The plate tongue holding Indonesia and the S America Plate are moving, in accordance with the 7 of 10 predictions. Note the IRIS chart from November 28, 2010. The entire Caribbean Plate is outlined with quakes, as well as the Cocos Plate, as well as the S American Plate up and down the Andes where it is rolling over the Nazca Plate, and to the east along the Atlantic Rift. The S America Plate is showing the trend expected for the S America roll.
Is it a coincidence that a mining accident in Peru occurred on the same day a magnitude 4.8 quake occurred? The location of the southern Andes where the quake occurred is not far from the slopes of the Santa Maria glacier where a mining accident killed 3 women.
- Peru 4.8 Magnitude Earthquake
November 22, 2010
- An earthquake measuring 4.8 degrees on the Richter scale struck early this morning the department of Arequipa, in southern Andean country.
- Three Women Die Buried in the Mines.
November 22, 2010
- Three women were killed while collecting mining material, were literally devoured by the earth, when a crack opened at their feet, in the snowy Perpetual Santa Maria glacier area, on the slopes of Cerro Condor Project (Lunar Gold mining center) in San Antonio de Putina province in the Puno region. The zone was declared danger of imminent rockslide zone, so contractors and other miners were notified and asked to leave the area.
Nearby in Ecuador, on this same day, the Tungurahua volcano erupted.
- Volcano Activity in Ecuador on 24.11.2010
November 22, 2010
- A sudden eruption of the Tungurahua volcano in the Ecuadorian Andes sent a column of ash more than 7 kilometers (4.3 miles) into the sky. The eruption was soundless and was perceived as an earthquake. For several weeks there have been the seismic phenomena of rocks breaking up and the movement of fluids that have not been very powerful but showed internal activity. Tungurahua began erupting in 1999 and since then has alternated periods of great activity with spaces of relative calm.
The entire region encompassing the curve and eastern edge of the Indo-Australia Plate, including New Zealand, is likewise outlined in quakes. It is no surprise that repeated methane explosions in the Pike River mine have occurred, starting on November 19, 2010 when earthquakes started hammering the region along the eastern border of the Indo-Australia Plate.
28- Nov-2010 5.0 North Island, New Zealand
20- Nov-2010 4.2 North Island, New Zealand
19- Nov-2010 4.2 North Island, New Zealand
19- Nov-2010 4.0 Off E. Coast of N Island, N.Z.
16- Nov-2010 4.0 South Island, New Zealand
This accident was considered the worst New Zealand mining accident within the past 100 years. This plate is lifting and tilting in preparation for the 7 of 10 scenario in Indonesia.
- New Zealand Mine Explosion: All Miners Believed Dead after Huge Second Blast
November 24, 2010
- A massive second explosion at the Pike River mine in New Zealand has extinguished all hope of bringing the 29 missing miners back to the surface alive. The enormous blast was more violent than the first and was believed to have been caused by a large build up of methane within the mine over the past five days. The 29 men, including two Britons, have been missing in the coal mine since a powerful underground blast on [November 19]. While police had initially insisted they would bring the men out alive, hope had dimmed in recent days.
The plate tongue holding Indonesia and the Philippine Islands was also highly active and outlined with quakes, particularly on the eastern side where the pressure to fold and sink is being applied.
23- Nov-2010 6.0 New Britain Region, P.N.G.
22- Nov-2010 4.6 Mindanao, Philippine Islands
21- Nov-2010 4.6 Mariana Islands Region
Bulusan volcano in the central Philippines rumbled to life again on November 21, 2010, and yet another Indonesian volcano, Mount Bromo, rumbled to life on November 23, 2010 and finally blew on November 28, this time in eastern Java. Note the relationship in dates to activity in S America and New Zealand!
- Another Indonesian Volcano Threatens to Erupt
November 23, 2010
- Indonesia is on alert again for a possible volcanic eruption, this time from Mount Bromo, located on the eastern end of the Indonesian island of Java. The eruption red alert comes just a couple weeks after Mount Merapi's relentless erupting killed more than 300 people. Bromo started rumbling to life on November 8, and plumes of smoke and ash were rising from the summit crater on November 23.
- Bulusan Spews Ash Anew; 12 Quakes Recorded
November 21, 2010
- Bulusan Volcano in Sorsogon continues to be restive as it spewed a grayish steam and ash column that reached an approximate height of two kilometers above its crater rim. Prior to the ash ejection, Phivolcs said its seismic network detected a total of 12 volcanic earthquakes. Bulusan is the fourth most active volcano in the country after Mayon in Albay, Taal in Batangas and Pinatubo in Zambales, having erupted 15 times since 1886.