"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



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Comment by Howard on January 2, 2015 at 12:50am

Explosive Activity Increases at Kamchatka's Shiveluch Volcano (Dec 30)

The volcano's activity seems to have increased recently. A large explosion occurred on December 30 at 07:06 local time, sending a shower of incandescent bombs to heights approaching 1.5-2 km above the lava dome and more than 1 km lateral distance.

A cloud of ash belched out by the Sheveluch volcano in Kamchatka is spreading 35 kilometers eastwards and volcanic particles are drifting with the wind to the Pacific Ocean.

“The volcano has ejected cinders to the altitude of 6,000 meters above sea level,” according to the Kamchatka Volcano Eruptions Reaction Team (KVERT) of the Russian Academy of Sciences.

The aviation authorities have assigned the orange level of aviation risks to the eruption, which means that the volcanic particles ejected from the Sheveluch’s crater pose a potential menace for all types of aircraft and can render the engines of airliners and helicopters inoperative.




Comment by Howard on December 30, 2014 at 8:58pm

Big Volcanic Eruption Near Tonga's Capital (Dec 30)

A large volcanic eruption is taking place near Tonga's capital's Nuku'alofa, sending ash and steam into the sky.

It is the same volcano which erupted out of the Pacific Ocean, 63 kilometres north of Nuku'alofa in 2009, creating an island.

New Zealand's Metservice has yet to issue any aviation warning in the region, despite the large plume of ash.

Known as the Hunga Ha'apai volcano, Matangi Tonga says it may have been erupting for more than a week.

The eruption was first reported by a fisherman who came back from the area on December 19, according to the Deputy Secretary of Lands and Natural Resources, Taniela Kula.

The volcano sits on the edge of the Tonga/Kermadec Trench with runs from Samoa through Tonga and down the New Zealand east coast.

Satellite images from 28 Dec already show a plume of discolored water, not visible on images of 18 Dec, suggesting the activity started during this interval.

From available pictures on social media, a water and possibly ash-containing plume is visible from a distance, which indicates that the eruption has by now breached the surface.

Whether or not it will lead to the formation of a temporary or even permanent new island remains to be seen in 2015.




Comment by jorge namour on December 30, 2014 at 11:54am
Comment by jorge namour on December 30, 2014 at 11:36am


Etna, SicilY - ITALY

makes a point of honor to show up late in the year ... Sunday, an increase of seismicity and an increase in tremor marks the beginning of an eruption.
The site of the eruption probably is the new southeast crater.
According the webcams , the ash plume is very charged and fallout of ash and lapilli are reported at the beginning of the eruption on the eastern slope of Etna, in the municipalities of Giarre Riposto , Mascali , Sant'Alfio.

The VAAC of Toulouse reported in its report of 6:13 p.m., increased tremor at 17h36 and a red aviation code!

On this photo taken there two minutes, we see the arms of lava flow into the Valle del Bove arrived at about 2000m and snow, which seems about 1500. And you can also see the famous little light of Rocca Musarra!

Communicated INGV Catania:
On the evening of December 28, 2014, there has been a short but intense eruptive episode, the first paroxysmal event of Etna after that of 2 December 2013 on the New Southeast Crater (NCSE). This episode produced fountains, lava flows and an eruption column that was pushed by strong winds to the east, leading to a fall of ash and lapilli in the villages of Milo, Fornazzo, S. Alfio and Giarre. The severe weather conditions does have so far failed to identify clearly the summit craters of Etna that produced the episode, because the summit area was constantly covered with dense clouds, conditions, that persist to this day.





Eruption from Tonga’s, undersea volcano Hunga Ha’apai :


Hunga Ha'apai
eruption continues

Tuesday, December 30, 2014

Hunga Ha’apai eruption seen from the Kanokupolu coastline. 30 December 2

A continuing eruption from Tonga’s active undersea volcano, Hunga Ha’apai, was clearly visible on the horizon northwest of Tongatapu today.

Photographed by Shane Egan from the Kanokupolu coastline, the plume of steam stood out clearly against today’s blue sky.

“It’s been puffing away like a steam train since Christmas Eve,” said Shane. “It’s Tonga’s own white Christmas.”

He said the eruption may have started earlier but it was hard to see against the heavy clouds on the horizon before Christmas.

Comment by Beth Benson on December 29, 2014 at 2:39am

@ Starr, I'm seeing two orbs, one at the 8:00 position and one to the right of the ash plume. Maybe this picture should also go in the Planet x sightings too. What do you think?

Comment by Starr DiGiacomo on December 28, 2014 at 3:44am


Mexican volcano spews ash 3.5 km (2.1 miles) high

The sun sets as a plume of gas, ash and steam rises from the crater of the Popocatepetl volcano, seen from the town of San Nicolas de los Ranchos, Mexico, Friday, Dec. 26, 2014. According to Mexico's Disaster Prevention Centre (CENAPRED), the exhalation, which occurred at 17:07 local time, reached a height of 3,500 meters, (11,500 ft.) but the event did not cause changes in the alert level which remains at yellow phase two, representing moderate volcanic activity. (AP Photo/Dario Lopez-Mills)

MEXICO CITY (AP) — Authorities say the Popocatepetl volcano located just southeast of Mexico City has registered an explosion that spewed a mix of steam, gas and ashes about 3.5 kilometers (2.1 miles) into the air.

Mexico's National Center for Disaster Prevention says that the flare up occurred on Friday afternoon and that the amount of ash mix released was "moderate."

Popocatepetl is an active volcano, and the second tallest volcano in the country. It is located 72 kilometers (nearly 45 miles) from the capital, and close to Morelos, Puebla and Mexico states.

Comment by jorge namour on December 24, 2014 at 10:54pm

2014.12.24 - Colima (Mexico ) - webcams de méxico / twitter


Comment by Howard on December 20, 2014 at 1:58am

Indonesia's Gamalana Volcano Erupts Unexpectedly with Fatalities (Dec 19)

Gamlana Volcano on Ternate Island, a popular hiking destination, erupted unexpectedly Thursday evening claiming at least two lives.

Two hikers were reported missing, presumably killed, and nine others wounded, mainly from injuries suffered when falling during their escape.

Slow-moving red lava was visible at the peak of the eruption Friday and villages were blanketed with thick ash, but no evacuation orders have been issued.

An airport in Ternate, the provincial capital about30 kilometres (20 miles) from the volcano, was forced to close Friday as did schools and offices.

Explosions and ongoing ash emissions continued throughout Friday and produced ash plumes that drifted eastwards. More than 5 cm of ash covered the runway and some parked aircraft.

The Indonesian Volcanological Survey (VSI) raised the alert level of Gamalana to 3 (on a scale of 1-4).

The small island, only approx. 10 km in diameter, consists essentially of the volcano's cone above sea level and is very exposed to mud flows or pyroclastic flows that could occur during or as a result of explosive activity.

Evacuations would likely need to involve dislocation to one of the neighboring islands in case of a major eruption.

It seem that the eruption was not preceded by anything unusual, only a weak tremor signal was recorded about half an hour before, which in itself is not very unusual on any active volcano and not enough to predict an eruption.

It is not clear what the nature of this eruption is and whether it involves fresh magma or only steam-driven explosions (phreatic activity), but the observed glow on the upper flank below the summit suggest that a lava flow was active from a vent below the summit crater.




Comment by Howard on December 11, 2014 at 5:03am

Costa Rica Turrialba Volcano Erupts, Rains Ash over San José (Dec 9)

Turrialba Volcano erupted again Monday evening, launching twice the ash of the two October eruptions, blanketing residents in Central Valley as far as 20 km away with ash and a strong smell of sulfur.

A large magnitude 6.8 temblor shook the country’s southwestern region Monday, in addition to three other 6+ magnitude quakes that hit the region in previous days.




Comment by Howard on December 9, 2014 at 3:09am

Fogo Volcano Consumes Another Village (Dec 8)

A second village in the path of the rapidly advancing lava flow has been destroyed within only a few hours.

With 2 villages destroyed, more than 1700 people displaced and without some of their most valuable economic possession, farmland, this now 15 days old eruption is the worst volcanic disaster of this century.

The history of 150 years of settlement in the Cha caldera is now under lava.





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