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Originally posted by Donkey_Dean
An article published in the Arkansas Gazette on January 15, 1856 created an onslaught of speculation about a volcanic eruption in southeastern Logan County, Arkansas. It wasn't until January 15, 1981, that the Gazette republished the story of the volcano.
The third largest diamond found in the state of Arkansas was found in Searcy, AR which is approx. 40-50 miles from the earthquake swarm and 100+ miles from the Murfreesboro diamond mine.
Arkansas Volcanic Past
Without any doubt Arkansas has a very volcanic past. We still have the Diamond Mine, Hot Springs, Magnet Cove and more Bentonite than any other state. Oh lets not forget all the quartz is volcanic related too.
Pinnacle mountain looks like a volcano to me, but the experts say it is not. The Mississippi river flood plain could have hidden evidence of extinct/dormant volcanoes easily.
edit on 7-3-2011 by Donkey_Dean because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by lovebledhate
ive heard from a few friends of mine...they cant tell me much ...but they can tell me that fema and the army are conducting an experimental ELF....theyre plans are to trigger an earthquake...to avoid a bigger one....you can ask anyone who lives in or around this whole midsouth area....theres army trucks with satillites and convoys moving about...i was told they need the satilltes to "tune in " and pinpoint the ELFs energy....theyres blackhawk helicopters flyin overhead all over the area...something bigs about to happen...just watch..
Dear Humans, recently a flurry of earthquakes have occurred in Arkansas . Several of these have exceed 4.0 magnitude . A 4.7 quake was reported by your media in Arkansas within the last 2 weeks. These are different from the quakes occurring elsewhere. These are quite unique. These are filling the land of the Crystal Vortex with a magnificent energy and are a result of the activations of the massive quartz and Master Crystals in Arkansas. Oh yes, its true. These quakes, are very soft, very gentle, and in truth are rolling pulses, and they began 2 years ago, but are quickening now.
These 'pulses' are crysto-quakes, to coin a term, and are stirring up a lot of attention...and will baffle your geologist and physicists for some time yet. These pulses are absolutely due to the activation of the Master Crystals located in the massive quartz fields of Arkansas. The enormous power of these crystals is quite unimaginable, and indeed capable of 'shaking the earth'.