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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 SongStar101 on April 21, 2016 at 8:57pm

Wow!  There are nearly 40 volcano's erupting currently with more on eruption activity alert warnings! The South American peninsula is red and active with big quakes!

http://earthquakes.volcanodiscovery.com/

http://www.volcanodiscovery.com/volcano-activity/news/57322/Volcani...

Currently erupting:

Alaid (Northern Kuriles): intense thermal signal from summit crater, strong degassing (updated 20 Apr 2016)
Ambrym (Vanuatu): active lava lakes in several craters (updated 18 Feb 2016)
Aso (central Kyushu, Japan): degassing, sporadic steam / ash explosions (updated 8 Mar 2016)
Batu Tara (Sunda Islands, Indonesia): strombolian explosions, ash plumes up to 500 m, extrusion of a small lava dome with rockfalls (updated 28 Nov 2015)
Chikurachki (Paramushir Island): new eruption since end of March 2016 (updated 31 Mar 2016)
Colima (Western Mexico): sporadic small explosions (updated 31 Mar 2016)
Copahue (Chile/Argentina): seismic unrest, occasional ash venting (updated 22 Mar 2016)
Dukono (Halmahera): mild strombolian activity, continuous intense ash emissions (updated 20 Apr 2016)
Erebus (Antarctica): active lava lake in summit crater (updated 8 Dec 2014)
Erta Ale (Danakil depression, Ethiopia): overflowing lava lake (updated 2 Mar 2016)
Fuego (Guatemala): lava flows on S and W flanks, lava fountaining from summit vent (updated 13 Apr 2016)
Ibu (Halmahera, Indonesia): stromolian and phreatomagmatic explosions (updated 29 Oct 2015)
Karymsky (Kamchatka): occasional small explosions, thermal anomaly (updated 1 Mar 2016)
Kerinci (Sumatra): intermittent ash emissions (updated 14 Apr 2016)
Kilauea (Hawai'i): new lava flow from vents on NE flank of Pu'u 'O'o (updated 28 Apr 2015)
Kliuchevskoi (Kamchatka): mild strombolian activity in summit crater (updated 20 Apr 2016)
Masaya (Nicaragua): active lava lake in summit crater since mid Dec 2015 (updated 3 Apr 2016)
Momotombo (Nicaragua): intermittent vulcanian explosions (updated 29 Mar 2016)
Nevado del Ruiz (Colombia): intermittent explosions, steaming, ash venting (updated 31 Mar 2016)
Nyiragongo (DRCongo): new vent on crater floor (updated 8 Mar 2016)
Ol Doinyo Lengai (Tanzania): effusion of natrocarbonatite lava inside the crater (updated 8 Jul 2013)
Pacaya (Guatemala): intense spattering from intra-crater cone (updated 29 Mar 2016)
Popocatépetl (Central Mexico): degassing, sporadic explosions, slowly growing lava dome (updated 20 Apr 2016)
Rabaul (Tavurvur) (New Britain, Papua New Guinea): lava fountains, ash emissions from Tavurvur cone (updated 12 Sep 2014)
Reventador (Ecuador): lava flow on SW flank (updated 24 Feb 2016)
Sakurajima (Kyushu, Japan): sporadic vulcanian explosions from Minamidake and Showa crater (updated 14 Apr 2016)
Sangay (Ecuador): small strombolian activity in summit crater (updated 4 Apr 2016)
Santiaguito (Guatemala): increased effusive / explosive activity from Caliente dome (updated 20 Apr 2016)
Semeru (East Java, Indonesia): growing lava dome, lava flow, strombolian activity (updated 14 Feb 2016)
Shiveluch (Kamchatka): growing lava dome (updated 31 Mar 2016)
Sinabung (Sumatra, Indonesia): continuing pyroclastic flows (updated 31 Mar 2016)
Stromboli (Eolian Islands, Italy): weak, intermittent strombolian explosions (updated 31 Mar 2016)
Suwanose-jima (Ryukyu Islands): strombolian explosions in Ontake crater (updated 20 Apr 2016)
Tungurahua (Ecuador): large and frequent explosions, ash columns rising several km (updated 9 Mar 2016)
Ubinas (Peru): sporadic vulcanian explosions (updated 16 Jan 2016)
Villarrica (Central Chile): lava lake in summit crater, spattering, strombolian explosions (updated 4 Apr 2016)
Yasur (Tanna Island, Vanuatu): ash emissions, weak strombolian explosions (updated 13 Nov 2015)
Zhupanovsky (Kamchatka, Russia): steaming / degassing (updated 31 Mar 2016)

Eruption warning / minor activity:

Bagana (Bougainville Island, Papua New Guinea): mild ash emissions (updated 3 Mar 2016)
Barren Island (Indian Ocean): weak thermal hot spot (updated 3 Mar 2016)
Bezymianny (Central Kamchatka Depression): steaming, weak seismic activity (updated 3 Jul 2014)
Bromo (East Java, Indonesia): degassing, mild ash venting (updated 4 Apr 2016)
Bulusan (Luzon Island, Philippines): occasional sporadic explosions (updated 23 Feb 2016)
Canlaon (Central Philippines): occasional sporadic explosions (updated 30 Mar 2016)
Cerro Negro (Nicaragua): increased earthquake activity (updated 16 Feb 2016)
Chirinkotan (Northern Kuriles, Russia): sporadic ash emissions (updated 28 Jul 2015)
Chirpoi (Kurile Islands, Russia): thermal hot spot visible on satellite imagery (updated 14 Apr 2016)
Cleveland (Aleutian Islands, Alaska): intermittent explosions (updated 19 Apr 2016)
Cotopaxi (Ecuador): vulcanian explosions (updated 16 Aug 2015)
Etna (Sicily, Italy): weak, dilute ash emissions from NE crater (updated 19 Apr 2014)
Heard (Australia, Southern Indian Ocean): strombolian activity, lava flow from Mawson Peak summit crater (updated 1 Feb 2016)
Karangetang (Siau Island, Sangihe Islands, Indonesia): rockfalls, glowing lava dome (updated 13 Jan 2016)
Kavachi (Solomon Islands): no eruption since 2007 (updated 16 Jun 2014)
Kick 'em Jenny (West Indies, Grenada): volcanic unrest, eruption warning (updated 24 Jul 2015)
Krakatau (Sunda Strait, Indonesia): steaming, seismic unrest (updated 15 Nov 2015)
Kuchinoerabu-jima (Ryukyu Islands): large explosive eruption on 29 May 2015 (updated 27 Mar 2015)
Langila (New Britain, Papua New Guinea): intermittent ash emissions (updated 14 Apr 2016)
Lascar (Northern Chile): sudden explosion on 30 Oct 2015 (updated 31 Oct 2015)
Lokon-Empung (North Sulawesi, Indonesia): seismic unrest, eruption warning (updated 9 Mar 2016)
Lopevi (Vanuatu): eruption warning (updated 16 Dec 2014)
MacDonald (Austral Islands,  ): steaming observed (updated 6 Feb 2016)
Manam (Papua New Guinea): large explosion on 31 July 2015 (updated 4 Mar 2016)
Mayon (Luzon Island, Philippines): steaming (updated 18 Dec 2014)
Merapi (Central Java, Indonesia): sporadic phreatic explosions (updated 21 Aug 2015)
Michael (United Kingdom, South Sandwich Is): unspecified activity detected as hot spot on satellite data (updated 3 Oct 2015)
Nevados de Chillán (Central Chile): sporadic ash emissions, seismic unrest (updated 20 Apr 2016)
Nyamuragira (DRCongo): lava lake in summit crater disappeared in early April 2016 (updated 16 Apr 2016)
Ontake-san (Honshu): steaming, low seismic activity (updated 18 Dec 2014)
Papandayan (West Java): steaming (updated 6 May 2013)
Poas (Costa Rica): phreatic explosions (updated 14 Oct 2014)
Rasshua (Central Kuriles)
Raung (East Java): intra-caldera eruption with lava flow and strombolian activity (updated 27 Aug 2015)
Rincón de la Vieja (Costa Rica): occasional explosions from the crater lake (updated 3 Apr 2016)
Sabancaya (Peru): steaming, elevated seismic activity (updated 11 Oct 2015)
Sacabaya (Northern Chile, Bolivia and Argentina)
San Cristobal (Nicaragua): possible ash emission on 11 April (updated 9 Mar 2015)
San Miguel (El Salvador): intermittent ash emissions (updated 15 Jan 2016)
Sangeang Api (Indonesia): weak lava extrusion from summit crater (updated 11 Nov 2015)
Sirung (Pantar Island, Indonesia ): degassing (updated 10 Jul 2015)
Slamet (Central Java): steam emissions (updated 12 Jan 2015)
Soputan (North Sulawesi, Indonesia): steaming, weakly active lava dome (updated 31 Mar 2016)
Telica (Nicaragua): lava glow from crater, degassing, occasional light ash emissions (updated 8 Apr 2016)
Turrialba (Costa Rica): sporadic ash emissions, weak crater glow (updated 4 Apr 2016)
Ulawun (New Britain, Papua New Guinea): degassing, ash venting (updated 5 Aug 2013)

The data in the red borders above is from yesterday 4/20.  Today the active volcano's page errors:

http://www.volcanodiscovery.com/erupting_volcanoes.html

Comment by Howard on April 21, 2016 at 3:16am

Powerful Eruption at Guatemala's Santiaguito Volcano (Apr 19)

Santiaguito volcano, in the western province of Quetzaltenango, erupted powerfully on Tuesday at around 8am local time.

Pyroclastic flows traveled several kilometers to the S and SE and an ash column rose to 4.5 km altitude, and drifted 25 km SW.

Moderate to strong ash fall affected areas to the W and SW including Loma Linda (6 km distance), San Marcos Palajunoj (16 km), Retalhuleu (25 km).

Media have reported that fine ash particles have fallen on Quetzaltenango city, some 200 kilometers (125 miles) west of the capital.

Sources

http://latino.foxnews.com/latino/news/2016/04/19/guatemala-santiagu...

http://www.volcanodiscovery.com/guatemala/santiaguito/news/57287/Sa...

Comment by Howard on April 19, 2016 at 3:20am

Mexico's Popocatepetl Volcano Erupts, Closes Airport (Apr 18)

A dramatic explosion at Mexico's Popocatepetl sent ash 2 miles high and glowing rock as far as a mile from the crater, forcing the closure of Puebla airport.

Mexico's national disaster prevention agency reports that the eruption began around 2:30 a.m. (3:30 EDT; 0730 GMT) Monday.

Officials are urging residents to wear masks to avoid inhaling the fine grit that has covered houses and cars.

Civil Protection authorities warned against approaching the volcano.

'It is important to respect the security radius of 12 kilometers (seven and a half miles) due to the danger of incandescent fragments being emitted,' national coordinator Luis Felipe Puente tweeted on Monday.

Sources

http://www.ctvnews.ca/sci-tech/mexican-volcano-spews-ash-on-nearby-...

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3546419/Mexican-volcano-eru...

Comment by Howard on April 11, 2016 at 5:20am

Airport Closures Continue from Mount Bromo's Ongoing Eruption (Apr 10)

Abdulrachman airport in Malang, East Java, has been closed again due to volcanic activities of the nearby Mount Bromo.

Since April 9, the mountain's volcanic activities has been increasing and it has been spewing ashes and other volcanic materials to the direction of Malang regency and its surrounding areas.

Mount Bromo began ejecting ash and thick smoke on April 1.

Based on the monitoring done by the Volcanology and Geological Disaster Mitigation Center (PVMBG), ashes began to spew from the crater of the mountain at around 7:32am and it moved to west and south west at the height of 1,200 meters from the peak of the mountain.

The closure of the airport began on Sunday, April 10 at 1:30pm.

A Batik Air flight and one by Sriwijaya Air, both from Jakarta, had to be redirected to Juanda Airport in East Java's capital Surabaya, 90 kilometers away.

All other flights to and from the Malang airport, some 30 kilometers from the volcano, had to be canceled.

Juanda Airport spokeswoman Liza Anindya said officials are bracing for a possible influx of passengers if the closure of the airport at Malang continues.

Sources

http://en.tempo.co/read/news/2016/04/10/056761397/Malang-Airport-Cl...

http://jakartaglobe.beritasatu.com/news/malang-airport-closed-due-m...

http://www.9news.com.au/world/2016/04/11/00/01/indonesia-s-mount-br...

Comment by jorge namour on April 10, 2016 at 5:59am

VOLCANO BÁRÐARBUNGA, ICELAND APRIL 9 2016

http://lechaudrondevulcain.com/blog/2016/04/09/april-09-2016-en-bar...

http://en.vedur.is/

An earthquake of magnitude 4.2 hit the Bárðarbunga volcano – under the famous Vatnajökull glacier in Iceland – just after midnight last night.
This is the largest earthquake hitting the region since the last volcanic eruption of Bárðarbunga that ended in February 2015.

The earthquake was followed by a dozen of aftershocks, the largest measured M 3.5 and occurred at 1:01.

Comment by James of Idaho on April 8, 2016 at 6:48am

I live just over 100 miles from the park.   Nothing on the News about any quakes happening.   All is quiet.

Comment by Starr DiGiacomo on April 8, 2016 at 5:50am

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yjLuVlBVPak

Embedding has been disabled but Mary Greeley is on top of the Yellowstone situation, 5 EQ's today

Stay Alert - Yellowstone Volcano, Jackson Hole, Earthquake Lake Across the park

Comment by Howard on April 5, 2016 at 3:47am

Violent Explosions at Japan's Sakurajima Volcano (Apr 4)

The volcano has returned to a very active state in recent days, producing multiple strong vulcanian explosions that showered the upper crater area with incandescent bombs, and generating ash plumes that rose up to 15,000 ft (4.5 km) altitude.

Source

http://www.volcanodiscovery.com/sakurajima/news/57146/Sakurajima-vo...

Comment by Howard on April 5, 2016 at 3:29am

Violent Eruption at Mexico's Popocatepetl Volcano (Apr 3)

The Popocatepetl volcano in central Mexico exploded on Sunday, spewing incandescent rocks and ash over a mile high into the sky.

The eruption occurred at 8:31 p.m. local time, producing an ash cloud that reached 1.2 miles in height, raining down burning rock fragments as far as 3,500 meters away.

The volcano registered 40 exhalations over the past 24 hours,  after weeks of increased activity.

Officials have warned nearby residents to avoid the area, adding that low-level to intermediate-level explosive activity is expected. Falling ash may affect nearby towns.

Authorities confirmed on Sunday that a large dome of lava formed in January has been destroyed during recent explosions.

Sources

http://www.upi.com/Top_News/World-News/2016/04/04/Mexicos-Popocatpe...

http://globalnews.ca/news/2616712/watch-mexicos-popocatepetl-volcan...

http://www.upi.com/Top_News/World-News/2016/04/04/Mexicos-Popocatpe...

http://www.12news.com/opinion/go-ask-ozzy/amazing-images-from-volca...

http://www.wptv.com/news/world/video-violent-volcanic-eruption-caug...

Comment by Howard on March 30, 2016 at 3:43am

Powerful Explosions Resume at Japan's Sakurajima Volcano (Mar 29)

Vulcanian-type explosions have again picked up in number and size, after only very few events during the first 3 weeks of March.

Ash plumes rose to up to 10-12,000 ft (3-3.6 km) altitude.

The remarkable novelty is that most of the recent explosions occurred from the Minamidake crater, the volcano's old summit vent, and not from the Showa crater on its eastern flank, which had been (an almost exclusive) protagonist during the 10 years since 2006 until very recently.

Source

http://www.volcanodiscovery.com/sakurajima/news/57028/Sakurajima-vo...

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