Have you observed that our planet has started to shake, rattle and roll? Over the past day or two we have observed major volcanic eruptions in Costa Rica and Indonesia, and based on Volcano Discovery 40 volcanoes around the globe are erupting right this moment as you read this post.
Subsequently, earthquakes continue to shake the globe with alarming regularity.
Just last week, Ecuador was struck by a magnitude 6.7 earthquake and a magnitude 6.8 earthquake in rapid succession.
Total, there have been more than 3,000 earthquakes of magnitude 1.5 or greater within the past month worldwide.
So indeed, I write frequently about the rapidly accelerating deterioration of our financial system, but the coming “collapse” is not just about money. I am confident that we are entering a “perfect storm” in which a confluence of factors will absolutely cripple society and bring about transformations that most of us would not even dare to think about at this time.
Let’s discuss about the volcanic eruptions that we have observed in recent days. The eruption down in Costa Rica took experts entirely by surprise, and a thick layer of dust and ash is coating motor vehicles and buildings 30 miles away in the capital city of San Jose…
A volcano has erupted in central Costa Rica, belching smoke and ash up to 3,000m (9,840ft) into the air.
Hundreds of people have gone to hospital, complaining of breathing difficulties and skin problems.
Some schools were shut and some flights into the country cancelled or diverted.
People in the capital San Jose, about 45km (30 miles) west of the Turrialba volcano, said layers of ash had coated buildings and cars and there was a fierce smell of sulphur.
Leading up to this eruption, there were “swarms of small earthquakes” in the area of the volcano, but researchers reassured the public that these earthquake swarms were “not signs of an imminent eruption.”
But first let us discuss about the other major eruption that is happening immediately. Down in Indonesia, Mount Sinabung has violently erupted, and this is triggering all sorts of chaos…
The death toll from a volcanic eruption in western Indonesia has climbed to six, an official said Sunday, with fears more could have been trapped by the hot ash.
Three people also remain in a critical condition after Mount Sinabung, a highly-active volcano on Sumatra island, unleashed a series of fresh eruptions on Saturday afternoon, disaster agency spokesman Sutopo Purwo Nugroho said.
“Nine people were struck by the hot clouds. Six died, and three others remain critical with burns,” he said, adding the injured had been taken to hospital.
As outlined by one review, “torrents of lava” are pouring out of the volcano, and this is just one example of how volcanoes that were once thought to be “inactive” are coming to life all over the planet. The truth is, prior to 2010 Mount Sinabung had been dormant for about 400 years.
On the other hand, there is “unprecedented” activity at Iceland’s very hazardous Baroabunga volcano. This one is not erupting quite yet, but we certainly want to keep an eye on it, because a major eruption there would have considerable ramifications for Europe.
When there are major volcanic eruptions or major earthquakes in other parts of the planet, many Americans seldom appear to care too much because they do not imagine that this rise in global seismic activity is any sort of a danger to them personally.
But the simple fact is that the entire west coast of the United States is situated along the Ring of Fire, and practically every other section of the Ring of Fire is roaring to life right now.
Sooner or later, there will be significant earthquakes on the west coast.
Sooner or later, there will be significant volcanic eruptions on the west coast.
Scientists guarantee us that these things are bound to happen.
So let us definitely intend for the best, but putting our heads in the sand and imagining that these hazards do not exist is not going to help matters one bit.
Get organized while you still can, because at some point time will run out.
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