(It’s doing one of those log me out repeatedly things again, so I’m going to break it up into several posts. Sometimes that works)
Strange Events this past Week- pay attention folks!
December 29, 2018 by Dhttps://www.rts.earth/2018/12/strange-e ... FPqFAqlxpY
This past week has been so insane that I’m not even sure where to start this article. I guess the best prequel to this is the last two UnFuckIt Discussions: Dec 23 and Dec 26th. On Sunday Dec 23 UFI, Ben joined us about half way through and he and I went into some pretty interesting theoretical stuff to do with Velikovsky and the Electrical Universe theory. I will put a copy of Velikovsky’s “Worlds in Collision” at the end of this article.
I was interviewed by Sarah Westall on Thursday (Dec 27th- this interview will be out on YouTube and her Patreon channel next week), and I got into the subject of our Electrical Universe and the actions/reactions of electrical and magnetic fields, giving a brief overview of what I’m seeing at the moment, globally.
In the past week during the insanity of Christmas, there has been a massive amount of geological, meteorological and planetary events that have happened. I’ve been trying to keep a running list of them on Facebook, but as of last night, it became very clear that I needed to publish this list in a more easily accessible, permanent place- hence this article. Again, I’m not even sure where to start this list, and I will stick mostly with events of this past few days. But, I will also note some of the events that have taken place prior to these, that I believe are directly related, or at the very least, worth noting.
First, Volcanoes and Earthquakes
This is an excellent run down of all the Volcanic events of 2018- please note that of the 77 confirmed eruptions at some point during 2018 from 71 different volcanoes in 25 countries; 36 of those were new eruptions that started in 2018.
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• Mount Etna in Sicily Italy erupted a few days ago, amid an earthquake swarm, followed by a 5.1 EQ that caused serious damage to the area- this is the first time in over 10 years that Etna has had a flank eruption, meaning that it erupted out the side of the volcano. Mount Stromboli Volcano also erupted this week, off the west coast of Italy.
• Mount Krakatau in Indonesia has just had a major eruption after a suspected underwater volcanic land slide sent a 16 foot Tsunami into the islands killing over 400 people, Krakatau’s eruption is very obviously being covered up as to the exact nature and level of magnitude of this eruption by local news. The eruption is still continuing as of now, with high Tsunami alerts. *see edited note below*
• Mount Karangetang, also in Indonesia, has started erupting and massive evacuations have begun in that area.
• Eruptions at Mayon volcano, Philippines Dec 27th. Over 74 000 affected,
• Shiveluch and Ebeko volcanoes in the eastern Russian islands have begun erupting
• A massive earthquake in Philippines on the coast happened this morning at just after 3am UTC this morning- Tsunami alert has been issued. At the same time, tropical storm “Usman” is suppose to hit the same coastline at any moment.
• Cleveland volcano in Alaska also exploded this morning.
• Late last week, Mount Shindake, Japanese Kuchinoerabujima volcano had a major explosion and eruption, and the week prior to that, 3 other volcanoes in Mexico, Indonesia and Vanuatu all erupted.
EDITED at 17:42 dec 29th to add: Latest information about Krakatau volcano is that over half of the volcano has slid into the sea. We’ve NEVER seen this happen to a volcano ever before!
The agency estimated the volcano lost between 150 and 180 million cubic metres of material as massive amounts of rock and ash have been slowly sliding into the sea following a series of eruptions.
“Anak Krakatoa is now much shorter, usually you can see the peak from the observatory post, now you can’t,” Wawan Irawan, a senior official at the agency, told AFP.
Before and after satellite images taken by Japan’s space agency showed that a two square kilometre chunk of the volcanic island had collapsed into the water.https://phys.org/news/2018-12-indonesia ... s.html#jCp