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Postby Christine » Mon May 21, 2018 4:23 pm

http://earthempaths.net/wp/2018/05/21/hawaiis-kilauea-volcano-mothers-caldron-simmers/
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She is wont to mix metaphors and draw lines that don’t go straight so bear with the meandering of her flows. Much like the lava moving across the landscape of Hawaii’s big island so move the metaphors of her mind.

A very good friend asked what I thought of this article, Hawaii National Guard Whistleblowers Warn Friends, Family Of Imminent Power-Plant Explosion, Tsunami on ZeroHedge and it prompted a reply.

“I actually have some deep feelings, pun intended. It seems my critical mind wants to merge with my feeling body so allowing that I ‘feel’ that the article is basically fake news meant to provoke fear. It follows a pattern I’ve seen many times, whistle blower headline and lacking any in-depth analysis of the geological area. A volcano of that magnitude is more likely to cause a tsunami than a lot of explosives. I actually don’t think the bastards want to do that … However, never let a good disaster go to waste. It seems to me that population control, ie: mind control is more the agenda than wiping out the Hawaiian Islands or the coast of California. The insanity of building power stations next to volcanoes and nuclear facilities on fault lines is pure hubris and stupidity in spades.

That said it is likely that fracking is a contributing factor to mother getting pissed off or rather letting off some steam. Unless there is a nuclear device deep under ground a surface explosion would not come anywhere close to provoking a tsunami. What I find interesting when scanning ZeroHedge, which I grok daily to keep a finger on the pulse of the insanity, are the reader comments. The thermal power plant is some five to seven miles inland so as one reader commented: “There is no way a power plant explosion is going to cause a tsunami. You need vertical movement to the sea bed to accomplish that.” which I my critical mind can make no argument with.


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That something unnatural is occurring, of that I have no doubt for most of humanity is bonded to the unnatural and wouldn’t know real even as it hits them in the face. Even the word natural seems to be losing all context. LOL, maybe it’s time for me to write an article as I seem to be in my sardonic flow.”

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I write in tone and metaphor that what is happening in Hawaii is a natural event and while the puny humans with big tech toys play around with her mantle she is so much more powerful in her core. Opening the inner eye to a reality that is showing us through the magnificence of her power is stepping into the realm of the 94% of the real that few will ever know. When a volcano erupts or a hurricane churns one would think that we humans would feel the awe of our ancestors for we are living on a planet of extraordinary conception and manifestation. Sadly most are locked into the trivial virtual reality and all is reduced to the next news release. Almost no one seems to be capable of seeing the whole or maintaining any semblance of viewing from a frame of reference that includes geological time. We are being reduced to automatons with predictable responses.

When I see images, I see. A lava flow is a dragon, a plasma creature that is life and as all is consciousness this speaks to me. Perhaps not in the words of prose or linear language but in the emanation of core spirit. I sing a hallelujah inside when Mother demonstrates herself in such splendor. Is she to care for the estates built on her spiny back by ignorant moneyed people, is she to care for the ineptitude of her reckless children when we have cared so little for her?

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Re: Hawaii’s Kilauea Volcano | Mother’s Caldron Simmers

Postby Christine » Wed May 23, 2018 12:05 pm

Follow up commentary about fracking used at geothermal plants. There are so many aspects to the way "man" messes with our natural world that at times it feels overwhelming, actually more times than not. This is why my spirit rises when I am on our little piece of land, working hard in the hot sun and then relaxing to enjoy the coolness of the evening, listening to bird song, and the emanating silence. In these moments we feel we are all alone in the world as the chaotic frequencies don't reach us. Laying in a hammock hung between two trees on an untouched corner of the property my mind shuts off, the only thought was that it is sad so many miss the wonders of nature, there really isn't a greater show than feeling the soft breeze and watching birds dance in trees overhead.

There is a lingering question that plays around most of us who have awaken to the mass manipulations of the technological age and that is for me anyway, what effect, what call does my spirit have, can I help change the impending weight of the people in a world gone insane? I guess that was more than one question but they all roll together as one.

Jon Rappoport does some good reporting and for those naysayers to the dangers of fracking he brings it to a pointy point. Behind this lays money, not just those who control but all those who invest in companies and banks and pension funds that have or collect interest from these ruthless enterprises. See, writing these words for a few good friends and knowing they won't reach the heart of those who could withdraw consent feels like an exercise in futility. Writing it out does relieve an inner pressure and for that I am grateful.




Did fracking cause the Hawaii volcano eruption?
by Jon Rappoport
May 22, 2018

On the Big Island of Hawaii, where the Kilauea volcano has explosively erupted, there is a geothermal energy plant. It is the Puna Geothermal Venture (PGV) Plant, in Puna.

There is a long-running debate about whether PGV is fracking. The debate may be a matter of terminology, because in the geothermal process, as hawaiifracking.com reports, “…the drilling and the injection of cold water into hot rocks used in geothermal energy plants does fracture the rocks, which can induce earthquakes and through contamination of the atmosphere and water tables can affect our health and safety.”

Whether deep injection of fluid aims to capture oil, gas, or heat (geothermal), the beginning stage of the process is the same.

Earthquakes induced by this water-injection could obviously trigger a volcano.

For example, here is an alarming article about a geothermal project in Switzerland. Swissinfo.ch, December 10, 2009: “The authorities in canton Basel City say they will cancel a geothermal energy project, which three years ago caused minor tremors that damaged many buildings.”

“A risk analysis study published on Thursday found that the danger of setting off more earthquakes was too great if drilling at the site resumed.”

“The project was put on hold three years ago after thousands of claims for damage were filed with insurers. Total costs for the damage were around SFr9 million ($8.78 million).”

“The study, commissioned by the canton, concluded that Basel was ‘unfavourable’ for geothermal power generation.”

“It said the resumption of Deep Heat Mining project and its operation over a 30-year period could set off around 200 tremors with a strength of up to 4.5 on the Richter Scale – in 2006, the quakes were about 3.4.”

“This would result in damages up to SFr40 million.”

“The Basel facility drilled five kilometres into the earth. The borehole was designed to be injected with water to capture the extreme heat. Back at the surface, the hot water – at a temperature of around 160° Celsius – would run a steam turbine coupled with a generator.”

This Swiss article outlines the risks, and also confirms that deep water-injection is used in the geothermal process—which can and does trigger earthquakes.

Here is another reference—The Guardian, July 11, 2013: “Pumping water underground at geothermal power plants can lead to dangerous earthquakes even in regions not prone to tremors, according to scientists.”

“Prof Emily Brodsky, who led a study of earthquakes at a geothermal power plant in California, said: ‘For scientists to make themselves useful in this field we need to be able to tell operators how many gallons of water they can pump into the ground in a particular location and how many earthquakes that will produce’.”

“It is already known that pumping large quantities of water underground can induce minor earthquakes near to geothermal power generation and fracking sites. However, the new evidence reveals the potential for much larger earthquakes, of magnitude 4 or 5, related to the weakening of pre-existing underground faults through increased fluid pressure.”

“The water injection appears to prime cracks in the rock, making them vulnerable to triggering by tremors from earthquakes thousands of miles away. Nicholas van der Elst, the lead author on one of three studies published on Thursday in the journal Science, said: ‘These [injected] fluids are driving [earthquake] faults to their tipping point’.”

“The analysis of the Californian site showed that for a net injection of 500m gallons of water into the ground per month, there is an earthquake on average every 11 days.”

“Heather Savage, a co-author on the same study said: ‘It is already accepted that when we have very large earthquakes seismic waves travel all over the globe, but even though the waves are small when they reach the other side of the world, they still shake faults [such as the faults induced by geothermal water-injection]. This can trigger seismicity in seismically active areas SUCH AS VOLCANOES where there is already a high fluid pressure.” (emphasis added)

So, on the Big Island of Hawaii, where there is a massive volcanic eruption underway, there is a geothermal plant, PGV. How close to the volcano is PGV?

The Washington Post, May 12: “Long a concern for residents and the target of lawsuits challenging its placement ON AN ACTIVE VOLCANO, the Puna Geothermal Venture (PGV) is a major safety issue [i.e., chemicals stored at PGV] in the wake of the eruptions and earthquakes that have shaken the Big Island for days, government officials say.” (emphasis added)

I see. PGV is ON the volcano. Other reports claim PGV is 15 miles from the volcano. In either case, PGV is close, very close.

Who owns PGV? Ormat Technologies. Through internal merger and stock swapping, Ormat appears to be a jointly owned Israeli and US company now.

Ormat is no stranger to scandals. At blog.heartland.org, H Sterling Burnett writes (4/1/15): One scandal that could haunt [Harry] Reid for his remaining time in the Senate (and possibly beyond) was reported on recently in the Washington Free Beacon and Courthouse News. It seems the Reid helped the green energy company, Ormat Technologies, a firm that owns and manages geothermal plants in California and Hawaii, secure nearly $136 million in economic stimulus funding from the 2009 American Recovery and Reinvestment Act.”

“Two former employees are suing the firm, claiming Ormat executives defrauded the United States of more than $130 million by reporting false information about two projects to get government grants, a federal judge ruled Tuesday.”

“Reid’s ties to Ormat are deep. The company runs geothermal plants in Nevada and Reid has been a big booster of the company in D.C. As reported in the Free Beacon, ‘Reid bragged about securing Ormat a $350 million loan guarantee from the Department of Energy (DOE) and took credit for expanding the Treasury program that the former employees say illicitly provided Ormat with millions more in taxpayer funds’.”

“It is also worth noting that Ormat’s DOE award came a year after investors sued the company for allegedly inflating its stock price through ‘fraudulent accounting and overstated financial results.’ Ormat settled the allegations in 2012 for $3.1 million.”

Ormat potentially faces a much larger scandal now.

A massive volcanic eruption on the Island of Hawaii.
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