"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 May 14, 2014 at 4:36am

Shiveluch Volcano in Kamchatka Russia Erupting (May 12)

A strong explosion occurred on May 12 that produced an ash plume that rose 33,000 ft (10 km) altitude.

On May 13, Shiveluch bellowed 3 columns of ash within 2 hours to heights of seven to ten kilometers.

The first ash cloud spread eastwards. Plumes from the second and third ejection moving in a westerly direction.




Comment by Howard on May 14, 2014 at 4:23am

Santiago Volcano Erupts in Guatemala, 300 Evacuated (May 9)

A strong eruptive phase occurred on May 9 and produced a series of pyroclastic flows that affected the southern and eastern slopes of the Caliente lava dome. Ash plumes rose to estimated 7-8 km altitude

Ash fall was reported in the villages Las Marías, San Marcos Palajunoj, El Faro, La florida, and Patzulín, all located on the southern side of the volcano, necessitating the evacuation of about 300 people.

Yesterday Monday, May 12 , the alert level was maintained due to the emission of a large amount of flow , and a large mudslide called lahar (a flow of volcanic mud made ​​of water , ash volcanic and tephra).




Comment by Howard on May 12, 2014 at 3:12am

Japan's Sakurajima Volcano Erupting Again (May 11)

The Sakurajima volcano started erupting on the southern Japanese island of Kyushu today. Sakurajima is considered to be one of the most active volcanos in Japan. The national meteorological service of the country reports that the column of ash is rising to the height of over 4,5km.

According to Japanese meteorologists, this eruption has become the most powerful this year. The flow of lava and ash is moving in the direction of Ibusiki City but currently there is no information about any wreckage or casualties.

Sakurajima erupts up to several hundred times a year. Today's eruption is No.126.

The volcanic activity usually harms the neighbouring Kagoshima Prefecture where the only Japanese space launch site Uchinoura is located.



Comment by Yvonne Lawson on May 11, 2014 at 7:41pm

Newly-discovered active volcano could erupt underneath ice in Antarctica and add  to effects of global warming, say scientists

A newly-discovered  active volcano could erupt underneath Antarctica, melting the ice from below and  compounding the effects of global warming, according to scientists.

Researchers  discovered the volcano underneath the ice after setting up devices to measure  tectonic activity across Marie Byrd Land in the west of the  continent.

Scientists had  intended to use the seismograph machines to help in their efforts to weight the  ice sheet - only to find that a volcano was in fact forming underneath the  ice.

Discovery: A newly-discovered active volcano could erupt underneath Antarctica,  melting the ice from below

Effect: Although an eruption would be unlikely to breach the ice - the  accompanying heat could have an effect on the landscape

Volcanic activity was discovered around 30 miles  from Antarctica's highest volcano, Mount Sidley, and although an eruption would  be unlikely to breach the ice - the accompanying heat could have an effect on  the landscape.

Even a sub-glacial  eruption would still be able to melt ice, creating huge amounts of water which  could flow beneath the ice and towards the sea - hastening the flow of the  overlying ice and potentially speed up the rate of ice sheet loss.

'Numerous  volcanoes exist in Marie Byrd Land, a highland region of West Antarctica,' said  Amanda Lough, of Washington University in St Louis in the team's paper on the  subject, published in the Nature Geoscience journal.

Findings: Volcanic activity was discovered around 30  miles from Antarctica's highest volcano, Mount Sidley

'High heat flow  through the crust in this region may influence the stability of the West  Antarctic Ice Sheet.'

The  Antarctic ice  sheet is one of the Earth's two polar ice caps and covers  an area of 5.4  million square miles - around 98 percent of the  continent, making it the  largest single mass of ice on earth.

Although  scientists have suggested that sea ice around the continent is increasing, land  ice appears to be decreasing and the area is very sensitive to global warming.

Seismologists had  set up two crossing lines of seismographs across Marie Byrd Land in 2010 - the  first time such instruments able to withstand the cold  temperatures year-round  had been used.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2625583/Newly-discovered-ac...

Comment by Recall 15 on May 9, 2014 at 9:54pm

Santiagito Volcano in Erupting mode May 9 2014:

At approximately 10:00 am this day the Santiaguito volcano recorded a new eruptive phase with moderate to strong Pyroclastic flows on the flanks East and Southeast , according to the special Volcanological Bulletin No. 43 issued by INSIVUMEH.



Comment by jorge namour on May 7, 2014 at 1:07pm


VOLCANO shared photo.
6 hours ago MAY 7 2014

NASA catches images of volcanic activity in South Sandwich Islands

May 6th 2014. The South Sandwich Islands, in the far southern Atlantic Ocean, are often shrouded with thick cloud, making it difficult to view the region from space. Sometimes, however, the use of false-color imagery can be used to reveal events that would otherwise be obscured under cloud cover. The Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) aboard NASA’s Aqua satellite flew over the South Sandwich Islands on April 19, 2014 and acquired a false-color image of the cloudy scene.

In the north of the image, a thin plume of white rises from the volcano on Zavodovski island, the northernmost of the South Sandwich Islands and streams to the northeast. Further south, a wider white plume can be seen blowing across the Atlantic Ocean. This plume rises from the Mount Michael volcano, which is a young and frequently active strato-volcano located on Saunders Island, near the center of the South Sandwich Island chain.

IMAGE: The images from 19 April refer to the Zavodovski island and Mount Michael volcano on Saunders island


Comment by jorge namour on April 29, 2014 at 12:09pm


Ahyi submarine volcano (Marianas)
April 29 2014

Ahyi submarine volcano (Marianas): possible new volcanic activity
USGS raised the alert level for the submarine volcano due to abnormal seismicity detected in the area by hydroacoustic devices and land-based network devices on neighboring islands. However, the latter are relatively distant, such as Pagan located 270 km south. The source of the unusual signals that appreaed on 24 April can only be located approximately, and could originate from other seamounts near Ahyi volcano.
For the time being, no other indications of possible volcanic submarine activity have been detected.

MAP : http://volcansvanuatueruptionsgb.blogspot.com.ar/

Popocatepetl, MEXICO



11:00 April 26 (April 26 16:00 GMT)

In the last 24 hours, the monitoring system of the volcano Popocatepetl recorded 19 exhalations of low intensity.

For most of them yesterday, cloudy conditions did not allow to observe the volcano. A glow , at night, was observed on the crater.

A volcanotectonique event was also recorded at 08:11 pm today, with a magnitude of M 2.1.

At the time of this report, the volcano is covered with clouds, however, in the early hours of the day, it has been observed with continuous emission of steam and gas eastward.



Volcano Planet
April 23 · Edited
Some possible activity may have occurred on Saunders Island in the South Sandwich Islands today. Satellite imagery from yesterday shows a slight discolouration in the sea just off the northwest tip of the island. Satellite imagery from today shows what appears to be a possible plume originating from the northwest tip of the island and extending towards the northwesterly direction, and it also shows a faint blackened area on the not-so-good-quality image.

MAP: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saunders_Island,_Falkland_Islands

Upon contacting volcanologist Boris Behncke, he was of the opinion that it may well be a possible eruption.

Comment by jorge namour on April 28, 2014 at 1:03pm


28 April 2014 Whakaari White Island - NEW ZEALAND



Dino of White Island shared Te Puia New Zealand's photo.

9 hours ago APRIL 28 2014
thanks Te Puia New Zealand...
Pohutu Geyser, Rotorua NZ
Pohutu just starting to erupt at sundown this evening. Stunning.


Comment by Howard on April 22, 2014 at 3:26pm

Indonesia's Mt Merapi Explodes, Spews Volcanic Ash on Nearby Villages (Apr 21)

A new explosion occurred at the volcano early yesterday morning (Sun, 20 April), at around 4:25 am local time.

VAAC Darwin reported an ash plume rising to approx. 30-35,000 ft (9-11 km) altitude and drifting NWN, and raised the aviation alert level to red.

The explosion was heard several kilometers distance away and ash falls occurred in villages around the volcano, prompting residents to wear dust masks and clean up roofs and streets from ash.

A 5.6 earthquake with an epicenter some 151 kilometers southwest of Gunung Kidul occurred on Friday.

On Saturday, the BPPTKG also recorded Mt Merapi seismic activities in the form of tectonic quakes occurring four times during the period between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m.





Comment by Howard on April 21, 2014 at 6:18pm

Powerful Explosions at Guatemala's Fuego Volcano (Apr 20)

Activity at the volcano continues to be elevated and increased yesterday with strong explosions that generated ash plumes 4-5 km high and drifted 12 km, falling on the villages Panimaché, Morelia, Santa Sofia and others.

These explosions also generated strong rumblings that were audible more than 20 miles away. Nearby villages felt shock waves that vibrated roofs and windows, causing alarm among the inhabitants.





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