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Luc- you beat me to it-- I was just guna say that--and several different varieties too- I get bored easily :rolleyes:

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Well, Yellowstone sure seems to be serious for some

 

US prepares mass evacuation plan for Yellowstone supervolcano eruption, report claims

May 8, 2014

 

"In the event of a catastrophic supervolcano eruption at Yellowstone National Park, a new report from South Africa claims millions of Americans could be temporarily housed in Australia, Argentina, and Brazil.

 

According to the Epoch Times, a translation of an article published in South Africa’s Praag website states that the United States offered the African National Congress $10 billion a year for 10 years if it agreed to construct temporary housing for millions of Americans. The shelters would be used by those whose livelihoods would be affected by a potential eruption – a natural disaster that would have regional and global implications.

 

According to Praag, the US has secured such a deal with Brazil, Argentina, and Australia, but South Africa itself rejected the offer, claiming the arrival of millions of Americans would drastically alter the country’s racial dynamics.

 

“South Africa will not be part of the plan, because there is a risk that millions of white Americans could be sent to South Africa in an emergency situation and that this would pose a risk to black national culture identity,” said Dr. Siph Matwetwe, a spokesman for the Department of Foreign Affairs, as quoted by the Epoch Times.

 

“We have our own challenges, even if there is enough housing and infrastructure available, it will destabilize the country and may even bring back apartheid.”

 

Speculation over a possible supervolcano eruption has increased ever since a 4.8 magnitude earthquake was reported in Yellowstone National Park this past March. As RT reported previously, no damages or injuries were reported in the wake of the tremor, but it was the strongest quake to strike the area since the 1980s.

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http://rt.com/usa/157756-contingence-plan-yellowstone-supervolcano-eruption/

 

 

Remember too that on April 29, 2014 they turned off sensors at Yellowstone. (noted on page 1 of this thread) I don't know about anyone else, but this seems to be becoming a very real concern??? It won't just be Americans affected, it will be the whole world.

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If she blows, I'm toast, good thing we are more then this paltry little body. ;)

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Wow seems pretty serious Breezy, thanks for the heads up. I don't blame SA for rejecting the offer, especially in light of the way US treats the rest of the world now. Like a child grabbing up everything, "Mine, Mine"!

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Six big refugee camps being closed in Australia  !Just thinking out aloud.

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Nothing to see here folks, move along..

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Mt.St.Helens. 1980.  I shall never forget it. Was it horrifying, no, not for those of us who lived within it's range of ash, for those close, yes, but the ash that fell was a pita. It was black outside for several hours after it should have been light, then it turned to a sepia colored haze, after the ash stopped falling. The ash came down with plops, like it was raining liquid ceramic slip, and the silence was deafening. The liquid ash was thick, and very slick. Once the ash dried, it turned into a fine, white, very abrasive powder that was everywhere and on everything. It clogged air filters, and we wore masks in order not to breathe it into our lungs.  Took forever to clear roads and get things clean, and it took years for it to be dealt with in all places.  I, according to Arc's map, am just outside the circle for Yellowstone, but they have found that Yellowstone is connected to Mt.St.Helens. I think if Yellowstone goes off, it may just set off the whole Cascade Range, which runs into the Sierra Nevada in California, and Long Valley might go too.  Soooo, if Orion and Arc are coming to get me and Redd, you better get one heck of a long start ahead of it guys, because the Cascades/Sierra Nevada are one long string of dormant, sort of, volcanos, running all the way down the W.Coast. It does no good to worry about such things. IF it goes off, there is no one in the world who will not feel the effects of it, within time. Those within 300 miles will be lucky to survive, but we produce many crops here all over the states that are exported to countries that import everything, and I dare say this country, will be at a virtual stand still for at least a couple months if not longer. It took 17 days for the ash to get round the world and back to Mt.St.Helens. Yes, and I can see such a thing bringing on an Ice age, but we should be able to survive that, we may have to make it to S.America though. S.Hemisphere won't be as bad off as the N. Hemisphere to my way of thinking.  So let's all think positive shall we? :hug: and on that note, the post I was going to make.

 

Swarm of earthquakes in Yellowstone Park

June 3, 2014

 

"Seismographs have picked up a swarm of earthquakes in the northwestern corner of Yellowstone National Park, including dozens early Tuesday.

 

The University of Utah Seismograph Station reported five small earthquakes including those with magnitudes of 3.4, 2.7 and 3.2 in a 20-minute period starting at 3:33 a.m. in an area 16 to 18 miles south of Gardiner.

 

Earthquake information specialist Paul Roberson said there were another 20 to 30 small quakes Tuesday morning that hadn't yet been posted on the university's website. He called it a fairly normal swarm for Yellowstone. He didn't expect there to be any damage.

 

Seismographs recorded 31 quakes in the same area south of Gardiner on Saturday, while another 23 were reported last Wednesday and Thursday in an area between 18 and 19 miles east-southeast of West Yellowstone."

http://trib.com/news/state-and-regional/swarm-of-earthquakes-in-yellowstone-park/article_03358bb5-5238-5ecc-8b7d-50862b6892e8.html

 

Remember, it does NO good to worry. Live, Love, Laugh, and be Happy!! :wink:  

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Is Yellowstone National Park Going To Blow?

Whitehall is about 25 miles southeast of Butte in Jefferson County. The town gets its drinking water from two wells — one off Division Street and another a half block east of Whitehall Street. Both wells are right in the middle of town.

NBC Montana was in Whitehall today and saw firsthand gold flakes coming from the faucet.

Mark Brown told us his wife Sharon was finishing up the dishes earlier this week when she noticed something unusual.

Brown explained, “She had pulled the plug to let the water out and there were glistening, gleaming little flecks.”

They showed us what they found — small gold-colored flakes, right in the bottom of the sink.

Brown recalled their disbelief, “That couldn’t possibly be gold, huh? And I was sure it wasn’t.”

He showed us how they are finding the flakes in their tap water and also the toilet tank. They ran multiple tests on the flakes and found one of the most precious metals on earth — gold — was coming out of the tap.

Brown said, “Everything I tried to do to dispel this, I got nothing. And I can’t explain it either. It’s bizarre.”

http://www.tatoott1009.com/2014/06/06/is-yellowstone-national-park-going-to-blow/

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I have seen these golden flakes in both the creek and river water nearby recently, also in the rainwater that fell into my garden! Strange times we are living in..

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For Gods sake, do not flush the toilet, that shit is valuable...lol

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I'm getting intel that suggests Yellowstone is expected to have a blow sometime very soon - and that the complete change of society and mankind - will be thrown into the mix via managed outcomes.

 

From what I am hearing, there is a 'boom window' between now and 2017.

 

Maybe this is what Putin was referring to, when he said:  "one day Russia will awaken, and the 'west' will no longer be there as we know it".  Mind you, Yellowstone will affect ALL the northern hemisphere, plus down under too.

 

I've passed my info onto Gordon with the request that he access his own sources for more intel about expected 'booms' and get back to me.

 

We'll see.

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Nex ... anyone, we have relatives living in Ketchum Idaho which is not far enough away from Yellowstone for comfort, so please do inform us if you get any info about the possibility of that place going up, so we can inform them or at least try to warn them (does anyone ever listen to this stuff?)   

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Just happened upon this video on FB.  A little hard to read the information on the video.  Sounds like things are speeding up at Yellowstone.

 

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Just happened upon this video on FB.  A little hard to read the information on the video.  Sounds like things are speeding up at Yellowstone.

 

 

 

 

Russia Issues Grim Report On North American Magnetic Anomaly

 

http://www.eutimes.net/2014/06/russia-issues-grim-report-on-north-american-magnetic-anomaly/

 

 

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Yellowstone Supervolcano: Gas Levels Higher Than Ever Recorded
 


 
Tom Lupshu
 
 
Published on Jul 6, 2014

More developments are taking place at the Yellowstone Super Volcano. The kind of developments that were seen shortly before other volcanic eruptions. There has been a rise in the ground under Yellowstone lake. Readings of very large amounts of gases called Hydrogen Sulphide and Sulpher Dioxide are being detected. When these gases were detected at other volcanoes, it appeared shortly before major eruptions of those volcanoes.
Stay At The Ready...
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Breezy, is the Park still open?

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I am wondering the same thing Deekin. Although, I suppose, if it is going to blow, it really wouldn't matter, would it. No one would be safe.

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Leaked Video! Yellowstone – National Guard Preparing For ‘An Event’?

Posted on Before its news

Wednesday, July 9, 2014 4:52

(Before It's News)

In this newly released video report from Before It’s News friend Tom Lupshu, we’re shown a brief clip of what Tom shares is a leaked video showing the National Guard preparing for a Yellowstone ‘event’. Tom shares with us that this is a warning video…since they are preparing for this incident and it’s aftermath, we should also be.   Preparing for an event of the magnitude of a Yellowstone eruption would require us to stock up on as much food and water as possible and to make sure that we are armed. Though Tom warns this will not be easy to survive, with a plan, a clear head and a fearless attitude, we can prevail. Visit Tom’s Bunker Report facebook page here.   For those who want to know ‘the truth about Yellowstone’, the 2nd video below, a documentary, will share that with you.

Let's hope it is not true, getting interesting to say the least. ???

 

Click link for videos.

 

http://beforeitsnews.com/environment/2014/07/leaked-video-yellowstone-national-guard-preparing-for-an-event-2504848.html
 

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One thing about it,  the ash will come at you like fog? if it's wet or raining, it will come at you like mud, very slippery mud.

I don't know if the park is still open, I would imagine so,  since nothing is going on there to be concerned about. (said with a tad bit of sarcasm for those in the know)

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Time to prepare ourselves both mentally and physically..

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