February 13, 2012

Earth Disturbances in the Time of The End

Worldwide earthquakes in 2011 plotted & animated (+ sound intensity)

Wars, rumors of wars; famines, pestilences and earthquakes in many places; roaring and tossing sea. The biblical signs of the End-Times continue emerging with greater and greater frequency since Y2K! Included in this general rise in Earth disturbances - quite understandably - is a marked increase in the volume and magnitude of volcanic eruptions. Some of these may involve calderas or supervolcanoes, which have in the past reshaped large geographical areas and resulted in massive loss of life - albeit during earlier periods in time when the Earth was far less populated than today! Science continues to learn more about the frequency and reading of the signs that may warn of an escalating buildup to an upcoming eruption - though they still admit to being unable to pinpoint the exact time with accuracy!

Though being wary of causing widespread panic has led to muted warnings about impending danger - a few have now come out to voice rising concerns about extinction-level events which today threaten large population areas from super eruptions that are due or overdue. In one case, a collapsing island off the coast of Africa brings on a mega-threat - 2,000- foot waves inundating the entire East Coast. Find out more about these impending and substantial threats when you review the video and articles.

Friday, February 10, 2012 4:53

Some of the world's smartest geophysicists aren't sleeping well anymore. Perhaps their dreams are filled with nightmaresif so, it wouldn't be surprising since what they thought they knew about volcanoes wasn't quite right. But now they know the truththe terrifying reality—supervolcanoes are activating and can destroy America at any time. Maybe in 100 years...or maybe as early as next week...
Forget about tumbling asteroids the size of mountains bombarding EarthStop worrying about nuclear warShrug off any concerns about the coming Ice AgeDoomsday is probably closer than you think and no matter where you live you probably aren't safe from the effects of the aftermath.
That's the terrible reality facing scientists around the world as they scramble to revise monitoring systems to better predict the imminent destructive fury of the supervolcanoes when they blow.

1888 lithograph of the 1883 eruption of Krakatoa

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