The Awakening of the most powerfull Volcanoes around the world!

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posted on Jan, 12 2011 @ 10:22 PM
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Nice to see Yellow Stone isn't on the list.
(Not because it's in my backyard, but because i buy the super volcano theroy)





posted on Jan, 12 2011 @ 10:23 PM
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You guys like that? You'll LOVE this!
theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com... 2011/01/12/the-omen-for-turkey-279-quakes-in-14-days/
Judgement has begun.



posted on Jan, 12 2011 @ 10:25 PM
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I would be much more concerned if there was NO volcanic activity because then we'd have indications that there was a problem with the inner core of our planet.

Number of active worldwide volcanoes over the past ten years as per www.volcano.si.edu... :
2000 - 67
2001 - 64
2002 - 67
2003 - 64
2004 - 71
2005 - 73
2006 - 76
2007 - 72
2008 - 78
2009 - 67
2010 - 64



posted on Jan, 12 2011 @ 10:26 PM
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Ummm...this thread is total FEAR MONGERING...

If you actually followed these events, you'd know hat Etna has been erupting all last year and Merapi started erupting in October of last year. Both are fairly active volcanos and by no means the largest. Try visiting Erik Klemetti's blog Eruptions for his analysis & some historical context...



posted on Jan, 12 2011 @ 10:34 PM
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Originally posted by IWant2Believe323
Ummm...this thread is total FEAR MONGERING...

If you actually followed these events, you'd know hat Etna has been erupting all last year and Merapi started erupting in October of last year. Both are fairly active volcanos and by no means the largest. Try visiting Erik Klemetti's blog Eruptions for his analysis & some historical context...


I really hate the whole Fear mongering argument, it's meaningless and proves nothing, and anyone who is actually in fear is "asleep" for the most part, and probably not lurking the ATS threads. I dont know about you but I dont have any fear what happens, whatever it may be!



posted on Jan, 12 2011 @ 10:36 PM
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Star this!, if you believe everyone should read Revelations just once!!



posted on Jan, 12 2011 @ 10:38 PM
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Also if you view everything as "fear mongering" which can easily apply to everything btw, then you are never going to learn anything, and your just using it to "debunk
" what you dont want to believe and not what you do believe, like i said its a pointless phrase that proves nothing, enjoy your "fear mongering"



posted on Jan, 12 2011 @ 10:40 PM
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brokenbullet56 says: who is actually in fear is "asleep" for the most part, and probably not lurking the ATS threads. I dont know about you but I dont have any fear what happens, whatever it may be!


I feel the same way. I will deal with any shtf situation when and IF it happens, otherwise, earth change stuff is fascinating for me to follow. ATS is not for the faint of heart.



posted on Jan, 12 2011 @ 10:43 PM
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I really don't like the idea of Krakatau going off. The last time it went off was not very good. I wonder what atheists think of all this. Birds and fish dying from blunt force trauma while in air, earthquakes, volcanoes, new species being discovered daily, the sun doing very strange things, incredible weather extremes, millions of people expecting a spiritual awakening, socialism in the United States, locust in Australia.....

The list does seem to go on and on. The book of Revelations says these things will all occur at the same time and they are. Now that is funny. It is not about the end of the world, it is about the oddness of it all. Everybody knows that none of this is normal and every main stream media report spends all its time trying to say how these things are normal, not in my lifetime.

Neither the earth, animals nor people are acting as they have in the past. Something is going on and I don't think global warming explains it. Some attempt to isolate the individual events but that doesn't work, it is too many odd things and it is not normal that all occur at the same time. If you are a Christian you should at least wonder and also wonder why so few churches are discussing these things. You should especially wonder why they are not discussing the move towards one currency, that is being openly discussed and world governance. To non-believers it is still scary.

The last time Krakatoa went off it reduced how much sunshine got to earth, created a monster tidal wave and the sound traveled around the earth four times I seem to remember. If we have one explosion of this type it will not be good, if more than one of these monsters go off it is going to be very bad.



posted on Jan, 12 2011 @ 10:48 PM
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Nice post! Concise and Relevant (S&F)

Ya know if there is something to this whole theory of consciousness and intention it's really no wonder the world is in turmoil. With all the negative energy that we give off the earth is probably desperate for some positive energy, maybe she figures if she wipes us out that maybe we can get it right the next time. How about some good news for once or something inspirational such as this!www.galactanet.com...



posted on Jan, 12 2011 @ 10:48 PM
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How are you being "shut up"? The Earth has pimples, so what? Run away from them.

I'm more concerned with Obama's approval rating going up after the Arizona "speech" (lol) and people buying into his crap because he has a good writer.
edit on 12-1-2011 by KANE OG because: added political nonsense



posted on Jan, 12 2011 @ 10:55 PM
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Good post. very commonsensicle. Even if humanity must face an ELE, every individual must make their own plan because who could stop that. But I have said before, all this stuff is fascinating to me, I will decide to be afraid when it comes up to my door.



posted on Jan, 12 2011 @ 10:57 PM
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posted on Jan, 12 2011 @ 10:59 PM
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Originally posted by simone50m
Very interesting you brought this up. In 2008, my state endured a 5.4 quake. It was shortly after 4am. Before I went to sleep, I was looking out my _ It was cloudy/overcast that night. I suddenly observed this white ball of light descend from the haze, but quickly go back up into it. I had never seen anything like that before. Back in the late 1970's, I experienced anomalous Ufo sightings, but they were always on starry clear mild nights. I believe that what I observed was a quake light.


There are some very interesting accounts going beyond simple balls of light, entire changes of the sky have been observed prior extreme earthquakes. In recent times these have been rather minimal but as video technology has become more widespread i predict we will find abundant evidence that extreme earthquakes create incredible displays in our skies.

The sad fact is that this will accompany many deaths, i don't want this to happen but it will happen. Balls of light however are the most common visual symptom of an earthquake and they tend to occur along the most powerful fault lines. I think this says a great deal about our lack of knowledge regarding electromagnetics. We know they can excite molecules to the point of electroillumination but the idea fault lines can create this is still controversial. Why it is i am not sure as they have been recorded many times.

Why these cause orbs as the most common symptom is what interests me. You would think flashes would be the most common but orbs are. This suggests some very strange effect, something that may play a very important part in our understand of electromagnetics.



posted on Jan, 12 2011 @ 11:07 PM
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Signs of the times....

Everything is always misconstrued as the "end times" to Christians. Guess what, volcanoes have been erupting since the Earth was created. Though it may affect us, it doesn't make it the end times. it doesn't mean God or Jesus or Alah or whoever else is coming to intervene. the quicker you people realize that the quicker the society will improve. Stop relying on your God to solve your problems and get up and do something about it.

Still this is a bit interesting but I don't see this as a prophetic sign. It's simple science.



posted on Jan, 13 2011 @ 12:17 AM
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I dont see how religious beliefs are relevent to volcanism. yes there is a good bit of volcanic activity, and I agree that Krakatau erupting would be - very, not good - seeing how the whole mountain has a tendency to detonate. But still I dont see how a lack of belief in religion would effect someones thoughts on a field of science, its just historical facts and forecasting from trends. beliefs cant effect facts, they just are
edit on 13-1-2011 by watchitburn because: Krakatau



posted on Jan, 13 2011 @ 12:24 AM
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Mount Etna in Italy just starting doing a little erupting today as well:
wireupdate.com...

On Coast to Coast AM it was mentioned a few minutes ago.
edit on 13-1-2011 by bigrex because: (no reason given)



posted on Jan, 13 2011 @ 12:28 AM
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Great thread! And Etna really seems to be awakening. I heard somewhere that if Etna really gets going, it will signal New Madrid seismic activity to begin, even though it is in another part of the world.

Anyone else recall hearing this? I think it was John Moore but I can't find it anywhere.



posted on Jan, 13 2011 @ 12:49 AM
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Originally posted by CitizenNum287119327
Another factor for the volcanic activity and earthquakes could be melting ice at the poles. the reduction in weight could get the tectonic plates moving to re-adjust earth.


When ice sheets melt, and reduce the load on the surface of the Earth, the land areas beneath them bounce back up. New, accurate observations are needed to investigate this uplift and its implications effectively. This article provides a topical starting point for investigating some applications of physics applied to the polar regions of the Earth, and interaction between the solid Earth, ice and oceans.

Bouncing continents: insights into the physics of the polar regions of the Earth

I think there are multiple factors hammering the planet.

Dumb humans, not recognising basic animal behaviour within, and crapping in their own nest doesn't help matters


Good point, you're referring to post glacial rebound. Youtube has a bunch of great videos on this topic.



posted on Jan, 13 2011 @ 01:27 AM
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First I wish to explain that my answer is not aimed at the person I am replying to. It is a response to the questions he raised. I am not assuming his answer, I am giving mine. Having said that:

I wasn't saying that being a believer would change how you view the science of earthquakes. I was asking if the volcanoes and other odd things happening impacted their worldview of the times. I am fascinated at the large number of non-Christians who believe we are at the end times and the large number of Christians who won't discuss it.

As for beliefs impacting how people view science. It absolutely does when it comes to quantum physics. Nobody has been able to reconcile physics with quantum physics without having to claim that there are alternate universes, how is that different from religion? What prevents me from claiming that the alternate universe is heaven or hell? In the past few years quantum physics has claimed that there is no gravity, we live in a fractal universe (a projection of the quantum) and that time will end. Stephen Hawkins claimed he can make a time machine. Beliefs do impact how we view science.

Now here is a nice question. I once visited the big island of Hawaii and went to see the lava going into the ocean. It was quite lovely at night although walking over active volcanic funnels is a bit unnerving. Volcanoes are fairly predictable, how come these were not predicted and all happened at the same time. It must be like the birds, we just were not paying attention in the past. Charles Fort was and so were others.

The focus should not be on the volcanoes but instead on the numerous things that are out of whack and seeing how one more out of whack thing fits in. Everybody that believes the weirdness in the world has ended, raise your hand. I don't see any hands, why is that? I couldn't bet that poker hand because nobody would call me, not for money.

I don't believe in end times, I do believe there is a reason for all that is going on. I don't know the reason but some of these things must be related. Once is an anomaly, twice is a coincidence, three or more is a pattern. Blame it on global warming, blame it on a conspiracy, blame it on God, blame it on the Devil, blame it on socialism, blame it on the Mexicans, blame it on whatever; but, some of these things are connected. So far the only consistant statement from scientists is "this is normal". No, this is not normal. None of this is normal and for it all to occur at the same time is way beyond normal without an answer that connects the events. How bout this, the older someone is, the less they find this normal.

We have been monitoring volcanoes for hundreds of years, when they go off the local people wrote about it. We know when they have occurred. Evidence is the residue of an event and we have plenty of evidence of when volcanoes erupted. Please show me evidence of when this has occurred before and all of the odd events at the same time. Something is going on. I believe it is fair to ask what it is. I believe to accept without question the answers from "experts" is not reasonable when so much is at stake. That is what is on my mind as I read these reports, others are free to believe what they will; but I came here looking for others peoples possible explanations.





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