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List of Volcanos to go off this year...55 of them by June 1, 2012...thanks to Alvin of Extinction Protocol..who stated there were only 55 in the whole  year of 2011..

Volcanic Eruptions of 2012

1. Ambryn volcano, Vanuatu (on-going) Volcano Discovery (VD)

2. Manam volcano, Papua New Guinea (on-going) VD

3. Ol Doinyo Lengai volcano , Tanzania (on-going) VD

4. Yasur volcano, Vanuatu (on-going) VD

5. Erta Ale volcano, Ethiopia (on-going) VD

6. Nyiragongo volcano, Congo (on-going) VD

7. Ulawun volcano, Papua New Guinea (on-going) VD

8. Planchón-Peteroa, Chile (on-going) VD

9. Erebus, Antarctica (on-going) VD

10. Kiluchevskoivolc volcano, Kamchatka (on-going) VD

11. Stromboli volcano, Italy (on-going) VD

12. Mount Etna volcano, Italy January 2012

13. El Hierro, Canary Islands- January 2012

14. Kilauea volcano, Hawaii- January 2012 – on going

15. Sukurajima volcano, Japan – January 2012

16. Red Sea volcano, Middle East – January 2012 (new island formed)

17. Turrialba Volcano, Costa Rica – January 12, 2012

18. Popocatepetl volcano, Mexico City- January 26, 2012

19. Semeru volcano, Indonesia – February 2012

20. Pagan volcano, Mariana Islands – February 2012

21. Puntiagudo-Cordón Cenizos volcano, Chile – February 2, 2012 (ash fall)

22. Puyehue Cordón-Caulle volcano , Chile – 2012 ongoing from 2011

23. Nyamulagira volcano, Congo – 2012 ongoing from 2011

24. Dukono volcano, Indonesia – February 6, 2012 –sporadic ash eruptions

25. Mt. Cameroon volcano, Cameroon – February 7, 2012

26. Mt. Lokon volcano, Indonesia – February 10, 2012

27. Karymsky volcano, Kamchatka – February 10, 2012

28. Mt. Fuego, Guatemala – February 13, 2012

29. Kanaga volcano, Alaska – February 20, 2012

30. Fimmvörðuháls volcano, Iceland – February 2012

31. Nevado del Huila volcano, Colombia – 2012 (source Wikipedia)

32. Rincón de la Vieja volcano, Costa Rica – February, 2012

33. Mount Marapi, Sumatra, Indonesia – February 29, 2012

34. Reventador volcano, Ecuador – February 2012, lava oozes from crater VD

35. Kizimen volcano, Kamchatka – February 2012, large lava flow from east flank VD

36. Shiveluch volcano, Kamchatka – February 2012, small lava flow from 2010 crater VD

37. Santa Maria volcano, Guatemala – February 2012, ash explosions every 15 minutes

38. Tungurahua volcano, Ecuador – March 3-4, 2012 – per (VC), El Comerico press

39. Cleveland volcano, Aleutian Islands – March 7, 2012 – volcanic dome on crater explodes

40. Bezymianny volcano, Aleutian Islands – March 9, 2012 –

41. Nevado del Ruiz volcano, Colombia – March 9-12, 2012 – ash eruption

42. Poás volcano, Costa Rica – February 2012 – phreatic eruptions source VD

43. Soufrière Hills volcano, Montserrat – March 9, 2012, VD

44. Lamongan volcano, Indonesia – March 14, 2012, VD

45. Villarrica volcano, Central Chile- March 22, 2012

46. Mount Lamington volcano, Papua, NG – March 25, 2012 – smoke and ash

47. Batu Tara volcano, Indoneaia- March 26, 2012 (IEarthquake)

48. Santiago volcano, Guatemala – March 26, 2012 explosions

49. Pago volcano, Papua New Guinea – March 30, 2010 ongoing (GDACS.org) Australia

50. Anak Krakatoa, Indonesia- April 7, 2012 small eruptions

51. Sangay volcano, Ecuador – April 16, 2012 new vent VD

52. Masaya volcano, Nicaragua – April 20-29th begins gas emissions.

53. Mount Asphyxia (Mt. Curry) Zavodovski Island of Sandwich Islands, April 27, 2012 Discovery Mag.

54. Bagana volcano (Papua New Guinea) May 16, 2012 – NASA satellite image (O.A.P)

55. Mount Sirung volcano (Indonesia) May 15, 2012 – Jakarka Gl

Pretty impressive...and no sign of the number slowing down or stopping...

http://theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com/2012/06/01/mexicos-popocatepetl-volcano-unleashes-tower-of-ash/

And you wonder looking back why most of us thought the world would end in December 21st, 2012. What a truly amazing year that was; so much going on and so many tuned into each other, the worlds chaos, the energies of us all consciously awakening to either hope and wish for the end or simply an end to the current system of control to a more serene viable life of love and unity amongst our brotherhood and sisterhood. None the less; that was one of many layers mother earth has exposed to us all and many more thst will yet to come.

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Calbuco Volcano erupts in Chile – volcano erupts with no warning after 42 years of silence

 

The Calbuco volcano erupted Wednesday for the first time in more than 42 years, billowing a huge ash cloud over a sparsely populated, mountainous area in southern Chile. Authorities ordered the evacuation of the 1,500 inhabitants of the nearby town of Ensenada, along with residents of two smaller communities. The National Mining and Geology Service issued a high alert, barring access to the area around the volcano, which lies near the cities of Puerto Varas and Puerto Montt, a little more than 1,000 kilometers (620 miles) south of Chile’s capital, Santiago. “For us it was a surprise,” said Alejandro Verges, regional emergency director of the Los Lagos region where the eruption took place.

 

https://theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com/2015/04/23/52-calbuco-volcano-erupts-in-chile-volcano-erupts-with-no-warning-after-42-years-of-silence/

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Nevado de Ruiz volcano shaken by earthquake swarm, ash emissions

 

Nevado del Ruiz – Activity at the volcano has increased during the past week. Accompanied by elevated seismic activity, ash emissions have been occurring since 14 April. The strongest phase of activity was on 19 April, when ash plumes rose to estimated 900 meters above the summit.

 

https://theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com/2015/04/23/51-nevado-de-ruiz-volcano-shaken-by-earthquake-swarm-ash-emissions/

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New eruption at Turrialba produced ash column reaching more than 6,500 feet

 

Costa Rica’s Turrialba volcano erupted again Tuesday afternoon, producing a column of ash, gas, and water vapor that reached some 6,500 feet over the volcano’s crater, according to the Volcanological and Seismological Observatory of Costa Rica (OVSICORI). The eruption began at 4:04 p.m. and continued for 22 minutes, according to OVSICORI. Constant seismic activity has been recorded at the volcano since Saturday, and local residents have reported a strong smell of sulfur for the last several days.

 

https://theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com/2015/04/23/new-eruption-at-turrialba-produced-ash-column-reaching-more-than-6500-feet/

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Calbuco Volcano erupts in Chile – volcano erupts with no warning after 42 years of silence The Calbuco volcano erupted Wednesday for the first time in more than 42 years, billowing a huge ash cloud over a sparsely populated, mountainous area in southern Chile. Authorities ordered the evacuation of the 1,500 inhabitants of the nearby town of Ensenada, along with residents of two smaller communities. The National Mining and Geology Service issued a high alert, barring access to the area around the volcano, which lies near the cities of Puerto Varas and Puerto Montt, a little more than 1,000 kilometers (620 miles) south of Chile’s capital, Santiago. “For us it was a surprise,” said Alejandro Verges, regional emergency director of the Los Lagos region where the eruption took place. https://theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com/2015/04/23/52-calbuco-volcano-erupts-in-chile-volcano-erupts-with-no-warning-after-42-years-of-silence/https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_MdUQY6xQG4

It's starting to get quite active again. With the poles accelerating faster and Mother Earth shedding her 3D clothing; I wouldn't be the utmost surprised one of the major volcanoes doesn't fully erupt very soon. If one or many do; the ones with the underground bunkers will enjoy the comforts of not having to go through the next ice age.

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Ash piles up from eruption of Chile's Calbuco volcano

April 24, 2015

LUIS HIDALGO and LUIS ANDRES HENAO

 

 

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CALBUCO VOLCANO ERUPTS
The Calbuco volcano erupts near Puerto Varas, Chile, Wednesday, April 22, 2015. The Calbuco volcano erupted Wednesday for the first time in more than 42 years, billowing a huge ash cloud over a sparsely populated, mountainous area in southern Chile.
 
 
"ENSENADA, Chile (AP) — Twin blasts from the Calbuco volcano in southern Chile sent vast clouds of ash into the sky, covering this small town with thick soot and raising concerns Thursday that the dust could contaminate water, cause respiratory illnesses and ground more flights.

Ensenada, in the foothills of the volcano, looked like a ghost town but for an occasional horse or dog roaming its only street. Most of the 1,500 residents had evacuated after the initial eruption Wednesday, with only about 30 people refusing to leave out of worry for their homes and animals.

Daniel Patricio Gonzalez left with his wife, 7-year-old son and 4-year-old twins, but he returned to town Thursday night to assess the damage. The roof at the restaurant he manages had caved in from the weight of the mounting ash.

"This hurts a bit, but there's nothing to do against nature. The important thing is that my family is fine," Gonzalez said.

The volcano erupted Wednesday afternoon for the first time in more than four decades, spewing out a plume of ash more than 6 miles (10 kilometers) high. Emergency officials were taken by surprise and had only a few minutes to issue an alert.

Calbuco had another spectacular outburst early Thursday with lightning crackling through a dark sky turned reddish orange by the explosion."

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http://www.myfoxny.com/story/28890303/ash-piles-up-from-eruption-of-chiles-calbuco-volcano

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ok, here's a different view of this volcano 

 

Calbuco Volcano: The UFO’s, And The HUGE FIGURE In The Ash Clouds

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More pics, videos at link

 

http://www.ufointernationalproject.com/latest-news/calbuco-volcano-the-ufos-and-the-huge-figure-in-the-ash-clouds/

Pretty impressive breezy.

The activation button has been pushed once again. All is coming into place for the end scenerio thst will awaken us all.

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Regions Ubinas and Matalaque declare state of emergency over concerns about erupting volcano

 

The Moquegua Regional Council issued a declaration of emergency in light of the dangers posed by the recent activity of the Ubinas volcano, according to El Comercio. Within the last two weeks, the Ubinas volcano has erupted seven times with significant energy, releasing vast waves of ash and causing an impressive mudslide. The region has been under tension and authorities have warned the population of evacuation plans in the case of an emergency.

 

https://theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com/2015/04/28/regions-ubinas-and-matalaque-declare-state-of-emergency-over-concerns-about-erupting-volcano/

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Chile volcano: Watch choking cloud of ash and gas spew into sky as Calbuco erupts again
Mirror
18:33, 30 April 2015
By Sam Webb

 

 

 
Calbuco began erupting again today, sending a massive plume of smoke into the clear blue sky
 
The Chilean volcano that erupted spectacularly twice last week is causing more chaos after once again spewing a cloud of ash and gas into the sky

Calbuco began erupting again today, sending a massive plume of smoke into the clear blue sky.

 

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more and videos here: http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/world-news/chile-volcano-watch-choking-cloud-5611007

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Scientists confirm submarine volcanic eruption 300 miles off the coast of Washington State – massive ‘quiet’ lava burst

 

More than 80 scientists from around the world gathered in Seattle last week to discuss a thrilling development: For the first time, seafloor instruments were providing a real-time look at the most active, submarine volcano off the Northwest coast — and all signs indicated it might erupt soon. But even the researchers most closely monitoring Axial Seamount were stunned by what happened next. Beginning Thursday, April 23 — the day after the workshop ended — the new sensors recorded 8,000 small earthquakes in a 24-hour period. The volcano’s caldera, which had been swelling rapidly from an influx of magma, collapsed like a deflated balloon. “All the alarm bells were going off,” said Oregon State University volcanologist Bill Chadwick, who along with a colleague predicted last year that the volcano would erupt in 2015. “It was very exciting.”

 

https://theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com/2015/04/30/scientists-confirm-submarine-volcanic-eruption-300-miles-off-the-coast-of-washington-state-massive-quiet-lava-burst/

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Ring of fire on overdrive. Watch for major plate movement soon..... Maybe lol

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Bulusan volcano produces steam and ash explosion, Philippines
The Watchers
Posted by Adonai on May 01, 2015 in category Volcanoes

 

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Bulusan volcano produced a steam and ash explosion at 00:09 UTC today (08:09 local time) which lasted for 5 minutes based on seismic records,​ Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (PHIVOLCS) reports. The last eruptive phase of this volcano started on November 6, 2010 and lasted until May 13, 2011.

 

Today's event was not observed visually due to thick rain clouds covering the summit. At around 02:30 UTC, when the crater became visible, strong to moderate, dirty white steaming was observed which reached 200 m high and drifted west-northwest coming from the northwest vent of the volcano.

Only 5 volcanic earthquakes were detected during the past week by the Bulusan seismic network. After the steam and ash explosion, the network has recorded approximately 40 volcanic earthquakes.

 

Ed Laguerta, resident volcanologist of PHIVOLCS in the Bicol region, said the ash drifted toward the villages of Puting Sapa and Sangayon in Juban town, and in the villages of Cogon, Gulang-Gulang, and Tinampo in Irosin town.

 

“This is just a minor explosion, which coincided with Labor Day celebration. We’re closely monitoring the activity if it will escalate in the coming days,” Laguerta added.

 

Alert Level 0 status currently prevails over Bulusan volcano. However, the local government units and the public are reminded that entry to the 4-kilometer radius Permanent Danger Zone (PDZ) is strictly prohibited due to the possibility of sudden and hazardous steam-driven or phreatic eruptions.

 

Civil aviation authorities must also advise pilots to avoid flying close to the volcano’s summit as ejecta from any sudden phreatic eruption can be hazardous to aircraft.

 

Furthermore, people living within valleys and along river/stream channels should be vigilant against sediment-laden stream flows and lahars in the event of heavy and prolonged rainfall. 

 

PHIVOLCS is closely monitoring volcano’s activity and any new development will be relayed to all concerned.

more here: http://thewatchers.adorraeli.com/2015/05/01/bulusan-volcano-produces-steam-and-ash-explosion-philippines/

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Kilauea volcano explosion a sight in Hawaii

April 29, 2015

By Marisa Yamane, KHON

 

 

 

"HAWAII (KHON) — Hawaii Volcanoes National Park has been crowded at all hours. KHON2 has new explosive video from Kilauea.

“The explosion today caused the lava lake to slosh enough that a bit of lava did slosh out of the vent and onto the vent rim,” said Janet Babb

A powerful explosion was caused by rocks falling into the lava lake.

“The lava lake has existed since the vent opened in 2008, it hasn’t always been visible as it is now. because it was deep within the vent,” added Babb.

This video shows what it looked like only two months ago when you could see the glow from the lake. As impressive as this looks, you couldn’t actually see the lava itself.

That all changed last week Wednesday."

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http://kxan.com/2015/04/29/kilauea-volcano-explosion-a-sight-in-hawaii/

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I'll state this again: at least three places in the pacific will have a major incident happen by the end of June. I have many sources that explain also in the Midwest, Norheast and possible Great Lakes are hot spots for a major earthquake too by the end of this year. I guess we will see. We all move on from here in one way or another. Stay positive, love each day more than you think otherwise, smile, laugh and be loved. That's the only true thing that matters.

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In response to the question about eruption of underwater volcano off Oregon's coast 

 
 

'Wired' Underwater Volcano May Be Erupting Off Oregon
Tanya Lewis
May 1, 2015
 
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Axial Seamount, an undersea volcano located 300 miles (480 kilometers) off the coast of Oregon, appears to be erupting.
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"An underwater volcano off the coast of Oregon has risen from its slumber and may be spewing out lava about a mile beneath the sea.[/size]
Researchers were alerted to the possible submarine eruption of the Axial Seamount, located about 300 miles (480 kilometers) off the West Coast, by large changes in the seafloor elevation and an increase in the number of tiny earthquakes on April 24."
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http://www.livescience.com/50703-axial-seamount-2015-eruption.html?li_source=pm&li_medium=most-popular&li_campaign=related_test
 

Scientists confirm submarine volcanic eruption 300 miles off the coast of Washington State – 'massive ‘quiet’ lava burst
April 30, 2015
 
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April 2015 – SEATTLE – More than 80 scientists from around the world gathered in Seattle last week to discuss a thrilling development: For the first time, seafloor instruments were providing a real-time look at the most active, submarine volcano off the Northwest coast — and all signs indicated it might erupt soon. But even the researchers most closely monitoring Axial Seamount were stunned by what happened next. Beginning Thursday, April 23 — the day after the workshop ended — the new sensors recorded 8,000 small earthquakes in a 24-hour period. The volcano’s caldera, which had been swelling rapidly from an influx of magma, collapsed like a deflated balloon. “All the alarm bells were going off,” said Oregon State University volcanologist Bill Chadwick, who along with a colleague predicted last year that the volcano would erupt in 2015. “It was very exciting.”
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"UW oceanographer John Delaney first proposed the system nearly two decades ago, and is delighted to finally see the vision realized — and bearing scientific fruit. “It’s like Christmas squared,” he said. “This proves beyond a doubt the value of the cable and the data that’s flowing ashore.” Delaney helped organize last week’s workshop for scientists interested in tapping the new source of data on Axial Seamount, and in discussing the current volcanic unrest. The seafloor network is part of the National Science Foundation’s Ocean Observatories Initiative. It’s designed to study everything from marine life to water chemistry and plate tectonics. Nearly 30 instruments are situated on or around Axial Seamount, because so much is going on there. 
“This is really the only observatory in the world on an active, underwater volcano,” said UW oceanographer Deborah Kelley"
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 via https://theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com/
 

Underwater volcano erupts off Oregon coast

 

 

Did she blow? NW submarine volcano likely just erupted

April 29, 2015

 

Sandi Doughton

 

 

"A new seafloor observatory operated by the University of Washington is providing unprecedented detail about the possible eruption of a submarine volcano off the Northwest coast."

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http://www.seattletimes.com/seattle-news/science/did-she-blow-nw-submarine-volcano-likely-just-erupted/

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Volcanic warning at Japanese hot springs resort of Hakone which hasn't erupted in 900 years

Posted By: NaturalWisdom

Date: Tuesday, 5-May-2015 13:12:18

Volcanic warning at Japanese hot springs resort of Hakone

The Straits Times / Asia

Published on May 5, 2015

http://bit.ly/1IdToG9

TOKYO (AFP) - Japan's meteorological agency on Tuesday issued a warning to limit access to the popular hot springs resort of Hakone after a nearby volcano became active and began belching steaming gas.

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"LakeAshi and MtFuji Hakone"

by 木更津乃風(Kentagon)

Licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 via Wikimedia Commons

Source http://www.rumormillnews.com/cgi-bin/forum.cgi?read=16583

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CRATER COLLAPSE CAUSES LAVA EXPLOSION ON HAWAII'S KILAUEA

May 5, 2015

 

Caleb Jones

 

 

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In this May 3, 2015 photo provided by U.S. Geological Survey Hawaiian Volcano Observatory, smoke and lava explode from Kilauea volcano on Hawaii’s Big Island. Molten lava and rocks went flying through the air after part of the crater wall collapsed and caused the explosion. (USGS Hawaiian Volcano Observatory via AP)

 

 

"HONOLULU (AP) -- Molten lava, rocks and gas went flying through the air on Hawaii's Kilauea volcano after an explosion was caused by the partial collapse of a crater wall.

The collapse triggered a small explosion, spreading lava and debris around the rim of Kilauea's Halemaumau Crater, the U.S. Geological Survey's Hawaiian Volcano Observatory says.

Janet Babb, a geologist with the USGS, compared the blast on Sunday to taking a hammer to the top of a bottle of champagne."

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http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/U/US_LAVA_LAKE_EXPLOSION?SITE=AP&SECTION=HOME&TEMPLATE=DEFAULT&CTIME=2015-05-04-20-49-08

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Costa Rica Turrialba volcano spews out 2 km-high plume of smoke, ash near capital


 

 

May 5, 2015  RT

 

"A volcano in Costa Rica, 30 kilometres north east of the capital, has belched a plume of ash 2 kilometres up into the sky. The Institute of Vulcanology that filmed these images reports activity had been steadily increasing over the last month. Flights were suspended at the capital's international airport as a preventative measure."

 

tx Reddwolf

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Hundreds evacuated as Indonesia’s Karangetang volcano violently erupts in N. Sulawesi

 

At least 465 people were evacuated from their houses in Siau Tagulandang Biaro district in North Sulawesi province on Friday following eruption of Karangetang volcano, a senior official at Indonesia’s National Disaster Mitigation Agency (BNPB) said here. Impact of the active volcano’s eruption has flattened several houses in Kora village in the region, BNPB Spokesperson Sutopo Purwo Nugroho said, adding that in the afternoon the volcano was still erupting lava, rocks and hot materials as far as several kilometers from the crater of the volcano.

 

https://theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com/2015/05/09/55-hundreds-evacuated-as-indonesias-karangetang-volcano-violently-erupts-in-n-sulawesi/

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Expert warns Japan has entered ‘era of great quakes and eruptions’ – volcanoes stirring across Japan

 

Mt. Fuji is located only about 25 kilometers from Mt. Hakone. While Mt. Fuji is also an active volcano, will the increased volcanic activity of Mt. Hakone have any effects on Mt. Fuji? “The magma chambers located beneath Mt. Hakone and Mt. Fuji are not connected, so there is no effect on Mt. Fuji,” said Toshitsugu Fujii, who chairs the Japan Meteorological Agency’s Coordinating Committee for Prediction of Volcanic Eruptions. The agency has not observed any signs of impending eruption in Mt. Fuji and therefore has not raised the eruption alert level for the mountain. However, since the magnitude-9.0 Great East Japan Earthquake occurred in March 2011, volcanoes in the country have shown signs of increased activity. Currently, a Level 2 eruption alert, which restricts access around the volcanic vent, is in effect for 10 volcanoes, while a Level 3 alert, which restricts approach to the volcano, has been issued for three volcanoes.

 

https://theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com/

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Lava lake in Halemaʻumaʻu Crater drops with summit deflation

 

USGS Hawaiian Volcano Observatory

May 12, 2015 — Kīlauea

 

 

The summit lava lake in Halemaʻumaʻu Crater has dropped significantly over the past two days, as Kīlauea's summit has deflated. The dropping lava level has allowed lava veneer on the walls of the Overlook crater to fall away, clearly exposing the contact between the original rim of the Overlook crater (which is the original, pre-overflow floor of Halemaʻumaʻu Crater) and the stack of recent lava overflows. These overflows are roughly 8 meters (26 feet) thick in total.

 

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http://hvo.wr.usgs.gov/multimedia/index.php


 

Where is the magma going now that the lava level has dropped? I suppose it could just go back to where ever it came from. Hmmmm

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40 Volcanoes Are Erupting Right Now, And 34 Of Them Are Along The Ring Of Fire

 

You may not have noticed, but our planet is becoming increasingly unstable.  According to Volcano Discovery, 40 volcanoesare erupting right now, and only 6 of them are not along the Ring of Fire.  If that sounds like a very high number to you, that is because it is a very high number.

 

As I have written about previously, there were a total of 3,542 volcanic eruptions during the entire 20th century.  When you divide that number by 100, that gives you an average of about 35 volcanic eruptions per year.  So the number of volcanoes that are erupting right now is well above the 20th century’s average for an entire calendar year.  And of course we are witnessing a tremendous amount of earthquake activity as well.  Nepal was just hit by the worst earthquake that it had seen in 80 years, and scientists are telling us that the Himalayas actually dropped by an astounding 3 feet as a result of that one earthquake.  How much more does our planet have to shake before people start paying attention?

 

http://www.rightsidenews.com/2015051535843/life-and-science/energy-and-environment/40-volcanoes-are-erupting-right-now-and-34-of-them-are-along-the-ring-of-fire.html#!

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Ground level in Mount Hakone volcanic area rises as much as 12 cm

 

The ground level in the Owakudani hot-spring area of Mount Hakone has risen by up to 12 cm since mid-April, days before volcanic activity intensified in the popular tourist spot, according to a geographical survey institute. The alert level for Mount Hakone, some 80 km southwest of Tokyo, has been raised to 2, which advises against entry to areas around the volcanic vent. Alert level 1 means the situation is “normal.”

 

https://theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com/2015/05/19/ground-level-in-mount-hakone-volcanic-area-rises-as-much-as-12-cm/

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