discussion should be held?

A seperate forum for those that see the relevances and the connections? Who want proper discussions where those views are shared and something can be done? Proactively?
I believe we are sat at the end of one cycle and the beginning of another. Not the end of the world but end of the world as we know it, and for the better too.

Its happening now.



posted on Jan, 12 2011 @ 08:47 AM
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Originally posted by jazz10
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One problem? Those of us who are connecting the dots are being shut up, how do you suggest that the discussion should be held?

A seperate forum for those that see the relevances and the connections? Who want proper discussions where those views are shared and something can be done? Proactively?
I believe we are sat at the end of one cycle and the beginning of another. Not the end of the world but end of the world as we know it, and for the better too.

Its happening now.


We are on the same line, friend!
Same line...!



posted on Jan, 12 2011 @ 08:50 AM
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I'm always surprised at how people with their head in the sand can continue to make posts lol. Kidding aside, we are interesting times to say the least. I think 2011 will make 2010 look tame by comparison.



posted on Jan, 12 2011 @ 08:51 AM
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Good report.


I got this map of current volcanic activity around the globe from alient-homepage.de which is pretty up to date.

You can check it out here because dont know how to upload pics. (Some help would be much appreciated)

alien-homepage.de...

It also has links to webcams on most of the volcanos. Worth a look.

Good report.



posted on Jan, 12 2011 @ 08:51 AM
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Good report.


I got this map of current volcanic activity around the globe from alient-homepage.de which is pretty up to date.

You can check it out here because dont know how to upload pics. (Some help would be much appreciated)

alien-homepage.de...

It also has links to webcams on most of the volcanos. Worth a look.



posted on Jan, 12 2011 @ 09:00 AM
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We need to keep an eye on yellowstone. If that decides to erupt then things could get hairy



posted on Jan, 12 2011 @ 09:08 AM
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please be advised that there is a volcano watch 2011 thread which im sure will be very informative for you.. please

post there as well


www.abovetopsecret.com...



posted on Jan, 12 2011 @ 09:10 AM
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Originally posted by susp3kt

Originally posted by Arken
Signs of the times....


Really bro?

I was under the impression that these events were just Mammy Earth doing her thing.

Just like she always has...

And you know what? She'll merrily continue to do so. Even after us, this self-important, though technologically advanced (sadly there is no logic in our tech though), virus of a race currently inhabiting this paradise of a planet are GONE.


Pz.


Absolutely right bro.


We, as human kind, are like a cancer that try to kill its host!

But we have not experiencing yet how huge and powerfull are our Mammy Earth "Cure" against the virus!



posted on Jan, 12 2011 @ 09:15 AM
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The DOTS have been linked:

You need to read it ALL, please do not skip. It contains information from questions throught the hours worth of reading.

It is humerous in parts.

ATS Thread



posted on Jan, 12 2011 @ 09:16 AM
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good timing with the post. I love John Seach's site. I agree something is definitely up and we probably won't realize it until its too late. Earth is most definitely fragile.



posted on Jan, 12 2011 @ 09:36 AM
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Earth isn't really fragile, at least not by Human terms. The conditions permitting our survival on it are, though.



posted on Jan, 12 2011 @ 09:41 AM
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Two "Interesting Shining Spheres" captured by the scientific webcam near Merapi Volcano...right now!




posted on Jan, 12 2011 @ 10:06 AM
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Good catch.


This post by StealthyKat might help explain the phenomenon: Asteroid comes close to Earth December 28 2010.

...Everything's connected, but just solar activity and that asteroid's near-miss alone might have triggered a "cascade." Hopefully, it will diminish and disappear, not worsen.



posted on Jan, 12 2011 @ 10:24 AM
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Originally posted by Arken
At the beginning of 2011, The most powerfull volcanoes around the world are awakening! One of them is the Anak Krakatoa in Indonesia, but there are also the Merapi, and many awesome giants aroun the world!


Not the most powerful volcanoes in the world, I'm afraid. Krakatoa (the first) was certainly powerful, but by no means the most powerful in the 19th Century, which would be Mount Tambora's 1815 eruption, which caused the so called "Year Without a Summer". The most powerful volcanoes are of course those capable of a Super Eruption. As far as anyone knows, these ones can't do that.




Tuesday 11th January 2011 Krakatau Volcano, Indonesia
...Visual observations showed ash emissions reaching a height of 600 m and drifting east. Ashfall has affected the operation of seismometers on the volcano. Fisherman and tourists are advised to stay at least 2 km from the volcano.



A rather small eruption, to have an exclusion zone of only 2km and ash plume to 600m. Probably just Strombolian activity, given these details.




Wednesday 5th January 2011 Merapi Volcano, Indonesia

Lahars from Merapi volcano have destroyed several bridges including Gempol bridge on the Putih River. A lahar overflowed from the Putih River in Jumaya village, Salam subdistrict, on Monday night, cutting off the Magelang-Yogyakarta highway at Kilometer 23 for almost 18 hours until about 1 p.m. on Tuesday. More than 500 meters of the highway were submerged under meter-deep lahar. This was the most damage cause by merapi volcano since the alert level was downgraded at end of December 2010.


This does not indicate any current volcanic activity, as far as this description is concerned. A lahar is just ash washed down by rainfall at it's simplest, and one occuring is not without precedent for that area. Unless the alert level is upgraded, not much is happening there.



Wednesday 5th January 2011 Volcanoes of Colombia


Some activity to have concern over, perhaps, but impossible to say for sure. To compare, St Helens had a lot of quakes for a while a few years back, and very little actually happened.



Saturday 8th January 2011 Kizimen Volcano, Kamchatka
On 1st January an ash plume extended 500 km SSW of the volcano and ashfall was recorded at Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, Yelizovo, Paratunka, Nalychevo and all Southern Kamchatka. On 5th January ash emissions extended over 500 km ENE of the volcano and ashfall was recorded in the Komandorsky Islands. On 5th December 2010 ash emissions reached a distance of 838 km NE of the volcano.


This one is a reasonable eruption, but really not much of a big problem, and unless activity intensifies not too worrying. It's about equal to the Icelandic Eruption last April, from this description.

All in all, nothing too worrying here really. All of these are in the Pacific Ring of Fire, where such activity is expected and monitored all the time, which is why we know about it. To suggest it is a sign of impending disaster is quite erroneous, really. Two of them are Decade Volcanoes, Merapi and Galeras, but other than that these aren't that powerful.



posted on Jan, 12 2011 @ 11:36 AM
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Between the Flooding, volcanic activity, seismic activity, and the measuring of the pole shift, I think it's pretty undeniable we are heading for the galactic plane and life as we know it is about to drastically change. The earth will rid itself of this human infestation, and begin a new chapter as proven throughout history. We already know two examples of a pole shift and we are in for another; we just have to accept this and brace ourselves for a new day and our exile from this world as we know it. I just hope that Yellowstone doesn't erupt anytime in the near future, there would be no escaping such a travesty. Aside from proximal damage at a catastrophic level, it would rip a whole clear through our atmosphere letting the sun rain down it's vengeance.



posted on Jan, 12 2011 @ 12:20 PM
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Originally posted by LipanConjuring86I think it's pretty undeniable we are heading for the galactic plane and life as we know it is about to drastically change.


You mean from the sun's perspective, like we do twice every year?
Oh no... You mean physically, like we possibly do every [insert entirely speculative figure here] years.

First clue something is not undeniable? You only THINK it is.






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