posted on Jan, 31 2011 @ 07:22 PM
The photo of the lightning extending from the volcano is amazing. Perhaps the charge differential of the sillica could have something to do with it in
addition to static electricity. Perhaps the sun also? So much electrical charge and connectivity in this vibrational matrix, it's really hard to tell
what really causes what.
Was at mount Ruapehu in 1995 when it erupted, although young, I can remember it clearly, being big into geology and especially volcanology at a young
We got one day of snow time that year, the rest was a big black ash cloud, stretching visibly further than any cloud I can remember, raining grey
black dust on anything in its path. From my recollection it grew over 300km long and and caused aviation havoc. I remember there was lightning
visible during the night too. There was a continuous cloud and many tephra eruptions A few earthquakes accompanied; whilst I was asleep, my father
witnessed a groundwave approaching as an earthquake hit, from the 2nd floor motel.
Being in lighting/production I love this sorta stuff, it almost makes our abilities and technology look puny, dull and rather fragile.