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"Of course all volcanoes will explode, as this is going to be a very severe pole shift. What about the months and years preceding the pole shift? It is no secret that Mammoth Lake and the caldera of Yellowstone are warming up, and the populace has been prepared for these occurrences by the movie Volcano where there, in the middle of LA, lava is bubbling up. In fact, there is a fault line running from the approximate San Diego/LA area, up into the Sierras, and this is liable to rupture rather violently during one of the quakes that precedes the pole shift by some months. Volcanic eruptions from that area in the Sierras can be expected. Will Mount St. Helen erupt? All volcanoes that have been active within the memory of man will begin spewing and burping and oozing, and many that were not expected to become active will reactive. "   ZetaTalk - Feb 15, 2000

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Comment by M. Difato on November 21, 2016 at 6:08pm

Several moderate to strong explosions have been reported on November 20, 2016 at Fuego volcano in Guatemala

Loud rumbling noises! The resulting column of ash and gas reached 5 km above the volcanic peak, is dispersing towards S and SO over an area of more than 15km.

Ashfall was reported in Morelia, Santa Sofia and Panimaché. No evacuations are underway.

The rumbling noises produced by each loud explosions were heard several kilometers away.

Pyroclastic flows have also been observed descending along the side of the volcano in the Ceniza and Trinidad canyons.

It’s not just the Fuego volcano that shows an enhanced volcanic activity, it’s all around the world since the deadly New

Zealand earthquake!


Source: http://strangesounds.org/2016/11/fuego-volcano-strongly-erupts-in-l...

Comment by M. Difato on November 20, 2016 at 4:44pm

The volcano Zhupanovsky recorded two powerful explosions within 20 minutes on November 20, 2016.

The first eruption occurred at 14:29 local time, sending the ash and gas plume to an amazing height of 8 kilometers above sea level. The second ejection, 20 minutes later, sent ash up to 6.5 kilometers asl.

The Zhupanovsky Volcano in Kamchatka recorded to strong explosions on November 20, 2016, ejecting a column of ash to a height of 8 kilometers and 6.5 kilometers, respectively.

The first ash plume spread in a northeasterly direction, while the second was blown away in an easterly direction. Ashfall has been reported in settlements around the volcano.

Officials changed the level of Code Aviation danger to orange (high) and recommends tourist organizations not to conduct tours around the volcano.

Last time the volcano erupted was March 25th. Then the height of the ash column was eight kilometers. According to the Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (KVERT), all known volcanic eruption at Zhupanovsky were relatively weak and did not pose a threat for the surrounding populations.

The Zhupanovsky Volcano is a volcanic massif, consisting of four overlapping stratovolcanoes, located in the southeastern part of Kamchatka Peninsula, Russia. After 54 years of inactivity, the volcano began erupting on October 23, 2013, in 2014, and continuing nonstop into 2016.


Comment by M. Difato on November 17, 2016 at 3:57pm

Peru's Sabancaya Volcano erupts yet again spewing an ash cloud hundreds of meters into the sky

(Nov 16), just days after an earlier, record-setting eruption.


Peru's active Sabancaya Volcano erupted again on Wednesday spewing an ash cloud high into the sky. The volcano

erupted just last Friday where that ash cloud reached a record height of some 3,000 meters (9, 842 feet). The new

activity came just hours after a flurry of small explosions at the volcano..." 


Poasted Nov 11, 2016 - Two volcanoes, Sabancaya and Ubinas, erupt simultaneously in Peru – A first time for the country


Sabancaya and Ubinas volcanoes are separated by a distance of 100 kilometers, have different magma chambers, but they are erupting simultaneously right now! What a rare coincidence!

Both volcanoes are sending large volcanic cloud of ash and gas and show an enhanced seismic activity. Impressive explosions occur about every 4 hours, but every 15 minutes a small explosion occurs.

Sabancaya Ubinas and are separated by a distance of 100 kilometers. According to volcanologists, they have different magma chambers and currently simultaneous eruptions. A rare coincidence!

sabancaya began erupting 4 days ago (Nov 6) for the first time in 18 years. Ubinas is active since 2013 and has constant explosive phases.

As explained by Orlando Macedo, the director of the Geophysical Institute of Arequipa: “We are witnessing the simultaneous activity of two volcanoes right now! A first time for Peru. According to our data, this will continue.”

Comment by M. Difato on November 8, 2016 at 5:36pm


Sabancaya volcano had its first major eruption in more than a decade on Sunday, November 6. The volcano, which is located in Peru?s southern Arequipa region, continued to emit clouds of ash and steam on Monday.

Source and video: http://video.dailytelegraph.com.au/v/528215/PERU-Perus-Sabancaya-Vo...

Comment by KM on November 4, 2016 at 12:34pm


Mysterious mud volcano forms and erupts after M6.6 earthquake in Italy

The rare geological phenomenon has unexpectedly emerged from the deep Earth interior.

The mud crater has suddenly appeared this week in a field in Santa Vittoria, Matenano, Italy, and has been bubbling mud since then.

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The crater is spitting clay material out of the ground.

The mud volcano is now being surveyed by officials who study the possible threats of such a weird phenomenon on the nearby residents.

Comment by M. Difato on October 24, 2016 at 5:54pm

As Bulusan erupts a 3rd time, ashfall threatens residents’ health

          Ash blots out the sun in the village of Inlagadian in Casiguran town, Sorsogon province, following ashfall from Mt.    

          Bulusan on Oct. 21. —MARC ALVIC ESPLANA/Philippine Daily Inquirer

BULUSAN, Sorsogon—Thrice during the past week, Mount Bulusan in Sorsogon belched out gray ash plumes in a series of minor phreatic (steam-driven) eruptions that sent ash raining over villages in the towns of Bulusan, Casiguran and Irosin, threatening crops and endangering the health of some residents.

Antonio Banares, 64, a resident of Barangay Central in Bulusan town near the slope of the volcano said he thought the ash falling from the sky last week was just drizzle.

“I became aware that it was ash and that the volcano had a (minor phreatic) eruption. I saw the ash thicken and I thought, this is bad, especially for my heart condition,” he said.

Banares and other residents in 11 barangays in Bulusan had been suffering from the effects of phreatic eruptions on Oct. 17, 19 and 21.
The Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (MDRRMC) of Bulusan said the villages of Dancalan,

Madlawon, Poctol, Sapngan, Dapdap, Looban, Central, Sabang, Mabuhay, San Rafael and San Bernardo bore the brunt of

the ashfall which dumped up to half a millimeter thick of ash.

Fumes coming from the volcano drifted to the villages of San Jose and San Francisco.

The Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs) also found small traces of ashfall in the upland barangays

of San Rafael and Sabang in Irosin town during the Oct. 19 eruptions

In Casiguran town, Luisito Mendoza, the town’s MDRRMC officer, said at least 350 houses were covered by ash in

Barangay Inlagadian from the Oct. 21 eruption.

At least 10 residents were treated for vomiting and stomach ache, said Mendoza. Masks were also distributed to residents.
He said “if the situation gets worse,” officials would order preemptive evacuation.

Nerma Ricero, principal of Inlagadian Elementary School, canceled classes Friday after 310 students reported difficulty in

concentrating on their lessons. Bulusan Mayor Mike Guysayko also ordered classes suspended in eight elementary and

secondary schools.

Farmer Salvador Hajas, 33, said the continued eruption of Bulusan volcano is destroying crops. “Our produce are affected.

They get rotten due to ash,” he said.

Renard Fullon Garados, MDRMMC officer in Bulusan town, said officials are conducting an inventory of households that

need to be moved to safer grounds..."

Read more: http://newsinfo.inquirer.net/830176/bulusan-ashfall-threatens-crops...

Comment by jorge namour on October 11, 2016 at 7:16pm

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Comment by M. Difato on October 11, 2016 at 4:50pm

Colombia's Nevado Del Ruiz Volcano Erupts


The Nevado Del Ruiz Volcano, located about 80 miles west of Colombian capital Bogota, sent plumes of ash and gas into the air this last weekend, putting locals on alert.

The eruption is the latest of two weeks of activity, according to news source KRIS TV, which reported that emissions shot as high as 23,000 feet.

Officials from the Red Cross announced caution, commenting that those in the area need to be prepared in case the activity presents any danger.

As we have previously reported, the notorious volcano’s most recent activity were two consecutive eruptions in May, one with emissions reaching over 4,000 feet above the the peak, another over 7,500 feet.

While that last explosion resulted in the closure of two airports, there has not yet been any details of transport issues yet linked with last weekend’s activity.

The volcanic activity was also linked to a sizeable earthquake, according to El Espectador. The 3.1 magnitude tremor hit Sunday afternoon and was felt throughout Caldas to Manizales.

"The Nevado del Ruiz volcano continues to evolve and it is possible that new events that may indicate an acceleration of the process are presented, involving greater instability thereof and consequently changes in your activity level," commented the Colombian Geological Service.

AndNowUKnow will continue to track this and other natural occurrences that could affect the produce industry. 

Comment by jorge namour on October 10, 2016 at 6:54pm

White Island Volcano - NEW ZEALAND


October 8 2016

The lake at White Island is slowing filling up and looking very cool, also take a look at how green is it around the sulphur chimney. Such a stunning day today!!

Whakaari White Island lake disappears, temperature drops - NZ HERALD


Comment by M. Difato on October 8, 2016 at 8:10am

TOKYO - Mount Aso in southern Japan sent huge plumes of gray smoke as high as 11 kilometers (6.8 miles) into the air on Saturday in one of the volcano's biggest explosions in years.


This aerial photo shows cars totally covered by gray ash parked on the compound of a driving school in Aso, Kumamoto Prefecture, southern Japan, Saturday morning, Oct. 8, 2016, following Mount Aso erupted earlier in the day. Mount Aso has sent huge plumes of gray smoke as high as 11 kilometers (6.8 miles) into the air in one of the volcano's biggest explosions in years. Kyodo News via AP Hiroko Harima

The Japan Meteorological Agency said the explosion in the early hours of Saturday also blew off bits of volcanic rock and ash and raised the alert level for the area, extending the entry ban from just around the volcanic mouth to the mountain itself.

Footage on Japan's NHK public television showed orange flames flickering from several locations on the mountaintop as the volcano emitted thick gray smoke billowing into the sky.

There are no homes within the off-limit area and no injuries or major damage have been reported in nearby towns, though buildings and cars were covered with thick ash falls. Flights were largely unaffected, except for some delays.

A window at a youth center just a few kilometers (miles) away from the mountain suffered a crack apparently from volcanic rocks.

Masaaki Yamamoto, a manager at the center, told NHK that he heard small volcanic rocks hitting the exterior of the building, and found a crack in the window along with chunks of volcanic debris about the size of a golf ball near it.

Aso city, about 10 kilometers (6 miles) north of the volcano, set up evacuation centers as a precaution. Residents were washing off ash from external walls, plants and the streets before it dries up and spreads farther. Media reports said some ash falls were detected in parts of western Japan.

The area is still recovering from deadly earthquakes in April.

Mount Aso has repeated smaller eruptions in recent years. The agency said it was not known if the volano's recent activity was related to the earthquakes earlier this year, but it's in an unstable condition and could erupt again.

Japan sits atop the Pacific "ring of fire" and has more than 100 volcanoes.

Mount Aso had a smaller eruption in August while eruptions in 2014 disrupted tourism in the area.

Read more here: http://www.macon.com/news/nation-world/article106878367.html#storyl...

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